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

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Authority of Regional Representatives Council of the Republic Of Indonesia in the Formulation of Legislation
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Efendi || M. Jafar
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Abstract: Regional Representatives Council of the Republic of Indonesia is only authorized to formulate legislation related to regional autonomy, a relationship between central and regional government, district establishment, merge or partition, natural and other economic resource management, and the balancing of central and regional finance. Therefore, in producing other legislation related to the interests of the district, Regional Legislative Councils of the Republic faced many problems in articulating the aspirations of the people they represent in order to include into other legislation..


Keywords: Authority, Regional Legislative Councils, legislation

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[2]. Faisal A. Rani, The function and position of the Supreme Courts as the executor of judicial power based on the philosophy of a constitutional state, Syiah Kuala University Press, Banda Aceh: 2009.
[3]. Jazim Hamidi dan Kemilau Mutik, Legislative Drafting, Series of an academic manuscript on the formulation of regional regulations, Total Media, Yogyakarta, 2011.
[4]. Jimly Assiddiqie, The matter of law, Konstitusi Press, Jakarta: 2005.

[5]. Minister of Law and Human Rights, National Legislation Program of 2005-2009. Paper presented at a seminar on the implementation of Law No. 10 of 2004 in regional legislation based on Law No. 32 of 2004, Surabaya, 25 May 2005.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Mahua Flowers and Seeds: A Livelihood Strategy of Tribal's in Mayurbhanj District of Odisha, India
Country : India
Authors : Suvendu Kumar Satapathy
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Abstract: Mayurbhanj is one of the tribal dominated districts of Odisha, which has been declared as the fully scheduled district of the state and its population is 56.67 percent of the total population of the district. The Santal, Kolha, Munda are the major tribe of this district. These tribes are generating their livelihood status based on collection of Minor Forest Produces (MFPs), like Sal leaf, Mahua flowers, fire-wood, weaving, and handicraft. The availability of Mahua tree for most covers of this district which provides livelihood security to the tribal's in general. The products obtained from tree are consumed by these communities itself or sale in local and regional market. Tree having great spiritual, cultural, medicinal, and ornamental and multiple utility. The problems faced by the tribal's are lack of access to............


Key Words:Mahua, Livelihood, Miner Forest Produces

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Protection of Migrant Domestic Workers: How far Ensured
Country : Bangladesh
Authors : Sheikh Md. Mozammel Haque
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Abstract: From primitive society workers had no dignity. Among them domestic workers were in a crucial position. Even in this 21st century of sceience & technology, their position became worse, let alone to improve their position. Domestic workers have varied dimesnions. This paper is concerned with the migrant doemstic workers. This paper opens with the normative and economic case for promoting and protecting migrant doemstic workers, highliting emerging tredns in migrant domestic work that further reinforce the need for protection.It tries to find out the reason of abuses of migrant domestic worker. This paper proceeds to foreground the ILO Convention No. 189, and discusses strategies and practices aligned with international human rights standards. This paper also speaks about the present scenario of implementation of ILO Convention No. 189. Finally some recommendations have been provided on what government can do further in partnership with civil society and international organizations to implement legal and social protections for migrant domestic workers.


Key Words: Domestic workers worldwide; Contribution of domestic workers in economic and social sector; Sufferings faced by migrant domestic workers; Recommendations]

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[2]. Piper. "Rights of Foreign Domestic Workers: Emergence of Transnational and Transregional Solidarity?" Asian And Pacific Migration Journal 14 (March 2005):97-119.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Density of Population and the Human Labour Available in and around Pichavaram for Conservation of the Mangrove Forest
Country : India
Authors : Dr.M.Sakthivel || Debapriya Dutta
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Abstract: The Community Participation for Conservation of Pichavaram Mangrove Ecosystem in Tamil Nadu Coastal Region has been explained in the Forth Chapter. The comparison of Population has been shown in and around Pichavaram from 2001 to 2011, of the year 2001 and 2011 using GIS technologies. The comparison has been shown between the maps, as to how the population has increased or decresed in different villages in Cuddalore district which include Pichavaram and its surround villages. The study area of this Project Work is Pichavaram,but the surrounding villages have been considered in the study because of the pull and push factors, i.e community participation takes place at the Pichavaram Mangrove region from the surrounding villages of the Cuddalore district. This well-considered model directly engages............


Key Words: Community participation, Local community, total Population, Population Projection Model

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Speech-reading Intervention for Profoundly Deaf Child The Case of Hosanna School for the Deaf, Ethiopia
Country : Ethiopia
Authors : Dr. Tesfaye Basha
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Abstract: The objective of this intervention was to develop functional speech reading skillsand to increase response of correct speech reading skill. To attain the objective of the study single subject experimental design is used. Four critical elements of methods such as selection of the target, establishment of a baseline, repeated measurement with positive reinforcement, and intervention are used in thestudy. The research design used the steps of the A-B-A-B design. The participant client is profoundly deaf. Intervention of speech reading therapy presented for six weeks. This particular intervention consists of five days in a week and half hour intervention sessions. Long experienced speech therapist teacher was selected for the intervention. Amharic vowels served as the stimulus materials and Amharic one syllable words are instrument............


Key Words: lip reading, profoundly deaf, speech reading, speech therapy, intervention

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Implementation of the Formulation of RPJMDes of 2015-2020 of Olung Hanangan Village of Tanah Siang Selatan Subdistrict of Murung Raya District
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Abikson
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Abstract: ABIKSON, D2B114014, The Implementation of the Formulation of RPJMDes of 2015-2020 of Olung Hanangan Village of Tanah Siang Selatan Subdistrict of Murung Raya District. The study aimed at understanding the model of the implementation of the formulation of the RPJMDes of 2015-2020 of Olung Hanangan village of Tanah Siang Selatan subdistrict of Murung Raya district. It was of the kind of content analysis study and used descriptive and qualitative method. The data of the study were collected from the document of the village medium term development plan (Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Desa or RPJMDes) of 2015-2020 of Olung Hanangan village and using interview and documentation/literature. The location of the study was Olung Hanangan village of Tanah............


Key Words: Implementation model and the formulation of the RPJMDes.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Existence of Indigenous Institutions at the Implementation of Regional Autonomy in Murung Raya District
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Khalid Ilmi
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Abstract: Khalid Ilmi, D2B114024, 2017. The Existence of Indigenous Institutions at the Implementation of Regional Autonomy in Murung District Murung Raya District. Thesis, Master of Public Administration of Lambung Mangkurat University. Under the guidance of Setia Budhi and Gazali Rahman. The issuance of the Regional Autonomy Act No. 23 of 2014 on Regional Government brought fresh air and opened opportunities for indigenous peoples to appear in government and politics after a long wait for the presence of the son of the region as governor of Central Kalimantan. But why the development and empowerment of Dayak Indigenous Peoples was still poorly considered. Why the development of regional autonomy became a challenge to the existence of indigenous people of Central Kalimantan. The sustainability of indigenous peoples through Kadamangan groups was eroded by the interests of individuals and certain groups............


Key Words: the existence of indigenous customary institution of Kadamangan local autonomy

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Type of Sentence in TheEssays of Grade VI Elementary School Studentsin Bali Province: A Syntactic Study
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Ida BagusPutrayasa || DewaPutuRamendra || Ida Bagus Putra ManikAryana
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Abstract: In written communication, the sentences used by students tend to be less varied. The lack of variability appears in the types of sentences used in the essay, such as: the content of the sentence, the number of clauses, the predicate formers, and the nature of actor-action relationship. Based on this situation, the main objective of this study was to describe the types of sentences contained in the essay of grade VI students in the province of Bali. The data were collected through document recording method of 120 articles, each consisting of 3 paragraphs. The data collected were analyzed through Putrayasa analysis model. The results showed that there were 1035 sentences. All the sentences employed declarative sentences............


Key Words: Syntactic study, sentence type, essay

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Swahilis traditional approach to mental health issues: a case of Swahilis of Mombasa
Country : Kenya
Authors : Madiha Salim Khamis || Dr. James Mwaura Kimani || Dr. Philomena Ndambuki
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Abstract: Mental disorders are illnesses the affect ones mental faculties and abilities. Mental illness cannot be generalised to indicate only complete loss of mental faculties. The illnesses can be further categorised depending on the symptoms of the affected person. Recognition and treatment ofdifferent types of mental illness vary across cultures. Culture is the way of life of a given group of people. This study specifically looks at the Swahilis traditional approach to mental health issues from recognising the different mental illnesses and traditional interventions made to cure these mental illnesses.


Key Words: Mental illness, Swahilis, Intervention.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Ethical Dilemma of Consciousness of Intellectual Anti-Corruption
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Arie Wahyu Prananta
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Abstract: The study found that a high integrity to break away from the role of private and public roles, starting from the selection of them develop intellectual movement against corruption so that they choose a place that can accommodate thinking about their anti-mainstream and dare to get out of your comfort zone and into in a system to change the system, although the risk will become a person who alienated, unpopular and always in solitude space. For those who from the beginning select the area of power and politics raises two intellectual groups, ie groups who still choose to implement anti-corruption ideas and groups that merged into criminals. Dilemma ethical for different groups in the area of anti-corruption movement is lighter because dilemma ethical in the role of his own, while a group in the area of power and politics is heavier because some can only see and experience the shock remarkable to stress but do not have the strength to report, some others even splashed in the world of corruption.


Key Words: Consciousness, Intellectual, corruption, phenomenology, interpretative

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Occupational Stress among Male and Female Mental Health Professionals
Country : India
Authors : Mr Chandrashekar Giri || Dr Deepa Prasad
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Abstract: Objectives: This study aimed to examine the Occupational stress level of male and female mental health professionals. Methods: The sample employed in this study consists of 20 male and 20 female professionals of different age groups. Results: Data analysis reveals that male mental health professionals are found under more stress than female professionals. Conclusions: This study provided insight into the fact that mental health professionals need to manage their stress also, although female professionals were found less stressful in comparison of male professionals.


Key Words: (i) Mental Health Professionals (Male and Female) (ii) Occupational Stress

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Design and Materials undera Socio-Technical Perspective: Sustainable Plastic Manufacturing with Rice Husks
Country : Brazil
Authors : Luiz Fernando Vargas Malerba Fernandes || Rosinei Batista Ribeiro || Adilson daSilva Mello || Marcelo Manoel Valentim Bastos || José Wilson deJesus Silva
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Abstract: Thisarticlmeaimstoshowtheapplicationofricehuskasasustainableadditiveforanewcompositematerialofgypsumto generatein comeofa small handicraft company inAparecida city. In the field of materialstudies, rice husks were collected, crushed and thegrains was granulometricly analyzed, scanning electron microscopy was used to analysis thecomposite interface and, finally, compression resistance tests of the samples.A sociotechnicalanalysis of the small company studied was carriedoutand,fromthisunderstanding,anadaptationofthescientificmethodsusedtodevelopthecompositefortheempiricalmethodsperformedbythecraftsmen,besidestheeconomicviabilityoftheapplicationofthiscompositewascarried out. This research revealed that it is possible to use crushed rice huskin gypsum in an artisan context, saving up to 10% of the gypsum used in production.


Key Words: Design, Materials, Rice Husk, SociotechnicalAnalysis.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Palliative Chemotherapy and Ibandronic Acid Improves Quality Of Life of Bone Metastasis Breast Cancer Patients
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Pamula, Arshybhara Fikri || Susilo, Hery
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Abstract: Indonesia, the prevalence of cancer is quite high. Based on Basic Health Research data of 2013, the prevalence of cancer in Indonesia is 1.4 per 1000 population, or about 330,000 people. The highest cancer in Indonesia in women is breast cancer and cervical cancer. Based on data of Hospital Information System 2010, 12,014 cases of breast cancer cases (28,7%), cervical cancer 5,349 cases (12,8%). Cancer cells can break away from the original tumor and spread to other parts of the body. This can happen by lymph or the circulatory system. Bone metastases are a common complication of cancer patients, occurring in 70% of patients with advanced cancer. Bone metastases can cause severe pain, pathologic fractures, menopausal hypercalcaemia and the risk of spinal cord. Bone metastases are a serious complication and require high medical costs.

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