Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study 2024-05-30T12:06:25+07:00 Asian Multicultural Research Studies Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study</strong> <strong>(JAMRSSS) </strong>ISSN: <a href="">2708-969X</a> is an international platform for scholars to publish research report, article review, and short communication. <strong>JAMRSSS </strong>covers all the areas of research activities in all fields of Social Sciences such as Humanities, Multicultural, Law, Criminology, Anthropology, History, Administration, Geography, Archeology, Communication, Government, policies, Linguistics, International Relations, Political Science, Geography, Education, Law, Peace Studies, Psychology, Health, Economy, Trade, Arts, History, Literature, Religion, Marriage, Family Life, Philosophy, Women studies, Sociology, Public Administration, Demography, Library Science, Journalism, Environmental Studies, Development Studies, International Relation Studies, Information Science, Media Studies, Market Research, Languages, Geospatial Information Science, Visual Arts, Drawing, Painting, Social Welfare, Social Work, and Gender.</p> Socioeconomic, Ethnographic and Political Integrations and Challenges of Igbo Migrants in Lafia, Nasarawa State, Nigeria 2024-05-08T12:49:22+07:00 L.E.O. Abejide Fatima S. Sani Suleiman U Kasim <p>The study examines the socioeconomic, ethnographic and political integrations and challenges of Igbo migrants in Lafia. Quantitative and qualitative techniques were adopted to collect data on integration variables via the administration of questionnaires to groups of Igbos from the five states of the Southeast region, and the conduct of In-depth Interviews (IDIs) with Igbo elders. Fifty copies of questionnaires were distributed to each group, totaling 250. Data were analysed by SPSS version 25, and tables and charts were generated and the qualitative data were content analysed. On socioeconomic integration, the results showed that the majority (88.1%) of Igbos were first generation migrants, who arrived to start business in Lafia over 40 years ago, whereby, almost three-fifths (59.5%) of them started their current occupation. Majority (37.6%) of Igbo migrants’ present occupation was facilitated by ‘master’, ‘family’ (66.8%) facilitated their accommodation, close to 70 per cent of them possessed their personal houses, and over two-fifths (43.1%) of them got landed property through ‘friend’ while close to three-quarters (74.8%) got married to Lafia indigenes. On ethnographic integration, three-quarters were proficient in Hausa language, with half rated their proficiency in Hausa language ‘excellent,’ while Gwandara language became the best secondary proficient language. As par political integration, over half (52.0%) of Igbo migrants held political office within their association politics but few with the wider politics. In summary, Igbo migrants have been experiencing dynamic and positive integrations but facing challenges of ethnic divide and nepotism.</p> 2024-05-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study The Role of the Integrated Service Center for Women and Children's Empowerment in Addressing Human Trafficking 2024-05-30T12:06:25+07:00 Gustika Sandra Andi Arfyan Priatama Amar Mukhawas Rasyid <p>Human trafficking is an important issue in modern times that is oppressive to exploit people (individuals or groups). The widespread impact and impact of these dangers make the subject of human trafficking an extraordinary form of crime. A role can also be defined as a collection of specific actions resulting from a specific position. Transformation actions in order to produce equality between women and men. One way to encourage women to become independent human beings is by raising awareness and supporting their potential. The Office of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection has a role and duty as a forum for protecting their rights, preventing and reducing acts of violence that often occur in communities where the majority of victims are women and early childhood. As for the legal principle applied with the principle of utility, the principle of justice, the principle of balance, to create a sense of security and protect the interests of the community, but also to restore the balance of public order, the premise of legal certainty provides legal protection to victims of crime. This effort also requires the participation of all government, private, and non-governmental organizations. international bodies, social organizations, individuals, including the media. The latest effort by the Women's Empowerment Agency to minimize human trafficking is one way to implement the method by providing training to village leaders on management procedures. One of the main objectives of these vetted administrations is to prevent the widespread use of identity fraud in the administration of migrant workers' needs.</p> 2024-05-30T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study Violence, Alienation, Cruelty in Harold Pinter's Selected plays: A Social and Political Study 2024-05-26T14:06:49+07:00 Asaad Abderada Ali <div><span lang="EN-US">This paper aims to elucidate the themes of violence, alienation, loneliness, and cruelty found in Harold Pinter's selected plays. It makes an effort to offer a fresh interpretation of these ideas and tackle the subject of when cruelty, violence, estrangement, and loneliness are justified. Harold Pinter frequently uses violence in his plays to highlight control, power dynamics, and the more sinister sides of interpersonal interactions. Pinter is renowned for exploring conflict and tension in seemingly commonplace relationships in his works. Although physical violence can also occur, political and societal violence predominates in his plays' acts of cruelty. Pinter employs subtle and complex forms of cruelty and violence to both challenge and unnerve audiences, as well as highlight the darkest facets of human nature and society. They frequently provide freedom for the audience's interpretation and introspection since they are unclear. Pinter's plays clearly explore the issue of man's estrangement and loneliness as a result of the cruelty that permeates contemporary society. The main characters experience social isolation and loneliness. They avoid social situations and the outdoors out of a fear of uncertainty or antagonism. They stay alone in society and misunderstand one other, making it difficult for them to maintain meaningful relationships with others around them. Either by nature or as a consequence of external pressure, they are alienated and lonely. These people grow far and alone from the society they live in as a result of the experiences they have. Ultimately, <em>The Caretaker</em> depicts cruelty and alienation while <em>The Birthday Party </em>and <em>One for the Road</em> lay more focus on violence via the interactions between the individuals, illuminating the subtleties of power struggles, deceit, and exploitation in interpersonal relationships. Pinter examines how a variety of impulses, including insecurity, power, and survival, may lead to overt or covert acts of violence, estrangement, cruelty, and alienation. In order to accomplish this goal, the study will mostly rely on post-Marxist scholars such as Hannah Ardent and Erich Fromm. The article will use their ideas of power, subjugation, alienation, and violence to decode the intricate manipulation of violence, cruelty, alienation, and loneliness in these plays. The researcher attempts to expose and evaluate these issues socially and politically from the perspective of post-Marxist theorists.</span></div> 2024-05-30T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study