Proceedings of the Social and Humaniora Research Symposium (SoRes 2018)

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Persuasive Da’wah Activities and the Socio-Demographic Factor

Bambang S. Ma’arif, Parihat Parihat, Umar Yusuf, Suliadi Suliadi
Da’wah (Islamic communication, preaching) nowadays tend to its verbalistic activities (Da’wah billisan), but it is rare to conduct Da’wah bil-Hal (by doing). The aims of the research is to understand how the Profile of Persuasive Da’wah base on citizens’ demographic factor. The method of the study is...

Marketing Communication in Housewife Entrepreneurship

Wulan Trigartanti, Ike Junita Triwardhani
Housewives are currently required to have an entrepreneurial spirit to help improve the household economy while increasing their development of thought and quality of life, not just for themselves but for their families too. Some housewives choose to do home business in the informal sector to have the...

Literation of Al-Quran for Early Age with Playing Techniques

Muhamad Imam Pamungkas, Dewi Mulyani, Dinar Nur Inten
Al-Quran literacy in early childhood is introduced through learning and experiences related to the child's world and according to its development. Good and pleasant experiences will have a positive impact on children's development. Playing is the main thing for early childhood learning. This study uses...

Parenting Program for Factory Working Mothers

Enoh Enoh, Erhamwilda Erhamwilda, Nurul Afrianti
This study aims is to develop a parenting program based on parenting style for factory workers' mothers. Quantitative methods are used to describe the tendency of parenting factory workers based on the Baumrind classification (authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, or neglectful). Based on data processing,...

Effective Decision Making Influence on Nurse Performance in Al Islam Hospital Bandung

Caecielia Wagiono, Prathama Gilang
This study aimed to review the influence of effective decision making on nurse performance in Al Islam Hospital Bandung in 2017.This was a cross sectional quantitative verification analytical case study on a population of 212 nurses working at the Inpatient Unit. Sampling was performed using the proportional...

The Influence of Quality of Management Accounting Information System on the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance and It Impacts on the Company Performance

Rini Lestari, Diamonalisa Sofianty, Ririn Sri Kuntorini
The decrease of sharia commercial banks performance in the several years (2014-2017) may be caused by the low of implementation of good corporate governance’s (GCG) principles. And the low of implementation can caused by the low of Quality of Management Accounting Information System (QMAIS). This study...

Knowledge Sharing as a Model in Building Sustainable Learning Organization

Muhardi Muhardi, Nurdin Nurdin, Aminuddin Irfani
This research aims to discover the efforts made by pesantren (Islamic boarding school) to be a sustainable learning organization that continuously adapts and innovates in an ever-changing environment. This research took two pesantrens in Sukabumi and Garut, Indonesia, as sample units. The research data...

Developing a Waqf Institution through Repairment Management and Insitutional Legalization

Rodliyah Khuza'i, Nia Kurniati, Hendi Suhendi, Muhammad Fauzi Arif
Foundation Waqf of Baitul Hidayah is a waqf institution under The Institution Baitul Hidayah. During three years of operation The Management of The Institution has been less than optimal. This research aims to find a solution for the development and management of The Foundation Waqf of Baitul Hidayah....

Promotional Optimization in Developing Creative Industrial Products of MSMEs

Yusuf Hamdan, Aning Sofyan, Anne Ratnasari, Dikdik Tandika
Entrepreneurs communicate with prospective customers through various forms of promotion, where prospective customers will get to know the product, and persuade them to like and buy products. The purpose of the study was to analyze the promotions carried out by Adorable projects covering the marketing...

Business Presentation to Increase Product Sales of Farm Group Members

Yusuf Hamdan, Aning Sofyan, Anne Ratnasari, Yenni Yuniati
The government and other institutions are trying to improve the competitiveness of entrepreneurs engaged in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) by making an effort to conduct training for entrepreneurs, so that they proactively develop their businesses by implementing good business practices....

The Relationship of Organizational Culture and Management Policy in the Utilization of Social and Economic Value of Zakat

Sri Fadilah, Rini Lestari, Yuni Rosdiana
The purpose of this research is to see the correlation of organizational culture and management policy in the utilization of social and economic value of zakat. The role of zakat intermediation will be related to management policy, especially in achieving the objectives of zakat distribution program,...

Social Interaction between Hinduism and Muslim Group

Wulan Purnama Sari
As a multicultural country, Indonesia is very vulnerable to any kind of conflicts. This can be seen from many cases of conflicts that have occurred in recent times, such as conflicts in Poso, Ambon, Lampung, etc. It is precisely, what makes the issue of harmony being discussed lately. Amid the enormous...

The Indonesian Law Perspective on the Authority of Beauty Practitioners in Performing Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Sri Ratna Suminar, H. M. Faiz Mufidi
In recent years, Indonesia has faced the impact of advances in medical technology, and one of them is the development of aesthetic plastic surgery. Currently, aesthetic plastic surgery can be easily carried out not only by doctors but also by beauticians at a salon. It is because there is no clear regulation...

Teacher Communication in Entrepreneurship Learning for Children at Schools

Ike Junita Triwardhani, Wulan Trigartanti, Alhamuddin Alhamuddin
The era of globalization in context of today's society makes entrepreneurship crucial since it concerns the development of a nation. Since this is something new, there are variety of unique ways to convey entrepreneurial values to children. Teacher communication is performed within the scope of interaction...

The Influence of Parental Support on Student Engagement through Self-System Processes

Sulisworo Kusdiyati, Dwi Agustin Nuriani Sirodj, Yuli Aslamawati
Nowadays studies concerning student engagement, examine the aspects of self-system processes individually. However, little knowledge of how all aspects of self-system processes influence student engagement together. To fill this gap, researchers conducted a study aimed at analyzing the effects of parental...

The Holes in Structural Holes Theory (A Literature Review)

Agustinus Rusdianto Berto, Ilya Revianti Sudjono Sunarwinadi
Criticisms against structural holes theory have led to serious debates about the existence of the roles of tertius gaudens in managing various types of information. This research aims at mapping the fundamental debates of structural holes theory. Accordingly, the author has reviewed sixty (60) previous...

Sentics (Emotional Communication) Management on Islamic Review in Family Environment

Aziz Taufik Hirzi
Sentics is interpreted as emotional communication in Islam provides space for parties to maintain themselves, love others, respect others, and work together to build togetherness. This research aims to trace the sentics management (communication of emotion) than to the seven basic emotions relate to...

The Judgment of Judge Against Intention in Determining Criminal Responsibility of Corruption’s Perpetrators to Seek Material Truth

Dey Ravena, Hedi Wahyudi, Ade Mahmud
Understanding the intention factors in the perpetrators of corruption is an ability that should be possessed by judges to gain or at least approach to material truth. The lack of judges’ knowledge in digging intention influences the quality of judges' decisions. Purposes of research to determine the...

Factors that Influence Countries in Fully Adopting International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

Avincennia Vindy Fitriana
This research aims to examine the factors that influence a country in fully adopting IFRS. The factors being tested are Economic Growth and Foreign Direct Investment. The samples in this study are 65 countries consisting of 37 countries fully adopting IFRS and 28 countries not fully adopting/not adopting...

Early Childhood Education Management Workshop to Improve the Quality of Pos PAUD Service

Nan Rahminawati, Arif Hakim, Ayi Sobarna, Masnipal Masnipal
The education practice cannot be separated from education administration. At the level of early childhood education organized by mothers of Posyandu cadres who are in rural areas commonly called Pos PAUD there are still many weaknesses in carrying out the right education administration. The results of...

Islamic Work Ethics Implementation in Islamic Bank

Nurfahmiyati Nurfahmiyati, Allya Roosallyn A, Westi Riani
People’s believes that forms the aqidah relating to work may affects the optimal performance of individuals in the organization. Previous researches state that well-implemented Islamic work ethics has a direct and positive influence on various dimension of attitudes in organizational change and individual...

Total Communication Learning Model: Using pictures, writing and reading to increase language capacity for deaf children

Purwowibowo Purwowibowo, Kris Hendrijanto, Agus Trihartono
This research described the use of total communication learning model in enhancing the language capacity of deaf children. Conventionally, the learning model employed in teaching deaf children is based on sign language and this limit their ability to communicate with people that are not deaf. Furthermore,...

Criminal Liability of Sharia Banks in Financing Disbursement

Neni Sri Imaniyati, Ade Mahmud, Toto Tohir
This research aimed at finding the qualifications of banking crimes in financing disbursement to sharia banks and the application of corporate liability system in financing disbursement in sharia banks. This research by using a normative juridical approach, analytical descriptive, secondary data types,...

Challenge and Opportunity in the Implementation of ASEAN Economic Community in West Sumatera

Deswita Rosra
The purpose of this paper is to discover the challenge and opportunity in the implementation of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in West Sumatera region. The existence of AEC drives the countries in ASEAN region to improve their economy in order to face the global competition. This research uses normative...

Predicting Employee Engagement: A study among millennials

Ridwan Firdinata, Hendriyani Hendriyani
This research aims to confirm a model of factors than influencing employee engagement, that is the work itself, working environment, leadership, opportunity for personal growth, and opportunity to contribute. Using survey, the sample is taken from the list of millennial employees of one of the oldest...

The Analysis of Private University Service Quality and Image

Nurrahmawati Nurrahmawati, Tresna Wiwitan, M. E. Fuady
One of the important college aspects is service, where colleges are expected to be able to provide the best service for the public. Private Universities must improve various qualities and academic and non-academic components. This aspect can be reflected in 'how private universities provide their services...

The Role of Komite Persiapan Penegakan Syariat Islam (KPPSI) Organization for Development of Islamic Civil Society in the Bugis Community of South Sulawesi, Indonesia

Muhammad Saleh Tajuddin, Musafir Musafir, Achmad Achmad, Andi Tenri Yeyeng, Ahmad Hasyim
This writing describes the role Komite Persiapan Penegakan Syariah Islam (KPPSI) organization for development of civil society in Bugis community of South Sulawesi. The study used interviews as the data collection. Secondary data are collected from books, journals, and documents. This study used Antony...

The Role of Pusat Kesehatan Masyarakat (Puskesmas) in Early Detection of Violence Against Children

Ninuk Permata Sari
Cases of violence against children in Indonesia are increasing year by year. In an effort to fulfill the mandate of Law No. 35 of 2014 concerning Amendments to the Child Protection Act, the Indonesian government has provided health care facilities at the basic level, namely the Pusat Kesehatan Masyarakat...

Being Young and Interreligious: Makassar young muslim generation views toward interfaith dialogue

Muhammad Galib Mattola, Muhammad Saleh Tajuddin, Syamsul Arif Galib
This study examines the views of young Muslim generation in Makassar who are actively involved in interfaith programs. This study identified that most of students who are actively involved in interfaith dialogue are lack of theological foundation but keen to understand more about the ethic of interfaith...

The Implementation of Micro Financing in Sharia Commercial Banks in Undertaking Social Intermediary Function

Neneng Nurhasanah, Maman Surahman, Nunung Nurhayati
This research aimed at describing the implementation of microfinance in BUS and the application of intermediary social function of sharia bank. The method used descriptive qualitative approach about the implementation of microfinance in BUS in West Java with library research, documentation, and interviews....

Group Information Society (KIM) in Representing Information and Prosperous Village in Ogan Komering Ulu (OKU) Regency, South Sumatera

Isnawijayani Isnawijayani, Siti Rahayu
This study aims to describe and analyze the Group Information Society (KIM) in Realizing the Information and Prosperous Village in Ogan Komering Ulu (OKU) South Sumatra, Baturaja which is not so well-known. This qualitative research makes informants as primary data sources besides researchers also observe...

Gratitude and Well-Being in Unfixed-salary Teacher

Ma’muliah Annida Nurul ‘Ilmi, Sulisworo Kusdiyati
The purpose of this research is to obtain empirical data regarding the closeness of the relationship between gratitude and well-being for unfixed-salary teachers in the "X" junior high school Bandung Regency. This research uses a correlation method with Pearson correlation test, and the measuring-instruments-used...

Reconstructing Clean Water Policy Based on the Perspective of Idea Law of Pancasila the Indonesia’s Principles

Arinto Nurcahyono, M. Husni Syam, Eka An Aqimuddin
The purposes of the research are to create a clean water policy formulation or model which is based on justice for future generations and to reconstruct the clean water management policy which is currently oriented to economic interests, not the public interest. Water is a basic human need and cannot...

Environmental Journalism in the Flood News: An advocacy model

Septiawan Santana, Zulfebriges Zulfebriges, Doddy Iskandar
The purpose of this study was to find out about mass media advocacy activities in flood reporting through environmental journalism activities. This study uses the Case Study Method. In conclusion, the media uses model advocacy: Evaluation and rehabilitation, and fostering and structuring the environment,...

Effect of Greenhouse Gas Emission Disclosure, Environmental Performance, and Disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility Report on Financial Performance

Dewi Murdiawati
This study aims to examine whether the disclosure of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions proxied by the GHG Emission index, environmental performance proxied by the PROPER rating, and CSR disclosures proxied by the CSR index affect the financial performance proxied by Tobin's Q. To test these three hypotheses,...

The Construction of Terrorism Issue in Indonesian Movie Entitled 3 (Alif Lam Mim) by Anggy Umbara

Muh. Bahruddin, Ibnu Hamad
This study aims to explore Peircean semiotic text analysis with mise en scene concept. Researcher use a counter hegemony approach to see the ideology of filmmaker. For This combination is used to identify terrorism issue constructed by an Indonesian movie entitled 3 (Alif Lam Mim) by film director Anggy...

The Ambiguity of Implementation of Full Protection and Security Principle in Indonesia Investment Law

Eka An Aqimuddin, Frency Siska
Regarding international investment law, protection against foreign investment is a fundamental principle. The principle of protection is meant to attract foreign investors to increase state revenues. Full Protection and Security or FPS is one of protection principle that cover physical and non-physical...

The Significance of Islamic Education in Building the Perfection of Moral

Muhammad Amri, La ode Ismail Ahmad
The purpose of. The research is a qualitative approach to literatures. The focus of research is the significance of Islamic education in building the moral perfection. Sources of primary data in this study in the form of words or theories that exist in the various references of data in forms of literature...

English Club Usage by Santri of Baitul Hidayah Islamic Boarding School as an Act to Prevent Disruption Era (A Case Study of Pesantren Baitul Hidayah, Cimenyan, Bandung)

Yuristia Wira Cholifah, Erik Setiawan, Arbaiyah Satriani, Dian Widya P S
This recent paper tries to examine how santri take benefit from the existence of an English Club at their school in terms of increasing their understanding of having ability in mastering a foreign language. This research is performed at an Islamic boarding school Baitul Hidayah, Cimenyan, Bandung Regency....

Control of Foreign Labor in Indonesia

Rini Irianti Sundary, Deddy Effendy, Irawati Irawati
The presence of foreign investment income and capital investment in the country has allowed the inclusion or use of foreign citizen labor entrants. The influx of foreign labor beginning with Indonesia which became part of the community like the WTO (World Trade Organization), the AFTA (ASEAN Free Trade...

The Role of Bakamla in Law Enforcement in Indonesian Waters and Indonesian Jurisdiction

Dwi Astuti Palupi
Indonesia is a "paradise" for international shipping, Indonesia is at the crossroads for ships from west to east and vice versa. Indonesia also has several strategic Choke Points (crossing points) for international shipping lines such as the Malacca Strait, the Makassar Strait, and the Lombok Strait....

Process of Translation of the Children’s Worlds Subjective Well-Being Scale in Indonesia

Ihsana Sabriani Borualogo, Erlan Gumilang, Ali Mubarak, Andhita Nurul Khasanah, Miki Amrilya Wardati, Fanni Putri Diantina, Isniati Permataputri, Ferran Casas
Indonesia has been participating in the Children’s Worlds international project on conducting a survey of children’s well-being. A new context-free multi-item scale named CW-SWBS (Children’s Worlds Subjective Well-Being Scale) has been used on this survey. Since the original version of the scale was...

Analysis of Migrant Family – Based Program

Nia Kurniati Syam
In family of an Indonesia migrant worker (PMI), the worker is experienced either by a husband or a wife. Children growth becomes an important attention of the PMI families This based research paper is aimed at analyzing a Program of Community based Parenting (PAMB) implemented by Family Welfare Empowerment...

Friendly Character of Civil Service Police (Descriptive Study on Civil Service Police in Bandung, West Java)

Susandari Susandari, Makmuroh Sri Rahayu, Ria Dewi Eryani
Purpose of this study is to find the dominant characters of Bandung Civil Police personnel’s. The instrument is Value in Action-Inventory Scale, based on the Peterson and Seligman theory, with 100 personnel of Bandung Civil Police located in Red Zone area as sample. Results showed five dominant characters:...

Information Resilience in Overcoming Vulnerability of Reproductive Health in Young Women

Nova Yuliati
Reproductive function is constructed by the community as the responsibility of women, with their given sex. In fact, they must bear the consequence of violations of sexual behavior. This paper reveals the sexual and social risks faced by young women related to reproductive health in Bandung City. Using...

Empowering Women in Politics through Women's Political Organization

Dede Lilis Chaerowati, Nova Yuliati, Mochamad Rochim
This paper examines the role of women in the political sphere through The Indonesian Political Women's Caucus or KPPI as a woman's organization of political activists who want to ensure that the democratic process in Indonesia will fulfill, protect and guarantee women's rights, including in the political...

The Role of Karang Taruna in Increasing the Economic Productivity of Peuyeum Industry in Bandung

Dudung Abdurrahman, Tia Yuliawati, Mochamad Malik Akbar Rohandi, Nadri Taja
This paper aimed to empower Karang Taruna to participate in Peuyeum Cimenyan business management in order to increase the economic productivity of peuyeum industry in Bandung. This paper uses participatory techniques through counseling and training methods. The participants in the counseling and training...

Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility Framework in Mining Companies

Neni Yulianita, Nurrahmawati Nurrahmawati, Tresna Wiwitan
The research objective is to find out, analyze, and discuss the CSR model implemented in the three mining companies. Research uses qualitative methods with a case study approach. The results showed that the three mining companies studied generally had similarities in implementing the framework of CSR,...

Internalization of Religious Values in Z Generation through 5 (T) Program

Nadri Taja, Abas Asyafah, Encep Syarief Nurdin
The purpose of this study is to describe the religious values developed by SMK IT (Islamic Vocational High School) Nurul Imam through the 5 (T) program, namely, orderly (tertib), organized (teratur), focused (terarah), diligent (tekun), and devoted (taqwa), which can be used as a source of Islamic education....

Types of Bullying in Junior High School Students

Andhita Nurul Khasanah, Dwi Agustin Nuriani Sirodj
According to the Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI), bullying in Indonesia ranks fourth in child abuse cases. In accordance with McManis, highest prevalence of abuse cases occurred in early adolescence stage that equivalent to the level of junior high school in Indonesia. This study aims to...