Journal La Sociale

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ISSN / EISSN : 27210960 / 27210847
Current Publisher: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
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Junaedi Junaedi
Published: 20 June 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 5-9; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i3.110

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This article discusses the implementation of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) in the Field of Securing Plantation Assets, especially at PT Perkebunan Nusantara (PTPN) IV. Good Corporate Governance (GCG) in the area of ​​securing assets in PTPN IV can be measured by the three elements of the legal system, namely: the legal substance (the Forestry Law); its legal structure (Law Enforcement Officials: Forestry and Police PPNS); corporate legal culture. The three systems are interrelated with one another. Systemic law enforcement efforts must pay attention to the elements of the legal system because it is the essence of law enforcement. the findings in the field of plantation crime mode are massive and organized. With regard to theft of oil palm, many people believe that it is often carried out by oil palm ninja (simple crime), but in reality theft by "oil palm ninja" is about 10% to 15% only. In reality, there is an oil palm mafia operating in PTPN IV's estates which holds 85% of these oil thieves. 90% organized / serious crime. The criminal act of theft and embezzlement of oil palm FFB (Fresh fruit bunches) in the PTPN IV area is massive and can be categorized as very critical.
Mezgebu Bayu Bezabih
Published: 20 June 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 1-4; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i3.104

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The main purpose of this study was to examine situations of human trafficking with particular reference to South Wollo zone, Amhara regional state. Crosse sectional research design was applied and 40 Participants were took part in the study using availability sampling technique .This means those who were available at agar Ethiopia refugee’s camp during the time of data collection were inculcated into the study. The required data was collected through questionnaire and interview and then data was analyzed by using both quantitative methods such as one sample t-test and percentage as well as qualitative methods like thematic analysis. The finding of this study in on one sample t- test revealed that, the status of human trafficking, in the sample zone is high; there is increment of migration of Amhara dwellers from their native area to Areb countries. The root causes for the outbreak of human trafficking is linked with economic reason, be fool of brokers, inappropriate contestation among parents who live in the same geographical area. In line with the consequences of human trafficking, the trafficked have encountered different challenges such as exploitation of money for brokers, rape by brokers as well as paymasters as well their relatives and assassination too. Among these, rape is the most common one that the majority of trafficked are faced.
Ramesh Prasad Adhikary
Published: 19 May 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 33-40; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i2.93

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The present research paper is the extensive analyses of Ali Smith’s seminal novel Girl Meets Boy by applying Queer Theory as a tool. As a qualitative research, this paper is the study of queer behavior of characters of the fiction which questions over the established heterosexual social conceptions. The authoritative concept of heterosexual bond has been challenged with the idea of queerness or homosexual bond. The character Anthea and Robin cross the social life of heterosexuality and got the freedom physically and sexually in their lesbian love. As revolutionary characters, they question over the dominant narrative of heterosexuality and create a new test for readers. This fiction portrays the myth of sexual minorities in a new way. Their sexual behavior portrays shifting notion of sexuality because of awareness of gender biasness. It also proves that the identity is cultural construct and the characters have created distinct identity going against the so called socially established sexual behaviours.
Syeda Sadia Afzal
Published: 19 May 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 27-32; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i2.92

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Jewelry’s anecdotes have been growing up since kingdom times. Getting acceptation day by day, women are using jewelry cutturely, etiquette generation and acquiesce. Passion of jewelry in women has trending now a days, another trending of young generation to become more attractive and beautiful with the help of jewelry. Everyone use jewelry for their capacity like, Diamon, Gold, Silver, Pearls and other materials. Time is changed and the importance of jewelry has been increased, Gold and Silver’s values are different but getting expensive of Gold other material take place here some other introduction of jewelry.
Ramesh Prasad Adhikary
Published: 1 May 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 17-26; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i2.89

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This research paper is focused on how Willa Cather portrays the inner rebellion and the passion of a female character, Marian Forrester in her novel A Lost Lady. She walks against the social norms and she is presented as a rigid character who dismantles the male created hierarchy woman as a subordinate being in the society. Though she is married and living happily with her husband, somewhere deep down in her heart she is not happy with her husband. Marian seems to transcend her husband’s order. At that time female were not allowed to enjoy their freedom like the males. Marian goes against male hegemony and to create her separate identity. As a qualitative research, by using radical feminism as a tool of interpretation, the researcher collected textual evidenced from Cather’s novel and interpreted them to fulfill the objective of this research. This research concludes that Cather’s Marian has dismantled the social hierarchy created by the male superiority or patriarchy in the novel.
Junaedi Junaedi
Published: 1 May 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 10-16; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i2.87

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The purpose of this study explains the principle of piercing the governance veil can support the realization of good governance and clean governance in order to prevent the misuse of corruption. The research method is a normative legal method with a statutory approach), concepts and cases. The results of this study can be explained that the principle of piercing the governance veil supports the realization of good governance and clean governance in order to prevent abuse of the power of the authorities (governors / regents / mayors) so as to prevent unlawful acts carried out by the executive as the holder of the people's mandate. The governance veil principle can limit or prevent illegal actions carried out by the government and its staff for personal gain or enrich oneself and its cronies. The conclusion of this study is that due to the legal principles of the governance veil, it can lead to KKN and the occurrence of abuse of authority, resulting in state losses, then criminal penalties based on Law No. 20 of 2001 concerning criminal acts of corruption.
Syamsu Rijal, Syamsidar Syamsidar, Muh. Zainuddin Badollahi
Published: 30 April 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 1-9; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i2.84

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This research is motivated by the phenomenon of pandemic disease outbreaks, treatment or prevention patterns carried out by the Bugis-Makassar community, although they have been equipped with modern knowledge about the handling of disease outbreaks, they still do some ritual outbreaks in which each of these rituals is called Assongka Bala led by a person called Sanro. This study uses a qualitative research method with a descriptive approach to describe the role of Sanro in Assongka Bala rituals, data collection techniques used are interviews and observation. This study aims to: Describe the role of Sanro in the ritual handling of outbreaks in the Bugis-Makassar community. The role of Sanro in Sanro's knowledge of ritual prevention and treatment of disease outbreaks in his community as well as knowledge of ritual management performed so that people who believe in needing a Sanro to lead the ritual. The Bugis-Makassar community, in their practice of life, is related to the social, cultural and handling of disease outbreaks, the community has a belief in the rituals of Assongka Bala which then becomes traditional values ​​that affect their knowledge about handling epidemics and also influences their behavior in maintaining health, namely the behavior system is generally divided into two types, namely in the family environment and customary environment.
Nurul Insani
Published: 6 February 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 25-28; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i1.45

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To make changes in the organization and increase the professionalism of the apparatus it is important to redefine what the organization wants to achieve, build a payroll system that promotes the value of fairness and build organizational structures that allow for rapid decision-making processes. many factors can affect the professionalism of the apparatus, including the organizational culture that arises and crystallizes in bureaucratic traffic, organizational goals, organizational structure, work procedures in bureaucracy, incentive systems. Public service providers must study ethical norms that are universal because they can be used as guidelines for their behavior in providing services to the community.
Ifan Surya Negara
Published: 29 January 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 19-24; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i1.21

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This study aims to determine the social and cultural changes of the community towards health in the Village of Panciro, Gowa Regency. This research method uses a qualitative approach and descriptive type. Data sources of this research are interviews and documentation. Activities in data analysis include data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing. The results showed that traditional treatments or modern treatments can be a comparison in society, but all returned with that choice, in which both have the same goal of treating illness and healing albeit in different ways between the two. There are community norms that are strongly held by the Gowa community where men should not be shaking hands with a woman who is not his mahram (not related by blood), so a woman must be treated by a doctor of the same sex. The Government of Gowa Regency pays attention to the health sector by cutting the administration process to hasten the queue so that this can be a trigger for people to prefer treatment at the hospital rather than traditional medicine.
Akira Yonemoto
Published: 29 January 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 12-18; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i1.20

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Since China's proposal of the “Belt and Road” initiative in 2013, the relationship between China and Southeast Asia has continued to develop. This achievement is inseparable from a large number of overseas Chinese living in Southeast Asia. As an indispensable and unique force to promote the construction of the “Belt and Road”, the Southeast Asians Chinese have played an irreplaceable role: such as support of Chinese culture spreading, building confidence and disambiguation among countries, and economic and trade cooperation. The problems and challenges facing Chinese culture in Southeast Asia are not only related to the development of Chinese society in Southeast Asia but also the current development of Chinese native culture. To overcome the problems and challenges encountered in the process of inheriting Chinese culture in Southeast Asia, we must clearly understand the status of overseas Chinese and the role that overseas Chinese can play to maximize their role and influence as carriers and bridges.
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