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Halal tourism in social science discipline: A literature review Rahmat, Al Fauzi
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 17, No 2 (2021): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v17i2.39287

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Halal tourism is a new segment in tourism studies that have received attention and has now proliferated. Past studies have not been so deep in treading global scientific literature on halal tourism studies on tracking its evolution and trends among scientific journal which focuses on social science discipline. Therefore, this article is based on a systematic literature review analysis of halal tourism in social science discipline as an effort to improve our understanding of previous halal tourism studies. Data were obtained from the academic database Scopus, 31 articles were obtained about halal tourism in social science discipline, and the data period was collected from the beginning to the end of 2020. The data is illustrated using two applications, namely NVIVO and VOSViewer, as the primary tools for analyze qualitative data, which selected; (VOSViewer; Keyword Co-occurrence Network Maps and Trend (KCNM/T)), (NVIVO; Hierarchy Chart (HC), word frequencies (WF), and Explore Diagram Analysis (EDA)). The results showed that, from 31 journals, Stephenson (2014) has the most influence with high cited, besides, Tourism Management as a journal name that identified many articles published there, and Routledge as a publisher with a high total journal on Halal Tourism, and Indonesia as a country that high mention time. Specifically, various approaches and distributions based on methodology, objectives, and geography were the research's focus. Recent trends and the dominant frequency of words from the study of halal tourism have shown several scholars' high interest. In the halal tourism studies on social sciences discipline, previous scholars have carried out many different research segments, namely, tourism issues, product issues, destination issues, travel issues, service issues, and market issues. Future research is also considered in this article
“Nomenclature changes, essence unchanged”: Peripheral prisons reform and refusal to alter deterrence for rehabilitation Ajiboye, Babatope Matthew; Awe, Ene Norah; Akinyemi, Olabambo Evelyn
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 17, No 2 (2021): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v17i2.42758

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The study focused on the Nigerian correctional institution and its mandate at rehabilitating convicts in preparedness for life outside bar and by implication reintegrating reformed individuals who are believed to pose no further threat to serenity of the society. Nigerian Correctional Service, previously known as Nigerian Prison Service, like its peer institution in the world, is primarily saddled with the responsibility to correct and reform convicts with the intent of reintegration back to conventional society. However, in Nigeria, this idea is render null and void with the broad-spectrum conception that when a person is sentenced to serve a jail term, that ultimately signifies the end of his or her worth in the society. Hence, the paper interrogates the Nigerian Correctional Service as an institution vested with the priority of making convicts better individuals. Emphasis was placed on the purported reformation of the institution in 2019. A secondary source was used for data collection and the content analytical approach was adopted which led to inferences drawn and logical conclusion established. The work reveals problems of welfare, infrastructural decay, and congestion coupled with pseudo rehabilitation obtainable in the institution. The study recommends that the Nigerian criminal justice system deserve an overhaul.
The impact of editorial policies and journal models on the number of articles on social humanities and communication studies related to Covid-19; Evidence from international and Indonesian scholarly work Anshori, Mahfud; Prabowo, Henricus Hans Setyawan
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 17, No 2 (2021): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v17i2.39552

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This study examines scientific publications during a pandemic through bibliometric network analysis. We explored three different journal databases to map COVID-19 research in humanities and social sciences, then zoom in to communication studies. Government policy, e-learning, anxiety, economic impact are popular keywords in international and Indonesian articles on Social and Humanities, while disinformation, health communication, behavior change, and literacy are more prominent in communication articles. The researcher chose the keyword occurrence analysis as the basis for mapping the research theme. The bibliographic network was deployed in three strategies to obtain keyword data co-occurrence from research abstracts, keywords from researchers, and coder's approval keywords. Lastly, Vos viewer is used to creating macro and detailed perspective networks for interpretation. The results show that journal policies and models affect the number of COVID-19 publications in the journal. Finally, this study provides an overview that normative theory and behaviorism play a role in social and communication research.
Alquran communication patterns and efforts to build positive communication Sumarlan, Iman; Firmansyah, Rizki; Darmawan, Hendra
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 17, No 2 (2021): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v17i2.43624

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Communication is an important matter in social life in building understanding and togetherness. This study aims to analyze the pattern of positive communication in the Alquran. This research paper uses a qualitative with analisys texts method, with a descriptive and interpretative approach to obtain clear information from the Alquran in communicating. Human relations are not built properly if they ignore the values and main aspects of communicating, namely honesty, truth, and clarity. All aspects that in recent years have diminished and may have disappeared. Alquran as a holy book contains kalamullah as a form of communication to humans which is loaded with various communication messages so that it can be used as a guide for humans to interact because the Alquran presents an ideal picture in communicating. This study uses a qualitative approach with a analisys teks method from the book of commentaries and sources with other similar topics.
Women and gender stereotyping in media from the point of view of structuration theory Akalili, Awanis; Sari, Indah Olivia
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 17, No 2 (2021): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v17i2.40326

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This research is a thought process on social structure that is not understood as the consequence of human repetitive action. This has become folkways, causing gender stereotyping of women even more perpetuated by media's various narrations. This research aims to describe gender stereotyping of women in Indonesian television media. This was done by analyzing the broadcasting shows by using Gidden's theory of structuration. This descriptive research is a literary study that includes books, journals, researches and websites as the data. The collected data then analyzed by using Giddens' structuration theory. This article began with the review on structuration theory. Next is a review on structuration theory from the point of view of commmunication study. The gender stereotyping of women case in the media was then broken down and analyzed by using structuration theory. The result showed that the agent's action and the structure are inseparable, in harmony with Gidden's concept of duality. In fact, many women have put up a fight against this gender stereotyping through social-feminist movements. On the other hand, they actually do follow the existing structure both unconsciously and consciously. This structure, however, is still growing among the people of modern society.
Community governance with habitus in bonding to prevent SARS-CoV-2 pandemic transmission Haryani, Tiyas Nur
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 17, No 2 (2021): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v17i2.40514

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Many areas at lowest level like kampong and village have initiatives in community governance terminology to prevent the SARS-CoV-2 transmission in their neighborhood formerly constituting green zone.  Community governance will be followed by bonding containing habitus inherent to society structure. This research was conducted in some villages throughout Surakarta Ex-Residency, involving observation and documentattion in Gatak, Banaran, Mojolaban Sub District of Sukoharjo Regency, Karangpandan Sub District of Karanganyar Regency and Kranggan Village of Polanharjo Sub District of Klaten Regency. Data was collected through interview, observation, and documentation. The result of study showed that innovation and productivity arose in community governance in Kranggan Village of Klaten Regency, as indicated with the presence of Karantani program. It is the planting or farming program for Persons under Surveillance or nomads (wanderers) going back to their village. Community leadership, community empowerment and community ownership arise in community governance in Kranggan Village. Furthermore, people should rekindle habitus related to embung (water reservoir), lumbung (communal rice barn), and saung (hut) post-pandemic considered as important in this Covid-19 pandemic period.
Analyzing the practice of South Korea’s public diplomacy in Indonesia: An approach with communication pyramid of public diplomacy Fitria, Vita; Al Giffari, Haekal Adha; Al Falah, Daffa; Razin, Muhammad Zul
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 17, No 2 (2021): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v17i2.42479

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The dissemination of South Korean culture in Indonesia becomes prominent as it attracts lot of people and creates many fans. The penetration of its spread in Indonesia is supported by some institutions which emphasizes on advocating and developing the South Korean culture and practice. The phenomena are not incidentally occurred, but it is well-managed by the government of South Korea as the advocate country of public diplomacy in collaboration with the target country which is Indonesia in achieving this mission. Public diplomacy is positioned as an approach of the advocate country to influence the public of foreign country to support the advocate’s country position which can be implemented through their state and non-sate actors in achieving mutual benefits. This paper observes the practice, impact, and challenges of South Korea’s public diplomacy in Indonesia based on Communication Pyramid Public Diplomacy framework. The findings show that the practice of public diplomacy allows cultural hybridity and increase enthusiasm of Indonesian in understanding the culture of the advocate country while the challenge is asymmetric direction between state and non-state actors of South Korea in the implementation of public diplomacy.
Traceability model system as originality assurance method for honey product, Indonesia Putritamara, Jaisy Aghniarahim; Yuniarti, Rahmi; Kusumastuti, Anie Eka
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 17, No 2 (2021): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v17i2.42602

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Honey is a hype product as immunity booster in the health shock covid-19. Unbalance of supply and demand has raised the price and made the consumer could not afford it. Besides that, global issue about unoriginal honey which spreads in society has made the consumer has negative stigma on SMEs honey product because it does not have complete food safety certification as commercial company. Objective of the research was to increase the consumer trust through originality assurance for honey product from traceability system. The research is a case study with FGD method and then followed by Interpretive Structural Modeling (ISM) analysis and Business Process Notation as solution. Result of the research showed that the distribution aspect has great power to affect the stakeholder and logistic aspects, due to success of both aspects are determined by distribution aspect. While the stakeholder aspect does not have any power to affect other aspect because if the business system has correct SOP, then both aspects will have appropriate supply chain management. Therefore, the solution is business process improvisation, so that to increase the trust local brand for honey product, it must be optimized through recording system of customer journey, so that the producer could trace the barrier and enabler factors about perspective of the honey originality

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