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West Science Interdisciplinary Studies
Published by Westscience Press
ISSN : 29871042     EISSN : 29858895     DOI : https://doi.org/10.58812/wsis.v1i07.121
Core Subject : Economy, Social,
Journal that publishes multidisciplinary research articles, which include: Humanities and social sciences, Business Economics, Cooperatives & Banking, Sharia Economics, Development Economics, HR Development, Taxation and Commercial Insurance, Communication, Technique, Informatics, Information Systems, Public Health and Healthcare, Electrical Engineering, Agriculture, Law, Marketing. This journal is published by West Science Press.
Articles 107 Documents
Economic Recovery Following the Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia with a Local Branding Strategy Leveraging Youth Participation in the Green-Creative Economy Digitization Program (PRO-DEKHA) Fathul Jawad; Muhamad Fikri Asy'ari; Sahda Nabila Agusta; Ghina Hana Zafira; Aqmal Mei Shandika
West Science Interdisciplinary Studies Vol. 1 No. 01 (2023): West Science Interdisciplinary Studies
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The Covid-19 domino effect impacts both the health sector and the Indonesian economy. In 2020, there was a 2.07 percent economic decline compared to 2019 due to the prevention of an increasing number of Covid-19 spreads, which hampered economic activities and impacted social welfare felt by the community, one of which was Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). MSMEs contributed 61.97 percent of the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2020, indicating that MSMEs play an important role in the Indonesian economy. This raises awareness about the importance of creating a sustainable economy, which can be accomplished through economic digitization. Economic digitization uses the internet and artificial intelligence (AI) to facilitate economic activity. During the epidemic, one of the economic sectors that survived was the digital economy, for example, Shopee, Tokopedia, and others. Thus, economic digitalization assists the younger generation's 'green-creative economy.' Indonesian youth can leverage the digitalization of the green-creative economy to benefit the Indonesian economy as a whole. This article will address the issue of how youth can contribute to economic digitization by promoting local branding of local vegetables and fruits in a 'green-creative economy' to help Indonesia recover from the pandemic. This article aims to ascertain the role of youth in promoting economic digitization in Indonesia following the pandemic by strengthening local branding for the 'green-creative economy.' This relates to the Green Economic and Digital Economy concepts, which aim to enhance human well-being and sustainable green economic growth to improve environmental quality through digital technology. The paper uses qualitative research methodologies in conjunction with descriptive analysis research via a literature review. Thus, the community's Green-Creative Economic Digitization Program (PRO-DEKHA) aims to promote local branding of a 'green-creative economy' as a means of economic recovery by Indonesia's eighth Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) on decent work and economic growth.
The Role of the Family in Fostering Children's Interest in Reading as an Implementation of Family Literacy Indra Rasyid Julianto; Annisa Sauvika Umami
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This article examines families’ role in fostering children's interest in reading. Especially the literacy provided by the family is certainly a separate implementation empowered by the family. Parents who have outward duties in fostering, leading, and managing the care of children. Parents can guide children's cognitive character to mental strength, and morals, and also drive literacy empowerment or interest in reading in children. Literacy in children focuses on reading and writing activities from an early age. these activities can be called pre-reading and pre-writing activities. The subjects in this study are two families who have children in preschool age, 0-6 years old range in Lending Village, Cidadap District, Bandung City. Data collection techniques in this research are interviews, surveys, and documentation. Then the data analysis techniques in this study are data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. Based on the results of the study, the success of reading and literacy culture in children is influenced by the family environment that shapes it. The more positive stimulations and influences given to children, such as vocabulary introduction and support for reading, the faster children can understand the writing they read and this can encourage the success of a literacy culture in the family.
The Role of History as a Science in Sustainable Development Arditya Prayogi
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History is simply understood as events in the past. With this understanding, there is an assumption that history cannot contribute to the broad development process. This article aims to provide a conceptual description of the role of history as a science in the context of development in general and sustainable development in particular which is adapted to the objectives of sustainable development itself. This article is a historical conceptual article written with a qualitative descriptive approach supported by the use of data collection methods in the form of library research. From the results of the discussion, it is known that the concept of sustainable development can be traced from various works of social history so that a more detailed concept can be formulated today. History as a science also has an important relationship and role in the development process and sustainable development itself which can be seen from the existence of historical functions that can lead to historical consciousness.
The Study of Common Link Theory of G.H.A Juynboll As a Method of Selecting Authentic Hadith Mochammad Harun Rosyid
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The problem of hadith authenticity has become an important problem in hadith studies. Because, a hadith is a manifestation of the words or deeds carried out by the prophet over a long period, even since the time of the companions there have also been attempts to falsify the hadith of the prophet with a variety of different backgrounds. This study uses a qualitative approach to study. The research method used by researchers is qualitative which aims to find out hidden meanings, develop theories, ensure the correctness of data and examine the history of development. Development of the Common Link Theory Juynboll was born in the West which emphasizes the authenticity of hadith from a historical perspective. The analytical method of this theory is based on basic assumptions that have long been developed in the Orientalist scientific tradition. Orientalists study hadith based on a historical approach with conclusions and theories that are relatively different from the theories developed and applied by hadith scholars. Of all the explanations of hadith studies in the orientalism tradition using the common link method, although in many cases it provides several controversial implications, within certain limits it does not rule out its use in the tradition of selecting authentic hadiths.
The Performance of The Village Head in The Village Government Based on Law No. 6 of 2014 (Study on Mananggu Village, Boalemo Regency) Lucyane Djaafar; Nopiana Mozin; Fauzia Rahma P. Amay
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This study aims to determine the Performance of Village Heads in Village Development Based on Law No. 6 of 2014. The problem found is about how the village head performs in village development based on law no. 6 of 2014 and the factors that hinder the performance of village leaders in carrying out development in Mananggu Village, Mananggu District, Boalemo Regency. The method used in this study is qualitative research that uses descriptive descriptors, the subjects in the study are Village officials, and the community. With data collection techniques carried out by observation, interviews, and documentation. The results showed that the performance of the Mananggu village head still found several obstacles that hindered the development process of village government properly, these obstacles include: facilities and infrastructure are still lacking, lack of community participation, and inadequate human resources. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that the performance of the village head in village development is a serious problem that requires joint attention, which in its implementation requires cooperation between the village government and the community so that efforts and goals to advance the village can be carried out properly.
Relationship Between Gender, Education, Employment, and Income in The Formal and Informal Sector in Sukabumi Soetji Andari; Ismail Nasar; Indra Tjahyadi
West Science Interdisciplinary Studies Vol. 1 No. 03 (2023): West Science Interdisciplinary Studies
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This study investigated the relationship between gender, education, employment, and income in the formal and informal sectors in Sukabumi. The study used a mixed-methods approach, incorporating both quantitative and qualitative methods. The quantitative component involved a survey of 500 households evenly divided between men and women and between urban and rural areas. The qualitative part involved interviews with key informants and focus group discussions with women and men in Sukabumi. The study found that women in Sukabumi have lower levels of education, are less likely to be employed, and earn less than men in both formal and informal sectors. Gender norms and attitudes significantly shape women's access to education, employment, and income. The study recommends that policies prioritize women's education and employment opportunities in formal and informal sectors to promote gender equality and reduce poverty.
Climate Change, Agricultural Production, Food Security, and Livelihoods of Rural Communities in Rural Districts: A Qualitative Approach Gusti Rusmayandi; Indriyani; Etty Sri Hertini; Muhammad Ade Kurnia Harahap; Rahmat Joko Nugroho
West Science Interdisciplinary Studies Vol. 1 No. 03 (2023): West Science Interdisciplinary Studies
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Climate change significantly impacts agricultural production, food security, and livelihoods of rural communities in Sukabumi District. This study examines the relationship between climate change, agricultural production, food security, and the livelihoods of rural communities in the Sukabumi District. The study used a qualitative approach, including household surveys, interviews with key informants, and focus group discussions, to gather in 20 villages. Studies have found that climate change has led to a decline in crop yields, which has led to food insecurity and decreased incomes and livelihood opportunities for rural communities. Studies have also found that rural communities have used various adaptation strategies to cope with the impacts of climate change. However, these strategies are not enough to fully address the challenges faced by rural communities. The study's findings highlight the need for effective adaptation strategies to help rural communities cope with the impacts of climate change. In addition, the study findings point to the need for more investment in climate change research and monitoring, especially at the local level, to better understand the impact of climate change on rural communities and to provide foundational information for evidence-based policymaking and decision-making. Studies have limitations, including limited sample size and reliance on self-reported data. Future research could use a longitudinal design and incorporate more objective measures of agricultural productivity and food security to understand better climate change's impact on rural communities in Sukabumi District.
Analysis of Bankruptcy Prediction with Financial Ratios Altman Z-Score Model: Case Study of Oil and Gas Companies Listed on IDX in 2017-2021 Denari Dhahana Edtiyarsih
West Science Interdisciplinary Studies Vol. 1 No. 03 (2023): West Science Interdisciplinary Studies
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Because Indonesia has abundant oil and natural gas, companies that manage oil and natural gas have established themselves there. The advent of these businesses will most likely result in rivalry. So, in this study, we will use the Altman Z-score ratio to assess the probability of bankruptcy in oil and gas companies listed on the IDX. The population targeted is individuals working in the mining sector, which produces oil and gas and is traded on the Indonesian Stock Exchange. A total of seven samples were collected. The data collection technique is a documentation technique that involves gathering secondary data with the requirements received from www.idx.co.id (IDX official website). The data analyst used panel data regression analysis with reviews. The data analyst employed is panel data regression analysis using reviews. The results of the study showed that the ratio used has a significant effect on bankruptcy prediction with the Altman Z-score model. They are evidenced by the value of f count (46.6564) > f table (2.6896) with a significance of 0.000 <0.05.
Effects of Age, Sex, Personality Traits, and Social Support on Successful Aging: A Longitudinal Study of Older Adults in Sukabumi City Weldemina Yudit Tiwery; Istiana Heriani; Devi Rusvitawati
West Science Interdisciplinary Studies Vol. 1 No. 03 (2023): West Science Interdisciplinary Studies
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This longitudinal study investigated the effect of age, sex, nursing care characteristics, and social support on successful aging outcomes among elderly adults in KotaSukabumi, Indonesia. 260 participants completed baseline assessments and a 12-month follow-up on physical health, psychological well-being, and social engagement. Results showed that social support was positively associated with all three successful aging outcomes at follow-up, while nursing care characteristics were positively related to social engagement at follow-up. Age was negatively associated with physical health and social engagement at follow-up, and gender was not significantly related to successful aging outcomes. These findings emphasize the importance of social support and nursing care in promoting successful aging and suggest that interventions to improve these factors could effectively improve the health and well-being of elderly adults.
The Effect of Work-Life Balance, Telecommuting, Job Satisfaction, Sleep Duration, and Stress Management on the Physical and Mental Health of Overseas Workers in Jakarta Muhammad Subhan Iswahyudi; Safrina Ramadhani
West Science Interdisciplinary Studies Vol. 1 No. 03 (2023): West Science Interdisciplinary Studies
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This study examined the effect of work-life balance, telecommuting, job satisfaction, sleep duration, and stress management on the physical and mental health of workers outside the Jakarta area. 400 workers were taken as samples in the survey, and regression analysis was used to analyze the data. Results showed that work-life balance, telecommuting, job satisfaction, sleep duration, and stress management were all significantly associated with physical and mental health. In particular, better work-life balance, telecommuting, job satisfaction, longer sleep duration, and effective stress management practices are linked to better physical and mental health. The findings suggest that organizations should prioritize policies and procedures that support work-life balance, telecommuting, job satisfaction, adequate sleep duration, and stress management to improve their workers’ physical and mental health.

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