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Asian Social Work Journal
ISSN : 01281577     EISSN : 01281577     DOI : -
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Social Interaction based on Online Media in the use of Transportation Adrian, Donal; Siahaan, Chontina
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 6 No 3 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47405/aswj.v6i3.168

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Online transportation is part of the development of technology that is needed by anyone in carrying out daily activities. This study aims to find out online media-based social interactions in the use of transportation. This research uses qualitative method with observation data collection and in-depth interview. The results showed that the interaction of city people based on online media in using transportation, among others (1) every community is required to be able to use online media, (2) communication conducted in online media discussing about pickup address and destination address, (3) People as consumers can know the amount of payment from the distance traveled through online applications and maps, and (4) the public will give assessment points after receiving transport services online.
Self-Empowerment of Recipients of Assistance from the Malaysian Social Welfare Department through Productive Welfare Jamaluddin, Zakiyah; Mohd Ali Hanafiah, Norzalinda Ali
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 6 No 3 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47405/aswj.v6i3.169

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The Productive Welfare Approach and the "2-Year Exit Policy" (2YEP) are introduced by the Department of Social Welfare Malaysia (JKM) to help recipients of welfare assistance (clients) towards living independently and provide the ability to survive without relying on indefinite assistance. This study aims to identify the empowerment of recipients after being involved in entrepreneurship programs through the Launching Grant provided by JKM. This study employs the survey method using questionnaires. A total of 234 respondents were involved in the study: 107 respondents from the Northern Zone, and a total of 127 respondents from the Eastern Zone from 17 Social Welfare District Offices (PKMD) in both zones. The data collection was done between September 2016 to February 2017. The results show that the majority of respondents are self-employed/sole proprietors (85%) with many involved in the food and beverage-type business (58.1%). In terms of self-enrichment/empowerment, respondents' levels are at moderate to high levels. They are responsible for the work, for what they do, and for the results of their actions. The Productive Welfare Approach and the 2YEP program have to some extent, helped in increasing revenue and reducing clients’ dependency on JKM’s assistance. However, better implementation of the program and continuous monitoring can help clients increase their motivation and thus, contribute to eradicating poverty among receivers of assistance.
Development of Naga Village Traditional Community: An Empowerment Based Islamic Education Model Wiradisastra, Toto; Masyitoh, Masyitoh; Ahmad, Gofur
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 6 No 3 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47405/aswj.v6i3.173

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The purpose of this study is to identify and analyze Islamic education which is the basis for increasing empowerment in all aspects of the Kampung Naga indigenous community that has been carried out, so that from the results of this research a new pattern can be made, namely: developing a model for the empowerment of the Kampung Naga indigenous community based Islamic education. The field survey research method is descriptive qualitative using an ethnographic approach, using primary data sources through interviews with traditional leaders; religious leaders; tour guides and representatives of community members in Kampung Naga and added secondary data sources in the form of: documents; archives and records. Data analysis used qualitative data analysis with the Miles and Huberman model then continued with the preparation of the final research report. The results of the study found that: community empowerment in the Kampung Naga area that had been given by the government included: empowerment in the field of tourism/culture; empowerment in the field of entrepreneurship/craft; empowerment in the field of natural resource management and the environment as well as religion. From the results of the research, the existing model of empowerment of the Kampung Naga indigenous community based on Islamic education can be developed more broadly covering the following aspects: economy; environment; health; and division of roles. Meanwhile, supporting factors for good empowerment are: government support; involve local residents; and public participation. So from the steps mentioned above, the aspects of the results of empowerment through religious education are: the spiritual soul there is an increasing change; good member entrepreneurship spirit; charity-service to the citizens who are weak smoothly distributed; Devotion to a strong country.

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