Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2656-1565 / 2656-8209
Current Publisher: Universitas Islam Malang (10.33474)
Total articles ≅ 41
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Khairul Arief Rahman, Hamidah Izzatu Laily
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP), Volume 3, pp 43-57; doi:10.33474/jisop.v3i1.6782

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Coverage of the Coronavirus or Covid-19 in Indonesia was accompanied by confusion of information which resulted Mass Hysteria. Media criticism is also present as the vanguard of social control, which is not only limited to what and how it appeared, but also critically explores readiness from the political level of government to the social life of the affected community. How two "premium" media, namely Tempo and DetikX, build news construction about Covid-19? Then how do the media frame a topic or issue that has developed after Covid-19? and how is the concentration of the media in reporting on Mass Hysteria that developed after Covid-19 in Indonesia? This study takes news in March 2020, Especially on the main coverage presented by both media. This research uses qualitative research method and Pan and Kosicki's framing analysis model for explore data research. The Result is Tempo Magazine and DetikX generally drawing struggle toward Mass Hysteria and affair caused by Covid-19 on critics of handling policy government level and public with selectively choosing solution frame as shape of struggle.
Eko Eddya Supriyanto
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP), Volume 3, pp 10-21; doi:10.33474/jisop.v3i1.6959

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The application of Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) in monetary policy is a solution to the counter-globalist policies that have so far prevented developing countries from being able to move into developed countries. The State of Oman is an inspiration for the kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the policy of Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) which change the direction of state policy on hospitality services for pilgrims Umroh and Hajj. The oman state also has been a country that focuses its main income on petroleum to calculate all its petroleum assets which are then sold in the form of Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) to change the country's policy on tourism hospitality activities. This research will explain SWFs in terms of definition, history and concept, then we will see the application of SWFs in oman countries that have been going on since 2010. The implementation strategy of SWFs in Indonesia certainly requires courage from the Indonesian government because the presence of rare mineral content in this country is certainly very needed for high-tech materials in developed countries in the world. Indonesia is very likely to implement SWFs and can become developed countries with a model of applying SWFs on rare earth minerals owned by Indonesia, which are entirely in this country.
Iswahyu Pranawukir, Agus Hitopa Sukma
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP), Volume 3, pp 22-32; doi:10.33474/jisop.v3i1.9000

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The research aims to determine the Dompet Dhuafa Foundation's CSR strategy in building brand differentiation through the establishment of the Smart Ekselensia Republika school. It also concerns the dynamics of the Dompet Dhuafa Foundation's business paradigm which focuses on CSR programs to form brand differentiation. This type of research is case study with a qualitative descriptive method. It aims to describe the establishment of a school accompanied by an explanation of the process of occurrence, development and changes in various aspects of the dynamics of its CSR. Thus, there are peculiarities of cases which the researcher describes descriptively based on dynamic and contextual chronology. The results showed that the Dompet Dhuafa Foundation's CSR strategy in building brand differentiation is based on social awareness, that business contributions are social benefits; economic awareness, that the maximum profit from business is the maximum benefit in increasing charity in society; and legal awareness, that justice efforts that have been criticized by the pudblic can be maximally fulfilled because the efforts being carried out have a segment of the dhuafa. Differentiation is an achievement that combines the shared value business context in the three intelligences. Intellectual intelligence is proven in the provision of education, emotional intelligence by building social service businesses for the poor, as well as spiritual intelligence with the principles of trust, worship and Islam. So, business differentiation is a business that presents God in its operations.
Darynaufal Mulyaman, Achmad Ismail, Nadya Carollina, Morry Zefanya
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP), Volume 3, pp 33-42; doi:10.33474/jisop.v3i1.9248

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In the globalized age, freedom in capital and workforce movement, self expression, and information openness become vital, including in Asian countries like Indonesia and South Korea. Thus innovation and creativity have become an important key in recent eras. New kinds of innovation and creativity that are established by Asian countries sometimes are nostalgic policies by the previous regime of the government. Therefore, Indonesia still comes up with a kind of centralistic governance and planning with a twist of free and liberal market policy, a developmental style of New Order governance to some extent. Hence, why is developmentalism in Indonesia still relevant? Even when there are shifts in the regimes and globalization process of the world. This paper argues that the policy series that has been initiated in Indonesia under President Joko Widodo is still part of developmentalism because of the historical and political context in a broader sense on developmentalism, therefore still relevant in Indonesia. This paper also uses the South Korean case of current policy under President Moon Jae-In to compare and assign Indonesian developmentalism relevancy as South Korea can be seen as one of the successful examples of developmentalism yet liberal country.
Bewa Dangu Wole, Cahyo Sasmito, Anisa Purwaningsih
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP), Volume 3, pp 58-67; doi:10.33474/jisop.v3i1.9344

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To realize good governance is inseparable from community participation, the government initiated a concept of smart city implementation. Smart city is a form of structuring and managing the City using technology-based resources. Batu City Government, the term smart city was changed to Batu Among Tani Teknologi. The purpose of the research is to analyze smart city policies in Among Tani to increase community participation in order to realize good governance in batu city government, to know the supporting factors and inhibitions and to know the smart city policy analysis model. The method in this research is qualitative research approach of literature study using secondary data derived from books, journals, and other scientific critical studies coming from institutions according to the focus of research topics. The results of the research obtained are the application among farmers in Batu city community participation is increasing because farmers can market agricultural products and survive the practice of middlemen, consult and report complaints on the application Among Farmers and also farmers empowered through farmer groups. Not only farmers who use the application, the general public as buyers have also used Among Tani. The supporting factor of smart city policy in Among Tani is the organization of farmers who are empowered in farmer groups so that the needs of the people of Batu city the results of agriculture are fulfilled. The inhibition factor is the lack of evenly distributed socialization of the government so that there are still many people who do not understand what smart city is and the presence of farmers lose the motivation of farming that results in agricultural land being switched because of the lack of protection from the government.
Ahmad Siboy
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP), Volume 3, pp 81-90; doi:10.33474/jisop.v3i1.9716

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The pattern of political party coalitions that fluctuate ahead of the general election indicates that the coalitions are not built based on substantial interests but pragmatic interests. As a result, the status of each party becomes unclear, which one acts on the side of the government and which one acts as the opposition. This study aims to discuss the options of permanent coalition patterns that can be applied. The research problem of this study was “What is the permanent coalition design that can be applied in the Indonesian government system?”. This study used normative legal research with statutory, conceptual, and case-study approaches. The results indicated that a permanent coalition is needed to strengthen the coalition pattern of political parties as a support for the Indonesian government system. The permanent coalition design that can be applied is a two-pole model, in which there will only two coalition groups of political parties: parties supporting the government and parties opposing the government. This two-pole model can be balanced in terms of the power between a coalition of government parties and a coalition of opposition parties. Another design that can be adopted is the coalitions which are established based on the similarity of the ideology of each political party.
Anastacia Patricia Novlina Nurak, Sri Budi Eko Wardani
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP), Volume 3, pp 1-9; doi:10.33474/jisop.v3i1.9218

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This research aims to explain about conflict between Sikka’s Local Leader and the Local Legislative Assembly (DPRD) in preparation of Local Government Budget (APBD) for term 2019 year. Sikka regencies is one of district that led by candidate from independent line. Fransiskus Roberto Diogo, (Roby Idong) and Romanus Woga won the District Election Head at 2018 without any party nor coalition. Problem arise when Local Leaders and members of Local Legislative Assembly did not reach mutual agreement about house and communication allowance budget. This research uses qualitative methods with primary data sourced from in-depth interviews with all parties in the conflict. This research used Maswadi Rauf's conflict theory, which is classified based on the results of research by Mark and Synder. In addition, it is known that there are conflicting interests between Local Leader and Local Legislative Assembly about budgeting. Meanwhile, Local Leader in Sikka aim to control Local Legislative Assembly with negative issue about marking up budget of house and transportation allowances, but thus assembly obtain to increase the budgeting for their right.
Rezzi Nanda Barizki, Mayang Riyantie
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik (JISoP), Volume 3, pp 68-80; doi:10.33474/jisop.v3i1.9016

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The aim of this research is to know the construction of the reality of the reporting on the integrity of the KPK from the framing of online media Kompas.com and Detik.com. The paradigm used is constructivist, with the Entman’s framing analysis method, which means that it is preceded by the assumption that reality tends to have multiple faces (multiple reality). Therefore, this research will have a theoretical contribution to the public's understanding about the construction of mass media reality, and public awareness that the aspects of corruption prevention must be started by the actors of KPK itself (the issue of integrity), as well as for strengthening the anti-graft institution. The results showed that the reality construction formed by excellent reputation media such as Kompas.com and Detik.com will gain high public trust, especially in disclosing information on important state institutions, such as KPK. The similarity construction is related to the public criticism and demand about the existence of KPK as Supervisory Board; on the contrary, it oftentimes still stained by the violation allegation of the ethical code of its leaders. Moreover, there was internal conflict, decreased performance and public pessimism. As for the difference, Kompas.com built a positive image by the KPK's actions in overseeing state institutions and investigating several cases, while Detik.com delivered content on sympathetic social action, coordination with regional leaders, appreciation for the existence of KPK by a popular state figure.
M. Rizki Pratama
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik, Volume 2, pp 169-179; doi:10.33474/jisop.v2i2.6650

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This study explains the trajectory of public administration (PA) time to time. Public Administration has experienced many significant developments since the writing of the study of administration by Wilson in 1887. Starting from the identity crisis, the re-recognition of the study of public administration to the emergence of new public administration was increasingly growing when the new public management was introduced. The journey of PA has found its own way as a science that must be interpreted as a science that cannot stand alone but has its own character, especially how to look at the affairs of the public sector or everything related to the public in general. PA is not a science that has no clear boundaries or has a high degree of blurring. As long as the criticism shows the dynamics that actually employs PA studies instead of shutting down PA studies themselves. PA experiences patterns from the past to the future can be conceptualized into an PA trajectory. This trajectory certainly cannot be considered full and absolute effect, of course there are several loopholes and really in need to be criticized. The development and change of the PA study has reached an encouraging stage when in the current era the PA study has been considered as a tool to achieve a better society and country life, if the government is considered bad government then the PA is used as a guide to reform as well as being used to review current government performance through various kinds of PA theories that already exist.
Rispa Ngindana, Langgeng Rachmatullah Putra, Rinaldo Albertus
Jurnal Inovasi Ilmu Sosial dan Politik, Volume 2, pp 152-159; doi:10.33474/jisop.v2i2.6726

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The implementation of higher education management system in public universities is not new anymore, but every challenge of innovation developed has always been a new problem for college maintainers. This research aims to analyse the implementation of education management system, and control system of educational system of education in higher education environment, especially State University and developing alternative model of coordination system in implementing higher education management system. The research methods used are qualitative research with case study approaches. The research location is determined based on purposive sample method. The results of the study showed that control system in implementing the management system of higher education in Brawijaya University involves several systems and actions as follows: 1) quality assurance system; 2) work properly; 3) Customer satisfaction guarantee; 4) Pay attention to and record stakeholders ' complaints; 5) management based on facts; 6) Continuous improvement.
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