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Confession of Councellors: Phenomenological Approach to Ex-Narcotics Users as Councellors for Narcotics Users in Therapeutic Communication

Sanhari Prawiradiredja, Iwan Joko Prasetyo, Ayu Erni Jusnita
Narcotics users in East Java have reached approximately 400 thousands from 4,9 narcotic users in Indonesia. Although they have clinically free from narcotics dependence, sometimes they experience difficulties in their social adjustment in family and social environment. This research try to explore and...

Community Empowerment for Controlling Environmental Pollution in Coastal Slum Demaan, Jepara

S. Sunarti, S Sunarti, Retno Widjajanti, Muhammad Helmi
Coastal slums area always identical with an unhealthy environment and polluted, one of the main cause is garbage scattered in the neighborhood. Community behavior who littering directly in the sea, river or vacant land located around their neighborhood cause environmental pollution. The aim of the research...

Willingness To Pay Housing Type 36 Consumer In the Special Province of Yogyakarta

Suripto, Suripto, Lestari Sukarniati
Demand for homes In the Special Province of Yogyakarta experienced an increase caused by population growth, so the need for housing is very urgent. The desire to buy a home is faced with a choice of the home to be chosen by a prospective buyer. Preference becomes essential for consumers to buy a house...

Model of Community Participation in Countermeasures and Protection for People with HIV and AIDS

Widodo Tresno Novianto, Subekti, Rehnalemken Ginting, Riska Andi Fitriono
This article aims to find forms and recommendations for the expansion and reach and role of the government in efforts to foster community participation in the prevention and protection of people living with HIV and AIDS. In HIV and AIDS transmission and prevention are related to and or depend on human...

Commodification of Labor And Structuration On Local Public Broadcasters ‘Swara Kendal’

Saifudin, Saifudin
Labor issues are a sensitive issue because they involve the lives of workers. The problem is the large number of labor force, uneven distribution, limited employment opportunities, low wages, slow employment growth, small social security, low welfare, termination of employment (PHK), unemployment, outsourced...

The Application of Brackish Water Distillation Technology as a Solution to the Problem of Clean Water Needs

Agus Pebrianto, Ahmad Rizani, Adi Pratomo, Rudy Haryanto
Community service of Banjarmasin State Polytechnic (Poliban) is aimed at supporting the improvement of community welfare and the competitiveness of the institution. Based on this, Poliban formulated community service programs and activities to synergize with regional development programs contained in...

Implementation of Knowledge Management On Organizational Performance Through Innovation (Case Study on Digital Creative MSME in Semarang, Indonesia)

Alifia Saraswati, Widiartanto
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology is creating and developing new program is called A Movement of 1000 Digital Start-ups in Indonesia. Semarang, as one of capital cities in Indonesia is also developing its digital creative industry. To develop it, government of Semarang city needs valid...

Cantrang Polemic : Will It End ?

Kismiartini, Kismartini, Bani Astiti Asa Nugroho
Based on the Regulation of the Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries No. 71 / PERMEN-KP / 2016, Cantrang is one of the fishing gears which is prohibited from its operation in all capture Lines and in all State Fisheries Management Areas of the Republic of Indonesia (WPPNRI). Since the prohibition...

Women, Entrepreneurs and Online Business (Analysis of Factors that Motivate Entrepreneurial Women Through Online Business)

Rolland Epafras Fanggidae, Yohana Febiani Angi, Ni Putu Nursiyani
The development of dynamic science and technology, continues to show progress so rapidly in all aspects of life. Included in business, where businesses relate to human needs that are dynamic. To obtain comfort, convenience and increase pretties in living and living life and modern life, humans always...

The Meaning of Digital Media Content for Teenagers and the Role of Parents Assistance

Hedi Pudjo, Sri Budi Lestari, Primada Qurrota Ayun
The development of technology has pushed the life of teenagers to merge into the world of social media and digital. Teenagers’ high sense of curiosity has become a source of concern for their parents to grant them digital access. The easiness in accessing information through digital medias has lured...

Policy of Brebes Regency Government in Reducing Maternal Mortality

Ahmad Taufiq, Ahmad Rizani
The objective of this study is to analyze the policies of Brebes Regency Government in reducing maternal mortality in 2017. As in 2017 (as many as 31 cases) Brebes Regency government was able to reduce maternal mortality compared to 2016 (54 cases) and 2015 (52 cases). The research used was a qualitative...

Human Resource Empowerment: Women Groups in Poverty Alleviation in Sidoarjo Regency

Mashudi, Mashudi, Luluk Fauziah
This study aims at describing the empowerment of human resources of women groups and its constraints in the poverty alleviation in Sidoarjo Regency. Poverty is a complex problem that is influenced by various factors interrelated and influences one another. In fact, it is not uncommon to influence the...

Responses of Taxpayer Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMES) on The Tax Amnesty Policy

Saryadi, Saryadi, Robetmi Jumpakita Pinem
National development that continues continuously and continuously so far aims to improve people's welfare both materially and spiritually. One of the efforts to increase revenue for the development is to explore sources of funds originating from within the country, namely taxes. One of the tax reform...

Development Strategy to Improve The Quality of Tourism in Kota Lama Semarang, Central Java

Hermini Susiatiningsih, Satwika Paramasatya, Nadia Farabi
One of the many spots in Semarang, which is being meticulously renovated by the Municipal Government for the purpose of attracting tourists, is Kota Lama Semarang. This Kota Lama Semarang, are old buildings which were built in the ages of the Dutch colonisation in Indonesia. Recently, there have been...

State Policy Direction and The Future of The Country

Bambang Sadono, Lintang Ratri Rahmiaji
Abstract The world is changing so fast. The conventional power such as country, government and other things are started to shift. The idea to bring back the State Policy Direction academically is also supported by the practical experience by several countries such as Tiongkok, India and Thailand. In...

Advances in the Propolis Chemical Composition between 2013 and 2018: A Review

Luka Šturm, Nataša Poklar Ulrih
Propolis is a lipophilic sticky substance collected by bees that has been used by humans for centuries. Owing to its healing, antioxidant, and other medicinal properties, its chemical composition has been widely studied. Most pharmacological properties of propolis have been attributed to its phenols...

Comprehensive Polyphenolic Profile of Plantago depressa using High-Speed Countercurrent Chromatography Off-line with High-Performance Liquid Chromatography–Diode Array Detector–Quadrupole Time-of-flight Tandem Mass Spectrometry

Jinju Xu, Chaoying Tong, Qiachi Fu, Keke Guo, Shuyun Shi, Yecheng Xiao
The whole plant of Plantago depressa is commonly used as traditional Chinese medicine and functional food ingredient. Total phenolic content and total flavonoid content evaluation indicated that its ethyl acetate and n-butanol fractions were rich in polyphenols. However, to date, the polyphenolic profile...

Relationship between the Human Development Index and its Components with Oral Cancer in Latin America

Brenda Yuliana Herrera-Serna, Edith Lara-Carrillo, Victor Hugo Toral-Rizo, Regiane Cristina do Amaral, Raul Alberto Aguilera-Eguía
To evaluate the relationship between the Human Development Index (HDI) and its components with oral cancer (OC) in Latin America. Ecological study in 20 Latin American countries in 2010 and 2017, which evaluated the relationship between the Age-Standardized Rates (ASRs) of incidence and mortality from...