International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) 2023-09-30T12:28:25+07:00 Editor Open Journal Systems <p>The International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism, is published by the Islamic Education and Multiculturalism Foundation, Malang City, East Java Province, Indonesia. This journal is a journal that can be accessed openly and can be used as a scientific medium for all people, scholars in Islamic education, research and multiculturalism. Subjects include literature studies, field studies with various perspectives on Islamic education, research on humanity, civilization, diversity and diversity of society. This journal functions for scholars, researchers, lecturers, as well as professors from various institutions and affiliations in the world. IJIERM, published three times a year, in January, May and September. Always put the study of Islamic education in all studies as well as cross-cultural, religious, ethnic, racial, humanitarian sides. This journal, serves as a forum for the study of Islamic education, research, and multicultural education in Indonesia and the world in a global, local and interdisciplinary context.</p> THE CONCEPT OF PODCAST PRODUCTION DESIGN "RUANG KITA" AS A MEDIUM OF INSPIRATION FOR MILLENNIALS IN SELF-DEVELOPMENT 2023-09-30T12:28:25+07:00 Andreas Kurniawan Gabriela Bestiadeby Rinthia Mahardita Istifharin <p>Abstract Ruang Kita” is a program that has been designed with the aim of allowing millennials to enjoy themselves while obtaining a space where they can find self motivation and inspiration in this podcast program which has been packaged with a casual and educative conversation. The “Ruang Kita” podcast consists of 3 episodes. The first episode is titled Becoming a Content Creator for a Better Living which discusses the struggle of Rahel Tama, a college student who is currently building her career as a content creator.Second episode is titled From Passion to Career, which discussed the story of Kelvin Christian who is very passionate about his hobby in the coffee industry.Finally, the last episode is titled Starting a Business Successfully with Best Friend, which discussed the story of two best friends, Mufti and Miqdad in their Betta Fish Business together. This non thesis work uses New Media Theory which explains that the communication message is focused and easy to be channelled through the internet technology and involves the audience to increase the interaction and communication process. “Ruang Kita” will be uploaded to Spotify and Youtube as the main platform.</p> 2023-05-17T08:25:31+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) CLARITY OF REGULATORY OBJECTIVES REGARDING PRESIDENTIAL APPROVAL IN THE FORMATION OF MINISTERIAL / HEAD OF INSTITUTION REGULATIONS 2023-09-30T12:28:06+07:00 Marianus Aan Eko Widiarto Indah Dwi Qurbani <p>As the holder of power in the administration of government based on the constitution, the president has set a new policy, namely regarding the mechanism for granting presidential approval to draft regulations of ministers or heads of institutions. With the birth of this arrangement, every policy of ministers or heads of institutions with certain criteria must obtain presidential approval before being determined. The mechanism carried out after harmonization has indirectly obscured the stage of forming laws and regulations that are prevalent today. With juridical normative research methods that use statutory, conceptual, and historical approaches, it was found that the arrangement for granting presidential approval actually brought back classic problems. The arrangement is harmonized with other regulations. There is vagueness in sentence formulation, use of words, terms, or phrases, which causes multiple interpretations. The arrangement also comes out of the national policy framework related to simplifying regulations promoted by the president himself. In its formation, there is also the possibility of the influence of bureaucratic political practices or competition among state administrative work units in finding alternative solutions to problems that arise in society.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> 2023-05-30T16:44:14+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) FULFILLING THE CHILD WELFARE ON THE SPIRITUAL ASPECT AT THE CHILDREN CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION 2023-09-30T12:27:46+07:00 Irma Welly Isbandi Rukminto Adi Eva Achjani Zulfa <p>Fulfillment of the welfare of children in conflict with the law (ABH) in the spiritual aspect is to changes in behavior of the of children in conflict with the law who are undergoing coaching at the Child Correctional Institution (LPKA). The target of fulfilling the spiritual aspect is increasing religious knowledge and the practice of worship. The purpose of this study was to analyze the fulfillment of the welfare of children in conflict with the law related to spiritual needs in Child Correctional Institute (LPKA) Bandung, Palembang and Tangerang. This study uses a qualitative approach with explanatory research. This study also used a purposive sampling technique. As for the data collection conducted by researchers, namely in-depth interviews, observation and documentation studies. The results of the research explore the spiritual condition of children in conflict with the law, the efforts made, and the existence of risk factors and protective factors that affect children at the micro system level. Changes in the behavior of children are being able to carry out worship even though the implementation of worship is carried out because of obligation not because of their own awareness, children carry out worship because of their own awareness that they get from training. Another change is that children have the initiative to carry out other acts of worship such as reading the Quran before prayer, performing midnight prayers at night.</p> 2023-06-02T11:06:09+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) SUPERIOR PERMISSION IN DIVORCE FOR CIVIL SERVANTS FROM THE VIEW OF RELIGIOUS LAW 2023-09-30T12:27:25+07:00 Dumaria Evi Mawartiku Palamarta Br. Gultom Rosnidar Sembiring Yefrizawati Afnila <p><span lang="EN">Divorce is a complex problem in married life. Whatever problems occur in the household, whether in state law or religious law in force in Indonesia, divorce is the last way to solve them. Divorce can only be carried out before the court if the court fails to reconcile the two parties through mediation. Basically, civil servant divorce is the same as other communities, but the difference is that civil servants must first obtain permission from their superiors before carrying out the divorce. Civil servants must ask their superiors for permission through a hierarchical system, which takes a long time to get permission to divorce. If you look at these requirements for civil servants who are going to divorce, it is very difficult, but if divorce is the only way, then it is certain that the civil servant will receive sanctions. And in practice, permission from superiors as a requirement for civil servant divorce is difficult to issue from superiors who wish to divorce. So that in some cases the court gave divorce decisions to Civil Servants without a letter of permission from their superiors. Whereas in legal religious law in Indonesia, divorce can occur if the terms and conditions are met. This is the topic of the problem that the author wants to examine in this paper. What becomes the formulation of the problem is how is the superior's permission in civil servant divorce from the point of view of religious law? The legal research method used is normative juridical, namely a scientific research procedure to find the truth based on the scientific logic of law from a normative perspective. The approach used is a statutory approach related to the subject matter involved. If viewed from the point of view of religious law that is recognized in Indonesia (Islam and Non-Islam), divorce is indeed not recommended in the rules of religious law, but if circumstances demand this to happen then one must follow the rules and reasons determined by every legal religion in Indonesia. Because this concerns a person's right to determine a peaceful, secure and prosperous life. Through the research process above, it can be concluded that the decision in determining divorce is always given to the decision of each individual. Because freedom in determining life choices and being able to take responsibility for every risk of that choice. Every rule in the official religion in Indonesia considers divorce not a recommended action but if in reality divorce is the final solution, the rules in religion will not prevent it. This is the real basis for each individual, including State Civil Apparatus, in choosing a decision in their marriage, namely ending it in divorce. Permission from superiors is only an obstacle to solving problems in the household of an State Civil Apparatus. From this article, it is hoped that in the future, permission from superiors in the event of an State Civil Apparatusdivorce does not interfere in principled matters in the marital life of its employees, but is only administrative in nature. So that the goal of a peaceful and prosperous State Civil Apparatuslife can be carried out properly.</span></p> 2023-06-02T11:29:19+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) THE EFFECT OF FOREIGN DEBT, FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, AND INFLATION ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN 7 ASEAN COUNTRIES FOR THE PERIOD 2012-2020 2023-09-30T12:27:06+07:00 Shella Yuliana Neli Aida Arivina Ratih Taher I Wayan Suparta <p>This study intends to conduct empirical testing related to the effect of foreign debt, foreign direct investment, and inflation on economic growth in 7 ASEAN Countries during the period 2012-2020. The research method uses a quantitative approach with populations using Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. The data analysis technique uses panel data regression with skunder research data type. The results showed that partially foreign debt had a negative and significant effect on economic growth. Meanwhile, foreign direct investment has a positive and significant effect on economic growth. Meanwhile, inflation also has a positive and significant effect on economic growth. However, simultaneously, foreign debt, foreign direct investment, and inflation affected economic growth in 7 ASEAN countries during the 2012-2020 period.</p> 2023-06-04T11:04:44+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) ORGANOLEPTIC TEST AND ANALYSIS OF IRON (FE) ICE CREAM WITH MORINGA LEAF JUICE 2023-09-30T12:26:47+07:00 Evynurachma Dwi Hendriani Rosalin Ariefah Putri <p>Moringa is a&nbsp;&nbsp; type of&nbsp; food that is very useful and&nbsp; contains many&nbsp; nutrients, both&nbsp; macronutrients&nbsp; and&nbsp;&nbsp; micronutrients&nbsp; that have been widely used in dealing with&nbsp; malnutrition&nbsp; especially in pregnant women and can improve the immune system. In developing countries&nbsp; Ice cream is&nbsp; the&nbsp; most popular food and&nbsp; is very popular with all circles of society because it tastes very good and, soft texture&nbsp;&nbsp; and&nbsp;&nbsp; contains substances&nbsp; nutrition&nbsp; and can be one of the&nbsp; media in improving nutrition.&nbsp;&nbsp; To determine the&nbsp; acceptability and analysis of the&nbsp;&nbsp; Fe content of ice cream with the addition of Moringa leaves. This type of research is<em> experimental</em> with <em>&nbsp;pre</em> test <em>&nbsp;and post test group </em>&nbsp;designs, which are given adding Moringa leaves to the manufacture of ice cream with some concentration.&nbsp;&nbsp; Research on texture, as well as aspects of taste and value weighting results, the best formulation of ice cream with the &nbsp;addition of Moringa leaves is F1 compared to F2, F3, and F4, namely with a value of F1 60, F2 46.06, F3&nbsp; 42.01, F4 33.29, although when compared to F0 (ice cream krontrol) the value is lower at 54.65. Results&nbsp; of&nbsp; Iron (fe) analysis Ice cream with the addition of Moringa leaves&nbsp; increased from 3.3% to 4.1% This happened after the addition of 30 grams of Moringa leaves. From the results of the acceptability research on aspects of color, aroma, texture, and taste, the best formulation of ice cream with the addition of 30 gr Moringa leaves is F1 compared to F2, F3, and F4,&nbsp; namely with a value of F1 52.86, F2 42.86, F3 42.01, F4 33.29, although when compared to F0 (ice cream control) the value is lower at 54.65. There is an increase&nbsp; in&nbsp; Iron (Fe) content in ice cream with &nbsp;the &nbsp;addition of 30 g Moringa leaves which is 0.0888 g, compared to without the addition of Moringa leaves or 0 g which is 0.0686 g.</p> 2023-06-05T15:25:01+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Human Resource Development In Improving the Performance of Lecturers Majoring in Management, Pattimura University, Ambon 2023-09-30T12:26:27+07:00 Ferdy Leuhery <p>The performance of lecturers plays a crucial role in achieving educational goals, and the lack of adequate human resource development can hinder the quality of teaching. This research was conducted to develop human resources and improve the performance of Management Department lecturers at Pattimura University Ambon. Using qualitative research methods, in-depth interviews with lecturers and staff in the department were conducted, along with questionnaires to measure satisfaction levels with human resource development. The study revealed that the Management Department has implemented training and skills development, seminars and workshops, and curriculum development to enhance the performance of lecturers. Appropriate education and training can improve the skills and knowledge of lecturers, and their involvement in research and community service activities can enhance their ability to produce quality research and contribute to society. Institutional support and project-based or collaborative learning activities can also improve the performance of lecturers and increase student participation and skills. Recognizing and appreciating good lecturer performance can motivate them to continue performing well and contributing to the university and society. In conclusion, optimizing education and training, involvement in research and community service, institutional support, project-based or collaborative learning activities, and recognition and appreciation of good performance is crucial for human resource development to improve the performance of Management Department lecturers at Pattimura University Ambon.</p> 2023-06-12T10:39:52+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Landslide Susceptibility Assessment Using the Integration of Frequency Ratio and Weight of Evidence Model in North Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia 2023-09-30T12:26:05+07:00 Busthan Azikin Hendra Pachri Ilham Alimuddin Johan Eden <p>The Masamba area of North Luwu Regency has been hit by a flash flood disaster on July 13, 2020. The flash flood claimed dozens of lives, hundreds of people were injured and thousands of houses were submerged. Based on the analysis of several information, the cause of the flash flood in Masamba was due to high rainfall and landslides that occurred in the upstream area. Land movement vulnerability zoning is needed in this area to provide information in making disaster mitigation policies for post-disaster planning and development. Frequency Ratio and Weight of Evidence methods were applied in this study by using parameters such as: slope, lithology, land cover, rainfall, slope direction, slope convexity, distance from river, distance from fault and soil type. The Weight of Evidence method provides more accurate results with an accuracy rate of 99.83%. Vulnerability zoning of landslides in the Masamba area are grouped into 5 classes; The zone of vulnerability to soil movement is very high, around 6,822.27 ha or about 25.47% of the research area. The high ground movement vulnerability zone is about 4261.84 ha or about 15.91% of the research area.</p> 2023-06-12T11:14:49+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Indonesia's Role In Conflict Resolution In Afghanistan Through Soft Power 2023-09-30T12:25:46+07:00 Fajar Arif Rachman Mhd. Halkis <p>This research focuses on Indonesia's role in resolving the conflict in Afghanistan through soft power, specifically through cultural and religious equality approaches. The study highlights that the conflict in Afghanistan has had a negative impact on the country's development and stability. Indonesia's special attitude towards foreign policy activities involving Muslim countries is influenced by its large Muslim population and ties with other Muslim countries. The study utilizes qualitative methods, specifically a descriptive-analytic approach, to analyze the subject matter. The research subjects range from books, documents, regulations, meeting minutes, diaries, and historical artifacts. The findings indicate that Indonesia's soft power approach through cultural diversity and tolerance, as well as religious similarity, have contributed to its role as a mediator in the Afghan conflict. The research highlights the Indonesian government's efforts as well as the involvement of Afghan people in Indonesia and moderate Islamic organizations such as the Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah. Overall, this study sheds light on Indonesia's significant role in resolving the conflict in Afghanistan through soft power approaches.</p> 2023-06-12T12:07:56+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Geochemical Analysis of Hot Springs in Massepe, Tellu Limpoe Sidenreng Rappang Regency, South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia 2023-09-30T12:25:24+07:00 M. Fauzi Arifin Hendra Fachri Busthan Azikin <p>Location of the study is administratively located in the District Tellu Limpoe, Sidenreng Rappang Regency in South Sulawesi Province. Geographically located at coordinate 119°47'00" – 119°49'00" east longitude and 04°00'00"– 04°02’00" latitude. This study aims to determine the geological conditions and geochemical, it is hot spring types, and subsurface temperature of the geothermal Massepe area Sidenreng Rappang district of South Sulawesi Province. Methods of research are conducted in the form of data collection methods and methods of geological and geochemical laboratory analysis. The geomorphology of the study area consists of one unit, the unit is flat. The type of developing river is the river periodically with stadia geomorphology including adults. The stratigraphy of the study area is divided into two units of rocks, it is rock units of ignimbrite from Pare – Pare Volcanics Formation of Pliocene age and rock units of basalt from Soppeng Volcanics Formation of Early Miocene – Middle Miocene. The structure that developed in the research area is a joint and strike–slip fault, it is a Massepestrike–slip fault. Geothermal manifestations in the study area consist of 3 stations hotspring. The percentage values of ion content of HCO3-, Cl-, and SO42- in hot water samples were analyzed, indicating that the hot springs area of research, including the chloride water type. Estimation of subsurface temperature by using the geothermometer Na - K in the research area at station 1 – 3 is 162°C - 168°C, using the geothermometer Na - K - Mg are known, that the hot springs in the area of research included in partially equilibrated.</p> 2023-06-12T12:39:24+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) The Non-Governmental Organization (Ngo)/Community Organization (Co) Existence And The Likelihood Of The Local Conflicts: Evidence From Aceh Province 2023-09-30T12:25:05+07:00 Randa Sandhita <p>Aceh officially entered a post-conflict era in 2005, in its part of post-conflict peace development, the Local Conflict still escalated between citizens, between villages, between Ethnic, with local government, with the local security force, and between students and other group conflicts. This study examines the association of the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)/Community Organization (CO)’s to chance of having local conflict in village in Aceh. we use the data of the Indonesian village survey (Potensi Desa/Podes) in 2008, 2011, 2014, and 2018 from statistics Indonesia, and supported with interview results with 20 village leaders. We use Binary Logit to quantify the association between NGO/CO existence and the chance of likelihood of the local conflict. Our results show that the presence of NGO/CO within the village increases the chance of the likelihood of local conflict. And if there is an interaction between NGO/CO and BPD within the village, the presence of NGO/CO is decreasing the chance of likelihood of local conflict in Aceh.</p> 2023-06-16T12:10:30+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Characteristics the Marshall Test Subsitutution of Polypropylene Plastic Pellets as Filler in Mixture Asphalt Concrete Binder Course (AC BC) 2023-09-30T12:24:44+07:00 Asri Mulyadi Asrullah Asrullah Rita Anggrainy Irawan Irawan Choirul Rizal <p>This research was carried out on a laboratory experimental scale, with the aim of determining the characteristics of the Marshall test for the substitution of Polypropylene plastic pellets in the Asphalt Concrete Binder Course (AC BC) mixture. The substitution of Polypropylene plastic pellets in AC BC mixture is 1%, 2%, 3% of the weight of filler in AC BC standard mixture. From the test results, it can be concluded that the characteristics of the marshall test include VMA values, VIM values, VFA values, stability values, flow values, MQ values that meet the predetermined requirements both without filler and with filler.</p> 2023-06-22T11:20:53+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Sensory Characteristics of Walnut Fish Balls Made from Sago Flour Filler 2023-09-30T12:24:24+07:00 Meitycorfrida Mailoa Abraham H. Tulalessy <p>Meatballs are a type of food that is very well known and liked by the wider community ranging from children to adults. Meatballs made from skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) have not been found in the market, even though skipjack tuna in Maluku is one of the potential commodities. Skipjack tuna contains 19.6 g of protein and is very beneficial for the growth of children. The use of local food to process it into one nutritious food product is very important, meaning reducing dependence on food imported from outside the region. In addition to skipjack tuna, walnuts are also one of the local foods with high protein content (12.1%), so these two local foods from Maluku have been fortified into meatballs By using several formulation treatments, namely the ratio of fish to walnuts in percent (100: 0; 80: 20; 60: 40; 40: 60 and 20: 80). This study aims to determine the best formulation of meatballs from fish and walnut base ingredients and made from sago flour filler. The benefit of this study is that consumers can consume the meatballs produced, especially for stunted children who experience protein nutrition deficiencies. The experimental design used was a Factorial Complete Randomized Design using 5 treatments, namely skipjack tuna: walnut (%): (100: 0; 80: 20; 60: 40; 40: 60; 20: 80) with two replays So that 10 experimental units were obtained. The data is sensorily analyzed to determine its characteristics including hedonic tests (very like, like, somewhat like, and dislike) of taste, aroma, chewiness/texture, and color as well as quality tests hedonistic to the texture (very chewy, chewy, slightly chewy and not chewy) as well as flavor (very savory, savory, somewhat savory and not savory). Sensory tests were conducted on 30 somewhat trained and trained panelists. The data were analyzed in a fingerprinted manner and if there was a noticeable difference, it was followed by the Tukey test with a 95% confidence level.</p> 2023-06-22T15:50:24+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) The Effect of Digital Banking, Digital Transformation on the Efficiency of Commercial Banks in Indonesia 2023-09-30T12:24:05+07:00 Toto Sugihyanto Regina Jansen Arsjah <p>The purpose of this paper is to assess the efficiency of the general banking industry in Indonesia on the use of digital banking and digital transformation. This paper is a research paper with quantitative methods and uses primary data collected by researchers using questionnaires. As for the data analysis method with PLS software SmartPls. The respondents were employees of commercial banks consisting of ten Islamic commercial banks and eleven conventional commercial banks. Findings - Investigative findings show that the banking industry in Indonesia is generally on a trend of increasing efficiency after implementing digital banking and digital transformation. And Financial Innovation does not moderate digital banking and digital transformation towards efficiency. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; This study provides a basis for regulators and bankers to improve efficiency in the banking sector by improving services to customers through the application of digital banking and digital transformation in order to improve banking performance. Originality/value – This paper presents new empirical findings on the state of efficiency of Commercial Banks in Indonesia after using digital banking and digital transformation.</p> 2023-06-22T16:45:49+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) The Effect of The Number of Parking Spaces and Parking Rates on The Increase in Local Revenue Through the Potential For Parking Levies as an Intervening Variable (Study at the Batu City Transportation Agency) 2023-09-30T12:23:44+07:00 M. Jamal Abdul Nasir <p>The purpose of this study is to determine and analyze the effect of the number of parking spaces and parking rates either directly or indirectly on the original regional income in Batu City. The population used in this study was all employees of the Transportation Agency and this research used a data analysis method, namely Path Analysis with SPSS software version 25. This study used instrument test, classical assumption test, f test and R² test. The results of the study are as follows: (i) The number of parking lots has a positive and significant effect on the potential parking levy. (ii) Parking Rates have a positive and significant effect on Local Revenue. (iii) The number of Parking Lots has a negative and insignificant effect on the Local Revenue. (iv) Parking Rates have a negative and insignificant effect on Local Revenue. (v) The potential for the Parking Levy to have a positive and significant effect on Local Revenue. (vi) The number of Parking Lots has a positive and significant effect on Local Revenue through the Potential Parking Levy. (vii) Parking Rates have a positive and significant effect on Local Revenue through Potential Parking Levies.</p> 2023-06-22T17:41:38+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Privacy, Confidentiality, and Data Protection: Ethical Considerations in the Use of the Internet 2023-09-30T12:23:25+07:00 Devi Tri Indriasari Karman Karman <p>The Internet has had a profound, impact on society, enabling numerous benefits while also presenting significant challenges. While it has revolutionized communication, information access, and business operations, it has also created new ethical challenges, particularly with regards to inappropriate or negative content. Cybercrime, misinformation, disinformation, and user data exploitation are just a few examples of these issues. As the Internet's reach and influence continue to expand, it is critical to recognize and adhere to ethical principles in the digital world. This article aims to explore the importance of ethical principles in Internet use and their role in mitigating negative impacts. To achieve this objective, the paper conducts a literature review towards policy document and analyzes bibliometrics data against scholarly article databases indexed by Scopus and identify key point regarding ethical discourse.&nbsp; The article delves into the ethical implications of the Internet, including privacy concerns, confidentiality, decision-making, and data protection. In conclusion, it posits that the Internet should not be viewed simply as a tool but as a cultural artifact with the potential to shape society for better or worse. Therefore, it is our responsibility as users and stakeholders to understand and uphold ethical standards to ensure the responsible and equitable use of this powerful technology.</p> 2023-07-02T07:11:16+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION ON THE INFLUENCE OF VACCINE ON THE LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION OF COVID-19 VACCINATION IN VARIOUS PUSKESMAS IN NTT PROVINCE 2023-09-30T12:23:05+07:00 Sidarta Sagita Maria Agnes E. Djeha I Made Artawan <p style="font-weight: 400;"><em>Public knowledge about COVID-19 and vaccines can support the success of programs to deal with this disease. The scope of providing vaccine information in Indonesia is not maximized because it is still new and some people refuse to be vaccinated for reasons of worry about the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, they express distrust of vaccines and question the halalness of vaccines </em><em>. </em><em>To find out Information Analysis About the Effect of Vaccines on the Participation Rate of Covid-19 Vaccination at Various Health Centers in NTT Province </em><em>. </em><em>Obtain research knowledge regarding the influence of Information Analysis on the Effect of Vaccines on the Participation Rate of Covid-19 Vaccination at Various Health Centers in the Province of NTT. This research is also useful for helping research subjects increase their knowledge and insight into knowledge by participating in the COVID-19 vaccination at various NTT Provincial Health Centers </em><em>.</em></p> 2023-07-03T10:59:04+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Evaluation And Modeling of Business Processes in Employee Admissions Selection Using The Quality Evaluation Framework (Qef) Case Study (PT. Indofresh) 2023-09-30T12:22:46+07:00 Eko Andrianto Gerry Firmansyah <p>This study aims to simplify business processes to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of a recruitment process and improve the performance of the recruitment business process. In this study, the authors used descriptive research with a qualitative approach. The conceptual framework model in this research consists of problems, methods, comparative experiments, and results, so the research procedure also needs to be carried out because it is wrong one crucial process, from the results of the analysis using the Quality Evaluation Factor (QEF) researchers found that there were findings of four quality factors that did not match the target of the employee recruitment process in PT. Indofresh is the business process of receiving application files and screening application files, invitation business processes, business processes of candidates present in the test and psychological test process, and business processes of participants to continue the interview process. Of the four quality factors, researchers identified the causes of discrepancies in the recruitment process in observations and interviews conducted and used them as a basis for improvements to the corresponding kids. Modeling carried out using BPMN is then simulated to get several recommendation results on each quality factor.</p> 2023-07-06T08:20:22+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) Sustainability Status of Pond Aquaculture in Tambakbulusan Village on Social or Cultural Dimension and Legal or Institutional Dimension 2023-09-30T12:22:25+07:00 Firdausa Putra Agry Pujiono Wahyu Purnomo Tita Elfitasari <p><em>Sustainability in the management of aquaculture activities is very important because it will make the welfare of the stakeholders. The research objectives initiated in the context of this discussion include several things, 1) Analyzing the status or index of sustainability that extends to other dimensions including social or cultural, and legal in relation to aquaculture ponds in Tambakbulusan Village Karangtengah District Demak Regency, 2) Knowing what are the sensitive attributes (levers) that affect the sustainability of aquaculture in Tambakbulusan village. The benefits of research is expected to provide benefits to the provision of comprehensive information, especially for stakeholders will describe the status of the sustainability of aquaculture ponds Tambakbulusan village. The implementation time of the research is detailed in March to April 2023 with the chosen setting is Tambakbulusan Village, Karangtengah District, Demak Regency. The determination of methods related to data analysis is with quantitative methods assisted by qualitative data results. The data obtained came from primary and secondary data. Primary data were collected from direct observations and interviews in the field with 47 (forty-seven) respondents. The analysis used is Multidimensional Scalling Rapid Appraisal for Fisheries (MDS-RAPFISH) to analyze several aspects or dimensions of sustainability. The results of the sustainability analysis obtained are in the social or cultural dimension of 61.441 including also quite sustainable and in the legal or institutional dimension of 42.909 including less sustainable. Sensitive attributes in the social or cultural dimension are the attributes of participation in development forums, labor absorption, and family participation in aquaculture, and in the legal or institutional dimension, sensitive attributes are known to include the attributes of the intensity of law violations in relation to aquaculture, the existence of financial institutions, the availability of cultivator groups, and the existence of customary or religious law instruments.</em></p> 2023-07-06T08:52:17+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM) JURIDICAL REVIEW OF THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL OFFICE OF WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT AND CHILD PROTECTION OF TULUNGAGUNG REGENCY IN PROVIDING PROTECTION TO WOMEN AND CHILDREN 2023-09-30T12:22:05+07:00 Widowati Subadi <p>To be able to understand the understanding of childhood itself can be seen from various aspects of life so that it approaches the correct meaning, namely religious, economic, sociological, and legal aspects. Therefore, we want to focus on the implementation of the role of Social Service and the Empowerment of Women and Children of Tulungagung Regency Number 23 of 2017 concerning the Implementation of Women and Children Protection. The normative legal research method is one of the approaches used in legal research to analyze applicable legal regulations. This method focuses on analyzing legal sources, such as laws and regulations, court decisions, and other legal documents. Normative legal research methods make an important contribution to understanding and analyzing applicable legal regulations. This approach helps in building a solid legal argument, providing a deeper understanding of the existing legal framework. the role of Social Services and Women Children Empowerment and Women Children Empowerment and Women and Children Empowerment in this context: 1. Policy formulation: 2. Program coordination and implementation 3. Supervision and monitoring: 4. Service and assistance. 5. Education and socialization: The Social Office of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection only makes efforts to resolve reported cases of violations of children's rights 2) its role as a concept that the Social Office of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection of child victims of violence has run quite well by meeting existing standard operating procedures.</p> 2023-08-14T15:59:02+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Islamic Education, Research and Multiculturalism (IJIERM)