Rina Patriana Chairiyani's research while affiliated with University Multimedia Nusantara and other places

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Discrepancy of knowledge among students, teachers and schools to some extent has contributed in developing the negative attitude that says mathematics is hard. Therefore, the author tries to explain a method for teaching mathematics (especially for elementary school students), to be easily understood by students. As a result, mathematics is no long...
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Environmental problem is one of the biggest problems that threatens human life. Human behavior has long been known to play an important role in maintaining and improving environmental sustainability. Psychological studies investigating predictors of pro-environmental behavior have been carried out, but no studies link it with cynicism and self-effi...
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Batik is a part of Indonesian heritage and culture. In Yogyakarta, there is known as Batik Larangan. The pattern of this Batik is used as identity and status. For the Javanese, Batik is not just a fashion; moreover, it contains philosophy and beliefs closely related to daily life. Batik also becomes identic to the greatness of the leader that consi...
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The objective of this research is to understand comprehensively the learning process of English for business through e-learning. The research was a qualitative research with an ethnography method conducted in Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta in 2012. The data were collected through observation, interview, document study, and recording. The focus...
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Learning means changing. Conditions of learning rely on a person's organizational thought against the learning process. One’s organizational thought is categorized into three major categories, each of which is divided into two phases: pre-conventional, conventional, and post-conventional. The teaching world, not least Bina Nusantara university, sho...
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Saman is a literature written by Ayu Utami. Showing a representation of a female counterpart ideology that differs from what has already been made in heterosexual and patriarchal society. The community considers sex is taboo to talk openly. In this novel it is represented openly. Women are no longer in a weak position, and have choices. In this pap...

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... In the traditional education model, a teacher-centric classroom system was mostly preferred where the students are always expected to sit in front of the teacher, listening to lectures and taking notes (Pereira & Murzyn, 2001;Sibirskaya et al., 2019). In the twenty-first century, education evokes images of blended learning (Bruggeman et al., 2021;Osguthorpe & Graham, 2003;Singh, 2021), flipped classrooms (Hew et al., 2020;Wright & Park, 2021), and internet-based learning (or E-learning) Winiharti & Chairiyani, 2021). Blended learning and flipped classrooms elevate a student's academic performance and perception in comparison to traditional teaching (El Sadik & Al Abdulmonem, 2021). ...
... Puberty is a transitional phase that involves development in many aspects: brains mature, bodies change, independence in identity evolves, the development of their social environment expands. Moreover, increased awareness of appearance and comparison to others in e.g., social media increases, as well as interaction with the available social context they are part of (64)(65)(66). Another potential explanation for this may be a re-test effect. Arrindell (67) has shown that when samples are assessed on two occasions, using the same self-report inventory, a mean change in scores towards less psychopathology is often observed. ...
... Language learning is one of the most flexible disciplines to be integrated into other knowledge or skills. Many fields of sciences have been integrated into language learning (Munir, 2008) such as the integration of business education into language learning (Chairiyani, 2013). Content-based language teaching (CLBT) is a pedagogical approach focusing on both material content and language learning. ...
... As the 21 st century social class is fading away, a person's social status may be determined by one's occupation, educational level, personal values, lifestyle choices, leisure time, social interaction patterns, and political leanings (Crane, 2000). For some people, fashion clothes still reflect their social status, as certain colors and motive designs are associated with higher ranks in society (Chairiyani, 2014). Fashion designers with their brands add the complexity of social status needs and sense of identity. ...
... Diawali dengan pemahaman makna terhadap suatu objek, manusia, ide, ataupun peristiwa di dunia nyata. Pada akhirnya, bahasalah yang menjadi cermin dalam merefleksikan kebenaran makna yang telah ada di dunia (Hall dalam Chairiyani, 2012). Dalam istilah pendekatan sastra, konsep ini disebut mimetik yaitu bahasa merefleksikan kebenaran makna. ...
... With the advent of new technologies such as the body-worn video (BWV) camera, voyeuristic images of frontline police work have proliferated in the media, with images of arrests and foot-chases; the use of tasers and firearms; helicopters and drones being normalised. The public consumes these images of contemporary policing, yet they are detached from the realities of 'everyday' policing, to produce a 'hyper-reality' (Chairiyani, Herawati and Widayanti, 2017). For example, the media or popular entertainment often provides portrayals of the police tackling the most serious or grave crimes (since these are arguably the most entertaining or compelling to view). ...
... For example, if a child thinks that the lesson is hard, then psychologically, the child"s psyche will lock his ratio thinking. As a result, he is more likely to quit developing his way of thinking further, and eventually generates his inability in learning and in his daily problem solving skills" [3], therefore this research is important to minimize negative assumptions from students. By developing varied and popular learning models, it is expected that students can have a positive attitude in learning, especially English. ...
... Tabernero and Hernández [85] validated that the greater the degree of self-efficacy of an employee, the higher the likelihood that he or she would partake in different environmentally friendly activities. In like vein, Abraham, et al. [86] believed that GSE was a significant predictor of PEB. The relationship between GSE and PEB has been discussed in prior literature [87,88]. ...