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Asian Journal of Innovative Research in Social Science
Published by CV. DAS Mitra Edukasi
ISSN : -     EISSN : 28293061     DOI : https://doi.org/10.53866/ajirss.v1i2.95
Asian Journal of Innovative Research in Social Science is an official journal of DAS Institute. It is an open-access online scientific journal. It publishes original scientific outputs. It neither accepts nor commissions third party content. Recognised internationally as the leading peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal devoted to the publication of original papers, it serves as a forum for practical approaches to improve quality on issues pertaining to social science, humanities and its related fields.
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SHARIA ECONOMIC ISSUES IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF M. DAWAM RAHARDJO Adinda Novelia Puspita; Toufan Aldian Syah
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This study aims to study further the thoughts of a Muslim figure in Indonesia who has a different view of the Islamic economic system. He is M. Dawam Rahardjo, whose thoughts give rise to many controversies. One of them is to disagree with the bank's interest ban. The method used in this study is literature studies. The results showed that according to M. Dawam Raharjo, which is forbidden in the Qur'an as the holy book of Muslims is transacting in a bathil. Financial transactions conducted at financial institutions are most profitable for all parties
Reaching Unbankable Segments Using Branchless Banking Model with Mosque Partnership: Study from Indonesia SISWANTORO
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Islamic banking has a market share that tends to be low compared to conventional banking. To overcome this problem, the government has issued a regulation regarding branchless banking, one of which is to expand access to banking services for the public. However, the implementation of branchless banking in sharia banking tends to be less than optimal. Due to the limited number of branch offices, it does not reach the lower-class segment of society and MSMEs (unbankable segment). This research offers an idea to solve this problem by designing a model framework for implementing branchless banking in Islamic banking through mosque partnerships. The method used is qualitative. The data sources used are of the secondary type in the form of journal articles, books, reports from the government, national news websites, and other relevant sources that have previously been accessed and downloaded. The data analysis technique uses descriptive analysis. The results show that the branchless banking framework model through mosque partnerships can be an alternative solution in targeting the unbankable market share so that it has the potential to increase market share in Islamic banks. It is supported by mosques' tremendous physical and non-physical potential in Indonesia. Nevertheless, the government is advised to make regulations regarding this matter immediately. In addition, Islamic banking is expected to maximize the role of investors and Islamic philanthropy such as waqf and allocate CSR funds or profits to support the necessary funds and optimize the mentoring process for mosque administrators.
FATHER’S ROLE (A Study of Fathers in Bandung) Indri Utami Sumaryanti; Jannah Yuniar
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The research found that the father’s role was important in many aspects of children’s life. Father’s roles were viewed differently in several countries. According to the research conducted in a country that holds family tradition, the father figure became strong when the father had access to wealth. It can be concluded that material and financial aspects hold an important role. Another research found a different result in another country where fathers were viewed as neopatriarchal father, failed father, and father substituted by others. Bandung is a city that represented Sundanese family values and also represented diversity. Therefore, this research was aimed to investigate father’s roles based on their own perspectives. The subjects were 100 fathers in Bandung obtained by multi-stage sampling. The quantitative method was used to explain the role of the father, while the data collection method used was questionnaire. The data analysis used was descriptive statistics. This research concluded that there were 3 father’s roles that were viewed as important roles, i.e., father as a model, as a teacher, and as an encourager.
SADAQAH AND ITS RELEVANCE TO PEOPLE’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS OF FERDINAND DE SAUSSURE Apik Anitasari Intansaputri; Waliko; Toufan Aldian Syah; Abdul Basit
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This qualitative interpretative research aims at scientifically testing the signs and symbols of sharia economic values in the equitable distribution of justice in the Quran based on the semiotic discourse of the Quran and describes their significance in the economic sphere. Economic values and principles are presented in the Quran in Surah Al-Baqarah verse 261, which explains the meaning of charity with its seven-hundred-fold reward for whoever gives charity. Semiotics, as one approach to the Quran study, attempts to construct the meaning of language with a sign system. The marking interpretation method is to synergize between the mark and the marker, which leads to a new representation of the meaning. Based on semiotic reading, socio-economic justice may be realized through several ways: Eliminating monopolies; Guaranteeing all parties’ rights and opportunities for active participation in the economic processes, including production, distribution, circulation and consumption; Ensuring fulfillment of the basic needs of every community member; and conducting socio-economic security assurance mandate for survival and assisting the weak.
IMPLEMENTATION OF TALAQQI METHOD IN LEARNING TAHFIDZ AL-QUR'AN AT AT-TAQWA PUTRI ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL BEKASI waliko; Meivika Nurlisa Arinasti; Syukrin Nurkamiden; A.M. Ismatulloh
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The similarities are that they both use the Talaqqi method in their application. The angel Gabriel also used the Talaqqi method when conveying revelations to the Prophet Muhammad. Then the difference lies in the target in applying the Talaqqi method were at the At-Taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School. Thus, the Talaqqi method can be the most appropriate solution to be applied among the At-Taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School students. In 1986, a higher level was established, namely the At-taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School. The target is all At-Taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School students, both tahfidz and non-tahfidz. The Al Baqiyatussalihat Islamic Boarding School changed its name to the At-taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School. With the Talaqqi method, the Qur'an is not only preserved verbally and in writing but also how to read it. Advantages and Disadvantages in the application of Talaqqi Method in At-Taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School. The At-taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School, originally named Pesantren al Baqiyatussalihat. The author has observed tahfidz students at At-Taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School Bekasi and found that in implementing the memorization process using the Talaqqi method. Talaqqi Method at At-Taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School. In this activity, there were findings as reported by TQ informants for the muraja'ah process of tahfidz students usually doing it independently or making halaqah with an unspecified time and anywhere. Talaqqi method. This research was conducted by direct interviews with students and the general chairman of the student organization at At-Taqwa Putri Islamic Boarding School Bekasi. Meanwhile, this research focuses specifically on one method, namely the Talaqqi method.
GENDER ANALYSIS ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (Study at the Faculty of Ushuluddin, Adab, and Humanities IAIN Purwokerto) Farichahtul Maftuchah; Waliko
AJIRSS: Asian Journal of Innovative Research in Social Science Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Asian Journal of Innovative Research in Social Science
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Background of this study: The reality of gender differences turns out to cause various forms of injustice in one sex. For this reason, efforts are needed to strengthen the structure in fostering gender justice. Educational institutions are strategic elements that are able to transfer the values of gender to members of the organization. This research is qualitative research with methods of collecting interview data, observation and documentation. The results showed the organizational culture of IAIN Purwokerto faculty (FUAH) can be mapped across three categories: gender responsive, gender neutral and gender bias. The gender responsive category is in the aspect of the lecture process, where most lecturers treat students equally and provide motivation and support for those who are left behind. For gender neutral categories there are aspects of mission vision, leadership, awarding mechanisms, appointments, all of which are based on applicable rules. The appointment of officials and the awarding of awards and opportunities to both lecturers, education personnel, and students are not based on gender, but rather based on predetermined criteria and qualifications. For the gender bias category there is in the aspect of infrastructure facilities, which include public facilities (stairs), seating for students in the lecture hall, and toilets.
Review of Gini Ratio on Economic Growth with Human Mobility Mediation during Indonesia's Covid-19 Era Sri Indriyani Siregar; Firda Agil Al Rasyid
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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed people's lives a lot; even the realization of the National Mid-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) has been disrupted. The changes in population mobility patterns have intervened in the efforts to reduce regional inequality to increase economic growth. This study aims to gain new insight into the provincial classification of the Gini ratio and the relationship between economic growth and the Gini ratio, as well as human mobility. In addition, this aims to know whether mobility is proven to mediate the Gini ratio and economic growth relationship using Path Analysis using Robust Regression. As for the data source, this study uses the provincial panel data from the 1st Semester of 2020 to the 2nd Semester of 2021 from Statistics Indonesia and Google Community Mobile Reports. This study shows that the Gini ratio has changed many provinces to a lower classification, indicating that the pandemic affects the upper-middle-class economy. Furthermore, it can be significantly proven that human mobility affects the relationship between income inequality and economic growth (Sobel test p-value = 0.0207). This study can be used as an evaluation material for the government and the stakeholders. Especially to formulate strategies so that the increase of human mobility has an economic goal and in a fit human body condition to restore the economic wheels and not become a time bomb for the COVID-19 transmission in Indonesia.
APPLICATION OF MAGNETIC FORCE TO MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION MAGNETIC LEVITATION HIGH-SPEED RAILWAY Florianus Lamablawa; Sovian Aritonang
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A magnet or magazine is an object that has a magnetic field. Magnets can also be interpreted as objects with symptoms and properties affecting certain materials around them. Magnetic force is one part of the electromagnetic force, where the other force becomes the fundamental force of nature caused by the movements of charge. Because magnets only attract particular objects, they can also not work or are not stylized, or there can even be a rejection of some particular objects on the magnet. The new generation of transportation is fast, reliable, and safe. In addition, it is also convenient, environmentally friendly, easy maintenance, and supports mass transportation. Magnetic levitation (maglev) trains are among the best candidates that meet these requirements.
TOURISM DEVELOPMENT THROUGH CREATIVE ECONOMY IN SAUDI ARABIA: SUSTAINING COFFEE AS A CULINARY DESTINATION IN BURAIDAH Kurniawan Arif Maspul
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Ideas and community synergy are required in maintaining a creative economy in strengthening not only the local economy but likewise being a role in its development of coffee productivity, profitability and quality growth in the Middle East's coffee value chain to the global level. Visiting the development of specialty coffee in Saudi Arabia in recent years has made it one of the options for the creative economy built on community development in local tourism growth. Critically in Buraidah as one of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) in the field of gastronomy, specialty coffee is entirely resonant with its synergies around the coffee value chain in Saudi Arabia, making it one of the proponents of the local creative economy. This paper is a qualitative descriptive through the literature, observations, site visits and interviews, which were analysed, concluded that the creative economy through coffee in Buraidah has developed more profoundly in strengthening the sustainable economy as a culinary destination in the region. All actors from the coffee value chain in the region are anticipated to be able to sustain its development for a better future generation.
GEREJA ORANG BASUDARA: THE CONTESTED NARRATIVE FROM THE PROTESTANT CHURCH OF MOLUCCAS Frejhon Cleimen Lasatira
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This article describes the Gereja orang basudara concept in The Protestant Church of Maluku as the umbrella protecting and showing civic engagement, such as our strong tradition, religious institution, and mutual trust in Maluku. There are two essential points which are the history of Muslims-Christians' engagement in building social interaction and problem-solving after conflict by large, a sphere of solidarity. This research employed narrative research on the qualitative research method through historical and autoethnography approaches. The research result found that, first, the Gereja orang basudara term lives on the grassroots of society but did not show up in the institutional regime, which caused the failure of religious institutions and leaders to stop the violence during the social conflict in Maluku in 1999. After the battle, the Protestant Church of Moluccas practices peacebuilding by claiming their space and sphere as the room for all, where the church exists not only as a building for Christian people but also for Muslim people. Finally, the church does peacebuilding similar to peacebuilding in everyday life.

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