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Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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The problem of poor student education: Capital limitation & decision making in higher education Kartika, Rika
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 1 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i1.32268

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This study aims to analyze how poor students learning problems are within the limitations of capital. And then, to explore how the decision making of poor students to continue higher education. The study was conducted at a private high school, East Jakarta, using a qualitative approach and case study method. Data collection techniques with interviews, observation, and study documents. The problem of low student education will continue as long as social class differences exist. The contrast of social class plays a role in almost all aspects of education, like learning achievement and educational choices differences. This study shows poor students' inability to get learning achievement because limited economic capital makes the other money little. Poor students who have low achievement don't pursue higher education. They chose to work early, appearing almost as an "unconscious strategy" to survive in an environment full of restrictions and shortcomings. This confirms the existence of poor student habitus that determines in explaining the disposition to work early. And then, poor students who have high achievements tend to go college but resisted the risk of not choose a favorite public university.
Directive speech act in President Joko Widodo's speech related to handling coronavirus (Covid-19) in Indonesia (Pragmatic review) Sari, Desi Novita; Utomo, Asep Purwo Yudi
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 1 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i1.32072

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Knowing the type of speech act is very important to understand to see the kind of speech act and its meaning and purpose behind the utterance. The purpose of this study is to describe the types, forms, and meanings or intentions of speech acts in the president's speech related to the handling of the coronavirus, especially with pragmatic studies. The type of research used is qualitative research. This study's data source is the video source contained in the upload of an account on Youtube. The data in this study are all speech acts, which are directive speech acts. The data collection techniques used are recording, observation, observation, and note-taking. The results showed: first, the directive speech acts consist of speech acts by asking, inviting, pleading, ordering, and prohibiting. Second, the speech act is in the form of an oral form, an utterance uttered by the president in his speech regarding the coronavirus's handling, which tends to be qualitative. Third, the purpose of this directive speech act has several meanings, namely to influence, invite, something, tell or explain something, expect attention, forbid, praise, criticize, and as a form of channeling complaints.
The effect of e-wom and brand image towards Sushi Masa consumer purchasing decision Kamil, Nur Aiman Ikhwan; Albert, Albert
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 1 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i1.31020

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This digital age, people are using digital technology to facilitate all kinds of activities. Sushi Masa Jakarta, uses Zomato as one of their media as an E-WOM facility for consumers to express their feelings. In addition, the Authentic Sushi Image cannot be separated from Sushi Masa. The purpose of this study is to find out whether there is effects of E-WOM and Authentic Brand Image towards consumer purchasing decisions, partially and simultaneously. The theory used is Stimulus Response, supported by other marketing communication concepts. The method used is quantitative based on positive paradigm, considers the social reality can be proven scientifically. Data collection used were questionnaires with Likert scale. The results found the effect of E-WOM and Brand Image together towards consumer purchasing decisions by 62.9%. The author suggest that Sushi Masa can maintain E-WOM and Brand Image that has been built so that consumers continue to making purchasing decisions.
Where is the violence in identity-related violence? The generative potentiality of violence in ethno-religious conflict and mass purging in Indonesia Riyanto, Geger
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 1 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i1.34715

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This article argues that we have to address the generative potentiality of violence in drawing a rigorous depiction of identity-related violence. Works on identity-related violence often explain the violence as culminating from the perpetrators’ sense of identity. Even though to some extent such an explanation sheds light on the perpetrators’ motivation, it is prone to reducing the actuality of violence to a mere epiphenomenon. In actual circumstances of conflict and purging, the frightening and engrossing horror of violence convincingly imposes the antagonistic discursive boundary of self and other on the involved subject’s senses. As an efficacious embodiment of identity, violence also entails the subjects perpetually performing it in a way that reinforces the facticity of the fictive categories of identity and eventually escalates the violence. This article makes its case through an examination of two incidents of massive violence in Indonesia: the 1966-69 communists purging and the 1999-2002 ethno-religious conflict in Maluku.
Media-social behavior of Muhammadiyah members in China in the framework of Alexander Wendt's international communication constructivism Fadillah, Dani; Jandevi, Uspal
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 1 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i1.34604

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This paper aims to determine how the social media behavior carried out by Muhammadiyah members in China after the Chinese government's viral repressive action towards the Uighur ethnic minority in the Xinjiang region. As an Islamic-based social organization, and even more geographically, both live in China, the Head of the Special Branch of Muhammadiyah China, the Nanjing Regional, certainly has its study regarding the issue which may have a different point of view from the views of most Indonesians on this matter and take action. to respond of the news that, the response of most Indonesians after the virality of the issue. Therefore, the author tries to explain how Muhammadiyah members' media behavior in China and their opinions to build amid Indonesian society after the viral news above uses constructivism logic developed by Alexander Wendt. This paper's conclusion shows that there are efforts by Muhammadiyah cadres in China to calm the heating up the domestic atmosphere as a form of creating a more conducive atmosphere between China and Indonesia.
From the centre to periphery: The Middle Eastern impacts on Islamic education in Indonesia ZTF, Pradana Boy
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 1 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i1.34702

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This paper traces Middle Eastern elements in Islamic education in Indonesia by looking at their institutions, curricula, method of teaching, orientations, and Islamic ideological transmission. The information on values and impacts of Indonesian and Middle Eastern Islam takes a one-way traffic pattern in general terms. The dynamics of Islam in Middle Eastern regions will fundamentally affect the practice and dynamic of Islam in Indonesia. This paper maps out Middle Eastern components' influence on the course of education run by these two largest Islamic organizations in Indonesia, Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama'. However, following the New Order's fall, many Islamic groups emerged; education offered by these new groups and orientations is also worthy of evaluation. In the modernist group, the idea and practice of Islamic reform, which constitutes one of its significant agendas, mostly echoed the similar and earlier movements in the Middle East. Similarly, traditionalist groups are often described as the revivers of more locally-rooted Islamic practice, and therefore, they tend to blend local and Middle Eastern elements within their religious way. 

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