International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) <p><strong>International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR) [P : <a href="">2723-5920</a>, E : <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2746-086X</a> ] </strong>is <strong>open access</strong> academic journal focused on publishing scholarly work that promotes and fosters knowledge in the field social science and religion. All submissions undergo peer review, and the article in <strong>English or Arabic</strong>. The Journal is constituted by an Editorial Board and managed by a Journal Editor. 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As a rule of Law, Indonesia adheres to many legal systems at the same time that lives and develops in society, namely the civil law system and the customary law system. All these legal systems are complementary, harmonious, and romantic. As the original Law that grows and develops from community habits, Customary Law affects the process of law enforcement in Indonesia. The values ​​contained in customary Law in Indonesia were used in the formation of jurisprudence in the Supreme Court. This paper will explain how customary Law, which has an "unwritten" character, can fill the Indonesian civil law system's legal gap. This paper's research method is a normative legal research method and uses several approaches, namely the statutory approach, the comparative approach, and the historical approach. This paper concludes that legal pluralism in Indonesia can be a solution to the legal gap created by the rigidity of civil law application.</p> Yohanes Firmansyah, Michelle Angelika S, Hanna Wijaya, Yana Sylvana Copyright (c) 2021 Yohanes Firmansyah, Michelle Angelika S, Hanna Wijaya, Yana Sylvana Fri, 05 Mar 2021 00:00:00 -0800 Islamic Epistemology Paradigm: Worldview of Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies Syed Muhammad Naqueb Al-Attas <p>This article departs from the author's anxiety about Islamic epistemology vis a vis the Islamization of science in the worldview of interdisciplinary Islamic epistemology, Syed Muhammad Naqueb al-Attas regarding the Islamization paradigm of science with a concept with an approach based on the paradigm of Islamic epistemology. In this case, the problem of Islamization is fundamental epistemologically. However, al-Attas does not want to contradict one another, in fact, it further strengthens the Islamization of science under Islamic epistemology’s spirit or values. The epistemology of Islamic thought of Syed Muhammad Naqueb al-Attas regarding the concept of epistemology vis a vis the Islamization of science is not only built on revelation and religious belief. However, it is built on a cultural tradition strengthened by philosophical speculation related to secular life that focuses on humans as rational beings. As a result, science and ethical and moral values, governed by human reason, are constantly changing. Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas’ Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies is a conception of the need for the Islamization of science related to reality and truth is understood by the unification method where there is a unity between inductive and deductive, empirical, and rational principles. The approach and theory used in this paper explore the historical roots of the epistemological paradigm of Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas by combining esoteric and ecstical elements as well as the combination of secularism and religion. However, it must be an interdisciplinary scientific discipline in Islamic studies.</p> Mahmudin Mahmudin, Zayyadi Ahmad , Abdul Basit Copyright (c) 2021 Mahmudin Mahmudin, Zayyadi Ahmad , Abdul Basit Fri, 05 Mar 2021 00:00:00 -0800 Conceptual Framework and Development of Quality Management for Islamic Higher Education in Indonesia <p>Quality is a determining indicator of the existence of Islamic higher education institutions in the future. Higher education with quality will be in demand by the community. Therefore, quality must be a priority indicator in the implementation of Islamic-based higher education. In order for the quality to continue to increase, universities should implement the concept of Total Quality Management (TQM) in all areas of university administration. Integrated quality management requires the existence of an Internal Quality Assurance System (SPMI) which aims to ensure the implementation of ducation according to standards. In order for the Internal Quality Assurance System (SPMI) to run well, it is necessary to have a quality culture that is well understood and implemented by stakeholders. The quality culture contains several aspects, namely: 1) focus on customers, 2) obsession with quality, 3) scientific approach, 4) long-term commitment, 5) teamwork, 6) continuous improvement of the system, 7) education and training, 8) controlled freedom, 9) respect for everyone, 10) unity of purpose, 11) involvement and empowerment of employees. Efforts that can be made in developing and maintaining the quality of Islamic higher education include: 1) Strategic Plan as a basis for implementing education, 2) building a higher education brand image, 3) consistency in implementing the internal quality assurance system.</p> Khairul Azan, Kemas Imron Rosadi, Muntholib Muntholib Copyright (c) 2021 Khairul Azan Fri, 05 Mar 2021 00:00:00 -0800 Emotional Maturity in the Ability to Socialize Early Childhood Educators <p>PAUD teacher must have emotional maturity. The things that are directly related to the emotional maturity level of the teacher are environment, be it at home, the community or the educator's environment in the institution. Therefore, if a PAUD teacher can be well received by his fellow students, he tends to have emotional stability. With the acceptance of teachers in the early childhood environment, it can help students in early childhood development. It is assumed that emotional maturity has a significant relationship with the teacher's ability to socialize. The results showed that most of the PAUD teachers were quite good at emotional maturity, namely 74% of all respondents, then 21% of teachers were in the good category. However, there are still 5% of teachers whose emotional maturity is not good. The level of socialization of early childhood teachers in institutions and the environment is in the quite good category, namely as much as 79%, in the good category, which is 15% and there are still 6% of teachers who have poor social skills. The table shows that there is a relationship between emotional maturity and teacher PAUD socialization in Bunga sub-district, Sragen regency.</p> Nurlia Yusniar Copyright (c) 2021 Nurlia Yusniar Fri, 05 Mar 2021 00:00:00 -0800 The Implementation of Inheritance Dispute Arrangement Based on Local Wisdom in Gayasan A, Jenggawah, Jember Regency <p>Differences in understanding the distribution pattern of inheritance rights potentially cause disputes which fade the family relationships and merge endless conflicts among the family members. The aim of the research is to comprehend the implementation of inheritance dispute arrangement based on local wisdom as an alternative method in achieving the community’s balance and harmony that they still consider the arrangement through a court action as a taboo of settlement. The research shows several findings; factors that influence the differences in the distribution of inheritance in Gayasan A, Jenggawah, Jember Regency are the absence of communication between the heirs (the giver) and heirs, which is known as debik kek lopaen; and the community’s view of the heirs also influence the distribution of inheritance rights, so that local wisdom is needed as a strategic tool in arranging the disputes by implementing internal discussions among the family members mediated by a customary head and a sanction of exclusion (not diajepi). Data collection was conducted through a combination of literature study and field study by triangulating the results of observations, interviews and questionnaires. The research design applied was the sociology of law with an approach of problem on the unwritten customary law implemented in the community of Gayasan A as a social fact developed from the value system of the community and supported by a theoretical approach</p> Erfina Fuadatul Khilmi, Arvina Hafidzah; Praptika Septi Femilia Copyright (c) 2021 Erfina Fuadatul Khilmi, Arvina Hafidzah; Praptika Septi Femilia Fri, 05 Mar 2021 00:00:00 -0800 Accountability Guidance and Counseling Program In the City of Banjarmasin Vocational School <p>The existence of guidance and counseling is a basic need that must be prioritized in the life of the community Guidance and Counseling Services that are good and right, effective and efficient in developing guidance and counseling missions so that community recognition and trust will increase. Accountability is carried out periodically and in accordance with the provisions with effective documentation through measurement of results from professional activities. Accountability refers to accountability for the success or failure of achieving the results of an organization's program. The guidance and counseling profession as professional counselors masters and realizes their professional practice, the accountability of guidance and counseling must be carried out as an embodiment of the obligation to account for the success or failure of implementing the guidance and counseling program mission in achieving the stated goals and objectives.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Muhammad Yuliansyah, I Nyoman Sujana Degeng, Bambang Budi Wiyono, Achmad Supriyanto, Jarkawi Jarkawi, Murdiansyah Herman Copyright (c) 2021 Muhammad Yuliansyah, I Nyoman Sujana Degeng, Bambang Budi Wiyono, Achmad Supriyanto, Jarkawi Jarkawi, Murdiansyah Herman Fri, 05 Mar 2021 00:00:00 -0800