Measuring Vitality of Oral Tradition: A Study of Cigawiran

Sastri Sunarti; Rohim Rohim; Besse Darmawati; Ninawati Syahrul; Hasina Fajrin R; Winci Firdaus; Agus Iswanto; Atisah Atisah; Tugas Tri Wahyono; Helmina Kastanya

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2023, , Pages 202-212

  Cigawiran is an Indonesian oral tradition that has Islamic religious values and messages. It is only found and developed in a limited location, namely Cigawir village. Regarding the limitation of Cigawiran spreading, this article examined its vitality and cultural values. Oral tradition and vitality ...  Read More

The Effect of Digital Comic Media on East Asian Students’ ‎English Language Learning Outcomes

Zainal Abidin Arief; Endin Mujahidin; Rudi H Hartono

Volume 10, Issue 3 , September 2022, , Pages 117-124

  The use of learning media at the lecture orientation stage will greatly help the effectiveness of the lecture process and the delivery of messages and lecture materials. In addition to generating student motivation and interest, media can also help students improve understanding, present interesting ...  Read More

Cultural Communicative Styles: The Case of India and Indonesia

Munmun Gupta; Katharina Sukamto

Volume 8, Issue 2 , September 2020, , Pages 105-120

  The present study highlights a number of similarities and differences among cultural communicative styles used in India versus Indonesia. The analysis is based on Hall’s theory (1959, 1966, 1976, 1983) of high-context (HC) and low-context (LC) cultures, and Hofstede’s (2008) cultural dimension ...  Read More