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MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan)
ISSN : 02158175     EISSN : 23032499     DOI : DOI: 10.29313/mimbar.v29i2.399
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Audit Sharia in Zakat Institutions: Study at BAZNAS West Java Province Sri Fadilah; Nurleli Nurleli; Kania Nurcholisah
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 36, No. 2, Year 2020 [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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Zakat institutions are institutions that apply sharia principles that must be audited by sharia, but in reality there are still few zakat institutions that have been audited for sharia. The basis for reviewing sharia auditing is from KMA No. 733 of 2018 concerning the implementation of sharia audits on zakat institutions. The research objective is to determine the implementation of sharia audits at zakat institutions. Techniques for collecting data: questionnaires, interviews, observation, documentation. The data analysis approach is a qualitative approach. The results of the research: (1) the scope of the sharia audit is the field of collection and distribution with auditors from the Ministry of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia; (2) sharia audit stage; planning, implementation and reporting stages; (3) audit results in the form of opinions according to or not in accordance with sharia and recommendations. For zakat institutions, the implementation of sharia sudit is very important as sharia accountability. Audit is one of the media to increase public trust in zakat institutions.
'Jong' Boat Competition in Preserving Malay Culture as a Tourist Attraction Oda I. B. Hariyanto
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 36, No. 2, Year 2020 [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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The uniqueness and tourism attraction in a destination motivates tourists to travel to visit the destination and they often participate in the attraction. The ‘Jong’ boat race is held every year in Sembulang Village in the context of welcoming 17th August, is a culture of fishermen who live on the coast. The ‘Jong Boat Race’ is a typical folk game of Malay culture which has been carried hereditary. The ‘Jong Boat Race’, opens the opportunities to become the tourist attractions, the first uniqueness of the ‘Jong Boat Race’ is it sails without a boat crew, the speed of boat is controlled by winds. The second uniqueness is the boat sails is made of striking colorful cloth, so that the boat’s owner can watch from afar; sometimes it looks as if the boat’s owner is chasing his boat in the wind. The third is the boat “Jong” is a folk game that contains stories as local genuises of fisherman lives. This study uses a descriptive method with a multidisciplinary approach, the reason is that tourism research is a social and cultural problem that requires a view and analysis from the various scientific perspectives. The study results are expected to the ‘Jong’s boat race to attract foreign and domestic tourists in attracting Malay culture
Government's Role in the Development of Blacksmiths Home Industry in Kampar Regency Data Wardana; Nurman Nurman; Muhd Ar. Imam Riauan
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 38, No. 1, (June, 2022) [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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This article discusses the home industry of blacksmith craftsmen which is a form of community business that can be empowered by the government. The aim is to find out and explain the role of the Kampar Regency Government in empowering blacksmith craftsmen. The collection of data and information was done through observation, interviews and documentation with qualitative data analysis methods. The results of the study prove that the role of the government in fostering the home industry of blacksmiths is as a coordinator by issuing various policies, as a facilitator (coordination, synchronization, and control) stimulator (integrating investment programs), and as a mediator (intermediary) cooperation with other business actors can be in the form of providing raw materials and marketing of handicrafts. The conclusion of this study is that the government plays a role in fostering blacksmiths as a policy-making coordinator, as a facilitator for business and environmental development, as a stimulator by opening up investment opportunities for companies.This article discusses the home industry ofblacksmith crafts which is aform of community business that can be empowered by thegovernment. The aim is to find out and explain the role of the KamparRegency Government in empowering blacksmith crafts. The collectionof data and information is done through observation, interviews anddocumentation with qualitative data analysis methods. The results ofthe study prove that the role of the government in fostering the homeindustry of blacksmiths is as a coordinator by issuing various policies,as a facilitator (coordination, synchronization, and control), stimulator(integrating investment programs), and as mediator (intermediary)that cooperates with other business actors in the form of providing rawmaterials and marketing the handicrafts. The conclusion of this studyis that the government plays a role in fostering blacksmiths as a policy-making coordinator, as a facilitator for business and environmentaldevelopment, and as a stimulator by opening up investmentopportunities for companies.
Consumption Patterns of Rural Community Users of Micro-Hydro Power Nufian S Febriani; Fitria Avicenna; Sinta Swastikawara
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 38, No. 1, (June, 2022) [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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One form of the environmentally friendly power plant is Micro Hydro Power (MHP). An area in East Java that uses MHP as a power source is Seloliman Village in Mojokerto. Although this village has the resources to produce electricity independently, not all residents are willing to use this energy for various reasons. This study aims to formulate consumption patterns of MHP users in rural areas based on socio-economic characteristics in development communication theory. To achieve this, quantitative research approaches and methods are used through the Near Ideal Linear Approximation Demand (LA/AIDS) system model using microdata from a survey that targets all residents in Seloliman Village up to fifty-three heads of families. Based on the results of previous studies, the researcher assumes that the consumption patterns of villagers are influenced by socioeconomic factors and the results show that in general socioeconomic characteristics play an important role in determining household energy consumption patterns
Evaluation of Satisfaction in Research and Community Service in University Atie Rachmiatie; Firmansyah Firmansyah; Raditya Pratama; Ferra Martian
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 38, No. 1, (June, 2022) [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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The evaluation of research and community service management in university is carried out institutionally. Indicators in national higher education standards need to be reviewed annually. The object of this research is the LPPM of the Universitas Islam Bandung (Unisba), using a quantitative approach with a survey method. Primary data were collected through questionnaires to the partner population through cluster sampling, internal samples of 191 and external samples of 87. Data analysis was descriptive with parametric statistical tests as descriptions on a Likert scale with eight sub-indicators of a satisfaction survey. Secondary data was collected through focus group discussions on internal and external stakeholders. The results showed that most of the respondents were satisfied with the management of research and community service managed by LPPM Unisba. However, there are suggestions that can be made, including third-party funding, research based on community needs, and conducting ongoing evaluations.
The Effectiveness of Monetary Policy and the Effect of Global Economic Shock on Net Financial Accounts in Indonesia Chenny Seftarita; Ferayanti ferayanti; Suriani Suriani
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 38, No. 1, (June, 2022) [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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The majority of recent research has looked at the effect of the crisis on capital flows. Using Indonesia as a case study, this study examines the efficacy of monetary policy and the impact of global economic shocks on the Net Financial Account, a component of the Balance of Payments, from 1989 to 2020. Dummy variables were used to assess global economic shocks for three crisis periods: the Asian financial crisis in 1998, the global financial crisis in 2008, and the Covid-19 pandemic, which has been ongoing since the end of 2019. The Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) model was used to examine the long-term and short-term relationships between variables. The findings of the calculation reveal that all variables, that is, monetary policy and global economic shocks, have a short-term and long-term relationship with the Net Financial Account. It is advised that the government and monetary authorities continue to improve economic fundamentals, including financial system stability. 
Kampung Hejo SAE: Design Assistance of a COVID-19-Resilience Neighborhood Weishaguna Weishaguna; Hilwati Hindersah; Verry Damayanti; Fachmy Sugih Pradifta
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 38, No. 1, (June, 2022) [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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The sense of community is felt to be essential during the COVID-19 pandemic. The social bonds have become a mechanism for community resilience from the pandemic impact. The residents of Pasanggrahan, Ujungberung have formed this bond with various socio-cultural activities by optimizing community assets which are supported by Wallagri, a nature-cultural self-subsistent organization. Kampung Hejo SAE is a local neighborhood park which long been used as a collaborative space for creativity, productivity, the accomplishment of all community elements, and served as a public space. Design assistance was conducted through a series of FGD to create a productive and self-sustained community center. The descriptive qualitative analysis of FGD’s result found that there is a need for a space for community activities such as organic waste composter, recycling inorganic waste, rainwater harvesting, urban farming, and children's playground and aesthetics upgrading. The results show an aspiration that Kampung Hejo Sae could be optimized to mitigate the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic such as the provision of isolation rooms and other sources of household-scale income.The sense of community is felt to be essential during the COVID-19 pandemic. The social bonds have become a community’scoping mechanism for community pandemicresiliencey from the pandemic impact. The residents of Pasanggrahan, Ujungberung have formed this bond with various socio-cultural activities by optimizing community assets which are supported by Wallagri, a nature-cultural self-subsistent organization. Kampung Hejo SAE is a local neighborhood park which long been used as a collaborative space for creativity, productivity, the accomplishment of all community elements, and served as a public space. Design assistance was conducted through a series of FGD to create a productive and self-sustained community center. The descriptive qualitative analysis of FGD’s result found that there is a need for a space for community activities space such as organic waste composter, recycling inorganic waste, rainwater harvesting, urban farming, and children's playground and aesthetics upgrading. The results show an aspiration that Kampung Hejo Sae could be optimized to mitigate the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic such as the provision of isolation rooms and other sources of household-scale income.
Shifting Functions And New Meanings Of The Ritual Of Rejecting “Treatment “The Malay From Serdang Bedagai Sutikno Sutikno; Wariyati Wariyati; Ramadi Ali
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 38, No. 1, (June, 2022) [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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The ritual of rejecting reinforcements is a culture of the Serdang Bedagai Malay Community. Now the ritual of rejecting reinforcements has a new function, from a traditional function, to a commercialization activity. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative descriptive method. The shift occurs due to several factors including the attitude of the people who are open and willing to accept the changing times and the flow of globalization. This makes rituals that were previously not commodity goods into commodities, changing the function and meaning of traditional rituals into processes of production, distribution and consumption. This is very impactful and gives a new meaning to Reject Bala which has an impact on socio-cultural life. This shift has had an impact on increasing the income of the Malay community of Serdang Bedagai by commercializing the tola bala culture. In addition, the strategy of inheriting the ritual of rejecting reinforcements to the Malay ethnicity in Serdang Bedagai is carried out in three forms, namely (1) empowerment, (2) documentation and (3 ) development
Insurance Literacy in Microinsurance Ownership among Instagram Users in Indonesia Maria Matahari; Retno Kusumastuti
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 38, No. 1, (June, 2022) [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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To encourage insurance purchases in Indonesia that has declined due to the COVID-19 pandemic, insurance companies start to popularize low cost microinsurance products. This study aims to analyze insurance literacy in microinsurance ownership among 106 Instagram users in Indonesia who have met the specified criteria. Insurance literacy is measured by several predetermined indicators. The data collected are analyzed using descriptive statistics analysis. The findings show that respondents with higher values of insurance literacy have a higher tendency to own microinsurance products than respondents with lower values of insurance literacy. The tendency to own microinsurance products is also determined by the demographic conditions of respondents, such as gender, education, marital status, employment, and income. This study emphasizes the need for developing a marketing strategy to improve insurance literacy education as the first measure to popularize microinsurance in Indonesia. 
Analysis of Strategic Variabel for Development of the Indonesia – Papua New Guinea Border Area Matheus Mika Gideon Rumbiak; Akhmad Fauzi; Dedi Budiman Hakim; Lala Kolopaking
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 38, No. 1, (June, 2022) [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
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The Republic of Indonesia (RI) - Papua New Guinea (PNG) is one of the national borders on the island of Papua and is located very strategically from a cultural, social, economic and political perspective. This region is an underdeveloped area with various complexities of problems in it. Nevertheless, in the context of improving people's welfare and maintaining states overeignty. This study aims to analyze strategic variables in the development of the RI-PNG border area with a prospective analysis approach using the MICMAC (Matrix of Cross Impact Analysis) method. The results showed that the key variables that have a strong influence and little dependence on the development of the RI-PNG border area are customary leadership, regulation, border governance, budget support and public infrastructure. These variables are also the driving variables that affect the overall development system.

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