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Assessment of Quality Assurance Model in Education: taking a cue of Central Java Provincial Government
Erni Irawati

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Erni Irawati

Institutions
Badan Pengembangan Sumber Daya Manusia
Daerah Provinsi Jawa Tengah

Abstract
Quality assurance refers to interconnected process and system analysing the quality of organisational performance in terms of human resources and management programs. The Central Java Government has developed a quality assurance system by developing certain service provision standards in delivering education service. In so doing, Lembaga Penjamin Mutu Pendidikan (LPMP) was established to address the need of quality education and to take in to account the interests of all stakeholders related to the service provision. This qualitative research aims at assessing the quality insurance system as to whether the system improve the provision of education service in the province. The study is combining interview results and secondary sources of policy instruments. The research indicated only a small number of stakeholders (4.250 of 24.731 schools) applied the quality insurance system due to the possibility of lack of guidance to use the service. The study is exploring what, how, why, when, where, and to what extent the Central Java government could make a proper institutional assessment of either the system or the value of the quality itself.

Keywords
Implementation, quality assurance, education

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/MV8LBrdeHmz6


Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program for English Teachers- Professional Competence in Secondary Subject Teachers- Forum of Serang Regency
Azkiyyatus Syariifah, Yudi Juniardi, Syafrizal

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Azkiyyatus Syariifah

Institutions
University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa

Abstract
Professional teachers are expected to be able to participate in national development. Teachers as learners must always carry out self-development activities. It means that self-development is done not for the government, not for principals, and also not for the education office but practically every educator is a learner. Thus, teachers are expected to conduct professional development during their career based on their roles and responsibilities. The latest professional development program that has been established is the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program. The purpose of the study is to analyse the impacts of CPD on Junior High School English Teachers Competence. Further, it detects the obstacles faced by Junior High School English Teachers when implementing this program. In doing so, this study involved the participants of the English Secondary Subject Teachers- Forum of Serang Regency. This study is a qualitative study and the data have been gathered by conducting observation, interview and documentation. The results indicated that the CPD program actually is a good program and intend to be useful. The participants were facilitated by tutor to evaluate and give feedback. They also got modules to improve their competence in teaching. However, some teachers think that what they got from the CPD is not appropriate to be implemented in the classroom.

Keywords
CPD, Learning Teachers, Professional Development, Teachers- Competence

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/a3BueRVz4dxc


CULTURE STEREOTIPE IN ETNIC HUMOR: AN ANALYSIS OF SUNDA HUMORS IN “CANGHEGAR” PROGRAM ON RAMA FM BANDUNG
Ronny Yudhi Septa Priana; Siti Karlinah; Dadang Rahmat H; Dian Wardiana

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Ronny Yudhi Septa Priana

Institutions
Universitas Padjadjaran

Abstract
This research based on the background of ethnic humor using Sundanese in a radio broadcast program. Humor on radio broadcast programs is included in entertainment content. The humorous variations presented in broadcast radio media are packaged creatively both as humor programs as a whole and in the form of inserts in programs in the form of speeches, chats and jokes by broadcasters. Humor will be felt and accepted by a society if it is in accordance with the values, traditions and cultural aspects of people who enjoy a humor. McGhee and Golstein (1972: 153) state that acceptance of humor in each community group is not the same. There are people who openly accept the type of humor and what is selective or even limiting humor. The humor in this study is ethnic humor that uses Sundanese as of the "Canghegar" program on Rama FM Bandung. This study aims to reveal various stereotypes that are present in ethnic humor on radio broadcast programs. The results of the study showed that the diversity of responses to humor presented gave rise to stereotypes towards a group of people who were targeted and objects of humor.

Keywords
Ethnic humor, humor programs, cultural stereotypes

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/pYN7XThmW4ay


DEMOCRATIZATION AND REGIME CHANGE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: DOES ASEAN WAY WORK?
Aswin Ariyanto Azis

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Aswin Ariyanto Azis

Institutions
Department of International Relations Universitas Brawijaya (INDONESIA)
a.azis[at]ub.ac.id
+6282143136476

Abstract
None of Southeast Asian countries considered to be fully democratic. The region has been governed by authoritarian and semi authoritarian regime for many decades. Indonesia, after being ruled for 32 years by an authoritarian regime, seem headed into convoluted identity politics. Even after the fall of Marcos in 1986, Philippines is still not regarded as a fully function democracy. Today the country is still entangled with oligarchs. While Myanmar has changed its military regime, and Malaysia-s opposition party won general election for the first time in its history. Both countries are still lacking in democracy index. Singapore is still run by the same regime since its independence, and Brunei has recently implemented shariah law. Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam has not shown any indication towards democratization. Many scholars have been debated whether ASEAN should play a role to encourage democratization in Southeast Asia. Some scholars suggest that ASEAN must take more active engagement to push democratic agenda. These scholars further argue that ASEAN should reconsider its ASEAN way which requires not to meddle with its member domestic issue. While other scholars suggest that the most important matter is to maintain peace and stability within the the region. This essay attempts to answer question whether ASEAN should maintain or change its traditional approach towards democracy issue. By using critiques on modernization theories, the essay tries to explain how economic development in Southeast Asian countries does not have significant impact towards democratization. This paper also suggest that instead of changing its traditional ASEAN way that has maintain the peace and stability of the region for last five decades, ASEAN must focus on constructive engagement that has proven to work in encouraging democratization in Myanmar. Hence it put forward the idea that ASEAN way works only if it is not imposing external values but rather appreciating democratic values within the country.

Keywords
Democracy, Southeast Asia politics, ASEAN way

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/XCk24wEVcvHh


Effect of Social Interaction Based on Socio-Religions In Ensuring Security (Case Study: Capital City Police of Medan, Indonesia)
(a) Dadang Hartanto*, (b) Nasrullah Hidayat**

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Dadang Hartanto

Institutions
a) Medan City Police Resort, North Sumatera, Indonesia
b) Lecturer at University Of Medan Area, North Sumatera, Indonesia

Abstract
Purpose this study to know Social interaction Chief of Capital City Police of Medan based on social religions in ensure security . This type of research is quantitative descriptive research. The population in this study were people in Medan City consisting of religious leaders, community leaders, academics and students. While the sample is a representative of the population whose results represent the overall symptoms observed. The sample in the study were 50 respondents. The sampling technique uses purposive random sampling.Social interaction has an important and necessary role in leadership by building heterogeneous unity and unity of society. For this reason, Chief of Capital City Police of Medan has made various efforts to maximize social interaction by conducting social religious activities with community leaders, religious leaders, youth leaders, academics, communities or organizations. This type of research is quantitative descriptive research. The population in this study were people in Medan City consisting of religious leaders, community leaders, academics and students. While the sample is a representative of the population whose results represent the overall symptoms observed. The sample in the study were 50 respondents. The sampling technique uses purposive random sampling. There is a positive and significant influence between social interaction with community security guarantees in the city of Medan. with t count> t table (3.968> 2.010635) at a significance of 5%. There is a positive socio-religions influence on security guarantees in the city of Medan with a t count of 3.566 greater than the table of 2.010635. There is a positive and significant influence between social and socio-religious interactions simultaneously on security guarantees in Medan City. This is seen from F count (6.372) greater than F table (2.565), at a significance of 5%.

Keywords
Social Interaction, Socio-Religion and Security

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/bKea8Wj4nzyF


ETHNIC HUMOR IN INTERCULTURAL INTERACTION: AN ANALYSIS OF HUMOR DISCOURSE IN THE “INI TALKSHOW” TELEVISION PROGRAM
Diana Tustiantina, Nani Sunarni, Dadang Suganda

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Diana Tustiantina

Institutions
Universitas Padjadjaran

Abstract
This paper investigates how humor is used in intercultural interactions in the entertainment segment of the television program “Ini Talkshow” Episode 884. The program “Ini Talkshow” Episode 884 is interesting to study because it presents a lot of ethnic humor from several tribes in Indonesia, such as Sundanese and Javanese and other ethnic groups outside of Indonesian ethnicity, such as ethnic Japanese in the entertainment segment. The aim of the present paper is to identify ways in which players in Program “Ini Talkshow” organize humor fragments in entertainment segments where ethnic humor arises by applying Raskins humorous theory (1985) in an effort to understand and actualize the concept of multiculturalism and cultural acculturation that is happening today in Indonesia. The method used is descriptive qualitative. Data obtained from program “Ini Talkshow” Year 2017 episode 884 downloaded from zulu.id. The results showed that: (1) ethnic humor found in intercultural interactions in the entertainment segment Episode 884 was built on a combination of three basic theories of humor, namely incongruity theory, hostility theory, and the theory of release (2) ethnic humor that is present in this section is humor that is conveyed by involving cultural and linguistic situations that represent an ethnicity and part of the effort to actualize the concept of multiculturalism and acculturation of culture which is a central topic in the film starred by guests and a reality picture the daily lives of Indonesian people in the globalization era. This paper is expected to be an input for further research, especially in the field of linguistics and social change.

Keywords
Ethnic Humor, Humor Theory, and Inter-Cultural Interaction

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/C8cgRZmqnbjp


Female Street Children Handling Model in Serang Municipality, Banten Province
Titi Stiawati

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Titi Stiawati

Institutions
Social and Political Science Faculty, Sultan Agung Tirtayasa University

Abstract
In a community environment there will be a lot of social problems. One of these social problems is what needs to be considered is the problem of street children, especially female street children. Social unrest arising from the rise of female street children, because they make places such as markets, under bridges, sidewalks, or other open spaces used as an arena for their lives, so often disrupt the peace and comfort of other community members. The purpose of this study was to analyze the model in handling female street children in the city of Serang, Banten Province so that the city of Serang could change the image of being a clean city from the presence of female street children whose presence disturbed the beauty of the city. The expected results of this study are to make the concept of female street child handling models more comprehensive and more accurate so that the results of the model of female street children handling can truly run optimally and the number of female street children in Serang City will decrease. The specific target to be achieved from this research is to find out the model of handling female street children in the city of Serang, Banten Province, and find new concepts in improving the handling of female street children and the development of the science of public administration. In this study using a qualitative method, as for this research stage, namely (1) Pre-research stage, (2) Stage of field observation, (3) Phase data analysis, an overview of the model of handling female street children in Serang City, Banten Province.

Keywords
Female Street Children, Handling, Model

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/tyMF3cXUNjDR


PERCEPTION, KNOWLEDGE, AND ACCEPTANCE OF ROME STATUTE IN MALAYSIA
ISMAIL SUALMAN AND Nuurrianti Jalli

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ISMAIL SUALMAN

Institutions
FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES
UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
40450, SHAH ALAM SELANGOR MALAYSIA

Abstract
On April 5, 2019, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad announced that Malaysia would withdraw from the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (Rome Statute) citing that the government was forced to do so due to political pressure. In Malaysia, the ratification of the Rome Statute was said to be able to undermine the power of the Malay Kings. Rome Statute is a treaty that established the International Criminal Court (ICC) that came into force in 2002. Any country that signs the Rome Statute fundamentally agrees to recognize the powers of the ICC. The treaty gives jurisdiction to ICC to penalize four specific crimes as stated in Article 5 of the statute which are 1) genocide, 2) crime against humanity, 3) war crimes, and 4) crimes of aggression. To date, 122 countries across the world are part of the convention. Malaysia-s decision to withdraw from the treaty has been scrutinized by critics, asserting that the government has taken a step backward civil progressiveness. Today, Malaysia is among the minority of the countries that have yet to ratify the Rome Statute alongside countries like North Korea, China, Saudi Arabia, and Somalia. This research aims to look at the acceptance of the Rome Statute in Malaysia. A series of interviews were conducted to explore the perception, knowledge, and acceptance of the statute as well as the reactions on Malaysia-s decision to withdraw from the treaty. It was found that while some of the informants supportive of Rome Statute, citing ICC as a complement to the existing law in Malaysia and serving as check-and-balance, others opposed the idea of the treaty ratification. Among the reasons found was, the statute will undermine the power of Malay Rulers and will cause discord among people of different races.

Keywords
Rome Statute, acceptance, Malaysia, international treaty

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/BwTm8QyDneMC


REFRAMING ON ORGANIZATION TRANSFORMING AT PT. KERETA API INDONESIA
Arenawati, Nikki Prafitri

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Arenawati Arenawati

Institutions
Public Administration Programm Study
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University

Abstract
ABSTRACT Transformation is a process that can not be avoided when the condition of the organization gets worse in all aspects. PT. Kereta Api Indonesia prior to 2009 experienced worsening conditions in almost every aspect. Impaired employee performance, service performance associated with delayed arrivals and arriving trains, dirty station conditions, adventurous condition of coaches and loco, brokering systems and corporate assets. Therefore, restructuring steps are done by PT. KAI by doing organizational transformation. The most important process in transformation is to change the employees mind set or Reframing. The purpose of this study is to analyze how the reframing process is run by PT. KAI. This research is qualitative research with descriptive method. The primary data source of this research is the leadership of PT. KAI and train passengers. The theory used as a knife analysis in this study is the theory of Goulliart and Kelly (1994) where Reframing is one of the important parts in the transformation, consisting of 3 chromosomes, which get mobilization, create vision, and make measurement instruments. Reframing is done by changing the orientation of the company from orientation to production to service orientation. To mobilize subordinates to change their orientation, socialization, reward and punishment, more leadership style changes in leading by example. Creating a new vision is done by changing the vision and mission, organizational culture, work values and organizational logos. Meanwhile, to measure that the transformation has indicated a condition improvement, a measurement instrument was developed. Measurement instruments are designed to measure overall organizational performance and service performance. The results show that the reframing is well executed, although at the beginning there are many oppositions, but with a firm leadership and willing to go down the field little by little employees who oppose the transformation began to follow the path of transformation.

Keywords
mind set, transformation, behavior, service performance

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/4kJQXNDe8uWT


Sandiaga Unos Personal Branding in the Middle of Indonesian Millennial Generation
Fitria Santi(a*), Abdul Basit (a), Muljadi (b)

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Abdul Basit

Institutions
(a) Communication Science Study Program
UniversitasMuhammadiyah Tangerang
Tangerang, Banten- Indonesia
*fitria78santi[at]gmail.com
(a) Communication Science Study Program
UniversitasMuhammadiyah Tangerang
Tangerang, Banten- Indonesia
basit.umt[at]gmail.com
(b) Management Study Program
UniversitasMuhammadiyah Tangerang
Tangerang, Banten- Indonesia
moeljadi72[at]gmail.com

Abstract
This study aims to find out how the personal branding of Sandiaga Uno in approaching Indonesian millenial generation in the 2019 Presidential Election. In this research, the personal branding aspects studied were focused on three aspects of personal branding: self-identification, political products, and positioning. This research is a qualitative descriptive study and uses content analysis as a data analysis technique. The results of the study show that the values that become attributes of self-identification Sandiaga Uno are risk taking and the ability to build teamwork. To support the spirit of the millennial generation, most of whom enjoy the world of entrepreneurship, the OK OCE Program is one of Sandiagas political products for millennial generation. These values and ideas are further supported by appearance of Sandiaga who tends to be stylish both in formal and informal settings. Sandiagas stylish appearance was also supported by his habit of never leaving sports activities so that his sporty appearance was not easily forgotten by the public.

Keywords
Personal branding, Indonesian millennial generation, 2019 presidential election, Sandiaga Uno

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/LzmPQCrwuRJ2


THE CITIZENSHIP ENGAGEMENT QUALITY OF STUDENT IN ASEAN: WILL IT BE ABLE TO REALIZE SUSTAINABLE ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY PERFORMANCE IN THE FUTURE?
Bambang Dwi Suseno

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Bambang Dwi Suseno

Institutions
STIE Banten/Banten Business School

Abstract
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to (1) analyze regional dynamic influence to AEC; (2) empirically test regional dynamic influence on citizenship engagement; (3) analyze regional dynamic influence on risk of conflict; (4) analyze the influence of risk conflict on AEC performance; (6) empirically analyze the influence of citizenship engagement on AEC performance. As a framework to discuss the research problems, this study proposes the novelty of Citizenship Engagement Quality. Respondents in this study are the students in 10 ASEAN countries. Respondents in this study are 881 samples that answer the questions. Based on sex, the highest frequency is male with 556 respondents (63.1%) and female with 325 respondents (36.9%). Based on their status, the majority of the respondents are studying in undergraduate program with 765 respondents (86.8%) and postgraduate program as 116 respondents (13.2%). Structural Equation Modeling is used in this study as data analyses tool by using IBM AMOS version 22.0. The result from empirical model testing hypothesis testing shows that correlative estimation value among latent variables (Regional dynamics, Citizen Engagement Quality, Risk of Conflict and ASEAN Economic Community Performance) has significant correlative value. Critical ratio (CR) value is >1.96 and p-value is <0.05.

Keywords
regional dynamics, citizenship engagement quality, risk of conflict and Asean economic community performance

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Dxt2gpke4uCY


The Concept of Ethics in Leadership According to Imam Al-Ghazali Thought
Zahratul Idami and Andriansyah

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Zahratul Idami

Institutions
Department of Government Studies, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Syiah Kuala, Banda Aceh, Indonesia;
*Corresponding author: zahratulidami_isa[at]unsyiah.ac.id and andrian22[at]mhs.unsyiah.ac.id

Abstract
Ethics in Leadership are an evolving and important subject to research in the Islamic political studies. This is because ethics in leadership are one of the foundations that deciding the value of good or bad. Many Muslim scholars who have poured his idea to build the concept of ethics in leadership that gives the benefit and happiness in this world and hereafter. Imam al-Ghazali is one of the scholars who has written works on ethics in leadership. His idea of ethics in leadership is built on a solid foundation and has a typical Sufi moral. His Thoughts on ethics in leadership has become a reference and an important example for many leaders in the world until today. This research is library research with the research is a qualitative descriptive approach. The results showed that the concept of ethics in leadership by Imam al-Ghazali oriented to the impact of the soul in the pursuit of happiness in this world and hereafter. Ethics in the thinking of Imam al-Ghazali described as rational and religious science that should be combined in the leadership. The idea of ethics in leadership was not similar to the dominant secular ethics. The requirement to be a leader according to Imam al-Ghazali is focused on aspects of the character and integrity of a leader. The essence is, ethics in leadership should be the path to apply Gods law in order to create balance in the world toward eternal happiness in the afterlife.

Keywords
Keywords: Ethics, Leadership, Imam al-Ghazali, Political Sciences

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/BqtQHX37UJ2r


The current Identity of Indonesian Pesantren (Islamic boarding) School
Dr. Akhmad Nurul KAWAKIP, M.A, M.Pd

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AKHMAD NURUL KAWAKIP

Institutions
UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang East Java

Abstract
Abstract Keywords: Political change, Identity, legal framework The paper will focus on the current identity of Pesantren educational system. It has been the belief that the changing political circumstances have had a significant impact on the educational reform on Indonesian educational system, including legal framework for Pesantren (Islamic boarding school) educational system. In other words, within political change during president Jokowi regime opened a political opportunity for civil society group, to express their political, social and educational ideal more openly. This study indicates that in the president Jokowi era, the Indonesian government has made an effort to develop and pays more attention to pesantren educational system. By using to the cultural-intellectual history and the social constructionist perspective, it seems an educational system is not something taken for granted; it is constructed by certain political condition to develop the education system as an integral, reciprocal of the whole system which based on shared values. The implications of political condition are important because they contribute to construct legal framework and stability of educational performance of pesantren as an educational system.

Keywords
Keywords: Political change, Identity, legal framework

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Rgc7Gqe6nmdJ


THE PUBLICS- PERCEPTION AND THE INTERESTING OF ISLAMIC INSURANCE IN THE CITY OF TANGERANG
Muh. Turizal Husein dan SABIK KHUMAINI

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Muh. Turizal Husein

Institutions
Prodi Perbankan Syariah Fakultas Agama Islam Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang

Abstract
This study aimed to determine and analyze the influenced of perceptions and interests of the society towards the Islamic insurance. The unit of the analysis that used in this study was the Islamic insurance society in the city of Tangerang. The type of research was field research with a quantitative approach. The sampling technique was used purposive sampling method. The data used were primary data obtained based on respondents answers to the questionnaires that had given. This study used multiple linear regression analysis with classical assumption test, descriptive analysis, t test (partially), F test (simultaneously), and coefficient test. The results showed that partially the perception and interest variables of the society had a significant positive effect on Islamic insurance. Furthermore, simultaneous perception variables, and publics- interest had a significant positive effect on Islamic insurance in the city of Tangerang. Perceptual variables, and interests together influenced purchasing decisions by 45.7%, and the remaining 54.3% were influenced by other variables that did not explained in this research.

Keywords
Insurance, Islamic, Perception, Interest

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/3ctW9HhdkvKw


The Role of Journalism in Disaster Issues: Study on Tsunami in The Sunda Strait 2018
Puspita Asri Praceka

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Corresponding Author
Puspita Asri Praceka

Institutions
Communication science department, Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University

puspita[at]untirta.ac.id

Abstract
Journalism can play an important role in the topic of disasters. With the broad and massive characteristics of the mass media and their ability to create agenda settings, mass media has become an important tool in disaster issues. Last December 2018, Banten Province was hit by tsunami, which destroyed the north coast of the Sunda Strait. This made headlines in various mass media in Indonesia and international media. They competed with each other to make the topic of the Sunda Strait Tsunami the main news. According to the journalistic point of view, the task of journalists is not only telling the reader what happened (heres what happened) but also must give meaning (heres what it means) and what the reader can do (heres what you can do about). In Disaster Management Cycle there is five step, disaster, response, rehabilitation, mitigation and preparedness. This study looks at how the media in Indonesia reports on The Sunda Strait Tsunami disaster. This study uses quantitative content analysis methods by taking news that appear in national media (Kumparan, Tirto ID, Beritagar and Kompas) as well as on Banten local media (Radar Banten, Newsmedia and Banten Pos) one month after the tsunami occurred (December 2018-January 2019). The results of this study indicate that (1) The role of mass media in Indonesia both locally and nationally is still in the first stage, Response (Rescue and Evacuation & Relief and External Support); (2) The news value raised by the majority is impact and popularity. The conclusion of this study, the mass media in Indonesia still raises the issue of suffering and sadness, has not arrived at the issue of disaster mitigation and disaster literacy.

Keywords
Mass media, journalism, Tsunami in Sunda Strait

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/2nJzjXBer9PV


The social politics of LGBTQ: a critical systemic review
Riswanda, Rahmawati

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Rahmawati Rahmawati

Institutions
Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University

Abstract
This paper aims at providing insights into the complex issue of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) in Indonesia. Whilst the issue is likely seen as -health alert, moral panic or political correction- (Riswanda 2019) in the country, the paper is making the case that the -family resilience- concept (BKKBN 2016) could readdress the issue by a greater understanding of its four pillars namely -spirituality-, -welfare-, -secure- and -justice-. The policy research favours an in-depth exploratory study where researchers put themselves in the shoes of people having real-life experiences in the issue of LGBTQ in as many aspects as possible and in varied policy-making roles. Blending in approach is taken to get interconnected insights of the narrative of people with different backgrounds and thus differing understandings of the issue. The paper argues for multi-variant perspective in responding to the human development policy goals, taking into accounts all stakeholders related to the policy from both government and non-government sectors. The research contributes to an intellectual discourse on LGBTQ so as to have proper insights that could draw out social and political themes from considering the receiving ends of the Indonesian policy options of the issue namely LGBTQ communities and potentially members of families exposed to the issue. This study suggest that law-making on LGBT should start with proper research-based data grounded on participatory action research including those who are often socially excluded from policy-making cycles. The option needs to engage and not to exclude those at social exclusion mentioned formerly, with which is the opponent of and or basically a critique to policy decision based on merely following popular decision. The social politics of LGBTQ is systemic calling for -family resilience- developed by community engagements.

Keywords
social, Politics, Policy, LGBTQ, Resilience, Family

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/dDbZcWU8EvFP


TRADITIONAL COMMUNICATION MODEL OF TRADITIONAL LEADERS IN MAINTAINING LOCAL WISDOM IN CUSTOM TRIBE, KASEPUHAN CISUNGSANG, SOUTH BANTEN, BANTEN PROVINCE, INDONESIA
Dr. Naniek Afrilla Framanik, Dr. Rahmi Winangsih, Dr. Idi Dimyati, Darwis, M.Ikom.

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Naniek Afrilla Framanik

Institutions
Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University,

Abstract
This study focuses on the traditional communication model of traditional leaders in the indigenous tribe Kasepuhan Cisungsang, namely an indigenous tribal community, in Banten Province, the westernmost part of the island of Java in Indonesia. The Kasepuhan Cisungsang indigenous tribe has existed since the 13th century. The presence of modern culture also changes the values of life adopted in the Cisungsang tribe. There is concern among indigenous leaders, that the values they believe in from generation to generation will change and even be damaged by changing times. This study focused on three objectives, namely: (1) finding traditional communication models in maintaining local wisdom in the Cisungsang tribe, (2) finding the self-concept of indigenous leaders in terms of: the rights and obligations of indigenous leaders to make decisions for themselves and their environment . (3) Finding patterns of support for indigenous peoples, in terms of their attitude of religiosity and democratic attitude. This research is based on pragmatisms philosophical roots, uses cultural social traditions, symbolic interactionism theory (mind, self and society) -Herbert Mead, constructivist paradigm, qualitative-exploratory research approaches, and ethnometodology methods. The level of data validity is based on credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results of this study are, (1) traditional leaders carry out traditional communication in the form vertical communication methods, which are carried out from indigenous peoples to traditional leaders, called reporting (nyarita). The second traditional communication method is horizontal communication, namely communication between traditional leaders, called discussion (adu renyom). (2) The next stage is to the self-concept of traditional leaders. Traditional leaders carry out their duty to maintain cosmic order. Customary leaders in carrying out their roles have competence. They are creative, wise, responsible, alert, ready, understanding, intelligent, skilled, agile, caring, fast, responsive and the ability to maintain self-esteem. Traditional leaders have the ability to place themselves, can absorb social values. This ability is achieved by meditating and maintaining the sanctity of behavior. The self-concept of traditional leaders has a tendency to the aspects of "the Me" and not on "the I". (3) Indigenous peoples support for local wisdom in Kasepuhan Cisungsang is to maintain and carry out religious ritual activities and trust in Sri Devi. They respect and loyal to the traditional leader. From the aspect of the attitude of democracy, if they marry outside people, then the traditional leader allows them. After marrying and moving home, they are not given the obligation to follow customary regulations. Keywords: traditional leaders, discussion (adu renyom), reporting (nyarita), content (eusi), container (wadah), indigenous communities.

Keywords
traditional leaders, discussion (adu renyom), reporting (nyarita), content (eusi), container (wadah), indigenous communities.

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/cQqBr69Cvxu4


Traditional Islamic Boarding School Empowerment Model Through Training Economy Creative
Ima Maisaroh and Dadang Sodikin

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Corresponding Author
Ima Maisaroh

Institutions
Public Administration Department, Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University

Abstract
Islamic boarding school is integral part of National Education System (Act No. 20 of 2003). As organizer Islamic Education, Islamic School is local wisdom and wealth Indonesian culture should preserved and developed in a manner innovative. Contribution of Islamic boarding school for nation and country is very big. In the past, Islamic boarding school is node struggle drive away invaders and fight for independence. Now Islamic boarding school is organizer education with cost relatively cheap however permanent keep quality so that to be support hope society poor for obtain education. Islamic boarding school need noticed and support it able to answer demands era as is intended by Constitution that is. On consideration that Islamic boarding school Al Chikmatul Muballighoh was chosen as partner service to community (PKM) Focus activities Training Economy Creative this is create entrepreneurship mindset is integrated with Training Making Veil and Cap. Participants 40 of 250 Students / female students, plus five (5) persons Ustadz Part Care. Purpose: so that besides have skill Religious Sciences, Participants also have entrepreneurial mindset, skills creative and productive, as well as able to give contribution for the Pesantren. For that Participants motivated to "transmit" results training to the Santri / Santriwati and the Ustadh / Ustadzah others. Output and Outcome: Islamic boarding school have Cadre Superior sound and skilled entrepreneurship, capable identify and process potential, catch opportunity economy and give solution for needs himself, and give contribution to Islamic boarding school so that have business units productive (Cooperative and Owned Islamic Boarding School / BUMP) as source income Pesantren at once Entrepreneurship Laboratorium to give optimal service to the Santri / Santriwati.

Keywords
Empowerment, Pesantren, Creative Economy, Entrepreneurial Mindset

Topic
Education and Social Change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/rLhZMDn9ef7G


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