Journal Description

Open Access Indonesia Journal of Social Sciences (OAIJSS) is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year (June and December). OAIJSS is intended to publish articles concerning with the results of research on social sciences miscellaneous. OAIJSS is published by Hanif Medisiana Publisher - Universitas Sriwijaya. OAIJSS has eISSN : 2722-4252.



OAIJSS invites manuscripts in the various topics including : Health Social Sciences, Social Psychology, Public Policy and Administration, Sociology, Communication Science, International Relation, Economics, Accounting, Finance, Management, Art, Culture, Humanity, Education, Development, Languages, Literacy, Law, Criminology,  and all aspects related social sciences.

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Vol. 4 No. 2 (2021): Open Access Indonesia Journal of Social Sciences

Published: Apr 1, 2021

Blended Learning with Science-Technology-Society Approachment: a Literature Review

173-177 Nuril Huda, Mustaji Mustaji, Fajar Arianto
81

Personal Data Protection Regulations to Support Investment in Indonesia

178-187 Sumartono Sumartono, R Djoko Andreas Navalino, Wildan Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
128

The Urgency of Indonesia Government to Dealing with Mercatilism From Developed Country

188-191 R Djoko Andreas Navalino, Sumartono Sumartono, Wildan Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
74

Marketing Strategy Using Porter's Five Force Model Approach: A Case Study of PT M-150 Indonesia

192-198 Eka Apriyanti
45

Designing Accounting Information Systems for Primary Cash Receipts and Expenditures in Open ERP-based Retail Units (ODOO)

199-208 Ivana Larasati Putri Navalina, Ludfi Djajanto, Ari Kamayanti
108

Best Practices and Challenges of Outcomes Based Education (OBE) in Social Sciences Instruction of Junior High School Students in Jolo, Sulu

209-218 Adamel K. Lukman
174

Teachers' Profile and Classroom Instruction Delivery: The Case of a Certain University in the Southern Philippines

Teacher's profile

219-227 Abubakar J. Radjuni
94

Economic Implications of Senior High School to Parents in Southern Philippines: A Rural-Urban Perspective

278-293 Kadafi A. Basaluddin
58

Exploring Instructional Competencies of Mindanao State University-Sulu Teachers in The Age of COVID-19 Pandemic

294-311 Allen I Talikan
137

The Administrative Capability of The Barangay Governments in The Municipality of Jolo, Philippines

318-330 Kadafi A. Basaluddin
42

Comparative Analysis Of Students’ Perceptions In Modular Distance Learning Approach Versus Face-To-Face Learning Approach Of Mindanao State University – Sulu

331-344 Altamir Salamuddin
616

Causes and Effects of Absenteeism among First Year College Students of the Mindanao State University – Sulu

345-352 Adamel K. Lukman
56

Glocalization: An Emerging Approach in Teacher Education

353-359 Abubakar J. Radjuni
57

Building an Integrated Food Estate to Realize Territorial Resilience in Papua

360-369 Beni Rudiawan, Amarulla Octavian, Rizerius Eko Hadi Sancoko, Wayan Nuriada, Buddy Suseto, Martinus Dwi Arjanto Widodo, Endah Sri Rejeki
50

Bud Tumantangis: A Bangsa Sug Historic-Societal Relevance

382-390 Alkinor R. Sajan
64

Hybrid Solar Energy System as Alternative Power Supply in Mindanao State University-Sulu: Impact on Quality Services

391-406 Maryjoy A. Busaña
42

Effect Of Modular Distance Learning Approach To Academic Performance In Mathematics Of Students In Mindanao State University-Sulu Senior High School Amidst Covid-19 Pandemic

407-430 Jainalyn Annong Aksan
2610

Demographic Profiles and The Percieved-Actual Responses of The Grade 7 History Teachers on The Implementation of The K-12 Curriclum in The Province of Sulu

431-439 Abdulla I. Mohammad
32

Teachers’ Perception On Modular Distance Learning Approach At Mindanao State University-Sulu: Its Readiness And Challenges

440-460 Padzmahal G. Jayani
452

Factors Which Promoted The Interest Of The Selected Professionals In Jolo In Obtaining A Master’s Degree

461-470 Farrah Carlson L. Tandih
24

School Heads’ Educational Leadership Practice and Teachers’ Performance : The Case of Omar District, Division of Sulu, Philippines

370-381 Norman A. Abdurahman, Jul-Aspi K. Omar
63

Factors Influencing Students Reading Comprehension Difficulties Amidst The Use Of Modular Distance Learning Approach In Mindanao State University Sulu – Senior High School

471-493 Khar-Diya A. Abbas
596

Social Engineering in Building an Integrated Solution Center in Papua to Support the Integrity of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia

88-96 Beni Rudiawan, Amarulla Octavian, Rizerius Eko Hadi Sancoko, Wayan Nuriada, Buddy Suseto, Martinus Dwi Arjanto Widodo, Endah Sri Rejeki
41

The Effect of Instagram Influencers on Purchase Intentions Mediated by Brand Image on Cosmetic Products (Study on Gen Z Women)

(Study on Gen Z Women)

111-123 Dewi Tamara, Lidiya Heriyati , Tsabita Hanifa, Michelle Carmen
31

Impact of Economic and Financial, Construction Technology and Resources, and Project Organizational Culture on Project Performance Studies at PT. PLN UPP Kitring, Centre Part Borneo-1

124-136 Kevin Erianto Utomo, Hastin Umi Anisah
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