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Transcript: The student doesn't come out of college with the ability to work in many fields of advertising. They graduate with an overview knowledge, that isn't enought to set they on the labor market. The student doesn't feel capable to practice the profession only with what they have learned in class. Depending of the University the teachers have an academic background and not a market approach needs a way to get more prepared for future in her career Mariana, 22 years old, who has just finished graduation in Advertisement and have been working as copywriter in the last 2 years. If you were able to make any direct observations of the person you interviewed in action, here is where you describe what you observed (feel free to delete this once you copy the template) • Having experience is more important than a degree. • She is letting the flow conducts her, at least, at this moment. • As she has just finished graduation she is going to change her behavior, trying to be more professional. because the college didn't provided deep knowledge The problem statement encapsulates the need for the stakeholder you will continue working on for next week During the graduation I have developed a critical thinking which is fundamental for my function. I have developed my skills more from the market labor, than from the university. Despite the course has a practical approach in the last two years, its doesn’t work in the same way. I would be lost now, if I hadn’t been working during my college. The experience is very important in our field, mainly in creative area. I looked for attending a course outside the college to improve my knowledge in the creative area and learn more about the career in Advertising, but all this could have been teached at the college. The university doesn’t help the student to think about their career. It only keeps up the internship, not worrying about the future of the student. I can’t imagine what I will be doing in 5 years time, and it scares me. I’m a very organized person and not having a plan for the future is very worrying. The college doesn't prepare you to be a "Professional advertiser" and to performing all duties that are related to the course. What makes you professional is the labor market. I would like to have left the college more capable to work in another field of Advertising, but I only feel confident to work as a copywriter and in marketing, maybe. The changes that I feel after graduating are that I can’t justify my actions based on the fact that I’m just student. My responsibilities increased, as well as the perceived value of my work. Here is where you add what your interviewee said (feel free to delete this once you copy the template) Makes notes here about all the things that surprised you from the interview, and those that challenged the assumptions you had. Make inferences here about the person's feelings, deriving from the SAY and DO quadrants • She is happy at the moment, but she becomes apprehensive when asked about the future. • She feels that the future can be very different. There isn't a goal defined. • Mariana is a very outgoing person, always in a good mood with their colleagues. • During the day, she often visits their colleagues, to see what they are doing. • She seems to be very focused during the working time. • When she has too much work, she gets more quiet than she used to be. • I didn't see her exchanging information with her supervisor in person. The same doesn't happen with their colleagues copywriters. Make inferences here about the person's thoughts, deriving from the SAY and DO sections Mariana, 22 years old, who has just finished graduation in Advertisement and have been working as copywriter in the last 2 years.

Indonesia Mind Map

Transcript: Zaina othman Indonesia Mind Map 24.1.18 Physical Geography Physical Geography - 1.905 million km² - (straits, bays, and other bodies of water) - Popular for good tradings and Economic factors. - Tourism Land Area Land Area - Agricultural Land: 31.46 % - Arable: 13.0% - Pasture: 21.3% - Forest: 65.4% - Other: 14% Land use of (Argicultural Density) Land use of (Argicultural Density) - Indonesia is headed towards Southeast Asia and the fourth most populous country on earth after China, India, and the United States. - Jakarta the largest city and the capital of Indonesia. - The current population is 261.1 million people. Population Studies Population Studies Images Of Population Studies Images Of Population Studies - occasional floods - severe droughts - tsunamis Natural Hazards and Environmental Concerns. Natural Hazards and Environmental Concerns. In Indonesia Their are many natural disasters that end up with many people losing their homes, and lives. This leads to Push Factors of migration. yet, in this case a person is not forcing one to migrate, therefore it's nature that is taking control of the Push Factor, when People are forced to leave their homes due to destruction as an affect of the disasters. Natural Disasters Natural Disasters Images Images Human Geography Human Geography - 69.07 years Life Expectancy Life Expectancy - 3,570.29 USD GDP per capita GDP per capita - According to UNESCO Indonesia it has an adult literacy rate of 95.38%. While the male literacy rate is 97.17%, for females is 93.59%. Literacy rate Literacy rate - 2.44 births per woman Birth rate Birth rate - 22.99 deaths per thousand live births. Infant Mortality Infant Mortality - The indonesian HDI is based upon Cultural Organization - Poeple in Indonesia are belived to live a healthy life as long as there are no natural disasters occurring. HDI HDI Migration Migration - Push and Pull factors are factors, in which they either force people into migration, or attract them. - In this situation, Push factors are when forcing one to migrate, and Pull Factors is when attracting one to migrate. Push & Pull Factors Push & Pull Factors Images For Push Factors Images For Push Factors Images For Pull Factors Images For Pull Factors Push Factors In Indonesia Push Factors In Indonesia There are many Push Factors Inondonesia that include: More Natural Disasters – Floods, Earthquakes and Storms. Crowded – Due to a large population. Less Living Space – Also due to a large population. Heavy Traffic Slums – Being forced to be stuck in the slums because of lack of money. Images Images There are many Pull Factors in Indonesia that include: - More Work Opportunity - Higher Paying Jobs - Easier Access to Food and More Variety of Food - A Better Future for Children Pull Factors In Indonesia Pull Factors In Indonesia Jakarta, is Indonesia's massive capital, that sits on the northwest coast of the island of Java. The old town, Kota Tua, is home to Dutch colonial buildings, Glodok (Jakarta’s Chinatown) and the old port of Sunda Kelapa, where traditional wooden schooners dock. Tourism Tourism A historic mix of cultures Japanese, Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and European, has influenced its architecture, language and cuisine. Positives Of Tourism Positives Of Tourism Since there are many natraul disaters caused in Indonesia, tourism can sometimes, go the wrongway, as tourists might experience a natrual disaster, and might never visit Indonesia again. Negatives Of Tourism Negatives Of Tourism Images Images Ecotourism Ecotourism Ecotourism it is one of the most popular activities that special tourist experience in indonesia.

Indonesia Map

Transcript: Primary Education In Indonesia education is centrally controlled by the ministry of national education. 6 years in primary school and 3 years in junior high school are compulsory. The primary phase follows on after optional pre-school playgroups that may commence in a child’s third year. Most elementary schools are government controlled. Some offer accelerated programs that compress the phase to 5 years. As Islamic education system operates in parallel to this. Middle Education Junior high school offers a bridge between the gentler pace of the elementary phase, and the challenges of senior high school that may follow. It also assists educators to determine a possible future direction for their students. The Islamic education system continues to provide an alternative. Secondary Education There are two different kinds of Indonesian high schools providing two streams of education for those who choose to optionally enroll. One of these is aimed at those who intend to go on to university. The other is for those who plan to find jobs right away. Other young people choose the Islamic alternative. Vocational Education Vocational training is mainly provided by private training colleges and initiatives by donor countries. Unfortunately this continues to occur mainly in the cities. This continues to condemn most of the rural poor to a life of drudgery and manual labor. Tertiary Education Indonesia Education there are 4 kinds of tertiary education institutions in Indonesia, namely polytechnics, academies, institutes and universities. Some of these are state controlled, some are religiously affiliated and some are privately funded. The oldest is the University of Indonesia founded in 1947. It enjoys a prestigious local reputation and was ranked among the top 50 in Asia in May 2011. Traditionally, Indonesian families were large, because more children were believed to bring more blessings. However, in the 1970s and 1980s, overpopulation was an issue. With this, they started campaigns to spread ideas that families should have two kids. With this, it is now average to have two kids per family. A family usually consists of a mother, father and her children, though grandparents can stay in the household as well. When they do this, they are strong authority figures and give advice to their children and grand children. It is also common for an elderly parent to move in with their grown children when they can no longer take care of themselves. The parents main goal is to raise children that are respectful, polite, and religious children. It is important for families to send their children through a proper education, though if that is tough, in some areas the boys will be prioritized over the girls. Once they marry, parents most of the time do not contribute to their children's financials. The father is almost always the head of the family. It is common for the mother to do housework, care for her children, and help with some of the decisions for the child. It is very important for a girl to know how to cook, so they learn and prepare meals for their family often. Soccer is the country's most popular sport, with soccer fields being plentiful. Also, many Indonesians are involved in badminton. Basketball is gaining popularity, as well as volleyball, cycling, martial arts, and tennis. 'Gamelan' is the traditional music from Central- and East Java and Bali. Another popular style of music is 'Dangdut' which is listened to while free style dancing. Other forms of music include the Keroncong,the Sasando music from West Timor and Degung and Angklung from West Java, which is played with bamboo instruments. It is a very common activity to watch television. Along with this, many children are enrolled in dance classes. Large numbers of people enjoy playing chess, socializing, and flying kites, as well. Balinese paintings are very popular throughout Indonesia. Also, statues are a long standing traditional artwork, that is valued both during and long after it is created. Similar to girls, boys are commonly encouraged and enrolled in higher education, such as university. In urban ares, Indonesian men usually marry between after they have secured a job to marry, so that they are able to support a family. In rural areas, they usually marry between the ages of fifteen and twenty. After they receive a job, the average salary of an Indonesian is 315,517,638 IDR or US $14,203. The men in a family usually provide for their families where the women watch over the children, and do the housework. After high school, it is common for parents to encourage their children to move on to university. Also, they usually marry. In rural areas, arranged marriages are very common. Most of the time, Indonesians marry between the ages of 15 and 20. After marriage, the women many times has kids, and watches over them and does housework while her husband works. Ethnic/Racial Groups Population (in thousands) 246864.2 Literacy Rate 98.8% Secondary Education Enrollment

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