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Research, Community Service, and Collaboration

Research Focal Areas

Since its inception in 1998, the Faculty of Language and Arts has committed to maximize the impact of its teaching and learning activities through research and community service in these following focal areas:

Language Teaching and Learning

Our research in this area addresses pivotal  issues in language teaching and learning and language policies in Indonesia. Our faculty members have received research grants from Indonesian government and foreign institutions.

Funded by Directorate General for Higher Education

Pre-service Teachers Beliefs About Grammar and Grammar Teaching, 2014 and 2015, US $ 9000
Investigators: Cecilia T. Murniati & Angelika Riyandari

Students’ Perceptual Beliefs about the Information Technology for Language Learning, 2014, US $ 4000
Investigators: Antonius Suratno, Emilia Ninik Aydawati, Cecilia T. Murniati

Funded by Soegijapranata Catholic University

Needs Analysis of Undergraduate Nursing Students: Year 4 Students’ Perspectives, 2014
Investigator: Y.E Budiyana

 

Literature and Culture

Research in this area attempts to examine how literature and culture are reflected in life styles and mindset.

Funded by Directorate General for Higher Education

Cultural Values of American Cosmopolitan, Ladies’ Home Journal and O: the Oprah’s Women Magazine Advertisements, 2014, $ 3500
Investigator: Ekawati M. Dukut

Reformulating Identity: A Transnational Study on Ideology of American Minorities of the 1960s, 2014, $ 11,500
Investigator: Ekawati M. Dukut

 

Interdisciplinary research

Our faculty members also conducting interdisciplinary studies with other faculty members from various departments.

Funded by United Board

Managing Religious Diversity in Higher Education, 2014, US $ 4500
The Role of Women in Anti-Conflict Dialogues, 2013, US $ 12,000
Managing Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Some Indonesian Corporations, 2012, US $ 10,000