International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS) ISSN: 2582-6220, CrossRef:10.47505/ijrss https://www.ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss <p>International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS) is open access, double-blind peer-reviewed, an international journal published in English. IJRSS provides wider sharing of knowledge and the acceleration of research, and is thus in the best interest of authors, potential readers, and increases the availability, accessibility, visibility and impact of the papers, and the journal as a whole. The IJRSS focusing on theories, methods, and applications of Social Science and humanities research, increasing academic prosperity, and fostering international academic exchange and cooperation. This journal provides a platform for sharing the latest high-quality research concerning Social Science and humanities research.</p> <p>It is our immense pleasure to introduce the International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS), Social Sciences Journal to cater to the publication needs of teachers, scientists, scholars, students, and professionals. We thank all the resources with us, in the form of eminent advisory board and editorial board for all their cooperation and enthusiastic involvement in this blooming endeavor.</p> Sretechjournals en-US International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS) ISSN: 2582-6220, CrossRef:10.47505/ijrss 2582-6220 Geospatial Surface Area Mapping of Bokkos Local Government Area (LGA) of Plateau State of Nigeria https://www.ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/64 <p><em>The study is a geospatial surface area mapping of Bokkos LGA physical features through the aid of geographic information system (GIS) application that was used to analyze</em><em> surface conditions plotted from reported data which dwell the contour, slope, aspect, curvature and hill shade maps as well as a land-use map. The </em><em>morphometric parameters were derived from the Digital Elevation Model (DEM) using ArcGIS. The result </em><em>revealed 433 contours with 100m intervals with less around Kwatas, Bokkos, and Butura and very high around Mushere west and central. The slope was very high around Mushere west/ central, Mangar/Damwai, Dafffo, Sha and Mangunahave moderate slope. In areas of Mushere, Mangar and Damwai runoff was high, soil erosion indicated sign of very high adverse effects on the environment. A</em><em>spect revealed red colour, North, orange Northeast and yellow colour tilt to the east while the green southeast. Hillshade was observed lesser in Mushere west/central, Damwai with a curvature map for soil erosion patterns and Vegetation covers were predominant certain areas of Bokkos and the study gave appropriate recommendation to agency concerned </em></p> Joshua Yohanna Gwanshak Emmanuel Samuel Danbauchi Copyright (c) 2021 Joshua Yohanna Gwanshak, Emmanuel Samuel Danbauchi https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2021-04-13 2021-04-13 2 2 1 6 10.47505/IJRSS.2021.9168 Study of Social Behavior of Parents’ in Fostering Rona Raya Kindergarten Children in Palangka Raya, Indonesia https://www.ijrss.org/index.php/ijrss/article/view/63 <p><em>This research aims to study and analyze the problems as follow: (1) how the social behavior of parentsin encouraging children at home; (2) how the social behavior of parents in interacting with educational institutions where their children attend school; and (3) what factors are behind the social behavior of parentsin interacting with the educational institutions where their children attend school. This study uses a qualitative research approach with descriptive research. The research subjects are the parents of Rona Raya Kindergarten students. while the method of data collection through interviews and documentation, with data analysis using interactive data analysis models from Miles, MB, Huberman, AM, &amp; Saldana, J. The results of this study are: (1) the social behavior of parents with ASN status are more "disciplined" in encouraging children at home; (2) both parents who work as ASNs and those who work in other private sectors give positive attention to the institution, and also controlling and supervising their children while at school; and (3) there are some external factors influence and motivate parents' social behavior in interacting with educational institutions where their children go to school. They are, related to (a) parental office regulations; (b) the office leadership demands that the worker must work be optimal and maximal, as well as discipline; (c) leaders who have the character and attitude of family, attention, care, and "mingling" with staff make employees feel at home working. and also controlling and supervising their children while at school; and (3) there are some external factors influence and motivate parents' social behavior in interacting with educational institutions where their children go to school. They are, related to (a) parental office regulations; (b) the office leadership demands that the worker must work be optimal and maximal, as well as discipline; (c) leaders who have the character and attitude of family, attention, care, and "mingling" with staff make employees feel at home working. and also controlling and supervising their children while at school; and (3) there are some external factors influence and motivate parents' social behavior in interacting with educational institutions where their children go to school. They are, related to (a) parental office regulations; (b) the office leadership demands that the worker must work be optimal and maximal, as well as discipline; (c) leaders who have the character and attitude of family, attention, care, and "mingling" with staff make employees feel at home working. (b) the office leadership demands that the worker must work be optimal and maximal, as well as discipline; (c) leaders who have the character and attitude of family, attention, care, and "mingling" with staff make employees feel at home working. (b) the office leadership demands that the worker must work be optimal and maximal, as well as discipline; (c) leaders who have the character and attitude of family, attention, care, and "mingling" with staff make employees feel at home working.</em></p> Endang Handayani Agus Sholahuddin I. Made Weni Copyright (c) 2021 Endang Handayani, Agus Sholahuddin , I. Made Weni https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2021-04-13 2021-04-13 2 2 7 15 10.47505/IJRSS.2021.9169