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Budapest International Research and Critics Institute-Journal (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences
ISSN : 26151715     EISSN : 26153076     DOI : DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birci
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal) : Humanities and Social Sciences is a peer-reviewed journal published in February, May, August and November by Budapest International Research and Critics University Journal (BIRCU-Journal). BIRCI welcomes research papers in Humanities: Language and Linguistics, History, Literature, Performing Art, Philosophy, Religion, Visual Arts. Social Sciences: Economics, Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Geography, Culture and Ethics Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Area Studies, Archaeology, and other related areas and it is published in both online and printed versions.
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Sustainability of Communication, Organizational Culture, Cooperation, Trust and Leadership Style for Lecturer Commitments in Higher Education Abd. Syakur; Tri Achmad Budi Susilo; Wike Wike; Rulam Ahmadi
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v3i2.980

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This reserach was focused and related to effect of sustainability communication, bureaucracy structure and public support which have significant effect toward policy implementation performance and to execute Three Dharma (education, research and comunity service) in higher education. Communication, resources, bureaucracy structure and public support has its influence against disposition. In bureaucracy structure, public support has significant effect toward its main resources which is lecturer or its teaching staff. This study aimed to analyze the effect of communication and organizational culture toward leadership style, cooperation and trust also organizational commitment of lecturer in higher education viewed from its harmonization in executing three laws. Structural equation modeling (SEM) was used to analyze causality relation between variables. This study used survey method. Population in this study was lecturers in higher education. The total sample was determined 100 respondents from elevens Institution in higher education. Result of this study showed direct and positive significant effect of communication and organizational culture toward leadership style and cooperation also trust and organizational commitment of lecturers in higher education. There was no direct and positive significant effect of communication toward organizational culture. There was direct and positive significant effect toward cooperation and organizational commitment of lecturers to Institutions in higher education. There was direct and positive significant effect of work trust toward organizational commitment.           
The Solution for Narrow Land Agriculture to Obtain Profit in Deli Tua, Indonesia Sitinjak, Wahyunita
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 1, No 4 (2018): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v1i4.129

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Rural poverty is influenced by the level of education of the head of the family, mastery of the base of the land area, and natural conditions (agricultural land). Likewise, in this study of 'Analysis of the Factors Causing Poor Farmers' Revenues in Deli Tua District', it is assumed that farm household income is influenced by factors of education of the head of household, extent of land tenure, access to financial institutions, existence of alternative business and family dependents. The purpose of this thesis research is; (I) to find out whether the extent of land tenure, education level, number of family dependents, accessibility to financial institutions and the existence of business alternatives affect the income level of farmers, (2) to find out whether there is an influence of land area differences on income levels, (3) find out whether there is an influence of the differences in the status of own land and rent to income level, and (4) to find out the income distribution between farmers who control the 0.5 ha cultivated area and farmers who control the cultivated area greater than 0.5 ha. The research was conducted using descriptive method Primary data was collected by distributing 68 questionnaires in 6 (six) villages and villages in Deli Tua sub-district, Deli Serdang district, namely Deli Tua sub-district, Deli Tua Barat and Deli Tua Timur and Mekar Sari village, Kedai Durian and Suka Makmur.
Dhikrullah Vibration as Stimulus of Social Behavior Change Iskandar Iskandar; Kusumawati Hatta; Azhar Azhar
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 3, No 3 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v3i3.1204

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Dhikrullah is a strong single sound stimulus not yet applied as a stimulus to invite alpha wave in the brain as a center of human consciousness. Dhikrullah has been practiced among Muslims for more than a thousand years, but research on the function of dhikrullah as a stimulus to the brain waves as the center of human consciousness has not yet been completed. Chapter 2 of al-Anfal verse 2 and chapter ar-Rad verse 28. This study is an academic response to the foundation of discovering science for social change through dhikrullah. Scientific attention to behavior change through vibration stimuli is still very few. The combined data in this study consisted of qualitative data from 4 respondents in order to find the Dhikrullah model and quantitative data from 10 subjects to obtain dhikrullah stimulus samples on subject brain waves through Electro Encephalo Graf (EEG). The results obtained by EEG encourage dhikrullah as vibrations to be carried out as a stimulus to brain waves. Dhikrullah through the audiotory nerve is able to stimulate the brain to present alpha waves on the subject while running the dhikrullah. All subjects stated the difficulty of feeling calm during and after dhikrullah as a basis for behavior change. This study is new because it uses EEG to prove that dhikrullah vibration can be a stimulus for behavior change. Behavioral reviewers, especially practitioners can use dhikrullah as a stimulus to help humans who want to get change easily and cheaply.
Treatment Study of Ruqyah Syirkiyyah towards Witchcraft (Cultural Anthropology Study) in Bandar Setia Village, Percut Sei Tuan Sub-district, Deli Serdang District Muhammad Fadli; Khairani Khairani
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 2, No 3 (2019): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v2i3.409

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This study aims to find out and describe the treatment practice of Ruq'yah Syirkiyyah towards witchcraft in Bandar Setia Village, Percut Sei Tuan Sub-district, Deli Serdang District. This study is qualitative research with an ethnographic approach. The techniques of collecting data are in-depth observations and interviews. The informants in the study are two people as experts in treatment and seven witnesses and patients. Based on the results of the study obtained in the field that the treatment of ruqyah syikiyyah is a treatment that combines the verses of the Qur'an, and local beliefs in the treatment practice towards witchcraft. The method used in the treatment is the four-point concept of nature as a media caller khodam with dhikr, seven mosques water, ape tiger flowers, and Minya bunibawasa to revoke magical objects that exist on the patient's body and in the process of healing, the patient must perform another special ritual such as feeding orphans and making a salvation event as a symbol of gratitude by the patient's family. The conclusion is that the treatment of ruqyah shirkiyyah is a religious treatment that mixes the local belief system, and in performing the treatment of witchcraft that is doing the dreamy stage, pull out magical objects, and the patient's family performs a ritual of salvation as a symbol of gratitude.
Cultural Enculturization in the Art of Masks: A Case Study of the Industrial Enterprise of Batik Kayu, Bobung, Patuk, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta Slamet Subiyantoro; Pujiyono Pujiyono; Kristiani Kristiani; Dwi Maryono; Yasin Surya Wijaya
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 3, No 4 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v3i4.1400

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This study aims to explore the process of enculturation of mask art with a case study in the wooden batik (batik Kayu) enterprise of Bobung Village, Patuk, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta. This study method uses a netnographic approach, which in principle is the same as classical ethnography, except that netnography uses the internet as a research media. The data were sourced from informants, places & events, and documents or archives. Data from informants were collected using in-depth online interviews. Place and event data were collected using online participatory observation techniques. In addition, the source documents or archives were collected using data analysis techniques or literature studies on relevant online data. The validity of the data was tested by using informant review techniques and source triangulation. Data were analyzed using flow techniques with data reduction, display, and verification procedures. The results of the study show that the process of enculturation or culture of mask art, both classic masks and creative masks (batik Kayu), is carried out informally (family environment), non-formal (community, UKM, and studio), and formal (learning in schools). This enculturation process is carried out from generation to generation, when the mask is still a classic mask (Panji mask) until the mask develops into a superior product with economic and tourism value as it is today (Creative Mask). The art of batik and classical masks has become the identity of the people of Bobung Village, Gunung Kidul, who have undergone changes in form, function and meaning during the enculturation process from previous generations to the next.
Sociology Review of Social Phenomenon, Social Rules and Social Technology Dadang Hartanto
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v3i2.958

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Law is a rule that was born, lived and developed in the midst of society. There are laws that come from religious norms or norms that originate from God; norms or rules of decency originating from the hearts of human beings; norms or rules of politeness, that is the rules of life arising from association, the interaction of human groups in society and regulating human behavior towards other humans; as well as legal norms or rules that are rules made by the authorities whose contents are binding on everyone and their implementation can be defended by force by state instruments. Because the law is very urgent, it must be as flexible as possible. The law must be able to adjust to the dynamics of people's lives very quickly, because of the development of science and technology. Law is very or even must be able to deal with various changes that exist. If they are unable, the people as legal subjects will lose faith in the law. This paper talks about law as a social phenomenon of social principles and social technology in the lens of legal sociology.
Under the Umbrella of Custom: Harmonious Relationship between Christian and Islam in Tiga Beringin Village and Simpang Pergendangan Village, Karo Ginting, Junita Setiana; Sumarno, Edi; Karina, Nina; Handoko, Handoko
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 3, No 1 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute February
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v3i1.716

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Indonesian society is a pluralistic society. The pluralism of society can be seen from the diversity of languages, ethnicities and religions. This pluralism is also reflected in the diverse Karo community in embracing religions such as Christian, Catholic, Islam and ancestral religions. Many religions are believed by Karo community, but the community's stigma still places that Karo community are Protestant Christians. Behind this stigma, there is a community of society whose entire population is Muslim. The villages are Tiga Beringin Village and Simpang Pergendangan Village, Tiga Binanga Sub-district. However, how is the relationship between the community groups well established and why there has never been a problem by the majority Christian population? This article will answer the things mentioned above which tell how the relationship between the community is harmoniously established and conflicts never occur.
The Role of Village Government in Cleaning Public Services at Petisah, Medan, Indonesia Hadi Wahyudi Harahap; Humaizi Humaizi; Abdul Kadir
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 1, No 4 (2018): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v1i4.116

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This study aims at describing and summarizing various conditions, various situations, or various phenomena of social reality that exist in life of society which are objects in this research and try to attract that reality to the surface so that it can be seen how social reality actually exists and is happening in life of society. This research was conducted in the Petisah Tengah Village, Medan Petisah village, Medan, North Sumatra Province. The researcher chose this village as the research location because of the diverse plurality of the people and the high level of socio-political dynamics because in this village there was the Medan Mayor's Office, as well as some government offices and Regional House of Representatives (DPRD) in Medan. This study used descriptive qualitative method. The type of research used by researchers in this study is a qualitative approach with descriptive studies. Qualitative research is a research procedure that produces description data in the form of words (both written and oral). This qualitative research method was chosen because it can present directly the nature of the relationship between researchers and respondents and is more sensitive and can adjust to the patterns of value faced. Data collection is done by observation and interview. The results of the study are more emphasized in giving an objective description of the actual state of the object under investigation, using a qualitative approach, the researcher will obtain more in-depth information or data.
The Content of Non Verbal Communication Values in the Book Sulam Al-Munawwaraq Fil ‘Ilmi Mantiq Halimatussa’diah Halimatussa’diah
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 3, No 3 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v3i3.1160

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Non-verbal communication is often used to describe feelings, emotions, and others. Non-verbal communication can strengthen and complement verbal communication. Therefore, in life must combine the two communications. Like the nazham contained in the al-Munawwaraq embroidery Fil ‘Ilmi Mantiq. Which explains about lafadh and ghairu lafadh both are related to one another. So that both the majority of students and some teachers who study the book  sulam al-Munawwaraq Fil ‘Ilmi Mantiq  do not know that there is a discussion of communication in the nazham. The phenomenon finally motivated a study entitled "Analysis of Non Verbal Communication Content in the book al-Munawwaraq Fil‘ Ilmi Mantiq". This study is focused only on a nazham found in the book sulam al-Munawwaraq Fil ‘Ilmi Mantiq, the nazham is conducted using the library research method, namely research carried out using literary literature, such as the yellow books, notes, and previous research report. This study yielded several answers, namely non-verbal communication in the book Sulam Al-Munawwaraq is found in the nazham was violated, as well as the value of non-verbal communication in the book sulam al-Munawwaraq Fil ‘Ilmi Mantiq  namely in the discussion of ghairu lafdhiyyah. The same is true of non-verbal communication put forward by communication experts. Then it can be concluded that the non-verbal communication contained in the book sulam al-Munawwaraq Fil ‘Ilmi Mantiq is exactly the same as the non-verbal communication stated by communication experts.
Development of Banking CSR Model for Community Empowerment Slum Area in Medan City Saleh, Arifin; Dalimunthe, Ahmad Hidayah; Lubis, Faisal Hamzah
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 2, No 3 (2019): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v2i3.392

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Nowdays, there are 200.29 hectares of slum in Medan. The slum area is in 42 urban villages spread across 9 sub-districts. For the handling of slums in Medan, this is done through the Kotaku Program with funding for central and regional collaboration. Other parties that are expected to be involved in handling this slum area are the banks, in this case Bank Sumut, through their corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds. This is because Bank Sumut, which is a regionally owned company, has a commitment every year to channel CSR funds to all regencies / cities in Sumatera Utara. In 2015, Bank Sumut channeled CSR funds amounting to Rp. 13,746 billion. This study aims to find a new model of Bank Sumut CSR that is directed at empowering slum communities in the city of Medan. Research method with a qualitative approach. Data analysis by analyzing typological data. The output of this study is the Bank Sumut CSR model of community empowerment in slum areas in Medan City or scientific publications in national scientific journals and international journals. Bank Sumut's research results have a CSR Program that has been proven to help the community and its targets in the future should be directed to help empower the slum communities in the city of Medan. Bank Sumut's CSR model for the empowerment of slum communities in the city of Medan must reach infrastructure development, social assistance, and economic assistance with management involving Kotaku, the community, and non-governmental organizations.

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