IMPLEMENTATION OF WAQF LAND REGISTRATION AND LEGAL IMPLICATIONS (STUDY ON POTENTIAL AND UTILIZATION IN EAST LOMBOK)

Lalu Dading Permadi., Muhaimin., Sabardi

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In East Lombok there are many transition and registration of land rights of waqf. Data on the Office of the Ministry of Religious Affairs of East Lombok Regency, the number of waqf land which is already certified area of 195,291 M2, then the land of endowment which already has the deed of pledge waqf but not certified 715.039 M2 and waqf land which has not AIW / APAIW of 28.258 M2. The purpose of this research is to know the implementation of registration and transfer of waqf land in East Lombok regency, due to law of registration and waqf land acquisition in East Lombok regency and to know the factors influencing the implementation of the registration and transition of waqf land in East Lombok regency. The results showed that the implementation of registration and transfer of waqf land in East Lombok Regency was guided by waqf regulation. The consequence of law of registration and transfer of waqf land in East Lombok Regency is to guarantee legal certainty and protection for the parties. Factors affecting the registration and transition of waqf land in East Lombok Regency consist of internal factors and external factors.

 

Keywords: registration, land waqf, legal implications

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A MODEL OF LEADERSHIP INNOVATION DEVELOPMENT IN GROWING STUDENT CHARACTER IN THE WIRA YUDHA SAKTI NUSANTARA VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN LUMAJANG REGENCY, EAST JAVA

Diana, Sri., Marjono., Yanuwiadi, Bagyo., and Hermawan, Romy

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The leader is the initiator, stimulator, and dynamic of an organization or group. So that the success of a group or organization will greatly depend on the ability of leaders to be able to utilize the resources that are in it. Today many people are looking for leaders who not only demonstrate the standard competencies required by leaders. However, they prefer to follow leaders who have character, integrity, existence, and consideration ability. This study aims to determine the model of leadership innovation development and character building of students at SMK Wira Yudha Sakti Nusantara in Lumajang Regency, East Java. The method used is Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Based on the results of the analysis using SEM, it can be concluded that there is a direct relationship between School Management and Leadership Innovation variables on Student Character and Adiwiyata School. There is an indirect effect between Leadership Innovation on Adiwiyata School through intervening Student Character variables. This shows that in making Adiwiyata School, it is necessary to form the character of students first.

 

Keywords: school management, leadership innovation, student character and adiwiyata school

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EFFECT OF LOCAL COMPETENCE AND LOCALITY CONSTRUCTION MANPOWER PERFORMANCE IN SUMENEP REGENCY

Harun, Mohamad., Z. Fanani., Sugiono., and Lisa D. W.

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The construction workforce is one of the human resource factors that has a strategic role and is also at the forefront in carrying out construction project work. Increasing workforce performance has been a challenge in the construction industry so far because construction workers contribute 30-50% of the total construction costs so it is crucial to the success of construction. The performance of the construction workforce is influenced by many factors including competence and the value of local wisdom. This study aims to identify and analyze the influence of competence and the value of local wisdom on the performance of construction workers in Sumenep Regency. This study uses a quantitative approach with causality analysis, the sampling technique uses proposiate stratified random sampling of 120 respondents who have expertise as foremen, head masons, artisans and unskilled workers. Based on the analysis results obtained by the multiple regression equation formula, Y = 0.235 + 0.724X1 + 0.146X2 + e. Partially through the t-test, the competency variable (X1) has a significant influence on performance (Y) with a value of 0.669 (strong). Likewise, the local wisdom variable (X2) which has a significant effect on performance even with a value of 0.244 (low). Whereas through the F-test, both of these variables simultaneously affect performance. The results of the calculation of the coefficient are 0.654 or 65.4%, indicating that there are still 34.6% of other factors affecting the performance of construction labor beyond the variables discussed in this study.

 

Keywords: competence, local wisdom, performance

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JURIDICAL REVIEW OF WEBSITE PROTECTION THROUGH COPY RIGHT LICENSE AGREEMENT

Nesy Nofianti

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This research is aimed at analyzing the legal protection of website copyright in preventing copyright violation in internet and the extended role of the license in preventing copyright violation to protect the third party.

This research is normative study to study and analyses legal material either the primary or secondary or tertiary ones. The approach used in this research is conceptual and analytical approach.

The research showed that the inference of the study is that legal protection on the website in preventing the legal violation is that through registering the copyright although the registration is not obligation. The registration should be conducted by the copyright owner of the website that is ready to publish. Finally, the license may boost the fair and good competition among the designers of the website within the protection of license agreement model that protect the work that meet three criteria mentioned in laws article 1320 and 1338 of Civil Code which look very easy and simple to apply, but consist of many legal implication that need further attention since it relates to the right of consumers that have protection right in the content of the agreement.

 

Keywords: website, copyright, license

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ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL LITERACY EFFECT OF HOUSEWIVES IN KLOJEN DISTRICT

Candra Wahyu Hidayat., Alfinur

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During this time a lot of fraud under the guise of investment with a variety of models. Starting from the existence of investments that offer high rates of return, social gathering chain, to investments in the form of capital goods (gold) which turned out to give false hopes. Most victims are women. Often women are often the target of fraud. Because women often become financial holders in their households, because most of the workforce is dominated by women, because women have a high consumerism character, because women often have a curiosity about new things and want to have them based on their egos, groups, and women be a financial holder in the household environment. By using multiple regression analysis it can be analyzed that the variables of banking knowledge, insurance knowledge and pawnshop knowledge have an influence on the financial management behavior of housewives in Klojen sub-district in Malang City

 

Keywords: banking knowledge, insurance knowledge, pawnshop knowledge, financial behavior

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PROCESSING OF DASAWISMA GROUP WASTE RECYCLING IN GADING KASRI URBAN VILLAGE MALANG CITY

Candra Wahyu Hidayat., Andi Nu Graha

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This service is used to provide benefits to the community regarding how to manage waste from community members in the Dasawisma group Urban Village, Malang. All this management is used for community empowerment in the Urban Village environment. With the gathering of all citizens, it is hoped that the income of the dasawisma group will increase and become a benefit for the residents. The use of waste and training on waste management are expected to be the starting point of the success of the dasawisma group, which is supported by residents of the whole Urban Village, Malang.

Eventually, the development business unit of the dasawisma group emerged, such as sustainable management which could empower the environment of residents and increase family income.

 

Keywords: innovation, training, socialization

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REDUCING RUNOFF WITH THE VEGETATION ADDITION MODEL EVERY VILLAGE TO PREVENT FLOOD (CASE STUDY IN KAMONING SAMPANG WATERSHED, INDONESIA)

Muqaddas, Zaiful; Zaenal Kusuma; Runi Asmaranto; and Bagyo Yanuwiadi

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The Kamoning watershed is the largest watershed in Sampang Regency, East Java, Indonesia with a catchment area of ​​354,215 km2. Main River Length 143.61 km. Almost every rainy season floods occur in the downstream area (Sampang city), in the area near the river mouth, a narrowing of the river occurs with a capacity River Qks = 136.5 m3/sec. If heavy rains occur in the upper watershed by recording an average of 45 mm / day bulk stations, river floods will occur in the city which becomes flooded. Based on Land Cover data or forest vegetation area in the Kamoning watershed is only 9.97% or 3,530 Ha. Regulation of the Minister of Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia Number 32 of 2009 requires a minimum area of ​​vegetation above 30%. From the existing condition with a vegetation area of ​​only 9.97%, the flood discharge value for Q2th of 161 m3 / sec has exceeded the river capacity of only 136.5 m3 / sec. The analysis results for Q5th, Q10th and Q25th and Q50th consecutive years obtained values ​​of 240.6 m3/sec, 317.3 m3/sec, 446.1 m3/sec and 569.2 m3/sec. A land change scenario model was made by increasing the area of ​​forest or plant vegetation and reducing the area of ​​the moor with scenario 1 increasing forest area by 20%, scenario 2 of forest area being 30% and scenario 3 of forest or vegetation area being 40%, and scenario 4 of forest area to 50% of the watershed area, using the HEC-HMS 3.5 software with the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) method, the peak discharge value is reduced by vegetation expansion, in scenario 3, the peak Q2th discharge value becomes 134.4 m3/sec <136.5 m3/sec below the river capacity value, meaning that the addition of 40% vegetation in the Kamoning watershed will reduce the frequency of annual flooding and be safe against flooding equivalent to the Q2th return period. This model can calculate the value of flood reduction per village and per 1 hectare of plants can also determine the need for crop area per village and per hectare as well as the budget, so it is more applicable in the field implementation because the forest area is calculated for each village in the watershed area.

 

Keywords: Watershed, Reducing Runoff, River Capacity Value and Soil Conservation Service (SCS)

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ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF HUMAN RESOURCE QUALITY, WORK DISCIPLINE, WORK MOTIVATION TOWARD PERFORMANCE BATIK ARTISAN

Muchlison, Anis­; Zaenal Fanani; Widji Widodo; Bagyo Yanuwiadi; Sugiono; and Edi Mustopa

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In this study was used to test and analyze the influence of the quality of human resources, labor discipline, motivation to work on the performance of batik artisans in Kampung Batik Laweyan Surakarta. Research data collection is done through questionnaires, interviews, literature and literature studies conducted on large-scale industry, medium and small number of 58 employees at the Kampung Batik Laweyan Surakarta. In analyzing the data in this study using SPSS version 17 software. The sampling used is stratified random sampling method. In testing the data using the validity test, the reliability test by looking at the Cronbach Alpha value, the classic assumption test and multiple linear regression analysis are used to test the hypotheses of the research variables. The results of large-scale industry analysis show that the variable of work motivation has the most influence on the performance of batik artisan. The results of the medium scale industrial analysis of work motivation variables have a significant effect on the performance of batik artisan. The results of small-scale industry analysis show that the variable work discipline has a positive influence on the performance of batik artisan.

 

Keywords: The Quality of Human Resources, Labor Discipline, Motivation, Employee Performance

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MODELS AND CONCEPTS OF POPULATION CULTURE IN MALANG BURING I FLATS

Meinardhy, Ricky ; Antariksa; A. Wicaksono; and A. M. Nugroho

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Law No. 16 of 1985 explains that the development of low-rise apartment buildings aims to meet the needs of the people, especially those on low incomes, increase land use and land use results with due regard to the environment, and meet the needs for other interests for people’s lives. This study aims to: Identify the dominant factors that are able to influence the pattern of habitation in rental flats in Malang City and formulate the concept of habitable culture in rental flats in Malang City. This research uses a phenomenological approach. In this study, researchers tried to understand the perceptions and behavior of residents of conventional flats and habitable housing in horizontal dwelling whether it affects behavior in the form of vertical dwelling. The population of this research is the residents of Rusunawa Buring I in Kedungkandang Subdistrict located in Malang City. While the samples were taken from several occupants in Rusunawa Buring I. Types of data collected in the form of primary data and secondary data. Primary data collection was collected through field surveys, and direct interviews with respondents. Secondary data consists of library and agency data. Library data collection is done by studying theories related to research. The research method used is qualitative and quantitative descriptive analysis, i.e. amely statistical analysis (SEM). In addition to formulating a vertical inhabited culture in rental flats will be done using content analysis. Content analysis technique is an analysis that relies on codes found in a data recording text during interviews conducted with subjects in the field. The results showed that the dominant factor influencing perceptions and behavior of the community’s habitable patterns in Malang City Buring I rental apartments was on social, economic and cultural aspects. Based on the results of SEM analysis, the model of habitation in Malang City Buring I rental flats can be said to be feasible to be developed, so that it can be carried out construction of rental flats in other locations so that low-income communities can be helped by the government program

 

Keywords: Rusunawa (Rental Flats), Government Policy, Inhabited Culture, and SEM

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THE COMMUNITY OF TEMAJUK BORDER EDUCATION VALUES PARADIGM ON THE SCHOOL

Aslan, Hifza

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The educational value paradigm in a certain place will continue to change according to technological developments and the demands of the market place. The Temajuk border community, whose success is made from wood working, was a period of great timber. Then the value of education was limited to calistung (reading, writing and arithmetic). This qualitative research aimed at understanding the paradigm of the Temajuk community towards the value of formal education or schools in entering the world of work. To find out the community paradigm, a series of data collection techniques have been successfully carried out, consisting of in-depth interviews, observation and documentation. When the Temajuk region underwent a change, where the economy from logging became increasingly difficult, due to government restrictions, the Temajuk Border community began to be interested in education, even more so with the government’s encouragement, prioritizing young people to become formal educated civil servants. However, the paradigm of the value of education as a way to find work is not as easy as turning the palms experienced by the Temajuk people, unless they have three things, namely wealth, position and influence in society. The paradigm of the educational value of the Temajuk community has changed in accordance with the times and the demands of work. Basically the Temajuk community does not have the influence of the modern education value paradigm of the previous generation. Only a small proportion of people think of education as an investment, where with the provision of higher education, they can easily achieve life success.

 

Keywords: Community Paradigm, Education Values, School and Occupation

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