Journal Social Humanity Perspective <p><strong>Journal Social Humanity Perspective ISSN (3025-8111) </strong>covers all areas of research activity in the fields of humanity and social which includes social justice, gender studies, sociology, culture, history, social interaction and Social psychology. Journal Social Humanity Perspective carries out a double-blind review process in its production process.<br />Journal Social Humanity Perspective is published by Pemuda Peduli Publikasi Insan Ilmiah Scieclouds Publishing of one volume a year.</p> en-US ( Journal Social Humanity Perspective) (fahrul kahfi) Tue, 25 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 60 Dynamic Social Psychology: Exploring Group Interaction Patterns - A Study on Conformity Behavior and Group Identification <p>This research aims to investigate the dynamics of social psychology within the context of group interactions, focusing on conformity behavior and group identification. The objective is to understand how individuals conform to group norms and identify with specific social groups, exploring the underlying psychological processes involved. The study employs a mixed-methods approach, combining quantitative surveys to gather statistical data on conformity levels and qualitative interviews to delve into the subjective experiences of group identification. Preliminary findings indicate a nuanced relationship between conformity and group identification, shedding light on the complex interplay of individual and group dynamics within social psychology. The comprehensive analysis of these aspects contributes valuable insights to our understanding of social behavior and psychological processes in group settings.</p> Ropafadzo Miriro Copyright (c) 2024 Journal Social Humanity Perspective Tue, 25 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Analyzing the Impact of Cultural Factors on the Success of Organizational Innovation: A Case Study in the Technology Industry <p>This research investigates the impact of cultural factors on the successful implementation of organizational innovation, specifically within the technology industry. The primary objective is to identify key cultural elements influencing the innovation process and assess their role. Employing a mixed-methods approach, the study combines quantitative surveys with qualitative case studies to comprehensively analyze the relationship between organizational culture and innovation. Preliminary results suggest a significant correlation between traits such as openness to change and collaboration with successful innovation, while resistance to change and hierarchical structures pose obstacles. These findings provide valuable insights for organizations aiming to enhance their innovative capabilities by understanding and leveraging their cultural context.</p> Mahyash Shandana Copyright (c) 2024 Journal Social Humanity Perspective Tue, 25 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0700