eScience Humanity Journal <p>eScience Humanity Journal is a social and humanities journal that can be used by researchers both in educational and public institutions. This journal is published twice each year in November and May.</p> <p> </p> en-US (Ferri Yonantha) (Tomi Arianto) Sat, 22 May 2021 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 DEIXIS FOUND IN THE FIRST VICTORY SPEECH OF JOE BIDEN AS UNITED STATES PRESIDENT <p>This research aimed to analyze Deixis found in The First Victory Speech of Joe Biden as United States President On 7 November 2020. Deixis is a part of Pragmatics that being used to understand the words and phrases context which identify person, time, and place. The object of the research was to identify the deixis found in the Joe Biden’s speech by categorizing to person deixis, spatial deixis, and temporal deixis, and to find the most dominant deixis used in the speech. A qualitative research method was applied in this research. The data source in this research was the transcript of Joe Biden’s victory speech as the President of the United States. The data was collected by document review, and the data was analyzed by using theory of Miles and Huberman in Sugiyono (2012) which had three steps: Data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing. The result showed as the most dominant deixis found in Joe Biden’s speech was person deixis with total 198 deixis and the least category found was temporal deixis with total 12 deixis</p> Hery Ricca, Mhd Johan Copyright (c) 2021 eScience Humanity Journal Sat, 22 May 2021 00:00:00 +0000 SOCIAL DYNAMICS OF TUBANG KARUEI VILLAGE LIFE IN MIGRATION TRADITION AND AFTER DETERMINATION A Cultural Anthropology Studies <p><em>The paper aimed to explore the transformation of community traditions in Tubang Karuei village from migrating to settling down. The Dayak Ot-Danum people of Central Kalimantan have a tradition of migrating from generation to generation, due to various factors. Currently, this tradition is no longer being practiced and they have settled in an area called the village. The process of settling the Dayak Ot-Danum community of Tumbang Karuei Village is a result of the company's efforts to secure its concession area. The results of this study indicate that this transformation has a correlation with the development policies and economic growth proclaimed by the New Order government. In order to carry out the program, the company must draw clear boundaries between the communal rights area and the concession area. Efforts to fix this area are not carried out by force and coercion but run through compromise, persuasion and good communication. The company, through its CSR program, also has a huge impact on the local community, which then results in economic diversification, health improvement, education, etc. This further reduces the negative points of the area of ​​origin and the positive points of the destination so that migrating is no longer the right choice.</em></p> Septriani Septriani, Tomi Arianto Copyright (c) 2021 eScience Humanity Journal Sat, 22 May 2021 00:00:00 +0000 CONTEXTUALIZING ALAN CLARKE’S SHORT MOVIE ‘ELEPHANT’: THE HISTORICAL APPROACH <p>The descriptive-qualitative paper purports an in-depth reading of the Trouble event depiction in Elephant movie by applying Greenblatt’s theory of Historicism. Elephant movie contains only 16 murders in a repeated and exact manners with no context and dialogue other than a sentence in the opening movie. New Historicism is expected to explain why the movie presents in such a way by correlating one to each other; the movie and the history. The data would be collected through observation and analyzed with content analyses method. The symmetrical positioning of the literary work and the history explains (1) how the massive censorship of media and the extremely strict rule in Northern Ireland shaped the idea of producing Elephant with covert relation to either political party in conflict (2) the absence of people who was responsible of the conflict explains the vagueness of who killed and who was killed, and (3) the erasure of characterization of the characters coincide with the cluelessness of who was the real victim.</p> Hotman Nasution, Tomi Arianto Copyright (c) 2021 eScience Humanity Journal Sat, 22 May 2021 00:00:00 +0000 THE YOUNG GENERATION CHARACTERS ENHANCEMENT FROM HISTORICAL EVENTS OF VIETNAM VILLAGE IN GALANG ISLAND <p>This study aimed to trace the historical events of Kampung Vietnam related to character education of the young generation on the island of Batam and what values ​​can be taken from the historical events of the Vietnamese Village of Galang Island in developing character education for the millennial generation. Using the concept of ethnocentrism, researchers try to trace historical events and patterns of ethnicity in the Galang community in accepting refugees from Vietnam. The existence of Kampung Vietnam on Galang Island should not only be preserved physically, but also the history of the event itself. The aim is that not only tourism (economic) benefits can be taken, but more important than that are values ​​that are useful for character education for the younger generation. . With the historical events of Kampung Vietnam on the island of Galang, it can help improve the quality of the character education formation process for today's young generation. The values ​​that can be taken from the historical events of the Vietnam Village of Galang Island in building the character of the younger generation include the attitude of nationalism, help, tolerance, and empathy for others.</p> Tomi Arianto, Septriani Septriani Copyright (c) 2021 eScience Humanity Journal Sat, 22 May 2021 00:00:00 +0000 AMERICAN SOCIAL CLASS DISSIMILARITY AS REFLECTED IN MICHAEL GRACEY’S MOVIE “THE GREATEST SHOWMAN” <p>This study aimed investigate about American social class dissimilarity as reflected in Michel Gracey’ movie entitled The Greatest Showman, to reveal the causes in social class dissimilarity in America , to describe the impacts of American Social Class to the main character and the society and to find solution to solve tis social problem as reflected in the film. The objectives of this research were looking the problems that found in Michael Gracey’ film entitled The Greatest Showman. The data were taken from the narration of this movie which are relevant to discussion of the study. The data were collected by watching the movie and reading the movie script in several times, selecting data, discussion from identifying date to report in paper to discribe the condition. The qualitative method used in this research by developing ideas and analyzing the data based on librarian research. The results of this analyzing are people underestimate others and the impact American social class in society of relationship.</p> Balqis Majesty Wahana, Mhd Johan Copyright (c) 2021 eScience Humanity Journal Sat, 22 May 2021 00:00:00 +0000 SETTLEMENT OF REGION DISPUTES THROUGH THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT <p>Regional boundaries have an important meaning as the limits of regional government authority in carrying out regional government functions. Implies the emergence of conflicts between regions regarding the assertion of territorial boundaries because it is related to upholding the existence and sovereignty of each local government. In this research, the purpose of writing is not only to describe the conflict resolution process through the administrative process, but also relates to the settlement process through a review of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia by the Constitutional Court. The method used in this research is normative juridical. Through this research the writer can find research that is contrary to legal principles. Whereas Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 76 of 2012 is the correct regulation that is able to resolve conflicts in border areas. The administrative process regulated in Law Number 23 Year 2014 has not been able to resolve the problem of border area conflict even though the decision is a final decision but also has legal remedies as a review in court.</p> Yustina, Zuhdi Arman Copyright (c) 2021 eScience Humanity Journal Sat, 22 May 2021 00:00:00 +0000