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Ilomata International Journal of Social Science
Published by Yayasan Ilomata
ISSN : 2714898X     EISSN : 27148998     DOI : 10.52728/ijss
FOCUS Ilomata International Journal of Social Science aims to provide information on both theoretical and empirical articles and case studies relating to sociology, political science, history, law in society and related disciplines. Published articles use scientific research methods, including statistical analysis, case studies, field research and historical analysis. SCOPE Ilomata International Journal of Social Science concerns on sociology, political science, history, law in society and related domains. through publication of research based articles and critical analysis articles. It describes, compares, interprets, and explains the whole aspects of multi discipline perspectives including anthropology, sociology, psychology, philosophy, education, philology and history of religion. Ilomata International Journal of Social Science acordially welcomes contributions from scholars of related disciplines
Articles 63 Documents
Does Health Protocol Contribute to the Indonesia’s Economic Growth in COVID 19 Pandemic? Priana, Wiwin; Sawitri, Dewi Khrisna
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 2 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i2.233

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The COVID-19 has effected many aspects of life within a year. Some countries have declared to lockdown their nations in order to protect their citizens. That also happens in Indonesia. Many efforts are conducted to restrict human interaction and it directly has impacted a lot for business and economy sector. In the beginning, the emerge of COVID-19 in Indonesia had directly decreased the economic growth. It also gives impact on the next growth during year 2020. Finally, It results in the average of economic growth in overall 2020. This research explores the data of economic growth from taken from BPS. The result shows the economic growth in percentage and it also shows how the economic growth declines. This research also tries to elaborate the existence of government policy in Public Health sector that try to stimulate to the operational of business. Health Protocol is implemented for business during this pandemic though its implementation cost more money.
Updating Potential Soft Skills For Telecommuters In A Home-Work Double Situations In The Covid 19 Pandemic Rini, Hesty Prima; Sawitri, Dewi Khrisna
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 2 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i2.234

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Telecommuting is used to work far from the central office to achieve performance but now the term is shifting. Work from home is now hard to do since workers also have to take care of their families. Job routines are still demanding and at the same time, taking care of family and handling domestic affairs tasks can not be neglected since safety comes first to protect the family from the virus. Job demands shift in this COVID 19 pandemic as many domestic and office problems occur while people work from home. This review paper elaborates the important soft skills for telecommuting who work from home in this pandemic. The review was conducted from 1986 until the latest one in 2020. This review results in some soft skills that have evidenced their presence for telecommuters. The existence of soft skills are demanding and undoubtedly plays important role in helping telecommuters complete their job.
Ambivalence in Wieteke Van Dort’s Geef Mij Maar Nasi Goreng Handoko, Putut; Hariyono; Pujimahanani, Cahyaningsih
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 2 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i2.232

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This research focuses on how ambivalence works within the case of a Surabaya born singer, Wieteke Van Dort through her song Geef Mij Maar Nasi Goreng. The colonial power that lasted the longest time in today Indonesia was the Dutch administration. The Dutch people living in this area, experienced ambivalence, as the result of the challenging condition and the process of adaption where it was completely enigma to the condition of the motherland. Therefore, this study is conducted as a challenge to dichotomy of western vs eastern division in which extremely opposes each other. This research was descriptive qualitative in nature. The theory of ambivalence proposed by Homi Bhabha was used as an underlying theory. Postcolonial approach was also applied in analyzing Wieteke Van Dort’s ambivalence. The data were in the form of lyrics of a song entitled Geef Mij Maar Nasi Goreng. The research findings prove that through the lyrics of Geef Mij Maar Nasi Goreng, Wieteke Van Dort experiences ambivalence through her complex feeling in being attracted to her “native” Surabaya and her repulsion on the inferior Javanese culture. The research also shows that the western people, through the life of Wieteke Van Dort through her song Geef Mij Maar Nasi Goreng, experience ambivalence. It challenges the notion of nativeness in a sense that Wieteke Van Dort, as a native of Surabaya by birth, is ironically rejected by the other natives because of the judgment by blood. Western people, represented by Wieteke Van Dort, truly experience ambivalence.
Implementation of Lebong Regent Regulation Number 32 of 2014 Regarding the Preparation of Public Service Standards Susanto, Yohanes; Rahayu, Shinta Wiji
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 2 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i2.227

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This research will discuss about how the efforts of the Lebong Regency Government in implementing the Lebong Regent Regulation No. 32 of 2014 concerning Preparation of Public Service Standards Considering that in order to increase efficiency, effectiveness, transparency and accountability of government administration and public services, it is necessary to have public service standards in regional work units / work units within Lebong Regency. In this research, the method used is juridical normative, which wants to study or analyze the forms of implementation of the Lebong Regent's regulation which are regulated in Regulation Number 32 of 2014, then analyze the implementation based on the legal basis that governs the law, then find suitability. Among the forms of implementation that are regulated by the legal ideals of making them. The main focus of this research is the extent to which the Lebong District Government's implementation process is, and what are the strategies used in implementing the implementation. Based on this research, the results obtained show that implementation efforts and strategies are used to increase efficiency, effectiveness, transparency and accountability of government administration and still refer to the vision and mission of the Lebong Regency Government.
Strengthening Character Education Of Students In Nonformal Education In Public Education Muhajir, Achmad
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 2 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i2.225

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In order to carry out the mandate of the Law. No. 20 of 2003 as stated in PP no. 55 of 2007 concerning religious education and religious education is education that prepares students to be able to carry out roles that require mastery of knowledge about religious teachings and / or become experts in religious science and practice their religious teachings. Religious education also develops as a result of religious education subjects / courses which are considered to face various limitations. Especially at the public tertiary level where the religious education course only received a portion of 2 credits according to the decision of the Director General of Higher Education, Ministry of National Education Number: 43 / DIKTI / Kep / 2006. To overcome the shortage of religious learning, some people overcome it with additional religious education at homes, houses of worship, or in associations which then develop into formal, non-formal or informal religious education units or programs. As for the campus community, an innovation was carried out in the form of Diniyah Takmiliyah al-Jami'ah Education as a trap for the two credits that students were accepting in lectures.
The Role of the Arabic Teacher in the Spread of Islam in Nusantara Ali, Nur
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 2 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i2.214

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The entry of the people of the archipelago into Islam is the ability of Islamic broadcasters to use attractive packaging, especially by emphasizing conformity with Islam or continuity with local beliefs. This continuity does not mean changes in local religious beliefs or practices but adjustments through teaching. There are many methods used by Islamic broadcasters to get the people of the archipelago to accept Islamic teachings, such as a recitation teacher who teaches Arabic either directly or indirectly. Because the Al-Qur'an, the Prophet's Hadith and Islamic teachings use Arabic, the teachers try to teach Arabic well and professionally. Arabic was first taught with the aim that Islamic teachings could be understood and practiced properly. By practicing Islamic teachings properly and correctly, it becomes an attraction for people who have not embraced Islam. After the teachings of Islam have been well and correctly accepted, the aim of teaching Arabic has changed, namely to communicate with other nations.
Waqf Based Education Independence In Making Islamic Education Institutions Quality Saputra, Eddy
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 2 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i2.215

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Education should be easily accessible for every child of the nation. There are still problems in the world of education, especially for people with low income. The potential of waqf is being promoted and developed in this country. However, it is unfortunate that the new funding has been allocated only as a boost to state finances, and the Indonesian Waqf Board has distributed it to the Ahcmad Wardi Eye Hospital in Serang, So through this research, the researcher proposes that the Indonesian waqf body also participate in developing a national scale Islamic education that can be accessed by anyone. like a quality Islamic education institution such as Al Azhar in Cairo and so on, where these educational institutions become large because of the independence of the institution that is financed by waqf. This research uses descriptive qualitative method. This research was conducted in order to aim for educational institutions to become independent through the empowerment of waqf.
Drawing Art with Motivational Interviewing to Solve the Social Skills Problems of Teenagers at SMP 1 Wonosari, Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta Suparjiya, Atifah Hanum; Sa'adah, Nurus
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 2 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i2.211

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This study aims to look at the effect of drawing art with motivational interviewing in improving adolescent social skills issues at SMP 1 Wonosari. Drawing art as a tool to express problems while motivational interviewing is a step in changing behavior. This research is a quasi-experimental one group pre-test and post-test design, using purposive sampling based on the value of the low category social skills scale with a total of 10 students. Data analysis using SPSS and the Wilcoxon test. Data collection with a scale of social skills, observation, interviews, and documentation. Mean ranks or an average increase of 5.56. The final results using the Wilcoxon test can get the Asymp value. Sig. (2-tailed) of 0.02 <0.05, the hypothesis is accepted meaning that there are differences between social skills from the pre-test and post-test results. It can be concluded that the use of drawing art with motivational interviewing can improve social skills in students in SMP 1 Wonosari.
Algorithm Configuration K-Nearest To Clarification Medicine Tree Based On Extraction, Variation Of Color, Texture And Shape Of Leaf Baihaqie, Ardhi Dinullah; Wulan, Rayung
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 2 No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v2i1.187

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At this time to overcome difficulties in identifying medicinal plants that have an impact on the frequent errors in the use of medicinal plants. The formulation of the problem to be discussed in this study is how to identify medicinal plants based on feature extraction of color, texture, and leaf shape. Steps to resolve this problem by collecting image data of medicinal plants, then the image data extracted leaf color features using Red Green Blue (RGB) and Hue Saturation Value (HSV), based on leaf texture using the Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrix (GLCM), based on the shape leaves use eccentricity and metrics. and then classified by the K-Nearest Neighbor (KNN) method. The results in this study the accuracy of Chinese Petai leaves is superior to other types of leaves, which is 98%, which occurs at each K value. Other types of leaves have various values. Saga leaves range between 94% - 97%, Green Betel leaves between 92.8% - 97%, and Red Betel leaves between 91.7% - 95%, Optimal K values ​​indicated by K = 3 have an average accuracy rate of 96.7% also have sensitivity value of 93.3%. The addition of K = 5, K = 7, K = 9, and K = 11 tends to decrease the average value of accuracy and sensitivity.
Trusmi's Written Batik Manufacturer Industry And Its Impact On Trusmi's Trusmi's Batik Written Creator In The Village Trusmi Kulon Cirebon Sumidartini, Ai Nety
Ilomata International Journal of Social Science Vol 1 No 4 (2020): October 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52728/ijss.v1i4.177

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The batik industry is now growing. Likewise with batik Trusmi that development is now growing rapidly. Revenue is a consequence or impact of the development of the batik industry. Revenue Trusmi batik artisans can be used for the basic needs of both basic needs and the needs of batik artisans in the business of making batik and batik artisans revenue also used for industrial development or business Trusmi batik. The problems discussed in this research on the impact of batik artisans Trusmi revenue as a result of the development of batik industry Trusmi. The goal, which is to determine the revenue impact of batik artisans Trusmi batik industry development. The method used in this research is using a descriptive qualitative method with the approach used approach SWOT analysis (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat). Data collected by using observation and in-depth interviews with batik artisans Trusmi and also the village, as well as gathering documentation in the form of images and small notes. Results of research conducted by the researchers, it is known that income Trusmi batik artisans used for a variety of needs, not only for the basic needs of batik artisans but is also used to develop the Business of making batik. By using SWOT analysis of the impact of this revenue is not only powerful, but also has the disadvantage of not yet arranged neatly on the financial statements batik business, and there were also threats, in the form of batik competition from other regions. While the strength of itself is able to carry on business batik and opportunities that can develop the business of making or write Trusmi batik industry. With the aim to maximize profits and the opportunities and minimize weaknesses and threats to the batik artisans need to develop the business by using a strategy of differentiation.