Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study

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EISSN : 2708-969X
Published by: Asian Multicultural Research Study (10.47616)
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Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i4.187

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This study explored the effect of active learning on developing imagination skills among students with learning disabilities in English language in Irbid city, Jordan. The study used the experimental approach and was applied to a sample of 60 female and male students, who were chosen purposefully. The sample was divided into two groups, an experimental, which was taught using the active learning method, and a control group, which was taught according to the traditional method. The results revealed the existence of significant differences between the performance of the experimental group and the control group on the post-imagination test in favor of the experimental group. The findings also showed statistically significant differences between the scores of the two study groups on the post-imagination test due to the gender variable, and the difference was in favor of males. In light of the findings of the study, the researcher recommended preparing training programs on active learning and preparing a guide for teachers, which can be used to teach and learn reading, writing, and imagination skills in the basic stage.
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 9-18; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i4.189

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This study investigated the attitudes of teachers of learning disabilities in English toward the use of virtual classrooms and e-learning in teaching writing skills to students with learning disabilities. The study adopted the descriptive approach and was applied to a sample of 65 teachers from Irbid city, Jordan. A questionnaire was developed to achieve this purpose after being checked for validity and reliability. The results showed that teachers’ attitudes toward virtual classes varied between high and moderate. For the realm of e-learning in general, the attitudes were high while for the realm of the effect of virtual classes in teaching writing skills were moderate. The study recommended providing intensive training to teachers of LDs in English language on the usages of e-learning and supporting teachers and students with the appropriate tools
Anirwan Anirwan, Muhammad Akmal Ibrahim, Hasniati Hasniati, Suryadi Lambali
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 33-39; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i3.174

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The implementation of poverty reduction policies in Makassar City is still reaping many problems. Various poverty reduction programs launched by the government have not been able to eradicate poverty effectively. In the implementation of these various poverty reduction programs, the response of the target group tends to be negative, causing fragmentation at the level of implementation. Therefore, this study aims to identify and analyze the process of implementing poverty reduction policies in Makassar City from the perspective of group behavior. The research method used is a qualitative method with data collection techniques through in-depth interviews, field observations, and review of poverty documents. The research data were analyzed by qualitative analysis. The results show that the community is basically very responsive to the existence of poverty reduction policies in the form of multi-purpose social security assistance distributed by the Makassar City Social Service because some of them feel helped by the assistance, but some also feel that the policies are not well targeted due to incomplete data collection. equitable and fair. The inaccuracy of policy targets (assistance for beneficiaries) for the poor causes social jealousy in the community which has an impact on street level publicity and policy performance so that it does not significantly reduce poverty in Makassar City.
Andi Rasyid Pananrangi, Nurkaidah Nurkaidah
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 47-60; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i3.160

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This study aims to analyze the Strategy of Applying Bureaucratic Ethics in Providing Business License Services at the Makassar City BPTPM Office. This research method uses a qualitative research approach. Primary data were obtained by researchers through in-depth interviews with informants, observations in the object of research, and document searches at the Makassar City BPTPM. The results showed that the strategy of implementing bureaucratic ethics in the provision of business license services in Makassar City with the results showing that the registration of business licenses with the online system was considered adequate and in terms of quality it was concluded that it was inadequate for the licensing service process. which is programmed by the government with what the community expects, and on time services in business license services, no apparatus shows adequate achievements. The strategy for implementing BPTPM bureaucratic ethics is expected to be able to respond quickly to people who need licensing management services.
Jounadi Kaseem, Aish Zhain, Kduoh Al Deen
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 25-32; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i3.169

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This study discusses political communication and cultural approach in handling the Covid-19 pandemic. Existing cases are taken into account along in the discussion of this paper to illustrate how measures like communication by political figure influence the Covid-19 mitigation. The cultural relevance of the COVID-19 community engagement message is critical to its effectiveness. Culture-insensitive communication may be seen in the COVID-19 case study as well as in the Ebola information being communicated. It is nevertheless important to recognize that a culture's collection of signals regarding life experience may range from positive behaviours that should be promoted to negative practices that should be addressed
Irfan Yahya, M Tahir Kasnawi, Suparman Abdullah, Hasbi Hasbi
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 18-24; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i3.170

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The values of the Systematic of Revelation as the basic -/pattern according to what the Hidayatullah - understands, believes, and practices in carrying out the process of social creation of a miniature Islamic Civilization are the topic of this study. The purpose of this research is to examine the process of externalizing Systematic Wahyu ideals like the Hidayatullah -' - in carrying out social construction activities in a tiny Islamic civilisation. This research looks at the reality of the Hidayatullah - congregation's consciousness, which reveals things about reality and the interpretation of the Systematic of Revelation as a -/archetype that is employed as a social construction reference. The process of externalizing the values of Systematic Revelation is a conscious, structured, and systematic effort by Hidayatullah actors to create humans as abdullah (servants of Allah) and caliph (representatives) of Allah SWT on earth, based on revelation's guidance, in order to build Islamic civilization. The Islamic boarding School Campus is employed as a model of Islamic civilisation, with all cadres, members of the congregation, and their students demonstrating faith in all parts of everyday life. Internalized Hidayatullah players objected to the values that are consistently presented and then generate cadres capable of providing enormous advantages to society. This corresponds to Berger's notion that human selfhood cannot possibly remain silent within itself, in a closed sphere, before moving outside to express itself in the world around it. Externalization is essentially what human selfhood is accomplishing.
Gracia Gegajo
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 1-17; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i3.149

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A group of Filipino seminarians (experimental group) had an intervention of Positive thoughts enhancement and Interpersonal skills developed by the researcher (11 modules) tailored fit for a Filipino culture seminarians and another group of Filipino seminarians (controlled group) had a normal setting lecture of formation. A pre-test and posttest of the seminarians’ psychosocial development with a Psychosocial Development measurement tool (The Modified Erikson Psychosocial Stage Inventory - MEPSI) was used to find out if there was an efficacy of the intervention. The posttest result of the experimental group was significantly higher than those of the control group which indicated that the intervention program (Positive Affirmation Skills Intervention – (PASI) was effective on the Psychosocial Development of the Seminarians. An incremental increase in the scores of the experimental group after exposure in the intervention and the participants in the experimental group experienced not only an enhancement of their psychosocial development attributes but had a high level of self-depth as compared to the control group which made an impact on their psychosocial development characteristics and attributes.
Lalu Wiresapta Karyadi, Ridwan Ridwan, Nuning Juniarsih
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 18-29; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i3.167

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This study aims to uncover and explain the meaning of change (development) for local communities, behavioral changes that occur in local communities, and what are the ideal expectations of local communities after the Batu Hijau mining company took place. This study uses qualitative methods and data collection by: in-depth interviews, involved observation and review of relevant documents. Data analysis used an interactive model and the validity of the data was controlled by triangulation. The results of the study show: (1) the local community interprets change as an improvement in living standards while maintaining the values and norms that have been adopted. (2) The presence of the Batu Hijau mining company has led to a transformation of the social behavior of the local community in general but not to the point of eliminating the basic principles of behavior originating from religious values and local traditions. The indications are: 1) the traditional knowledge system (indegenous knowledge) is not used as much in the decision to behave as before 2) the local value system and norms are reduced in their binding power and embracing power to the younger generation, 3) the social behavior and orientation of the cultural values of the local community has reflected the community. open and economically oriented. (3) The ideal hope of the local community is the realization of an environmental conservation system, the availability of job opportunities and business opportunities that become a vehicle for community interaction and the realization of the former mining area as an educational tourism area based on sustainable forest ecology.
Serach Heipakhon, Telaphon Seruchart, Do Somphorn
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 40-46; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i3.168

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The purpose of the study to ensuring legal certainty and order in the operation of buildings, each building must comply with the administrative and technical requirements of the building, and all work must be completed in a timely manner. There is always an apparent struggle over whether to take a position in favor of the environment or not. It is essential to exercise extreme caution in order to avert the potential of even higher losses to humanity. This study considered scenarios that may be faced by a variety of different administrations
Andry Wijaya, Suparman Abdullah, Rahmad Muhammad
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, Volume 2, pp 70-80; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i2.155

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One of the global developments that is fast and has quite an impact on the pattern of people's lives is developments in the field of technology and information, namely through the internet. YouTube has become an internet media that is in demand by various audiences around the world. Disbursing youtube adsense is fairly complicated, but the work as a youtuber is currently in great demand by Millennials. Youtuber is a new job that is synonymous with Millennials in this 4.0 industrial era. This study aims to determine the use of social capital trust by youtubers in increasing popularity, as well as to determine the use of social capital linking youtubers in increasing popularity. This study uses a qualitative approach, with informants namely millennial youtubers who live in the city of Makassar. Data collection techniques through observation, interviews and documentation, with data analysis techniques using: data reduction, data presentation and drawing conclusions and verification. The results of the study show that trust social capital is widely used by youtubers to increase their popularity, in this case increasing the number of subscribers and viewers on their youtube channel. Many YouTubers use social capital linking or networks to increase the number of subscribers and viewers. The social capital of the network used is by utilizing the friendship and community of YouTubers in the process of designing content, taking videos, editing to uploading videos and socializing YouTube channels in order to minimize the cost of managing YouTube channels for YouTubers
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