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Memaksimalkan Nilai Pendidikan Islam dan Komunikasi dalam Upaya Mensukseskan Perekonomian di Era 4.0

The purpose of the implementation of this research is to determine the maximum value of Islamic Education and Communication in Efforts to Succeed the Economy in the Era of 4.0 in Parungjaya Village. because basically the economy is an important factor in people's lives. Both in meeting individual needs and society in general. The progress of a society can be seen from the ability of Islamic education, communication and economy. The higher the economic level of the community, the more prosperous the community's life is. This research uses a qualitative approach through case studies. Data obtained through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. The data analysis steps include data reduction, data presentation, and verification. The data sources needed to collect and process in this study are primary data and secondary data. Primary data is the parties who are used as research informants. This type of data includes information and information about the condition of the community in Parungjaya Village. And secondary data, namely various books containing public policy theory, theory of public policy implementation, as well as various documents and writings on the condition of the Parung Jaya village community as well as other data relevant to the needs and objectives of the study. Parungjaya Village itself, education has been very good, it can be seen from the awareness of the community who are aware of the importance of education. However, public interest in higher education is still lacking because they prefer to work. As well as religious activities that are already running actively in every block every week. However, from these activities the residents still lack enthusiasm to participate. Likewise, pottery is one of the superior products. Although in modern times like today, more sophisticated and modern tools have begun to erode. Like utensils made of clay etc. What is very unfortunate for them at this time is the lack of the next generation of pottery craftsmen. Based on the research results obtained, the author of Parung Jaya Village has implemented a comprehensive socialization and motivation strategy.
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Pengaruh Modernisasi terhadap Eksistensi dan Keberlangsungan Pengrajin Dandang di Desa Parapatan Kecamatan Sumberjaya Kabupaten Majalengka

Society is a collection of individuals who are always in motion or are always changing. Changes have different measures or sizes, some are experiencing a change that is relatively Fast (evolutionary, there are also moderate and slow changes. Both planned and incidental changes. As with change or currently progressive and massive changes. as the impact of modernization is also felt by the people of Parapatan Village, Sumberjaya, Majalengka, especially Dandang craftsmen, where as the impact of modernization and industrialization, the community prefers practical things rather than using dandang, which has to go through a fairly long production process. This research uses a qualitative method. According to Lexy J. Moleong (2005: 6), qualitative research methods are research that aims to understand the phenomena experienced by research subjects, such as behavior, perceptions, motivation, actions, etc. in a holistic manner, and presented in a descriptive way in the form of narrative and language, in a context special nature and by making use of various natural methods. The results showed that Dandang Craftsmen in Parapatan Village, Sumberjaya District, Majalengka Regency already have consumers who always order their products or commonly called collectors and then market them again to customers who have been loyal subscribers, so that their existence and sustainability are not affected by modernization. that occurs in the community of Parapatan Village, Sumberjaya District, Majalengka Regency. Dandang craftsmen in Parapatan Village, Sumberjaya District, Majalengka Regency are advised to be more creative and innovative in facing modernization that occurs in society due to increasingly sophisticated and practical technological developments and to pay more attention to quality and maintain distinctive characteristics. or the value of “Dandang” Local Products also takes into account in terms of the heir or successor of Dandang Craftsmen for the sake of the existence and sustainability of Dandang Craftsmen in the future.
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Eksistensi Home Industri Kerajinan Anyaman Bambu di Heuleut Leuwimunding Majalengka di Era Revolusi Industri 4.0

This research is focused on the home industry of woven bamboo crafts in the village of Heuleut Leuwimunding Majalengka in 2019. The aspect studied is the objective conditions of the existence of woven bamboo crafts in the midst of the industrial revolution 4.0. This study aims to describe the existence of the bamboo handicraft home industry in the village of Heuleut Leuwimunding, Majalengka in 2019 in the midst of the industrial revolution 4.0. This research is a qualitative research. This type of research was chosen because qualitative research is able to provide descriptive data in the form of written or spoken words from the behavior of the people being observed. So that in researching "The Existence of Home Industry Bamboo Matting, Heuleut Leuwimunding Majalengka Village in the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0" qualitative research is needed in order to obtain descriptive data. Based on the research findings and analysis of the research findings, the existence of the bamboo woven handicraft home industry in the village of Heuleut Leuwidinding Majalengka in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 can be concluded that the production factor is still traditional in both the aspects of raw material procurement and product design. From the aspect of acceptability, the village of Heuleut Leuwidinding Majalengka is relatively easy to reach so that it does not complicate direct marketing. In selling products, the craftsmen do not market directly but there are collectors who will market the products. In the new marketing using traditional marketing, not yet using online sales. The government regulations have not been used by craftsmen both in the aspects of capital and guidance. In general, the existence of the bamboo woven handicraft home industry in the village of Heuleut Leuwidinding Majalengka in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 will be eroded by other parties who will adopt the bamboo woven home industry using machines and with more sophisticated designs (computing). Furthermore, the bamboo woven handicraft home industry in the village of Heuleut Leuwidinding Majalengka in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 will reduce the craftsmen's economy because it is limited to producing products traditionally without any product development, results, and marketing.
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Stunting pada Anak Usia Dini

Malnutrition and stunting are two interrelated problems. Stunting in children is the result of nutrient deficiency during the first thousand days of life. This causes irreversible disturbances in the physical development of the child, causing a decrease in work performance. Stunted children had a mean Intelligence Quotient (IQ) score, eleven points lower than the average IQ score in normal children. Disorders of growth and development in children due to malnutrition if they do not get intervention from an early age will continue into adulthood. The research method used is a phenomenological qualitative method. Researchers will examine cases of stunting in Mirat Village, Lewimunding District, Majalengka Regency. Sample 2 children who were stunted in Mirat Village, Lewimundin District. Research data source UPTD Puskesmas Lewimunding District. Based on the results of researchers' interviews with nutritionists and environmental health workers (Kesling), as well as observations of two stunted children as well as interviews with parents, it was found that the factors that influence stunting are as follows: a diet that does not fulfill a balanced nutrition during the pregnancy process. and after the baby is born, the child's diet from birth to two years of age, exclusive breastfeeding for less than 6 months, complementary feeding (complementary feeding) too early (less than six months), improper parenting (often yelling at children, less close to children, taking actions that make children away from their parents), poor environmental sanitation, not introducing toilet training to children early on, and genetics does not have a significant role in the incidence of stunting
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Pentingnya Dukungan Orang Tua terhadap Motivasi Belajar pada Anak Usia Sekolah di Era Revolusi 4.0 di Desa Rajagaluh Lor

This study discusses the importance of parental support for learning motivation in school-age children in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 in the village of Rajagaluh Lor. This study was motivated by the strategic area of ​​the village of Rajagaluh Lor, both geographically and non-geographically, which is surrounded by several school institutions from the early childhood education level to the Upper Menangah School. In addition, the school's productive age is around 60% and every year there are children who drop out of school. So we conducted a study on this phenomenon, one of the factors for children attending school is the support from parents and external and internal motivation. This study aims to make school-age children in the village of Rajagaluh Lor have motivation to learn with support from their parents. This type of research uses qualitative methods and empowerment activities carried out by the research team, the researcher provides an open questionnaire to the subject, namely school age children 9-10 years. In addition, we hold parenting education seminars to inform parents about proper parenting and hold joint study groups to externally motivate children. It was found from this study that school-age children are very happy when their parents care about the school activities they do, and give them gifts when they reach the targets agreed upon by the parents, so that external and internal motivation appears in them. And the existence of a joint study group also makes school-age children have a high enthusiasm for learning