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Neutron ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 21 (2) ◽  
pp. 112-119
Kifayat Ali Larik ◽  
Abdul Karim Lashari

In this study it comes under the observation that there is a big effect on employees through Leadership skills. These effective practices make stronger to organization and another aspect with this observation is to clearly justify the effect of styles in a different way like Democratic, autocratic, and participative style on employees for enhancing their performance. The main objective with great Guidance it was analyzed that obviously autocratic style has much effect on employee performance inside the organization. On other side the way of participative is quietly good for further efficiency raising up. This study is based on qualitative approach, whereas Secondary research is on prior behalf. The reason behind this study is to have further discussion widely on employees’ performance as the readers can get bunch of knowledge about it. In secondary research it will be added to putt data via reports general information magazines and general Journal. Making widely valuable to this article it came to know that there is greater impact of Leadership style on employees acts the roe of behavior and its performance. Democratic style is highly useful beneficial for employees at all times while the participation style is also beneficial for employee’s performance on a long-term duration Few further recommendations are under the discussion in this thesis.

2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (3) ◽  
pp. 694-707
Amiruddin Amiruddin ◽  
Uswatun Hasanah ◽  
Yulita Suyatmika ◽  
Retno Pringadi ◽  
Budi Setiawan Ginting

This study was conducted to determine the ANBK system in improving the quality of internal education of MAS Insan Kesuma Madani madrasah. From this objective, it can be seen that the ANBK system in the Madrasah improves the quality of internal education. This research was conducted using a qualitative approach. Data collection techniques in this study using interviews, observation and documentation. Data analysis was carried out using the stages of the Miles and Huberman model such as: (1) collecting data, (2) reducing data, (3) presenting data, (4) drawing conclusions. The main problem in this research is that there are still some obstacles in implementing ANBK in the madrasa. The findings and conclusions of the study show that first, madrasas have several obstacles in operating hardware such as operating servers, labtops and software. second, madrasas have encountered difficulties in socializing to students to operate the labtop during the covid 19 pandemic. Third, the difficulty of networking in madrasas because they are located in remote areas has an impact on comfort in implementing ANBK. Keywords  : ANBK System, Internal Education Quality

2022 ◽  
Justice and Policy Journal of Social

Conceptually, violence that occurs in the whole world with a various form is an indication of power-abuse, gender inequality and domination. Dating-Violence is an act of violence that against a partner, whether physical, sexual or psychological, that are committed before marriage. Nowadays, it is a problem that is quite prominent in the world community.The objectives of this research to obtain a more specific pictures of a dating-violence behaviour.The method of this research used a descriptive-method using a qualitative approach. Descriptive research was conducted with the objectives of picturing or describing the object or phenomenon to be studied. The technique of this research was conducted using snowball sampling techniques.The samples in this research were Sekretaris Jenderal Pemerintahan Mahasiswa (PEMA). The student who experienced dating-violence at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of South Sumatera was the main sample of this research and another student, was her close-friend and families of students experiencing dating-violence. The data collection techniques using literature study, observation, and interviews. The data obtained and analysed by the researchers in order to found any new facts with a qualitative approach. The results of this research indicated that dating was no longer a matter of love and affection but rather someone tends to think that dating as a form of ownership not an exploratory process to get to know each other before stepping into a more serious step, namely marriage. Because of the opinion, it made a person committed violence to defend what was his/her own. The dating-violence were caused by several things, for examples: jealousy, infidelity, not obeying their couples’ orders. The were two kinds of violence experienced in dating: verbal violence which is a psychological violence and non-verbal violence which is physical violence.

2022 ◽  
Andara Muhlisidina ◽  
dennisa rachma fitriani ◽  
Luluk Yuliyana

This study aims to determine the management control is applied to the family firm so that it can affect the performance of management. This research is qualitative approach. The object of this research is Tahu Mekar Group that located in Ngunut. Data collection methods used were interviews, observation and document analysis. Resultsfrom this study indicate that the performance of management improvement achieved is quite affected family company of the Management control is less aware ofits existence.

نسيمة بنت ربيع اليافعية ◽  
محسن بن ناصر السالمي

The study aimed to identify the trends of Islamic education teachers in the Dhofar Governorate of the Sultanate of Oman towards teaching the topics of the Islamic Faith. The study adopted the qualitative approach using interviews within focus groups, on a sample consisting of (14) teachers, and through analyzing the data, the teachers ’attitudes were classified into four axes: what is related to the topics of the Islamic faith, and what is related to the methods of teaching the Islamic faith and its teaching aids, and what is related to the teacher, and what is related to the student, The results showed that most of the teachers ’attitudes were not positive towards teaching the Islamic Faith in all axes.

2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 89-99
Nor Syahirah Abu Bakar ◽  
Mohd Aderi Che Noh

The method of conversation is one of the mediums used by teachers in achieving their teaching objectives. The results of the discussion sessions made by students in the group succeeded in achieving student understanding of the lessons being taught. At the same time, this discussion method can be used for all subjects based on the teacher's creativity. This study will focus on conversation methods in the teaching of Islamic education in low schools. This study aims to identify the concept of the discussion method, how to apply the conversation method in teaching Islamic education in ordinary schools, and review the effectiveness of the conversation method. This study was carried out using a qualitative approach based on library studies and informal interviews with bright teachers of low school Islamic education. Document analysis and independent studies are also used as references. The study results found that this discussion method was suitable for use in teaching Islamic education at the low school level. The teacher's use of correct conversational methods gives the impression of understanding, motivation, and academic improvement in student learning.

Zed Bachmid ◽  
Malkan Malkan ◽  
Ali Imron

The study focuses on the practical concept of the unregistered marriage at the Marawola Sub-district. It seeks to understand factors that cause the practices and their sociological impacts. The study aims to recognize the practical concept of the unregistered marriage, factors affecting the practices, and their sociological impacts. The study is a descriptive research by nature. It employs different data collection techniques while adopting qualitative approach in its data analysis. The setting of the study is at the Marawola Sub-district. The findings of the study show that there were a lot of people in the community under the authority of the Marawola Sub-district practiced unregistered marriages. They made mention that the reasons for their practices which were derived from their interviews were legal because they believed that the unregistered marriages have fulfilled terms and conditions for lawful marriages. They argued that a marriage registration is only for the legalization of the marriage. The reasons for the unregistered marriage practices covered many factors. First, it is due to the ignorance of the community in regards to procedures for a marriage registration at the Marawola Sub-district. Other reasons are related to administrative requirements for a marriage registration and marriages by accident due to pregnancies. In addition, unlawful actions of irresponsible individuals in the community who helped perpetrators to find a shortcut for the Unregistered Marriages could also cause the insurgence of the practices. These all brought sociological impacts in their society especially for wives and children where there is no legal protection for them. Hence, there was no recognition from formal law which then resulted in long-term social impacts and negative turmoil in the community.

2022 ◽  
Vol 9 (2) ◽  
pp. 159-192
Rita Akele Twumasi

Death is part of human existence. When a person hears the news of someone’s death, it is very common for that person to express their feelings about it. This feeling is in the form of condolences which express the speaker’s sorrow, and condolences fall into the category of speech act. Semantically, condolences have a social meaning which refers to language use. Identities are created in relationships with others, and condolences are major platforms for the construction of identities, in that, existing relationships are, clearly, manifested in the messages that sympathizers expressed. Using a qualitative approach, the study analyzed twenty condolence messages which were purposely sampled from condolence messages posted in the portals of International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), when one of its members passed away. The analysis of the data revealed two main identity types enacted for the deceased: role identity and Social Identity. The major Role identity enacted, metaphorically, was Father while the least role was Achiever. Second, identity as an International Figure was dominant with the Social roles, but Good Personality was used less frequently. The present study adds to studies in identity construction, in general, and studies in condolence messages, in specific.

2022 ◽  
Vol 9 (1) ◽  
pp. 26-41
Kholil Kholil ◽  
Andi Amrullah ◽  
Fahrudin Faiz

This research aimed to see how BAZNAS communicates its authority based on Law 23/2011 to its stakeholders. Zakat management in Indonesia is being regulated by the Law Number 23 of 2011 which replaced Law Number 38 of 1999. The change of regulation was expected to push Zakat collection higher as its great potential, but until 2019 there was no significant change in the amount of Zakat collection. We see the problem in the authority changes that have not working optimally. Thus, this research can help BAZNAS to map out the problems related to the implementation of Law 23/2011. The research used a qualitative approach by conducting in-depth interviews, library and documentation studies. Eleven expert informants were chosen for their connection and understanding of BAZNAS. The results showed that the BAZNAS authority was accepted by all stakeholders even though it did not take place as the prerequisite for the acceptance of Barnard's authority. The changes in authority had been understood by the leaders but only halfway understood by the employees. The changes in the authority were following the vision and mission of BAZNAS. However, they were still not in line with the expectations of many parties. Finally, the changes in the BAZNAS authority were still not fully implemented by BAZNAS stakeholders. The regulatory changes could not be fully implemented yet due to differences in the interpretation of legal authority between each level of BAZNAS.  

2022 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
pp. 196-220
Atika Shafinaz Nazri ◽  
Kartini Aboo Talib@Khalid ◽  
Nidzam Sulaiman ◽  
Mary Ellen Gidah

Background and Purpose: NGOs have become the most vital actors in meeting refugees’ needs in Malaysia; alas, most of these concerns cover basic needs such as food, health care, and education. In this regard, this study investigates other forms of NGOs assistance that ought to be provided to Malaysia's refugee communities to enhance living standards.   Methodology: This study employs a qualitative approach consisting of semi-structured interviews with Somalian, Rohingya, Pakistani and Syrian refugees. Data were collected during observation trips in Penang, Kedah, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, and Johor to comprehensively understand these diasporic communities, notably regarding the challenges refugees face in Malaysia.   Findings: The data indicated that refugee communities are significantly in need of proper and accessible channels through which they might share their grievances, temporary shelters, mental health care, and language classes. The team concluded that these forms of assistance ought to be made available to all refugee communities in Malaysia. Without such forms of assistance from NGOs, refugees' lived realities are made invariably more difficult; this is in addition to their vulnerability to forces that threaten their security.   Contributions: This paper provides insights into the needs of refugees in Malaysia based on interviews and observations conducted with them. Based on the findings, this research provides recommendations to NGOs to ameliorate life necessities for refugee communities.   Keywords: Humanitarian assistance, Malaysia, NGOs, refugees, UNHCR.   Cite as: Nazri, A. S., Talib@Khalid, K. A., Sulaiman, N., & Gidah, M. E. (2022). Untangling the needs of refugees in Malaysia: The way forward.  Journal of Nusantara Studies, 7(1), 196-220. http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jonus.vol7iss1pp196-220

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