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2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (2) ◽  
pp. 303-308
Gaguk Rudianto ◽  
Zia Hisni Mubarak ◽  
Mhd. Johan ◽  
Sasa Ani Arnomo ◽  
Winda Evyanto ◽  

This service activity is an activity in the form of training on English Conversation and Introduction to Information Technology for Youth in RT 02 RW 09, Bengkong Sadai Batam which is held at the Gedung Pertemuan RW09 Bengkong.The training held is a multi-disciplinary training or combines several study programs, especially English and Computer Study Programs. The training materials have been prepared in such a way that they are able to at least provide some solutions to the problems of the younger generation that are happening in the current millennial era. These problems include, among other things, teenagers in these neighborhoods do not master English and lack information technology. This training is carried out starting in November 2021 and ending in December 2021 with as many as 5 meetings held regularly. From this training, it is hoped that the training participants will get refreshed knowledge about the application of English and Introduction to Information Technology

2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 258-264
Kh. Anarkulov ◽  
N. Matazimov

Research relevance: article discusses problems in evolution of rules and refereeing of sports competitions in Kyrgyz national wrestling kuresh in connection with the Kyrgyz people folk physical culture, in which the Kyrgyz richest folk art should be mentioned. Research objectives: to determine functions and problems in evolution of rules and refereeing at sports competitions in the Kyrgyz national sports wrestling kuresh. Research materials and methods: analysis of rules, circumstances and recommendations from organizations during sports competitions in national wrestling kuresh. Research results: physical exercises have become a necessary and more effective preparation of student youth for social activities (protection of territories and population from foreigners, physical labor associated with the extraction of food, preparing the younger generation for work and protection in difficult climatic and geographical conditions, change of residence, etc.). Conclusions: competitive process and objective refereeing of sports competitions opened the way to sports glory, violating objective and subjective obstacles.

2022 ◽  
Vol 14 (2) ◽  
pp. 869
Adela Lazăr ◽  
Ioana Sîrbu ◽  
Karla Barth ◽  
Claudia Bacter ◽  
Adrian Hatos

(1) Background: Sustainability is a crucial priority and a critical part of the modern world. Promoting pro-social values to the younger generation is an issue addressed throughout this paper. The present study aims to answer the question of whether generosity, as a positive attitude towards others, and sustainability, as a positive attitude towards the environment, are related. (2) Methods: The current research includes a sample of 4333 adolescents, ages 14 and 15, who attend schools in Bihor County, Romania. (3) Results: The regression analysis indicates a significant correlation between sustainable values, operationalized through adolescent involvement in environmental organisations, and generosity. (4) Conclusions: Sustainable behaviour can be considered a form of giving that contributes to the collective good. Our research outlines a significant need for a new set of competencies provided through a newly designed curriculum and/or through focused training, in order to cultivate generosity across cultures, ecologies, and generations; at the same time, we also highlight the significant role that the joint efforts of the school-family-library trifecta in supporting this goal.

2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (2) ◽  
pp. 150-166
Septi Fridayani P

One of the causes of the lack of cultural existence today is not because the level of awareness of the younger generation for culture is low or irrelevant, but because of the low level of communication between generations. The purpose of this study was to find out the communication strategy of the KBKM program in an effort to promote culture by KEMDIBUD-RISTEK RI to the younger generation. This research uses descriptive qualitative method with sample determination using purposive sampling technique and case study approach. Data collection techniques using interview and observation study methods and documentation using data validity triangulation techniques. The results of this study indicate that KEMDIKBUD-RISTEK RI has made efforts to promote culture through villages by attracting the role of young people using communication strategies from Onong Uchjana Effendy in the form of planning, management and implementation of communication. The planning includes the timeline and the publication process, communication management includes redundancy (repetition), canalizing, informative, persuasive, educative and also coercive. Then carry out the analysis of issues and the role of communication, selecting targets, determining targets, developing strategies and selecting partners, determining messages, determining communication tools, managing communication and conducting partner directions, planning activities, communication budgets, as well as monitoring and evaluation.

2022 ◽  
Amrina Rosada Dhuhuriyah ◽  
Aprilia Dewantari ◽  
Tiara Alifia Rahmatika ◽  
Gisela Rose Karita ◽  
Moses Glorino Rumambo Pandin

Indonesian is the identity of all Indonesian citizens. Language itself is very important for human life. With language, we can communicate with one another, considering that humans are social creatures who cannot live without each other's help. However, the use of language should not be underestimated. The use and pronunciation must be properly understood so that there are no misunderstandings or other unwanted things. The development of the times and globalization have affected the existence of languages that are currently starting to lose their authenticity. One example is the use of slang as a daily word until the authenticity (original word) is slowly forgotten. As well as the use of foreign languages that are more attractive to the millennial generation. The lack of interest of the younger generation in learning linguistic rules is also one of the factors in changing the existence of Indonesian. The background of the research is about the existence of language, especially Indonesian to the changing era. The purpose of writing this paper is to show the public, especially the millennial generation the importance of maintaining the existence of linguistic rules. Because as good citizens we must maintain and preserve our national identity.

2022 ◽  
dimas prasetyo adji ◽  
Amelia Waqidatuzzarima ◽  
Moses Glorino Rumambo Pandin

The research discusses the use of slang among adolescents. The rise of slang users in Indonesian society, if it is always understood, will certainly harm Indonesian language users properly and correctly at this time and in the future. Currently, people have used a lot of slang and what's worse, the younger generation of Indonesia cannot be separated from the use of this slang. It is these young people who use slang more than Indonesian in their daily life. These slang words or terms are usually in the form of a combination of clauses and even in English. With the use of slang, the wearer will be said to be a modern person or a city person and not a less modern area person so that many teenagers use the term slang in their daily communication. Of course, this phenomenon will cause the erosion of the existence of good and correct Indonesian in communication in the community.

Ulfiani Mabruroh

<p><em>An aging society has caused several health and social problems in Japan. Therefore, in order to overcome the current problems and to prevent future problems, Japan has embarked on a human-centered transformation, namely Society 5.0 which is experienced not only domestically but also worldwide. This change requires everyone, especially the younger generation to prepare themselves to survive and even lead it. There is a set of skills that must be mastered by students to achieve these goals, namely communication, leadership, reading comprehension, and curiosity. This paper aims to describe methods for developing these skills in elementary school students. The conclusion states that some of the methods actually complement each other, meaning that they can be applied interchangeably in a school setting.</em></p>

2022 ◽  
pp. 1-16
Icarbord Tshabangu ◽  
Stefano Ba' ◽  
Silas Memory Madondo

Based on critical theory, this chapter focuses on the first generation of Frankfurt School (mainly to authors such as T.W. Adorno, M. Horkheimer, and W. Benjamin). For discussing methodology in research, these authors are considered more representative than the younger generation (e.g., Habermas and Honneth) mainly because of the renewed interest in the direct critique of society and because of the failure of the younger generation to produce empirical research. The proponents of critical theory establish connections between theory and practice, in the sense that the social content of research must have human dignity at its centre. The difference between method-led and content-led research is discussed and considered central for this kind of approach to empirical research. Feminist research methodologies and critical race methodology are considered as closely associated with critical theory. These different approaches have developed autonomously from critical theory and are not directly related to it. However, feminist research methodologies and critical race methodology are expounded here because of their similarities to the critical theory of the Frankfurt School aimed at providing an emancipatory approach to empirical research.

2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (4) ◽  
pp. 148-153
Suparba Sil ◽  
Ruby Dhar ◽  
Subhradip Karmakar

Aim: The following paper attempts to trace the impact of Covid-19 on the younger generation, mostly from economically underprivileged sections, by focusing on specific themes such as health, education, vulnerability to abuse, and violence. The paper tries to address how the pandemic has affected various dimensions of the lives of these younger generation-children and adolescents, alongside tracing the measures taken by the government in the fight against the virus. Methods: We curated the information based on credible data as published in leading news media, PMC published peer-reviewed materials Conclusions: The paper concludes with recommendations that a coherent government policy and the active participation of NGOs are needed to address the problem. The children's mental health needs to be dealt with utmost care at home, which will pave the way towards a better future for the younger generation during and after the pandemic.

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