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International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR)
ISSN : 27235920     EISSN : 2746086X     DOI : -
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) focus to publish a scholarly work that promotes and fosters knowledge in the field: Social Science, Religious Studies, Law and Religion, Religion and Education, and Art and Humanities.
Articles 12 Documents
Islam as an Environmentally Friendly Religion: Critical Analysis of the Ecological Politics in the Establishment of a Cement Factory in Rembang, Indonesia Solikhudin, Muhammad
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 1
Publisher : Indonesian Academy of Social and Religious Research (IASRR)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i1.4

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Boisterous problems occur in Indonesia and other parts of the world. The issue of Cement Plant in Rembang spread in online and offline media is an example that can be disclosed here. People around the cement factory in Rembang who work as farmers attempt to stop the practice by casting the foot together. The reason is that food security must be maintained, and natural beauty also needs to be maintained. This problem is still a tug-of-war among government, employers, and the people. Islam as a religion of compassion, certainly teaches a sense of justice and humanity to all humanity. In direct proportion to Islam, green political reasoning also likes this. In this paper will be parsed study Cement Plant Perspective Green Politics, as an effort to maintain the continuity of human life and care for the beauty of nature. In a country that embraces a democratic system and applies green political theory, it should implement three aspects, namely: First, distributing justice, Second, committed to democratization process, Third, Efforts to achieve ecological sustainability.
Analysis of Community Perceptions of Social Welfare in Batam City After the 2019 Presidential Election Yudhitia, Yudhitia; Akbar, Dhani; Mahadiansar, Mahadiansar
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i1.5

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Social welfare has been a part of the impact of population growth centers in overcoming poverty levels in Indonesia. Community perception is needed as an effort to revive that social welfare is an inseparable part of daily life and is very important in the effort of the government's role in overcoming the disparities that occur given the unstable economic growth in each year. This research was conducted with the aim to analyze people's perceptions of social welfare that occurs in the Batam city community. The method used is survey research in each district in Batam City with descriptive methods that are perceptual sharing of ten categories of assessment, data collected through the distribution of interview questionnaires, observations and supported by secondary data. The focus of this research is on community perceptions of social welfare in Batam City with descriptive qualitative data analysis used to approach that used an average score of interpretation of 0.6 with a scale of 1-4. The results of the analysis show that the indicator of the perception of the people of Batam on social welfare does not have a big impact by the people who only agree to perceive that; (P7) Government programs on social welfare that are right on target felt by the community and (P8) Empowerment of local wisdom / MSMEs that are right on target felt by the community.
The Implementation of Tasamuh ala Ahlussunah School in Learning Islamic Education: A Case in Ma’arif High School Purbalingga, Indonesia Kamaludin; Hanif, Muh
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i1.6

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The value of tasamuh as one of the values in Ahlussunah wal Jama’ah is very essential in implementation of Muslims. Tasamuh is to be tolerant of differences of views, especially in matters that are furuiyyah, so that they can coexist peacefully with other parties even though the aqeedah, way of thinking and culture are different. Tasamuh or mutual respect towards fellow Muslims is highly recommended in Islam to strengths in maintaining unity among Muslims, besides being a social demand it is also a form of brotherhood bound by the same aqeedah rope. Even in the hadith is explained that a person is not perfect in his faith if he does not have compassion and tolerance towards his Muslims brother. The aim of this research is to determine the exercise of the implementation of Tasamuh ala Ahlussunah wal Jama’ah in the learning of Islamic education in Ma’arif High School karanganyar Purbalingga and to know the inhibiting factors and supporting factors in the implementation of Tasamuh ala Ahlussunah in learning of Islamic education in Ma’arif High School Karanganyar, Purbalingga. The data collecting method used in this study are interview and documentation. Then, the data analysis used data reduction, presentation of data, and verification. The results of the research on the implementation of tasamuh ala Ahlussunah in learning Islamic education in Ma’arif High School Karanganyar include tasamuh attitudes towards fellow students, Tasamuh towards fellow Muslims and tasamuh towards non-Muslims. Supporting and inhibiting factors of the implementation of tasamuh ala Ahlussunah in learning Islamic education in Ma’arif High School Karanganyar is devided into two, namely internal factors and external factors.
The Influence of Asmaul Husna Dhikr on Adolescent Emotional Intelligence Ni’matuzzakiyah, Evi
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i1.7

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Today, the reality of the condition of Indonesian society shows that there are symptoms of deterioration caused by a shift in the noble values ​​of the nation. Rampant juvenile delinquency and violation of norms, emotional intelligence is a basic condition for using intellectual intelligence effectively. Asmaul Husna's reading habit is one of the character education being pursued by the Surya Global Yogyakarta College of Health Sciences. Students are also trained and educated to develop their skills and mentality in a positive direction so that these educational institutions can produce superior and Islamic output, which is not only rely on theory in learning, but also experience in the field in facing the flow of globalization. The gap between the theory and practice of Asmaul's reading habits Husna with the level of students 'emotional intelligence, it is necessary to revisit considering the effect of Asmaul Husna's reading habit on students' emotional intelligence is not known. The research design is quantitative using the Emotional Intelligence Scale. The research was conducted at the College of Public Health Sciences. The research subjects were 65 adolescents, they were asked to fill in the pretest before Asmaul Husna dhikr intervention was carried out, and after going through the dhikr process for ten weeks the research subjects were asked to fill in the posttest. Pretest and posttest data were analyzed through the Wilcoxon test using SPSS 16. Based on the above results, it is known that the significance of 0.031 is smaller than 0.05, so it can be concluded that "Ha is accepted" This means that there is a difference in emotional intelligence between before and after Asmaul Husna's dhikr, so it can also be concluded that "There is an influence of Asmaul Husna's dhikr on adolescent emotional intelligence.
Photographing the Aspiration of the Hindu-Islam as Interfaith Dialogue Policy: a Case in Klinting Village, Somagede, Banyumas, Indonesia Ubaidillah, Ubaidillah
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i1.8

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Managing plural and multicultural diversity of citizens is an obligation mandated by the constitution and the third precept of Pancasila. One of the efforts to care for diversity within the framework of Indonesian unity is through interfaith dialogue which is packaged in fostering religious harmony. With the issuance of Village law 16 of 2014 has provided space for aspirations to manage the diversity of citizens through the deleberative democracy process in the village budget policy mechanism in Village Development Conference. This research has found grassroots aspirations that are included in the Village Fund policy in Klinting Village, Banyumas district. Although it is not the main aspiration in the village budget policy priorities, it is at least a quality aspiration that is included in the village fund policy. The issue of religion in the form of interreligious dialogue between Hindu-Islamic religions is still a common thread in the realities of policy and the aspirations of people's lives, that is the aspiration demonstration that can be achieved from this research.
Recitation of the Succession of the Sunan Kudus in Cultural Da'wa Nugroho, Bekti Taufiq Ari; Choeroni, Choeroni; Rohman, M. Minanur
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i1.9

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Wali comes from Wala or Waliya which means close, has a role in continuing the prophetic mission. In the Quran, this term is used to mean a relative, friend or protector. In carrying out the role of continuing the mission of prophecy, the saints who are more familiarly called Walisongo always invite Islam and Ahl al-Sunnah Wa al-Jama'ah, the da'wa used by Walisongo in realizing its mission is the application of the methods developed by Sunni Sufis in imparting teachings. However, the methods of preaching that are carried out by the saints are different, the values ​​of pluralism as practiced by Sunan Kudus are very different from other saints, where Sunan Kudus used methods by utilizing traditional symbols and beliefs of the local community, evidence of Da'wa methods are still visible today, namely the shape and style of the building of the al-Aqsa mosque, minarets, gates, and showers (ablution places) which are actually symbols of the eight Buddhist paths, each of which is given a statue of the head of Kebo Gumarang as a permanent Buddhist teaching. preserved as part of cultural assimilation.
Analysis of the Increasing US-China Military Tension in the South China Sea and the Challenges for Indonesia Fadhilah Putri, Erti; Setyo Pambudi, Kukuh; Adriyanto, Agus
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i2.10

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Nowadays, the United States shows its foreign policy focus to the Asia Pacific region where there is a border conflict between China and the countries in the Southeast Asia Region. This paper tries to analyze the increasing tension of the US and Chinese military forces in the South China Sea and see how the challenges Indonesia will face with the escalation in the South China Sea. The United States of America began to increase its military power aimed to overseeing the South China Sea and Chinese Hegemony. The increase in US military strength certainly threatens China's interests in the South China Sea so that even in the middle of Covid-19, China is showing its military strength by conducting patrols and joint exercises in the waters of southern China. The improvement of the two superpowers can be seen in the framework of the Balancing Power theory, which emphasizes the analysis of military force tension in both countries. Whereas in analyzing the challenges faced by Indonesia, it can use the Balance of Threat theory. The purpose of this paper is to provide recommendations for the Indonesian government in dealing with the increasing tension in the South China Sea.
Review and Analysis of Current Responses to Covid-19 in Brazil and India: Period of January to July 2020 Wicaksono, Raden Mas Try Ananto
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i2.11

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The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting emerging markets through an unprecedented mix of domestic and external shocks whose combined effects are very hard to predict. Through this analysis, the author would explore more regarding the government policy priorities in dealing with COVID-19 especially from the emerging countries. Brazil and India as the best countries to be weighed with Indonesia due to some similarities they have. The research method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative and comparative study, the types of comparable, in this case, are Most Different System Designs (MDSD). The results show that Brazil has a partial-lockdown system and India has a full-lockdown system, yet in both countries, there is a high number of death rates and confirmed cases. The politics of the moment are only a piece of the policy environment, however, economics as of a major factor. Thus, the paper suggests ensuring that the lockdown is not being lifted prematurely; it is crucial to significantly ramp up the capacity of the healthcare system.
Implementation of International Relations on Illegal Fishing Activities by Chinese Fisherman in the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Republic of Indonesia Natural Island S, Michelle Angelika; Firmansyah, Yohanes; Wijaya, Hanna; Sylvana, Yana
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i2.18

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The territorial sea is the area of the sea zone closest to the coast, entirely subject to coastal sovereignty. Meanwhile, what is meant by the Economic Exclusive Zone is an area outside and adjacent to the territorial sea whose boundaries are 200 nautical miles measured from the base of the coast. The northern Natuna Islands are an Indonesian territorial area included in the Economic Exclusive Zone of the Republic of Indonesia. In areas that are the source of the power of nature are plentiful, including a source of power sea. It's led to interest from the foreigners to master the source power. The state of China announced that territory northwest china south is the territory of china based Map nine-dash line, which triggers the occurrence of the disputed territory of sea between Indonesia and china because it crosses the boundary north is Natuna Island the impact on the ships of foreign without permission to enter and steal the source power of nature in the Economic Exclusive Zone of the Republic of Indonesia because it is the actual effort of government Indonesia to eradicate illegal fishing both through relationship diplomacy maritime and businesses more. Researchers using qualitative descriptive research. The methodology of qualitative as the procedure of research that produces the descriptive data form of words written or spoken of people and behaviors that can be observed.
Structure and Space Pattern in Gunungpati Sub-District: Space Utilization Evaluation Analysis Darniyus, Al-Adly; Warsono, Hardi; Afrizal, Teuku; Astuti, Retno Sunu
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) 2020: Volume 1 Issue 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.2020/ijssr.v1i2.19

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This article focuses on the evaluation of regional spatial planning policies, namely the Regional Regulation of the City of Semarang Number 14 of 2011 concerning the 2011-2031 Regional Spatial Plan, particularly regarding the spatial structure and spatial patterns in the Gunungpati District. Because the issue of spatial planning has caused various environmental problems in urban areas. This article refers to the Regulation of the Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning Number 9 of 2017 concerning Guidelines for Monitoring and Evaluation of Spatial Use, using a literature study methodology approach. The results show that the spatial structure determination in Gunungpati District needs to be changed because of the emergence of settlements that are on quite /very sloping slopes. As a result, Gunungpati District as a conservation area, water catchment, and green catchment as well as protecting the area below has changed. Meanwhile, the network of facilities and infrastructure as well as green open space in Gunungpati District has met the requirements of the RTRW for Semarang City. Based on the above considerations, a concrete policy is needed in maintaining the function of the Gunungpati District, so that it can protect the ecosystem in its area. Besides the importance of providing education to the public regarding sustainable urban development, to create complex environmental preservation, this article contributes to the field of public management and a collaborative governance policy model that is directly implemented in the city of Semarang.

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