IJESS International Journal of Education and Social Science https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess <p><strong>International Journal of Education and Social Science (IJESS) eISSN 2686-2239&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>International Journal of Education and Social Science (IJESS)</strong> is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing articles on all aspects of EDUCATION and SOCIAL SCIENCES. <strong>International Journal of Education and Social Science (IJESS)</strong> welcomes submissions of the following article types: (1) Papers: reports of high-quality original research with conclusions representing a significant advance, novelty or new finding in the field; (2) Topical Reviews: written by leading researchers in their fields, these articles present the background to and overview of a particular field, and the current state of the art. Topical Reviews are normally invited by the Editorial Board; (3) Comments: comment or criticism on work previously published in the journal. These are usually published with an associated Reply. <strong>International Journal of Education and Social Science (IJESS)</strong>&nbsp;publishes four issues per year, published by IPEST, International Peneliti Ekonomi, Sosial dan Teknologi, Indonesia, and published in <span class="st">English</span></p> INTERNATIONAL PENELITI EKONOMI, SOSIAL, DAN TEKNOLOGI en-US IJESS International Journal of Education and Social Science 2686-2239 Analyzing the Public Perception of Brawl Phenomena Involving Juvenile Delinquency in Jakarta https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/182 <p>This paper aims to explain the use of reception theory in the case of public perception of brawl phenomena in Jakarta. The phenomenon that has been going on for years amongst Junior High School students and Senior High School students is a problem that has never ended. This issue is of significant concern due to the fact that teenagers in Indonesia, particularly within the Jakarta region, do not appear to be dissuaded by government sanctions. Consequently, a substantial number of these juvenile delinquents continue to engage in altercations between schools. Therefore, this paper focuses its attention on the reactions of individuals to reports of criminal activities involving juvenile delinquency and people’s perspectives on the Indonesian legal framework applied to this demographic. The approach employed in this paper is a qualitative methodology centered on phenomenological research, complemented by reception theory. This combined approach aids the researcher in elucidating the phenomena that occur among delinquents and in examining how the media covers these incidents.</p> Aulya Syifa Sagita Copyright (c) 2023 Aulya Syifa Sagita https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 82 95 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.182 Design of IOT-Based Body Temperature Monitoring Prototype at Syekh-Yusuf Islamic University Tangerang Using Black Box Testing Method https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/183 <p>The spread of the Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) virus since 2019 has caused a pandemic in this world. Generally, the existing body temperature checkers only function to check the temperature, and allow someone to escape from the process. By utilizing the Internet of Things, it is possible to make a body temperature checking device that can measure measurement data into a database, and display it on a smartphone through an application and this tool is named the Design and Build of a Prototype of Internet of Things-Based Body Temperature Monitoring. The tool uses an infrared temperature sensor which functions to measure contactless body temperature and before using the sensor must be accessed using a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) card so that data that has checked body temperature can be stored. The data is stored in a database and can also be accessed in the form of a website using the black box testing method. This method is used to find out if the software is working properly. With this tool the screening process becomes more leverage, because the tool can record the temperature of the user of the tool and can store it in the database.</p> Wulan Kurniawati Asep Abdul Sofyan Fauzi Haryanto Djamaludin Copyright (c) 2023 Wulan Kurniawati, Asep Abdul Sofyan, Fauzi, Haryanto, Djamaludin https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 96 104 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.183 The Role of The Use of Information Technology in Orderly Financial Administration and Tax Compliance in Digital Business https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/184 <p>This study aims to examine the role of information technology on financial administrative order and tax compliance. We collected data through a survey on 136 digital business or startups owners/financial managers in Malang. The results show that the use of information technology has a positive effect on financial administration order; financial administration order has a positive effect on tax compliance; and the use of information technology has a positive effect on tax compliance mediated by the financial administration order. This research contributes to the knowledge by determining the relationship between the use of information technology and financial administration order as well as tax compliance to increase tax revenue in Indonesia. The digital businesses or startups use technology to maintain businesses’ financial administration order and hence, make easier calculation of taxable amounts. This research implies that the easiness of taxes payment through the online tax administration.</p> Linda Afriani Ipik Permana Dewi Muliasari Uswatun Khasanah Copyright (c) 2023 Linda Afriani, Ipik Permana, Dewi Muliasari, Uswatun Khasanah https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 105 113 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.184 The Effectiveness of Learning Management System in Higher Education: A Case Study of Social Sciences Course Content https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/185 <p>Due to the Ministry of Education and Culture's circular letter, the education sector must innovate in carrying out its duties and functions in educating students even though they do not meet face-to-face. The modern education paradigm requires educators and students to be technologically literate. The online learning that is intended is based on ICT by utilising the internet as the main media. Learning Management System is a software for administration, documentation, reports of an activity, teaching and online learning activities online. Social Science is a subject in schools that is designed on the basis of phenomena, problems, and social realities with an interdisciplinary approach. The utilisation of Learning Management System in social studies learning concept courses became the study of this research. The data collection used is a questionnaire given to students through Google Form at the final meeting of the lecture. This research uses non-test data collection techniques in the form of observation, questionnaires, and documentation. In this Learning Management System, the learning system and communication between lecturers and students can be carried out well by utilising the features available in the LMS application.</p> Yenni Arnas Andy Ahmad Otto Fajarianto Copyright (c) 2023 Yenni Arnas, Andy Ahmad, Otto Fajarianto https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 114 118 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.185 The Influence of Training Participation and Work Discipline on Employee Performance https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/186 <p>This study aims to analyze the effect of training participation and work discipline on employee performance simultaneously. The sample population in this study were employees of PT. Ciomas Adisatwa in the marketing department, totaling 52 people. This type of research is associative quantitative because it asks the relationship between two or more variables. The analytical method used is Multiple Linear Regression. The instrument used was a questionnaire to collect data from job training, work discipline, and employee performance variables. Data analysis techniques used are Validity Test, Reliability Test, Normality Test, Multicollinearity Test, Heteroscedasticity Test, Multiple Linear Regression Analysis Test, Multiple Correlation Coefficient Test, Coefficient of Determination Test, t test, and F test. Based on the results of the t test, it can be obtained that the value of t<sub>count</sub> &lt; t<sub>table</sub> or (1.390 &lt; 1.675), this is also reinforced by a significance value of 0.000 &lt; 0.05. Thus, H<sub>o1</sub> is accepted and H<sub>a1</sub> is rejected. This shows that there is no positive and significant effect between Training Participation (X<sub>1</sub>) on employee performance (Y) at PT Ciomas Adisatwa Bogor. Thus, H<sub>o2</sub> is rejected and H<sub>a2</sub> is accepted, this shows that there is a positive and significant influence between work discipline (X<sub>2</sub>) on employee performance (Y) PT. Ciomas Adisatwa Bogor. The value of the correlation coefficient or the level of relationship between the independent variable and the related variable is 0.994 where the value is in the interval 0.800-1.000, which means that the variables of training participation (X<sub>1</sub>) and work discipline (X<sub>2</sub>) have a very strong relationship to employee performance (Y).</p> Yhonanda Harsono Copyright (c) 2023 Yhonanda Harsono https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 119 125 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.186 The Influence of Sharenting Behavior on Children's Privacy in Bandung City https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/190 <p style="font-weight: 400;">Parents feel the need to share moments of their children's lives with family and friends via social media. Especially regarding their success in raising children, they need validation from other people. So parents in the city of Bandung do not hesitate to sharenting by utilizing various platforms on social media. Parents have freedom of expression, but each child also has privacy that must be protected because the other side of sharenting can have negative impacts. This research will examine the influence of sharenting behaviors carried out by parents on children's privacy. The research method used was quantitative, with the statistical tests used being the linear regression test and the F test. The research was conducted with 100 parents in the city of Bandung. The results of the hypothesis test show that sharenting behavior (variable X) simultaneously influences children's privacy (variable Y). This is proven by the calculated F value of 44.931, which is greater than the F table of 6.010. Thus, a significant value of 0.000 is also obtained, which is lower than the probability limit of 0.05.</p> Nur’annafi Farni Syam Maella Maharani Yasmin Diningrum Siti Nursanti Sholehah Copyright (c) 2023 Nur’annafi Farni Syam Maella, Maharani Yasmin Diningrum, Siti Nursanti, Sholehah https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-11-11 2023-11-11 4 2 126 136 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.190 Differentiated Learning as an Effort to Improve Students Learning Outcomes in Physics Subjects https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/194 <p>Differentiated learning refers to a learning approach where teachers can adjust teaching methods to take into account individual differences in the class. Differentiated learning has become the main focus in today's flexible learning and assessment processes, both for teachers and students in the classroom. This research was conducted with the aim of exploring the implementation of differentiated learning and digging more deeply into its impact on student learning outcomes at SMA Negeri 1 Selakau in Physics subjects. The results obtained were an average pre-test value of 43.14 and an average post-test value of 76.71 with a sig level. 0.000 through the Paired Samples T-test so that there is a significant difference in the pre-test and post-test results in differentiated learning in physics subjects in class XF with a sample population of 35 people showing an increase of 33.57. Therefore, this differentiated learning is highly recommended to be implemented by teachers at the Senior Secondary School level in all subjects so that student learning outcomes can improve because it is well facilitated according to each individual's unique character.</p> Dewi Fajaryati Haratua Tiur Maria S Venny Karolina Copyright (c) 2023 Dewi Fajaryati, Haratua Tiur Maria S, Venny Karolina https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 137 144 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.194 Analysis of Student Interest in Using Video Media in Learning https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/195 <p>This research is entitled Analysis of Students' Interest in Using Video Media in Learning at SMAN 1 Toho, with the aim of assessing the extent of students' interest in using video media in learning. Specifically, this research aims to evaluate significant differences in the use of learning video media between male and female students, as well as assess significant differences between class X in the use of learning video media. This type of research is quantitative with quantitative descriptive methods, carried out at SMA Negeri 1 Toho in September 2023 involving 106 class X students, consisting of Class Xa (28 people), Class Xb (25 people), Class Xc (27 people), and Class Xd (26 people), with the entire population used as the research sample. Data collection was carried out through a questionnaire in the form of a questionnaire with 18 positive statements using a Likert scale and filled in via Google Form. The results of the analysis show that the learning interest of class X students at SMA Negeri 1 Toho is moderate in using video media in the learning process. Factors that influence interest involve external and internal attractiveness, while the use of learning media that is less attractive also has a negative impact on student interest. Teachers' lack of understanding and skills in utilizing learning media also plays a role in reducing student interest. Even though there is no significant difference between the interests of male and female students, there are striking differences between classes in using video learning media. Therefore, it is recommended that teachers increase creativity in designing learning by utilizing videos to increase students' interest and enthusiasm in the learning process.</p> Darwin Haratua Tiur Maria S Venny Karolina Copyright (c) 2023 Darwin, Haratua Tiur Maria S, Venny Karolina https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 145 151 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.195 Analysis of The Influence of Interactional Teachers' Teaching Style on Students' Activeness in The Learning Process in Indonesia https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/196 <p>The teacher's teaching style has an important role in influencing the level of students’ involvement in learning. The interactional teacher's teaching style is able to encourage students to develop critical, creative thinking and problem-solving abilities. This research aims to determine the influence of interactional teachers' teaching style on students' activeness in learning. The method used in this research is descriptive quantitative research. Descriptive quantitative research is a research method whose aim is to determine the influence between two variables (dependent and independent). This research uses a simple linear regression test to determine the magnitude of the influence of one independent variable (interactional teacher teaching style) on the dependent variable (students' activeness). Data collection instruments were interviews, observation of interactional teachers’ teaching style, and student activeness questionnaire. Based on data analysis using a simple linear regression test, the magnitude of the influence of the independent variable on the dependent variable is 95.5%. Meanwhile, the calculated F value is 277.328 with a significance value of 0.000 &lt; 0.05, indicating that there is an influence of interactional teachers’ teaching style on students’ activeness in the learning process of the tenth grade of SMA Negeri 1 Anjongan.</p> Ajerin Karim Haratua Tiur Maria S Venny Karolina Copyright (c) 2023 Ajerin Karim, Haratua Tiur Maria S, Venny Karolina https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 152 161 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.196 The Influence of The Higgs Domino Online Game on The Learning Outcomes of Students https://ejournal.aissrd.org/index.php/ijess/article/view/220 <p>This study aims to determine the effect of the Higgs Domino Online Game on Student Learning Outcomes at SMAN 10 Jeneponto. The population in this study were 127 students. The research subjects were 96 students of class XII at SMAN 10 Jeneponto, using the simple random sampling technique with the Slovin formula. The research method is quantitative, data was collected using a questionnaire compiled with a Likert scale for each variable, namely the higgs domino online game scale and learning outcomes were tested for validity and reliability. Test the hypothesis with simple regression that has gone through the classic assumption test. Obtained a significance level (P) of 0.000 (p &lt;0.05). This shows that there is a significant influence between the Higgs Domino online game on student learning outcomes at SMAN 10 Jeneponto. Then based on the value of R Square (R^2) it can be said that 34.8% of the variation in learning outcomes obtained is explained by the higgs domino online game of 34.8% in this study.</p> Andi Resvi Zulfikar Marsiding Dwi Pratiwi Taswin Copyright (c) 2024 Andi Resvi, zulfiqar, Dwi Pratiwi Taswin https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2023-10-31 2023-10-31 4 2 162 168 10.56371/ijess.v4i2.220