http://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/issue/feed International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS) 2021-06-12T01:07:30+08:00 editorijrss editor@ijrss.org Open Journal Systems <p>International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS) is open access, double-blind peer-reviewed, an international journal published in English. IJRSS provides wider sharing of knowledge and the acceleration of research, and is thus in the best interest of authors, potential readers, and increases the availability, accessibility, visibility and impact of the papers, and the journal as a whole. The IJRSS focusing on theories, methods, and applications of Social Science and humanities research, increasing academic prosperity, and fostering international academic exchange and cooperation. This journal provides a platform for sharing the latest high-quality research concerning Social Science and humanities research.</p> <p>It is our immense pleasure to introduce the International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS), Social Sciences Journal to cater to the publication needs of teachers, scientists, scholars, students, and professionals. We thank all the resources with us, in the form of eminent advisory board and editorial board for all their cooperation and enthusiastic involvement in this blooming endeavor.</p> http://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/70 Interaction between Bugis and Javanese in Overseas 2021-06-05T20:53:47+08:00 Junianti, Bambang Satriya hermawanti18@gmail.com Tommy Hariyanto hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to describe and analyze the patterns, social interactions that occur between the Bugis and Javanese people in South Sangatta sub-district, East Kutai Regency and describe and analyze the media in social interaction between the Bugis and Javanese tribes in the monitoring of South Sangatta sub-district, East Kutai Regency. This research was conducted because of the researcher's interest in the phenomenon that occurred in the research area that social interaction with overseas local communities that led to the Bugis Pinrang tribe with the Javanese community occurred without any conflict. While each group has very large characteristics, social, ability in the fields of livelihood, language and culture. This research approach is a qualitative approach, Hence, it is impossible to separate data collection and data analysis from one another, take place simultaneously or simultaneously and continuously, before, during, and after data collection. The interaction between Bugis and Javanese tribes consists of people, networks of social relations based on occupation, religion, socio-economic and cultural levels, each of which does not stand alone, each other needs and interacts to meet needs. life that makes them unite as a group or society. The Overseas people have more or less mastered the language, Kutai, Banjar and the language of the unity of the Indonesian State, namely Indonesian. These language skills color their ability to communicate and coloring the success of the interaction. In essence, social life consists of an innumerable number of actions and reactions, both between individuals and between groups. The attitude of life that has high tolerance and mutual cooperation which is owned by the interaction between the Bugis and the Javanese is a reflection of local wisdom originating from Java, which is where its own origin today has been gradually eroded and can be destroyed and replaced with the philosophy of modern life. The open attitude of the local population which is the implementation of the values ​​of local wisdom from the local population in daily life and the attitude of interacting with anyone and in love with the environment, not happy with violence being the basic capital of social interaction between the Bugis and Javanese and local residents. Therefore, the social interactions that occur do not differentiate between ethnicities, religions and cultures, thus accelerating the occurrence of cultural marriages (assimilation and amalgamation). The open attitude shown by the local population which is the implementation of the values ​​of local wisdom encourages them to accept anyone who comes to South Sangatta Village, East Kutai Regency, provided that the immigrant must respect the cultural norms of the local population. This encourages the Bugis and Javanese to feel comfortable and quickly learn a variety of agricultural equipment which is work equipment, learn agricultural systems in a new place. Every effort of society to achieve goals certainly requires media that functions to facilitate the achievement of these goals. Likewise with the interactions that occur between the Bugis and Javanese tribes overseas. The occurrence of a social contact does not depend solely on the action but also depends on the response to the action. The social interactions that occur between the Bugis and Javanese tribes and local residents are because each party has something to achieve, be it social, economic, trade, agriculture, plantation, education, culture, politics and security aspects. In communicating or social interactions, both individuals and groups often go through the media (social interaction). Media for social interaction is not always electronic objects or equipment, but can also work, situations, or conditions that create or encourage people to engage in social interaction in the context of clarity, problem-solving, or clarification of a problem or request for information.­</em></p> 2021-05-22T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Junianti, Bambang Satriya, Tommy Hariyanto http://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/74 Effect of Work Motivation, and Compensation on Employee Performance through Job Satisfaction at STIE Kertanegara Malang of Indonesia 2021-06-05T20:58:11+08:00 Suprihatiningsih hermawanti18@gmail.com Tanto Gatot hermawanti18@gmail.com Sunardi hermawanti18@gmail.com Dyah Setyawati hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to explain the influence of motivation and compensation on employee job satisfaction, explain the influence of motivation, compensation, and job satisfaction on employee performance, and explain the influence of motivation and compensation through job satisfaction on employee performance at STIE Kertanegara Malang. The number of samples considered in this study was 30 employees. The analysis technique uses path analysis. The results of the analysis show that motivation and compensation have an effect on job satisfaction. Motivation, compensation, and job satisfaction affect employee performance. Motivation and compensation affect employee performance through job satisfaction.</em></p> 2021-05-22T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 http://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/78 The Influence of Internal Control Systems, Leadership Style on Field Employee Performance through Organizational Commitment 2021-06-05T20:59:38+08:00 Julio Kurniawan hermawanti18@gmail.com Tanto Gatot Sumarsono hermawanti18@gmail.com Boge Triatmanto hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>Human Resources Management is an important factor for a company to be able to run its project well. Improving employee performance seeing from the internal control system and leadership roles is not enough. Strong organizational commitment is needed for mainly under pressure projects. Studies about these matters are not well discussed in previous studies, especially in sugar factories. This study aims to analyze the factors influencing organizational commitment as an intervening variable in improving the performance of field employees in addition to the influence of internal control systems and leadership styles. The research methods used a questionnaire survey system which was divided each to the involved field employees. The distribution of questionnaires distributed 100% to all sections related to the project because the population is less than 100 respondents. The data processed with the Likert Scale and analyzed with Path Analysis because there is an intervening variable. All of the process data were analyzed and concluded with SPSS 24 software. The results show that organizational commitment has an important role in the relationship between the internal control system and the existing leadership style at PG Kebon Agung in improving the performance of field employees in the distribution program of solid organic waste at PG Kebon Agung</em><em>.</em></p> 2021-05-22T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ http://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/79 Analysis of Youth Participation in Hides and Skin Processing and Marketing in Sokoto-Metropolis, Sokoto State, Nigeria 2021-06-05T20:45:13+08:00 Aliyu M. S aliyumansurharande@gmail.com Harande Y. A aliyumansurharande@gmail.com Umar M aliyumansurharande@gmail.com Sani Khalid Mohammed aliyumansurharande@gmail.com Eze Abdullahi D. U aliyumansurharande@gmail.com <p><em>Livestock breeding with other related activities the most important sectors of agriculture provide the population with food and essential raw materials. The aim of this study is to describe the socio-economic characteristics of the youth participating in hide and skin processing and marketing in the study area, and to describe the level of youth participation in hide and skin processing and marketing; with view to determine the cost and return in hide and skin processing and marketing; as well as to evaluate the constraint encountered by youth involved in hide and skin processing and marketing in the study area. A total number of 100 samples were collected with the aid of a structured questionnaire. The information was collected based on socio-demography, hide and skin processing methods practiced by respondents, and constraints faced by the processor in the study area. Descriptive statistics were used to analyze the data collected, which involves the use of measures of central tendency such as means, frequency distributions and percentages to describe the socio-economic characteristics of leather processors in the study area and the constraint confronting the leather processing and marketers. It was found that quality control assessment of the product, poor extension services, lack of protective wears, expose to dangerous chemicals were seen to have a significant effect on the participation of youth in hide and skin processing and marketing. Age, marital status, household size, and training experience had no effect on the youth's participation in the hide and skin processing and marketing. The study also found that despite the constraint youth experienced in the study area, they still contributed greatly to tanning activities and were willing to continue with tanning activities as a profession.</em></p> 2021-05-22T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 http://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/77 Social Capital as the Basis for the Developmental Movement of the Independent Village and Integrated Honey Village 2021-06-06T22:37:49+08:00 Teddy Febrian hermawanti18@gmail.com I Made Weni hermawanti18@gmail.com Praptining Sukowati hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>Social capital has become a determinant for uneven regional development. Social capital is very much needed in development, be it human development and social, culture and economic. Social capital such as trust, social networks and norms/values of community ​​have developed and become a factor that has a direct and important impact on regional development. This dissertation research was carried out in order to identify and analyze social capital as a foundation of development in the Sangatta city, East Kutai Regency, East Kalimantan Province to know the supporting factors and constraints of development in the Sangatta city. The approach of this research is descriptive qualitative, it is designed to gather information about real situations that are in progress. Data analysis technique that will be used in qualitative research is data analysis according to Moleong which is focused during the process in the field together with data collection. Development Movement of the Independent Village and Integrated (Gerbang Desa Madu) has succeeded in strengthening social capital and creating social integration in Sangatta East Kutai Regency. Community trust in regional development based on social reality shows strong support seen from the development of facilities and access to education, health, clean water and electricity. Norms and social networks that develop in the community are formed from the diversity of ethnic groups or regional origins, culture and religion, so that the complexity has also formed social networks based on kinship, neighborliness and friendship in harmony on support of regional development. The supporting factor for regional development in the area of ​​North Sangatta District is having a wealth of natural and human resources. Human resources related to social life have given rise to high social capital. Then the inhibiting factors of regional development are the limited regional development budget and the problem of utilizing natural resources and maintaining the quality of the environment.</em></p> 2021-05-22T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Teddy Febrian, I Made Weni, Praptining Sukowati http://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/81 Administration Services Population Through Population Administration System Application Program 2021-06-06T23:04:15+08:00 Didik Supriyanto hermawanti18@gmail.com Samsul Wahidin hermawanti18@gmail.com Kridawati Sadhana hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to analyze the Population Administration Service Process through the SIAP Application Program in Batu City and to describe the problems faced by the Batu City Government in carrying out the Population Administration Service Process through the SIAP Application Program in Batu City. </em><em>The data analysis technique used in this study was the data analysis technique from Miles and Huberman, namely: data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion and verification. Based on the results of the research, it shows that the Population Administration Service Process through the Ready in Batu City Application Program facilitates all administrative processes that have been seemingly complicated and long. The problems faced by the Batu City Government in carrying out Population Administration Services through the SIAP Application Program have been reviewed from various things, namely conditional, participatory, equality of rights, the balance of rights and obligations, the government in charge of serving, the community served by the government, the policies that are presented as the foundation of public services, Sophisticated equipment or service facilities, The resort is available to be formulated in the form of service activities, quality of service that formulates the community according to the standards and principles of community service, management and leadership as well as community service organizations. The factor that hinders the Batu city government in providing population administration services through the ready application program in Batu City, namely the readiness of human resources in carrying out population administration services through the SIAP application program, there is a gap in the quality of these services in addition to being caused by inadequate facilities and infrastructure, human resources. which is still limited and also the management of the public service system that is not yet integrated. The factors that support the Batu city government in carrying out population administration services through the ready application program are the attitude and commitment of the implementers in carrying out population administration services that they are fully committed to using this SIAP application wisely so that it can bring many good benefits to the citizens of Batu City. The understanding of the implementer in carrying out population administration services through the SIAP application program is very familiar with how to operate this application because the application is very easy to understand, so it doesn't take a long time to understand it.</em></p> 2021-05-22T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 http://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/84 The Phenomenon of Accounting in the Management of the Village Fund Allocation: A case study of Indonesia 2021-06-12T01:07:30+08:00 Florentina Nurak hermawanti18@gmail.com Sihwahjoeni hermawanti18@gmail.com Gaguk Apriyanto hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to describe significantly related to the phenomena of the application of accounting in the management of the village fund allocation in the village Satar Padut, District Lambaleda East Nusa Tenggara. This research is a type of research descriptive qualitative research design case study. This research was conducted in December 2020-January 2021. Respondents in this study are the village head, village secretary, and treasurer of the finance of the village in the village Satar Padut. Data were collected by using interview techniques, documentation and observation and were analyzed using the analysis of the phenomenology. The results of this study showed that the application of accounting in the management of the village fund allocation in the Village Satar Padut not in accordance with the accounting standards of the government contained in the Government Regulation No. 71/2010. In addition, the village officials also have yet to understand fully associated with the application of accounting in the management of the village fund allocation as well as the absence of financial transparency by the government. </em></p> 2021-05-22T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021