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    Ideological Conflict in Rembang (Case Study: Cement Mining Conflict in Rembang)

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    The ongoing conflict in Watuhputih has escalated into a contentious and complex issue that continues to capture public attention. The debates have given rise to a fierce clash of ideas, concepts, and interpretations of laws, ultimately leading to numerous lawsuits. This study uses a qualitative research approach with Wehr and Bartos analysis to analyze conflict dynamics in the cement factory conflict case in Rembang, Central Java. The qualitative method used a case study. Data collection techniques used in-depth interviews with sources from 20 informants and documentation from various mass media. The results of this study indicate that conflict dynamics are divided into pre-conflict, confrontation, and crisis. This study concludes that the conflict in Rembang has turned into an ideological conflict. Each group claims that the ideology understood the most correct between environmental sustainability, traditional and modern, capitalist. A dark history of conflict and prolonged dynamics causes ideological conflicts. The record of the conflict’s journey into a social movement in Rembang is a series of conflicts between the community and small-scale mining companies previously in conflict areas from the 90th year

    The Role of Parents in Implementing the Post-School Transition

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    The importance of parental involvement in every student's school life has been well-documented in various studies. However, empirical data in the field show that some parents of students with disabilities in Yogyakarta did not fully participate in it. This study aimed to describe the role of parents of students with disabilities in implementing the post-school transition. This study employed qualitative method and used interviews as data collection. The participants in this study were six parents of students with disabilities. This study also revealed that implementation of the transition program post-high school could succeed from parental efforts, namely: 1) the role of students were unique in the implementation transition post-school, 2) the parental role of the students’ need, particularly in the implementation of the transition period post-school, 3) the role of parents students’ need particular in giving training family in implementation of the transition period post school. However, there were a number of possible obstacles to influencing transition program success post-school, namely 1) concern about accompanying child post-school, 2) parents not knowing IEP, 3) parents not being involved in programming, and 4) parents empowerment as companions still less

    The Model for Maintaining Families with Noble Character During the Pandemic in Kampung KB Villages

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    This research is motivated by the lack of family resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic, especially from the perspective of Islamic education. So, research and development are needed to increase the resilience of character families. This research aimed to identify how the profile of family resilience with the Character of an Islamic education perspective during the Covid-19 pandemic in the family planning village and how the characteristic of family resilience with the Character of an Islamic education perspective during the Covid-19 pandemic in a family planning village that is valid, practical, and effective. The method used was research and development with qualitative and quantitative data approaches. The results were obtained through research on the Character Family Resilience Profile and Character Family Resilience Module. The family resilience profile based on the Islamic Education Perspective was characterized by five characteristics: Nationalism, independence, Mutual Cooperation, and Integrity as well as a character family resilience module during a pandemic in the KB village, which had been developed through a self-evaluation process, validation with five validators, one-on-one evaluation process, small group evaluation and extensive group evaluation resulting in a very valid, practical and effective module

    The Impact of Smartphone Addiction on Learning Outcomes Between Male and Female University Students

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    This study analyzed the impact of smartphone addiction on learning outcomes between males and females on learning outcomes. Several studies have analyzed the effects of smartphone addiction on student learning effectiveness. However, there are a lot of gaps in these studies, such as the selected sample, in which all the respondents are assumed to belong to a gender group. In this work, we categorize each respondent, based on gender, into male and female. 500 students from public and private universities in Indonesia participated in this study. The independent-sample t-test, linear correlation, and regression analysis determined the result. It was found that smartphone addiction had a significant negative correlation with learning outcomes in male students and no significant correlation in female students. Male students’ smartphone addiction had a higher effect on learning outcomes than females, with a percentage of 33.7%. This study contributes to improving the gender perspective on learning issues

    Peatland Management Policy: How to Build a Good Public-Private Partnership?

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    Despite the government of Indonesia’s best efforts, several issues have arisen from the lack of policy integration on implementing comprehensive policies for appropriate peatland management. Criticism claims that many current policies put short-term financial gain ahead of long-term sustainability. This study looks at the dynamics resulting from Indonesia’s disjointed implementation of the country’s peatland policy. This research examines laws and regulations on policy concerns adopted in peatland management through a public policy and legal approach. The study’s conclusions highlight the contradictory state of Indonesia’s peatland policy, which is marked by shifts that highlight competing values—giving development and sustainability equal weight, for example. During the dry season, smoke, recurrent fires, and associated health issues are inevitable

    Technoparks as Catalyst for Sustainable Future Innovative Ecosystem in Vocational Schools

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    Vocational schools are crucial in creating a skilled and adaptable workforce in an era of rapid technological development and a changing industrial landscape. This study aimed to describe integrating technology park activities to promote sustainability in vocational schools, focusing on the Center of Excellence (CoE) model. This study used mixed methods. The study was conducted at 22 High Vocational Schools (HVS) in Aceh Province, and the subjects of the study were 22 principals, 22 teaching factory coordinators and 110 students. Data collection methods were qualitative and quantitative data analysis using observation, interviews and recording followed by data reduction, data display and conclusions. The study was expected to provide a strategic framework for the sustainable development of vocational schools within the technology park paradigm. Students differentiated skills and characters and HVS collaboration through Techno parks by identifying the curriculum enhancement. The results showed a significant shift in vocational school curricula to more dynamic and technology-based curricula, a positive effect on hard skills (practical skills, technical influence) and soft skills (independence, teamwork, critical thinking) of students and active collaboration done through techno park activities

    The Resistance of Madurese Muslim Society to the Development of Non-Muslim Tourism Objects

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    Madurese’s resistance to the development of tourism facilities is based on the socio-cultural conditions of the community, which is less open to modernization. This research describes the form of resistance and reflects on its relation to Madurese society’s social and historical conditions. This research uses qualitative data with interview methods, collecting news on the internet, and literature studies. Data collection in this research begins with reading news on the internet on Madurese's resistance related to modern facilities and modern tourism, then conducting interviews with informants to confirm data from the news. Data analysis was carried out through three stages, namely describing data, classifying, and interpreting data thematically to reveal the meaning of the resistance by the Madurese community against the development of tourism facilities. The findings of this study highlight at least three main things, namely the forced closure of non-Muslim entertainment venues due to dissatisfaction with the resulting value shifts. Second, the presence of powerful actors triggers resistance from the community. Third, Madurese people tend to make tourism based on Islamic Sharia as they believe in their daily lives

    I Know You: User Profiling on Social Media Usage of Chinese Private University Students

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    Chinese university students’ use of social media is becoming increasingly diverse, and students from private universities in China have different group characteristics than those from public universities. This research endeavoured to establish a comprehensive user profile of Chinese private university students by examining their social media usage patterns. The purpose was to gain profound insights into the distinctive attributes of students in China’s private universities within the context of the current era characterised by extensive data availability. This study employed a questionnaire-based research approach to acquire a dataset consisting of 673 instances of social media usage among students enrolled in private universities in China. Subsequently, exploratory factor analysis was performed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) software, extracting five (5) categorical feature tags. Combined with the extracted feature tags and the usage status and perception dimension data, the K-means cluster analysis method was used to perform rapid clustering to derive four (4) differentiated groups comprising information exchange-oriented users, instrument-oriented users, dependent-oriented users and entertainment-oriented users. Furthermore, thorough analysis and description of the essential attributes for these 4 user profile categories have been conducted by incorporating the fundamental user information

    A Study of Embracing Adolescent Islamic Moral Values at Two Schools in Rural Area

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    Adolescent behaviour that embraces a lifestyle incongruous with Islamic moral values in the micro-social environment may impede the nation's development in the future. This phenomenon has emerged as a crucial and pressing issue in adopting Islamic moral values among adolescents. This research endeavored to gauge the impact and correlation of adhering to Islamic moral vertical and horizontal values on adolescent behaviour. The study also indicated variations in adopting vertical and horizontal moral principles among male and female adolescents. The research centred on senior high school students residing in rural regions of the North District in Aceh province. Three hypotheses were formulated and analyzed through IMB-SPSS.22.0. Data from 136 students aged between 16-19 years were processed using instruments sourced from the Muslim Personality-Religiosity Inventory (MPRI), which comprised twenty indicators, and t-tests and r2 were conducted. The research indicated a significant correlation and Influence between Islamic moral vertical and horizontal values and adolescent behavior. Furthermore, the study discovered that male and female students embrace vertical and horizontal moral values differently at a significant level. This finding confirmed that adopting Islamic moral values shapes students' conduct. Therefore, all adolescents must embrace Islamic moral values as they engage in their communities

    The Patterns of Ownership and the Registration of Customary Land in Manggarai Regency, Indonesia

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    This research analyzes ownership patterns and the process of legalizing customary land in Manggarai Regency. The research method used is qualitative with a descriptive approach and uses secondary data. Normative socio-juridical methods are also used to view and analyze the research data that has been collected. Data was collected through observations and interviews with traditional elders and members of traditional communities. The results showed that the legalization of Ulayat land greatly affected the pattern of land ownership in Manggarai and the change of entities from indigenous land to non-indigenous land that was initially jointly controlled or communal into individual rights due to the legalization or registration of land. Legalization of Ulayat land with a public dimension can only be done by measuring, mapping, and recording it in the land register. Meanwhile, Ulayat land with private dimensions can be issued a land certificate for individuals with a release mechanism from the customary leader to be used as state land. This legalization resulted in the depreciation of Ulayat land and the fading of customary bonds in Manggarai. This research provides insight into land legalization's legal and social impacts on Manggarai, highlighting significant changes in ownership structures and the loss of customary values


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