Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Social Sciences (ICSS 2018)

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Children’s Story Books: Introducing Cultural Hybridity, Shaping Intercultural Sensitivity for Foreign Language Young Learners (An Observation to Gramedia Books in 2017)

Mister Gidion Maru, Arie Tulus, Ekawati M. Dukut, Nithta Liando, Jans G. Mangare, Agustine Clara Mamentu
This paper intends to share the potential of the children’s story book in introducing cultural hybridity and shaping intercultural competence for young learners. By grounding upon the data obtained from observing the children’s book stories published by Gramedia and sold in its book store, it is found...

Applying Local Values in Millenial Education (Study for Bugis Society Makassar)

Andi Ima Kesuma, Muhammad Syukur
The discourse on indigenization has long been becoming a concern and discourse, especially in the academic level. IntensiveAttention in these efforts can not be separated from strengthening view that the experience of other nations or other areas is not necessarily relevant to the local conditions. This...

The Influence of Education Policy Implementation Toward the Availability of Professional Teachers In 3T Areas in Indonesia

Risma Niswaty
Integrated professional teacher education is a national program for the procurement of elementary and secondary school teachers for 3T areas that are underdeveloped, underleading, and outer regions. PPGT Office Administration Education is one part of the program. The program is implemented since 2011...

The Effect of the Implementation of Training Program on the Performance of Investigating Officers in the Armed Forces General Inspectorate

Mr Muliani, Alimuddin Mahmud, Sulaiman Samad, Mr Anshari
This study reveals the effect of the implementation of education/training program on the performance of investigating officers in the Armed Forces General Inspectorate. This study aims to determine the effect of the implementation of education/training program on the performance of investigating officers...

Portrait of Environmental Conditions in Urban and Rural Areas in Abdur Arsyad’s Stand-up Comedy

Sri Winarsih, Margaretha Febriany Narahawarin, Marni Bawawa, Mr Marnina, Casimirus Andi Fenanlampir
Stand-up comedy is more than just entertainment as performing jokes but as a media to express belief, experiences, and thoughts. The performer of stand-up comedy is called a comic. One of the best comics in Indonesia is Abdur Arsyad who came from rural areas and moved to urban for study. He often delivered...

The Four-Net Game to Improve Students’ Psychomotor Skill

Adi Sumarsono, Carolus Wasa, Mr Syamsudin, Afif Khorul Hidayat, Hendra Jondry Hiskya, Emanuel Lewar, Chyntia Novita Kalalo
Student learning outcomes at school can be grouped into cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains. The purpose of the learning process is always aimed at three domains, but the emphasis is different. Physical education in school includes the compulsory education taught in the School, which mimics...

The Effect of Teachingbooks and Prior Knowledge on Learning Outcome of Geography

Sukma Perdana Prasetya, Mr Daryono, Mr Murtedjo
The purpose of this study are: (1) explaining the difference of learning outcomes between students using teaching book in hardcopy form, teaching book in softcopy form and students without using instructional technology of geography (ITG), (2) explain differences in learning outcomes in terms of prior...

The Development of Contextual Learning in Location Analysis Learning

Hilda Vemy Oroh, Deny Maliangkay, Grace Suoth, Helena Sri Sulastriningsih, Mr Murdiyanto
The research aims to formulate the concept of contextual learning and the effectiveness of development contextual learning in location analysis learning. Descriptive method was used in this study. The data were collected through observation, documentation and evaluation. This research was conducted to...

Study of The Development of Affective Domain Evaluation Instrument

Meike Imbar, Ruth Sriana Umbase, Hetreda Terry, Aldegonda Evangeline Pelealu, Aksilas Dasfordate
This study is aims to describe about the implementation to evaluation learning History in Manado Senior High School because History lesson is one of the subject filled with the values that need to be inherit to young generation. The reality showed that the implementation of evaluation for learning History...

The growth of wild settlements in the city of Manado

Nixon J Sindua, Xaverius Erick Lobja, Kalvin Salindeho Andaria, Sumilat Murdiyanto
This study discusses the growth of squatter settlements in the city of Manado which necessarily will be studied in two locations, namely in Manado Bay and Tondano River. The research objectives were (1) to analyze the characteristics of the original settlements and differences in the process of growth...

Church Autonomous Conflict Between GMIM and KGPM in Minahasa (1933–1982)

Yohanes Burdam, Aldegonda Evangeline Pelealu, Aksilas Dasfordate, Max L Tamon
This investigation is done in order to explain the process of autonomous struggle of Prostestant Chruch in the beginning of 20th century in Minahasa, and the factor affecting the refuse of Minahasan intellectual towards the interference of Indische Kerk in the process of the autonomy of Protestant Church...

A Study on Verbal Phrases in Tagulandang Dialect of Sangirese

Sarah Kamagi, Deane J. Wowor, Elisabeth Z. Oroh, Rully Rantung
Verbal phrases in Tagulandang dialect of Sangirese, can be observed by two types of constructions namely endocentric and exocentric constructions. Endocentric construction: i momo musamperi nakahengking daringihang, and balung kai malanighang mapia are verbal constructions in this local language bring...

The Perspective of Family-Gender Role of PPKn Teacher Candidates at Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Oksiana Jatiningsih, Maya Mustika Kartika Sari, Totok Suyanto
Gender construction builds social agreement on the gender roles of women and men. The division of gender roles is common and may have to occur in life, but sometimes the concept of role sharing leaves injustice in life. There is a role that seems to be a "destiny" of women or men in a family so that...

Overlapping Synchronization of Mining Business Arrangements in Forest Areas in Indonesia

Indri Fogar Susilowati, Mr Tamsil, Mahendra Wardhana
The provisions of the Forestry Law (Law No. 19 of 2004) which prohibits mining business activities in forest areas (both production forests and protected forests) create complicated problems, because the mining depositors already have permits and / or government approval as a remote mining authority...

Legality Laws Against The Role of Mosque as a Unit Management of Zakat Management (UPZ ) a Strategic Way to Increasing Well-Being

Nurul Hikmah, Gelar Ali Ahmad, Muh Ali Masnun
Zakat is an obligation that should be adopted by a moslem to give a part of their wealth to pass (mustahiq) in accordance with islamic syariah. View the community of the existence of the institutions of amil and zakat ( LAZ ) has not so good, so people want to give (muzakki ) more channel until the day...

Money laundering in the IT era

Diana Darmayanti Putong, Quido Conferti Kainde, Pudji Astuti
This article was made with aim to criticize many legal reviews that happened because of the payment towards various property by using virtual currency such a bitcoin or known as cryptocurrency which arose crime method of digital money laundering. The study was implemented with normative method which...

Legal protection for consumers of advertisements for sweetened condensed milk

Engeli Yuliana Lumaing, Isye Junita Melo, Sam J. R Saroinsong, Eny Sulistyowati
This study aims to analyze the application of the Consumer Protection Act No. 8 of 1999 to BPOM's findings on the advertisement of Sweetened Condensed Milk, as an effort to protect consumers in advertising activities. The results of this study indicate that BPOM's circular letter regarding the advertisement...

Juridical Analysis of Criminal Act Against Nation Ideology in Indonesian Criminal Law

Reynold Simandjuntak, Wenly R. J. Lolong, Gelar Ali
A nation that want to lived firmly, the way of life is really important to not be tossed around in facing issues in the society. Then with clear way of life then a nation would have something hold and guidelines in solving the political, economy, social, and cultural problem. The issues that being discussed...

Human Rights Protection for Women in Bone Regency

Mrs Hasni, Mr Ibrahim
This study was based on thoughts that women are always be the object of unjustified oppression making a gender gap in all aspect of their life. This is the critical point for the researcher to investigate how human rights protect women’s rights especially in Bone Regency. The objectives of the study...

Effectiveness of No Smoking Area Implementation In UPN "Veteran" of East Java

Fauzul Aliwarman, Eko Wahyudi
Smoking activity in the academic community in the campus environment has become a habit that is considered unhealthy and less educational for the education environment. The effort to build a smoke-free campus is intended as a campus where there is no activity related to smoking for the better development...

Corruption As Serious Human Right Violation (Impact To State Administration Construct)

Siti Marwiyah, M. Syahrul Borman
One of appalling diseases in this nation is corruption. Each subject of the nation understand, especially the educated circle that corruption is white collar crime that should be common enemy by all elements of the nation. But unfortunately, although they know that corruption is the common enemy, but...

Correlation Between Family Support and Quality of Life: People Living With Tuberculosis in Surabaya

Nur Mukarromah, Fatin Lailatul Badriyah
Tuberculosis is a disease that affect the physical and psychological health, social relationship and environment of people living with tuberculosis. The treatment take long-term process, and this situation is not easy situation for people living with tuberculosis. Involvement of patient’s family is needed...

Electronic Voting (E-Voting) in Indonesia: Reflection On E-Voting Practices in Some Countries

Eva Hany Fanida, Darman Manda, Marthinus Mandagi
Recently, the term e-voting has often been discussed in Indonesia. This is due to the emergence of the discourse on the implementation of the e-voting system in the Indonesian Presidential Election which will be held in 2019. This e-voting option is used as an alternative solution because the hope of...

Institutional Studies and Regulation The Disaster Management in Malang Indonesia

Prasetyo Isbandono, Ms Noviyanti
Disaster management in general has undergone a change of paradigm is very fundamentally. Now the disaster mitigation is a series of efforts to reduce the risk of disasters, through physical development and awareness and capacity in disaster preparedness the scale of the index population exposed also...

User Satisfaction on Technical and Operational Performance of Spreadsheet-Based Financial Accounting Application

I Made Ariana, I Made Bagiada, I Ketut Sukayasa
User satisfaction on technical and operational performance is one of the measures of success in end user application development. The purposes of this study are to analysis the user satisfaction on technical and operational performance of spreadsheet-based financial accounting application, and to find...

Effectiveness of Supervision Model as the Key to Increase the Performance of Supervision of the Village Financial Institution

I M M Arsana, I N Sugiarta, N L G M Dicriyani
Several previous studies on the effectiveness of Village Financial Institusion surveillance have been different and still many under effective and constructed models with effective monitoring tools of Village Financial Institusion need to be tested for their effectiveness. Research problem: how effective...

Effectiveness of The Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility By Star Hotels in Nusa Dua Area to Improve the Environmental Quality and Community Welfare

Ida Ayu Kade Werdika Damayanti, Dewa Made SuriA Antara, Ni Ketut Bagiastuti
This study entitled Effectiveness of the Implementation of corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs by star hotels in Nusa Dua area to improve environmental sustainability and community welfare. Corporate social responsibility is one form of implementing of sustainable development. This is because...

Strategy of Developing Marine Tourism Based on Tri Hita Karana in the Village of Serangan, Denpasar

I K Suarta, I Putu Budiarta, A A Pt Swabawa
Serangan is a small island surrounded by white sand beaches, and has a strategic location near Kuta, Sanur and Denpasar City. The right development strategy will be able to provide maximum benefits in order to improve the community's economy and environmental sustainability. This study aims to examine...

Family Planning and Participation in Family Planning Programs for Couples Early Marriage

Ali Imron, Arief Sudrajat, Pambudi Handoyo
This study aims to identify the causes of women marrying at an early age and participation in family planning programs. Field findings indicate the causes of women in Klampis Subdistrict, Bangkalan Regency, were married at an early age, partly due to factors of education, economy, and sociocultural conditions....

Controlling the Rate of Planning Generation Population through Counseling by Using Simulation Game Model

Ari Wahyudi, Ajeng Sukma Wardani Dyah Fitriani, Ali Imron
Planning Generation Program (GenRe) was ranked first in the contribution of the population rate. Due to the increasing of early teen marriage who has no knowledge of GenRe either from their self or their parents. Parental involvement as an effort to suppress the population rate is a reality of the field...

Ads on YouTube: Skip or Watch?

Danang Tandyonomanu
The development of online media provides an opportunity for advertisers to use the new media for commercial purposes. This advertiser uses YouTube, the most popular video player, to embed their video ads. In the last few years, online media made it easy for users to actively and individually take the...

Multicultural Interreligious Society

Ms Mutiah, Puspita Sari Sukardani
In the midst of the hectic religious issues that arise in our society recently that threaten Bhineka Tungal Ika, Unity in diversity, in fact there are still many areas in Indonesia that maintain harmony in the difference. One of the areas that has maintained interreligious harmony is Gresik district,...

The Study of Economic Development Differences of Wonocoyo and Besuki Village Panggul Sub District Trenggalek Regency

Agus Sutedjo, Bambang Haryanto, Sri Murtini
Jalur Jalan Lintas Selatan (JLS) or South crossroad stripe East Java passes through Wonocoyo and Besuki village, Panggul Sub-district, Trenggalek Regency. JLS is expected to assist the economic development of the area through which it passes. After a few years later, Wonocoyo village is more developed...

Implementation of KPU Regulation No. 2 of 2017 by Minahasa KPUD on The Implementation of Pemilukada 2018

Fitri H Mamonto, Jeane E Langkai, Recky Sendouw, Itje Pangkey, Jeane Mantiri
The purpose of this study is 1). To find out how the implementation of KPU (General Elections Commission) regulation number 2 of 2017 by Minahasa KPUD (Regional General Elections Commission) on Pemilukada (Regional Heads Election) 2018. 2). To determine the factors that influence the implementation of...

Revitalizing the Value of Pancasila in the Development of the Character of Indonesian Citizens

Abdul Latief, Muhammad Nadir, Theodorus Pangalila, Apeles Lexi Lonto, Totok Suyanto, Mr Warsono
here are many problems faced by the Indonesian people today. The swift currents of globalization are felt to affect all the lives of the Indonesian people. Pancasila as the basis of the State which is formulated from all cultural values The Indonesian nation should be an orientation in the face of the...

Social Interaction Of Local Communities With Migrants And Changes In The Structure Of Local Communities (Study On Plural Society In Makassar Industrial Area)

Andi Agustang, Andi Tenri Pada, Mrs Bastiana
The complicity of social interaction (dynamic social relations) in an ethnic poly system is examined and analyzed using the "contingency linkage" model, which is the linkage of social interaction with the implementation of values and norms, social field network system, and the existence of creative individuals....

Farmers Requirements To Qur’an In Bulutellue Village, Sinjai Regency

Abdul Rahman, Andi Ima Kesuma
This research is focused on farmer community in Bulutellue Village, Sinjai Regency. This study aims to analyze how the meaning of farmers to the Qur'an. In addition, this research seeks to reveal the meaning beyond the concept of formal legal interpretation of the Qur'anic text, and what factors give...

Effects of Investment (PMTB) on Economic Growth and Employment In Papua Province

Samel Watina Ririhena, Romualdus Turu Putra Maro Djanggo
This study is aimed to modify the effects of investment on employment through economic growth at Papua Province. The population of the study was all the subject of the study. Thus, the population in this study was the investment in Papua Province. Due to high number of population, the sample of this...

Competitive Advantages of Lecturers

Mr Baharuddin, Donna Sampaleng, Ms Marislinda, Diah Yuli Sugiarti, Rhini Fatmasari
This study aims to find out the lecturers’ competitive advantages in five universities (public and private). This study employed a qualitative approach by applying a descriptive method. The instrument in this study was the researcher as the main instrument. Data were collected through interviews, observations,...

Understanding the Forest Conservation Society actions "Tengger" ethnic Based Local Wisdom "Sesanti Panca Setya" in East Java - the Republic of Indonesia

Ms Sumarmi
Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park is the location where "Tengger" ethnic people live. The Tengger ethnic people are mostly farmers around the protected forest area. This study aims to understand the Tengger ethnic community in conserving the forests based on local wisdom "Sesanti Panca Setya" or ”sesanti...

The Ability to Understand Narrative Text of The Second Semester Students of Indonesian Language and Literature Academic Year 2017/2018 of Musamus University

Angla Sauhenda, Ms Marnina, Lay Riwu, Zem Santo, Santy Monika
This study aims to describe the ability to understand the narrative text of Indonesian Language and Literature students in the second semester. This research was conducted at the University of Musamus Merauke. Based on the observations during the lecture, it was found that Indonesian Language and Literature...

Character Education Praxis in Namaku Teweraut by Ani Sekarningsih

Tobias Nggaruaka, Ermelinda Agnes Gunu Pure
Literature is a reflective media for every person/reader. In literature, literature text contains life values which teach teachers to understand every sign or symbol used by the reader in sentences/dialogues in a literature text. By understanding sign or symbol, everyone can understand the meaning or...

Construction Integrity and Professionalism of Education Personnel

Mr Warsono, Ms Sarmini, Ulin Nadiroh
Education personnel are Human Resources who have an important role to support the performance of academics, who are obliged to provide academic services. In carrying out its duties, can not be separated from the existence of interdependence and even the relationship between one unit to another unit....

Optimizing Five Academic Skills in English Teaching Learning Process Improving The Academic Performance

Wulan Retno Wigati
This study is intended to examine the effect of optimizing the five academic skills, 1) Speed reading: reading speed and accuracy of understanding ; 2) Taking notes: organizational records, identification information, and the write speed; 3) Paraphrasing: choosing synonyms, and using alternate grammar;...

Integration of Moral Didactic Values and Patriotism of Hikayat Hang Tuah in Social Studies Learning to Build the Soul of Nationalism in Middle School Students in Surabaya

Agus Trilaksana, Ms Sarmini, Ms Nurjati, Ms Sutarwiyah, Adji Suharko, Ririn Fatayati
Planting the soul of nationalism is important starting from the beginning to deal with the erosion of national identity along with the process of globalization. One effort to build the spirit of nationalism can be done through internalizing the value of didactic morality and patriotism in the learning...

The Utilization Of Women Resource In The Development At Political District Of West Kombos Singkil Subdistrict Manado City

Julien Biringan, Sjamsi Pasandaran, Apeles Lexi Lonto, Jan. A Rattu, Telly D. Wua
This research aims to find out the role of women in the development in Political District of West Kombos Singkil sub-district, Manado. Survey method was undertaken for descriptive purpose by giving symbol/sign, explaining and describing woman’s role. Research finding shows that: Only partly of women...

Identification of Potential Tourism in East Likupang Subdistrict Bangka Island North Minahasa

Kalvin Salindeho Andaria, Recku H. E Sendouw, Apeles Lexi Lonto, Xaverius Erick Lobja, Nixon J. Sindua
By using qualitative approach, this research intends to list the potential of tourism destination in the coast of Bangka island that is in North Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi Indonesia. From the discussion above it can be concluded that the Bangka island has seven potential coasts that can be integrated...

Improving Discipline Of Regional Civil Servants

Muh. Rizal Suyuti, Maya Kasmita
When society needs a service that can only be obtained by an institution that houses the civil servant, the government. The community needs a disciplined apparatus. In reality there are many irregularities in employee discipline. Why is there a deviation that is often due to a lack of punishment for...

Community Economic Empowerment and Improvement of Meru Betiri National Park Area through Strengthening Community Institutional Capacity

Hari Rujito, Merry Muspita Dyah Utami, Hendra Yufit Riskiawan
The purpose of this research is to design social engineering through the development of a community institutional organization model with an organizational asset control system that is complemented by a design of the organizational control model that can be calculated to be more suitable to improve community...

Role of Indigenous People Institutions in Efforts to Reduce Mining Actions of C-Class Quarry Sand

Hesty Tambajong, David Laiyan, Fransin Kontu, Alexander Phoek Tjilen, Nur Djalal, Yenni Pintauli Pasaribu, Yorinda Buyang, Inggrid Marlissa
The Merauke Regency Government has officially issued Regional Regulation Number 6 of 2008 concerning Environmental Conservation, which regulates sand mining of C-class quary. As for all this time the community has been carrying out C-class sand mining activities continuously and without permission. This...