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Yarmaliza Yarmaliza, Teungku Nih Farisni, Fitriani Fitriani, Fitrah Reynaldi, Zakiyuddin Zakiyuddin, Veni Nella Syahputri, Rinaldy Rinaldy
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 109-114; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i2.8

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Coronavirus Disease or COVID-19 is still a concern around the world. After additional examination, it was viewed that as a new strain of Covid was the reason. There is still a lot of controversy surrounding this disease, including aspects of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Therefore, we conducted a review of studies related to COVID-19 which have been widely published from early 2020 to the end of March 2020. Until now, definitive treatment for COVID-19 has not been found, patients with COVID-19 are only given supportive therapy. The method used in this research is a literature study, which is a study whose research object is in the form of library works, either in the form of scientific journals, books, articles in the mass media, as well as statistical data so as to describe the epidemiological trend of COVID 19. The purpose of writing this article is to knowing the distribution trend of COVID-19, which is still a pandemic issue.
Made Winda, Putu Herny Susanti, Mirah Ayu Putri Trarintya
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 115-130; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i2.12

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the role of commitment to mediate the influence of motivation on the performance of waste bank managers in Denpasar City. The research is causal in nature to provide an explanation and understanding of the relationship between the motivation variable and the manager's commitment and performance variables. The research population is all managers of Denpasar City waste bank which are still active, totaling 94 managers. The sampling technique was carried out using the saturated sample technique. Questionnaires that have been tested for validity and reliability were given to 94 respondents. Methods of data collection through: observation, interviews, documentation, and literature, questionnaires. The method of analysis using descriptive analysis and inferential analysis with Partial Least Square (PLS) analysis. The results of the study show that direct motivation significant positive effect on the commitment and performance of managers, and commitment plays a partial role in mediating the influence of motivation on the performance of managers. The research implication is the need for motivation to produce work according to standards. The research suggestion is that motivation needs to be increased again by giving awards to managers to form awareness to be more enthusiastic and motivated and committed to work so that they can improve performance at the Denpasar City Waste Bank.
Ayman Riheel Alnaas Taha, Sajjad Hussain, Muhammad Sajid Aziz, Hafiz Ali Raza
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 141-152; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i2.14

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Second language teaching and learning has been grounded greatly on pragmatics. It has been a very important aspect of L2 learners. Majority of the existing literature on this subject matter has paid much attention to diverse pedagogies in the teaching and learning of English and how to integrate pragmatics in the classroom teaching of the language. Experts in the teaching and learning of English as a second language have over the period proven that understanding the level of competence of students’ pragmatics in terms of Pakistan EFL learners is imperative for establishing curriculum in teaching pragmatic competence. This study therefore addresses this aspect and pushes the debate further for a deeper understanding. This research specifically seeks to examine the pragmatic competence level of Pakistan students L2 learners or speakers as well as the contribution of gender and the type of school regarding their competency level in pragmatic knowledge. As for institution type, the results show that there is a significant difference regarding implicate and speech acts. The situational routines do not prove any differences for school type.
Muhammad Abdullah, Hanafi Hanafi, Afif Khalid, Gusti Wardiansyah, Riinawati Riinawati
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 9-14; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i1.2

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This study aims to find out why women are the dominant victims of domestic violence. This research uses a descriptive qualitative method, with a literature study. The result of this study is that the relationship between men and women is still unequal, which still considers men to be more than women in all respects so that the wife/woman is only in charge of household matters. The wife's economic dependence on her husband is also one of the triggers for the violence. So that the husband commits violence with the intention that the wife no longer refuses the husband's will, as well as to show masculinity. This oppression is also caused by a subordinate view that is supported by socio-political dynamics rooted in a hierarchical, submissive level and legitimizes violence as a control mechanism. The conclusion of this study is that domestic violence is part of gender-based violence because violence was born as a result of an imbalance in the pattern of power relations between men and women which was then justified by both state law and religious beliefs as a result of interpretation gender-biased religious texts. Building a pattern of relations that is egalitarian and fair and away from the practice of violence in the context of family life is part of both humanitarian and religious duties.
Cindy Clara, Hamid Saremi, Usman Jayadi
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 25-32; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i1.4

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This research is intended to identify the quality of employee activities. This research uses qualitative methods. Information gathering was attempted through monitoring, questioning and documentation. Sourced from questions and answers with administrative employee informants, employees also have self-ability, maximum activity results, activities and enthusiasm in working. The research procedure used in this research is a qualitative descriptive procedure where each information is combined, analyzed and then concluded that the type of research used is qualitative descriptive. The results of this research conclude that the system and rules of the method of removal of state -owned property are in accordance with Regulation of the Minister of Finance No. 83. or PMK. 06 Deed of 2016 on the rules of the method of destruction and destruction of state property as well as the release of elements of the internal regulation system of the ruler in accordance with the Regulation of the Internal Regulation System of the ruler No. 60 of 2008.
Waizul Qarni, Doly Anwar Nasution, Xiaoguang Yue, Riinawati Riinawati
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 15-24; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i1.3

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State -owned commodities are all goods purchased or obtained on the weight of the state budget or obtained from other legal acquisitions. The elimination of state -owned relics is the last activity to carry out the management of state -owned relics, not a simple action from the governing board. The purpose of this research is to identify whether the system and method of removal of state -owned property is in line with the Regulation of the Minister of Finance. 83 or pmk. 06 or 2016 Regarding the rules of the method of destruction and destruction of property belonging to the state is assessed from whether the elements of the system of internal regulation of the ruler has been in accordance with the regulation of the system of internal regulation of the ruler in 2008. The research procedure used in this research is a qualitative descriptive procedure where each information is combined, analyzed and then concluded that the type of research used is qualitative descriptive. The results of this research conclude that the system and rules of the method of removal of state -owned property are in accordance with Regulation of the Minister of Finance No. 83. or PMK. 06 Deed of 2016 on the rules of the method of destruction and destruction of state property as well as the release of elements of the internal regulation system of the ruler in accordance with the Regulation of the Internal Regulation System of the ruler No. 60 of 2008.
Tamjidnor Tamjidnor, Mohd. Nazri Ismail
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 33-44; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i1.5

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The purpose of this study was to find out how MAN 1 Banjarmasin implements character education in learning, and to determine the factors that influence character education in MAN 1 Banjarmasin learning. This research is descriptive and qualitative research. The object of this research amounted to 6 people, including the head of the madrasa, waka of the course, several teachers, and several students. Using data collection techniques from interviews, observation, and recording. The results of the research of MAN 1 Banjarmasin on the implementation of character education in learning include learning planning and learning implementation. At the lesson plan stage, the teacher includes various characters in the lesson plan to be applied in learning. At the implementation stage of learning, the teacher internalizes character values in the initial, core, and final activities aimed at developing student character. There is a kind of stimulus or interactive stimulus in the learning process, its function is to instill personality in the learning process. In the implementation stage of learning, teachers also use various methods to shape students' character, namely exploring children's knowledge and skills through lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and questions and answers, and they use scientific methods to make the learning process more focused on student activities. student character formation. Only then can the implementation of character education in language learning be carried out properly. There are two factors that influence the implementation of character education learning at MAN 1 Banjarmasin, namely supporting factors and inhibiting factors. Supporting factors include activities carried out in religious schools to support the successful formation of student character and school environmental conditions. Inhibiting factors include the time of learning implementation, students or students from different backgrounds, and lesson plans.
Muhammad Arif Setiawan
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 153-162; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i2.15

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This paper aims to analyze the regulatory framework on arrest and detention in Indonesian Criminal Procedure Code under human rights perspective. This study employed doctrinal legal research using statute and conceptual approaches. The findings of this research reveal that the principles of law enforcement and human rights, which include the principles of legality, necessity, and proportionality, are essentially general principles that can be used to determine whether state actions that interfere with citizens' rights and freedoms violate or do not violate human rights. The legal provisions concerning arrest and detention did not fit the human rights standpoint particularly in the context of procedure and the length of detention. The proportionality and the necessity principle have not been fully considered as the ethical basis for arresting the perpetrator of a crime. Hence, what is needed is to amend the Criminal Procedure Code considering the adoption of both necessity and proportionality principle in the arrest and detention.
Muhammad Amin
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 131-140; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i2.13

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This paper aims to analyze the need for the specific criminal procedure for disabled persons in Indonesian criminal justice system. This study employed doctrinal legal research using statute and conceptual approaches. The findings of this research reveal that the criminal justice system is based on the normalcy concept, which holds that everyone is physically and cognitively normal. As a result, the investigation, prosecution, and examination processes in court proceedings are exclusively aimed at and created for regular people. Persons with disabilities have been pushed to the margins and perhaps ignored. Persons with disabilities' rights are frequently infringed, both as perpetrators and as witnesses/victims of criminal activities. The medical method should be abandoned in favor of a social approach for the criminal justice system to be pro-people. What's needed is for law enforcement to do their jobs at each stage of the criminal justice system so that people with disabilities can have a fair trial. In the early phases of the criminal justice process, a profile assessment is required to determine the character, challenges, and requirements of people with disabilities.
Aminu Adamu Ahmed, Alhaji Adamu Saidu, Jibril Hussein Kawure
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 75-92; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i2.10

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The technology and innovation are the keys used to unlocked impossible imaginations to become possible towards achieving unexpected individual and organizational desired objectives. This study focused on the roles of unprecedented phenomenon called central bank digital currency (CBDC) over physical currency. Initially, the total of 146 articles from various research databases ranging from the year 2018 to 2021 were downloaded. However, 35 articles were reviewed from the total articles downloaded and selected as the study sample size by meeting the title, abstract and contents criteria. Furthermore, the results of this study employed systematic literature review (SLR) to explain in details why CBDC should be chosen and how it supersede the traditional physical currency based on individual and organizational perspectives. The study assesses the roles of CBDC based on three parameters such as features, perceived benefits and challenges of both CBDC and Physical Currency. It also revealed that CBDC can replaces the use of physical currency depends only on how people, businesses perceive the features, benefits (better allocation, accessibility, interest bearing, convertibility and cost reduction) and possible challenges (reverse of the benefits) associated with CBDC compare to it counterpart.
Ida Ayu Ketut Sri Wiratih, I Gede Putu Kawiana, Putu Herny Susanti
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i2.11

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Public administration currently refers to the professionalism of the performance of government officials in public services One of the agencies formed by the local government is the Village Office. The purpose of this study was to analyze the role of local culture in the relationship of leader member exchange to the performance of employees at the Village Office in Abiansemal District. The research is causal in nature to provide an explanation and understanding of the relationship between the leader member exchange variable, local culture and employee performance variables. The research population was all employees of the Village Office in Abiansemal District, totaling 269 employees. Questionnaires that have been tested for validity and reliability were given to 73 respondents. Methods of data collection by observation, interviews, documentation, literature and questionnaires. The method of determining the sample with a saturated sample and the method of analysis using descriptive analysis and inferential analysis with Partial Least Square (PLS) analysis. The results show that the leader member exchange variable has an effectsignificanton employee performance, local culture has an effect positive and significant on employee performance.Local culture is not able to moderate the influenceleader member exchangeon employee performance but tends to be a predictor variable because it has positive but not significant results.
Isaac Anobi Asare, Joseph Dotse Komla Plahar, Ayishetu Pantah, Joana Emefa Adansi
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 45-74; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i2.7

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The study aimed to determine the impact of social media language (also known as net language) on the formal writing skills of Mount Mary College of Education students. This study involved a total of 150 students, 60 of whom were males and 90 of whom were females, who were studying English language and French at the time of the study. The study employed a phenological research design, and a purposive sample technique was used to choose the thirty (30) participants that took part in it. The responses were mark quiz papers and group tasks, and the results were analysed. The study concluded that when people write individually, social media does have an impact on their formal writing. Students who work in groups, on the other hand, are not affected by this. Another finding of the survey was that respondents employ a wide range of social media lingo, including clipping, abbreviation, alphanumeric homophony, vowel deletion, graphone, and other slang terms, among other things. According to the results of the survey, most people type in social media or internet language when they communicate on social media to make it easier for them to communicate.
Hanafi Hanafi, Hidayatullah Hidayatullah, Tamjidnor Tamjidnor
International Journal of Social Science, Education, Communication and Economics (SINOMICS JOURNAL), Volume 1, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.54443/sj.v1i1.1

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The purpose of this study was to determine the comparison between Islamic Law and Domestic Violence Law in handling domestic violence in Indonesia. The type of research used is qualitative research with comparative descriptive method. As the only research design, the ethnographic method is the method in this research with descriptive analysis writing techniques, where ethnography itself provides a tool that allows the research process to take place better. The results of this study are from two sources of law, namely Islamic Law and Domestic Violence Law which can be used as a legal basis to punish and limit the arbitrariness of a husband against his wife and family members. In addition, the two sources of law view the need for formal juridical protection of a person's human rights and freedoms, preventing arbitrary acts of violating other people's laws without clear or justified reasons. The conclusion of this study is that there is a relationship between Islamic Law and the Domestic Violence Law, including 1) The views of Islamic law and positive law view that domestic violence or violence against wives is a despicable and promiscuous behavior; 2) Correlation about the purpose of punishment; 3) In terms of punishment, it can be said that punishment in the form of imprisonment is a form of takfir punishment in Islamic criminal law.
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