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Jurnal IJSS, FISIP, Universitas Airlangga, Jl. Dharmawangsa (Timur Perpustakaan Kampus B), Surabaya 60286, Indonesia
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INDONESIA
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences
Published by Universitas Airlangga
ISSN : 1978760X     EISSN : 2723777X     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.20473/ijss
The focus and scope of this journal are quite broad but limited to the social sciences. The scopes are politics, sociology, anthropology-- including cultural and bioanthropology, education, culture, society, media and information, demography, economics, law, linguistics, history, ecology, psychology, and humanities.
Articles 16 Documents
Shifting the use of Leuit in agricultural systems Fathurohmah, Ani; Prasetyo, Djoko Adi
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 12, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v12i2.22911

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Leuit is a grain bin and has a function to store the community’s rice grains of Suka Puyuh Village. This research aims to describe the preservation effort of Leuit in Suka Puyuh Village. Leuit has been preserved through family trait, Leuit reactivation program, and exploiting ruwat lembur tradition as the mechanism. The villagers’ attempts to preserve the Leuit intrigued the researcher to conduct further research concerning the existence of the Leuit in Suka Puyuh Village. This research is an ethnographic research along with employing a descriptive method and qualitative approach. Further, the technique of data collection uses observation methods and depth interviews. The obtained data are analyzed using Wilbert E. Moore’s Social Change theory. The results of this study indicate that Leuit in Kampung Suka Puyu’s community life has undergone a shift because of the change of social structure. Development of the agricultural system from simple to a more advanced and varied level has an impact on the shift of farming system to gardening system.
Revealing offering culture suguh sesajen Ghozuan, Anxy Yudhatama
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 12, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v12i1.21148

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In this modern era, we can get everything we want easily. Human most likely to use technology and think rationally. However, the people in Semen, Tanggalrejo Village, Mojoagung District, Jombang Regency is different because they still believe in the existence of supernatural things and routinely perform offerings activity called “suguh sesajen” to the Tomb of Bariden great grandfather and Mah great grandfather which are believed to be able to obtain good fortune and perform several rituals. This research uses qualitative methods by conducting in-depth interviews and observations. The results of this study indicate that the community still adheres to the tradition “suguh sesajen” offerings and believes in the myth of the occult power of the tomb.
Changes in culture and matchmaking behavior: online dating on Tinder Paramita, Fransisca Benedicta Avira Citra
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 13, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v13i1.26353

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Whether humans drive technology or technology capable of moving human life systems is still a debate and a contradiction in the thinking of some humans. Technological progress in Indonesia itself cannot be denied. What is feared is that the diversity of cultures and languages in Indonesia is threatened with extinction. One of the cultures that used to be felt in Indonesia was the culture of finding a mate. In ancient times, searching for a mate used traditional methods or more thick and trusting through elements of the surrounding culture and customs. However, with the development of technology began to erode the custom of finding a mate, which was replaced by technology's role. In this study, researchers focused on how technology replaces the role of culture, customs, and religion in finding someone's mate using social media applications. The theory used is to use determinism technology theory, which tries to prove that technology is starting to replace humans' role. This study took interviews with eight female informants from different ethnicities, religions, and ages. This study indicates that human trust in technology is now greater than the culture or customs that are still held firmly by the Indonesian people.
The influence of social media on social interactions among students Yohanna, Anna
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 12, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v12i2.22907

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Nowadays, students cannot be separated from social media. Every student can have many accounts of social media. Social media itself is one of the students' primary needs, but social media has a significant impact. The purpose of this study is that researchers want to see the positive and negative impacts of social media on the social interactions of its users. Researchers used a qualitative type with a purposive method. Researchers conducted interviews with fourteen students of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Airlangga. This study indicates that students' social media has positive and negative impacts on students' social interactions with their environment. One of the positive effects of social media is that students get the latest information more easily. Meanwhile, one of the negative impacts is that students become addicted to using social media to not interact with their environment. So, social media positively and negatively influences student interactions at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Airlangga.
The socialization of the independence of migrant workers children Agustina, Ikhda Maulida
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 12, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v12i2.22912

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The family is the primary socialization agent that has the function to shape the character of children. The presence of both parents in a family is able to provide great opportunities for children to obtain their rights including children who live in migrant workers' families. The thing that caught the attention of the researchers was the process of parenting especially socialization regarding independence carried out by the caregivers, as an effort to form the character of an independent child and fulfillment of children's rights and minimize the label given to children in the family of migrant workers. This study uses qualitative methods. The data collection in this study used in-depth interviews, the determination of the informants in this study used snowball random selection of informants and rolled from one informant to another informant without limitation on the number, in the study there were 7 informants who were caregivers of the children of migrant workers' families, the age of the children cared for is 8-18 years. The theories used in this study are the theory of Symbolic Interactionism from Herbert Blumer and Theory of Socialization Patterns from Elizabeth B. Hurlock. The results obtained from this study are that foster parents have meaning about independence derived from parents, experience and the surrounding environment. The meaning that is owned by foster parents is then disseminated to the children of migrant workers' families. The meaning of independence inherent in foster parents has an impact on the pattern of socialization that is applied to migrant workers' children. Independence is interpreted as disciplinary learning using authoritarian socialization patterns, independence which is interpreted as encouraging children to apply democratic socialization patterns and independence which is interpreted as self-habituation for children using permissive socialization patterns.
Consumption patterns of boarding students Lubiyansyah, Rahmandhita Aulia
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 12, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v12i1.21153

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Boarding house students are students who migrate. Their consumption patterns are determined by the income they receive each month. The consumption of boarding students, among others, is for food consumption and nonfood consumption. This study aims to analyze the consumption patterns of boarding house students from the class of 2017 in the Department of Anthropology, Airlangga University. The data of this study were obtained from the questionnaire (primary) and interviews with boarding house students from the class of 2017 in the Department of Anthropology, Airlangga University. The results of this study showed that the high income students tend to be more consumptive compared to the lower income ones.
The effect of the YouTube subscriptions button in the real-world and cyberspace Lapalelo, Putra Aditya
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 13, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v13i1.26354

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The virtual subscribe button feature on the YouTube platform, which is only the smallest technological element in cyberspace, has turned into a technology capable of dominating interactions in cyberspace and the real world. This growing influence cannot be separated from the subscribe button's function, which is increasingly changing, not just running a function to subscribe to the YouTube channel. Technically, this key determinism has turned into something very social to become a means of moving community groups to influence the economy, politics, social and culture. That can be seen from the results of observations of eight informants who are YouTube users. The eight informants acknowledged the subscribe button's existence, which has influenced social and economic interactions on social media in the last decade. Although several informants also pointed out that humans' role is still visible in the development of the subscriber button as one of the most crucial features in social media, YouTube, and the internet as a whole.
The impact of the Mobile Legend game in creating virtual reality Mawalia, Khefti Al
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 12, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v12i2.22908

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Online games have been very popular nowadays, more than games played by children and teenagers 30 years ago. This study aims to explore technological developments that people are interested in, namely the phenomenon of the emergence of the online game Mobile Legend. Mobile Legend has succeeded in making Indonesians interested because of its avatar, message feature, and buying and selling of online characters in one application. The evolution of online games from PC to Smartphone makes it easier for gamers to play games anywhere and anytime. Not infrequently, they can spend up to 6 hours a day looking for internet network access. Researchers use determinism theory to answer this phenomenon. The method in this study uses a qualitative type with a virtual ethnographic method. In addition, this research collects data on using virtual tracing to record and documenting virtual activities, and interviews with seven informants of Mobile Legends' players. This research shows that when a person plays games, he can become more apathetic and minimize interaction and communication with the social environment around him. Technology like Mobile Legend has eroded the socio-cultural side and communication sensitivity of an individual in society. All users also become more active and narcissistic in creating multiple identities that exist in the virtual world. So this research shows that online games in creating virtual reality have both positive and negative impacts on the players.
The influence of the Covid-19 Pandemic on young online businesses Putri, Nokya Suripto
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 13, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v13i1.26349

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Indonesia is one of the countries affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Covid-19 pandemic has a negative impact on economic, educational, socio-cultural, and other aspects. When viewed from a financial aspect, this pandemic has made efforts to shift trade from trading directly or face-to-face to online or commonly referred to as e-commerce, which is now an online business. This research method is quantitative and qualitative. Researchers used a purposive sampling technique to get respondents aged 15 to 25 who worked as online businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic. Then, the data analysis that the researchers did was descriptive statistical analysis. This study indicates that the most driving factor for young people aged 15 to 25 to do online business is to follow the current trends (37%). In addition, the inhibiting factor that many young people experience when running online businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic is a large number of competitors (37%). The number of competitors is related to the difficult economic situation during the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition, the results of this study also show that 60% of respondents choose that online business has no impact on academics because respondents say that doing business online provides positive energy. So, high school students, college students, and the general public (aged 18-25 years) can continue to develop online businesses even though they are during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Music: entertainment media with millions of benefits for physical performance Nasrullah, Mochamad Ferdyan
Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences Vol 12, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ijss.v12i1.21155

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We cannot deny that besides having a function as an entertainment, music also has influences to its listeners. Music existence has been there and developed since thousands years ago, and in every development, Music can perform beautiful tones and meaningful messages for its listeners. Music can take the listeners to their world that will give significant influences in their lives. Music can influence the minds and brains; therefore, it can produce health by listening music. This research aims to find out the influence that we can get from listening to music, digging the information related to the benefits of music, and analyzing how music influences its listeners. The method used in this research is the quantitative approach by using the survey and questionnaire methods. The conclusion that the researcher can explain in this research is that music is not only entertainment media but music can also send the listeners’ tiredness away; furthermore music brings the positive effects to its listeners. The effects that the listeners often feel are: that music can influence someone’s cognitive development which covers someone’s intelligence level until someone’s memory and also someone’s health that can reduce the blood pressure, reduce the anxiety levels, stress and depression.

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