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IJERSC
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ISSN : -     EISSN : 27745406     DOI : https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc
Core Subject : Education, Social,
International Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences (IJSERSC) is to provide a research medium and an important reference for the advancement and dissemination of research results that support high-level research in the fields of Educational Research and Social Sciences. Original theoretical work and application-based studies, which contributes to a better understanding all fields of Education Research and Social Sciences.
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Implementation Of The School Literature Movement (Slm) During The Covid-19 Pandemic In Junior High School In West Java Province, Indonesia Deni Hadiansah; Sutaryat Trisnamansyah; Waska Warta; Yosal Iriantara
International Journal of Educational Research & Social Sciences Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): February 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51601/ijersc.v3i1.230

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The low literacy skills of students in primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Indonesia (RI), since 2015 the government has implemented the School Literacy Movement (SLM) program. It is only that in early 2020 the program was disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This research is to describe how the SLM program was implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic in a secondary school in West Java Province, Indonesia. This descriptive qualitative research uses the literature study method. The main reference sources are literacy movement manuals published by the Indonesian government, activity programs compiled by the school, and other secondary sources. The results showed that with the active collaboration of school residents, SMP ASBP KBB and SMP NKB West Java Province, Indonesia, continued to implement the SLM program even though during a pandemic emergency. Various initiatives made schools more adaptive to the presence of internet technology, making activities more meaningful, integrated, and appropriate. parameters have been able to create a Literate School Ecosystem (LSE) as the main goal of program success.  
The Impact Of Religious Values On Social And Political Change In Tolitoli In The Early 20th Century Juraid Abdul Latief
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51601/ijersc.v3i1.235

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There is no doubt, interpretation of religious values by social and political elites in the modern social history has significantly influenced the development of political structure at national, regional and global level. At least, the phenomena has appeared since the period of Muhammad in the seventh century around Arabic peninsula, the rise of Islamic empires in the western Asia from the seventh to twelfth century, Spain under the Moslem and Christian powers, Turk during the Ottoman Empire from fifteenth to nineteenth century, Europe nations in the period of Crusaders from eleventh to fourteenth century, American independence war more than two hundred years ago. And in some cases, religious values were used effectively to mobilize local people against the western governments in Asia and Africa in the last century. Local political entities in South East Asia also experienced the same political development. Jihad concept fuelled and promoted social and political movements of Imam Diponegoro in Java, Sultan Hasanuddin in Makassar, Panglima Polem in Aceh, and Moro independence movement in Philippine. By using document analysis, depth interviews, and field observation, this study documents historical evidences that Haji Hayyun played a significant role politically and socially in Tolitoli, Sulawesi Tengah in the early twentieth century. Although tragically ended, as a figure he successfully used religious sentiment to get support from his followers against the Dutch government in Tolitoli.
Evaluation Of Implementation Of MBKM: Does Academic Stress Affect On Student Learning Outcomes? Adi Lukman Hakim; Mega Barokatul Fajri; Erna Nur Faizah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51601/ijersc.v3i1.246

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Stress is a psychological symptom that we often encounter in everyday life, where every individual must have experienced it. Students as a milestone in the success of a nation are required to be able to adapt to the environment quickly. This study aims to determine whether there is academic stress on student learning outcomes at the University of Muhammadiyah Lamongan, Faculty of Economics and Business, Management Study Program. This type of research is observational with a crosssectional design. The population in this study were all students of the 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 Management Study Programs with a total population of 173 people. The sampling technique used was total sampling from the population. The method of data collection was done by distributing questionnaires to respondents. Furthermore, statistical tests were carried out using the chi square test with 0.05. Based on the research results show that; 1) stressors from academic stress Management study program students in semester 5 and 3 have high gains. This means that students feel that MBKM's academic activities make them feel stressed. More specifically, the greatest stressor is caused by pressure from learning and self-expectations that are not met, 2) Student learning outcomes in the implementation of the independent learning curriculum are included in the sufficient category. That is, cognitive competence or knowledge, affective or feeling, and psychomotor or skills obtained from MBKM are not too high or not too low. 3) The relationship between academic stress and student learning outcomes is positive and significant. It means. the higher the degree of student academic stress, the lower the learning outcomes, and vice versa, and 4) the implementation of MBKM from the student's point of view has a good impact on their self-development. However, in order for the implementation to take place optimally, students, lecturers, and stakeholders can work together in preparing to participate in the next MBKM, such as formulating the implementation of the MBKM more clearly and carefully, as well as equipping students with the skills to learn independently.
Community Empowerment In Establishing Entrepreneurial Behavior (Case Study At Pkbm Bina Mandiri Cimahi City And Pkbm Bina Warga Bandung District) Syaban Apandi; Iim Wasliman; Hana fiah; Helma wati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51601/ijersc.v3i1.247

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This research is generally to find out about community empowerment in establishing entrepreneurial behavior in PKBM Bina Mandiri Cipageran, Cimahi City and PKBM Bina Warga Ciparay, Bandung Regency. Specifically, it is to know the stages of community empowerment, including: (1) preparation stage,(2) assessment stage, (3) alternative program planning stage, (4) action plan formulation stage, (5) implementation stage, (6) stage evaluation and monitoring, and (7) the termination stage. The method used is a descriptive method with qualitative data types. Data was collected through observation, interviews, and documentation studies. The results of the study indicate that in general both PKBM have empowered the community as the target community quite effectively, being more empowered, both cognitively, affectively, psychomotorically and independently with their entrepreneurial behavior. Specifically, the stages of empowerment are in accordance with the stages, including: (1) preparations carried out by preparing officers and field preparations; (2) assessment, namely by identifying the problems of the target community that have the potential to become learning citizens; (3) planning alternative programs, namely facilitating learning residents in determining the right choice of learning programs to overcome problems; (4) formulation of action plans, namely by determining learning times, recruiting target communities, providing program information; (5) implementation, namely program implementation, which begins with socialization, implementation, identification of results, supporting and inhibiting factors, their contribution to the formation of entrepreneurial behavior and their impact on increasing income and welfare; (6) evaluation, through program evaluation and monitoring; and (7) termination or continuation of the program, namely by providing guidance and assistance to learning residents who have completed the Business Study Group program. These stages have been carried out by the two PKBMs in the implementation of learning programs and community empowerment in shaping entrepreneurial behavior.
Student Responses to the Implementation of MBKM (Study on FEB Students who follow International Course Asia University) Suryani Yuli Astuti; Rizky Wahyudha Rosiawan; Suyit no
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51601/ijersc.v3i1.249

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The Ministry of Education and Culture enacted a new policy with the name Merdeka Learning Campus Merdeka (MBKM). The Independent Learning Program - Merdeka Campus is expected to be able to answer the challenges of higher education to produce graduates who are in accordance with the times, advances in science and technology, the demands of the business world and the industrial world, as well as the dynamics of society”. In response to this, the University of Muhammadiyah Lamongan held a student exchange program aimed at implementing the Independent Learning Campus (MBKM) policy. The student exchange program carried out by the University of Muhammadiyah Lamongan is the International Course at Asia University. On the other hand, The International Course activities require an evaluation to determine the level of effectiveness of the program and the benefits that students get as participants from these activities. The purpose of this study is to find out student responses to the MBKM program through: International Course Asia University implemented by Muhammadiyah University of Lamongan. "This type of research is a qualitative research with descriptive analysis using data collection techniques through observation, FGD, interviews, and documentation". Based on the results of data analysis using descriptive qualitative techniques, it is known that students have a positive perception of the MBKM program that is implemented in which students are facilitated by the university in participating in the program, it is indicated that the implementation of the student exchange program is facilitated by bureaucracy, very varied learning media, and facilitated from the University of Muhammadiyah Lamongan through the student exchange International Course at Asia University.
The Process Of Reviewing The Sale And Purchase Of Legal Aspects Of High Heritage Land Disputes (Analysis Of Decision Number : 11/Pdt.G/2015/Pn.Bsk) Ridho Syahputra Manurung
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Land disputes are one of the maximum tough troubles to remedy and need to be dealt with carefully. High inheritance is the not unusual place assets of a folks who are associated through blood and inherited from era to era from their ancestors. Buying and promoting consistent with normal regulation is an alternate and is what's known as coins or coins. The hassle is that layout land (excessive heritage) can not be traded primarily based totally at the West Sumatra Regional Regulation Number 6 of 2008 regarding layout land and its utilization. The formula of the hassle on this thesis is what's protected withinside the putting of the scope consistent with Decision quantity 11/Pdt.G/2015/PN.BSK, what elements are the reasons for excessive inheritance land disputes and the way to remedy excessive inheritance land disputes. sale and buy decided through the Batusangkar District Court. The nature of this thesis study is descriptive studies the use of a qualitative method and the form of normative criminal studies and empirical juridical method (sociology). The records series method makes use of number one records, particularly statement, and secondary records, that is received from legal guidelines and regulations, books, work medical papers associated with these studies, criminal dictionaries, reliable files, and regulations In conclusion, it seems that layout rights (Tanah Pusaka Tinggi) can not be traded, however in fact from the case that I analyzed, selection quantity 11/Pdt.G/2015/PN.Bsk became out to be withinside the normal community, the excessive inheritance land was traded and subsequently have become a dispute that subsequently entered the world of regulation.
Constitutional and Jurisdictional Review of Natural Resource Triono Eddy
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The constitution mandates that natural resources should be used as much as possible to improve the welfare and prosperity of the people, but in practice they are over-exploited and their utilization is controlled in part by national and foreign investors/investors for business purposes. This research was conducted to determine the constitutional basis and juridical basis of natural resource management. This research is a normative research. The type of normative legal research is a series of activities carried out with the aim of getting a reference to a problem taken by using legal materials as an indicator. The constitutional basis for managing the environment and natural resources of Indonesia is the Preamble to Paragraph IV of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia.
Legal Protection Clothing Wholesale Trade With A Contract Of Sale Note Ridho Syahputra Manurung
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One of the legal protections can be given to a business activity in order to ensure the protection of a business so that it continues to run well. Therefore, consumer protection is very necessary from the background above. In the case study of paper, the formulation of the problem is as follows, How is the Relationship Between Business Actors and Consumers in Using Sales Notes, What are the Factors Causing the Occurrence of Achievement In Sales, and how to use it to know the Legal Protection for Merchants Who Use Sales Notes Resulting in Default. The type of research carried out is empirical analysis using a case study approach. At the Central Wholesale Market, Medan Market Center with field research, the data collection techniques used are primary data and secondary data consisting of interviews at the Central Wholesale Market, Medan Market Center. The conclusion of this thesis is the relationship between business actors and consumers, namely consumers can obtain sufficient information to fulfill consumer needs. The factors that cause this default are due to two possibilities, namely: the first is the merchant himself because the assessment is done subjectively, the second is the fault of the buyer, either intentional or negligent or beyond his ability. The advice that can be given is that it is hoped that wholesalers can be more careful in making sales, especially clothing wholesalers so that consumers can avoid actions that result in default.
Analysis of The Use of Learning Facilities to Improve Science Learning Achievement In MTs AL Jihad Kerasaan of Simalungun Regency South Sumatra Muhammad Komarul Huda
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51601/ijersc.v3i1.253

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School is an educational institution in charge of meeting the educational goals that have been entrusted through law. Therefore, efforts are needed to improve the educational quality based on students' achievement, which can be carried out through various ways by the stakeholders in the educational institution. The current research was conducted to identify the relationship between the use of learning facilities and science learning achievement. The method applied is descriptive quantitative using questionnaire data and deep interviews. The total population involved is 407 students, of which 186 of them were selected as the research samples using Proportional Stratified Random Sampling technique. Based on the research, it was revealed that there was a positive relationship between the use of learning facilities and science learning achievement, which is indicated by the correlation test of rxy (0.180) > rtab (0.143). Furthermore, the deep interviews showed that students had difficulty in learning science because there were no laboratory facilities for the practicum as well as the limited infocus tools of only two units of audio-visual media. However, the teacher's improvisation in performing the practicum was categorized as quite good. Eventually, it can be summed up that learning facilities are one of the determining factors in improving student achievement. In this case, it is suggested for further research to add other variables to support the improvement of student achievement.
Analysis Of The Effect Of The Altman Z-Score Method On Financial Distress Etty Puji lestari; Fatia Fatimah; Deni Sunaryo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51601/ijersc.v3i1.254

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This study aims to determine the effect of the Altman z-score method on financial distress with the independent variables namely WCTA, RETA, EBITTA, MVETL, and STA on the dependent variable, namely Financial Distress. In manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the period 2016-2020. Based on the research results that have been described previously, it can be concluded that:In calculating the Altman z-score method in the research year the company is categorized: Safe : CTRA company for 3 years of research, Gray Area : SQBB company for 5 years research, Financial distress: BTEK and AISA companies for 3 years of research. The ratio of Working Capital to Total Assets (WCTA) has a significant effect on Financial Distress. The ratio of Retained Earnings to Total Assets (RETA) has no significant effect on Financial Distress. The ratio of Earnings Before Interest and Taxes to Total Assets (EBITTA) has a significant effect on Financial Distress. The Market Value of Equity to Total Liability (MVETL) ratio has no significant effect on Financial Distress.Ratio of Sales to Total Assets (STA) has a significant effect on Financial Distress. Recommendations for companies to maintain financial ratios (WCTA, RETA, EBTTA, MVETL, and STA) so that companies avoid bankruptcy and can still strive to create improvements to financial ratios (WCTA, EBITTA, and STA) based on research these ratios have a significant effect to financial distress. For researchers to be able to further develop research similar to financial distress such as bankruptcy risk, as well as analysis of financial ratios that can be expanded to do better. In this case, it is not only the types of food and beverage industry companies, but also other types of industrial companies. Subsequent research can use a period of more than five years so that it is expected to be a useful comparison basis for further research.