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) Tue, 28 May 2024 15:25:38 +0000 OJS 60 An Ideological Construction Disseminated in Persuading People Used by Dr. Joe in Paper Writing Training of His Rumah Scopus. <p>This paper deals with ideology disseminated of the language styles used by Dr. Joe, the president of ‘Rumah Scopus”. This paper has an objective to open his ideological power of persuasion behind his words to influence many people. This study applied language style theory of Keraf. The findings shows that there are four techniques used by Dr. Joe in conveying his training. Such as suggestion techniques, compensation techniques, rationalization techniques and identification techniques. Of the four techniques, there were 5 excepts, and there were three language styles used by Dr. Joe are hyperbole, personification, simile, repetition and Metonimia. Hence, the most dominant is the suggestion technique is meant that Dr, Joe tends to persuade the training participants. This is the ideology used by Dr. Joe in strengthening the trust of many people for training at his place, namely Scopus House. Based on the description above, the following two things can be concluded. First, the persuasion techniques produced in Dr. Joe provides excellent explanations so that the training participants will be amazed to follow and deepen their science and knowledge. So that participants have good courage to write in reputable international journals, especially Scopus. Because with this journal, participants can continue their higher educational careers. Thus, the main point of this study the power of lexical choice is the great weapon to convince the participants to join in his writing training camp.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: Ideological construction Persuading Paper Writing Training</p> Suswanto Ismadi Megah Saputro, Tri Artanto, Pristika Handayani, Rizki Tri Anugrah Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Tue, 28 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Implikatur Percakapan dalam Tayangan “ Tiga Bacapres Bicara Gagasan” <p>The context of conversation in a discourse, especially political discourse which is currently trending, is very interesting to discuss. The context of conversation in pragmatics studies can be observed from the concept of implicature. Therefore, this research aims to explore the form of implicature utterances and the meaning of implicatures contained in the dialogue between the 2024 presidential candidates on the "3 Presidential Candidates Talk Ideas" program hosted by Najwa Shihab. This research uses a qualitative approach with content analysis method. The data source is a conversation video obtained from the YouTube channel. The research data is in the form of speech spoken by the speakers and presenters. Data presentation is carried out using an interactive model, namely data collection, data reduction, data verification and drawing conclusions. The findings of this research are that there are 14 implicature utterance data in the conversation. Implicature utterances are used by each presidential candidate. Even though implicature speech is used in the dialogue, the conversation still runs smoothly because both speakers understand the context and meaning of the speech being conveyed. The most important thing that determines the success of utterers in understanding the meaning and context of each utterance is the existence of similar experiences or perceptions even though it is not stated explicitly.</p> Dairi Sapta Rindu Simanjuntak, Eka Putri Saptari Wulan, Gustianingsih Gustianingsih Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Tue, 28 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Analisis Semiotika Pada Film Series Gadis Kretek Terhadap Representasi Gender <p>Currently, there are still many Indonesian people who apply patriarchal culture, so this can be used as the main topic for making literary works such as films. The researcher decided to make the Film Series "Gadis Kretek" as a medium to convey gender representation. The purpose of this research is to find out how this film can be a mirror on culture and history to influence gender representation in a certain context and how patriarchal values or gender equality are reflected in the narrative and visuals of this film. The research method used in this research is descriptive qualitative. This research uses Hongwei Bao's Queer Theory based on a semiotic approach. Queer theory seeks to reveal that gender and sexuality are not only determined by biology, but also by social and cultural constructions. Based on this research, it can be concluded that women are considered unfit to have greater goals or interests and women are also considered as weak objects.</p> Sylvia Azura, Laila Rohani Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Tue, 28 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Analisis Pengaruh Brand Image Terhadap Minat Beli Ulang Oleh – Oleh Khas Sumatera Barat (Survey Pada Masyarakat Kota Padang Panjang) <p><em>This research aims to determine the effect of brand image variables of Christine Hakim's sanjai balado chips product on repurchase intention on consumers in the city of Padang Panjang, West Sumatra. The type of research used is quantitative research with a descriptive approach. The respondents in this research were residents of the city of Padang Panjang who had repeatedly purchased Christine Hakim's sanjai balado chips products. The number of samples in this research was 100 people and the method used was accidental sampling. Data collection was carried out by distributing questionnaires to all respondents selected in this study. Based on the results of descriptive statistics conducted, it shows that the majority of respondents expressed their perception of agreeing with all the questionnaire statements distributed. The research results show that brand image has a positive and significant effect on repurchase interest with a significance level of 0.000.</em></p> Nitasri Murawaty Girsang, Wahyu Nova Riski, FX Yatno Karyadi Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Tue, 28 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Individualizing English Learning: Implementing Differentiated Instruction <p>This study is intended to investigate the approaches employed by teachers in instructing English through differentiated instruction. A case study methodology was employed, focusing on three English teachers at SMPN 5 Padang Panjang. Data collection involved conducting interviews and making observations. The data was then analyzed through triangulation. The findings revealed that differentiated instruction involves adapting teaching methods to suit the individual needs of students. This is deemed crucial as it allows teachers to provide multiple avenues for students to comprehend information, addressing the diverse needs present within a classroom. Teachers utilize various strategies, including adjustments in content, process, product, and learning environment, to accommodate these needs while maintaining focus on the same topic. The study suggests that differentiated instruction in English education is grounded in the identification of students' learning needs, typically assessed through initial surveys, pretests, or diagnostic assessments. Subsequently, teachers tailor English instruction based on these assessments. Additionally, teachers conduct both summative and formative evaluations to assess the effectiveness of their instructional strategies</p> Chanti Diananseri, Ravica Yaslina Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Tue, 28 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Variasi Tutur “Helmi” Penderita Afasia Suatu Kajian Morfo-Neurolinguistik <p>This research aims to identify speech events uttered by a respondent named Helmi. The theory used to identify data is neurolinguistics theory initiated by Ingram and Sastra, while for morphological studies the author uses Johan and Susanto's theory. After this theory, the author uses methods, there are two methods, first the data collection method and the data analysis method. For the data collection method, the author uses the skillful listening and involvement method or the agih method. This method was initiated by Nadra and Renidawati. To analyze the data the author uses the method for direct elements. This technique is also supported by the loss technique, the addition technique and the replace technique, this method and technique is the Sudaryanto technique. Once these methods and techniques are involved, results are obtained. The results obtained in this analysis are three processes. These processes are the replace process, add process, and replace process. The results obtained are the morphemes /bukan/&gt; /buka/, /komunikasi/&gt;/komunikai/, /maukah/&gt;/baukah/, /dada/&gt; /tata/ and /rumah/ &gt; /rumba/. In terms of appearance, the replacement process occurred 3 times and the process disappeared three times.</p> Mhd Johan Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Tue, 28 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Analisis Peran Kampanye di Media Sosial dalam Membentuk Persepsi Publik tentang Pemilu Presiden 2024 <p>Social media is a powerful platform for accessing information, sharing information, and influencing public opinion. Therefore, it is very important to understand how social media is used in political campaigns to influence public perception. The aim of this research is to determine the influence of social media on public perception, with a focus on the use of social media in political campaigns. This research uses a qualitative descriptive approach to analyze several political campaigns in which social media is the main communication tool. Data is collected through observation, interviews and decision studies. Based on this research, it can be concluded that the use of social media in political campaigns has a significant impact on political behavior and public awareness. Social media provides people with the opportunity to exchange opinions through discussions, comments and various campaign-related content that influence public opinion<strong>.</strong></p> Nur Maria Lubis, Erwan Efendi Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Wed, 29 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Long Distance Interpersonal Communication: The Impact of Smartphones in Maintaining Good Relationships between Parents and Children <p>This research aims to determine the impact of smartphones in maintaining parent-child relationships through long-distance interpersonal communication for students of the Communication Science Study Program, North Sumatra State Islamic University. This research uses a qualitative approach. For data collection, the author used direct interviews, indirect interviews via WhatsApp social media and literature studies. The results of this research include; 1) Long distance interpersonal communication between parents and children via smartphone; (a) monitor the progress of children's studies; (b) health condition; (c) monitoring children's relationships with friends; (d) maintaining openness between children and their parents; (e) monitor financial conditions. 2) Intensity of media use 3) Media and its features 4) Impact of smartphones in maintaining good relationships between parents and children in long distance conditions: 1.1 Positive impact; a) Increasing close relationships b) Ease of access to information; c) Openness and trust 1.2 Negative impacts; a) as if there is no news, the child forgets to tell the parents; b) network or signal interference from both parties; c) miscommunication or misunderstanding in conveying the message; d) applications that must be updated. This research suggests a balanced approach to smartphone use is essential for parents and children to remain emotionally connected and maintain a healthy relationship.</p> <p>Keywords: Interpersonal communication; Long distance; Impact of Smartphones; Connection; Parents with children</p> Dwi Israfi Parangin angin, Anang Anas Azhar Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Thu, 30 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Penerapan Mediasi Penal Sebagai Penyelesaian Perkara Kekerasan dalam Rumah Tangga (Perspektif Restorative Justice) <p>Domestic Violence (KDRT) is still a problem that must be addressed by the Indonesian government, recorded according to the National Commission on Women in 2022 an increase of 18,261 cases, even though law enforcement officials have implemented the Republic of Indonesia Police Regulation Number 8 of 2021 concerning Handling Crimes Based on Restorative Justice. And the institution of the Prosecutor's Office, through the Regulation of the Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Indonesia Number 15 of 2020 concerning Termination of Restorative Justice Prosecution. So it is necessary to analyze the urgency of restorative justice through penal mediation as a settlement of domestic violence cases in the perspective of restorative justice. This research uses a normative juridical method with a statutory approach. The results of the research are the procedures for implementing restorative justice through penal mediation in domestic violence cases carried out with the stages of the police report or complaint process by victims of domestic violence, finding post mortem evidence if physical violence has occurred, a statement of peace, a mutual agreement, and evidence of victim recovery. Meanwhile, in the scope of the prosecutor's office, the stages of the process of peaceful efforts, mutual agreement, fulfillment of justice, and issuance of a letter of termination of prosecution are carried out, and if the agreement is not fulfilled, the court process continues, and penal mediation is very important in domestic violence cases, because Law Number 23 of 2004 concerning the Elimination of Domestic Violence does not provide special rules for restorative justice, so that the rights of children affected by domestic violence cannot be fulfilled. Therefore, it is important to implement Police and Prosecutor's Office Regulations on handling criminal offenses based on restorative justice to create a win-win solution and fulfill justice for the dignity of each party involved.</p> Citra Sonia, Ragil Surya Prakasa Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Thu, 06 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Analisis Kearifan Lokal Pesta Buah dan Bunga di Berastagi dalam Perspektif Komunikasi Budaya <p>This study aims to determine the analysis of local wisdom of fruit and flower parties in Berastagi in the perspective of cultural communication This research The method used in this study is Qualitative Discriptive, which provides an overview and identification based on qualitative data. Nazir (2003) explains that the descriptive method not only provides an overview but also explains relationships, makes predictions and obtains the meaning and implications of a problem to be resolved. and directly to the field directly.&nbsp; The results of this research are cultural communication at the Karo fruit and flower festival through traditional media and art performances, through art performances during fruit and flower parties, the entire series of events uses traditional Karo dance. This performance features the Landek dance and the famous five-series dance in Tanah Karo. This festival is a clear example of how local traditions and culture can contribute to sustainable development and preservation of cultural heritage. The supporting factor in this fruit and flower festival is the awareness and concern of the Karo community, actively participating in the event. Mutual cooperation and the success of the event, as well as government support, provide a legal and financial basis for cultural promotion through regional tourism programs. The obstacles experienced are changes in lifestyle, the influence of foreign culture and modern lifestyles which can reduce people's interest, especially the younger generation, in local traditions. Because for them, this event has only become a spectacle, not an application and can be an example for preserving culture.</p> Endah Rananda Gita Br Purba, Muhammad Husni Ritonga Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Fri, 14 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Chaos in a Pro-Life Event: An Analysis of Negative Impoliteness <p>A Pro-life event held by Student for Life turned chaotic. This phenomenon can be attributed to the occurrence of negative impoliteness strategies, which attack one’s negative face-wants. This research is aimed to analyze the strategies and the functions of negative impoliteness in the event. This research is descriptive-qualitative, using observational and non-participatory techniques for the data collection. The collected data were analyzed according to the theory of Culpeper (1996, 2011) for the strategies of negative impoliteness and their functions. The results showed that there were negative impoliteness strategies done by the pro-choice audience to frighten, condescend, ridicule, scorn, invade, explicitly associate with negative aspects, and hinder the pro-life speakers and members, which were functioning as coercive and affective impoliteness, consequently turned the event chaotic. They knew and were able to act polite, but decided not to. Arguments aside, both parties should have engaged in a professional and mature attitude.</p> afriana afriana, Ambalegin, Imran Aslan, Yosua Timotius Natanael Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Fri, 14 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Dekonstruksi Dimensi Estetika Seni Tari Persembahan Dalam Masyarakat Riau: Kritik Postruk Tari Kontemporer <p><em>This research aims to apply the application of Deconstruction to the Aesthetic Dimensions of Dance as presented to the people of Riau with a focus on criticism of contemporary dance postures. Based on the theory of Deconstruction introduced by Jacques Derrida, this research aims to deconstruct the meaning and structure of traditional dance in a contemporary context. Qualitative research methods were used through indirect observation and content analysis of dance performances in Riau. It is hoped that this research will provide a deeper understanding of how the concept of Deconstruction can be applied in studying and strengthening the aesthetic aspects of traditional Riau dance art in a modern contemporary context. The results of this research show that various symbolic meanings are revealed in gender, ecological perspectives, respect for nature, ethics and manners, through dance movements, props used, decoration and clothing, up to the design of the seven floors. All components in the Malay worship dance have a deep meaning and certain complexity. This article contributes to enriching the cultural treasures behind dance which presents contemporary Riau and the deep meaning behind it.</em></p> Syielvi Dwi Febrianty, Edi Satria, Hamzaini Hamzaini, Mirda Aryadi Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Thu, 30 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Peranan ICC Dalam Penegakan Hukum Kejahatan Genosida Dilihat dari Perspektif Keadilan <p><em>Human Rights (HAM) are basic rights inherent in every individual since birth as part of human nature. Human rights are universal, cannot be taken away or violated by anyone, and do not depend on recognition from the state, law, or other individuals. The existence of human rights is very important to protect human dignity and serves as a moral foundation in relations between individuals. In its application, every individual is obliged to respect the human rights of others and understand that every right is accompanied by obligations. Law, which is dynamic, plays an important role in regulating and protecting human rights, although there are challenges in its implementation and fulfillment, such as discrimination, persecution, and arbitrary detention. Other global challenges include armed conflict, humanitarian crises, and information technology and climate change.</em></p> <p><em>International Criminal Law and Humanitarian Law have been developed to protect humanity from serious crimes such as genocide, which is recognized as a serious violation of international law. Genocide, defined in the Rome Statute and the Genocide Convention, includes acts intended to destroy a particular group. The International Court of Justice recognizes the prohibition of genocide as a norm of international law that must be complied with. The International Criminal Court (ICC), established by the Rome Statute of 1998, is tasked with trying the crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression. The ICC aims to eliminate impunity and achieve global justice, operating when national justice systems are unable to prosecute such crimes. Human rights analysis and theories of state responsibility underscore the importance of international legal protection against the crime of genocide, asserting that states have an obligation to protect the fundamental values of the international community</em></p> Meisyifa Yosaliza, Raju Moh Hazmi Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Sun, 16 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Form, Function and Meaning of Prefixes Pa- and Particle –Si in Lio Ende <p><em>In this writing, discussed about the Form, Function, and Meaning of the prefix pa- and particle -si in BL in Ende Regency. </em><em>Please</em><em> note that prefixes in BL are always found in one form of prefix, namely pa- and particle –si in every speech of the Lio community in general. In BL, other affixes were also found besides the prefix pa- and particle –si, but the subject of this study only focused on these two forms of affixes. In BL there are also no infixes, suffixes, and confixes found. </em><em>Thispaper aims to describe a subcategory of morphemes in</em><em> B ahasa Lio (B</em><em>L</em><em>)</em> <em>Types of morphemes can be distinguished according to their </em><em>morphological</em><em> and semantic behavior. According to its morphological behavior, morphemes consist of bases, free morphemes and bound morphemes. In both types of morphemes can be classified the process of formation, including formed or attached directly with the basic form free of nouns, verbs, and adverbs. In this study can focus more on the shape of pa- and -si bound morphemes in BL.</em></p> Patrisius Kami, Yakobus M. Langkelang Niron, Adi Iswani Habiba Ga’a Copyright (c) 2024 eScience Humanity Journal Thu, 30 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000