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Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27233693     DOI : 10.30596/ijessr
Core Subject : Education, Social,
IJESSR Covers all topics of all Education branches. Some of them are Social Science, Information Technology, Management, Education Science and all interdisciplinary streams of Social Sciences. The main topic includes but not limited to: Section 1: Language and Literature Education Scopes: Language and Teaching Literature and Teaching Applied Linguistics TESOL/TEFL/TEYL Second Language Acquisition Section 2: Mathematics and Natural Science Education Scopes: Biology education Mathematics Education Chemical Education Physics Education Section 3: Social Science Education Scopes: Sociology Education Economic and Accounting Education History Education State Ideology and Civics Education Learning Methods on Teaching Values Political Legacies and Critical Education Studies in Financial Education Enterpreneurship Education Section 4: Primary Education Scopes: Instruction of Primary Education Guidance and Counselling of Primary Education Primary School Teacher Development Technology and Innovation in Education Section 5: Physical, Sport and Geography Education Scopes: Sport Pedagogy Health Promotion Test and Measurement on Sport Sport Coaching Traditional Sport Recreational Sport Geography education Earth Sciences education Section 6: Computer and Technology Education Scopes: Technology and Innovation in Education Electrical Education Information Technology Computer Science Section 7: Management Scopes: Management Education Management Resource Management Information System Management IT
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The Enforcement of Human Rights Through Implementing of The Sharia Nurul Hakim
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30596/ijessr.v1i1.4876

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Many Western law experts state that Islamic sanctions on criminal law are sadistic, cruel, so that universal human rights are violated. In the perspective of Western human rights the paradigm of thinking like that has long been embedded to this day. On the other hand, in a different perspective human rights in Islam explain that the legal sanctions contained in Islamic criminal law pay more attention to aspects of human rights, such as the protection of the rights of victims and victims' families and protect the rights of the community. The existence of death sanction in a murder case, is part of an effort to eliminate the sense of revenge, anger, that is in the victim's family. Legal sanctions in Islamic criminal law aim to provide social protection by ensuring the realization of human rights in society.
The Efforts to Warn Corruption Through Education an Idiological Approach in Order Meet The Right to Country Rights Adi Mansar
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30596/ijessr.v1i1.4877

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Education is placed in a strategic position to ensure the sustainability of a nation and state, therefore every effort or act that damages the integrity of the state must be fought massively. Forms of actions that are destructive and can threaten the integrity of the nation such as Terrorism, Narcotics and Psychotropic, Corruption and Trafficking in Persons. The integrity of the nation and state can be threatened due to systematic and massive and systematic structured corruption that has taken place from high-ranking officials to the village officials, proven that many cabinet ministers in power become suspects / defendants (i.c. Idrus Marham) Minister of Social Affairs RI Working Cabinet, Governor, Regents and Mayors, Civil Servants, Village Heads and also Senate and Legislative members ranging from Central to District. In the effort to implement corruption prevention and eradication as mandated in Presidential Regulation Number 55 of 2012 concerning National Strategy for the Prevention and Eradication of Long-Term Corruption in 2012-2025 and the Medium-Term 2012-2014 (National Strategy for CPE), and as an implementation, the preparation of Prevention and Eradication actions is carried out. Corruption (PPK) every year which is subsequently issued by Presidential Instruction Number 2 of 2014 concerning Action to Prevent and Eradicate Corruption in 2014, where in the attachment of the Presidential Instruction to part V (five) is explained about education strategies and anti-corruption culture consisting of 22 action plan, and including involving public and private higher education institutions in their implementation. 
Kafa'ah in The Muslim Community Marriage : a Study of The Social History of Islamic Law Abdul Hadi Ismail
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30596/ijessr.v1i1.4878

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Kafa'ah is a tradition that existed in the Aran Peninsula long before the arrival of Islam. This means that the kafa'ah which later became an interesting discussion in the social history of Muslims to this day is not without strong historical roots. Kafa'ah is a method for finding a prospective husband or wife in an equal measure. Before Islam came, then the standard of the kafa'ah was one's nasab, but when Islam came, the measure was religion or religious observance. Kafa'ah, which was born from a culture in a particular society, has also different characteristics, depending on where the community is located and other factors that are around the community. Therefore, in the present context, kafa'ah between a certain tribe or a community is not the same size.  
Studying The Role of Political Parties in The Implementation Of Democracy in Indonesia Abdul Malik
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30596/ijessr.v1i1.4879

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Political parties are an important element in democracy. There is no country with a democratic system without a political party. Political parties in Indonesia have gone through a long history since the Old Order to the current Reform Order. Political parties have functions, among others, as a means of political communication, a means of political socialization, a means of political recruitment, as a regulator of conflicts. The four functions of political parties have actually been running, but in reality many people are dissatisfied with the performance of political parties, causing public trust in political parties to decline. In the perspective of society, political parties are no more than an attempt to gain power, and after power is seized, the people are abandoned. 
An Experimental Study of The Effectiveness PEOW MODEL Through Applying Quartet Card in Teaching English Writing Mandra Saragih; Novimariono Novimariono
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30596/ijessr.v1i1.4880

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This research deals with an experimental research in which aimed to investigate the effectiveness POEW model assisted Quartet Card in teaching English writing of recount text. The population and the sample of this research are the students of SMP Muhammadiyah 01 Medan academic year 2019/20120, on Jalan Demak No. 3, Sei Rengas Pertama, Medan Area. There are seven classes of garde VIII totally 270 students in which there are only 2 classes were taken as the sample of the research. The two classes are taught through two different model, the experimental class is taught through POEW model assisted Quartet Card and the control class is taught through lecturing Model. The essay test is applied for exploring the effectiveness of applying the model and it finally found that tobserve (4.67) was higher than ttable (2.01) with the degree of freedom (df=58). It means that the alternative hypothesis (Ha) was accepted. In conclusion, the POEW model assisted Quartet Card can effectively promote students’ English writing in recount text. 
Development of Oriented Learning Devices of Model Eliciting Activities to Improve Math Abtraction Ability SMK Students Desniarti Desniarti; Muhammad Hafiz
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30596/ijessr.v1i1.4881

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This study aims to determine the effectiveness of learning tools oriented Model Eliciting Activities (MEAs) to improve students' mathematical abstraction and selfefficacy  abilities. Learning tools developed (LKPD, RPP, Mathematical Abstraction Ability Test ). The quality of products developed is assessed based on aspects of validity, practicality, and effectiveness. The procedure for developing learning tools refers to the 4-D development model, namely Define, Design, Develop, and Disseminate. Due to the limitations of researchers, the study was carried out to the develop stage. The subjects of this study were students of SMK Al Washliah 4 Medan. The instruments used to measure the quality of learning tools developed were learning assessment sheets to measure validity, student response questionnaires and observation sheets for the implementation of learning activities to measure practicality, problem solving ability tests to measure effectiveness. 
Application of Cultural Based Discovery Method to Increase The Mathematical Solution Ability of Academic Year Students 2019/2020 Dwi Novita Sari; Nurul Azmi
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30596/ijessr.v1i1.4885

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The development of science at the present time requires educators to create learning innovations especially mathematics learning that is associated with cultural values. In line with the goals of the State who want to advance the national culture of Indonesia in the midst of world civilization by ensuring the freedom of the people in maintaining and developing their cultural values. With the hope of collaborating between learning with local culture, in addition to preserving the existing culture, it can also help students understand the material. Educators are also required to be able to use various methods in learning so that the learning atmosphere feels comfortable. The more methods and exercises used, the higher the level of mathematical problem solving possessed and conversely the less variety of methods and exercises used, the lower the level of mathematical problem solving of students. The purpose of this study is to improve students' mathematical problem solving abilities by applying a culture-based guided discovery method. This research uses the Classroom Action Research (CAR) method. The research instrument used was a mathematical problem-solving ability test. Output targets to be achieved in this study are journals. 
Analysis Concept And Indicator Proverty in Medan City Mohammad Yusri
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Medan government was added to the budget program amount for taking over the poor people a minimum of 10% of the total government budget. The results of the program reveals that the number of poor people in Medan city shows an increase, which is more than poor people still not covered by the government program. The research objectives are 1) analysis of available available concepts to decrease the poor people 2). To Analysis dominand concepts and indicators of proverty in Medan City. Data was collected by using. Sampling area and Purposive Sampling where 294 houses of life that haved a Raskin program are objects of research from 21 subdistricts in Medan city. From descriptive analysis shows that 3 subdistricts were the potential for the program, as follows: Medan Belawan subdistrict, Labuhan subdistrict, and Marelan subdistrict. Three subdistricts are dominant with cultural poor, structural poor, absolute poor, and relatively poor. From the factor analysis found that cultural factors, social factors, social factors, asset factors, and social factors are dominant factors for Medan government to decrease the amount of poor people in Medan City. This research also found that a new factor of proverty program which is a local culture. 
The Effect of Centralistic Political Party Policies in Selection Of Regional Heads in Medan City Benito Asdhie Kodiyat MS; Abdul Hakim Siagian; Andryan Andryan
Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30596/ijessr.v1i1.4899

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The problem of the realization of regional autonomy-decentralization will be successfully achieved if in the process of determining regional leaders are still in the shadow of the national political elite. More broadly, this does not provide an opportunity for the people of the region to freely determine their future leaders in the area. To a certain degree, this kind of process will destroy regional democratization. For that reason, the problem to be examined is how the influence of the centralization of political party policy in relation to the election and determination of regional head candidates carried by political parties, we need to discuss in advance what is the cause of the direct implementation of regional head elections and how the role of political parties in recruiting regional head candidates. The research method used is normative legal research. The results showed that the election of regional heads that had experienced a shift from indirect elections in the DPRD to direct elections by the people had constructive consequences for democracy and the conception of popular sovereignty in the context of elections and the role of political parties that were very strategic in being able to carry prospective candidates for heads regions become candidates for regional heads in the regional head election experiencing conceptual ambivalence. 
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Indonesian Journal of Education, Social Sciences and Research (IJESSR) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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