Journal La Sociale

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ISSN / EISSN : 2721-0960 / 2721-0847
Current Publisher: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
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Djamila Podungge, Imam Mashudi, Karlina Napu
Published: 21 November 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 27-32; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i4.143

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This study aims to analyze the Model Apart Civil Servant Performance Assessment System (SIRANSIJA) in the Gorontalo Province Education and Training Agency. This research method uses a survey method with data collection techniques are observation, interview and literature study. The data analysis technique was carried out through the process of data reduction, data presentation and conclusion. The results of this study are the results of this study are the Performance Appraisal System for Civil Service State Apparatus (SIRANSIJA) at the Gorontalo Province Education and Training Agency based on the Governor Regulation (PERGUB) No. 50 of 2016 which is then implemented through the SIRANSIJA application with the indicators being Integrity, Work Ethic and Mutual Cooperation. The implementation of this Assessment System is also regulated by principles that are objective, measurable, accountable, participatory, and transparency. The conclusion in this study is that the implementation of SIRANSIJA based on Gorontalo Governor Regulation Number 50 of 2016 in terms of the discipline of the State Civil Apparatus (ASN) has been effective in optimizing attendance, but in terms of ASN performance, it still needs a lot of improvement.
Siskawaty Yahya, Imam Mashudi, Djamila Podungge
Published: 21 November 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 33-37; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i4.186

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This research aims to see the mapping of the traits and skills of leadership of private universities in Gorontalo City in Era 4.0. This research method uses qualitative research with data analysis techniques using the Interactive Analysis model from Miles and Hiberman. The results of this study reveal that the quality of leadership that must be possessed by PTS in Gorontalo City is integrity, while for the skills that must be possessed by the Leaders of Private Universities (PTS) in Gorontalo City are technical skills. The results of this study. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that the nature of skills that is the factor for the success of the leadership of private universities in Gorontalo City in Era 4.0 is integrity. Meanwhile, leadership skills of private universities in Gorontalo City are more likely to be technical leadership. Thus, it is hoped that the Leadership must be able to adapt to the current conditions, in the era of all digitalization, must be able to take advantage of the available IT and it is necessary to maintain and maintain a noble character as a noble image of leadership.
Tri Taruna F, Putu Arya Wibisana
Published: 30 October 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 1-9; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i5.172

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The demand of the Diaspora for the enactment of dual citizenship has not been fulfilled by the Indonesian Government since the state still subscribes to the principle of “one person one citizenship.”This single citizenship principle has been adhered to since the independence of Indonesia, stemming from the 1945 Constitution as the highest state law, Law no. 3 of 1946 on Citizens and Residents of the State, Law no. 62 of 1958 on the Citizenship of the Republic of Indonesia, up until the Law no. 12 of 2006 as the current Citizenship Law of the Republic of Indonesia, which is currently applicable. In the present, the Government has issued a policy alternative in the form of Indonesian Overseas Card to ensure the civil rights of citizens and foreigners of Indonesian national descent who reside overseas so that they can enjoy facilities in Indonesia. This policy is also intended to revise the validity period for Visit Visa to be applicable for several visits and the period of residence permit, specifically for foreigners who are former citizens of Indonesia and their families, as a means of accommodating the diaspora’s demands. With the issuance of the policy, there is a recognition towards the existence of the Indonesian diaspora overseas as one of the non-state actors for international relations and as agents of change for their homeland.
Diky Efra Hutamawida, Widhiadari Widhiadari, Fitro Rizki Ramadhan, Mirza Julma
Published: 30 October 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 10-18; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i5.173

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This research is about The unclear regulations related to the juridical construction of village-owned enterprises can certainly causing problems in the case of the Village-Owned Enterprises is unable to pay loan or other debts if they experience business losses. This research uses judicial normative research methodology since the research is aimed to evaluate the regulations found in the formal rules and regulations related to the Village Owned Enterprises (BUM Desa) and the company bankruptcy, namely Regulations Number 6 year 2014 regarding the Village and Regulations Number 37 year 2004 regarding Bankruptcy and the Deferral of Obligation Payment Code and connect with responsibility of village head. The research conclusions show that: firstly, BUM Desa is initially a business entity without having the status as a legal entity, but during its development, it might have the status of a legal entity. Secondly, Supervisors can be responsible for bankruptcy of BUM Desa if it is proven that their fault has caused BUM Desa to go bankrupt
Siske Anani, Imam Mashudi, Dini Ariyasanti
Published: 30 October 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 19-23; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i5.170

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This study raised the title of the Analysis of Local Government Implementation Report (LPPD) in Bolaang Mongondow Utara Regency, North Sulawesi Province. The data collection technique was done by interviewing and literature study. The data analysis technique used is the Miles and Huberman model, namely data analysis which is carried out directly and continuously until it is complete, so that the data is saturated. Based on the results of the data research and analysis process carried out, it can be explained that in Article 16 of Government Regulation Number 6 of 2009 which is the implementation of Article 6 paragraph (3) of Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Guidelines for the Evaluation of Regional Government Administration, it is stated that the source of information The main role in implementing the Implications of the Performance Evaluation of Regional Government Administration (EKPPD) is the Regional Government Implementation Report (LPPD). The LPPD itself, as stated in Law Number 32 Year 2005, states that regional heads are required to submit a Regional Government Administration Report (LPPD) to the central government. The scope of the LPPD is divided into matters of decentralization, general duties, and assistance tasks. This is stated in article 2 PP No. 3 of 2007 which contains the LPPD to the government, information on the LPPD to the public, reports on the accountability of the Regional Head to the Regional People's Representative Council (DPRD).
Paul Benedict Inkum, Na Yu, Wu Zhihui
Published: 22 September 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 9-17; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i4.80

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The main purpose of this review paper was to highlight Social Beliefs and Ergonomics on Traditional Seat of Wooden Furniture Review of Related Literature. More specifically, the review of limited literature on traditional seat of wooden furniture in view of ergonomics which characterized the basic structure, safety, functions and aesthetics properties. The paper then provides possible solutions to redesign traditional seats that promote healthier sitting behaviours centered on appropriate configuration of its components. The paper also explores the cross-cultural considerations associated with traditional seat furniture design.
Yoga Khirari Haggai, Erikson Aritonang, Pandini Riata M
Published: 22 September 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 18-25; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i4.137

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This study aims to explain the legal protection for patients during the Covid-19 pandemic and the protection mechanism for patients as consumers. This research used doctrinal research. Basically, health development involves all aspects of life, physical, mental and socio-economic. In the growth of health development so far, there has been a change in orientation, both value ​​and thought, especially regarding effort to solve problem in the health sector which are influenced by politic, economic, socio-cultural, defence and security as well as science and technology. The change of orientation will affect the implementation process of health development. Health development, which is basically the responsibility of the state, becomes very important because the private sector also participates in creating a product in the health sector. This society is generally referred to as consumer. Indonesia and all over the world are currently in a pandemic of the Covid-19 virus, where the virus is spreading so fast. Not yet found anti-virus against this virus, the only way is that everyone is obliged to maintain immunity in the body. But it is very unfair for other patients, currently the focus of medical personnel and hospital is to deal with the Covid-19 outbreak, so that the rights of other patients cannot be fulfilled.
Sonya Liani Ramadayanti
Published: 22 September 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 1-8; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i4.131

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This study aims to explain the position of tax debt and labour right in bankruptcy. The legal research method used in this research using normative research, the legal rules and legal principles used related to bankruptcy law, tax law and labour law will be a reference in describing the problem of the position of tax debt and labour right in bankruptcy cases. The Taxation Law gives a special treatment and higher position on which the tax debt is first to be paid by the debtor and followed by the right borne by the separatist creditor. On the other hand, Law Number 13 of 2003 concerning Employment also regulates that the labour of the wages and other rights of the labour and positioned the labour as preferred creditor on which the privilege is given by the law. However, there are no statements in the Employment Law that stated the position of labour as a preferred creditor is higher than separatist creditor in the matter of bankrupt as what the Taxation Kaw expressed creditor is higher than the separatist creditor within the matter of tax payment. That distinction seems positioned the preferred creditor status of labour is lower than the position of separatist creditor on the matter of right fulfillment in bankruptcy. It is certainty that the statement which stated that the collection of tax debts have the right to preceded than other debts does not fit in this matter. Eventually, there is a decision of Constitutional Court Number 67/PUU-XI/2013 that provides a change within the position labour’s right on the matter of bankruptcy.
Shambel Tufa Telila
Published: 14 September 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 34-44; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i3.136

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The intention of this paper is to investigate the impact of the rapid growth of urbanization and urbanism in Eastern Ethiopia, challenges and prospects. The researcher used qualitative research approaches and primary and secondary data collection methods that largely include observations, focus group discussion s, interviews. These are the principal methods to look into the etic view of the community under investigation. The paper employs only a qualitative research method to examine the scenario of the impact of rapid urban expansion and challenges and prospects in this study. The empirical studies indicated that the urbanization process causes the dismantling of the immediate rural community and the cause of land grabbing from these societies. Therefore, this study utilizes to study the challenges and prospects of urbanization on the surrounding community immediately adjacent to urban areas. A number of studies indicated that urbanization causes both challenges and prospects in the area where the urbanization process is taking place. Nevertheless, the challenges and prospects of the urbanization on immediate to adjacent communities living in trouble and irritating for their future life. The standard this research finding disclosed that the living condition of the poor urban dwellers and community adjacent to urban areas who were not secured and stable. Even though they got some opportunities such as access to schooling social services markets and access to some important materials for survival. Still, th ese communities are challenged by the alarming rate growth urbanization that evoked impacts on the overall living patterns of these communities.
Ismet Hadi, Upik Dyah Eka Noviyanti, Irwansyah Reza Mohamad, Mohamad Ilyas Abas
Published: 9 September 2020
Journal La Sociale, Volume 1, pp 24-33; doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v1i3.130

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Accessibility is the facilities provided for persons with disabilities to realize equality and opportunity and all aspects of life and livelihood as ease of moving through and using buildings and the environment with due regard to fluency and feasibility. The purpose of this study was to determine the Gorontalo District regional government policy in implementing the Act relating to the accessibility of the needs of persons with disabilities. Particularly on the accessibility of persons with disabilities to government agencies in Gorontalo District based on Law No. 8 of 2016 concerning Persons with Disabilities and universal design principles implemented in Ministerial Regulation No. 14 of 2017 concerning Building Easiness Requirements. This research uses a normative a juridical type of research with a juridical empirical approach. The results showed that (1). Implementation of Law No. 8 of 2016 concerning Persons with Disabilities in Gorontalo Regency has not been implemented optimally (2). Obstacles found in government agencies in the Gorontalo District environment include government buildings not yet accessible for persons with disabilities. This means that the facilities provided do not meet the universal design principles of ease, usefulness, safety, and independence. The absence of regulations in the form of Regional Regulations and Regents as a legal umbrella related to the standard facilities and services that must be provided for persons with disabilities, and the lack of local budgets for the development and construction of facilities related to the accessibility of persons with disabilities.
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