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International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27158780     DOI : https://doi.org/10.54783/ijsoc.v4i1
International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC) is open access and peer-reviewed journal with e-ISSN (2715-8780), IJSOC is an international journal devoted to the study of science and technology in a social context. It focuses on the way in which advances in science and technology influence society and vice versa. It is a peer-reviewed journal that takes an interdisciplinary perspective, encouraging analyses whose approaches are drawn from a variety of disciplines such as History, Sociology, Economics, Political Science and International Relations, Technology Management, Environmental Studies, Health Science, etc. The journal publishes original full-length research papers in all areas related to Science, Technology, and Society. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to that. The journal consciously endeavors to combine scholarly perspectives relevant to academic research and policy issues relating to development. Besides research articles, the journal encourages research-based country reports, commentaries, literature reviews, and book reviews.
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Sultan Sumbawa Political Communication Pattern in Managing the Government (Study of Sultan Kaharuddin III's Government) Hidayat, Ofi
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The role of political communication in running a government is a way to achieve a goal. Political communication in Indonesia has existed since the time of the ancient Javanese kingdom. The study of political communication in Asia, especially in Indonesia, is still not too famous as in Western countries, the study of political correspondence that develops in Indonesia has more to do with modern governance based on the concept of Western political studies. In this study, researchers will examine what forms of social-political communication exist in Indonesia, especially in the former Sultanate. The government of Sultan Kaharuddin III, who led the Sultanate of Sumbawa, was chosen as the object of study this time. This research was conducted because during the reign of Sultan Sumbawa, when it used a government system that adopted Islamic values ​​and at that time also was a transition period for the independence of the Republic of Indonesia, then the Sultanate of Sumbawa only joined the Republic of Indonesia in 1950. This research will be examined using qualitative research methods. Researchers will look for how the form of political communication by Sultan Sumbawa using data collection techniques by observation, interviews with informants, and other supporting data collection. Researchers will interpret the phenomena that occur by using phenomenology. The results of this study describe the form of Sultan Sumbawa's political communication that uses the noble values ​​of social philosophy and is based on Islamic values ​​in running the government. The use of local arts and traditions has also become one of the political communication media used to achieve goals in the government system. So this is a distinguishing factor between the Sumbawa Sultanate and other Sultanates in Indonesia.
Analysis of Decemalization in Turkey Post Ataturk Fardfar, Farsyd
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The failure of the coup attempt in Turkey this year showed the support for Kemalism proved with only a small group of military who do. Kemalism that carries nationalism, secularism and Westernism have lived for many years in Turkey. But into the early 2000s with the victory of the AK Party and the election of Erdogan's Islamist assessed in several key positions such as mayor and then Prime Minister and now President showed the phenomenon of decline in support for Kemalism and the Turkish people's desire to return to practice religion freely. Not only that, the constitutional changes also contribute to it.
Comparison of Vietnam and China Democratization (The Effect of DOI-MOI Vietnam 1987 and The China Economic Reform OF 1978) Hua, Dongyen
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Vietnam and China is a reality of two authoritarian states under Communism regime. As pesimistic view, both of them judge can not consolidating democracy. But the economic growth growing fastly as the result of Doi Moi policy by Vietnam in 1987 and China’s economic reformation in 1978, are the positive signal for democracy. Communist Party (VCP and CCP) challenged to defending their legetimacy by take pragmatism way to changes their economic direction and release from the Communist orthodoxy. Economic reformation is a legetimacy transformacy nased on the performance that come from ideology. The indicator of non‐institutional democracy focus on the income distribution, and the legetimacy of Communist Party used as comparative tool of democracy in China and Vietnam.
Gender Equality in the Promotion of Civil Servants Services in the Government of West Java Province Hartati, Sri; Nurdin, Nurliah; Supriatna, Tjahya; Nurdin, Ismail; Maryani, Dedeh
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This study aims to analyze gender equality in the promotion of structural positions in the Government of West Java Province. This research design uses qualitative methods with data collection techniques in the form of in-depth interviews and documentation studies. While the research analysis technique is done by data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. The results of the study concluded that gender equality in the promotion of structural positions in West Java Province had not been realized optimally because the competency, qualifications, and work behavior of female civil servants are considered lower than men. Various servants faced by female civil servants for good promotion internal factors, namely the dual role and lack of motivation of women to progress, also obstacles to external factors stemming from the family, community, and organizational culture that are not gendered responsive. In addition to competence, qualifications, and work behavior, other considerations were found for the promotion of the position of a female civil servant, namely: multiple roles, type of work and location of assignments; this made women less likely to get strategic position promotions.
Development and Challenge Sharia Banks in the Middle East Ashira, Abdullah
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The development of Sharia Economics now shows quite encouraging developments. Although there is still no form of sharia economy itself agreed by the scholars. The key to sharia economics is of course the Sharia Bank. The strength of the non-ribbon business that became the Backbond of Bank Syarih has been recognized as a solid source in dealing with various monetary problems either micro or macro. This paper will discuss about how the economic potential of the middle east, the role of Islamic banking in the economy in it. The rapidly expanding economy of the Middle East has also provoked international banks to participate in developing the banking industry in the Middle East. Several case studies on middle east countries show how the challenges facing the banking world. From the different views of the ulama on the banking system, to the ease of transaction services that are favored and desirable to the public, even to the insurance despite the demand and bundling with banking products, and it turns out 70% of the bank's customers eventually transact insurance. It is hoped that this article can give us an idea of how Sharia economy develops in this country of origin of Islam. Then how is the middle eastern economy developed with a solid and solid Islamic banking system.
Legal Standing of Pre-Contractual Good Faith Principle as a Law Reformation of Indonesian Contract Law Kusmiati, N. Ike
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Good faith plays an important role in a contract since it holds a dominant position either during pre-contractual phase or when a contract is executed. However, pre-contractual good faith in Indonesian Civil Code is not recognized as such there is no legal assurance. In fact in pre-contractual stage, the parties already put some investment based on trust and hope, however, they faced dead end and they did not reach an agreement. This was tinted with the fading of wall between two major legal systems: Common Law System and Civil Law System as a result of dynamic in business relation involving countries bringing some developments in contract law. The extension in the substance of good faith in Article 1338 verse (3) of the Civil Code should not be implemented so grammartically that good faith does not only appear during the execution of the contract but it should also be interpreted during the whole process of the contract that good faith should lay the foundation of the parties relation both in pre-contractual phase and during the contract such that the good faith in Article 1338 verse (3) of Civil Code functions dynamically. In UPICC, the provision of good faith is stipulated in Article 1, 7 stressing on the importance of good faith and fair dealing. This stressing underlays the process of contract agreement. Good faith should be interpreted and formulated during the whole process of contract. Under the traditional doctrine of Common law, court cannot punish the defendant because Common Law system does not recognize the good faith principle in negotiation process. Nevertheless, modern law contract waives the legal assurance to reach a substantial justice that good faith is not only applied in a contractual relation but also in a pre-contractual. Meaning, good faith does not only bind upon matters explicitly stated in the agreement, but also upon ones that traditionally are required by appropriateness, tradition, or the law as stipulated in Article 1339 of the Civil Code and Article 6:248 of Netherlands NBW. The good faith and fair dealing principles should be the underpinning of contract law. Each party should uphold the principles of good faith and fair dealing in the whole process of the contract starting from negotiation, contract arrangement, the execution of the contract as far as the termination of the contract particularly in the reformation of Indonesian future contract law
Disasters, Drought, Poverty and Injustice as Root of Conflict Causes in Sudan Elsunna, Elsiddiq
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This study aims to analyze gender equality in the promotion of structural positions in the Government of West Java Province. This research design uses qualitative methods with data collection techniques in the form of in-depth interviews and documentation studies. While the research analysis technique is done by data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. The results of the study concluded that gender equality in the promotion of structural positions in West Java Province had not been realized optimally because the competency, qualifications, and work behavior of female civil servants are considered lower than men. Various servants faced by female civil servants for good promotion internal factors, namely the dual role and lack of motivation of women to progress, also obstacles to external factors stemming from the family, community, and organizational culture that are not gendered responsive. In addition to competence, qualifications, and work behavior, other considerations were found for the promotion of the position of a female civil servant, namely: multiple roles, type of work and location of assignments; this made women less likely to get strategic position promotions.
International Terrorism: Agenda Propaganda United States and its Views by Islam Alfurqo, Ali
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The study of terrorism, particularly international terrorism more prominent after the September 11th 2001. Now even the agenda almost every international meeting is always related or associated with terrorism issues. Not infrequently, this raises the presumption that the agenda of terrorism is closely associated with the propaganda agenda of the United States, because the United State currently taking part in many international issues. As a comparison from another perspective, when terrorism many associated with Islamic movements, it is important also to see, how to actually study the terrorism in the eyes of Islam.
The Implementation of Policy on Appointment of Permanent Lecturers at Private Universities in the City and Regency of Cirebon Nursahidin; Suryadi, Soleh; Yusuf, Ali Anwar
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The focus of this research is the implementation of policy on the appointment of permanent lecturers at private universities in the City and Regency of Cirebon which are not optimal yet,so that Private Universities in the City and Regency of Cirebon are faced with various problems in the appointment of permanent lecturers, that is, they have not yet fully paid attention to the regulations and quality standards of lecturers. The sub focus of this research is application of the approach of the idealized policy, the implementing organization, the target group and environmental factors as dimensions of policy implementation in relation to the appointment of permanent lecturers at private universities in the City and Regency of Cirebon.Based on the problem statement set out at the focus of research,then downgraded into a research question, what are the factors that have caused the implementation of policy on the appointment of the permanent lecturers at Private Universities in Cirebon City and Regency to be not yet optimal? What efforts are made by private universities in the city and regency of Cirebon to appoint permanent lecturers?And what strategies are effective to optimize the implementation of the policy of appointment of the permanent lecturers at Private Universities in the City and Regency of Cirebon?The results of the researchthen further analyzed with the theory of organizational effectiveness with the criteria of production, efficiency, satisfaction, adaptation and development. The method used in the research is a qualitative research method.Qualitative data collection is done through observation, interviews and Focus Group Discussion (FGD).In this research the writers describe the phenomena found in the field related to the research problem, then analyze it but without calculating the effect of a variable to other variables.Through this qualitative research method, it is expected that the writers can obtain accurate data related to the problem under research, so that the writers can analyze it in depth on how to implement the policy of appointment of permanent lecturers at PTS (Private Universities) in the City and Regency of Cirebon. The results showed the findings in the form of developing theories that strengthen the concept of Smith's policy implementation process (1973) that optimizing the appointment of permanent lecturers at Private Universities in the City and Regency of Cirebon can be achieved if Organizational Culture, Motivation and Competitiveness are developed.
Quality of Service and Control Governor’s Recommendation Utilization of Northern Bandung Area in the Office of Capital Invesment and One Stop Integrated Service the Province of West Java Firmansyah, Irvan Niko; Suryadi, Soleh; Sp, Edy Jusuf
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Government is an organization that has full responsibility on the improvement of public service quality. Consequently service becomes the prior task of organization’s officials as civil and public servants. There are 197 licenses and non-licenses public services. Therefore, it is important to maintain and improve service quality continuously. Meanwhile, the existing service quality hasn’t shown significant result. It can be viewed from public complaints on the publication process of governor’s recommendation of land use in North Bandung Region, yet there were a lot of field control that its implementation irrelevant with the recommendation. Complaints, indictments and inappropriateness recommendation in the field need to be minimized in order to optimize service quality and control conducted by West Java Provincial Government on the publication process of governor’s recommendation of land use in North Bandung Region. Accordingly, researcher would like to conduct further study on how Service Quality and Control of Governor’s Recommendation of Land Use in North Bandung Region performed by West Java Provincial Government, as well as to study strategies that can be applied in order to improve service quality. This research applied qualitative study using snow ball technique to objects of study, i.e. public service administrator; public service customer; public service observer, primarily those who are involved in the legalization of governor’s recommendation of land use in North Bandung Region. The data were obtained through interview and deep analysis using triangulation observers. The research of the study reveals that the inconsistency of service quality is influenced by 10 dimensions, i.e. tangibles, reliability, responsiveness, courtesy, credibility, security, access, communication and understanding consumer. On the other hand, environment control, risk assessment, control activities, information and communication, yet monitoring control are determinant factors in controlling governor’s recommendation of land use in North Bandung Region. It is done by applying strategy that implement technology, innovation and operation approach. From the research, it is found new dimensions, they are: institutional coordination, supervision, collaboration, prosecution and policy diversification through GSMALL Collaboration Model (Government, Society, Media, Academic, and Law Enforcement).

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