Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature <table class="data" width="100%" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"> <tbody> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Journal title</td> <td width="80%"><strong>Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Initials</td> <td width="80%"><strong>JCELL</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Frequency</td> <td width="80%"><strong>4 issues per year | August, November, February, May</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">DOI</td> <td width="80%"><strong>Prefix 10.54012</strong><strong> by <img src="" alt="" /></strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">ISSN</td> <td width="80%"><strong>ISSN <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2807-355X</a> (print) | <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2807-3568</a> (online)</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Editor-in-chief</td> <td width="80%"><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Sigit Apriyanto</strong></a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Publisher</td> <td width="80%"><strong>CV. Tripe Konsultan</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Citation Analysis</td> <td width="80%"><strong><a href=";hl=id" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Google Scholar</a> | <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Moraref</a> | <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Index Copernicus</a> | <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Garuda</a> | </strong></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p align="justify">Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature (E-ISSN 2807-3568, P-ISSN 2807-355X) is a peer review of national journals published by CV. Tripe Konsultan, which was first published in 2021. The journal publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of education, English language, literature, and linguistics. The journal accepts papers on the following topics: Education Psychology, Adult Education, Education Administration, Educational Planning and Theories, Curriculum Study, E-Learning, Higher Education, Pedagogy, Special Education, Teaching and Reading Skills, English Language Teaching, Literature Study, Applied Linguistics, Language Teaching Skills, Language Acquisition, Bilingualism, Language Assessment, Communicative Language Teaching (CLT), Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT), Translation Studies.</p> <p align="justify">Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature has become a Crossref Member since 2021. Therefore, all articles published by CV. Tripe Konsultan will have a unique DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number.</p> <p><a href=""><img src="" alt="" width="155" height="69" /></a> <a href=""><img src="" alt="" width="155" height="69" /></a></p> <p> </p> CV. Tripe Konsultan en-US Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature 2807-355X Exploring the Mindset of Wonosari Village Citizens in the Mantra of the Grebeg Memetri Tradition, Tutur District, Pasuruan District (Ethnosemiotic Study) <p>In the Pasuruan Regency of East Java Province, specifically in the Tutur Subdistrict, there is a village called Wonosari that holds a unique traditional ceremony to honor God, seek His blessings, and request safety from disasters for the village. The villagers of Wonosari conduct this traditional ceremony, which involves oral literature in the form of mantras. The mantras used in this tradition serve as prayers and are recited during the ritual burial of a cow's head in the center of the market. The mantras are recited by the village elders or traditional shamans during the ceremony. During the execution, the mantras are chanted aloud and listened to by the villagers of Wonosari in a solemn atmosphere.The traditional ritual of burying a cow's head in the village of Wonosari is known as Grebeg Memetri. The term "Grebeg" originates from a royal tradition aimed at distributing agricultural produce as charity to the people. The existence of mantras in the Grebeg Memetri tradition reflects the mindset of the village residents. This mindset is closely related to matters of belief, mythology, and experience. The villagers' mindset can be discerned from the oral traditions recited by the traditional shamans during the Grebeg Memetri ceremony. Investigating the mindset of the residents of Wonosari is intriguing, considering various aspects such as belief, mythology, and experience that accompany it.Given the issues described above, this research aims to examine the mindset of the residents of Wonosari through the oral tradition of Grebeg Memetri. To investigate the mindset of the villagers as manifested in the oral tradition of Grebeg Memetri, a literary approach called ethno-semiotics is required. Ethno-semiotics is an interdisciplinary field that combines ethnography and semiotics. The use of the ethno-semiotic approach is expected to represent the mindset of the residents of Wonosari based on the sign systems found in the oral tradition of Grebeg Memetri.</p> Ninik Mardiana Devito Andharu M Reza Ishadi Fadillah Dedi Setyawan Copyright (c) 2024 Ninik Mardiana, Devito Andharu, M Reza Ishadi Fadillah, Dedi Setyawan 2023-12-22 2023-12-22 3 3 222 230 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.235 The Scope of the Philosophy of Science: A Review of Philosophical Education <p>The philosophy of science is a branch of philosophy that discusses the nature of science. The philosophy of science attempts to realize the true truth of the knowledge. This article aims to discuss the scope of the philosophy of science which consists of definition of philosophy, definition of the philosophy of science, characteristics of philosophical thoughts, and three fundamental structures of science. In this study, the researchers employ qualitative method under descriptive approach. Meanwhile, in the present study the researchers used content analysis as the data analysis technique. The results showed that philosophy is a way of humans’ thoughts in relation to the study of the fundamental and eternal universe. Furthermore, when philosophy is connected into science, it becomes the philosophy of science. The philosophy of science then is understood as a part of philosophy whose activities to examine science in the context of science through various scientific procedures including initial principles, theoretical structures, measures of scientific truth, views of formal logic, and practical methodology and metaphysics. In addition, philosophy is inseparable from the characteristics of philosophical thoughts which consists of methodical, systematic, coherent and consistent, rational, comprehensive, radical, and univesal. Finally, philosophy examines three aspects of the fundamental structure of science including aspect of ontology, epistemology, axiology. In conclusion, the philosophy of science has four scopes including definition of philosophy, definition of the philosophy of science, characteristics of philosophical thoughts, and three fundamental structures of science.</p> Adang Hambali Ani Herniawati Yusuf Hidayat Copyright (c) 2024 Adang Hambali, Ani Herniawati, Yusuf Hidayat 2024-01-23 2024-01-23 3 3 231 240 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.263 Error Analysis on Student’s Final Project Paper Abstract <p>An abstract is a brief and all-encompassing synopsis of scientific literature. Abstracts facilitate readers’ comprehension of article contents concisely and expeditiously. Hence, it is imperative to craft the abstract in a captivating manner to pique the reader’s curiosity and encourage them to peruse the complete content. An effective abstract should be precise, objective, logically organised, easily understandable, and concise. Nevertheless, several individuals, namely those studying Nautical Sciences, have encountered difficulty when it comes to writing in English. The task becomes further intricate since it involves meeting all the requirements, such as structuring and presenting coherent concepts to ensure the reader’s understanding of the text. The objective of this study is to identify the flaws present in the final project abstract of the Nautical Sciences Student at Akademi Maritim Nusantara Cilacap. This study employs a qualitative methodology, utilising a descriptive analysis technique. A total of ten samples were deliberately gathered for this investigation in the year 2022. The research findings indicate that there are two major concerns regarding faults in composing the abstract, specifically those pertaining to clarity and grammatical accuracy. Clarity errors encompass issues related to brevity (21) and the utilisation of passive voice (15). In addition, the data contained six grammatical problems, specifically verb errors (21), punctuation errors (10), preposition errors (7), spelling errors (5), conjunction errors (5), and article errors (4).</p> Dhion Meitreya Vidhiasi Copyright (c) 2024 Dhion Meitreya Vidhiasi 2024-01-23 2024-01-23 3 3 241 251 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.264 The Representations of Self-Love in Justin Bieber’s Love Yourself <p><span id="E195" class="qowt-font4-Lustria">The song </span><span id="E196" class="qowt-font4-Lustria">of </span><span id="E197" class="qowt-font4-Lustria">Love</span><span id="E198" class="qowt-font4-Lustria"> Yourself</span><span id="E199" class="qowt-font4-Lustria"> by Justin Bieber talks about the importance of self-love and acceptance by encouraging any audience to prioritize their own needs and well-being, rather than seeking validation from others. Through the lyrics, Bieber emphasizes the idea that love and respect start from within oneself. Self-love should be focused by letting go of toxic relationships and negative influences and to pay more attention to each person’s own growth and happiness. By answering the question of how may self-love be represented on Justin Bieber</span><span id="E200" class="qowt-font4-Lustria">`s </span><span id="E201" class="qowt-font4-Lustria">Love</span><span id="E202" class="qowt-font4-Lustria"> Yourself</span><span id="E203" class="qowt-font4-Lustria">?, the song's message is particularly relevant in today's world where social media and external pressures often dictate how people perceive themselves. </span><span id="E204" class="qowt-font4-Lustria">Love Yourself</span><span id="E205" class="qowt-font4-Lustria"> serves as a powerful reminder that self-love and acceptance are key to mental and emotional well-being. In conclusion, </span><span id="E206" class="qowt-font4-Lustria">Love Yourself</span><span id="E207" class="qowt-font4-Lustria"> is a powerful song that promotes self-love and acceptance including pushing out any negativity and toxic influence.</span></p> Ni Nyoman Sarmi Muhammad Ilham Rahmansyah Asjad Nina Hanan Ramadhani Shellamita Zahra Rommel Utungga Pasopati Copyright (c) 2024 Ni Nyoman Sarmi, Muhammad Ilham Rahmansyah, Asjad Nina Hanan Ramadhani, Shellamita Zahra, Rommel Utungga Pasopati 2024-01-31 2024-01-31 3 3 252 262 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.252 Kant’s Aesthetic Essentiality as Exposed on Selena Gomez’s Who Says <p id="E193" class="x-scope qowt-word-para-8"><span id="E194" class="qowt-font5-Lustria">Beauty for women is crucial as an intersection of their desires, needs, and satisfactions. </span><span id="E195" class="qowt-font5-Lustria">Who Says</span><span id="E196" class="qowt-font5-Lustria"> is a song by Selena Gomez released in 2011 that inspires women to be confident since beauty is actually essential. Immanuel Kant’s aesthetic essentiality underlines that beauty is not agreeable since it relies on its own essence. Then, how may Kant’s aesthetic essentiality see the position of beauty in Selena Gomez’s </span><span id="E197" class="qowt-font5-Lustria">Who Says?</span><span id="E198" class="qowt-font5-Lustria"> Through qualitative </span><span id="E199" class="qowt-font5-Lustria">method</span><span id="E200" class="qowt-font5-Lustria"> on cultural studies, this article exposes Kant’s perspective and Gomez’s song. Recent various beauty standards make women feel insecure, but the song encourages girls to be who they are and not let what other people say get to them. All women should ignore forceful beauty standards because any expectation could be detrimental to women’s self-esteem. In conclusion, the song shows that beauty is essential and could only be experienced by individuals, not by any beauty standard.</span><span id="E201"></span></p> Rommel Utungga Pasopati Erlis Hersetya Firda Evangelin Rambu Ayu Muhammad Abu Rijal Fahmi Raddine Salsabiyla Copyright (c) 2024 Rommel Utungga Pasopati, Erlis Hersetya Firda, Evangelin Rambu Ayu, Muhammad Abu Rijal Fahmi, Raddine Salsabiyla 2024-01-31 2024-01-31 3 3 263 276 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.253 The Analysis of Amish’s Purity Symbol in “Plain Truth” Novel by Jody Picoult <p>The research aims to aanalysis of Amish’s ppurity ssymbols in “Plain Truth” Novel by Jody Picoult. This research used descriptive qualitative method and semiotic approach in analyzing purity symbol. This research used Pierce’s theory and combine with Kennedy’s symbol theory. The instrument of the research is using note taking from the novel. The results of this research prove that there are three different types of symbols in novel Plain Truth, such as: Character, Object and, Action, while symbol of purity portray such as: Character explain who commit the purity, like Aaron Fisher, Object explained the purity of the object like beard man, Amish woman outfits, and buggy and horses.</p> A. Ilah Nurul Falah Muhammad Yahya Ibrahim Ibrahim Ria Reski Agustiani Copyright (c) 2024 A. Ilah Nurul Falah, Muhammad Yahya, Ibrahim Ibrahim, Ria Reski Agustiani 2024-02-03 2024-02-03 3 3 277 288 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.272 Singing Method: Can It Improve the Early Childhoods’ Language Skills? <p>Mastering language earlier for early childhoods is very urgent. It is because through language early childhoods can express their thoughts easier to their parents, teachers, and people around them. Through language, early childhoods are also able to learn five other basic abilities, such as: (1) religious and moral values, (2) physical-motor, (3) cognitive, (4) social-emotional, and (5) art. This study aims to analyze the effect of using singing method applied to the early childhoods aged 5-6 years. To acquire the data, the researchers employed qualitative method under a descriptive approach. Based on the observation, the data showed that singing method applied by the teachers at school and also applied by the parents at home become an effective method to enhance the early childhoods’ language skills, such as: (1) helping them to have self-confidence, (2) helping them to be able to memorize the lyrics of the song, (3) helping them to be able to enhance the new vocabulary, and (4) helping them to be able to understand the meaning of the new words. In conclusion, the use of singing method is effective to develop the early childhoods’ language skills<em>.</em></p> Rahmat Hidayat Ulfah Tunajijah Siti Ernasari Elis Susanti Lulu Muhimah Mia Rosmiati Lia Nurliani Copyright (c) 2024 Rahmat Hidayat, Ulfah Tunajijah, Siti Ernasari, Elis Susanti, Lulu Muhimah, Mia Rosmiati, Lia Nurliani 2024-02-06 2024-02-06 3 3 289 295 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.273 Indonesian Language Acquisition of 0-2-Year-Old Children: A Study of Psycholinguistic Perspective <p>This study discusses the problem of phonology and morphology acquisition in children aged 0-2 years whose parents use Indonesian in their daily interaction (communication) in the family while the surrounding community interacts (communicates) using the local language (Javanese). This research concludes that the embryonic development of children's language can vary in each individual, can develop quickly and can also be slow, depending on the level or level of age, the ability of the parents, and the active environment to develop it. This type of research is descriptive qualitative research. The data generated from this research is in the form of spoken words, which will then be transcribed into writing. Data related to this research, which is devoted to language acquisition in the form of phonology and morphology acquisition in children aged 0-2 years, was obtained using several methods.</p> Adelina Anum Ratna Susanti Abd. Syakur Copyright (c) 2024 Adelina Anum, Ratna Susanti, Abd. Syakur 2024-02-07 2024-02-07 3 3 296 308 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.274 Language Acquisition of Declarative and Imperative Sentences in five-year-old Children <p>This study aims to describe the language acquisition of a five-year-old child. This research focuses on declarative and imperative sentence forms, using a descriptive qualitative approach with recording techniques. The analysis results show that the syntactic acquisition in declarative sentences has four forms, and imperative has five. The category of language acquisition at the syntactic level is good enough because there is minimal deviation from the form of speech produced. In summary, five-year-old children will likely use declarative and imperative sentences as they develop their language skills. They may start to use declarative sentences more naturally to convey information and use imperative sentences to express commands or requests, although their usage of these sentence types may vary in complexity and grammatical accuracy. Shortly, the results showed that children's utterances dominate in imperative sentences.</p> Wahyu Budi Nur Halimah Heri Indarto Copyright (c) 2024 Wahyu Budi, Nur Halimah, Heri Indarto 2024-02-13 2024-02-13 3 3 309 321 10.54012/jcell.v3i3.275