https://talenta.usu.ac.id/jssi/issue/feed Journal of Sumatera Sociological Indicators 2022-11-11T20:48:26+07:00 Rahma Hayati Harahap rahmashiny12@usu.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p>This journal is a discussion medium for researchers, theorists, and practitioners in the field of sociology. <strong>Journal of Sumatera Sociological Indicators,</strong> as the name implies, is expected to be an indicator of the development of public theory and policy in Indonesia in general. The implementing organization in this journal involves members of the Sociology professional association throughout Indonesia. Even though this journal has just been published, the administrators will try to develop this journal to achieve an international or national reputation. This journal is expected to be a medium for public discourse in the midst of the fading, even the death of expertise. Cooperation and collaboration between sociology academics, in particular, and the field of social sciences in general is highly anticipated and expected.</p> https://talenta.usu.ac.id/jssi/article/view/9821 The Relation of the Role of the Generation Planning Ambassador (Genre) with the Knowledge Level of Reproductive Health in Medan City Adolescents 2022-10-06T11:25:10+07:00 Yobel Putra yobelputra02@gmail.com <p><em>This study examines the influence of the Planning Generation Ambassador (Genre) on Adolescent Reproductive Health Knowledge in Medan City. This research was carried out at the Youth Counseling Information Center (PIK-R) group in Medan City, namely the PIK-R Syahadah UMSU Group, PIK-R AN-Nahlu MAN 1 Medan and PMR Wira Sultan Iskandar Muda Medan. The theory used is the socialization theory proposed by Peter L. </em>The method used in this research is quantitative research methods. With nonprobability sampling technique in the form of saturated sampling as many as 79 from the three PIK-R groups. The independent variable in this study is the Planning Generation Ambassador which includes one indicator, namely the socialization given to teenagers in Medan City. While the dependent variable (dependent) is knowledge of reproductive health which includes three indicators, namely: knowledge of reproductive health, understanding reproductive health, and carrying out reproductive health activities (Notoatmojo, 2012). The method used in this research is quantitative research methods. With nonprobability sampling technique in the form of saturated sampling as many as 79 from the three PIK-R groups. The independent variable in this study is the Planning Generation Ambassador which includes one indicator, namely the socialization given to teenagers in Medan City</p> 2022-11-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Sumatera Sociological Indicators https://talenta.usu.ac.id/jssi/article/view/9468 Analysis of Women's Multiple Roles and Domestic Violence Female Factory Workers in Sunggal District, Deli Serdang Regency 2022-10-20T15:04:21+07:00 Melda Lubis meldalubis.melda@gmail.com <p><em>Multiple Roles is a work role that is accepted by one sex more than the other sex. The division of labor based on gender can be divided into 3 types, namely: Reproductive, Productive, and Social or also called 3 triple roles gender roles. The purpose of this study is to find out how multiple roles and domestic violence occur in Sunggal District, Deli Serdang Regency. This type of research is qualitative with descriptive methods. Data collection techniques in this study using primary data that is data obtained through observation and interviews and documentation. Primary data collection techniques using the method of observation, interviews, and documentation. The results showed that the Multiple Roles of women working as factory workers because of the insistence on the family's economic needs getting higher, meeting the needs of daily life, the husband does not work, Lack of husband's responsibility as the head of the household in meeting family needs, husband who do not have a permanent job but are unemployed who every day the husband of the wives of the factory workers spends his time from morning even to night only in the coffee shop / “tuak”.</em></p> 2022-11-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Sumatera Sociological Indicators https://talenta.usu.ac.id/jssi/article/view/9396 Women Delay Marriage in Malay Land 2022-10-14T16:44:34+07:00 Marisa Elsera marisaelsera@umrah.ac.id Madinatul Munawarah munawarah99@gmail.com Sri Wahyuni swahyuni@gmail.com Casiavera casiavera@umrah.ac.id <p>There are many reasons to get married and there are many reasons not to marry. It is normal for marriage <br />to be considered as a rational option, especially in metropolitan areas, but of course this cannot be normalized <br />for people in small towns like Tanjungpinang where the majority are from the Malays. Modernity and the <br />degradation of traditional values are the reasons why women delay marriage. Based on the results of the <br />research, the Tanjungpinang Malay community can understand the delay in the age of marriage for working <br />women (career women) but not so for women who do not work it is considered a disgrace.</p> 2022-11-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Sumatera Sociological Indicators https://talenta.usu.ac.id/jssi/article/view/9622 Factors Caused for The Existence of Bakuke Art in Non Java Communities 2022-11-08T20:04:45+07:00 Heni Nopianti - heninopianti@unib.ac.id Heri Sunaryanto sunaryantoheri@unib.ac.id Hainun Annisa hainunub@unib.ac.id <p>Research aims to analyze the factors that cause the existence of BAKUKE (Barongan Kuda<br />Kepang) Javanese art in the community that is not a traditional javanese territory. The approach used<br />in research is qualitative descriptive with informant determination techniques that are done purposive<br />sampling. The data collection techniques used are observation, in-depth interviews and Focus Group<br />Discussion, and documentation. The data obtained is then reduced, sorted and recorded and verified to<br />obtain the validity of the data in order to answer the research formulation. Research produces<br />information that 'Candra Kirana' is the art of Barongan Kuda Kepang Jawa Tribe in Dusun Kebun Ubi<br />can exist in areas that are not Java because (1) function factors, as a medium of entertainment in the<br />eyes of the public; (2) Cultural inheritance value factors attached to the community of players who<br />have Javanese blood; (3) Myth factors, in the form of treatment myths in people who experience<br />supernatural diseases, awake from invisible creatures, prohibitions when watching shows using<br />umbrellas, watching from the top of fences or trees, doing 'suits' and myths for cultural heirs such as if<br />cultural heritage is not lived it will get a 'catastrophe'.</p> 2022-11-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Sumatera Sociological Indicators https://talenta.usu.ac.id/jssi/article/view/9467 Cultural Dimensions and The Spread of HIV/Aids in The People's Community 2022-10-01T11:46:13+07:00 Lidya Melissa Bukit lidyamelissabukit@gmail.com <p>HIV/AIDS is a disease that attacks the immune system of human body, causing weaker body in fighting <br />infection., despite that Tanah Karo district is known as areas that living the cultural and karonese tradition . <br />The study used qualitative explorative approach. The results show that there are different cultures and <br />customs among Karo communities affect their sexual behavior. Rebu tradition, which is a norm that limits <br />close interaction among different relatives, to a certain extent resulted in the omission of the attitude of his <br />own family members that will affect the lack of prevention of HIV / AIDS. Patriarchal culture that prioritizes <br />the interests of men, resulting in esclusion of women's voice including in the reproductive sexual issues.</p> 2022-11-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Sumatera Sociological Indicators https://talenta.usu.ac.id/jssi/article/view/10173 Mastery Of Online Learning Techniques by Teachers During The Covid-19 Pandemic 2022-11-10T11:34:42+07:00 metafitri metafitri21@gmail.com Sri Handayani Hanum hanumsh223@gmail.com Ika Pasca Himawati ikaphm910@gmail.com <p>The Covid-19 pandemic has changed many settings, one of which is in the educational process. Through the Circular Letter of the Ministry of Education and Culture Number 4 of 2020, the learning process is carried out with an online learning model. This study aims to describe the implementation of online learning and mastery of online learning techniques by teachers during the Covid-19 pandemic, which previously SMAN 02 Bengkulu City had not implemented online learning but was a cyber school that should have been implemented for a long time.&nbsp; This research uses a qualitative descriptive approach, with data collection techniques through interviews, observations, and documentation. The results of the study were analyzed using functional structural theory proposed by Talcott Persons. The determination of informants was carried out using purposive sampling techniques. The research produced information that the implementation of online learning was carried out using whatsapp groups, google classroom, and several other social media such as Instagram, YouTube. Learning methods from teachers such as making videos, presentations via zoom, and collecting writing assignments through whatsapp groups. Mastery of online learning techniques for teachers does not experience much difficulty because teachers only follow in accordance with learning policies during the Covid-19 pandemic, besides that teachers at SMAN 02 Bengkulu City have high motivation or willingness to face challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic.</p> 2022-11-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Sumatera Sociological Indicators