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Journal Research of Social Science, Economics, and Management
ISSN : 28076494     EISSN : 28076311     DOI : 10.36418
Core Subject : Economy, Social,
The Journal Research of Social Sacience, Economics And Management is a double blind peer-reviewed academic journal and open access to social, technology and scientific fields. The journal is published bimonthly once by Syntax Corporation Indonesia. The Journal Research of Social Sacience, Economics And Management 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 Sacience, Economics And Management.
Articles 159 Documents
Literature Review Picture of Mental Revolution to Improve Citizenship Characteristics, Especially Among Generation Z Wildy Hernanda, Renita; Rahma Sapitri, Ane; Al Adawiyah, Khofifah; Amalia, Riska; Iman Muthaqin, Dwi
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36418/jrssem.v1i1.1

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The character development of citizens, especially among the Z generation is something that must be considered. In psychology, the characteristics of Generation Z can be compared to the characteristics of adolescents and the transition to early adulthood. The increase in the character of Generation Z can be influenced by psychological conditions that can be pursued through the application of character education. Character development education is a process that is always ongoing and will never end. To create the characteristics of citizens who make good citizens (good citizenship), it can be done through the mental revolution movement. The method used in this study is a literature review related to the mental revolution and the characteristics of citizens, especially among Generation Z. The results of this study state that improving the characteristics is very necessary related to improving the welfare of the country and supporting the progress of the country during increasingly competitive global competition. . The mental revolution movement is an effort to improve the character education of citizens, through the cultivation of multicultural values.
Legal Protection For Workers Through Social Security Program Ariningsih, Nura Damayanti; Ratna Yulifa, Windy; Agus Santoso, Aris Prio
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (5113.017 KB) | DOI: 10.36418/jrssem.v1i1.2

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The no. 11 2020 law on occupational copyright in section 82 verse 1 mentions that the rule of chapter 18 was changed to read as follows: a social security program includes (a) health insurance, (b) occupational safety, (c) retirement security, (e ) a guarantee of death, (e) a guarantee of death, and (f) a bail of death, but in execution, it cannot be fully implemented by the giver of such social security. The study aims to know the form of legal protection for labor through a social security program by 2020's statute 11 on job copyright and knowing how the implementation of the social security program for labor. The study employed an empirical juridical method using primary and secondary data conducted with a random sampling technique. The data obtained is analyzed with qualitative data analysis. From this study came that legal protection contained rights and obligations. The government has published a 2020 statute of no. 11 to create legal protection for the workforce. But in development in the field, there is still a large amount of manpower that has not earned their right to social security, which means that governments have not been able to provide maximum protection to the workforce.
Study on Innovative Behavior of “X” Hotel Employees In Surabaya Agustina, Tri Siwi; Novianti, Fadlilah Karunia
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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Uncertainty is always faced in an ever-changing business environment, this makes organizations must have the readiness and ability to create innovations. This study aims to analyze the effect of perceived peer support and perceived organizational support on innovative behavior. This study uses work engagement as a mediating variable, and leader-member exchange as a moderating variable. This research was conducted at Hotel X Surabaya, which is part of a four-star national hotel chain. The sample used is the operational employees of Hotel X Surabaya, which means 40 employees. Next, the trial uses the least-squares portion (PLS). The results of this study indicate that work engagement fully mediates the relationship between perceived peer support and innovative behavior. This shows that the perception of peer support does not directly affect innovative behavior. Furthermore, on the relationship between perceived organizational support and innovative behavior, the job involvement variable partially mediates. This study also shows the results that leader-member exchange strengthens the relationship between perceived organizational support and innovative behavior. Thus, for high-level leader-exchange members, the relationship between perceived organizational support and innovative behavior was stronger than for low-leader-member exchanges.
The Effectiveness of Implementation of Permenkes Number 10 Year 2021 Concerning Implementation of Vaccines for Management of COVID-19 in The Community Ariningsih, Nura Damayanti; Yulifa, Windy Ratna
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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Minister of Health Regulation Number 10 of 2021 concerning Vaccines in the Context of the Covid-19 Pandemic, in the regulation it is stated in Article 1 Number 1 concerning the definition of vaccines, vaccines are biological products that contain antigens in the form of dead or attenuated live microorganisms, still intact. or part thereof, or in the form of a microorganism toxin that has been processed into a toxoid or recombinant protein, which is added with other substances, which when administered to a person actively causes specific immunity against certain diseases. The fact on the ground is that currently the Covid-19 vaccine program is faced with various reasons for acceptance and rejection related to this. The problem in this study is how to implement Permenkes No. 10 of 2021 regarding the implementation of vaccinations in the context of controlling COVID-19 in the community and how the community responds to vaccinations in Indonesia. This research method is juridical-empirical by collecting data through questionnaires to determine the effectiveness of the implementation of Minister of Health Regulation Number 10 of 2021 concerning Vaccines in the Context of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) in the Community. Based on the results of the study, it was concluded that the implementation of Ministerial Regulation Number 10 of 2021 concerning Vaccines in the Context of the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic in the community has received a lot of approval regarding the Covid-19 vaccine program policy because the program aims to stem the Covid pandemic. -19 this.
Analysis of Halal Tourism Development in Lombok Island to Support The Economic Welfare of The Community Taqwiem, Ahsani; Diyan Pertiwi, Farida
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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Halal tourism has recently begun to be frequently discussed with its enormous economic potential. referring to Crescent Rating data which states that in 2014 Muslims around the world spent around US$126.1 billion for tourism expenditure allocation where Indonesia was in the 6th position as the most favorite halal tourist destination in the world. This potential needs to be observed by Indonesia with several favorite tourist attractions that have long been known to the world in this country. Lombok Island as one of the favorite tourist destinations in Indonesia in 2015 has won two awards as the World's Best Halal Tourism Destination and the World's Best Halal Honeymoon Destination where the Governor of West Nusa Tenggara TGM Zainul Majdi has stated his readiness to develop halal tourism in Lombok. with several favorite destinations such as Senggigi Beach, Gili Trawangan, and Mount Rinjani. So in this journal, the author will describe the results of research using a SWOT analysis on the development of halal tourism on the island of Lombok.
Implementation of Criminal Sanctions Against Criminals of Humiliation and Defamation Through the Internet Ramadhona, Devi
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (60.348 KB) | DOI: 10.36418/jrssem.v1i2.6

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Technological developments have made cybercrime rates continue to grow. One exampleis humiliation and defamation through the internet. The purpose of this study is to identify and analyze the factors that cause perpetrators to commit criminal acts of defamation through social  media, the application of criminal sanctions against perpetrators of criminal acts of defamation through the internet in terms of the perspective of criminal law in Indonesia. Indonesia and identify and analyze efforts to overcome the occurrence of criminal acts of Information and Electronic Transactions (ITE). The approach taken in this research is normative and empirical juridical with data sourced from library research and field research. The results of this study indicate that the factors that cause perpetrators to commit criminal acts of defamation through social media are economic factors, socio-cultural factors, injury factors, and lack of legal awareness. Efforts to overcome the occurrence of criminal acts of Information and Electronic Transactions (ITE) are by "non-penal" through various prevention efforts without having to use the criminal justice system. What is meant by "non-penal" is through various prevention efforts without having to use the criminal justicesystem.
The Effect of Online Learning on Academic Stress on Students Samudra, Eric Arizona; Matulessy, Andik
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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The policies carried out by the Indonesian government to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases include implementing health protocols, namely maintaining a distance so that theteaching and learning process in schools and campuses in each university uses the distancemethod as an effort to prevent the development and spread of COVID-19. Rapid and suddenchanges in the education system can cause intense academic stress on students. The purpose of this study was to determine whether online learning can affect academic pressure on students. The subjects of this study were undergraduate students from several universities, both PTN and PTS spread across Java Island, who participated in online learning as many as 237 students or participants who had filled out the online learning scale and the Educational stress scale for adolescents (ESSA). This test uses SLR (Simple Linear Regression) SPSS 20.0 for windows with the results of a simple linear regression test between online learning and academic stress, the calculated F value = 5.110 at a significance level of p = 0.027 (p < 0.01). The results show asignificant relationship between distance learning independent variable (X) and learning stressdependent variable (Y). So it can be concluded that there is an important relationship between online learning and academic stress. The implications of the results of this study are expected to be a reference for related parties to evaluate the online learning system so that it does not have an impact on increasing academic stress on students.
Branding Coffe Shop With Islamic Values As Marketing Communication Strategy Across Social Media Platform Rosyiidiani, Thalitha Sacharissa; Widya, Aurelia Syafira
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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Business in the food and beverage industry in Indonesia is growing every year. The sector also makes a significant contribution so that it can increase economic growth in Indonesia. Apart from cafes, coffee shops are one of the most desirable parts of the culinary industry today. Very significant business development is currently happening in the coffee shop industry, which appears in big cities. Al'Cal Coffee is a business engaged in the F&B industry, especially coffee shops. Al'Cal is an Islamic coffee shop founded in 2018 and successfully opened a second branch in Serpong in September 2020. In running its business, each coffee shop must have different marketing communication strategies and activities. This study aims to identify the marketing communication activities carried out by Al'Cal Coffee on Instagram, how Al'Cal Coffee implements the integrated marketing communication strategy, and the Islamic elements contained in Al'Cal Coffee's marketing communication strategy Instagram. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method with primary data from interviews, observations, and documentation. The study results illustrate that there is a match and relationship between the theory of Integrated Marketing Communication Strategy with those in the field. The strategy is carried out starting from the planning, implementation, and evaluation stages.
The Effect Of Wom And Advertising On Purchase Intention With Brand Awareness As Mediating Variable At Five Star Restaurants In Nusa Dua Wardani, Sri; Utama, Putu; Sihombing , Irene H
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 4 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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Five-star hotel restaurants in the Nusa Dua area managed by international chains have similarities, namely not achieved the restaurant sales targets set by the company, restaurants not being remembered and known by consumers, restaurants not being advertised in various media, and TripAdvisor rankings, bubble ratings, and reviews are low. The above phenomena are related to the theory of word-of-mouth communication, advertising, brand awareness, and purchase intention. Research is conducted on the effect of word-of-mouth communication and advertising on purchase intention with brand awareness as a mediating variable. This type of research is explanatory research with non-probability purposive sampling technique with data collection techniques through questionnaires. Questionnaires were distributed to customers who had stayed and visited Eight Degrees South Conrad Bali and The Shore Hilton Bali for a period of one month from July 2021 to August 2021. The respondents who answered the questionnaire were 170 respondents. SEM PLS analysis was used to analyze the data. This study found that brand awareness has a positive and significant effect on purchase intention. WOM and advertising have no significant effect on purchase intention. WOM and advertising have a positive and significant effect on brand awareness. Brand awareness significantly mediates WOM and advertising on purchase intention. Restaurant managers are advised to advertise hotel restaurants on social media and advertorial advertisements to build brand awareness and consumer purchase intentions. Future research to explore the possibility of being developed in the room and spa division.
Analysis of Effect on Asset Return, Return on Equity, Earning Per Share, and Net Profit Margin on Share Price on Banking Company Claudia, Agnes; Indrati, Menik
Journal Research of Social, Science, Economics, and Management Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal Research of Social Science, Economics and Management
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The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of Return On Assets (ROA), Return On Equity (ROE), Earning Per Share (EPS), and Net Profit Margin (NPM) on stock prices. In this study, there is one dependent variable, namely stock prices, and four independent variables, namely Return On Assets (ROA), Return On Equity (ROE), Earning Per Share (EPS), and Net Profit Margin (NPM). Return on Assets (ROA) is measured by dividing net income by total assets in the company. Return On Equity (ROE) with return on common equity and net return on common equity, which measures the return on investment of ordinary shareholders. Net Profit Margin (NPM) is calculated by dividing the total net profit earned by the company by each sale made. Earning Per Share (EPS) by dividing the number of each ordinary share produced during a specific period by the shares outstanding, measured by dividing the total period income available to shareholders from the company's common shares by the number of ordinary shares outstanding. The population and sample are 35 companies with banking companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange during 2017 – 2019, so that the research sample is 35 samples, namely 105 companies. The results of this study indicate that Return On Assets (ROA) does not affect stock prices, Return On Equity (ROE) is detrimental to stock prices, Earning Per Share (EPS) has a positive effect on stock prices, and net income. Margin (NPM) does not affect stock prices.

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