HISTORICAL: Journal of History and Social Sciences https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i <p>HISTORICAL: Journal of History and Social Sciences is a peer reviewed journal published by Perkumpulan Dosen Fakultas Agama Islam Indramayu. The journal is aimed at spreading the research results conducted by academicians, researchers, and practitioners in the field of history and Social Sciences. The scope of the area in the field of "History" included local history, social history, cultural history, history of science, history of education, historical material In social studies, historiography, history of intellectuals, religion history, Islamic history and civilization. The term “Social Sciences” includes relevant disciplines like economics, management, sociology, psychology, anthropology, geography. communication studies, law, cultural studies, Political Issues, Political sciences and public policy, Government, public administration studies, Population studies, Media studies, development studies, Tourism, and other related disciplines. The journal is published four times a year (March, June, September and December).</p> en-US perkumpulanpdfaii@gmail.com (Lukman Hakim) info@pdfaii.org (Sufyan) Wed, 12 Jun 2024 03:06:52 +0000 OJS http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 The Function of Inland Shipping on Economic Supporting Activities of the South Kalimantan Community 1980-2000 https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i/article/view/108 <p>The main problem examined in this research is how the function of inland shipping is to support the economic activities of the people of South Kalimantan in 1950-1970 The results of the research show that the river network has become the economic lifeblood of the population where most of their economic activities are carried out through and on rivers due to shipping activities. Rivers cannot be separated from their role as trade routes. River shipping has an important role in transporting trade goods. Agricultural products and forest products are one of the main commodities transported via river shipping. As a means of traffic, rivers play a role in opening up the isolation of inland areas that cannot be passed by land. The method used in this research uses the historical method through the Heuristic stage (data collection), internal and external criticism of the data obtained, interpretation and historiography of historical writing based on the data that has been obtained according to the researcher's objectives. The novelty of this research is that previous research only revealed the phenomenon of river shipping broadly, then this research focuses on the economic sector. It can be concluded that with the times and the rapid development of technology, the transportation sector has developed. The widespread development of land transportation facilities by creating land roads and bridges to connect between regions can shorten distances and travel times. However, it even has an impact on the economic sector through water transportation routes.</p> Muhammad Rico Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Rico https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i/article/view/108 Wed, 12 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Examining Factors Affecting Labor Force Participation: Global Economic Analysis https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i/article/view/111 <p>Utilizing econometric modeling and data from thirty-three observations, the study investigates how important economic variables affect LFPR.GDP growth, the FDI ratio, inflation, and trade ratios are among the variables. The findings show a relationship between long-term fixed rate mortgages and foreign direct investment (FDI), but not between total lending. The effects of inflation and GDP growth are less evident. The study highlights the complexity of labor market behavior modeling while taking into account potential problems with econometric models, such as heteroscedasticity and autocorrelation. The results also significantly close knowledge gaps in the economic dynamics underlying labor force participation and provide policymakers with recommendations for improving the efficiency and inclusivity of the labor market. The analysis's conclusions show that all the various social, demographic, and economic factors that affect labor force dynamics must be taken into account when creating policy.</p> Md. Ashraful Amin, Md Amirul Islam, Abdul Kader Jelane, Umme Sumaia Copyright (c) 2024 Md. Ashraful Amin, Md Amirul Islam, Abdul Kader Jelane, Umme Sumaia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i/article/view/111 Mon, 01 Jul 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Analysis of the Islamic Cultural History Curriculum https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i/article/view/105 <p>Islamic Cultural History Curriculum Analysis is an in-depth review of the structure and content of the curriculum relating to Islamic history and culture. This research evaluates the philosophical, theological, sociocultural, psychological and science and technology foundations. The analysis of the history of Islamic education curriculum also provides a foundation for efforts to improve the quality of Islamic education. Evaluation of the curriculum helps identify strengths and weaknesses, so that continuous improvement can be made. The focus of the analysis includes learning objectives, teaching materials, learning resources, and evaluation. The purpose of this study was to analyze the Islamic cultural history curriculum, especially in the Riyadhul Jannah Modern Junior High School with a qualitative case study approach. The results of the analysis of the Islamic cultural history curriculum in general went well with the appropriate planning and implementation stages.</p> Retno Dwi Ramadhannita, Mulyawan Safwandy Nugraha Copyright (c) 2024 Retno Dwi Ramadhannita, Mulyawan Safwandy Nugraha https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i/article/view/105 Mon, 01 Jul 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS) Versus Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah): A Contestation Over Interpretation of Islam in Malaysian Politics https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i/article/view/114 <p>This study analysed contending views over interpretation of Islam in politics between two major Malaysian Islamist political parties; <em>Parti Islam Se-Malaysia</em> (PAS) and <em>Parti Amanah Negara</em> (AMANAH), and how the differing discourses taken were reflected electorally. It explored the historical dynamics of conservatism and progressivism within PAS, and by extension AMANAH as its splinter party. Primary and secondary documentation analysis was conducted on resources ranging from writings and speeches of respective party figures, official documents and extensive literatures written on the subject. The research concluded firstly, a preference over Malay communalistic ideas in PAS was the main factor that led to the systematic elimination of AMANAH. Secondly, while PAS has a long historical root centred upon creation of Islamic state, implementation of <em>hudud</em>, and exclusivist attitude towards others, AMANAH views Islam from the higher objectives of <em>syariah</em> that emphasizes good governance, justice, and inclusivity regardless of religious and ethnic differences. Thirdly, a mutual contestation existed, <em>id est </em>not only AMANAH challenged the conservative Islamist narrative of PAS, PAS also challenged the progressive Islamist narrative of AMANAH. Finally, electoral contestation between PAS and AMANAH shown that AMANAH managed to edge over PAS in 14<sup>th</sup> General Election (GE14). However, PAS capitalized on ethnic sentiments to gain unprecedented electoral success in 15<sup>th</sup> General Election (GE15). While this research was limited to existing data in the field, future studies could utilize quantitative methods to explore how electorates on the ground grasp respective parties’ ideas and contestation.</p> Firzan Haniff bin Abd Manap, Danial bin Mohd Yusof Copyright (c) 2024 Firzan Haniff bin Abd Manap, Danial bin Mohd Yusof https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://historical.pdfaii.org/index.php/i/article/view/114 Tue, 02 Jul 2024 00:00:00 +0000