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International Journal of Social Service and Research
Published by Ridwan Institute
ISSN : 2807839X     EISSN : 28078691     DOI : 10.46799
The international journal of social service and research is a double blind peer-reviewed academic journal and open access to social and scientific fields. The journal is published bimonthly once by CV. Syntax Corporation Indonesia. The international journal of social service and research provides a means for sustained discussion of relevant issues that fall within the focus and scopes of the journal which can be examined empirically. The journal publishes research articles covering all aspects of social sciences, ranging from Archaeology, Geography, Economics, History, Law, Politics, Sociology and Language that belong to the social context.
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Bilateral Relations of Indonesia and Pakistan During President Joko Widodo's Occupation In The Analytical Framework of KJ Holsti Windy Khairunnisa, Brilliant
International Journal of Social Service and Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): International Journal of Social Service and Research
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President Joko Widodo was viewed as more involved in the economy and infrastructure throughout his term. This is no exception when it comes to developing bilateral relations with Pakistan, which has a long history of excellent connections with Indonesia. This is bolstered by President Joko Widodo's objective of increasing commerce between Indonesia and Pakistan. The purpose of this paper is to examine the bilateral relationship between Indonesia and Pakistan during President Joko Widodo's tenure, particularly in the areas of economy and tourism, using KJ Holsti's foreign policy analysis, which considers the leader's political personality as well as the strategic environment in national circumstances. Qualitative research methods with secondary data are used in this study. The findings of this study, on the other hand, suggest that President Joko Widodo's history as an entrepreneur and the occurrence of financial deficits in the past are the driving forces behind the economic policies implemented. In terms of the strategic environment, bilateral cooperation is being stressed more heavily in order to mitigate the impact of the US-China trade war and to promote transactions and diplomacy between the two nations, similar to what transpired between Pakistan and Indonesia.
Halal Certification for Micro And Small Industries of The Food and Beverage Sector In East Jakarta City, Bekasi City, and Gresik Regency Mohammad, Wily; Ryca Maulidiyah, Nabilla
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Halal certification is the one of the most important criteria for Muslims in buying food and beverage. The purpose of this research is to find out the numbers of halal certification among the micro and small industries of the food and beverage sector in East Jakarta City, Bekasi City, and Gresik Regency in running their business. The benefit of this research is that there is certainty and safety for Muslims with halal certification in these three cities in Indonesia, and as the recommendations for the government, academics, and halal activist. The type of this research is descriptive quantitative. The population in this research is the total of micro and small industries in these three cities. Determination of the sample in this research using the Taro Yamane sampling technique, with a significance level of 95%. From the results of these calculations, 395 industries are selected for the research samples. The results of this research are from 395 samples of micro and small industries of the food and beverage sector in East Jakarta City, Bekasi City, and Gresik Regency, 339 (86,8%) are not halal certified. Based on the interview with some samples, there is a lack of understanding, information, and trust in halal certification. It is recommended to academics, government, and halal activists to provide socializations for information and teaching for these industries about halal certification.
Characterize ZnO Nanoparticles’ Morphology and Crystal Structure, Respectively To Giving This Material for Further Learning To Students Panca Priyanda, Elza Rachman; handayani, Futri; Lestari, Oktri; Amanda Fitriana, Riri; wahyuni, Lila
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This study aims to characterize Zno Nanoparticles’ Morphology and Crystal Structure, Respectively to Giving This Material for Further Learning to Students. The method used in this study: (i) understanding how to synthesize ZnO nanoparticles using a liquid-phase synthesis (ii) implementation of ZnO nanoparticles to students and analysis their comprehension using Transcript Based Lesson Analysis (TBLA) on the Learning Video Recording and Adaptation Learning Transcript. To support this study, several analyses were done, such as a scanning electron microscope (SEM) and X-ray diffraction (XRD) to characterize ZnO nanoparticles’ morphology and crystal structure, respectively, prior to giving this material for further learning to students. Experimental results showed that the use of ZnO is effective to improve the student comprehension. Students become more serious in listening during the learning process. They also have been more curious to study science and technology.
Description of Pharmacist Communication In Self-Medication Amanda Fitriana, Riri; Dwi Utami, Ayu; Panca Priyanda, Elza Rachman; Lestari, Oktri; handayani, Futri
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Self-medication is a process carried out by a person in an effort to treat himself without the help of health workers. However, self-medication that occurs at the pharmacy will be directly guided by a pharmacist. For this reason, what a pharmacist needs to have is the ability to communicate with patients, both verbal communication and nonverbal communication. This study looks at how the preparation of prospective pharmacists in providing information to patients through verbal communication and creating a calm atmosphere through nonverbal communication.
The Implementation of The Punishment of Whipping In Aceh From A Legal and Human Rights Perspective Ethan Martupa Sahat Marune, Abraham
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The special autonomy authority of the Province of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam in Indonesia in the enforcement of Islamic criminal law is considered controversial with regard to the formalization of the enforcement of Islamic law by making the punishment ('uqubat) of whipping the main crime. The use and application of whipping by certain groups are seen as a form of cruelty, torture, contrary to the sense of legal justice, and a violation of human rights in Aceh. The authors will discuss the punishment of whipping from a legal and human rights perspective. The results of the author's research found that how the law in Indonesia and related Islamic law regulates the whipping punishment applied in Aceh, as well as discusses and analyzes human rights theories in relation to the whipping punishment in force in Aceh. Based on research, the authors conclude that whip punishment in force in Aceh has been referred to the sources of Islamic law then concretized to Qanun and confirmed by the Supreme Court ruling, and still pay attention to things that do not violate human rights.
The Effectiveness of Implementing Collaborative Online Learning Between Professions In A Pandemic Period Nurhaeni, Heni; Astit Karmawati, Ita; Yulita, Ita; Tarwoto; Tyastuti, Dwi
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Interprofessional Collaboration (IPE/C) is a form of developing health services for all health workers. In the Jakarta I Poltekkes environment since 2018, IPE/C-based learning has been developed to provide opportunities for nursing, midwifery, orthotic prosthetics and dental students to have direct experience in collaborating between professions (IPE/C) in public health services. Implementation of collaborative practice models in acute, primary, and community care. However, over time IPE/C activities were able to improve the quality of health services by using 4 domains; Roles, Communication, Norms/Values, Ethics, and Inter-Professional Communication. Courses with a “people-centered care” approach have strategies/methods: Demonstration, roleplay, discussion, and PBC, Tutorial, PBD/Independent, online media (zoom) and Library Studies on the documentation system. And during the Pandemic period, learning is carried out through online media with a maximum meeting time of 90 minutes and alternate breaks to anticipate device malfunctions with the link provided from Pusbangdik, namely Join Zoom Meetings. During 2 weeks of online learning, the students' achievements were obtained with an average score of 87.06, an increase of 56.7%, and 98% of students/lecturers stated that they were very satisfied with the joint learning.
Pollution Levels and Determinants of Water Health In The Citarum River, Muara Gembong Bekasi, West Java Awifan Krisnanti, Sukma; Awifan Dwijaya, Bayu
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Restoration of water quality needs attention at rivers in Indonesia. Land occupation and land conversion are the main problems that have an impact on the handling of water quality in the Muara Gembong area. The research location in the field administratively is in Muara Gembong District, Bekasi Regency, West Java.Testing the quality of river water in this study was carried out directly in the field using digital measuring instruments including pH (electrometic principle), water temperature (mechanical expansion principle), DO (membrane polarography principle), TDS (electrometric principle), Phosphate (calorimetric principle), Brightness (measurement of distance units) and Salinity (principle of refraction). As for the TSS (gravimetric principle) and BOD (membrane polarographic principle) parameters, the test was carried out in Laboratory at the Secretariat of the Indonesian Biodiversity Conservation Unit (IBCU). The results of the Pollution Index showed that the research location was divided into 3 groups, namely moderate pollution (upstream and Muara Mekar), light pollution (Middle, Muara Bendera, Beting and Muara Bungin) and good condition (Muara Kuntul). The results of PCA analysis with a variance value of 60.458% showed that the location of the study was holistically affected by TSS and phosphate content as the dominant environmental parameters determining environmental conditions.
The Effect of Organizational Commitment and Compensation On The Performance of BPN Office Employees, West Aceh Regency Fitria, Wirda
International Journal of Social Service and Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): International Journal of Social Service and Research
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This study aims to analyze the effect of organizational commitment and compensation on the performance of BPN office employees in West Aceh Regency. The objects studied were all employees at the BPN office in West Aceh district. Data collection techniques used quantitative methods in the form of questionnaires, interviews, observations, and document studies. This study uses primary data in the form of questionnaires or questionnaires distributed to all employees of the BPN office in West Aceh district, with a return rate of 97%. The data is then analyzed using multiple regression analysis to measure how much influence organizational commitment and compensation have on employee performance in the office West Aceh district BPN. The results of the study explain that organizational commitment has a positive effect on employee performance and compensation has a positive effect on employee performance. From the results of this study indicate that organizational commitment and compensation significantly influence employee performance in West Aceh district BPN office is at 69,27%.
Effect of Characteristics Individuals and Environmental Working to Performance Employees BPN West Aceh Nureli Nirha, Agus
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This is the lesson was conducted to find out whether Personal characteristics and workplace environment affect employee efficiency in West Aceh District Land Office. All employees at the Land Office of West Aceh Regency are the population, and the sample tested is 37 respondents. This study applies a questionnaire or questionnaire method for data collection. The data collection method multiple linear regression analysis, determinant coefficient (R2), t test, and F test which will be processed with SPSS version 20. Results of the research conclude: Individual Characteristics variable has a significant and positive influence related to employee performance number of b1 = 0.843, the number of t count = 4,800 and significant = 0.000. Employee performance is positively and significantly influenced by the work environment total b2 = 0.318, total t count = 3.510 and significant = 0.001 Personal characteristics and also. The work environment has a positive and significant impact on employee performance at the same time and the number of F count = 53.255 significant amount = 0.000 and the adjusted R2 value is 0.744. Meaning 74.4% Employee performance is explained by individual characteristics and work environment, and the remaining 25.6% is explained due to other factors not tested in this research.
Analysis of Community Satisfaction With Village Funds In Financial Management To Improve The Achievement of The Regional Development Program Marliana, Ana
International Journal of Social Service and Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): International Journal of Social Service and Research
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This research in 2021 aims to find out the Analysis of Community Satisfaction with Village Funds in Financial Management to improve the achievement of the Regional Development program in Meureubo Village, sub-district. Meureubo Kab. Aceh Barat, viewed based on community satisfaction using the Community Satisfaction Index (IKM) seen from the Village Fund. Descriptive Research is a research using analysis (IKM) Community Satisfaction Index. The research was conducted in Meureubo Village, Meureubo District with 100 respondents as the sample used. The data collected was carried out using a Questionnaire or Questionnaire method. The results showed that the community's perception of the Meureubo Village Fund, Meureubo sub-district, was seen based on Community Satisfaction using the Community (IKM) of the entire Village Fund in Financial Management to increase the achievement of regional development programs that were somewhat in line with the expectations of the community but in terms of Financial Management Slightly decreased in community satisfaction in Village development program, so with difficult conditions we see that in the future hopefully what has not been achieved, and with this research we can see how the situation of the community in Meureubo village is, how the community's satisfaction with Meureubo Village's services to the community.

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