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Randwick International of Social Science Journal
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The RISS Journal publishes research and analysis papers in the fields of social science include humanities such as anthropology, business studies, communication studies, corporate governance, criminology, history, culture, cross-cultural studies, ethics, education, economy, geography, philosophy, psychology, sociology, social welfare political, population studies, performing arts, visual arts, human right studies, gender and sexuality, religious studies. RISS Journal is published in both online and printed versions.
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THE DELAYING OF INHERITED WEALTH DISTRIBUTION AND ITS IMPACT: A CASE STUDY OF FAMILY FAIR IN MEDAN CITY Djannah, Fathul; Rizal, Muhammad
Randwick International of Social Science Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): RISS Journal, July
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This study aims to discuss the delaying of inherited wealth distribution and its impact: a case study of family fair in Medan City. This study is field study (field research) which starts from a case that is used as primary data. Then the discussion is supported by secondary data in the form of library research taken from al-Quran and Hadith, fiqh books relating to inheritance issues, including Law NO. 1 of 1974, and Compilation of Islamic Law and other written sources related to it. To get primary data in the field about the case being discussed, the writer interviewed the heirs left by the late Soehermanto. In addition, the authors also interviewed 5 scholars, in this case the authors chose FS UIN SU lecturers who according to the authors are representatives of scholars in Medan City, to explore their opinions on the issue of delaying the distribution of inheritance and its consequences. The result shows that there is a tendency to postpone the distribution of inheritance as has happened in the midst of the community, including in North Sumatera, especially in the city of Medan, which in turn causes injustice and unhappiness in the relationship of brotherhood and kinship. This delay is caused by the lack of knowledge and practice of one's religion, in addition to the system and perspective of the community, including the heirs, especially the children of the heirs, who are always overwhelmed by reluctance, gratitude, fear of being said to be unfilial, and ashamed with the community if "noisy" in matters of inheritance
PERFORMANCE ANXIETY IN WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC: A MALAYSIAN STUDY binti Umar Rauf, Rita Mardhatillah; Hamdan , Faezah
Randwick International of Social Science Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): RISS Journal, July
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Although performance anxiety is a common problem in life, there are only a few studies on this subject in Malaysia. This article presents the expansion to the body of literature on this important relationship between performance anxiety in Western Classical Music. Millions of people suffer and may experience from performance anxiety, which commonly called as ?stage fright?. Worst of all, it may prevent a musician from doing what they enjoy or quit from performing which can effect the career. The knowledge affecting to symptoms and signs anxiety during adolescence among students could help if possible areas can be highlighted for the mediating and prevention on the subjects which may assist Malaysian youths in the university setting so they can control the emotions and reduce the anxiety
IGBA-ADA FESTIVAL: COMMEMORATING THE OHAFIA INVADERS AS A KIND OF TRADITIONAL CARNIVAL THROUGH OVALA FESTIVAL IN AGULERI COSMOLOGY Chuks, Madukasi Francis
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The ritual festival of Igba-Ada is a traditional carnival which symbolizes commemoration of the synergy between the living and dead and it acts as a spiritual conduit that binds or compensates the entire villages that constitutes Aguleri as a kingdom of one people with one destiny through the mediation of their contact with their ancestral home and with the built/support in religious rituals and cultural security of their extended brotherhood. This research work discusses Mmanwu Festivals and their symbolic representation in an Igbo community focusing on Igba-Ada carnival in Aguleri, Anambra East local government area. Secondary source as a kind method were reviewed and analyzed using the area cultural approach. This festival is a commemoration of how the Ohafia invaders were chased out and conquered by the egalitarian youths of Aguleri by reinenforcing themselves in other to wage war against their enemies. Basically, it usually an occasion for jocundity and thanksgiving; people appear in their best through mimic forms and give of their best. The carnival reunites their intimate brotherhood and shows how the Aguleri community uses this through the mediation of its rituals to reassert or validate the continuity and existence of Aguleri [Igbo] Traditional Religion. It is very significant in the sense that at the conclusion of the Igba-Ada carnival, the King acquires the symbolic and political authority to rule and the power to face his enemies and symbolically preserve his realm.
FACTORS AFFECTING EARLY MARRIAGE IN CENTRAL JAVA PROVINCE Wijayanti , Urip Tri
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BKKBN provides an ideal age for marriage, namely 20 years for women and 25 years for men. These ways are steps to avoid divorce, domestic violence and early marriage. The reality is that the cases of early marriage still happen. One of them is in the province of Central Java. The purpose of this study is to analyze the description of perpetrators? early marriage and the factors affecting it. This research uses the quantitative method with cross sectional study design, using IDHS raw data for 2017. The results showed that most perpetrators of early marriage at the age of 45-49 years 276 people (22.9%), first married at the age of 15-19 years 1104 (91.8 %), living in rural areas 723 people (60.1%), low education only graduated from elementary school 503 people (41.8%), covered 764 people (63.5%) with jobs as sales 251 people (32.9%) and wealth index on the index lower middle 333 people (27.7%). The affecting factor early marriage is education level. While the factors of residence, wealth index and employment status do not affect. BKKBN recommendation and the ministry of education coordinate with each other in promoting twelve-year compulsory education, through socialization by Family Planning Counseling or always call as PKB and through popular media so that the whole community gets information about the importance of education so they don't get married early./ device has increased from 49.42% in 2017 to 56.25% in 2019.
WORLD ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABLE POLITICAL-ECONOMIC WELFARE OF AZERBAIJAN D. I. , Allahverdiyev
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The article examines the model of development of human well-being in the world economic system of Azerbaijan in the context of increasing political and economic relations between the states in the modern world. In this regard, the current state and prospects of cooperation in the field of economic, political relations and cooperation between the states, mutual economy, finance, organization of human welfare and human resources were studied. At the same time, political and economic proposals were made to eliminate the existing problems
EVALUATION OF TOTAL FERTILITY RATE (TFR) NORTH SUMATERA PROVINCE, 2017 – 2019 Sitorus , Muhammad Ancha
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This study aims to look at evaluating fertility increases from factors that affect fertility.  The data processed and presented in this paper constitutes RPJMN Indicator Survey and the Program Performance and Accountability Survey (SKAP) of the North Sumatra Province BKKBN from 2017 to 2019. The target population of this survey is households, women of childbearing age 15 to 49 years, families and unmarried adolescents aged 15 to 24 years in selected clusters in the province. The sampling design used was stratified multistage sampling and for the province of North Sumatra the number of selected clusters was 78 clusters spread across 33 regencies and cities. Each cluster is listed (enumerated) and 35 eligible households are selected using systematic random sampling techniques to retrieve data. The SRPJMN/ SKAP sample target in North Sumatra Province covers 2,730 households. Information on fertility rates in this survey is based on the number of births collected from all women aged 15-49 years. The results are the increase of number TFR until 20.3% in three years, the number of ASFR also increase every year. Namely first married in the age range of 15-17 years (60%) in three years. And it also find the number of using contraception In the last 3 years (2017 - 2019) for the Province of North Sumatra, the use of a FP method / device has increased from 49.42% in 2017 to 56.25% in 2019.
INTEGRATION OF SERVICE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS (HEIS) AND VOLUNTEERISM IN COMMUNITIES: THE CASES OF 2018 SUMMER SEASON VOLUNTARISM IN AMHARA REGION Yizengaw, Jerusalem Yibeltal; Nigussie, Asnake Tarekegn
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Among the classic roles of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) i.e., research, teaching and community service the social engagement of institutions and their impact on civil society should be particularly highlighted. Of which, volunteering and service learning are believed to be an excellent means for accomplishing such goals. However, whether or not HEIs in developing countries like Ethiopia are able to materialize their social responsibility through such activities like student volunteerism, and their role in developing the active society was least explored. As a result, this study was planned to take place with a major objective to explore the integration of Service Learning in HEIs and Services in communities with a special focus to the cases of 2018 Summer Youth Voluntarism in Amhara Region of Ethiopia. For the purpose, a qualitative research methodology was employed. Officers and experts in the Amhara Region Bureau of Youth and Sports, and similar others at Bahir Dar City Zonal administration and in the sub-cities were drawn as informants and drawn data through interviews. In addition, the role of universities in promoting Service learning was examined from the syllabuses point of view, mainly a Course called Civics & Ethical Education using a content analysis technique. The findings reveal that though the service learning in the HEIs was not much visible through the Harmonized curriculum, Youth, especially, students of HEIs in Amhara Region of Ethiopia were found to be fully participated in services of community during the summer season of 2018, which implies the availability of the required motivation from the youth side. However a well-developed integration of service learning and volunteerism was unable to be discovered rather, this study calls for its realization.
MODELLING POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR: A VITAL STRATEGY IN INSTILLING POSITIVE DISCIPLINE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL LEARNERS Sibanda, Lwazi; Mathwasa, Joyce
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This qualitative study, guided by interpretive paradigm, explored how secondary schools use modelling positive behaviour strategy to instil positive discipline among learners in Bulawayo Metropolitan Province, Zimbabwe. The study was enthused by the abolition of corporal punishment, exclusion due to delinquent behaviour and adoption of positive, inclusive discipline strategies to maintain order in schools. A case study design purposively sampled four schools in which four school heads, twenty members of the disciplinary committee, four school counsellors, two education officers, four School Development Committee chairpersons and forty prefects participated. Data collected through focus group interviews, semi-structured interviews and document analysis were thematically analysed. The results indicated that secondary schools adopted the modelling positive behaviour strategy to instil positive discipline among learners. New staff members? orientation focused on conduct, modelling of positive behaviour whenever teachers, learners and parents interact as they perform various activities in the school environment. The study also established that prefects as role models were afforded opportunity to lead assembly sessions. The study concluded that in spite of a few cases of misconduct, it is evident that modelling positive behaviour strategy produced affirmative outcomes in schools understudy. The study recommends further research that explores other strategies that could be adopted by schools to maintain positive discipline particularly in rural schools.
THE OBSTACLES THAT PARENTS ENCOUNTERED WHEN TAKING CHILDREN TO PSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC IN VIETNAM Dung , Nguyen Thi
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This study aimed to explore difficulties that parents faced when bringing their children to psychological examination in Vietnam through their life stories. The research participants included 5 fathers and 3 mothers having children diagnosed with autism. A preliminary interview prior to the study and in-depth interviews were carried out with their voluntariness. To collect and analyze the data, "Life Story Interview" list was implemented, data analysis phases of interpretative phenomenology was used in this study. As a result, key problems that parents met on this tough journey so that their children could be examined were (1) financial problems, (2) tiredness, and (3) unexpected behaviors of the children. Analyses showed that despite the challenges, parents tried their best in order to know exactly the name of their children?s problem.
BARRIES TO EFFECTIVE LISTENING OF COMPANY LEADERS IN MEDAN CITY Ramadhani, Emilia; Kurniawati, Dewi; Dayana, Dayana
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Listening is as important as speaking  or giving a speech to an audience.Very few leaders realize  that conversation determines the growth and productivity of the organization / company they  lead. Most people also believe that they have heard effectively in a conversation, which is one of the main elements in effective communication. This type of research was quantitative descriptive analysis.  This research was conducted on the core implementers (managerial and executives from various divisions) from several companies or organizations in the city of Medan, as many as one hundred (100) respondents who worked in the fields of education, health, community service, law, hospitality, and entrepreneurship. Data collection techniques were carried out in two ways, namely by using a questionnaire and google form. Google form was used only for leaders who have very limited time because of their work. Then a short interview was conducted relating to the answers given. For data analysis, quantitative descriptive analysis techniques was used using figures or pictures showing the magnitude of the numbers or frequencies of the answers provided and followed by data reduction and drawing conclusions. The results showed that almost all respondents believed that they had heard effectively. But in reality this was not the case. Most leaders experienced personal interference where they always tried to be an entertainer when listening to the other person. As listeners, their minds were always preoccupied with finding ways to make the other person feel valued, happy and approved.

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