Adaptasi Interaksi Kegiatan Belajar Mengajar Bahasa Isyarat Indonesia di Pusbisindo Jakarta

Nyimak (Journal of Communication)

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Title Adaptasi Interaksi Kegiatan Belajar Mengajar Bahasa Isyarat Indonesia di Pusbisindo Jakarta
 
Creator rubiyanto, rubiyanto
Clara, Cindy
 
Description Tujuan penelitian ini untuk memberikan pemahaman tentang adaptasi interaksi antara guru tuli dan murid mendengar, pada kegiatan belajar mengajar bisindo di Pusbisindo, Jakarta. Adapun masalah yang dikaji: 1) Bagaimana persyaratan, harapan, dan keinginan dalam adaptasi interaksi antara guru tuli dan murid mendengar, pada kegiatan belajar mengajar bisindo di Pusbisindo? 2) Bagaimana pola interaksi antara guru tuli dan murid mendengar berdasarkan posisi interaksi dan perilaku aktual, yang terdapat pada kegiatan belajar mengajar bisindo di Pusbisindo? Penulis menggunakan Teori Adaptasi Interaksi Judee Burgoon. Teori ini memberi penjelasan lebih komprehensif tentang interpersonal adaptasi dan proses interaksi diadik dengan penekanan pada pengaruh biologis dan sosiologis individu. Terdapat sembilan prinsip panduan dan lima konsep dasar dalam teori ini. Metode yang digunakan, yaitu  kualitatif dengan triangulasi: wawancara, observasi, dan dokumentasi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan (1) bahwa antara guru tuli dan siswa mendengar ada kebutuhan bersama, yaitu untuk dapat berkomunikasi dengan orang tuli (persyaratan); (2) ada pola interaksi ketika kegiatan belajar mengajar dapat berlangsung (harapan); dan (3) guru tuli dan murid mendengar bahwa mereka memiliki kesamaan untuk memahami keinginan (keinginan). Sementara itu, posisi interaksi dan perilaku aktual yang terkait dengan persyaratan, harapan dan keinginan menunjukkan bahwa apa yang dibutuhkan lebih diperhatikan daripada yang diharapkan atau diinginkan.Kata Kunci: Interaksi adaptasi, bahasa isyarat Indonesia (bisindo), komunikasi nonverbal The purpose of this study is to provide an understanding of the interaction adaptation between deaf teachers and student hears, in learning activities to teach bisindo at Pusbisindo, Jakarta. The problems studied: 1) How do requirements, expectations, and desires in the interaction adaptation between deaf teachers and student hears, in the teaching activities of bisindo at Pusbisindo? 2) How does the pattern of interaction between deaf teachers and student hears based on the position of interaction and actual behavior, which is found in the teaching activities of bisindo at Pusbisindo? The author uses the Judee Burgoon Interaction Adaptation Theory. This theory provides a more comprehensive explanation of interpersonal adaptation and dyadic interaction processes with an emphasis on individual biological and sociological influences. There are nine guiding principles and five basic concepts in this theory. The method used is qualitative with triangulation: interviews, observation, and documentation. The results of the study show (1) that between teachers are deaf and students hear there is a common need, namely to be able to communicate with deaf people (requirements); (2) there is a pattern of interaction when teaching and learning activities can take place (hope); and (3) both deaf and pupil teachers hear that they have something in common to understand wants (desires). Meanwhile, the position of interactions and actual behavior related to requirements, expectations and desires shows that what is needed is more attention than expected or desired.Keywords: Adaptation interaction, Indonesian sign language (bisindo), nonverbal communication
 
Publisher Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang
 
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Date 2019-04-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://jurnal.umt.ac.id/index.php/nyimak/article/view/1226
10.31000/nyimak.v3i1.1226
 
Source Nyimak (Journal of Communication); Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Nyimak Journal of communication
2580-3832
2580-3808
10.31000/nyimak.v3i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://jurnal.umt.ac.id/index.php/nyimak/article/view/1226/916
 
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