JALINAN SAINS DAN SASTRA: PENERAPAN METODE INVESTIGATIF DETEKTIF BAGI MAHASISWA BIDANG HUMANIORA

https://doi.org/10.5614/sostek.itbj.2019.18.2.11

Authors

  • Lestari Manggong Universitas Padjadjaran
  • Kamelia Gantrisia Universitas Padjadjaran
  • Ida Farida Universitas Padjadjaran

Keywords:

identifikasi masalah, metode investigatif detektif, deduksi holmes, penalaran diagnostik

Abstract

Tulisan ini berfokus pada jalinan antara sains dan sastra dengan mengeksplorasi penanganan masalah paling umum yang dihadapi mahasiswa kajian sastra dalam menulis esai terutama pada tahap identifikasi masalah. Penelitian ini menelaah praktik dalam menerapkan metode investigatif detektif yang merupakan turunan dari metode deduksi sherlock holmes untuk membantu mengurai tahap yang diperlukan dalam mengidentifikasi masalah. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk memetakan alur penalaran diagnostik yang diperoleh dari penerapan metode investigatif detektif tersebut. Tulisan ini merujuk pada Rapezzi et al. (2005),Wagner (2006), dan Livingstone et al. (2016) sebagai landasan konsep investigatif detektif, konsep investigasi holmes, dan penyertaan teknologi digital dalam kelas. Tulisan ini pada akhirnya menawarkan cara penerapan metode investigatif detektif sebagai model penalaran diagnostik kepada mahasiswa kajian sastra. Simpulan dari tulisan ini adalah formula alur penalaran diagnostik terdiri atas kegiatan mengobservasi, mendeduksi, dan mendeteksi inkonsistensi.

This paper focuses on the interweaving between science and literature by exploring a study in tackling the most common problem encountered by students of literary studies in writing essays, which is, identifying the problems. The study analyzes the practice of applying detective’s investigative method which is a part of Sherlock Holmes’ deduction method, to dismantle the stages needed in the process of problem identification. This study aims to map out the flow of diagnostic reasoning from the previously mentioned method. This paper refers to Rapezzi et al. (2005), Wagner (2006), and Livingstone et al. (2016) as founding concepts of detective’s and Holmes’ investigations, and incorporation of digital technology in the classroom. This paper ultimately proposes ways on how detective investigative method can be applied as a model of diagnostic reasoning to students of literary studies. The paper concludes with a formula that the flow of diagnostic reasoning comprises of stages namely observing, deducing, and detecting inconsistencies.

Author Biographies

Lestari Manggong, Universitas Padjadjaran

Departemen Susastra dan Kajian Budaya

Program Studi Sastra Inggris

Jabatan fungsional: Lektor

Kamelia Gantrisia, Universitas Padjadjaran

Departemen Susastra dan Kajian Budaya

Program Studi Sastra Jerman

Ida Farida, Universitas Padjadjaran

Departemen Susastra dan Kajian Budaya

Program Studi Sastra Inggris

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2019-10-28

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