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International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

KEYWORDS: Islamic History, mind mapping, teaching material, student’s learning. 1. INTRODUCTION The spread of Covid-19 throughout the world has disrupted all aspects of life, including economic, political, socio-cultural, and educational. The Covid-19 pandemic has also impacted education practices in Indonesia, where online learning has replaced face-to-face learning using the available information and communication technology [1]. Thus, designing learning materials suitable for pandemic situations is critical for the effectiveness of teaching.
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International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

Postgraduate of Sociology Study Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Sebelas Maret University Surakarta, Indonesia ABSTRACT Laku Lampah Community is a community for historical and cultural lovers in Surakarta. This community has a vision and mission in inviting people to learn about various historical and cultural relics around them. Through the activity of walking around the historical buildings in an area, this community wants to arouse people's enthusiasm for preserving and maintaining the historical and cultural heritage that is around them. This study aims to analyze the role of agents in developing the existence of the Laku Lampah community. This research uses a qualitative method with a phenomenological study approach. Data collection uses observation, interviews and documentation studies. The results showed that agents have an important role in developing the existence of the Laku Lampah community in society. The presence of an agent makes the Laku Lampah community can survive to date. The relationships created between agents foster cooperation in maintaining the existence of the Laku Lampah community.
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International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

Change of woman’s nationality because of marriage: Dr. Nasiri accepts that the adjustment in a woman’s nationality is neither intentional nor inadvertent. It additionally does not result from the strength of her better half. He accepts that the difference in nationality is "the aftereffect of consenting to the marriage arrangement". As it were, governments that require the adjustment in the woman’s nationality after marriage think of it because of marriage. In other words, when a woman is hitched, she acknowledges the marriage foundation as it is set up in her better half's nation. Clearly, a woman who gets hitched with her own assent is consequently tolerating the characteristic or unavoidable outcomes of the marriage including the inconvenience of her significant other's nationality on her. She in reality acknowledges the entirety of the lawful impacts of the marriage. By tolerating, the thinking the insufficiency of any ensuing changes to the spouse's nationality is likewise clarified (Arafnia, 2012). 4. Change of woman’s nationality in line with the administrator: In this hypothesis, the spouse's nationality is forced on the wife because the lawmaker of the nation directs it to ensure the political and national interests of the nation.
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International Journal of Management Studies and Social Science Research

International Journal of Management Studies and Social Science Research

The challenges faced by tertiary institutions in meeting the needs of staff and infrastructural development such as in building of lectures halls, offices, laboratories, furniture, library equipment and vehicles are not mostly unique to one region or state of Nigeria. Since the creation of Abia State.The state has witnessed an increase in the establishment of tertiary institutions as a result of sustained quest for quality, affordable and accessible higher education; therefore, the state can boast of various types of degree-awarding institutions that cut across universities, polytechnics, colleges of education and other specialized institutions of higher learning. These institutions have their shares of funding challenges. The factors militating against adequate funding of tertiary institutions in Nigeria is traced to social, economic and political structures of the society as exemplified in the African political economy model (Agha 2014). The model focuses on how political and economic forces shape the context within which public tertiary institutions carry out their primary functions of teaching and research. The specific political, economic and social matrix of the present environment in Nigeria, whereby economic depression, political instability and cuts in the government expenditure impact on the tertiary education system.
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Journal of Social and Political Sciences

Journal of Social and Political Sciences

The Asian Institute of Research Social and Political Sciences is a peer-reviewed International Journal. The journal covers scholarly articles in the fields of Social and Political Sciences, which includes, but not limited to, Anthropology, Government Studies, Political Sciences, Sociology, International Relations, Public Administration, History, Philosophy, Arts, Education, Linguistics, and Cultural Studies. As the journal is Open Access, it ensures high visibility and the increase of citations for all research articles published. The Journal of Social and Political Sciences aims to facilitate scholarly work on recent theoretical and practical aspects of Social and Political Sciences.
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International Journal of Social Sciences

International Journal of Social Sciences

Keywords: Health, labour, exploitation, employment, fundamental rights. Introduction Health is always considered as wealth. “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity: it is a fundamental human right and … the attainment of the highest possible level of health is a worldwide social goal whose realization requires the action of many other socio- economic and political sectors in addition to the health sector.” * All dimensions of socio- economic, political and cultural conditions such as food, water supply, education, housing, employment, reasonable wage and circumstances of creativity etc. play a vital role in maintaining health. The structural analysis shows different levels of life negations in the health issues of migrant labourers. Deprivations of land, means of production, surplus extraction by using technologies and extension of the time of the work, deprivation of wage and low wages etc. constitute through alienation to the labourer. Since labour is defined as ‘any economically productive activity’ and the major labour force of India is marginal workers. 2 the welfare of a nation depends on the well being of this work force. If the labour force is weak, alienated from the production, then the outcome will be a weak economy. Thus it must be protected and secured from all types of illness, exploitation and alienation which prevent them from creating a better society. Patnaik argues that “those interested in the progress of this country
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International Journal of Forensic Research

International Journal of Forensic Research

To effectively combat crime, comprehensive socio-economic development planning, aimed at effective and equitable social services delivery is necessary. Innocent.C. Chukwuma. The fact is, these crime measure cannot be achieved without reliable and valid data. Nigeria at present does not have such statistics. It is therefore not surprising that in spite of the various crime control measures and task forces that were respectively introduced and established during the past two decades, criminals continue to operate in greater number over increasing wider spheres. Official crime statistics produced by police, prisons and the courts are the indicators of criminality and victimization commonly available in most societies. However, such statistics are inaccurate due to dark figures (unreported crimes), grey figures (reported but unrecorded crimes), and manipulation of records to satisfy political and / or institutional interests. Globally these statistics are known to suffer several weaknesses. Such weaknesses led criminologists in Nigeria and all over the globe, to develop self-report measures of obtaining information on criminality, victimization, criminal justice administration and public attitude to crime in the society, Alemika EO [23].
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International Journal of Business and Social Research

International Journal of Business and Social Research

6.0 FUTURE RESEARCH Future research should address the question of the degree to which, if any, practicing auditors consider the effect of their audit opinion on their long-term relationship with the client and thus client retention. Students were used as subjects in this study and consequently the results may not be generalizable to practicing auditors. In spite of this limitation the results do raise interesting questions about the interaction of fee materiality and auditor responses to money laundering red flags. In addition, as accounting majors reported lower discussion and disclosure likelihoods than did other subjects, these results may have implications for accounting and auditing education. Lawson (2004) and Nonis & Swift (2001) both reported that students who engage in wrongful and dishonest acts in college continue the same behavior in the workplace. While the decisions made by students in this study were not wrongful or dishonest, they were decisions in materiality levels which may have wrongly affected a professional judgment. Future research should seek to identify the causes of the lower likelihood assessments among accounting majors and see if that effect is long term; that is, does it follow students into practice and do they, as practicing auditors, continue to respond to fee materiality the same way.
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International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research

International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research

India is the largest consumer of Gold in the world accounting for nearly 25% of the total gold consumption in the world. Most of India’s gold consumption is in the form of jewellery and as investment demand. Indian gold demand is supported by cultural and religious traditions which are not directly linked to global economic trends as a result of which demand remains steady even during high prices. The steadily rising prices of Gold reinforce the inherent value of gold jewellery, an intrinsic part of its desirability and also as a means of investment. The growth in investment demand has sparked numerous innovations in gold investment.
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International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

https://ijessr.com Page 45 from grade three to grade six which are very challenging, so this river is very potential for white water rafting activities. White water rafting, whether it's done to just release a hobby or to hold a rafting competition, because of the quality of this river which is often used as a place to hold rafting events, even international events have been held here. In addition to natural attractions in this tourist area, visitors can also enjoy various cultural attractions and local customs. Cultural arts that are often displayed are the thousand-handed dance or the Saman dance from the Gayo tribe, this Saman dance is quite familiar to visitors because the Saman dance is already worldwide, this is marked by the embedding of this Saman Dance as a World Intangible Heritage by UNESCO. In addition to the Saman Dance, traditional activities are in the form of "pemamanan" which is one of the traditional activities of the Alas tribe which is usually marked by a procession consisting of a group of people riding horses complete with Alas traditional clothes. For this traditional event, for this cultural attraction, it is necessary to increase the intensity of its appearance to increase the interest of visitors to the area.
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International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

3 of 2019 concerning Technical Guidelines for School Operational Funding (BOS) issued by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia, which inc[r]

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International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.37500/IJESSR.2021.4426 ABSTRACT This research aims to describe the validity, practicality, and effectiveness the use of environmental- based camtasia video learning media on storytelling skills in third grade students of SDN Bulusidokare Sidoarjo. Research development using the DDD-E model by Iver & Barron. Subject this research is the third grade students of SDN Bulusidokare Sidoarjo as many as 31 students. Data collection techniques in the form of documentation, validation, observation, questionnaires, and tests. The results showed that (1) the quality of video learning media products environment-based camtasia on the validity aspect of camtasia video learning media environment-based by 87.16%, (2) Product quality based on practical aspects which includes the results of observations of teacher and student activities during the implementation of learning using environmental-based camtasia video learning media and responses teachers and students after using camtasia-based video learning media environment by 93.43%, (3) Environment-based camtasia video learning media was developed effectively to improve the storytelling skills of third graders at SDN Bulusidokare Sidoarjo. This is evidenced by the percentage of mastery of storytelling skills of 90.32% and a significant difference between the results of the pretest and posttest, namely t-statistics = 19.603 > t-table = 2.042. From the results of this study, it was concluded that the use of Camtasia video learning media was effectively used to improve students' storytelling skills.
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International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

According to data from the Health Services Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia, the growth of hospitals in Indonesia is always increasing, and one that stands out in a region where one of the regional members is Central Java. Based on this, research can be carried out in Solo Raya, whose areas include Klaten, Boyolali, Wonogiri, Sukoharjo, Sragen, Karanganyar and Surakarta districts, as well as Semarang Raya, whose areas include the districts of Semarang, Kendal, Demak, Grobogan and Semarang City and Salatiga City as a representation. regions in Central Java, apart from representing regions in Central Java, the selection of Semarang Raya and Solo Raya as research locations is also based on the phenomenon of high turnover.
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International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

Department of Nursing, Polytechnic of Health-Ministry of Aceh, Aceh, Indonesia DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.37500/IJESSR.2020.3620 ABSTRACT Indonesia was a country with the third-largest number of smokers in the world. Teenagers were one of the age groups at risk of becoming smokers. The smoking behavior of santri in one of the traditional Islamic boarding schools in Aceh Besar was classified as bad. Emotional support is done to change smoking behavior in students. This research used a method quasi experimental through approach pre- postest design with controlling. The sample in this study were students aged >18 years who smoked with a total sample size of 47 people for each intervention. The results showed that emotional support was effective in increasing the knowledge (p = 0.043) and attitudes (p = 0.039) of students to quit smoking. However, emotional support was not effective in reducing the number of cigarettes smoked per day (p = 0.906). Emotional support increases the knowledge and attitudes of students to quit smoking but does not reduce the number of cigarettes smoked per day. It is hoped that it is necessary to increase social support that is more effective with longer interventions to reduce the number of cigarettes smoked per day.
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International Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities

International Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities

Therefore, the researchers sought to follow the above- mentioned methods that serve the process of developing flexibility by following the method of programming stages of work within the training unit to serve the research sample, in addition to following the principle of individual training that is appropriate to the capabilities and capabilities of each individual in the sample, as the researchers adopted the level of maximum severity in Development of flexibility and on the basis of the maximum kinetic range that the component parts of that performance-related joint can reach and in light of individual differences between the players, and it indicates that (Al-Taher, 2016, p. 197) that the foundations on which the degree of flexibility focuses vary from one individual to another according to the anatomical and psychological capabilities A bona fide characteristic of the individual depends largely on the ability of the tendons, ligaments and muscles on elongation. The researchers adopted in increasing the training load in flexibility training by increasing the training size represented by time or repetitions with the level of intensity fixed at the maximum limits according to the maximum possible range of motion of the joint.
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International Journal of Management Studies and Social Science Research

International Journal of Management Studies and Social Science Research

Multiple arguments support the OL direction using the 4Is. First, little work exists concerning LS using the lens of OL. Only a qualitative study by Mansoori (2017), using Argyris and Schoen’s model 2 theory-in-use, provides insight that utilizes an OL lens to evaluate LS. Further, Bojovic et al. (2018) highlight the multiple roles with experimentation as part of the business model innovation process. Second, no study exists that engages the 4Is in the business model innovation role. Third, no study reflects the testing of propositions that Dutta and Crossan (2005) posit, making this area an excellent opportunity for contribution. Fourth, scholars and consultants report that one of the challenges in using LS involves the founder and the founding team's alignment concerning what experiments to run and how to interpret results (Ghezzi, 2018; Jones and Macpherson, 2006; Ng, 2014). Fifth, such work could address the fifth I, “intertwining” (Jones and Macpherson, 2006), which characterizes the startup’s external community interactions. Finally, such research can extend into Teece’s stages of sensing, seizing, and transforming in the BMI process (Teece, 2018), and Roger’s diffusion of innovation theory (Rogers, 2010). 5.32 Evaluating Impact within the Science and Technology Sector
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International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences

International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences

awareness on proper implementation of RCO usage. Quality of fried food depends heavily on the quality of cooking oil used. Hence, awareness of proper usage on RCO can promote improvement of the quality of fried food sold. Furthermore, this study will provide the latest data on Shah Alam restaurant operators’ KAP towards RCO usage. Consequently, this enables the local health authorities to have insights to assist in improving their policies and regulations on the usage of RCO. Findings obtained from this research can be imperative to assist future researches, create future awareness campaigns on RCO practices and can be beneficial for the local municipality to develop impactful policies and effective measures to limit usage of degraded RCO among food operators.
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International Economic and Political Studies

International Economic and Political Studies

General Information about IEPS IEPS, as an interdisciplinary M. A. programme of the PPE family, is the most preferred study at our faculty among students from abroad. It investigates contemporary political, economic and social issues from a multidisciplinary perspective. Although economic and political studies are in its core, students also explore the historical, legal and sociological aspects of events on international scene. The emphasis is on modern non-conventional economic thinking applied on political and economic decision-making and expertise at the level of supra-national institutions, states, regions, corporations, businesses, media and political parties. Students of IEPS enjoy a multicultural environment with classmates from literally all over the world: USA, Australia, Russia, China, Britain, Turkey, Ukraine, Malay- sia, Korea, Mexico and many other countries.
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American International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

American International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

relationships with customers. Its not only pure business but also idea to strong personal bonding within people. Once the linkage is built, it is very easy for an organization to identify the customer needs and help to them to serve them in a better way. Relations are as old as a buyer and a seller and so is Management. E-CRM improves and maintains transactions security of the customers. Trust is a major benefit provided to the customers of the banks. The rate of accuracy of the transactions E-CRM that is improvement of service quality. Easy Customer Interaction with the banks which will cause for satisfaction. The process may include three major factors: social exchange, business or financial transaction, and information exchange.CRM is a sound business strategy to identify the bank’s most profitable customers and prospects, and devotes attention and time to expanding account relationship with those customers through individualized marketing, discretionary decision making, and customized services are delivered through the various sales channels that the bank uses.
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Article accepted by: International Journal of Social Research Methodology: Theory &

Article accepted by: International Journal of Social Research Methodology: Theory &

voluntary bodies; managers and practitioners from local organisations; and ‘key informant’ carers. Contributors to the consultation provided additional references about potential studies to include in the review as well as valuable insights about issues relating to the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of services that the scoping review alone would not have alerted us to. For instance, whereas primary research reports tended to focus on changes in levels of carer burden, stress or knowledge as a measure of effectiveness, contributors approached the concept in a more rounded and holistic way that encompassed five related dimensions: benefits for the carer; benefits for the care recipient; benefits for the family as a whole; the impact of service usage; and, long term outcomes for society. This perspective prompted the research team to question the predominance of the use of standard outcome measures. When reporting the findings, we suggested that alternative approaches to determining the effectiveness of interventions alongside standard outcome measures should be developed and applied. Although this element of our approach to a scoping study may be considered an ‘optional extra’, the consultation exercise did indeed provide
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