Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Political

Understanding Theoretical Perspective of the Best Implementation of Regional Autonomy

Amirul Mustofa; Eny Haryati; Rifai .; Andy Kurniawan; Olga D. Kravchenko

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1245-1259

In a new country, development is a new "ideology." In simple language, it means "planned
revolution". Inevitably, these countries realize that they are increasingly lived behind, especially
in economic terms, compared to developed countries. Countries in Western Europe and North
America have relatively higher living standards, political stability, and extraordinary
technological growth. The situation was enjoyed after they experienced evolution which took
quite a long time. Until the 19th century, European civilization experienced at least three to four
gradual evolution, these are primitive, agrarian, mercantilism, and industrial societies. When
these countries entered the mercantilism century, around the 16th century, these new countries
were still in the colonialist era. As it is known, the era of trade (mercantilism) created sailors
who dared to sail the oceans to find a new country where they could obtain cheap merchandise
and then be sold in Europe with double price. The traders' target is spices. Trade can be more
profitable if supported by monopoly. A lasting monopoly and more profitable if the area for
producing charcoal is controlled (colonialized). During the period of mercantilism 1500-1800, it
risen up the economic exploitation in Asia, Africa and Latin America. This era can be said to be
the starting point for the emergence of world stratification, or polarization between developed
countries and underdeveloped countries, the relationship between the West and the producers of
spices in the backward regions was a trade partner relationship.

Competencies Of Emotional Intelligence And Constructs Of Political Behaviour Among Youth Students

Siti Sarawati Johar; Fauziah Ani; Harliana Halim; Shahidah Hamzah; Nur Zainatul Nadra Zainol; Intan Farhana Saparudin; Raja Zirwatul Aida Raja Ibrahim; Siti Aisyah Panatik Abdul Rahman

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 623-631

This paper stress the importance of strengthening emotional intelligence (EI) among youths. Human capital resources targeting youths are one of the main thrusts of national development in Malaysia especially from the political, economic, social and educational aspects. The main target of this study was to test the presence of the significance impact of EI competence on the constructs determining youths’ political behaviour. A total of 313 students from four public universities in Malaysia were selected as the sample. The Emotional Intelligence Self-Description Inventory (EISDI), and Political Behaviour Questionnaire (PBQ) were used to obtain data which was analysed using regression analysis. The findings showed that the hypotheses were accepted, i.e. there is an impact of EI competence on the political behaviour which significantly influenced EI on the constructs of political behaviour namely conservativism and nationalism. Hence, EI can be construed to be a determining factor in behaviour and ideology that signifies political maturity among Malaysian youth.