BIoHS - Journal

Britain International of Humanities and Social Sciences Journal

is a peer-reviewed journal published in February, June and October by BIAR Publisher. BIoHS Journal welcomes research paper in humanities: language and linguistics, history, literature, performing art, philosophy, religion, visual arts. Social sciences: economic, anthropology, sociology, psychology, geography, culture and ethics studies, gender and sexuality studies, archaeology and other related fields which is published in both online and printed versions.

ISSN: 2685-3868 (online) | 2685-1989 (print)

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Current Issue
Vol 3 No 3 (2021): Britain International of Humanities and Social Sciences, October
Published: October, 2021

No. Title / Author Page
The Implementation of Local Government Policies in Improving the Quality of Islamic Education in Mandailing Natal District 
Siti Hawa Lubis
Ulayat Land as a Wakf Object According to Law No 41 Year 2004 Case Study Todairi District Berampu
Muhammad Aidil Hanafi, Md. Yadi Harahap, Ramadhan Shahmedi Siregar
The Role of Islamic Journalists in Fighting Hate Speech
M. Yoserizal Saragih
Study of History of Al-Bukhari on the Differences and the Relevance of the Role of Islamic Education Institutions with Building Religious Plurality in Indonesia
Shobirin, Guntur Dwi Purwanto, Naqiyah, Mohamad Anton Athoillah
 5. Legal Protection of the Rights of Workers/Laborers in Banturung Sub-District Bukit Batu Kota Palangka Raya Based on Law Number 13 of 2003 Concerning Manpower
Oktarianus Kurniawan, Ronaldi, Rizki Setyobowo Sangalang, Alvin Nur Aulia
 6. The Effect of Single Leg and Double Leg Bounding Exercise Programme (BEP) on Increasing Physical Abilities, Strength, and Agility
Mohammad Zaim Zen, Hari Setijono, Nining Widyah Kusnanik
 7. Protection of Child Rights in Polygamy Family Around ASN in Asahan District Community (Analysis Study of Law No. 35 of 2014 about Child Protection)
Azwar Gunawan

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