ABSTRACT

The proceedings of the Social and Humanities Research Symposium (SoRes) shares ideas, either research results or literature review, on islam, media and education in the digital era. Some recent issues consists of innovative education in the digital era, new media and journalsm, islamic education, human wellbeing, marketing and fintech in terms of islamic perspective, economic welfare, law and ethics. It is expected that the proceedings will give new insights to the knowledge and practice of social and humanities research. Therefore, such parties involved in social and humanities research as academics, practitioners, business leaders, and others will acquire benefits from the contents of the proceedings.

part |184 pages

Economic welfare in terms of Islamic perspective

chapter |18 pages

Abnormal return of Indonesian Sharia Stock Index (ISSI) during the 2019 presidential inauguration

ByL. Sevriana, A. Y. Mafruhat, M. Haviz, N. Noviani

chapter |6 pages

Analysis of working capital and its effect on business growth in the Kawung Areniss Farmer Group in Garut Regency, West Java Province, Indonesia

ByM. Muhardi, H. Handri, D.G. Madjakusumah, N. Ihwanudin, M. Muttaqien, M.M. Asrori, R. Hermayanto, M.D. Prayoga

chapter |7 pages

The contribution of social, economy and technology in rural development

ByM. Muhardi, A.Y. Mafruhat, C. Cintyawati, T.A. Ramli, R. Sabar, H. Ahmad, S. Shaharruddin, A.M. Bohari

chapter |3 pages

Optimization strategy of masjid infaq funds

ByM.F. Arif, H. Suhendi, N.S.M. Sholeh

chapter |9 pages

Accountant competency needs in the industrial revolution 4.0 Era: Focus on soft skills

ByN. Hernawati, M. Maemunah, R.S. Kuntorini, S. Fadilah

chapter |7 pages

Halal awareness, halal certification issues, and challenges for micro businesses in Bandung

ByH. Oemar, E. Achiraeniwati, A. N. Rukmana, A. Septiani

chapter |12 pages

Halal industry certification in Bandung, Indonesia: Opportunities and challenges

ByA. Yusup, E.M. Bayuni, Z.F. Nuzula, Y. Haryati, M.R.N. Alfiani, N.A. Lesmana

chapter |5 pages

The assistance of managing skill and operating Mitra Inovasi Ummat Sharia Cooperation in Margamulya Village, Pangalengan

ByN. Nurhasanah, U. Saripudin, N. Ihwabudin, I. Nurrachmi, S.Z. Zakiyah, M.M. Asrori, A. Meesalucki, I. Nugraha

chapter |6 pages

Interpreting cultural landscape of AKUR Cigugur in Kuningan Regency

ByI. Indratno, C. Chamid, A.A. Fadlima, S.H. Kuntoro

chapter |10 pages

Sharia audit and consumer trust: A case on government-based zakat institutions

ByA. S. Fadilah, K. Nurcholisah, N. Nurleli, E. Sukarmanto, N. Hernawati

chapter |4 pages

The relationship between knowledge and attitude towards household waste management

ByN. Nugraha, A. Aviasti, D. S. Mulyati, A. F. Suahati

chapter |7 pages

Mosque financial reporting: A form of public accountability

ByN. Nurhayati, K. Nurcholisah, M.K. Izzaturahman, Y. Krishnamurti, A. Iss, A.I. Shalihah

chapter |6 pages

Media uses above-the-line and below-the-line media for the promotion of Halal destinations in Indonesia and Malaysia

ByN. Yulianita, N. Nurrahmawati, A. Maryani, K.Z. Darmawan

chapter |7 pages

Carriying capacity of Curug Goong planning using sustainable tourism village approach

ByA. T. Tarlani, S. Saraswati, I. Fardani, A. A. Fadlimat, R. Ekatresna, B. A. Kudus

chapter |5 pages

Islamic values in sustainable economic growth planning: The case of Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam

ByA. R. Dariah, A. R. Hidayat, R. Abdullah

chapter |7 pages

Accounting implementation in improving the capacity of empowering MSMEs

ByA. S. Fadilah, M. Maemunah, N. Hernawati, R. Mardini, Y. Rosdiana, D. Sofianty

chapter |7 pages

How Islamic organizational culture is implemented to Islamic banking institution in Bandung, Indonesia

ByR. Lestari, N. Nurfahmiyati, M. L. Oktaroza, M. L. Oktaroza, F. Sidik P, B. Putra

chapter |4 pages

Principles of Islamic sustainable development in Indonesia

ByA. R. Dariah, A. Y. Mafruhat, M. S. Salleh

chapter |10 pages

The development of Sharia Bank social functions in money waqf in Indonesia

ByA. S. L. Sulistiani

chapter |9 pages

Productive waqf asset management in community economic empowerment in Indonesia and Malaysia

ByM. R. Effendi, E. Setiadi, A. R. Hidayat, S. S. B. Othman

chapter |9 pages

Does the temptation encourage unethical accountant's behavior?

ByP. Purnamasari, R. Hartanto

part |68 pages

Human wellbeing in Islam

chapter |5 pages

Career maturity profile of SMKN students in bandung

ByD. Sartika, T. Damayanti, S. Susandari, S. Julieta, S. Dara

chapter |4 pages

TB elimination at Islamic boarding school

ByW. Purbaningsih, M. Tejasari, T. Respati, L. Yuniarty, Y. Triyani

chapter |7 pages

Knowledge and attitude of university students toward marriage

ByN. M. Sugandhi, S. Yusuf, J. Nurihsan, A. R. Riyadi

chapter |10 pages

Bullying from the perspectives of perpetrators

ByI. S. Borualogo, S. Kusdiyati, H. Wahyudi

chapter |4 pages

Swamedication counseling and compounding training of health drink to produce healthy and productive senior citizen

ByY. Lukmayani, H. A. Wisnuwardhani, K. M. Yuliawati, F. Lestari

chapter |7 pages

Community empowerment in village spatial planning based on Islamic perspective

ByL. S. Akliyah, H. Hindersah, D. Mukhsin M, H. Burhanudin

chapter |4 pages

Israf and impulsive buying in Universitas Islam Bandung students

ByA. Rozana, D. Dwarawati, E.N. Nugrahawati, N. Azalea, A. Prameswari

chapter |5 pages

Coaching program for teacher to improve early detection of student with special needs

ByA. N. Khasanah, S. Kusdiyati, S. R. Hamdan, T. D. Djamhoer

chapter |6 pages

Building inclusive entrepreneurial culture for children at school

ByI. J. Triwardhani, W. Trigartanti, E. Listiani

chapter |8 pages

Improvement of value added of regional waste management through Maggots cultivation

ByP. Renosori, E. Prasetyaningsih, S. Selamat, A. Arief

chapter |5 pages

Mindful at work as a working mother

ByA. N. Khasanah, A. T. Utami, N. Nuraini

part |90 pages

Innovative education in the digital Era

chapter |4 pages

Positive character-building training for children under care of foster parents in SOS village Indonesia Lembang

ByE. N. Wangi, Y. Aslamawati, D. Rosiana, D. Sartika

chapter |6 pages

The use of accounting application software in micro, small, and medium enterprises (study case in Bojong Soang)

ByI.P. Pramono, A. Suangga, R. Lestari, N. Nurleli, R.S. Kuntorini, E. Halimatusadiah

chapter |8 pages

Developing Sundanese language literacy in early childhood through Igel (movement and song)

ByD. N. Inten, D. Mulyani, K. Khambali, S. A. Zaenal, A. N. Khoirunnisa

chapter |5 pages

Process of adaptation of Motives Online Gaming Questionnaire (MOGQ)

ByF. P. Diantina, I. U. Sumaryanti, D. Rosiana

chapter |5 pages

The main priority of maintaining the sustainability of BMT in the digital era

ByM. A. Ibrahim, N. Eprianti, Y. R. Hidayat

chapter |6 pages

Design for development of core competencies of Islamic education curriculum in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0

ByA. Alhamuddin, A. M. Tsaury, E. Surbiyantoro, A. Murniati

chapter |9 pages

Empowering daycare to build a positive character of children born from millennial generations parents

ByY. Aslamawati, E. N. Wangi, T. A. Ramli

chapter |7 pages

Student perception on the selective exposure of the corruption campaign on Facebook

ByN. Yulianita, A. Maryani, R. Gani

chapter |8 pages

Implementation of skills for using social media in the context of online business communication

ByN. Yulianita, T. Wiwitan, R. Gani, E. Setiawan

chapter |6 pages

Gender-based disaster preparedness innovation study

ByI. H. Agustina, A. Rachmiatie, A. M. Ekasari, V. Damayanti, R. R. Aji

chapter |6 pages

Empowering high-school scoutmasters for disaster risk reduction

ByR. Respitawulan, M. Herlina, E. Kurniati, N. Kurniati, I. Sukarsih

chapter |4 pages

Pilot game-based learning program to reduce anxiety during the corona pandemic

ByA. S. Fitriyana, T. Respati, B. D. Sartika

chapter |6 pages

Development of compassion learning through digital stories for early childhood in the Covid-19 pandemic

ByH. Hikmah, S. Koeswantono, S. Hartati, Y. Akmal, K. Karnadi

chapter |7 pages

Performing discourse students' skill by using video

ByE. S. Masykuri, I. I. Nugraheni, J. A. Kumar

part |58 pages

Islamic education

chapter |5 pages

The effectiveness of family communication at the GARUT Tsanawiyah school

ByN. K. Syam, K. Shaleh, V. Maovangi, M. J. I. Day, Y. Ramdani

chapter |7 pages

Pesantren leadership model in the disruptive era

ByC. Cintyawati, A. R. Assyofa, F. S. Firdaus

chapter |8 pages

Build an environmental-based da'wah amid da'i in Baleendah Bandung

ByA.T. Hirzi, T.M. Umar, D.L. Chaerowati, B.S. Ma’arif

chapter |5 pages

Communication dynamics of Jemaat Ahmadiyya Indonesia (JAI) organization after persecution

ByB.S. Ma’arif, A.T. Hirzi, R. Khuza’i

chapter |5 pages

Pious “Sholeh” children indicators constructions in pedagogic perspectives

ByA.R. Riyadi, S. Yusuf LN, M. Solehuddin

part |92 pages

Law and ethics in terms of Islamic perspective

chapter |5 pages

Analysis of the compilation of Islamic Law (KHI Article 181): An Islamic law perspective

ByR. Fawzi, F.F.R.S. Hamdani, I.M. Wijayanti, L. Dzulhijjah

chapter |6 pages

Implementation of CSR in Indonesia Islamic banking: An analysis from maqashid al-syariah

ByJ. Hendar, N. Chotidjah, A. Rohman, R.M. Waldan A., T. Nazira, D.A. Fauzia

chapter |6 pages

Halal certification on food products under the Indonesian legislation in the framework of GATT-WTO 1994

ByN. Ruhaeni, E. A. Aqimuddin, H. Afriyadi

chapter |7 pages

The role of intelligence agencies in eradicating criminal acts of terrorism

ByD.D. Heniarti, O. Wahjoe, A. Puspawati, H. Syawali

chapter |6 pages

Digitalizing Islamic prayer times for accurate Salat time and Azan application

ByE.A. Rojak, M. Yunus, I. Mujahid, N.S.S. Rejekinah

chapter |7 pages

The model of corruption prisoners coaching in correctional institution to achieve purpose of punishment

ByA. Mahmud, D.A. Setiawan, F.F. Izadi, A. Puspitasari, P. Muntafa

chapter |11 pages

Economic law politics and the direction of Indonesian economic law politics

ByE. Yusdiansyah, N.S. Imaniyati, M. Muhardi, H. Syam, M.T. Cheumar

chapter |7 pages

The Sharia hotel policy in Yogyakarta toward non-Mahram guests

ByR. Priyatmoko, A. Maulana, B. Antariksa

chapter |4 pages

The existency of Islamic criminal law against the death penalty for thoughts of drugs

ByY. Maryandi, I. Nurrachmi, W.A. Wiksana

part |28 pages

Marketing and Fintech in terms of Islamic perspective

chapter |8 pages

The readiness of MSME using Fintech application and the profile of Fintech user in Bandung area

ByR. Mardini, I.P. Pramono, R. Hartanto

chapter |7 pages

Brand awareness analysis of halal class of Salman's Halal Centre ITB

ByY.W. Cholifah, R.P. Putra, I. Rachmawati

chapter |6 pages

How do students choose a college: Is it because of the cost of education or the image of the college?

ByD.A. Harahap, R. Tresnati, L. Nurwandi, E. Harahap, D. Amanah

part |72 pages

Media, journalism, and transformation

chapter |5 pages

Amar Maruf Nahi Munkar and Tabayyun as embodiment of Islamic journalism

ByR.R. Kusumalestari, A. Satriani, A.N. Permatasari, K.D. Faraumina, S.A. Larasati

chapter |6 pages

Disaster mitigation education for television journalists in West Java

ByS.S. Kurnia, D. Ahmadi, S.I. Karsa, F. Firmansyah, D. Iskandar

chapter |6 pages

Interpretation of television journalists utilizing smartphone technology on reporting disaster

ByS.S. Kurnia, D. Ahmadi, S.I. Karsa, F. Firmansyah, D. Iskandar

chapter |8 pages

Supporting Salman ITB Publisher to become a competent and competitive Da'wah media

ByA.N. Permatasari, A.Y. Asgha, A. Satriani, S. Novita

chapter |6 pages

Media literacy group coaching from group development to creative content creation skills

ByK. Zakiah, A. Askurifai, D.W. Putri, N. Nurrahmawati

chapter |6 pages

Book writing as a promotion media for culinary products

ByA. Ratnasari, Y. Hamdan, A. Sofyan, Y. Yuniati, N. Nurlimah

chapter |7 pages

Population density and COVID-19 distribution

ByD. Suhenda, N. Nuraini, E.F. Hutasoit

part |106 pages

New media (impacts, benefits, and barriers)

chapter |4 pages

Analysis of public awareness level on garbage

ByN. Eprianti, N.D. Himayasari, I. Mujahid, I.S. Rohmah, P. Srisusilawati

chapter |5 pages

Utilization of weblog (Internet) based marketing communication applications for diffable creativity groups in the city of Bandung

ByO. Hasbiansyah, A. Maryani, O. Kurniadi, Z. Zulfebriges, D. Iskandar

chapter |5 pages

Business model analysis in E-commerce Start-Up

ByA.M. Rani, R. Adwiyah

chapter |8 pages

The use of digital technology in collecting Zakat funds in Indonesia

ByN. Nurhayati, E. Halimatusadiah, P. Purnamasari, H. Suhendi, A.I. Shalihah

chapter |11 pages

Wearable device design: Ultraviolet sterilizer gloves to prevent Covid-19 spread in money transaction

ByN. Nurhayati, K. Izzaturahman, A.I. Shalihah, Y. Krisnamurti

chapter |10 pages

The role of teacher in improving digital literacy in elementary students

ByI. Rachmawati, W. Trigartanti, I.J. Triwardhani, R.P. Putra

chapter |4 pages

Media literation in preventing analysis in the spread of Covid-19 infodemic in Bandung City

ByY. Supriadi, M.S. Drajat, N.L. Saleh, A. Suci R., A.S.N. Huda

chapter |9 pages

Blocking hoax information in a disruptive era

ByF. Darmawan, D. Fardiah, R. Rinawati, K.L. Fadillah, R.A. Aziz

chapter |6 pages

The impact of pornographic content accessed by the Internet on high school students

ByH.H. Setiawan, S. Sumarno, A. Kurniasari, H. Yusuf, R. Murni, A. Rahman

chapter |6 pages

In search of Indonesian-based digital literacy curriculum through TULAR NALAR

ByS.I. Astuti, H. Mulyati, G. Lumakto