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INDONESIA
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research
Published by Future Science
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27751082     DOI : https://dx.doi.org/10.11594/ijssr
Core Subject : Education, Social,
Social culture. Public & social policy Governance & regional autonomy Development economics. Politics Communication Sociology Anthropology Taxation Administration (public & business )
Articles 21 Documents
An Analysis of Contribution From Hotel and Restaurant Taxes to Manado City District Own Revenue Wauran, Anita Ludia Vivian
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Volume 1 Nomor 1 December 2020
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One of the efforts in financing regional development is to increase regional income sourced from regional taxes. The Manado City Government in carrying out the effort to increase the regional tax is carried out by the Regional Tax and Retribution Management Agency as a place to carry out the Regional Government's authority in the context of decentralization in the area of regional income, especially in the area of Manado's local tax. The source of revenue from District Own Search Revenue of Manado City comes from local taxes, such as hotel taxes, restaurants, entertainment, billboards, parking, water, and land taxes, swallow nests, Land and Building taxes P2, BPHTB, PLN, and Non-PLN Street lighting taxes, minerals nonmetal and rock. This research aims to find out how much the contribution of hotel and restaurant taxes can be generated as District Own Search Revenue with the growth of tourism that continues to increase coupled with the growth of hotels and restaurants in Manado City, with the benefits of the research is expected to provide input to the Manado City government in efforts to increase District Own Search Revenue through hotel and restaurant taxes. This research uses a contribution analysis, with the average contribution of hotel and restaurant tax realization to District Own Search Revenue per year of 7.06% and the level of effectiveness of hotel and restaurant taxes running fluctuations from year to year.
Nudging Taleb, Ahmad; Talib, Ameen
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Volume 1 Nomor 1 December 2020
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Several challenges and rising costs are facing the healthcare industry today. Some of these health costs are a direct consequence of lifestyle choices such as unhealth diets, obesity and smoking. These challenges can be managed if policy makers have the tools to influence and alter people’s behaviour. The conventional tools used for influencing behaviour include legislation, regulation and information provision. Recently, interest has been shown in policies that ‘nudge’ people in particular directions.
Use of Comparative Symbols Based on Data Type to Formulate a Questionnaire Faizal, Mochammad; Hidayatullah, Mochammad Rizky; Putra, Aulia Kharisma
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Volume 1 Nomor 1 December 2020
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When it comes to using the unit of a number, some researchers cannot distinguish when to use the comparison symbol while designing a questionnaire. This study will discuss how the use of comparative symbols by the type of data in the questionnaire questions through literature studies. It can be concluded that the use of comparison symbols in the questionnaire options cannot be done when the nominal data type is used. The results of this study can be implemented for designing a research instrument that uses a comparison symbol on the question options.
One Stop Service Public Innovation In The Non TPI Class I Immigration Office Serang City Indonesia Ningrum, Kartika Shania; Berthanilla, Rethorika; Sururi, Ahmad
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Volume 1 Nomor 1 December 2020
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This study aims to determine the extent of implementation of the innovation one stop service at the Kantor Imigrasi Kelas I Non TPI Serang. This research uses descriptive method with qualitative approach. The technique of taking informants using snowball sampling technique combined with accidental sampling. This research was conducted at the Kantor Imigrasi Kelas I Serang from April 22, 2019 until August 27, 2019. The data were collected by observation, interview and documentation. Based on the results of this study concluded 1) innovation that run was good enough, 2) services provided when running the innovation was already good. While that is a contributing factor in the implementation of this innovation is 1) a queue at the immigration quota is not too much so as to sum up the work of immigration officers, 2) Immigration Office adequate facility for the community. Then the inhibiting factor is the lack of clear information dissemination to the public.
Capacity and Service Innovation In Implementation Government Of Village In Serang District Indonesia Sukendar, Sukendar; Hasanah, Budi
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Volume 1 Nomor 1 December 2020
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This article discusses the capacity and innovation of Village Government population services in several villages in Serang District, Indonesia. The research approach used qualitative descriptive with interview data collection techniques, observation and documentation with the informant determination technique through purposive sampling. The results of the research findings indicate that capacity and service innovation are the most energetic parts of the implementation of village governance. In this case, it is important to encourage the performance of village government, especially in increasing the capacity and governance of public service innovation in several villages in Serang District.
Expecation Gap in Surabaya: The Assessment Between Auditors With Audit Report Users Wibowo, Danny
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Volume 2 Nomor 1 June 2021
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Expectation gaps always occur in companies where there is a difference between what public accountants (auditors) believe to be their responsibilities and what users of financial statements want. Thus this study discusses the expectation gap which aims to determine the performance of auditors in performing any audit work, to know the reactions of audit report users when reading the audit results, and to find out the process between auditors and audit report users when experiencing an expectation gap. This assessment uses qualitative data types. Sources of data used are observation and interviews. This research uses descriptive research and data analysis used is descriptive qualitative analysis. In this study, there is a conclusion that there are differences in expectations between auditors and auditees. Factors that trigger differences in expectations include; audit education both on the auditor and the auditee side, the standards owned by the auditor, the auditor's performance and the auditor's experience and the auditee's attitude
Project-Based Versus Traditional Lecture Teaching Methods Hafeez, Muhammad
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Volume 2 Nomor 1 June 2021
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To compete with the world in the 21st century, it is necessary to adopt modern learning strategies like inquiry-based, project-based, problem-based. The traditional learning strategies are no viable now to improve the learning skills of the learners. A review of previous studies on traditional lecture-based and project-based learning strategies has been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of both learning strategies. The learning outcomes and statistical results of 15 previously published articles have been selected for this review study. The learning outcomes and statistical results of previous literature indicated that all the studies showed significant improvement in the learning and cognitive skills of the learners. The effectiveness of project-based teaching strategy in various educational levels are also described in the study.
Implementation of Population Administration Policy on the Quality of Death Certificate Issuance Services Sudrajat, Deni; Badriatin, Tine; Setiawan, Rudi; Sudiarti, Sri
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Volume 2 Nomor 1 June 2021
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This study aims to determine the influence of population administration policy implementation to service quality Issuance of a death certificate in the Department of Population and Civil Registration Tasikmalaya District, which is based on the theories that are relevant to the research conducted. The method used in this research is explanatory research, which is a research-based survey. Data collection techniques used through observation, documentation, and questionnaires, while data analysis is used through multiple regression testing subsequent partial (lane) of each dimension studied (path analysis). The results of the study showed that the implementation of a policy of population administration influence the quality of service the issuance of a death certificate in the Department of Population and Civil Registration Tasikmalaya Regency is determined by the size and purpose of the policy, policy resources, characteristics or properties of entities implementing agencies, communication among relevant organizations with implementation activities, the attitude of the executive, and the environment as economic, social, political.
Financial Statement Model Based on SAK EMKM In The “Polife” Student Entrepreneur Group Kumaat, Lusye Corvanty; Paendong, Yelly Sjenny; Lintong, Jerry Sonny
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Volume 2 Nomor 1 June 2021
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The purpose of this research is to create a Financial Report Model based on SAK-EMKM in the Student Entrepreneurial Group "PROLIFE" in Manado City, North Sulawesi Province. The ratio of the number of entrepreneurs or entrepreneurs in Indonesia is currently only 2 percent of the total population. Ideally, the ratio of entrepreneurs is 4 percent in order to encourage national economic growth. The POLIFE student entrepreneurial group is part of the Student Entrepreneurship Program (SEP) which is a program initiated by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia, to be developed into campus life in order to stimulate the entrepreneurial spirit of students. As an entity, the manager is obliged to prepare financial reports, which will be used by interested parties in making decisions. To help MSMEs meet their financial reporting needs, the Indonesian Institute of Accountants' Financial Accounting Standards Board has compiled and ratified SAK EMKM. Financial reports based on SAK EMKM, which Polife must prepare, consist of a statement of financial position, an income statement, and notes to financial statements.
Evaluation Performance Covid-19 Tasikmalaya Task Unit Kusumah, Danial; Aji, Dede
Indonesian Journal of Social Science Research Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Volume 2 Nomor 1 June 2021
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The role of the Covid-19 Task Force determines the effectiveness of handling the pandemic in Tasikmalaya City. Performance evaluation is an instrument to measure the gap between the established policies and the resulting achievements. The analytical method in this study uses a literature study through a qualitative approach. By using the indicators of transparency, participation, responsiveness, and accountability, it was found that the Covid-19 Task Force has shown good performance in efforts to accelerate the handling of the corona virus in the City of Tasikmalaya. However, continuous performance improvement is needed to be able to significantly reduce the number of positive cases

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