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Analysis of lecturer's experience in the implementation of ICT in teaching economics to undergraduates Floria, Kabora
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 12, No 2 (2016): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v12i2.11632

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This research aims to reveal: (1) the use of ICT by the economics lecturers in the Faculty of Economics, Yogyakarta State University; (2) the reality of their skill in using ICT in teaching; and (3) the impact of ICT use on teaching. This research used the qualitative phenomenology approach. The goal is to describe a “lived experience” of lecturers in the implementation of ICT in teaching Economics to undergraduate students than to explain their experiences. The result reveals three findings. First, the use of ICT in the Faculty of Economics, Yogyakarta State University is that the Internet is used for browsing, LCD projectors for visualizing materials, and Be-Smart (e-learning) for learning support. Second, the lecturers’ skill in using ICT in teaching is in the average level. It is also noticed that the male lecturers are more competent in ICT than female lecturers. Third, the impacts of ICT use on teaching are the increase of the competence and the confidence of the lecturers to transfer knowledge. 
Dialectical Islamic and Confucian traditions within ASEAN to hinder the clash of civilization Rochmat, Saefur
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 12, No 2 (2016): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v12i2.11641

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In the globalization era the clash of civilizations becomes our concern due to culture being the only aspect of human living not affected by globalization. But all aspects of human living are substantially related to culture for their meaning as well as the identity of certain groups differing from others. The clash of civilization discourses was ignited by Samuel P. Huntington who perceives the unification of Islamic Civilization and Confucian Civilization as the greatest threat to America. Inevitably the US has tried to attract the Confucian Civilization as its ally, leaving its former allies, the ASEAN countries, with their strong Islamic influence. However the ASEAN members have strong internal cohesion so they are able to manage the challenge and increase their bargaining power. Then ASEAN is able to moderate the clash of civilization.This essay tries to analye ASEAN’s success in protecting its Moslem members from the clash of civilization, such as interventions and pre-emptive strikes imposed by the US. This is due to the ASEAN’s model of security community which enabled dialogue amongst civilizations possible, especially Confucian and Islamic ones. ASEAN provides the opportunity for its Moslem members to have better bargaining power, such as in the case of Indonesia which has relatively strong power in the ASEAN to direct the courses of the organization. As result the US’s realist approach in the form of security regime had been modified to suit the Indonesian case. Indeed the US should develop dialogue with Moslem in formulating terrorism policies in Indonesia n order to have effective policies that do not endanger human security.
The history of the development of SD Muhammadiyah Kauman Yogyakarta from 1980 to 2015 Swe, Ye Lin
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 12, No 2 (2016): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v12i2.11630

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The purpose of the research is to reveal (1) the historical background of SD Muhammadiyah Kauman, (2) the development of SD Muhammadiyah Kauman from 1980 to 2015, and (3) the learning model which is applied at SD Muhammadiyah Kauman. This research used the historical research method focusing more on the development of the history SD Muhammadiyah Kauman Yogyakarta from 1980 to 2015. There were five steps in this study: choosing topics, heuristics, primary source, secondary sources and critical resources when collecting the data. The techniques of collecting data are interview, documentation, observation, books and literature study.  The result of this research shows that SD Muhammadiyah Kauman after the collaboration with SD Muhammadiyah Sapen makes good progress in administration of school, an increase of the number of students, and infrastructure of the school which gets better than before. The development of quality and quantity of students from year to year. The other result is the model of learning which is applied at SD Muhammadiyah Kauman is accordance with the needs of IPTEK, model of learning through playing, observation, and discussion between the teacher and the students, and to find ideas of student himself through reading books in the school library.Keywords: Education, the school of Muhammadiyah, curriculum
Equality of women in rural household at different environmental geography Hastuti, Hastuti
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 12, No 2 (2016): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v12i2.11640

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The research aimed to understanding the equality of women in rural households with environmental differences geography. Research location is in Brayut and Kaliadem, village with environmental differences geograhpy. Data were collected by structured interview structured interview data were analyzed descriptively quantitatively by using frequency tables, and descriptive qualitative data analysis in-depth interviews.The results showed, Brayut has a geography conducive environment characteristics, relatively flat, dominated wetland, better accessibility, land use competition tighter and more varied economic activities. Kaliadem geography has less conducive environment, dominated by dry land scattered with steep to very steep slope, accessibility is not good, the whole household livelihood from agriculture, livestock, and utilize the resources around. On the whole household outpouring of women's time for household activities more. Kaliadem outpouring husband's time to work on the most wealthy households and the outpouring of the time most women to work in poorer households. Household decision-making activities both hamlets compared dominant role of women over the role of men. Decision-making on agriculture and livestock in the men's role more prominent Brayut compared women, and in Kaliadem women and men have a balanced role. Investment activity is more prominent in Brayut. The involvement of women in public life does not necessarily affect the role of women in decision making and domestic public domain unless decisions on household activities.
The emergence and development history of Demak Bintoro Kingdom Rokhman, M Nur; Yuliana, Lia; Zulkarnain, Zulkarnain
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 12, No 2 (2016): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v12i2.11637

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This research is aimed to find the emergence and development of Demak kingdom. This research used the five stages historical research method according to Kuntowijoyo, which are topic selection, heuristic, verification, interpretation and writing. Kasultanan Demak is the first Islamic kasultanan in Java which was founded by Raden Patah in 1478. Demak area covers Jepara, Semarang, Tegal, Lembang, Jambi, islands among Kalimantan and Sumatera and some areas in Kalimantan islands. The glory era was in Sultan Trenggana administration who ruled from 1521-1546 M. After the death of Sultan Trenggana, there was power seizure in Demak Kingdom. This seizure occured between the Prince of Sekar Seda ing Lepen and Sunan Prawata who was the only son of Sultan Trenggana. Thus, there was murder conducted by Sunan Prawata towards the Prince of Sekar Seda ing Lepen. The son of Prince of Sekar Seda ing Lepen whose name was Arya Panangsang from Jipang avenged his father’s death by murdering Sunan Prawoto. One of dukes who fighted againts Arya Panangsang was Joko Tingkir. He was one of Sultan Trenggono’s son-in-law and ruled in Pajang. Reputedly, Joko Tingkir had purebred line of Majapahit that is Brawijaya V who was expelled by Girindrawardhana and subserved in Demak Kingdom.   Keywords: maket, administration, and Islam Mataram
Social skill assessment for transvestives through the implementation of social problem solving method Aman, Aman
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 12, No 2 (2016): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v12i2.11639

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This study is aimed to know: 1) how the steps of assessment instrumen building of social skill for transvestives through social problem solving method are, 2) instrument appropriateness of transvestives’ social skill assessment is. This study uses Research and Development method consisting of four stages, which are: (1) introduction stage, (2) design organizing stage of  social skill assessment instrument for transvestives as the development of initial product form, (3) trial, evaluation and revision stage, and (4) implementation stage.  The numbers of transvestives who become the sample in each trial in 2015 is 5 transvestives selected using purposive sampling. The data collection technique uses FGD, questionaire, observation, and documentation techniques. The data validation uses expert validation, while the accuracy of qualitative data uses source triangulation technique, theory and method. The quantitative data analysis is conducted using descriptive and qualitative data analytic technique with interactive model. Based on the research result, it is concluded as follow: 1) the steps of instrument building on social skill assessment for transvestives through the implementation of social problem solving model are through : a) introductory study to construct theoretical framework, b) plan and organize instrument through FGD and expert validation, c) limited trial or individual test, evaluation and revision of instrument. The guidelines of expert validation result instrument indicates average score as 3.89 which means that the guideline is good or appropriate to test. Also, based on the transvestivesassessment in individual trial indicates good result with average score of 3.69. Meanwhile, the character education model of Social Problem Solving (SPS) for transvestives as the effort to develop their social skill in Special Region of Yogyakarta indicates good result with average score of 3.80.
Revitalization of South Sulawesi socio-cultural values relating to democracy in the era of regional autonomy Jumadi, Jumadi; Nur, Rifai; Patahuddin, Patahuddin
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 12, No 2 (2016): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v12i2.11638

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This research aims to understand the principles of democracy enforcement in the implementation of regional autonomy, to promote and to revitalize the South Sulawesi socio-cultural values relating to the issue of democracy in the era of regional autonomy, the development of the region potency and the diversity of community to achieve regional and national progress. South Sulawesi since the empire era has posessed socio-cultural values that are closely related to the principles of democracy enforcement. The Socio-cultural values are potential for the regional development, especially in the era of regional autonomy. Social values, one of them are embedded in the democracy principles and foundations in South Sulawesi as the legal basis for organizing the kingdom in South Sulawesi: “rusa’ taro datu, ten rusa’ taro ade’, rusa’ taro ade’ ten rusa’ taro anang, rusa’ anang  ten rusa’ taro tomaegae”.means that the decision of datu / king can be canceled by ade ' (council) but the decision of  ade' can not be canceled by the king / datu, the decision of ade' can be canceled by public figures, but the willingness of public figures can not be canceled by public figures, the willingness of public figures can be canceled by the society, but the willingness of the society can not be canceled by public figures. This means the highest decision belongs to the society. Keywords: Socio-Cultural Values and Democracy in the era of regional Autonomy.
State and the statecract of the centrals of government Mataram Islam Kingdom in Java Murdiyastomo, HY Agus
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v12i2.11634

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This study is aimed to examine the dynamic of Islamic Mataram kingdom, focusing more on administrative system in Islam Mataram. This research used the five stages historical research method according to Kuntowijoyo, which are topic selection, heuristic, verification, interpretation and writing. Panembahan Senopati defeated Pajang and built a palace in Kotagede which later was used by Mataram kings until their peak of glory under Sultan AgungHanyakrakusuma. However the defeat of Mataram from VOC caused them to lose their ground, moreover after Sultan AgungHanyakrakusuma deceased. His successor, Amangkurat I think that Kotagede as the central of economic activities considered to be no longer suitable for the central of government. Therefore he ordered to move the palace from Kotagede to Pleret. Raden Mas Rahmat, as ‘Amangkurat II’, didn’t want to go back to Pleret because it had been taken by Puger Prince, and then built new palace in Kartasura.  Amangkurat III escaped to the east when Kartasura was taken. But this palace would also be abandoned later, and moved to Surakarta when Pakubuwono II ruled the place. Mataram moved its government four times, from Kotagede, Plered, Kartasura, and lastly, Surakarta.Keywords: government, Islamic Mataram.

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