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Emerging Trends in Psychology, Law, Communication Studies, Culture, Religion, and Literature in the Global Digital Revolution
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Social Sciences Series: Psychology, Law, Communication Studies, Culture, Religion, and Literature (SOSCIS 2019), July 10 2019, Semarang Indonesia




ISBN 9780367338367
Published March 15, 2020 by Routledge
126 Pages

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Book Description

The Fourth Industrial Revolution has the potential to raise global income levels and improve the quality of life for populations around the world. Technology development of AI, self-driving, big data, the Internet of things, and many digital revolutions have changed how people interact with each other. Therefore, developing a comprehensive and globally shared view of how technology is affecting our lives and reshaping our social, cultural, and human environments is essential. There has never been a time of more significant promise, or one of greater potential peril. Today’s decision-makers, however, are too often trapped in traditional, linear thinking, or too absorbed by the multiple crises demanding their attention, to think strategically about the forces of disruption and innovation shaping our future.
The main goal of the conference was to provide an outlet for papers discussing the importance and impact of industrial revolution 4.0 to influence social aspect in human life. The proceedings consist of papers covering issues on psychology, law, communication studies, culture, religion, and literature. The proceedings will provide the latest research and constitute a concise but timely medium for the dissemination.
The Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Social Sciences Series (SOSCIS 2019) will be invaluable to professionals and academics in psychology, law, communication studies, culture, religion, and literature.

Table of Contents

Foreword
Organizing Committee
Scientific Committee
Analysis of personality and behavioral performance
H. Widhiastuti
The role of leaders in cultivating Islamic values in companies
S.N. Hakim & M. Hanifa
The effects of positive and negative emotion on viral marketing effectiveness
D. Satrio, S.H. Priyanto & A.K.N.A. Nugraha
Teachers’ revelations on self-motivation
A.C. Bocar, A.W. Rachmawati & S. Rahmawati
Legal protection for consumers in online transactions
D. Triasih, B.R. Heryanti & E. Pujiastuti
Legal protection of passing-off well-known marks for the welfare of consumers in Indonesia
D. Kridasaksana
Resilience in adolescents infected with HIV/AIDS
A.D. Savitri & Purwaningtyastuti
Reconstruction of the legal protection concept Janda Cerai in the Batak Toba community based on the value of justice
A.P. Sihotang
Duality of structure in the Family Welfare and Empowerment organization (PKK)
I. Wiendijarti, H.I. Wahyuni & R. Witjaksono
Blonde hair as symbol of Patrick Bateman’s displacement in American Psycho: Semiotic approach
D. Anggraheni & G. Kuan
Authority of religious court in settlement of the Shariah banking dissolution
D.I. Astanti, B.R. Heryanti & S.R. Juita
Implementation of well-designed interior spaces, with psychological concepts and solutions for private workspaces in Surabaya
S.M. Sari & S. de Yong
Small industry and the relationship with protecting and managing the environment
D.T. Muryati, E. Pujiastuti & T. Mulyani
Redefining the relationship of majority and minority as a social principle
J. Basyir, R.F. Marta & Y.B. Setiawan
The scooter motorbike market monopoly by Honda and Yamaha in Indonesia, 2016–2019
Rr.C.W. Putri
Supervision of environmental permits as a juridical instrument for protection environment based on community
E. Pujiastuti, D.T. Muryati & T. Mulyani
Malacca Portuguese intangible cultural heritage: An approach to cultural mapping
B.C. Rego, J.C. Bastos & D.N.A. Janie
Controlling the emotions of children with autism with social stories while at school
M.N. Irawan & T.K. Wai
Employability factor to improve readiness for changes
A.L. Kadiyono, R.A. Sulistiobudi & M.F. Abdurrohman
The challenges of the online journalism in the industrial revolution 4.0 era in Indonesia
A.P. Lestari, S. Solikhati & Y.B. Setiawan
Responding to the circulation of hoaxes using media literacy and information culture
T. Mulyani, D.T. Muryati & E. Pujiastuti
School resilience and religious radicalism in senior high schools
J.H.G. Purwasih & A.A. Widianto
Implementation of occupational health and safety management system in human resources development to improve performance
H. Widhiastuti, G. Yuliasih & Y. Kurniawan
The influence of WhatsApp on improvements for fish farmers: A lesson from Semarang City, Indonesia
F. Apresia, T. Elfitasari & T. Susilowati
The pragmatic force of expressive speech acts of the Banyumasan Javanese language in sale and purchase transactions in Pasar Wage, Purwokerto Timur District, Banyumas Regency
M. Riyanton, M.T. Kariadi & E. Pujihastuti
Reconstruction of regulations dealing with the period of the presidents’ term to minimize the abuse of power
Sukimin
Sociocultural theory applied to collaborative learning in writing strategies
T.D. Wijayatiningsih & M. T. Kariadi
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Biography

Yuliyanto Budi Setiawan is Editor in Chief of the Journal "The Messenger". He is specialized in the field of Gender Communication, Minority Studies, Media Policy, Communication Technology and Culture Industry. As Editor in Chief of the Journal The Messenger, he has lead to bring the journal indexed by some reputable indexer such as Directory of Open Acces Journal (DOAJ), Scopus and Clarivate Analytics (in progress).
Santi Rahmawati is a Founder and Director of Global Operation & Network of the Research Synergy Foundation. She is specialized in the field of Entrepreneurship, Community/ Social Services, Internationalization, and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). She is actively engaged with scholars around the world through several platforms for developing a good research ecosystem. She had a joint research project of Financing SME (Small Medium Enterprise) in ICT (Information and Communication Technology) sector with the Institut Teknologi Bandung and Victoria University of Wellington. She is one of the awardees of the Community Service Grant Program from LPPM ITB. She has also become a tutor of scientific writing coaching clinics to increase author-publication capacity.