SCOPUS Citation Analysis

Humaniora is cited at least 148 times at Scopus database.
Last update: December 22, 2021. 14:10 P.M. GMT+7.
First published in 1989.


 

No Articles Authors Year Journals Cited by
1 Ethnicity situation and intolerant attitudes in multicultural societies in Medan City Damanik, Erond L. 2020 Humaniora 32(1), pp. 39-50 3
  Revelation is a symbol: Anti-radicalism of pluri-religious communities according to Jaspers in the context of indonesia Damanik, E.L., Ndona, Y. 2020 International Journal of Criminology and Sociology 9, pp. 587-603  
  The Effects of Positive Parenting toward Intolerance in Pre-School Children Open Access Latipah, E., Kistoro, H.C.A., Putranta, H. 2020 International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education 12(2), pp. 137-146  
  Identity-Based Administrative Involution in Indonesia: How Political Actors and Community Figures Do It? Open Access Damanik, E.L. 2020 SAGE Open 10(4)  
2 Postcolonial discourse in Coogler’s Black Panther: A multimodal critical discourse analysis Tallapessy, A., Wahyuningsih, I., Anjasari, R. A. 2020 Humaniora 32(1), pp. 75-87 1
  Using critical discourse analysis to explore an authentic teaching material: A focus on language and power Open Access Nasution, S.S., Sukmawati, N.N., Lubis, A.A., Hastomo, T., Sesriyani, L. 2020 Studies in English Language and Education 7(2), pp. 527-543  
3 Shifting landscapes: Remapping the writing traditions of Islamic Southeast Asia through digitisation Gallop, A.T. 2020 Humaniora 32(2), pp. 97-109 1
  Digitizing manuscripts into an animated movie as a medium of learning children’s literature in the digital era ( Book Chapter) Yulianeta, Sundusiah, S., Halimah 2021 Literacies, Culture, and Society towards Industrial Revolution 4.0: Reviewing Policies, Expanding Research, Enriching Practices in Asia pp. 275-296  
4 Pola Variasi Bahasa Jawa (Kajian Sosiodialektologi pada Masyarakat Tutur di Jawa Tengah Endang Kurniati, H.B.M. 2010 Humaniora 22, pp. 273-284 1
  Form and meaning of halal Bi halal tradition Haryanto, S., Djatmika, Abdullah, W., Purnanto, D. 2020 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change 13(4), pp. 25-38  
5 The Inclusive education for deaf children in primary, secondary and preparatory schools in gondar, Ethiopia Tedla, T., Negassa, D. 2019 Humaniora 31(2), pp. 177-187 1
  Communicating with deaf students in inclusive schools: Insights from saudi university faculty* Open Access Alanazi, M. 2021 Eurasian Journal of Educational Research (95), pp. 188-209  
6 Innatist and Interactionist Learning Approaches of Elementary School Students’ Language Acquisition Mulyani, P. K. 2019 Humaniora 31(1), pp. 14 1
  First Language Acquisition: A Qur’anic and Linguistic Perspective Shariq, M. 2020 TESOL International Journal 15(4), pp. 89-101  
7 Othering and Selfing: Reading Gender Hierarchies and Social Cathegories in Michel Houellebecq’s Novel Soumission Udasmoro, Wening 2018 Humaniora28(1), pp. 12-27 1
  Experiencing literature discourses of Islam through Michel Houellebecq’s soumission Udasmoro, Wening 2020 Kritika Kultura
2020(35), pp. 72-94
 
8 A study of dialectology on Javanese "Ngoko" in Banyuwangi, Surabaya, Magetan, and Solo Kartikasari, E., et. al. 2018 Humaniora
30, pp. 128-139
2
  Language policy in superdiverse Indonesia (Book) Zein, S. 2020 Language Policy in Superdiverse Indonesia
pp. 1-253
 
  The Javanese of Tegal dialect going to be the Tegal language Fahruroji 2020 International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation
24(8), pp. 4615-4622
 
9 Tourist’s perceived risk and image of the destinations prone to natural disasters: The case of Bali and Yogyakarta, Indonesia Rindrasih, E. 2018 Humaniora
30, pp. 128-139
5
  Tourists’ perceptions regarding traveling for recreational or leisure purposes in times of health crisis Open Access Cretu, C.-M., Turtureanu, A.-G., Sirbu, C.-G., (...), Talaghir, L.-G., Robu, D.M. 2021 Sustainability (Switzerland) 13(15),8405  
  The COVID-19 pandemic and organisational learning for disaster planning and management: A perspective of tourism businesses from a destination prone to consecutive disasters Open Access Bhaskara, G.I., Filimonau, V. 2021 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 46, pp. 364-375  
  What should public health nurses do in the preparedness phase of disaster? Open Access Putra, A., Kamil, H., Yuswardi, Y., Wardani, E. 2021 Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences 9, pp. 724-729  
  The Influence of Risk Perception on Destination Attachment and Voluntourism Behavior: Empirical Evidence from Indonesia Pangaribuan, C.H., Manurung, A.H., Saroso, H., Rusmanto, T. 2021 Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business 8(3), pp. 1287-1293  
  Revisit intention and satisfaction: The role of destination image, perceived risk, and cultural contact Nguyen Viet, B., Dang, H.P., Nguyen, H.H. 2020 Cogent Business and Management
7(1),1796249
 
10 Fragments and Coherence: Celebrity Femininities in Cover Story of Kartini Magazine Priyatna, A. 2017 Humaniora
29(2), pp. 127-139
2
  Writing a Feminine Subject: The Auto/Biographical Narratives of Indonesian Female Celebrities Open Access Priyatna, A. 2021 SAGE Open 11(3)  
  Mothering celebrities: Feminine/feminist agency and subjectivity in the auto/biographies of an Indonesian female celebrity Priyatna, A., Rahayu, L.M., Subekti, M. 2019 Kritika Kultura
2020(33-34), pp. 198-225
 
11 Establishing the three-way voicing contrast in Madurese stops Misnadin 2017 Humaniora
29(2), pp. 140-149
2
  Voice onset time and vowel quality in Madurese the role of gender and dialect Misnadin 2021 Asia-Pacific Language Variation 7(2), pp. 169-185  
  Phonetic realisations of madurese vowels and their implications for the madurese vowel system Misnadin 2020 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics
10(1), pp. 173-183
 
12 The Imbalance Attitude of the Journalists in Chemical Castration Texts: An SFL Critical Discourse Analysis Kamal, M., Santosa, R., Djatmika 2017 HUMANIORA
29(3)
1
  Marriage values in ayat – ayat cinta 2 novel written by habiburrahman El Shirazy Putriyanti, L., Rustono, Rokhman, F., Subyantoro 2020 International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research
9(2), pp. 2523-2527
 
13 Common discourse patterns of cross-disciplinary research article abstracts in English Hardjanto, T.D. 2017 Humaniora
29(1), pp. 72-84
4
  Rhetorical move and genre knowledge development of english and indonesian abstracts: A comparative analysis Open Access Pratiwi, S.N., Kurniawan, E. 2021 Studies in English Language and Education 8(3), pp. 885-900  
  Does cognition reflect performance? Rhetorical organization of journal article abstracts written by indonesian authors ( Book Chapter) Suherdi, D., Kurniawan, E., Lubis, A.H. 2021 Literacies, Culture, and Society towards Industrial Revolution 4.0: Reviewing Policies, Expanding Research, Enriching Practices in Asia pp. 209-228  
  Rhetorical moves and linguistic complexity of research article abstracts in international applied linguistics journals Fauzan, U., Lubis, A.H., Kurniawan, E. 2020 Asian ESP Journal 16(52), pp. 204-232  
  Rhetorical organization of applied linguistics abstracts: Does scopus journal quartile matter? Kurniawan, E., Lubis, A.H., Suherdi, D., Danuwijaya, A.A. 2019 GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies
19(4), pp. 184-202
 
14 Redefining The Term of Dukun Sartini, S., Ahimsa-Putra, H.S. 2017 Humaniora29(1), pp. 46-60 2
  One female wong pinter (shaman) among forty: A study on Javanese feminism Sartini, S. 2018 International Journal of Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies13(4), pp. 13-23  
  Predicting Healthy Lifestyle Behaviours Among Patients With Type 2 Diabetes in Rural Bali, Indonesia Asril, N.M., Tabuchi, K., Tsunematsu, M., Kobayashi, T., Kakehashi, M. 2020 Clinical Medicine Insights: Endocrinology and Diabetes
13
 
15 Dualisme Ekonomi Pada Kredit Rakyat di Yogyakarta pada Tahun 1912-1990 Akhyat, A. 2016 Jurnal Humaniora 27(2), pp. 252-262 1
  A critical review of indonesia’s agrarian reform policy Widodo, S. 2017 Journal of Regional and City Planning28(3), pp. 204-218  
16 Humanities in Indonesia for a global age Reid, A. 2016 Humaniora 28(1), pp. 1-11 3
  High genetic diversity and limited spatial structure in an endangered, endemic South African sparid, the red steenbras Petrus rupestris Gouws, G., Kerwath, S.E., Potts, W.M., (...), Vine, N.G., Cowley, P.D. 2020 African Journal of Marine Science 42(3), pp. 195-206  
  Decolonising Indonesia, Past and Present Heryanto, A. 2018 Asian Studies Review42(4), pp. 607-625  
  Popular culture and identity politics (Book Chapter) Heryanto, A. 2018 Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Indonesia
pp. 357-368
 
17 Magic realism in ahmad sadawiys frankenstein fi Baghdad Mahmuda, A. 2016 Humaniora 28(2), pp. 142-151 2
  Magical Realism, the Oracular, Mysticism and Belief Legacy in Ahmed Saadawi’s Frankenstein in Baghdad Al-Hajaj, J.F.B. 2020 Critique - Studies in Contemporary Fiction 61(4), pp. 453-467  
  Frankenstein in Baghdad: Human conditions, or conditions of being human Murphy, S. 2018 Science-Fiction Studies45(2), pp. 273-288  
18 Social Criticism in Indonesian Literary Works during the New Order Era Sudewa, I.K. 2016 Humaniora
28(2), pp. 185-197
1
  “The pained and silent song of a branch”: Ecological precarity in the poetry of Taufiq Ismail and Khairani Barokka Ryan, J.C. 2020 Journal of Postcolonial Writing
56(4), pp. 488-502
 
19 Patterns and meanings of english words through word formation processes of acronyms, clipping, compound and blending found in internet-based media Rini Diah Moehkardi, R. 2016 Humaniora
28(3), pp. 207-221
2
  English acronyms in Indonesian School events Open Access Moehkardi, R.R.D. 2021 Lexis - Journal in English Lexicology 17  
  Simple models forword formation in english slang Kulkarni, V., Wang, W.Y. 2018 NAACL HLT 2018 - 2018 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies - Proceedings of the Conference
1, pp. 1424-1434
 
20 Colonial Politics in Forming Ethnic Identity of Melayu Minangkabau and Batak in Tapanuli Tanjung, I., Liana Bambang, P., Setiawati, N.A. 2016 Humaniora
28(1), pp. 106-114
1
  Religious conflict and regional autonomy in church establishment and Islamic clothing in West Pasaman and Dharmasraya West Sumatera Burhanuddin, N., Nurdin, A.A., Helmy, M.I. 2019 Indonesian Journal of Islam and Muslim Societies
9(2), pp. 189-216
 
21 Politeness strategies performed by teachers to effectively assist children with autism in their learning process Sugini, Djatmika, Maryadi 2016 Humaniora
28(1), pp. 28-36
1
  Multimodal strategies in teaching children with autism: A discourse analysis Djatmika, Wibowo, A.H., Sugini, Halim, H., Mohamad, B. 2020 Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy
11(2), pp. 219-229
 
22 The position of Minang-Chinese relationship in the history of inter-ethnic groups relations in Padang, West Sumatra Alfirdaus, L.K., Hiariej, E., Adeney-Risakotta, F. 2016 Humaniora
28(1)
1
  Intercultural communication and mutualistic relationship between the chinese and the Minangnese in Padang, west Sumatra, Indonesia Makmur, R., Kuswarno, E., Novianti, E.V.I., Sjafirah, N.A. 2019 Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication
35(4), pp. 244-257
 
23 Hedging through the Use of Modal Auxiliaries in English Academic Discourse Hardjanto, T.D. 2016 Humaniora
28(1), pp. 37
4
  “I guess anyone would do that wouldn't they?” How do native speakers of Norwegian and English hedge in informal conversations? Johansen, S.H. 2021 Languages in Contrast 21(2), pp. 163-185  
  Modal Verbs in a Curriculum-Based EFL Textbook of Senior High School in Indonesia: A Corpus-Based Study Oktavianti, I.N., Fajria, A. 2021 TESOL International Journal 16(5), pp. 171-204  
  Medical uncertainty and the art of communication: Exploring modality applied in medical journal abstracts Montkhongtham, N. 2021 LEARN Journal: Language Education and Acquisition Research Network 14(1), pp. 604-646  
  A corpus-based analysis of english core modal verbs and their counterparts in indonesian Oktavianti, I.N. 2019 International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research
8(12), pp. 2811-2819
 
24 Rhetorical patterns, verb tenses, and voice in cross disciplinary research article abstracts Hanidar, S. 2016 Humaniora28(1), pp. 12-27 5
  Another look at the rhetorical moves and linguistic realizations in international and Indonesian journal articles: A case of tourism research article abstracts Open Access Kurniawan, E., Sabila, N.A.A. 2021 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 11(2), pp. 318-329  
  Rhetorical move and genre knowledge development of english and indonesian abstracts: A comparative analysis Open Access Pratiwi, S.N., Kurniawan, E. 2021 Studies in English Language and Education 8(3), pp. 885-900  
  RHETORICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS of the RESEARCH ARTICLE GENRE in SPANISH in the COMMUNICATION AREA | [ANÁLISIS RETÓRICO-DISCURSIVO DEL GÉNERO ARTÍCULO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL EN EL ÁMBITO DE LA COMUNICACIÓN] Perdomo, B. 2021 Nueva Revista del Pacifico (74), pp. 170-195  
  Lexical bundle variation across moves in abstracts of medical research articles Qi, H., Pan, F. 2020 Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
(In-Press)
 
  Analyses of Rhetorical Moves and Linguistic Realizations in Accounting Research Article Abstracts Published in International and Thai-Based JournalsOpen Access Amnuai, W. 2019 SAGE Open9(1)  
25 Conquest and Care for the Preservation of Nature and Environment in the Novel Amba by Laksmi Pamuntjak: Study Ecocriticism Wiyatmi 2016 Humaniora 28(3), pp. 315-323 2
  A study of ecocriticism on the representations of ecological conditions in rawa gambut Open Access Arianto, B., Sayuti, S.A., Efendi, A. 2021 Studies in English Language and Education 8(3), pp. 1267-1284  
  Representation of ethical values for nature sustainability: Ecological wisdom in novels by Indonesian women Open Access Sultan, Anshari 2021 International Journal of Literary Humanities 19(1), pp. 129-144  
26 Indonesian interrogative sentences: A study of forms and functions Lindawati, L. 2016 Humaniora 28(3), pp. 348-357 2
  Communicative functions of interrogative sentences in dialogue texts Yessenbayeva, A.M., Yelikbayev, B.K., Abdrahman, G.K., Makulova, L.T., Serdali, B.K. 2021 International Journal of Learning and Change 13(6), pp. 656-673  
  Investigating the communicative functions of interrogative sentences in dialogue texts Open Access Yessenbayeva, A.M., Yelikbayev, B.K., Abdrahman, G.K., Makulova, L.T., Serdali, B.K. 2020 Media Watch 11(3), pp. 488-501  
27 Changing approaches to indigenous knowledge and Its relationship with scientific knowledge Lan, N. T. P. 2015 Humaniora 27, pp. 186-194 1
  Rethinking local genius of the Merapi's community in eruption disaster risk reduction. Does it still work? Open Access Jamaludin, S., Ashari, A., Saputro, E.P.N. 2021 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 884(1),012011  
28 Metaphor of Colors in Indonesian Wijana, D.P. 2015 Humaniora
27(1), pp. 3
2
  Metaphors about balinese women: From semantic analysis to cultural pragmatic interpretations Arnawa, N., Wayan Winaja, I., Made Rai Jaya Widanta, I. 2021 Language Related Research 12(5), pp. 239-277  
  Translation students’ difficulties with english and arabic color-based metaphorical expressions Al-Jarf, R. 2019 Fachsprache
41(Special issue 1), pp. 101-120
 
29 Transformation of ludruk performances: From political involvement and state hegemony to creative survival strategy Setiawan, I. 2014 Humaniora
26, pp. 187-202
1
  Traditional stage as a medium of social criticism: The role of humor in Ludruk performance art Kholidah, N.N., Widodo, S.T., Saddhono, K. 2020 Journal of Critical Reviews
7(7), pp. 1-5
 
30 The taxonomy of Sakura as a life portrait of Liwa people Mustika, I.W. 2014 Humaniora 26(3), pp. 276-284 1
  Exploring the Functions of Sakura Performance Art in West Lampung, Indonesia Open Access Mustika, I.W. 2020 SAGE Open 10(4)  
31 Survival Strategies of the Javanese Language in New Caledonia Subiyantoro 2014 Humaniora 26(1), pp. 43-55 1
  Gender discourses in positioning Indonesian female migrant workers Open Access Udasmoro, W., Setiadi 2021 Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik 24(3), pp. 237-252  
32 Identitas Jemaah Ahmadiyah Indonesia dalam Konteks Multikultural" Secondary document Andries, F.F., Maso'ed, M., Bagir, Z.A. 2014 Humaniora 26(2), pp. 117-133 1
  Discrepancy in state practices: The cases of violence against Ahmadiyah and Shi'a minority communities during the presidency of Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Suryana, A. 2017 Al-Jami'ah 55(1), pp. 71-104  
33 Contemporary Mentawai recapitulates ancestry: the position of women in Siberut society Delfi, M. 2013 Humaniora 25(1), pp. 14-24 1
  Soft constraints: Hospitality and multispecies relationships in hunting and animal husbandry (Mentawai, Indonesia) | [Les contraintes douces : hospitalité et relations interspécifiques dans la chasse et l'élevage (Mentawai, Indonésie)] Open Access Simon, L. 2021 Anthropozoologica 56(13), pp. 197-213  
34 Pemakaian bahasa Jawa dalam situasi kontak bahasa di Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Munandar, A. 2013 Humaniora25(1), pp. 92-102 3
  The Javanese of Tegal dialect going to be the Tegal language Fahruroji 2020 International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation
24(8), pp. 4615-4622
 
  Form and meaning of halal Bi halal tradition Haryanto, S., Djatmika, Abdullah, W., Purnanto, D. 2020 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change
13(4), pp. 25-38
 
  Death-related expressions in Javanese angkating layon speech and English eulogyOpen Access Munandar, A. 2019 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics8(3), pp. 515-524  
35 Konstruksi Nama Orang Jawa: Studi Kasus Nama-Nama Modern di Surakarta Widodo, S.T. 2013 Humaniora25(1), pp. 82-91 1
  The politics of Arabic naming and islamization in Java: Processes of hybridization and purification Askuri, Kuipers, J.C. 2018 Al-Jami'ah56(1), pp. 59-94  
36 Influence of sexual values on perceived risk of interfaith marriage among unmarried urban students in Jakarta Secondary document Juneman, J., Rahardjo, W. 2013 Humaniora 25(1), pp. 3-13 1
  Content analysis and exploratory factor analysis of relationship goals among young adults: Converging data from instagram and offline surveys Azizah, A., Abraham, J. 2018 International Journal of Advanced Computer Research  
37 Panakawan Menggugat Pe-Liyan-an: Analisis Wacana Poskolonial Pada Novel Puragabaya Wita, A. 2013 Humaniora
25(1), pp. 58-68
1
  Hybridity, mimicry and ambivalence of female characters in Indonesia: A study from postcolonial novels Wardani, N.E., Widyahening, C.E.T. 2020 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change
12(1), pp. 419-431
 
38 Tipe-tipe kalimat pasif murni dalam bahasa Jepang berdasarkan kategori dan peran semantisnya Sutedi, D. 2013 Humaniora
25(3), pp. 343-355
1
  The semantic roles of 'kaku-joshi' in Japanese textbooks Sutedi, D. 2020 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics
9(3), pp. 545-558
 
39 Dari Otokrasi ke Demokrasi: Menyibak Sejarah dan Survitalitas Demokrasi Ala DIY Emilianus Yakob Sese Tolo 2013 Humaniora
25(3), pp. 270-280
2
  The concept of ngayogyakarta hadiningrat sultanate leadership in the context of the unitary state of the Republic of Indonesia Triwahyuningsih, Absori, A. 2020 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change
10(10), pp. 1-12
 
  The concept of ngayogyakarta hadiningrat sultanate leadership in the context of the unitary state of the Republic of Indonesia Triwahyuningsih, Absori, A. 2019 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change
10(2), pp. 277-288
 
40 Syingir: Transformation of Arabic Poetry into Javanese Poetry Hindun 2012 Humaniora
24(1), pp. 73-83
1
  Syi’r, syair, syi’iran: The connection between rhymes and metrics in al-‘arud perspective Ma’mun, T.N., Ikhwan 2020 Humanities and Social Sciences Reviews
8(3), pp. 1121-1135
 
41 Local wisdom value of traditional Javanese house Djono Utomo, T.P., Subiyantoro, S. 2012 Humaniora
24(3), pp. 245-254
1
  The Chinese diaspora’s ‘imaginary’ homeland in the novels by four Chinese-American and Chinese-Indonesian writers Kusumaningtyas, P., Cohen, J. 2020 Diaspora Studies
13(2), pp. 152-169
 
42 Fonologi bahasa Madura Sofyan, A. 2012 Humaniora
22(2), pp. 207-218
2
  The synergy of islamic da’wah and madura culture programmes on nada FM sumenep radio, Indonesia Open Access Achmad, Z.A., Ida, R., Mustain, Lukens-Bull, R. 2021 Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication 37(2), pp. 111-129  
  Phonetic realisations of madurese vowels and their implications for the madurese vowel system Open Access Misnadin 2020 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 10(1), pp. 173-183  
43 Nilai kearifan lokal rumah tradisional jawa Djono, D., Utomo, T.P., Subiyantoro, S. 2012 Humaniora 24(3) 2
  The model of spiritual well-being of employees in Indonesia Afandi, K.N., Tjahjono, H.K., Palupi, M. 2017 Proceedings of the 29th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Education Excellence and Innovation Management through Vision 2020: From Regional Development Sustainability to Global Economic Growth pp. 3713-3721  
  The Development of Interactive Mathematics Learning Material Based on Local WisdomOpen Access Abadi, M.K., Cahya, E., Jupri, A. 2017 Journal of Physics: Conference Series895(1),012086  
44 Relasi-relasi Kekuasaan di balik Pengelolaan Industri Pariwisata Bali Secondary document Wijaya, I.N. 2012 Humaniora 24, pp. 141-155 1
  Extension of Religious Ritual Functions in Development Process: Study of Mandi Safar in Air Hitam Ocean Indonesia Sagala, I. 2018 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 156(1),012009  
45 Bugis-Makassar seamanship and reproduction of maritime cultural values in Indonesia Lampe, M. 2012 Humaniora 24, pp. 121-132 1
  Actor–doctor partnership for theatre-based public health education Sharma, K., Gaiha, S.M., Pati, S., Sarabhai, M. 2021 Health Education Journal 80(1), pp. 81-94  
  The influence of socio-economic gender's roles towards diabetes symptoms in South Sulawesi fishermen community Lampe, M., Waris, L., Rajab, M. 2020 Enfermeria Clinica
30, pp. 140-143
 
  Genetic diversity of Jatropha curcas collections from different islands in Indonesia Anggraeni, T.D.A., Satyawan, D., Kang, Y.J., (...), Varshney, R.K., Lee, S.-H. 2018 Plant Genetic Resources: Characterisation and Utilisation16(4), pp. 334-342  
46 The use of english in adolescent's slang Wijana, I.D.P. 2012 Humaniora 23(3), pp. 315-323 1
  A Dataset and Preliminaries Study for Abusive Language Detection in Indonesian Social MediaOpen Access Ibrohim, M.O., Budi, I. 2018 Procedia Computer Science135, pp. 222-229  
47 Tourism-service language: A cross-cultural perspective on politeness Purnomo, B. 2012 Humaniora 23(2), pp. 185-198 1
  Smelling' diasporic: Bargaining interactions and the problem of politeness Wagner, L. 2021 Applied Linguistics Review A174  
48 Street theatre – The third theatre: Agents for social engineering in India Das, S., Rabb, A.N. 2012 Humaniora 24(2), pp. 168-174 1
  Actor–doctor partnership for theatre-based public health education Sharma, K., Gaiha, S.M., Pati, S., Sarabhai, M. 2021 Health Education Journal 80(1), pp. 81-94  
49 The Politics of Belonging : Plundering the Local, Claiming the Global Indiyanto, A. 2012 Humaniora 24(3), pp. 245-254 1
  The Chinese diaspora’s ‘imaginary’ homeland in the novels by four Chinese-American and Chinese-Indonesian writers Kusumaningtyas, P., Cohen, J. 2020 Diaspora Studies 13(2), pp. 152-169  
50 Ulama Dalam Dinamika Sosial Masyarakat Aceh Di Awal Abad Kedua Puluh Satu Secondary document Nur, A. 2011 Humaniora 23(3), pp. 315-325 1
  The text of conservatism: The role of Abbas' Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Jamā'ah in underpinning acehnese current religious violence Dhuhri, S. 2016 Studia Islamika 23(1), pp. 29-59  
51 Tema – Rema dalam Bahasa Jawa Ngoko dialek Banyumas: Kajian penataan organisasi informasi Sukesti, R. 2011 Jurnal Humaniora23(2), pp. 219-228 1
  Ideological representation of violence and information packaging in arabic headline news: A case study of the al-ahram arabic daily newspaper Anis, M.Y. 2018 Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication34(3), pp. 283-297  
52 Konsepsi sosio kultural etnis Jawa dan Madura di eks-karisidenan Besuki tentang pangan Secondary document Narwiyanto 2011 Humaniora 23(2), pp. 125-139 1
  Petangan tradition in Javanese personal naming practice: An ethnoliguistic study Widodo, S.T., Saddhono, K. 2012 GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies 12(4), pp. 1165-1177  
53 Sajak-sajak Realisme Sosialis Lekra: Kajian Tematik Suyatno, S. 2011 Humaniora 23(1), pp. 1-11 1
  Socio-political engagement of contemporary javanese literature Margono-Slamet, Y.B. 2021 GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies 21(3), pp. 215-230  
54 Masuk Angin dalam Konteks Kosmologi Jawa Triratnawati, A. 2011 Humaniora 23, pp. 326-335 1
  The recovery of healthcare: A case study of javanese medical practices and related discussions about pluralism in healthcare Weydmann, N. 2020 Visions for Sustainability 2020(14), pp. 66-82  
55 Universitas, Negara dan Masyarakat Indonesia: Implementasi Paradigma Modernisasi dalam Era Orde baru Secondary document Samuel, H. 2010 Humaniora pp. 31-42 1
  The many faces of Indonesia: Knowledge production and power relations Samuel, H., Sutopo, O.R. 2013 Asian Social Science 9(13), pp. 289-298  
56 Genre analysis in the frame of systemic functional linguistics Imtihani, N. 2010 Humaniora
22, pp. 86-93
1
  Move analysis of research article abstracts in the field of ELT: A comparative study | [İngiliz dili eǧitimi alaninda yazilmiş araştirma makalesi özetlerindeki aşamalarin analizi: Karşilaştirmali bir çalişma] Kaya, F., Yaǧiz, O. 2020 Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies
16(1), pp. 390-404
 
57 Sosialisasi Anak dan Melemahnya Tradisi dalam Migrasi International (Kasus TKW dari Godong Grobogan Jawa Tengah) Astuti, T.M.P. 2009 Humaniora
21(2), pp. 125-137
1
  The life of poor madurese adolescents left by their mothers to work as international migrant workers | [La vida de los adolescentes maduros pobres que de-jaron sus madres trabajar como trabajadores mi-grantes internacionales] Febrianto, P.T. 2019 Opcion
35(Special Issue 21), pp. 2899-2921
 
58 Transmigrasi Era Otonomi Khusus di Provinsi Papua. [Trans migrant program in the special autonomy of Papua Province.] Secondary document Pona, L. 2009 Humaniora 21(3), pp. 350-363 1
  The sustainability of the Merauke integrated food and energy estate (MIFEE) Wambrauw, E.V., Morgan, T.K.K.B. 2017 International Journal of Environmental Sustainability 13(2), pp. 15-36  
59 Roman Pergaoelan, penulisan sejarah, dan kanonisasi sastra Indonesia Secondary document Sudarmoko 2009 Humaniora 21(1), pp. 28-40 1
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