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Journal of Social Political Sciences (JSPS)
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JSPS, Journal of Social-Political Sciences study the sociological impacts of political systems, change in political policies and administration. It also refers to the study of interdisciplinary aspects of politics and international relations, social anthropology, social policy, global public health, social work, science, technology, innovation studies and sociology, etc. Study and research of political science necessitate the study of sociology, law, economics, history, philosophy and public policies. Studying the current trends and future prospects of political system help in predicting the economic status of the entire society. published by Universitas Nasional Jakarta
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POST TRUTH AND ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATION STUDY Amaritasari, Amaritasari; Pangestu, Indah
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 2 (2020): May 2020
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Post truth era is defined as the era when the truth seems right but actually not always correct. It is also an era characterized by media and journalism concerns, especially in the face of false statements by politicians. It flourishes post-truth society, phenomenon, and politics especially when referring to the two big political moments in 2016: The discharge of the United Kingdom from the European Union (Brexit) and the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States. Post truth is also connected with the issue of war on terror where Trump was criticized to be a post-truth and demanded for such response. Thus, security becomes an issue, which is being discussed, debated, and applied in this situation in international relations, which emerge onto deepening and broadening security. One subject that can be the material to support the discussion is the International Relations, which associated with realism and liberalism approach. This paper explores the post truth and analyses using two main approaches of international relation study by extracting and examining the security concepts and terrorism in Asia Region.
DIGITAL LITERACY AND ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY IN THE EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Saribanon, Nonon; Siregar, Muhammad Abrar Putra; Joshi, Luthfi Kurniawan; Zuhriansyah, Zuhriansyah; Rubyawan , Rubyawan
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 2 (2020): May 2020
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Access to and use of digital technology promise positive impacts on young adults with disabilities’ social and economic integration, and on supporting their autonomy, and facilitating their inclusion into society. We conducted a scoping review and participatory approach to examine the barriers to access and utilization of digital technology to support the transition stage needs (in relation to education, daily living, community integration, and employment) of young adults with disabilities during Covid-19 pandemic. Identified barriers included affordability, availability, infrastructure, and access to community activities. The review highlights the importance of facilitators for promoting digital inclusion of 20 young adults with disabilities whose making batik with natural dyes. They are members of the Kubedistik SMEs in Tarakan. Online-based activities carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic show positive impacts, both in terms of increasing insight, skills, access to technology and literacy skills, as well as on self-confidence, work motivation, and potential for increased economic activity. Results suggested the need for greater emphasis on modeling and facilitating strategies to enhance skill, positive work-related cognitions, and appropriate non-verbal and paralinguistic styles.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC POLICY, DIPLOMACY AND COOPERATION, INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL DYNAMICS) Umar, Harun; Indrayani , Irma
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 2 (2020): May 2020
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In international relations, the political behavior of a government is needed as a measure of success in establishing political relations both regionally and in international politics. Globalization that continues to revolve requires strategic actions and tactics of relations between countries built through the reliability of political behavior that must continue to be developed through a variety of beneficial diplomacy through the attentions of political behavior. This condition requires the ability to approach behavior and minimize the strength of weapons. Now the world is confronted with intelligent political diplomacy to reduce the number of victims of inter-state conflict that has been very detrimental to humanity in the past. through international institutions and awareness of the behavior of the state government peace between countries can certainly be achieved.
THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY IMPACT OF COVID-19 AND THE IMPLICATION TO INDONESIA Muzakki, Fadlan
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 2 (2020): May 2020
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The Novel Coronavirus has stressed and pressed a great number countries from a great number of sectors. This has impacted on travelling ban, supply chain, and even oil prices. The role of China in combating Covid-19 has considerably become a model for the world. On the other hand, there is doubt regarding China’s role, domestically and globally both. This article seeks to discover the impact on global political economy from Covid-19 global pandemic. Literature review and comprehensive yet brief analysis has been made to satisfy the academic enquiries regarding the topic.
CORRUPTION SOCIOLOGY Roesli , Mohammad
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 2 (2020): May 2020
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Corruption shows a serious challenge to development. In the world of politics, corruption complicates democracy and good governance by destroying the formal process. Corruption in elections and in the legislature reduces accountability and representation in policy making; corruption in the court system stops law order; and corruption in public government results in an imbalance in community service. In general, corruption erodes the institutional capacity of the government, due to the neglect of procedures, suctioning of resources, and officials appointed or elevated positions not because of achievement. At the same time, corruption complicates the legitimacy of government and democratic values such as trust and tolerance. It takes the existence of local wisdom and religious values to minimize corruption.
NARRATIVE AND THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY: PATTERNS OF THE SPREAD AND ACCEPTANCE OF RADICALISM AND TERRORISM IN INDONESIA Firdaus Syam; Sahruddin, Sahruddin; Ajeng Rizqi Rahmanillah
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 1 (2020): February 2020
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This study aims to examine the narrative map, acceptance and spread patterns, and factors influencing the spread and acceptance of the narrative associated with the phenomenon of radicalism and terrorism in DKI Jakarta Province. It was conducted with a qualitative approach: the data were collected through in-depth interviews with as many as 24 subjects (informants) divided into seven categories, namely, the Rohis (Islamic organization in secondary schools), the LDK (Basic Leadership Training)), mosque youth, youth organizations, religious leaders, da’i (preacher)/ takmir (mosque board), political activists, and cultural leaders. The finding of the study showed that the radicalism narrative has spread through a variety of patterns and has more importantly spread through interpersonal relationship patterns. However, the spread of the narrative has not been accompanied by an acceptance by the respondents of the narrative’s substance. From 96 radicalism and terrorism narratives posed as questions, a total of 62 responses (64.58%) showed opposition to these narratives that are present in the midst of the people of Jakarta. A total of 20% of the respondents expressed an improvement attitude towards the narratives, and the rest were receptive and accepted them with considerations. This finding proves that Jakarta residents not only are relatively free from the influence of radicalism and terrorism narratives but also have an immune system (improvement group) whose numbers among the groups of respondents to the narratives are balanced.
THE URGENCY OF NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL (NSC) IN THE CONTEXT OF CYBER SECURITY AS A SUB SYSTEM OF NATIONAL SECURITY TO PROTECT STATE AND PEOPLE Sumantri , Sumantri
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 1 (2020): February 2020
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The 21st century, the era of globalization characterized by free fight competition, advanced information and communication technology, and a borderless world has in one side make possibly the entrance of any values of ideology, politic, economy, socio culture, defense and security that can either be threats or challenges for any countries, in the other side democracy and human rights promoted by globalization awakening the universal awareness of human safety from any threat such as war, ethnic cleansing, communal conflict, and other physical and non physical threats. Despite the universal awareness of human safety, insecurity condition and internal political problem of any country will certainly affect the national security.
COMPARATIVE STUDY THE IMPACT OF COVID-19-2020 AND THE SPANISH-1920 FLU IN AN INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE Warsito , Tulus
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 3 (2020): August 2020
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The impact of COVID-19's transmission affects not only the health sector but also almost all sectors of community life, especially economic and social political stability. Until this article was written, this virus has caused more than 650 thousand victims. Resulting in a wave of layoffs of more than 50 million workers. The social panic due to the adoption of the WHO Protocol has created Global Totalitarian, global uniformity, everywhere people are not allowed to leave the house, even if they have to go outside the house they must wear a mask, keep social distancing and always wash their hands with soap. Though COVID-19 is not the first pandemic. A similar pandemic happened a century ago, the Spanish Flu of 1920, although it claimed more casualties, the global impact was not that bad as what COVID-19 does today. This paper wants to explore further about; why does COVID-19 have more worldwide and uniform influence than the Spanish Flu? Why did COVID-19 influence the international poltical economy?
KHALIFATULLAH PANATAGAMA : CONTINUITY & CHANGE IN THE PRACTICE OF POLITICAL ISLAM IN MODERN INDONESIA Hari Zamharir; Mohammad Noer; Sahruddin Lubis
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 1 (2020): February 2020
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As the culminating point of long history of penetracion de pacifique of Islam across the archipelago of Indonesia (Nusantara), several Kingdoms of Islam emerged in the early 19th century of modern Indonesia. The kings not only perform the functions in political domain but also in religious matters; with the rulers being the guidance of Islamic law (syari’ah). Gaining the independence of the country in Mid 20th century ( 1945), this historical legacy continues to be tackled by the post-monarchy state of Republic Indonesia under the Ministry of Religious Affairs—but its legal basis was a controversy when the Indonesian Constitution,UUD 1945, was agreed upon, without explicit mention of the duties to be performed by Muslims to implement the Islamic law. Now that power politics in 2019 poses heated debate over the khilafah ideology and political system vis-a-vis Pancasila, it is interesting to look into deeper insights of the legacy of Khalitullah Panatagama. From the duality of nomocracy and democracy, the legacy could be re-interpreted to gain proper understanding of religion—politics relationship. The conceptual basis of the study is Habermasian’s claim of post-secular social science with its notion of the old-fashioned axioms of secularism under which modern politics has been in practice.
INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE QUESTION OF STATE SECURITY : THE MALAYSIA EXPERIENCE Zaini Othman
Journal of Social Political Sciences Vol 1 No 1 (2020): February 2020
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In the modern age, the increasing use and exploration of information technology and the internet by hackers has created a new security threat to the integrity and socio-political stability of the Malaysian nation. Malaysia is not only one of the most dynamic developing countries in the region, but it is also facing many border disputes and terrorism with its neighboring countries. For example, maritime and territorial disputes between Malaysia and Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines, as well as sovereignty disputes with Singapore over part rocks island with Singapore. These disputes not only dragged diplomatic diplomats among the two political leaders of the country, but also involved cyber-hacking between countries. For example, cyber-attacks have taken place, when disputes over ownership of the Ambalat Block and East Ambalat Block in the Makassar Strait are at its peak between Malaysia and Indonesia. The attack has resulted in severe damage to a number of government sites owned by both countries. This paper analyzes the emerging role of information technology, the internet and hackers as a potential future security threat to the Malaysian nation and society, both international and domestic.

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