Journal La Sociale

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ISSN / EISSN : 2721-0960 / 2721-0847
Current Publisher: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
Total articles ≅ 39
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Kabita Maharjan, Deepak Chaudhary
Published: 5 January 2021
Journal La Sociale, Volume 2, pp 10-17; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i1.251

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The Covid-19 has drawn a new debate on the issue of food security and nutrition. The literature suggests a positive relationship between food security and nutrition. For low-income countries, access to nutritious food has been challenging. Literature reveals that Nepal faces poor food security and nutrition for decades and this issue has been more surfaced after the Covid-19. This paper explores the prospect of food security along with nutrition based on secondary data and reviews. Food security has been associated with the production, stock, access, and utilization. The utilization normally refers to the use of varieties of nutrition for the human body that is related to the immunity system. Agriculture is the prime occupation of the country as the two-third population depends on agriculture for livelihood. However, the subsistence form of agriculture has been dominated. Due to the lack of agricultural production, Nepal faces poor nutrition and faces mal-nutrition problems. Many of the districts in the western and far-western hilly regions of the country have been faced with food scarcity and malnutrition has become a common phenomenon. Moreover, Covid 19 has further highlighted the issue of food security and nutrition. As the Covid-19 is related to immunity power and its association is with nutritious food is crucial. The policy of the government has prioritized from grass root level to eliminate hunger and malnutrition though there are still challenges.
Imam Muhaji
Published: 5 January 2021
Journal La Sociale, Volume 2, pp 48-52; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i1.306

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Indonesian citizens must have the ability to access appropriate health care and facilities. Rural regions, on the other hand, suffer from a lack of resources and infrastructure owing to a variety of reasons. This village's health situation is clearly not in compliance with the existing health regulations. As a result, scholars are involved in examining federal efforts linked to health legislation to enhance health care and infrastructure in remote communities. This paper employs the secondary data approach as well as literature analysis. According to the findings, certain regions do not have enough health care and infrastructure. The government has made efforts to develop these health services and facilities so far; nevertheless, these efforts are insufficient, and further effort is needed so that all rural communities will benefit from the outcomes.
Fitri Andriana, Slamet Sampurno Soewondo, Sabir Alwi
Published: 5 January 2021
Journal La Sociale, Volume 2, pp 1-9; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i1.259

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This study aims to identify and analyze the legal protection arrangements for midwives who work in the Poskesdes (Village Health Post) Majene Regency as well as the forms of implementation of legal protection for midwives who work in the poskesdes. The research method used is empirical research. The research location is in Majene Regency with a total sample of 41 poskesdes with regular categories spread over 8 districts, the types and sources of legal materials used are primary and secondary legal materials. Collection techniques through interviews, direct observation and literature study and then analyzed qualitatively and described to describe, describe and explain the results of the research. The author concludes that the implementation of health services at the poskesdes has not provided legal protection to midwives because midwives still carry out services that are not their authority and competence as a midwife. The implementation of legal protection through the delegation of authority is not in accordance with the regulations, the existing Standard Operating Procedures are not in accordance with the conditions of the Poskesdes facilities and the guidance and supervision system for midwives has not been maximally implemented.
Ferry Eka Rachman
Published: 5 January 2021
Journal La Sociale, Volume 2, pp 18-24; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i1.264

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This research aims to find out legal protection against foreigners and citizens who lives outside their nationality country. In discussing the issue of international legal protection against foreigners, a doctrinal approach and international court practice is used. From the opinion of international legal experts, it will be found legal principles and theories regarding the position of individuals as subjects of international law. The principles of citizenship are the main basis for the application of the principle of jurisdiction and country responsibility towards its citizens and foreigners.The results are, In principle, every country will be responsible for providing legal protection to every citizen of the country wherever he/she is and foreigners will receive legal protection, under certain limitations, both from the country where he/she is temporarily located and from the country of origin. Thus, a person's citizenship status is closely related to the protection of international law that will be given to him/her, against him/her, his/her property and family. The application of the principle of state responsibility against citizens abroad or foreigners is based more on the principle of state sovereignty. A sovereign state will apply its national laws to its citizens within its territorial boundaries. Apart from that what applies is legal provisions of other countries or provisions of international law.
Rizky Nurlailatul Wachidah
Published: 5 January 2021
Journal La Sociale, Volume 2, pp 40-47; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i1.305

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The purpose of this article is to investigate the legal responses to botched abortions. the main characteristics of this style of study are normative juridical, with a combination of a philosophical framework and legislation Following the outcome of the abortion attempt, Article 53 of the Criminal Code was violated, along with those who assisted in the procedure and those who were victimized. Should an abortion result in the baby's death under article 346, 347, 348, and 349 of the Criminal Code Criminals may commit the crimes individually or in tandem. Hence, they are justly prosecuted, so that they can be designated as criminals or assistants. Article 50 was developed in response to failures by the abortion business; and it can't be penalized unless done in compliance with technical and organizational quality procedures. In general, you do not need a permit to use emergency measures. This does not extend to abortions carried out on the basis of medical emergencies except during counselling prior to and during the act of abortion in compliance with Article 75 of Law No. 36 of 2009.
Pham Hoang
Published: 5 January 2021
Journal La Sociale, Volume 2, pp 25-30; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i1.294

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The purpose of this article is to describe the capacity and role of WHO in dealing with the spread of COVID-19 and to discuss in-depth articles at the stages of policy implementation that specifically discuss the WHO protocol that is applied in dealing with the spread of Covid-19. The implementation of the policy to handle the spread of COVID-19 considers various aspects not only health but also the economic and social impacts resulting from government decision making. In addition, response measures are implemented through the Acceleration of COVID-19 Handling task which is part of the formation of structures, structure is one of the aspects that are considered in Edward III's implementation theory besides communication, resources and disposition because the presence of a structure helps implement policies has a significant effect. on policy implementation. The support of all elements of the government, the private sector in compliance with government and WHO instructions, especially regarding social distancing and physical distancing, will have a big impact in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Inensa Khoirul Harap
Published: 5 January 2021
Journal La Sociale, Volume 2, pp 31-39; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i1.304

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Awareness of risks may be interpreted as a patient's approval in the context of submitting the doctor's schedule with the necessary details for making an appointment or an informed refuse. Prior to signing the consent document, the agreement, the prospective student already confirmed that she understood the terms and conditions. to let the patient understand anything before doing it, and when making the judgment, the patient should make the most of any of an exhaustive information (informed decision). The kinds of studies found in this paper are what lawyers refer to as "normative" studies. The nature of this analysis is informative, and is research that outlines, discusses, illustrates, and analyzes legal rules pertaining to the role of consent in the doctor and patient's relationship. Patients are given the right to know regarding the medical activities, outlined in Regulation Minister of Health (Per) No. 290 on Approval of Medical Actions, prior to accessing treatment. As seen from the standpoint of the idea of unauthorized consent (considered given), the patient-doctor partnership becomes complicated. This issue revolves around the concept of informed consent, which is essentially an assumption that the patient has already agreed to carry out medical procedures with the doctor prior to seeking medical treatment.
Andi Puji Kristanto
Published: 5 January 2021
Journal La Sociale, Volume 2, pp 53-57; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i1.307

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COVID-19 has a profound influence on all aspects of life, especially in the medical field. Services for public health who are not tainted with COVID-19 have similar issues. As a result, the writers want to look at health legislation and how it relates to the status of health care after the COVID-19 pandemic. In this study, qualitative approaches were used for a descriptive methodology. According to the findings of the investigation, COVID-19 has caused significant damage to medical and hospital staff, resulting in numerous problems for health care, especially while coping with COVID-19 patients and patients who are not contaminated with COVID-19. This is obviously in conflict with current health legislation, which recognizes health as one of the most fundamental human needs and has newly been granted statutory protection. The government has formulated numerous strategies in this regard so that this fundamental right can be battled for even throughout the pandemic.
Siti Romlah, Salma Zavira, Khansa Muafa
Published: 4 December 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 24-30; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i6.187

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The aim of this research is to analyze progressive legal theory in law enforcement in Indonesia. This research used a normative research method by examining library materials regarding the Implementation of Progressive Legal Theory in Law Enforcement in Indonesia. The approach in this research was a statute approach and a conceptual approach. Normative research used 2 types of legal materials, namely primary and secondary legal materials. The technique of collecting legal materials in this research used written techniques or commonly referred to as library research. Legal materials analyzed using the Conceptual Analyzer. The research result obtained was a fundamental ideology in Progressive Legal Theory according to Prof. Sadjipto Raharjo is achieving broad justice for society. When the justice produced by positive law only produces benefits for certain individuals and groups, law enforcement officials are required to think philosophically to carry out liberations in knowledge, theorizing, and practice. Thus it can be concluded that in the implementation of Progressive Legal Theory in Indonesia, it would be wise to start with the development of the rule of law. Progressive legal also has similarities with sociological jurisprudence in terms of focus on legal studies which do not only see law as written rules.
Franky Sumarlie
Published: 4 December 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 1-7; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i6.178

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The development of medical action not only in clinics, but also in beauty clinics, requires a standard regarding informed consent. This study used 2 problem formulations, namely: 1. The essence of Informed Consent, 2.Informed Consent in Aesthetic Beauty Actions. This study used a Statue Approach, and a Conceptual Approach. The result of this study was that Informed Consent should be a process from the doctor explaining the action until the patient accepts/rejects the action, either in oral or written form. In practice, medical action for beauty at Aesthetic Beauty Clinic was carried out in accordance with professional standard and standard operating procedures. The relationship that arises between the doctor and the patient is called a therapeutic agreement. In this agreement, an approval for a medical action that is given by the patient appears as a form of approval for aesthetic beauty medicine action which is initiated by an offer of the doctor.
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