IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS)

February 2018 Volume 23 - Issue 2

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Women's Cooperative Development Strategy to Improve Their Welfare (Case Study in Gianyar Regency, Bali Province, Indonesia)
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Ida Ayu Nyoman Saskara || Anak Agung Istri Ngurah Marhaeni
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Abstract: Women cooperative (Kopwan) which is a cooperative run and consisted of women, has demonstrated its ability to be competitive in providing good service to its members. Women are no longer just a housewife but cooperative has proved its superiority to empower women as a pioneer in helping small business in the region. The purpose of this research i.e.: (1) analyze the role of Kopwan on the welfare of its members; (2) analyze the Kopwan development strategy; and (3) analyze the potential growth of Kopwan in the future. The research was conducted by survey method. Data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. The results showed that Kopwan instrumental in improving the welfare of members and their families. The women members of Kopwan feel helpless and can contribute more than its position as a housewife. Grand strategy for the development of Kopwan in Gianyar Regency is growth and build strategy.

Keywords: strategy, SWOT analysis, welfare, women cooperative (kopwan).

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[3] Saskara, et al., 2015. The Role of Social Capital in Gianyar Regency. LPPM UNUD. Denpasar.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: Policy Implication for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) In West Africa
Country : West Africa
Authors : Dr. Mutiullah Olasupo || Dr. Onwuagana Okafor
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Abstract: Money laundering and terrorist financing are not new phenomenon in West Africa. They are deep-rooted than the literature has portrayed due to the corrosive effect on a country‟s economy, government and social well being. This paper reflects on the conventional manner in which money laundering and terrorist financing have been treated in the extant literature and upholds that there is a need to review the risks of money laundering and the financing of terrorism on a regular and ongoing basis so as to achieve sustainable development in West Africa countries. Being a clandestine operation, conspiracy theory is adopted and the paper discovers that while the immediate impetus of money laundering and terrorist financing was the reason that many African countries failed to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the challenge of political instability in Africa fuelled especially by..........

Keywords: Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, Sustainable Development

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Government Policy Strategy in Waste Management on Trade and Reservation Center in Manado City
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Hari Walujo
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Abstract: The strategy of urban development is very important to be defined in the policy. Some areas in Manado city at certain time are not clean from garbage. Wenang village which is the center of trade and services contributes the most waste even though the population is not too much. Sario Sub-district has a large population but produces little waste. It is necessary to learn how the waste management at the center of trade/services that densely populated so that hygiene can be overcome. The research methodology used is descriptive qualitative method. The data were collected by observation, direct interview with 3 informants for each Kelurahan(village) taken by purposive sampling. Data was analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the waste management system and its management, cleaners and garbage vehicles can not be optimized because the pile of waste is too much so that waste management..........

Keyword: Strategy, Trade and Services, Population, Garbage.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Best Practices: Shape – A Critical Analysis
Country :  
Authors : Rev. Dr. D.Maria Antony Raj, SDB || Dr. Clayton Michael Fonceca
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Abstract: Shared Heart Accompaniment Programme of Education (SHAPE), is an holistic formation plan for undergraduate students in Sacred Heart College. The Salesian System of Education has a unique way of mentoring the young by providing them with profound guidance and direction. In this unique practice every mentor tries to lead their mentees in taking responsibility for their actions andin becoming good citizens of the Nation. The present research was undertaken to study the effectiveness of the programme "SHAPE‟ as one of the best practices of Sacred Heart College. The study was extended to the second year undergraduate students. The random sampling technique was adopted and 50% of the total population of 1032 students were taken for the study. A scale was developed and the reliability of the instrument was found to be .799 Cronbach's Alpha. From the presented research it was revealed that the programme has catered in making a difference in majority of the students whereby providing them proper academic guidance, enabling them to develop their personality and in making them confident individuals to solve their day to day problems............

Keywords: Academic & Career Guidance, Personality Development, Rapport Building and Overall Effectiveness of SHAPE

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Managing Informal Communication for Enterprise Productivity
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Dr Patrick N. Nwinyokpugi
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Abstract: This study concern is to investigate how the effective management of Informal Communication can enhance enterprise productivity in the selectedconstruction firms in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. The population of the study is made up of nine hundred and six (906) staff of selected corporate construction companies in Port Harcourt. The sample size is drawn from the target population using the Yaro Yamane formula for selection of sample from a finite population. Therefore, the calculated sample size is two hundred and seventy (270).The closed-ended four point Likert scale questionnaire was developed and used for data collection. It contains structured items on Informal Communication Management and entrepreneurial success. Content and face validity were done using pretest on a group of managerial employees with a view to ascertaining their suitability for the study as..............

Keyword: Informal communication, Rumour Mill, Regulatory Policy, Employees Involvement, Organisational Trust.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Authenticity of Deed Made By Notary with Unfairly Physical Health
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Dr. RusdiantoSesung, S.H., M.H. || AchmadFeriHidayatullah
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Abstract: This research entitled The Authenticity of Deed made by Notary with Unfairly Physical Health. This research discusses the physical healthy boundaries for Notary As well as the validity of the deed made by Notary who is not physically fit. The purpose of this research is to analyze the physical healthy boundaries for Notary As well as regarding the validity of the deed made by the Notary who is not physically fit. This research uses the type of normative legal research with the statutory approach (Statute approach) and the conceptual approach (Conceptual Approach). The results of this study is concluded hat the limits on physical health required by the Law -The Notary Public Office is physically and spiritually healthy as stated by the doctor's certificate, so that in carrying........

Keyword: Authenticity Deed, Notary, Physical Health.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Legal Protection For The Creditor Related To The Deed Of Unregistered Mortgage Rights
Country : Indonesia
Authors : HabibAdjie || Brian Polly Purbawisesa
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Abstract: The result of this research concludes that the result of the research shows that the legal result of not registering the Deed of Mortgage Rights (APHT) to the credit agreement made by the parties before the Notary / Land Titles Registrar(PPAT) is the creditor having no priority position. Where the form of legal protection that can be given to Creditors as a form of anticipation is not registered APHT is by the signing of the deed of power sell at the time of the credit agreement. The creditor's right to the guaranteed item in the case of APHT is not registered ie not giving the right to each other over the other creditor. The purpose of the imposition of Mortgage right is in order to provide protection and legal certainty to all parties (especially Creditor) as well as to fulfill the principle of publicity. The grant of...........

Keyword: -Legal Protection, Land Deed Officer, mortgage right, APHT. UUPA.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Cash Management Strategy in Muhammadiyah Organization (Case Study on Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara)
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Yenni Samri Juliati Nasution || Yasir Nasution || Ahmad Qorib
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Abstract: This article tried examining the strategy of cash waqf management in Muhammadiyah organization based on the case studies muhammadiyah's leadership Sumatrea Utara region . This study is conducted by combining the field and library research. Accordance with Analytic Network Process (ANP) results based on the priority scale explains that the strategy used in cash waqf management Muhammadiyah organization Leadership Sumatera Utara, the most priority is the socialization program. The main obstacle is from the internal side of human resources / Nadhir, while from the external side is from wakif, government, alternative investment. Finnaly, the solution given for overcoming the constraints of cash waqf management is investing cash waqf in shariah mutual funds..

Keyword: cash waqf, organization, muhammadiyah.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Adultery in the Perspective of Islamic Law and the Criminal Law Legislation a Comparative Study
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Indrawan Fajar Bin Zaufi Amri || M. Dachran S. Busthami
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Abstract: The purpose of this research is to know and analyze the provision of adultery crime according to Islamic Law and Podana Law Kitana and to know and analyze the sanction that threatened to perpetrator of adultery crime according to Islamic Law and Criminal Code. This research relies on the normative approach, ie research on legal principles. Synchronization of law, comparative law and legal history. The results indicate that criminal punishment for adultery in Indonesian positive law embraces the Dutch legal system, but the Indonesian people have their own perspective on adultery. Zina is regarded as a cruel act and anyone who has sex outside the legal marriage, although the perpetrators are single, then it is considered adultery.

Keyword: Adultery, Perspective Of Islamic, Criminal Law

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Women's Buying Behaviour Towards Tupperware Products In Madurai City
Country : India
Authors : Dr.S.Meenakumari || Dr. I. Nagarajan
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Abstract: Utensils are defined as vessels, receptacles or appliances used in households for various purposes. In the wider sense of the term utensils also include accessories used in storing, preserving, cooking, and offering prayers. With a view to fulfill their basic requirements human beings manufactured domestic utensils much earlier than other types of utensils. Later however the ritual utensils not only out numbered the domestic utensils but also excelled them in standard of craftsmanship and degree of authenticity. Utensils of stone were made along with those of copper and bronze. Large numbers of bowls, cups, saucers, vases, basins are molded with raw polyethene. Bowls and vessels were also made of silver and gold. Among these were rimless cooking pots and the thin rimmed ones, cooking pans with small lug-handles, bowl shaped stoppers and bellied jars with narrow necks. Little late large open bowls. straight edged, lipped and broad-mouthed bowls jars with straight necks became popular. There is a significant.........

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Need For the Reforms in the Unsc in the Changing Political and Economic Times
Country : India
Authors : Archita Anand
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Abstract: The International Institutions formed to meet the challenges of the post-WWII world are struggling to cope with the dynamics of the post-Soviet Union world order and other changing powers both in terms of economy and politics. During the last 30-35 years the world has seen massive changes. Disintegration of USSR, unilateralism of USA and in between the rise of multilateral institutions such as BRICS, NAM and a number of other institutions gaining their respective importance for playing significant role towards the world society.Now developing nations, including India, play a larger role in both the international economy and politics. But these changes are not reflected in the UN, where all critical decisions are still being taken by the veto-wielding permanent members of the Security Council.........

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Rise Ideology of Kiai at State Senior High School Darussholah Singojuruh
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Agus Mursidi || Putu RumawanSalain || A.A NgrAnomKumbara || Putu Sukardja
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Abstract: This research has the goal to the rise of ideology kiaiat State Senior High School (SMAN) Darussholah in the progress of the implementation of quality education organized by the government. There is a very dominant influence from outside that affects the process of the ongoing education. This study concludes through the analysis that the inclusion of ideology kiaiinterfere with the development of education in SMAN Darussholah to become a professional educational institution. It is necessary for the role of government in providing facilities and infrastructure to achieve professional education institutions. Likewise with the kiai by entering ideology kiai should be able to provide infrastructure such as dormitories and human resources to improve the quality of education in the boarding school.

Keywords: Ideology, kiai, education.

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