International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS)

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EISSN : 2808-1765
Published by: CV. Afdifal Maju Berkah (10.55227)
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Silky Roudhotus Sa’Adah, Budi Eko Soetjipto, Ery Tri Djatmika Rudijanto
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.166

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Wise – consumption can be defined as frugality by using goods sufficiently and not excessive. Wise behavior is the implication of frugal activity concerning available resources distribution. This research aims to describe how to internalize wise – consumption to elementary school children, and to familiarize the children about what good consumption activity is. This research is qualitative research with phenomenological studies approaches in Siraman, Kesamben, Blitar Regency. The subject of this research is 30 families that have elementary school children. Moreover, data analysis used a technique of descriptive qualitative. The research finding shows that internalization can be conducted by exemplary, verbal explanation, and habitual relevant action.
Yudi Hari Rayanto, Supriyo
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.179

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This research was started with a simple research question to find out the effectiveness of ICARE model implemented on teaching Micro Teaching subject whereas it was embedded in online and offline as a lesson plan in Hybrid learning class. In this research, the researcher used a descriptive qualitative research. It meant the researcher joined both the online class and an offline class to observe the real learning activity and for gaining the learners’ score for measuring the effectiveness of ICARE on Micro Teaching subject in a hybrid learning class. The researcher used two instruments they were observation field note and evaluation sheets. Field note observation was held to observe the learning activities in online in 10 while 4 meetings in offline were held through conducting test. Researcher prepared 20 items indicators which were used to obtain the learners’ score based on performance teaching test. The researcher used likert scale for determining the point gained by learners. The result from observation in online learning showed that mostly learners really enjoyed and were enthusiastic in joining online learning activity in 10 meetings. Meanwhile through the test in offline learning in 4 meetings, there were 7 Learners got more that 90 (excellence) and 8 learners got under 90 (satisfied). So, it was concluded that ICARE model was effective to be implemented altogether in teaching and learning activity in hybrid learning (online and offline) for gaining effective teaching and learning and fabulous fruitful.
Yepi Herpanda, Berry Devanda, Nurhizrah Gistituati, Rusdinal, Riza Desriandi
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.172

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The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of the principal's role as a leader in managing resources in schools that have a positive impact on the creation of effective school climate in SMA Negeri 1 Koto XI Tarusan. The research used is qualitative research where the data sources or respondents are all school residents including the principal, educators and education staff, students and committees as representatives of parents in the school. Data collection techniques are observation, interviews and documentation studies of school program documents such as RKJM, RKT, and RKAS as well as documentation studies of the education unit level curriculum which contains a program of activities carried out by schools within the next one year. Data analysis used interactive models, data validity using data triangulation. The results of research conclusions The principal as a school manager is able to determine achievement targets and milestones of success in implementing the RKS which is prepared based on the education quality report card and involves various parties, both in the 4-year Medium-Term Work Plan (RKJM) and the 1-year Annual Work Plan (RKT) so that implementation of program planning is more operational and its achievements are measurable. The principal's leadership in implementing school programs must refer to programs that have been previously designed by involving school members according to their respective main tasks and functions
Iskandar Muda Sipayung
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.169

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This article tries to explain the rights of protection for people in detention centers. Many laws are made by the state. But practically, authorities in detention centers focus on the obligations and responsibilities of detainees rather than on their rights. So, this research group found some findings at its research site in Rutan, about unfair treatment, discrimination, rights violations, and other mistreatment.
Muhammad Adil, Mediaty, Haliah
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.167

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This paper aims to look at research development trends and future directions regarding accountability and transparency. This paper is important because it can be a reference for researchers who want to research on accountability and transparency. This paper uses a critical review analysis method. The results show that research on accountability and transparency at this time is still filled with public services, village fund financial management, mosque financial management. According to the author, this kind of theme will continue to exist and develop according to the times. Research on the accountability of aid funds is interesting to study.
Dinelti Fitria, Berry Devanda, Wienda Gusta, Nurhizrah Gistituati, Rusdinal, Azwar Ananda
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.162

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This research aims to know the educational system of the Arab Republic of Egypt. The research method is literature review or literature study, which contains theories relevant to research problems. The result of the educational system of Egypt that the educational objectives are uphold democracy and the formation of democratic individuals. The authority is centralized, under the ministry of education and ministry of Al-Azhar. Curriculum preparation is carried out with teamwork consisting of experts, professors, consultants, and educational supervisors as well as experienced teachers. The government budgets 17% of the national budget. The educational structures are  1) basic education (ibtida'i), 2) secondary education/preparation (I'dadi), 3) upper secondary education (tsanawi), 4) higher education or university, and 5) elementary school level 6-11 years.  The academic year start from June to August.
Putri Setyawati
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.187

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The background of this research is the existence of a household that is formed to maximize needs, welfare and happiness. Making the best decisions in economic matters is one of the skills that every household must have. This study uses a qualitative approach to the type of phenomenology. The location of this research is in Tlemang Village, Ngimbang District, Lamongan Regency. The selection of informants carried out in the study was carried out by various criteria using the purposive sampling technique. The data collection technique was carried out by interview, observation, and documentation with the informants who met the research criteria. Based on this research, it can be concluded that poor farmer households in Tlemang Village are wise in their consumption. It can be said that consumption is wise because households are not consumptive and manage harvests well, including recording expenses, having a priority scale in consumption, and budgeting funds. Farmer households in Tlemang Village feel prosperous when they can wisely manage their crops to meet their daily needs.
Nuniek Ernaningrum
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.155

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Modernization creates diversity in both culture and religion. This fact requires the ability to respond to it to maintain integrity or unity. The problem is more complicated when it comes to globalization, which results in the rejection of collective self-expression and fosters liberal individualism. This situation often triggers violence at the personal level (domestic violence) and the general level (religion-based violence). The consequence is that maintaining unity both at the private (domestic) and public levels is an urgency to find solutions. This study aims to find a philosophical unity formula and its tools. For this reason, this research will be divided into several topics: diversity from a sociological perspective, diversity in the Christian perspective, the concept of unity in the Christian perspective, and the set of the conception of unity in the Christian perspective. This study aims to obtain a philosophical formula for unity from a Christian perspective. This research is evaluative research, so the research method is carried out using type A Critical Mode of Inquiry through literature study. The findings of this study are that the philosophical conception of gender according to the Bible can be the answer to the creation of unity and the church is one of the stakeholders in implementing change.
Rizky Febriani Pohan, Muhammad Rahman Rambe
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.194

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Basic Engineering Mechanics is a science that plays an important role in civil engineering disciplines, especially in the construction sector. In studying Basic Engineering Mechanics, a Project Based Learning  model is needed that can help students to more easily apply it. This study aims to determine the increasing in learning outcomes of Basic Engineering Mechanics of Civil Engineering Study Program students through the application of Project Based Learning model. The type of research to be conducted is experimental research using the pretest-posttest control group design. The research subjects were students of the Civil Engineering Study Program, Graha Nusantara University, Padangsidimpuan for first semester in Academic Year 2021-2022, totaling 60 people. Research instrument in the form of pre-test and post-test. The data analysis technique used in this research is comparative descriptive analysis, while the increasing in student learning outcomes through the application of Project Based Learning (PjBL) model is calculated using g-factor (normalized gain score). Based on the research results obtained, it can be concluded that the Project Based Learning  model can increase the learning outcomes of Basic Engineering Mechanics for Civil Engineering Study Program students by 37.74%. While the conventional learning model can only increase the learning outcomes of Basic Engineering Mechanics for Civil Engineering Study Program students by 31.41%. So that the Project Based Learning model is more effectively used in Basic Engineering Mechanics courses than conventional learning model.
Desy Lampita Rajagukguk, Dwi Widayati
International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (IJHESS), Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v1i6.192

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Batak language families such as Karo, Toba, Mandailing, Simalungun, and Angkola have dominant language users, especially Batak Karo and Batak Toba. In addition to the Batak language family, Nias language is also one of the languages ​​whose users are quite a lot in North Sumatra, eventhough it is not the area of ​​origin. Kinship Language is a comparative historical linguistic study. By using the quantitative method the kinship relations of the three languages ​​are calculated lexicostatistically. The indicator used to determine related words is a basic vocabulary called the Swadesh basic vocabulary, which consists of two hundred vocabularies. The first result was obtained, namely the Batak Karo language (BBK) and the Batak Toba language (BBT) have a kinship relationship, where from 200 words there are 121 words that have a kinship relationship, namely 37 identical related words and 84 shifting related words with the same meaning. The level of kinship between the Batak Toba language and the Batak Karo language is fairly high because the percentage is 60.5%. The year of separation occurred in 703 AD. The second is that the Batak Karo language and the Nias language (BN) have a kinship relationship. From 200 words there are 49 words that have kinship relations, namely 13 identical related words and 36 shifted related words with the same meaning. The level of kinship is relatively low because the percentage is 24.5%. The year of separation occurred in 1036 BC. The third is that Batak Toba language and Nias language have a kinship relationship, seen from 200 basic words, there are 50 words that have kinship relationships, namely 12 identical related words and 38 shifted related words with the same meaning. The level of kinship between the Batak Toba language and the Nias language is relatively low because the percentage is 25%. The year of separation occurred in 1022 AD
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