Community Empowerment through Research, Innovation and Open Access
Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences (ICHSS 2020), Malang, Indonesia, 28 October 2020
ICHSS is an international seminar that is held every two years organized by the Research and Community Service Institute of the State University of Malang. The meeting aims to discuss the theoretical and practical developments of Social Sciences and Humanities in Indonesia and other countries with a view to build academic networks by gathering academics from various research institutes and universities.
Community empowerment serves as a trigger to increase community independence and to cope with the challenges resulting from the rapid development of technology. An important aspect of the community empowerment effort is to link the results of innovation research for the benefit of community. The results of research should not only be limited to publications in the academic environment. Open Access to various forms of the existing literature is one of the requirements for innovative research to develop optimally. Therefore, this seminar has also served as a place for field researchers from various geographical areas to socialize, to discuss and to find solutions to current issues in the field of social sciences and humanities, as well as to build cooperation and synergy in creating ideas for mutual collaboration and to create joint research.
Table of Contents
Empowering translation students through the use of digital technologies - M.A.H. Sismat
The role of university on economic development in heritage tourism area - V.A. Qurrata, S. Merlinda, V. Purnamasari
Formulation of curriculum moderation on religious mentoring: Case study from three public universities in Indonesia - A.M. Nasih, A. Sultoni, T. Thoriquttyas
Teacher’s professional coaching to improve the teaching abilities of teachers in the era of the ASEAN economic community - A. Imron, B. B. Wiyono, I. Gunawan, B. R. Saputra, D. B. Perdana, S. Hadi, A. Abbas
Exploring the relationship among polarity, subjectivity, and clusters characteristics of visitor review on tourist destination in Malang - A. Larasati, J. Sayono, E. Mohamad, A. Purnomo, M. Farhan, P. Rahmawati
Stigma and dilemma: An ethnographic review on the medical personnel of the COVID-19 referenced hospital - D. W. Apriadi, D. Mawarni, M. Saputra
Character value Curriculum 2013 in traditional house typical of Batang Batang Sumenep village as a response to socio-cultural changes - M. R. Gunawan
Fun and creative learning with discovery learning in Islamic economic (technological approach) - V. A. Qurrata, S.Merlinda, R. D. L. Puteri
Don’t they seem normal? Indonesian teachers reading gender biased folktale - E. Eliyanah, A. Zahro
Performance library in improving reading culture during of pandemic Covid-19 - A. Asari, R. Mahdi, D. Widyartono, P.D. Anggari, P. Adi, K.M. Raharjo, A.B.N.R. Putra, I.A. Zakaria
The development of instructional materials for reading literacy with WISE based - E.T. Priyatni, A.R. As’ari, Nurchasanah, Suharyadi
Achievements and barriers to River School Community in the conservation of the Brantas Watershed - A. Tanjung, A. Kodir, S. Zubaidah, M. Syaifulloh, S.P. Yunita
Development of road infrastructure to support development of village tourism - H.Siswanto, Pranoto, C. P. Dewi, B. Supriyanto
Problems of online learning in borderland of Indonesia in the Covid-19 pandemic - A. Sultoni, E.P. Priyatni, A.M. Nasih, A. Zahro, Juharyanto, Ibrohim
Integrating gender and religion: Social transformation for strengthening identity among Indonesian Migrant Workers - Anggaunitakiranantika, P.P.Anzari
Innovation in batik tulis with ICT technology for sustainability design - F. Abdullah, B.T. Wardoyo, A.M. Adnan
The influence of administrative literacy on employee’s performance on the perspective of gender among local government administration staffs - A. Winarno, Zulaikah
Impact of ecological landscape changes toward community life in Southern Malang during 19th-20th Century - L. Ayundasari, J. Sayono, S. D. Utari
Reading culture development with optimizing digital library services during the pandemic - A. Asari, I.A. Zakaria, A. Prasetyawan, M. Safii, T. Kurniawan, L. A. Rahmania, C. Fajar
Those who are forgotten: The existence of Ketoprak Rukun Karya in Sumenep Madura, 1976-2000s - J. Sayono, R. Ridhoi, N. Jauhari, N. Jauhari, I. H. A. Siddiq, A. Prasetyawan, N. A. D. Restanti
Religious discourse, cyberspace and the social media: A trajectory from Muslim Millennial’s perspective - T. Thoriquttyas, N. Muyassaroh, N. Ahsin, A. Naim
Sharia accounting perception according to MSMEs in East Java to foster a spirit of business continuity - D. Syariati, D.M. Putri, S.F. Putri, I.H.A. Siddiq, Mahirah
Infographic development of Blambangan Kingdom for history learning in senior high school - M. N. L. Khakim, I. Y. Afhimma, K. A. Wijaya, M. R. I. Ardiansyah, Marsudi
Carrying capacity of local communities to developing Tamansari Tourism Village, Banyuwangi - A. Purnomo, G. S. A. Wardhani, I. H. S. Buddin, M. Rahmawati, P. Glenn, Idris, B. Kurniawan
Development of iconic spot replications in Kampoeng Heritage Kajoetangan as learning media for indische empire culture for tourists - L. Sidyawati, J. Sayono, S. D. Anggriani, M. N. L. Khakim, J. K. B. Ali
Community-Based Tourism: Capability and community participation in tourism development - Idris, A.Purnomo, M. Rahmawati
Outdoor learning based on natural laboratory as Social Studies learning resources for strengthening student’s insights and characters - B. Kurniawan, S.M.Towaf, Sukamto, A. Purnomo, Idris
Reorganizing the Ummah: Covid-19 and social transformation in plural society - A.A. Widianto, L.A. Perguna, T. Thoriquttyas, F. Hasanah
Environmental ethics on Mount Kelud slopes: Investigating local community responses on the utilization of Mount Kelud materials - A. S. M. Fajar, A. I. Mawardi, A. Syakur
Joko Sayono is an academic and expert in the field of History and Social History Education. He is a lecturer in the Department of History, Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Malang. He published books and also presents his academic work in a number of leading international academic journals.
Ahmad Taufiq, S.Pd, M.Si is a director of the Centre for Scientific Publication, Universitas Negeri Malang. His research is mainly focused on nanomaterials as well as synthesis, characterization, and application. His research is also related to the halal development, especially for halal materials. He is also an Editor in Chief of the Nusantara Halal Journal.
Luechai Sringernyuang is a Consultant on participatory approaches to community development and livelihoods. Consultant in the team of ADB-supported EY project as National Communications and Knowledge Management Specialist.
Muhamad Alif Haji Sismat is a lecturer at the Faculty of Arabic Language, Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University, specialising in Translation, Technology, Linguistics, Arabic, English, Second Language Acquisition, and Computer-Assisted Translation Tools. An Experienced Lecturer with skills in research, linguistics, and translation. Strong education professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) focused on Applied Translation Studies from the University of Leeds. He also contributed to several research funded projects by the government of Brunei Darussalam that have been published in international journals and proceedings.
Zawawi Ismail is an Associate Professor and currently Deputy Dean and Quality Manager at the Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He received his Bachelor Degree in Arabic Language & Literature (Major), Shariah (Minor) from Yarmouk University, Jordan, Post Graduate Diploma of Education from the International Islamic University Malaysia, Master in Arabic Education and obtained his Ph.D in the field of Education from National University of Malaysia 2008. His research interests include Arabic & Islamic Education Curriculum, Teacher Education, Muslim Minority Education, and Quranic Language Education. He has published articles in international and national journals, books and other publications. Dr. Zawawi has contributed a lot to the society and he is also active in several NGOs and one of the founders of Yayasan As-Syafie which is focusing in developing Islamic Boarding School in Cambodia and other educational activities in Indonesia and Malaysia.
Francis M. Navarro is a lecturer at Ateneo De Manila University. He also has experience teaching at several leading universities such as the University of Asia and the Pacific, Xavier School-Grenhills, Brent International School-Pasig City, and the University of the Philippines. His research interests include, but not limited to, Asian History and Philippine History. He has published his works in leading academic journals and also presented his academic work at a number of international academic conferences.
Agus Purnomo is a lecturer in Social Studies Program, Faculty of Social Science, Universitas Negeri Malang. He has served for the past 5 years on the Teori dan Praksis Pembelajaran IPS Journal as an Editor-in-Chief. His research interests include, but are not limited to, education, tourism, and ecopedagogy. He has published his works in leading academic journals and also presented his academic work at a number of international academic conferences.
Idris is a lecturer in the Social Studies Program, Faculty of Social Science, Universitas Negeri Malang. His research interests include, but are not limited to, human resource management, strategic management, tourism, and learning innovation. He has published his works in leading academic journals and also presented his academic work at a number of international academic conferences.