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Journal of Social Studies Education Research

Sep 24, 2021 Volume 12, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 17

  1. High School Students of Color in the U.S. Speak about Their Educational Experiences: Schooling, Culture and Pedagogy

    Lydiah Nganga, John Kambutu, Reed Scull & Keonghee Han

    This phenomenological study examined the experiences of high school students of color (n = 33) living in a rural, predominately White state in the United States of America (U.S.) Drawing data from ... More

    pp. 1-27

  2. The Level of Intellectual Security and its Relationship with Life Satisfaction among Mutah University Students

    Abdallah Almahaireh, Mamduh Alzaben, Fatima Aladwan & Mohammad Aljahani

    The study aimed to reveal the level of intellectual security and its relationship to life satisfaction among students at the University of Mutah, Jordan. A correlation approach was used. To achieve... More

    pp. 28-46

  3. Forming School and University Partnerships to Learn and Teach with Primary Sources

    Stewart Waters, Anthony Pellegrino, Matt Hensley & Joshua Kenna

    What makes a successful student teaching experience? The purpose of this 18-month long project was to improve social science educator preparation through embedding skills and practices of teaching ... More

    pp. 47-78

  4. Moderate Islamic Education to Enhance Nationalism among Indonesian Islamic Student Organizations in the Era of Society 5.0

    Sitti Jamilah

    This study aims to investigate the role of moderate Islamic education in enhancing nationalism among Indonesian Islamic student organizations in the era of Society 5.0. The research design took a... More

    pp. 79-100

  5. Karl Marx’s Theory of the Productive Forces in the Present Fourth Industrial Revolution

    Kien Pham

    The purpose of the article is to assert Marx’s correctness in maintaining the role of the productive forces in the production process. The paper clarifies the concept of productive forces,... More

    pp. 101-119

  6. A Learning Model for Teaching “Population Geography” course in Higher Education through Case Study of International Women's Migration

    Muhammad Zid & Asep Casmana

    The purpose of this study was to determine a learning model for teaching "Population Geography" to geography education students in universities using international women's migration as a case study... More

    pp. 120-143

  7. Using Coping Strategies of Informal Sector Traders amid COVID-19 in Indonesia for Social Studies Teaching Materials on Realizing SDGs

    Nasution Nasution, Sarmini Sarmini, Warsono Warsono, Wasino Wasino & Fitri Shintasiwi

    The objectives of this study are first, to analyze the coping strategies of informal sector traders amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic; and second, to take the results of this... More

    pp. 144-174

  8. Problem of Forming a Literate Reader in the Digital Age Based on the Material of Modern Children’s and Youth Prose

    Nadezhda Shabalina & Anton Bykov

    The purpose of this article is to identify the types of readers’ characters, to study the literary preferences of readers’ characters and the influence that the book has on the inner world, to... More

    pp. 175-203

  9. The Role of the College of Education at Kuwait University in Countering Violent Extremism among Students

    Maadi Alajmi

    This study aims to identify the forms of violent extremism among students of the College of Education at Kuwait University and specify the causes that drive youth towards it. This study used a... More

    pp. 204-224

  10. The Impact of the Sesan Customary Practice on the Traditional Marriage of the Lampung Pepadun Society in Instilling Sharia Social Values

    Suhairi Suhairi

    This study aims to determine the impact of the traditional practice of sesan on the indigenous people of Lampung Pepadun Negara Aji Baru Lampung, which is intended to inculcate social values in... More

    pp. 225-247

  11. An Among-Based Mentoring Model for Vocational Schools in Yogyakarta and Its Social Impact

    Istiningsih Istiningsih

    This study aims to investigate how the use of an among-based mentoring model can improve competencies in vocational education at an agricultural vocational school in Yogyakarta and the social... More

    pp. 248-269

  12. Coping Stress as a Form of Islamic Education Counseling for Students Who Work During the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Abdurrahman Abdurrahman, Saiful Lubis, Sahrul Tanjung & Siti Lubis

    The research aims to investigate the stress symptoms of students studying while working while online learning affected by Covid-19 is ongoing and coping strategies as a form of Islamic education... More

    pp. 270-293

  13. Religious Education Curriculum in Indonesian Islamic University in the Digital Age: Incepting Thematic Alquran of Fadlur Rahman

    Sa'dullah Assa'idi

    This study aims to present the views of Muslim scholar Fadlur Rahman in the Religious Education Curriculum at the Islamic University of Indonesia in the Digital Age. The research design used is a... More

    pp. 294-311

  14. The Adversity Quotient Between Teacher Professionalisme on Student’s Autonomous Learning

    Fatimah Saguni, Hamlan Hamlam & Gusnarib Gusnarib

    The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between the adversity quotient and the professionalism of Madrasah Aliyah teachers in remote areas of South Banawa Subdistrict, Donggala... More

    pp. 312-342

  15. Adolescent Bullying Prevention Program in Educational Institutions: From Comprehensive Research to Modification

    Valentina Panfilova, Aleksey Panfilov, Yulia Gerasimova & Yulianna Enina

    The article discusses the issues of preventing bullying among adolescents in the educational organization and the design and promotion of comprehensive preventive programs for educational... More

    pp. 343-367

  16. Peasants' Resistance to State-Owned Enterprises: Learning from an Indonesian Social Movement

    Wahyudi Wahyudi

    This study analyzes factors that triggered the land-ownership struggle for the Titi Tsoro forest area, the Rights for Cultivation Use and to analyze the various differences in interests related to ... More

    pp. 368-395

  17. Employers’ Contribution to Law Students’ Multilingual Communication Skills Training in Remote Mode due to Pandemic Emergency: Pilot Study

    Anastasia Atabekova

    The research aims to consider the impact that industry representatives as potential employers might produce on law students’ multilingual communication skills training in the remote mode due the... More

    pp. 396-431