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The Impact of Teachers’ Guidance on Students’ Learning Motivation

Adiani Hulu
The study aims to find out the positive impact of teachers’ guidance on students’ learning motivation at SMPN-1 Sipoholon North Tapanuli district, North Sumatera Indonesia in academic year of 2018/2019. The method used in this study was descriptive quantitative and inferential method. Population is all...

Winston’s Pursuit of Existential Meaning in 1984

Jiyan Sun, Guizhen Li
1984 is a novel about self-existence. Sartre emphasizes self, freedom and responsibilities, and the absurd world in which human beings are entangled in. Therefore, based on the existential theory of Sartre, this paper analyzes the free choices of love, thoughts and actions of the protagonist Winston...

Study on the Prototype of Cao Tianguan in the Qing Dynasty Drama “The Heavenly Southern Gate”

Hui Yan
Drama “The Heavenly Southern Gate” had been performed in the imperial palace of Qing Dynasty frequently and posed huge influence on people at that time. There were many heated discussion on this drama in newspapers in the late Qing Dynasty and the period of the Republic of China. It’s a pity! With the...

Inno-Diversification Approach to Regulating the Dairy Industry Transformation Into the Digital Economy

Michael K Chernyakov, Maria M. Chernyakova, Irina A. Chernyakova
The necessity of developing and forming a system of state regulation of the agro-industrial complex on the basis of the Inno-diversification approach is methodically substantiated. The term Inno-diversification has been introduced into scientific circulation, which characterizes the penetration of novelties...

Research on the Influence of Institutional Environment and Fintech to Urban Commercial Banking Performance

Yang Sen, Gu Jijian
As the main body of the financial industry, the operation of commercial Banks is related to the lifeline of the national economy. The integration and development of traditional finance and fintech is the trend of China’s current financial reform. As a new form of finance resulting from the integration...

Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure and Accounting Performance on Sustainable Business

Rahmawati Rahmawati, Salju Salju, Dileep Kumar Mohanachandran
Corporate social responsibility disclosure is part of the service of accounting performance linked to social, economic, environmental dimensions of company program which can play a keen role in developing stakeholders (Society, government, stockholders) trust as well as image of the company. Nevertheless,...

Trust as the Antecedent of Strategic Choices from a Relational View Perspective

Dagmara Lewicka, Agnieszka Zakrzewska-Bielawska
The aim of the relational strategy is to select partners with whom cooperation will enable the creation of value. The success of an organization depends on the scope of cooperation with other entities. The article analyses the influence of interorganizational trust on the strategic choices of enterprises...

Research on the Strategies for Improving the Ideological Guidance Ability of College Counselors from the Perspective of Multiple Social Thoughts

Yufei Li, Chanjuan Li
Under the background of multiple social thoughts, it is an important content of ideological and political education in college to enhance the ideological guidance ability of counselors. This paper analyzes the practical significance of strengthening the ideological guidance ability of college counselors,...

Course Book Analysis of “Islamic Studies and Character Based on the Curriculum 2013” for Grade X in the Perspective of Character Education of the National Education Standard

Muhammad Arfan Mu’ammar, Muhammad Fazlurrahman Hadi
This study is proposed to explore the feasibility aspect of a course book of Islamic studies and character based on curriculum 2013 in the perspective of Character Education of BSNP. Descriptive-evaluative research method is used in this research. Findings are gained in this study. First, from the feasibility...

Evaluation of the Relationships between Saliency Maps and Keypoints

Ryuugo Mochizuki, Kazuo Ishii
Pages: 16 - 21
The saliency map is proposed by Itti et al., to represent the conspicuity or saliency in the visual field and to guide the selection of attended locations based on the spatial distribution of saliency, which works as the trigger of bottom-up attention. If a certain location in the visual field is sufficiently...

Importance of Fiduciary Guarantee Registration for Parties Based on Law No. 42 of 1999 on Fiduciary Guarantee

Agnes Maria Janni Widyawati
The emergence of fiduciary guarantees as they are known so far in the form of “Fiduciare Eigendom Overdracht” (surrender of ownership rights in trust) because the provisions of the law governing pawn contain many shortcomings, do not meet the needs of the community and do not follow the development of...

Developing E-Commerce Success Model by Measuring Website Quality of Indonesian MSMEs

Andita Ramadhanti, Alim Setiawan Slamet
E-commerce is a result of technology utilization that transforms the traditional technique of business into the digital one. This phenomenon also happens in MSMEs in Indonesia, which has the most significant contribution to the Indonesian Gross Domestic Product. Among e-commerce platforms, website is...

Linguistic Imperialism in EFL Teaching: New Role of a Teacher in Educating Generation Z

Anna Astanina, Igor Kuznetsov
In the age of globalization, when all the world is striving for unification, there are special issues that need to be addressed. One of them is the linguistic dominance of European languages (namely English) known as linguistic imperialism which suggests bringing structural and cultural inequalities...

A Good Lesson Plan is Half Done

Qingfeng Shen, Jun Zhang
Two overriding principles are supporting good lesson planning. One is variety, the other is flexibility. The first one means involving students in many different types of activity and where possible introducing them to a wide selection of materials. Flexibility refers to a teacher’s capability to use...

Mathematical Model and Its Solution of the Optimization Problem in Human Resource Management of Chinese State-Owned Enterprises and Institutions

Xuhong Song, Jiajia Liu, Hongshun Li, Han Long
In order to solve the optimization problem of human resource allocation, the paper analyzes the relevant policies and rules of human resource cost, adopts the integer programming method to optimize the human resource allocation. The model built shows the flexibility of the optimized model. This study...

The Innovation of Online-Based Social Studies Lesson Plan Models to Face the Industrial Revolution 4.0

Erlina Wiyanarti, Mina Holilah
The 4.0 industrial revolution brought significant changes to the practical and efficient modern human life through the acceleration of online-based digital technology. This condition must be responded quickly by the education system as one of the critical elements in society. This study aims to suggest...

Reconstructing Foreign Language Teaching: Moving Beyond Methods

Raqib Chowdhury
Despite the growing popularity of eclectic and post-method education, and the freedom they have afforded to language teachers, contemporary teaching realities present newer scenarios that require more than appropriate teaching methods, approaches, or techniques. Today’s learners are a new generation...

Investigation and Research on the Ideal Employer Brand of College Students: Taking College Students in Beijing as the Example

Ni Yuan, Du Xiaotong, Yu Youli, Liu Yuxin, Zhou Liang
Employer brand strategy is a new talent competition strategy, and is a blue ocean strategy in corporate brand building, especially talent development. It enables organizations to achieve value innovation and reduce labor costs in the fierce competition for talent, and more prominently, to enhance the...

Models of Personal Semantic Regulation in the Digital Age

Tatiana Leshkevich, Anna Motozhanets
The article considers transformations in semantic regulations in the digital age and provides a philosophical analysis of self-regulation patters from three different perspectives. Firstly, the authors analyze the mundane pattern of self-regulation, secondly, characteristics of the existential pattern...

Tuberculous Meningitis in an Immunocompetent Host: A Diagnostic Challenge

Hussein Algahtani, Bader Shirah, Nawal Abdelghaffar, Abdulrahman J. Alqahtani, Mohammad Alshehri
Pages: 16 - 20
Tuberculosis is a major global public health problem, which poses significant diagnostic and treatment challenges. Tuberculous meningitis is the most severe form of extrapulmonary tuberculosis, which approximately affects 1% of all patients with active tuberculosis. It is considered a medical emergency...
Proceedings Article

The Sensitivity of the Determination of Inhibitory Substances Using a Test Culture of Thermophilic Streptococcus and Indicator Resazurin to Various Antimicrobial Agents

V.S. Babunova, P.A. Popov, I.S. Osipova
The presence of inhibitory substances in the dairy industry is an urgent problem. The article presents data from experiments on expanding the spectrum of determination of various groups of antibiotics and the sensitivity of the method for determining inhibitory substances using a test culture of thermophilic...

Topic Modeling Using Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) and Sentiment Analysis for Marketing Planning Tiket.com

Berlin Helmi Puspita, Muhammad Muhajir, Hafizhan Aliady
Tiket.com is a company that provides online ticket booking services in Indonesia. Tiketcom wants to improve services by knowing content that is widely discussed by the public and positive and negative comments on Tiketcom. Therefore an analysis will be done using Twitter accounts with the Latent Dirichlet...
Proceedings Article

Analysis of Stability of Sudan I-D5

Yin-ping CAI, Yue-yun Li, Meng WANG, Yu-xin Yu
The stable isotopic labeling reference materials play an indispensable role in the verification and calibration measuring instruments, evaluation analysis methods, determining the material characteristic and the quality control in the process of production. Therefore, it has great economic and social...

The Determinant of Islamic Bank Profitability and Stability in Indonesia Periods 2010-2017

Dedi Supiyadi
Indonesia is the largest Muslim population globally, but literacy of Islamic finance and banking is still limited, which impacts the development of sharia banking in Indonesia, including literature on Profitability and Stabil-ity in Islamic Banking. The aim of this study was to determine the profitability...

Path Research of Developing Nighttime Cultural Tourism under the Condition of Prominent Limiting Factors

A Case Study of Hohhot

Wenwen Bao, Yaolu Ma, Wenjing Fan
Nighttime cultural tourism has become a trend in China, however, there are indeed prominent limiting factors to develop it for some cities, especially in the case of Hohhot. This study adopts an empirical research method and finds low temperature at night especially in winter, unfamiliar region for people...

Development of Corporate Social Initiative (CSI) Model for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in Indonesia

Ghia Subagja, Mediya Destalia, Damayanti
This study aims to explore the social involvement impact of Micro, Small dan Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), consumers and a social community through the Corporate Social Initiative (CSI) program carried out by involving the social behaviour of consumers and community for their business sustainability in...

Rhetorical Analysis of Stand-Up Comedy: A Case Study of Indonesian and Canadian Comedians

R M Panjaitan, R R Simanjuntak
This paper focuses on analysing the aspect of rhetoric between Women Overthink, Men Underthink, Russell Peters and Cowok Pasti Bohong, Tentang Cowok dan Cewek, Raditya Dika. The purpose of the analysis is to find the aspects of rhetoric are used by a script. This paper applies qualitative research and...

Constructive Learning to Increase the Integration of Students’ Knowledge and Skills in the Numerical Methods Subject

Susila Bahri, Budi Rudianto
Constructive learning is applied to Numerical Method lectures. The lecture is held online using Zoom Meeting. The day before lectures begin, the lecturer provides lecture materials, some examples of cases and solutions. In order to encourage activity and improve student skills, some real cases were also...
Research Article

The Incidence and Prognosis of ICU Delirium: A Retrospective Study from a Single Center

Qing Feng, Yuhang Ai, Meilin Ai, Li Huang, Qianyi Peng, Lina Zhang
Pages: 16 - 23
Purpose: Delirium is a frequent occurrence amongst Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients, but studies on its causes are sparse and its risk factors vary from disease to disease. Here, in this study, an attempt was made to investigate the factors associated with the prognosis of delirium in the ICU. Methods:...

Changes of Community Orientation of Banjarmasin City from River to Land in the XX Century

Wisnu Subroto, Melisa Prawitasari
The life of urban communities with the dynamics that surrounds has undergone a cultural transformation over time. The cultural transformation that is sometimes so fast makes the orientation of the people change too. These changes are related to technology that continues to penetrate society through everyday...

Women Construction Towards Cervical Cancer in Social Media: Case Study of Prevents Cervical Cancer Indonesian Coalition Instagram

Nadira Kinanti Sadmoko, Erica Septiana Anggelia, La Mani
This study is aimed to see how women construction towards cervical cancer in social media used these days. This research was conducted with a qualitative approach on the social construction on women through social media. Data collection was done by doing an observation. The result of the research shows...

The Effect of Leaf-Waste Type and Bioconversion Ability Based on Feed Conversion Ratio in Black Soldiers Fly Larvae (Hermetia illucens, L.)

Ciptono, Suhandoyo, Tri Harjana, Rizka Apriani Putri
The Black Soldiers Fly (Hermetia illucens) life cycle is unique. The uniqueness lies in the life of the larvae until the pupae and metamorphosis become relatively clean flies, do not like smelly media and tend to be in a moist to dry medium. Unlike some other types of flies, the BSF life cycle brings...

An Analysis of Customer Satisfaction and Its Effect on Customer Relationship Management

Yogi Sugiarto Maulana, Dian Hadiani, Dara Siti Nurjanah, Asep Endri Mulyana, Agam Nurul Fajar
The purpose of this study is to determine and analyze: Customer Relationship Management (CRM) influence of customer satisfaction toward PT Tiki Jalur Nugraha Ekakurir (JNE) Banjar City Branch Office. The study was conducted with the quantitative approach under the frame of explanatory design. 100 customers...

Analysis of Long-term Care Insurance Demand of Megalopolis in China under the Background of Aging of Population—Take Shanghai as an Example†

Guo Jing, Xiaojun Pan, Chengyi Pu
Pages: 16 - 25
The development of Long-term Care Insurance (LTCI), which matches that people get old before becoming rich lag behind. The mega-urban agglomeration formed in the metropolitan area under the process of urbanization intensifies the demand for insurance driven by long-term care needs. This paper constructs...

Effectiveness of Accounting E-Book Oriented to Problem-Based Learning Model

Dwi Puji Astuti, Kardiyem, Saringatun Mudrikah, Slamet Fauzan
Educational progress and development cannot be separated from learning media innovation. Innovation is strongly required to improve learning quality. One example of the learning media innovation is electronic books that are currently widely-spread and gradually replace the existence of manual textbooks...

Metaphor Translation Strategies in Dan Brown’s Origin Novel Indonesian Version

Yeni Winda Tresiany, I Wy Dirgeyasa, Siti Aisyah Ginting
This Study entitle Metaphor Translation Strategies In Dan Brown’s Origin Novel Indonesian Version. The aims of this study was to investigate types of metaphor translation strategies in Dan Brown’s Origin Novel Indonesian Version. The research was conducted by using qualitative design. data are words,...
Proceedings Article

Effective Communication Improvement in Chemotherapy Services in Hospitals Through the Development of the ChemoCarePlan Application Prototype

Putri Yuliani, Wahyu Sulistiadi
The flow process of chemotherapy services involves multidisciplinary and multidepartmental processes, so it needs to be well designed to prevent patient safety incidents that can cause injury to patients. Based on the aggregate root cause analysis conducted by the Quality and Patient Safety Committee,...

Financial Behavior of Micro Business Women in Management and Well-Being Improvement

I Gusti Ayu Purnamawati, Gede Adi Yuniarta, Ni Luh Gede Erni Sulindawati, Putu Ria Astria
This study aims at seeks to determining the effect of financial literacy and locus of control on the financial behavior of women in micro-businesses. This research is a quantitative study with 240 female micro-business respondents in Buleleng district, Bali Province. Collecting data using an online questionnaire...

Development of Foreign Language Auditive Students’ Competence of Technical Specialties (The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

S.I. Prokopeva, A.G. Krivoshapkina, I.L. Savvina
According to federal state educational standards of higher education in Russia, the main requirement of a graduate’s foreign language training is the ability to understand foreign language for conducting foreign language communication in intercultural and professional activities. Accordingly, it is necessary...

Payment Services Availability in the Context of Digital Transformation of Financial Markets

Anzhelika Gulko, Tatyana Saprykina, Elena Pashkova
The article discusses the issues of increasing financial inclusion based on the development of payment services, taking into account modern processes of digitalization of the economy. Various approaches to the content of the concept of “financial inclusion» and their evolution are presented on the basis...

A Direct procedure on the Integrability of Nonisospectral and Variable-Coefficient MKdV Equation

Xiaorui Hu, Yong Chen
Pages: 16 - 26
An elementary and systematic method based on binary Bell polynomials is applied to nonisospectral and variable-coefficient MKdV (vcMKdV) equation. The bilinear representation, bilinear Bäcklund transformation, Lax pair and infinite local conservation laws are obtained step by step, without too much clever...

Ethical Identities and Ethical Teaching Implication in “Emperor Jones”

Mei Xie
One of Eugene O’Neill’s representative works is “Emperor Jones”, and the core event in this play is black Jones’s flight at night. Through the use of play expressionism techniques such as the stage, sound, costumes, masks, and chorus, this play represents Jones’ ethical conflict and ethical dilemmas...

Character Building Through the Synergy Between Parents and School in Indonesia

A Case of Integrated Islamic Elementary Schools

Fantika Febry Puspitasari, Taufiq Satria Mukti, Supriyanto, Muhammad Munadi
Character building is a fundamental issue in Indonesia at this time. It is needed to reach good human resources that will be realized in a developed country. There is a need for good cooperation between the three education centers in achieving comprehensive character building. The three education centers...

Personality Trait, Self-Efficacy, and Individual Work Performance on Science Teachers in Indonesia

Zulmi Ramdani, Lidwina Felisima Tae, Bagus Hary Prakoso, Nuchwana Luanganggoon
Self-efficacy is regarded as one of the important aspects that could help teachers to achieve their learning goals and optimal work performance. However, in daily practice, there is only limited research that explores the importance of self-efficacy in the education process, especially for science teachers...

A Study on Engineering Practice Teaching System Under the Credit System of Local Universities

Bo Jiang
Under the background of credit system, it is imperative to study how to establish the practice teaching mode in local universities, especially the practice teaching system for engineering majors. In combination with reform of credit system, the conception of experiment teaching credit system has been...

Maintaining Politeness in Film Tilik: A Study of Social Distance and Power Relations on Javanese Women

Fenty Kusumastuti, Muhammad Taufiq al Makmun, Karunia Purna Kusciati
The paper aims to identify the Javanese cultural concept, especially from how the women preserve their politeness strategies in the short film, Tilik, produced by the Racavana Films in 2018. To accomplish the goals, this research applied a descriptive qualitative method that involves attention to document...

A Study of British Political Identity in “A Tale of Two Cities”

Liu Yuan
Dickens’s “A Tale of Two Cities” was written in Britain, where the labor movement was fierce in the 1850s. The novel depicts the violence and inhumanity in Paris during the French Revolution, while London is portrayed as a savior. Through the comparison of killing and redemption, the novel actually constructs...

Christian-Based Positive Discipline Program in Enchanged Mindful Parenting Skills of Mothers

Tiurma Basa Marina Simanjuntak, Tina Hayati Dahlan, Mubiar Agustin
Parenting is one of the most challenging and stressful jobs. At the same time, its significance lies in the influence it has on the life of the one being parented. Mothers of preschool had difficulties on emotion control, automatic reaction, receive herself and child, and take care themself. These reactions...
Proceedings Article

The Phenotype Characters Stability of Hybrid Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum. & Nakai) ‘Maduri’ and ‘Putri Delima’

Dian Sartika, Alfi Fauzan Irsyad, Rizal Hermawan S. Budi, Wahyu Dwi Soemantri, Budi Setiadi Daryono
Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum. & Nakai) is one of the horticultural crops members of Cucurbitaceae family, which is known to have high economic value and public interest. Since the entry into Indonesia, the application of watermelon plant breeding has grown to produce new superior...

Correlation Analysis Among Innovation, Risk-taking, Competitive Aggressiveness, and Proactiveness on Company Performance in the Covid-19 Situation

Bertha Silvia Sutejo, Marwin Antonius Rejeki Silalahi
This research originated from the Covid-19 pandemic that began in February 2020. Since the Covid-19 pandemic, the Indonesian economy has experienced a significant decline, especially the MSMEs in Indonesia, so the authors are interested in examining the correlation among innovation, risk-taking, competitive...