Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

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ISSN / EISSN : 2338-8617 / 2443-2067
Published by: SCAD Independent (10.26811)
Total articles ≅ 196
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Muhammad Faisal, , Romi Siswanto, Hayati Hayati, Jajat Darojat
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 309-328; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.528

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This study aimed to explain the development of the Islamic Religious Education (PAI) curriculum in Islamic religious higher education which refers to the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI), the National Higher Education Standards (SNPT), and the Science Integration-Interconnection Paradigm as an orientation for scientific development at UIN Sunan Kalijaga. This research used qualitative methods with a naturalistic qualitative approach. The research took place at the Faculty of Tarbiyah and Education (FITK), UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta with a focus on the study program of PAI. The subjects of this study consisted of the Dean, Deputy Dean, and Chair of the Study Program, lecturers, and students of PAI. The research procedure was taken in four steps: observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Meanwhile, the data were analyzed by using the inductive model. The findings of the study indicated as follows; first, curriculum development emphasizes the clarity of the graduate profile, learning outcomes, the PAI field of study as the scope of development, the weight of the semester credit units. Second, curriculum development accommodates professional teacher competencies with four competencies; pedagogic, personality, social and professional. Third, curriculum development in the PAI Study Program emphasizes aspects of Islamic Education with its main sources, namely the Al-Qur'an and Al-Hadith.
Purniadi Putra, Galuh Nashrulloh Kartika, Abdul Hafiz, Dendi Pratama, Abdul Samad
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 329-344; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.482

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The Malays-Sambas expression is believed to have contributed to the Islamic basic education through an emphasis on a culture of shame expression that reflects the honor, reputation, and self-esteem of foreign cultures. The purpose of this study was to analyze the expression of Malay Sambas in improving the character education of Islamic primary students. The naturalistic phenomenological method was used to analyze the data of 6 students, 3 principals, and classroom teachers through in-depth interview sessions. The voices of participants with homogeneous characteristics of the Sambas Malay ethnicity were recorded and analyzed looking at the characteristics and implications, among others: 1) Exploration of the Sambas Malay; Suppan said, "a small wrong hand is set up" means respect, openness, gentle words, and the expression of the language of "tullah"(damned) to teach children, should not conflict with parents, teachers or parents. 2) The contribution of the Malay-Sambas language has significant character education value. Therefore, these findings contributed to schools in creating a model of local wisdom curriculum that aims to explore the richness of local values integrated into formulating the lives of a good millennial generation, so that they can maintain their values ​​while respecting globalization dominance.
M. Rafi, Suswanta Suswanta, Baskoro Wicaksono
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 451-466; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.540

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This article described the various phenomena of violations by the State Civil Apparatus in the momentum of the democratic party in Indonesia and aimed to determine the extent to which Malay Cultural Values ​​can maintain the neutrality of the State Civil Apparatus. This study used an exploration-oriented literature review method. Then, data were obtained through documentation techniques by reviewing and exploring several journals, books, and other related documents. To analyze the data, the content analysis method was used to get valid conclusions based on the context. The results showed that some Malay cultural values ​​that must be possessed by the State Civil Apparatus were the principles of honesty, justice and truth, hard work and perseverance, shame, and compassion. All the principles taught can maintain the neutrality of the State Civil Apparatus if each individual has high awareness and commitment to do so. Thus, the values ​​taught by the Malay Culture have an essential meaning in maintaining the neutrality of the State Civil Apparatus.
Sanny Nofrima, Sonny Sudiar, Eko Priyo Purnomo
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 435-450; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.500

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The original Javanese culture of the communities in Java has been running for decades, meaning that this culture has been very rich in elements of universal culture such as the system of social organization, knowledge, arts, religion, and language. Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Palace plays an essential role as the center and cultural resource owned by the city of Yogyakarta; one of the areas that are still famous for its cultural guardians, traditions, and behaviors of an ancestor. This research used qualitative methods to obtain data through literature reviews and interviews. Literature review and interview results then became analytical material and adapted to the existing frame of thought as a result of the library studies conducted at the beginning. Then after the analysis process was completed, the results were obtained. This research revealed that the Javanese culture in the people of Yogyakarta affected the political ideology because when speaking about Javanese culture, three aspects cannot be separated in the Javanese community, especially Yogyakarta, Javanese culture, Belief, and religion. A contest will always be syncretism, cannot be constantly intact on assimilation, and acculturation is even alienated (to be drawn). As long as the Javanese people still exist, the Javanese culture will remain alive and develop when the relics of letters, dialectics, and cultures still exist.
Mohd Mokhtar Muhamad, Sharifah Intan Sharina Syed Abdullah, Nurazidawati Mohamad Arsad
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 275-292; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.587

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Several recent studies started to relate religious beliefs and sustainable behavior. For this reason, there is a high possibility that students’ religious beliefs can be a strong impetus for practicing sustainability knowledge. The education for sustainable development (ESD) in universities should not be separated from the meaningful religious belief of university students. Therefore, we proposed the theocentric worldview which centered on a religion-spiritual relationship with God to be included as a part of ESD. This worldview is important in making ESD content meaningful for religious university students. In this paper, we used a religion-spiritual concept from Islamic teachings as an example of how a religious belief can be embedded within ESD for university students.
Kuntarto Kuntarto, Rindha Widyaningsih, Muhamad Riza Chamadi
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 413-434; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.539

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The subject of this research is to provide an overview of the mechanisms and schemes of hoax news spreading. Research is also trying to provide an explanation threat of hoaxes about SARA (Tribe, Religion, Race, and Intergroup) towards the resilience of the Pancasila ideology. The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative method by describing the results of the 2019 Mastel survey of national hoax outbreaks using the Pancasila ideology approach as a perspective of the study. The results showed that the hoax on the issue of SARA was the second most widely hoax news content received by the public with the popular channels for hoax distribution is social media, with a kind of text messaging. A hoax about SARA is the most frequently accepted hoaxes in the community every day. The scheme of spreading hoax news is by spreading slander to political opponents, excessive branding of leader/figure, fake testimony, irresponsible quotation, and bombastic photos or titles. Hoax news about SARA issues poses a severe threat to Indonesia's unity because triggering controversy, public unrest, sectarian sentiment, intolerance of political instability, and security disturbances.
Rahmani Rahmani, Ali Mustadi, Maulidar Maulidar, Anwar Senen
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 345-364; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.506

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This research aimed to develop context-based teaching materials and creativity to improve elementary school students' scientific literacy in the material of human and animal motion organs. The research method used in this research is Research and Development (Research and Development) which includes stage 1) Preliminary studies in the form of literature studies, 2) Study of teaching material development and 3) limited trials using a one-shot case study. The results of the analysis of the data from the questionnaire assessment of teaching materials by material experts showed that the aspect of content eligibility was 90%, the feasibility aspect was 78% presentation, the aspect of language eligibility was 83% and the aspect assessment was context and creativity 92%. The results of the questionnaire data analysis of teaching material assessment by media experts showed that the size of teaching materials was 69%, the cover was 86% and the content design was 85. Therefore, the teacher's response to context-based teaching materials using questionnaire sheets, and the response obtained that using teaching materials can facilitate teachers to learn science in a simple but meaningful way.
Rusydi Ananda
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 365-378; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.510

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This study aimed to describe the comparative implementation of learning outcome evaluations applied at MTsN 1 Medan by using the 2013 KTSP and Curriculum 2013. The method used in this study was qualitative methodology. Data collection techniques consisted of observation, interviews, and documentation. The research findings indicated that the differences in the assessment of learning outcomes between the KTSP curriculum and 2013 curriculum include aspects of the application in the classroom, assessment aspects, aspects of the assessment system, aspects of assessment instruments, aspects of portfolio assessment concepts, aspects of report card format, aspects of value list format, aspects of competency achievement indicators, aspects of competency achievement indicators, aspects graduate competency standards, standard aspects of assessment and aspects of value ranges.
Altanchimeg Zanabazar, Sarantuya Jigjiddorj
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 467-482; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.530

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One of the key factors for sustaining an organizational performance for any organization is maintaining loyalty and retention of skilled and experienced employees. Therefore, revealing positive and negative factors impacting employee loyalty and taking action for further improvement has been an essential aspect for organizations. The current paper aims at researching how employee satisfaction has an impact on employee loyalty as well as the organizational performance of the organization based on the case of the Mongolian banks. The sample survey involved 400 employees of three banks. The results of the survey demonstrated that employee loyalty can be maintained through increasing employee satisfaction. In the present study employee satisfaction is considered as the independent variable and as mediating factor that served employee loyalty, and organizational performance is taken as the dependent variable. Consequently, reliability tests, correlation, and regression analysis have been carried out to prove our hypothesis. The research results indicate that satisfied employees tend to be loyal and committed to the organization and contributed positively to the organizational performance.
Afriani Afriani, Denisa Denisa
Published: 30 May 2021
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun, Volume 9, pp 251-274; doi:10.26811/peuradeun.v9i2.518

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This study aimed to describe the prevalence of bullying victimization and its differences in gender, grade level, and friendship quality among junior high school students in Aceh, Indonesia. The study also investigated the moderation effect of gender on the association between friendship quality and bullying victimization. A total of 360 students from four schools in Banda Aceh was selected using Cluster and Disproportionate Stratified random sampling. The Revised Olweus Victim Questionnaire and Friendship Qualities Scale were used to obtain data on bullying victimization and friendship quality, respectively. The results indicated that 46.9 % of the students were reported being victimized by peers “2 or 3 times a month” or more often. Verbal was the most common form of victimization reported by students. Significant differences in bullying victimization were found concerning gender and friendship quality. The study revealed that males were more likely to report being victimized than females, while students who have a good relationship with their friends reported fewer experiences of victimization than others. Further, regression analysis indicated that gender significantly moderated the relationship between friendship quality and bullying victimization. Preventive interventions regarding peer relationships and gender may be useful in reducing bullying victimization in schools.
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