STMIK Banjarbaru

College in Banjarbaru, Indonesia

stmik-banjarbaru.ac.id

Jl. Jenderal Ahmad Yani Km 33,5, Loktabat, Banjar Baru, Kalimantan Selatan 70714, Indonesia

STMIK Banjarbaru

STMIK Banjarbaru is officially formed on January 31, 2003, by the Director General of Higher Education on behalf of the Minister of Education and Culture as the only Undergraduate Level Higher Education Institution (S1) in Banjabaru, South Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Fields of study: Media, Information & Communication, Computer Science & Information Technology

Journals published by STMIK Banjarbaru:

141–160 of 192 results.

  • Supriyanto Supriyanto
    public Komunika • January 2009
    Sunan Kalijaga is one figure from Walisongo that often reconcile Islam with reality. He didn't destroy tradition orculture. Otherwise, he modifies content and core inside it with Islamic values. This ...
  • Sulkhan Chakim
    public Komunika • January 2009
    Javanese people, usually called Kejawen people, believe that all religions teach good values and spiritualpurity to reach perfection in life. They train their spiritual life and inner sense to achieve...
  • Fajar Hardoyono
    public Komunika • January 2009
    Environment has important role for supporting human activity. Basically, Environment gives resources which ishelpful for human activity to increase prosperity by exploring natural resources. As far as...
  • Alfisyah Alfisyah
    public Komunika • January 2009
    Pengajian is a kind of Islamic preaching which has been found in traditional Muslim community in Banjar, SouthKalimantan. Pengajian is the origin of the emergence of Islamic boarding school (pesantren...
  • Zaenal Abidin
    public Komunika • January 2009
    Stress is a mental condition that may results in the destruction of personal life, both physically and mentally. Stress may be driven by internal and external factors. Since it can negatively affect a...
  • Indra Aditiyawarman
    public Komunika • January 2009
    Moslem believed that Muhammad Rasulullah is God's messenger that delivered as light for all human being.prophecy about his arriving also have written on earlier holy books before Islam (torah and bibl...
  • Muridan Muridan
    public Komunika • January 2009
    M. Natsir was one of the most prominent figures in religious discourse and movement in Indonesia. He was ada'wa reformer as well as a politician and a statesman. His most well known ideas were about t...
  • Enung Asmaya
    public Komunika • January 2009
    Modernity is viewed differently in western and eastern/Islamic culture. In western, it is associated more on theissue of secularism, the separation between religious affairs and the state. Another iss...
  • Endang Widuri
    public Komunika • July 2008
    On April 3rd 2008, DPR enacted Act Number 14 about Disclosure Public Information (UU KIP). This act aimed toinstitutionalize law framework for public right fulfillment to access power implementation p...
  • Kholid Mawardi
    public Komunika • July 2008
    Emotional, cultural, and ideological vicinity between kiai kampoeng and NU's grassroots community hasmade kiai kampoeng have good sensitivity to them. At Japan occupation era, when NU's grassroots com...
  • Suparjo Suparjo
    public Komunika • July 2008
    This paper intends to analyze how Walisongo applied their cultural strategies to construct Indonesia Muslimsociety. It aims to give an alternative view in solving the discourse on the effective impact...
  • Aris Saefulloh
    public Komunika • July 2008
    For religious people, the existence of a religion will affect the deepest side of them. Through deepunderstanding, a religion will guide them to find the solutions of any problem. The complexity of ci...
  • Khusnul Khotimah
    public Komunika • July 2008
    Semiotic is a science about sign in form word, picture, sound and literary work. Semiotic often used asapproach to analyze text, in order to formulate structure and possible meaning, and often used as...
  • Munjin Munjin
    public Komunika • July 2008
    The value education plays an important role to form children's attitude. But it will be fruitless if it is just taught to the children by speech methode. Some experts claim that the appearing of negat...
  • Heru Marwata
    public Komunika • July 2008
    Literary works bring their spirit of age. Its mean that literary works cant be separated from certain time context. So,there's communication between literary and reality. Then, can we use “history” on...
  • Anwar Efendi
    public Komunika • July 2008
    Language in an advertisement has two functions. The first is language as a means of communication and thesecond is language as a means of forming social reality. The first function deals with its use ...
  • Nawawi Nawawi
    public Komunika • July 2008
    Dakwah is not only normative understanding of Islamic values, but also understanding human and environment condition as dakwah's target. In Dakwah activity, we often found many problems as Islamic val...
  • Muchamad Yuliyanto
    public Komunika • July 2008
    Horizontal conflict at Losari beginning from young men fight at two border area that going bigger and become social riot and plundering Chinese shops. Religion as prophetic teaching—that trying to dev...
  • Arif Hidayat
    public Komunika • July 2008
    The existence of cyberliterary is an impact of technology development. Cyberliterary become new alternativefor writer to communicate his works to people. From Indonesian literary domain, we can conclu...
  • Abdul Wachid
    public Komunika • July 2008
    Journalistic influence, originally only at actuality and space limit of newspaper literary rubric that affect the lengthof short story, poem, and literary critic. However, because intense state hegemo...
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