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November 2015 Volume 40th . Number 1. ISSN :2305-4557

 

Title

THE IMPORTANCE OF MEDIA LITERACY EDUCATION IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHER TRAINING IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Author

Ergün Recepoğlu

Source International Journal of Social Sciences  pp 001-012    Vol 40. No. 1 -- 2015
Abstract

Media literacy is a concept that is of great significance as media has positive and negative effects of on society, citizens, especially on children. Teachers have major role in the process of educating children about media literacy, therefore training of teachers in higher education about media literacy gains great importance in pre-service. The aim of this study is to analyze developments about media literacy education in Turkey. There are some developments about media literacy education in Turkey with the cooperation of RTUK (Radio and Television Supreme Council) with MONE (Ministry of National Education). Media literacy course started as an elective course in Turkey in 2007-2008 academic periods at 6th, 7th and 8th grades and still goes on. The Turkish Ministry of National Education and Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTUK) has made great leaps recently by introducing media education into curriculum of the primary schools.

 

Keyword

Literacy, media literacy, pre-service teachers, teacher training, higher education

 

 

Title

INFLUENCE OF REWARD TOWARD  EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE OF ENVESTEMENT AND INTEGRATED SERVICES AGENCY OF PEKANBARU CITY

Author

FIRDAUS

Source International Journal of Social Sciences  pp 013-030    Vol 40. No. 1 -- 2015
Abstract

The phenomenon that made the object study is the employees performance of Investment and Integrated Service Agency of Pekanbaru City. The purpose of this research is to examine the influence of rewards toward  employee performance of Investment and Integrated Service Agency of Pekanbaru City.
The method used is descriptive method with quantitative approach. Data collected by literature studies and surveys. Sampling method used in this research is a census method, in which the entire population of the Investment and Integrated Service Agency of Pekanbaru City as many as 57 employees were included as the study sample.
Based on the discussion of the results obtained by the conclusion, that there are significant influence of Reward toward Employee Performance of Investment and Integrated Service Agency of Pekanbaru City of 0.506 or the influence Rewarding on Employee Performance amounted to 50.6 percent, while the rest 49, 4 percent influenced by epsilon or other factors which are not involved in this study, although not involved through testing the coefficient of determination, it can be seen the influence of other factors. Influence on the performance of the employee's remuneration is fairly strong and indicate that among the benefits that are positioned as antecedent variables and  the employee performance which is positioned as a consequence variables established a mechanism of causality. This relationship means that if the reward increases or increasing then the increase with an increase in employee performance. Thus it can be stated that the payments to the employees performance of the Investment and Integrated Service Agency of Pekanbaru City is one of the causes of high and low employee performance in carrying out its duties and functions Investment and Integrated Service Agency of Pekanbaru City. Therefore, employee performance can be level with increasing rewards.

 

Keyword Reward, Employee Performance, Integrated Service
 

 

Title

REGIONAL POTENTIAL RESOURCES PRODUCTS:
Data and Economic Potential of People
In the Era of Regional Autonomy

Author
Dr. Afriadi S. Hasibuan
Source International Journal of Social Sciences  pp 031-038    Vol 40. No. 1 -- 2015
Abstract

Region potential is the basis of regional development. Regional as the basic capital is expected to be able to manage those resources as a  region potential. As potential, along with the local government and private sector participation analyze the potential of the regions of the capabilities with a view to knowing the potentials possessed in order to be utilized into the potential and potential resources products in regional economic development independently. Therefore, this potential is used to carry out the development of real regional development actualized in improving public welfare through the development of productive resources. The development of productive resources intended to increase the income and the ability of people to fit in living standards. ..................................................

 

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Title

DISTRICT INTEGRATED ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE (PATEN) IMPLEMENTATION ANALYSIS IN LELES DISTRICT OF GARUT REGENCY

Author

Mohammad Rifa’i

Source International Journal of Social Sciences  pp 039-052    Vol 40. No. 1 -- 2015
Abstract

As time progress, organization public not only prosecuted capable of increase productivity in any its activities, but also able to improve quality in process public service can realize bureaucratic reform and to being a breakthrough in the process of administrative services in sub-district. Hence, administrative service, do not need to go around every personnel the related but just handed beam to service counter and wait until document done after doing payment.
The implementation of the PATEN was innovation in the public service at the sub-district level as the follow-up of the implementation of ministerial regulation number 4/ 2010 on guidelines for integrated administrative servicesub-district. Thus for district capable of organizing PATEN and been approved by goverments of the city including Leles Sub-districts ofGarut should be able to improve the quality of public services and close as referring to the purpose of the PATEN.

 

Keyword AdministrationServices, integrated, sub-district
 

 

Title

UP TO NO GOOD: THE POT CALLS THE KETTLE BLACK. 
A REVIEW OF BRITISH HOME OFFICE ADVICE ON KUWAIT, 2014.

Author

Susan Kennedy

Source International Journal of Social Sciences  pp 053-068    Vol 40. No. 1 -- 2015
Abstract

This article examines a review of British Home Office Advice on Kuwait, 2014.  In the review, Claire Beaugrand called for the removal of the term ‘ethnicity’ in reference to the historical basis of Bedoun asylum claims, persecution on the basis of ethnic identity.  Previously, this had been stated as the primary source of claims in the Home Office advice.  I discuss Beaugrand’s recommendation as a flawed analysis of the identity of the Bedoun in Kuwait, from the perspective of theoretical and methodological approaches to the Bedoun.  I introduce the notion that the marginalisation of the Bedoun in Kuwait society is reflective of marginalisation of the Bedouin majority population in Kuwait at the level of social interactions and also in relation to the historical production of knowledge about Bedouin identity and culture throughout the Middle East.  The concept of ‘documented’ and ‘undocumented’ stateless people is discussed, and its relevance to the Bedoun’s lived experience.  The use of the terms ‘ethnic,’ ‘tribal’ and ‘race’ by academics in regard to the Bedoun as Bedouin (Arabian tribal people) is also clarified.

 

Keyword

Kuwait, Bedouin, Bedoun, refugees, identity, culture, marginalisation, statelessness