https://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/issue/feed International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS) ISSN:2582-6220 2021-08-22T18:38:00+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. The <strong>IJRSS</strong> Journal is the Social Science and humanities journal with e-ISSN: 2582-6220, and DOI: 10.47505/IJRSS publishes original research articles, review articles, and letters to the editor. IIJRSS 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 an eminent advisory board and editorial board for all their cooperation and enthusiastic involvement in this blooming endeavor.</p> https://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/91 Social Behavior of Narcotics Abusers in Law Enforcement Officials in Karawang Regency of Indonesia 2021-08-11T23:22:36+08:00 Gunadi hermawanti18@gmail.com Bonaventura Ngarawula hermawanti18@gmail.com Praptining Sukowati hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>This research is motivated by the rampant illicit trafficking of narcotics in Indonesia which has increased tremendously and is increasingly concerning. This is evidenced by the discovery of an increasingly diverse modus operandi of narcotics crimes. Such as the use of technological advances, namely by conducting illicit narcotics trade through the internet and organizing narcotics transactions that are increasingly sophisticated and closed, either by land, sea, or air. The illicit circulation of narcotics is getting more and more rampant, not only in big cities but has begun to spread to villages. Drug abuse is no longer a fashion or prestige, but the motivation has been used as a kind of escape. Drug abuse does not only attack adults, but also young people. Not only the poor but also the rich. Artists, high-ranking state officials, and even law enforcement officers are not a few who are trapped in this narcotics trap. Karawang is one of the regencies in West Java Province which has urban characteristics, it is also inseparable from the problem of narcotics abuse. Based on data from the Karawang District Police, it has been shown that there is an increase in narcotics abuse cases. In 2017 there were 122 cases with 149 suspects, and in 2019 it increased to 199 cases with 246 suspects. Among the suspects are members of the Police. The existence of cases of narcotics abuse by unscrupulous members of the Police is very ironic, because the police as law enforcement officers are supposed to be law enforcers but what happens is they become law violators. Therefore, this study aims to describe and analyze the social behavior of narcotics abusers in law enforcement officers in the Karawang Regency and the factors behind this social behavior. By using a qualitative approach, this study concludes: first, the social behavior of narcotics abusers in law enforcement officers in Karawang Regency is manifested in the form of knowledge, attitudes, and actions that deviate from prevailing social norms. Second, the factors behind the social behavior of narcotics abusers in law enforcement officers in Karawang Regency include internal factors, namely from unstable personalities and physically weak.</em></p> 2021-08-11T23:22:10+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Gunadi, Bonaventura Ngarawula, Praptining Sukowati https://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/92 Social-Economic and Community Culture as the Basis for Determining a Special Zone in Kutai National Park (TNK) Kutai Timur Regency 2021-08-15T20:32:30+08:00 Muhammad Rodiansyah hermawanti18@gmail.com Kasuwi Saiban hermawanti18@gmail.com Kridawati Sadhana hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>Seeing the current condition of Kutai National Park, it is necessary to evaluate the proposed special zone activities associated with ethnic typologies and perceptions of people who inhabit this area, the biophysical potential of the area related to the form of land management in this area. The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility of a proposed special zone in the Kutai National Park based on land use patterns which are divided into three lanes namely green lane, interaction lane and cultivation lane associated with their potential, social, economic, and ecological uses. This study used a descriptive qualitative research method with informants from the local government, customary leaders, Kutai National Park managers, and local communities. The results of this study indicate that the social and economic life of people is influenced by habits/behavior based on these tribes in managing nature and treating nature, they apply their respective local wisdom to be able to preserve nature and make their lives prosperous. The community wants the status of a Kutai National Parkland enclave, not a zoning system either a special zone let alone a relocation. The community needs protection, certainty, and the right to be fostered economically by the government because the status of the National Park attached to the land they inhabit at this time gives a sense of worry that later they will be expelled. The community wants the status of a Kutai National Parkland enclave, not a zoning system either a special zone let alone a relocation. The community needs protection, certainty, and the right to be fostered economically by the government because the status of the National Park attached to the land they inhabit at this time gives a sense of worry that later they will be expelled. The community wants the status of a Kutai National Parkland enclave, not a zoning system either a special zone let alone a relocation. The community needs protection, certainty, and the right to be fostered economically by the government because the status of the National Park attached to the land they inhabit at this time gives a sense of worry that later they will be expelled.</em></p> 2021-08-15T20:32:30+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Muhammad Rodiansyah, Kasuwi Saiban, Kridawati Sadhana https://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/90 The Behavior of Lecturers and Students of the College of Agricultural Sciences (STIPER) Sangatta City, Indonesia 2021-08-18T23:43:45+08:00 La Rusli Latania hermawanti18@gmail.com Bonaventura Ngarawula hermawanti18@gmail.com Budhy Prianto hermawanti18@gmail.com <p><em>Policies and strategies in the field of education that have been carried out by the East Kutai Regency Government in developing and providing educational services through programs, one of the programs is free education to tertiary institutions. The purpose of this study was to analyze and describe the management of STIPER as a free university, to analyze and describe the behavior and performance of lecturers as well as the behavior and quality of free STIPER Sangatta college students. In this study the authors used a descriptive research method with a qualitative approach. The results showed that the management at STIPER includes the management of existing resources within a higher education institution, namely students, funds and facilities, administrative management, management of higher education institutions. To improve the quality of the lecturers, doctoral study assignments are carried out for lecturers according to their scientific fields, participating in various trainings, seminars and workshops funded by STIPER Sangatta. The quality of STIPER Very graduate students, most of whom work as civil servants / ASN in East Kutai Regency, work in oil palm plantations, coal mining, oil and gas, private entrepreneurs and as members of the legislature. STIPER Sangatta needs to make management efforts through the quality management approach of the STIPER Sangatta East Kutai college as a whole in the campus community. The quality of STIPER Very graduate students, most of whom work as civil servants / ASN in East Kutai Regency, work in oil palm plantations, coal mining, oil and gas, private entrepreneurs and as members of the legislature. STIPER Sangatta needs to make management efforts through the quality management approach of the STIPER Sangatta East Kutai college as a whole in the campus community. The quality of STIPER Very graduate students, most of whom work as civil servants / ASN in East Kutai Regency, work in oil palm plantations, coal mining, oil and gas, private entrepreneurs and as members of the legislature. STIPER Sangatta needs to make management efforts through the quality management approach of the STIPER Sangatta East Kutai college as a whole in the campus community.</em></p> 2021-08-18T23:40:40+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 La Rusli Latania, Bonaventura Ngarawula, Budhy Prianto https://ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/96 Community Religiosity Study of Social Reality in the Perspective of Symbolic Interactionism in the Trowulan Society, of Indonesia 2021-08-22T18:38:00+08:00 Affan Hasnan Mubarok hermawanti18@gmail.com I Made Weni hermawanti18@gmail.com Tommy Hariyanto hermawanti18@gmail.com <p>This research is qualitative research about the religious life (Religiosity) of the Trowulan community. This research is motivated by the turbulent situation in the latest conditions which have an impact on moral decadence and despair in the wider community. The focus of the research is directed to two research questions, namely, how is the religiosity of the Trowulan community and what symbols of religiosity can be captured, and the meaning behind it. This study pays attention to the collection of information through interviews and observations as well as the collection of other supporting documents. All information was analyzed using content analysis, especially in interpreting verbal symbols as well as how symbolic interactionism works. This study concludes that the typology of religiosity in Trowulan is patterned into three types, namely: conservative – involutive – orientation in Temon village, progressive – critical – projective type in Sentonorejo village, and innovative – inventive – active type in Trowulan village. The religiosity symbols picked are traditionalists in Temon village with accumulative meanings, modernists in Sentonorejo village with synthetic meanings, and eclectic symbols in Trowulan village with assimilative meanings.</p> 2021-08-22T18:38:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Affan Hasnan Mubarok, I Made Weni, Tommy Hariyanto