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Work-Life Balance, Job Satisfaction, and Work Environment Influences on Educators’ Loyalty

Study on Female Lecturers at the University of Flores

Maria Helena Carolinda Dua Mea, Hyronimus Se
The goal of this study was to see how work-life balance, job satisfaction, and the work environment affected the loyalty of female lecturers at the University of Flores. The purposive sampling method was used in this study, which included a sample of 93 married and or single parents female lecturers...
Proceedings Article

The Urgency of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Base on Development of Biology Assessment Instruments for Class XI Students of SMA/MA

Sa’diatul Fuadiyah, Ganda Hijrah Selaras, Defrian Melta, Dini Rahmi
A curriculum, or educational program, produces high quality education. The 2013 curriculum, which places a strong emphasis on students’ reasoning skills and uses assessment as a yardstick for curricular achievement, is the one that is now being used in Indonesia. In essence, an evaluation makes use of...

Commercialization of the Study Sustainability Learning Chatbot Through Digital Education Teaching Factory Based on Profit Sharing

Andi Basuki, Andreas Syah Pahlevi, Ari Gunawan
Teacher income in Indonesia is very low as the majority of private and honorary teachers. In fact, the current administration is less concerned about the fate of teachers, which can create a bad view of the level of teacher welfare in Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to upgrade the quality of...

Digital Wallet Users in Indonesia: Factors Affecting Consumer Satisfaction and Consumer Loyalty

Pepey Riawati Kurnia, James Hasudungan Pangaribuan, Rike Penta Sitio
The digital revolution has changed the face of the financial industry. One of the adoptions of digital technology in the financial industry is the presence of digital wallet. Digital wallet application is currently very popular and rapidly adopted by the mobile users due to the growth of use of the internet....

Personalized Learning in Teaching English as Foreign Language: Limiting the Challenges, Increasing Its Effectiveness

Agnes Herawati
Personalized learning is a teaching model that focuses on learning outcomes, voluntary learning, and the concept of autonomy learning. The basic idea of this is the individuality of each student and the active activity. This study aims to find out why lecturers apply specific methods to individualize...

The Redefinition of Prosecution Power in Indonesia

Abdul Rahim
The state should not be prevented from providing its citizens with legal protection. The state and society require law enforcement agencies to carry out prosecutions in all courts in the context of law enforcement and justice in the context of a democratic rule of law. This concept is also governed by...

Ethnomathematics: Concept of Proportion in the Process of Making Special Blitar Pecel Sauce

Nuril Huda, Arini Qurota A’yun, Marhayati
This study aimed to explore and describe the concept of comparative mathematics in making pecel sauce Blitar. The research method used is an ethnographic method with a qualitative approach. The research subjects are Tlogo Village, Blitar Regency residents, who produce and distribute Blitar's signature...
Proceedings Article

Prediction of Outfit Compatibility Based on Weighted Multimodal Fusion

Yan Li, Xiaobao Fu, You Du
Owing to the influence of too many complex factors between items, it is difficult to outfit compatibility. Although the current outfit compatibility technology has good results, however, previous works which focus on the compatibility of mod-eling based on the image mode or the text mode fail to make...
Proceedings Article

On Resolving Efficient Dominating Set of Cycle and Comb Product Graph

Muzayyanatun Munawwarah, Dafik, Arika Indah Kristiana, Elsa Yuli Kurniawati, Rosanita Nisviasari
The graph used in this paper is a connected, bounded, and undirected graph G, is used which contains a set of vertex V(G) and a set of edge E(G). It is called the efficient dominating set of a graph if every point V in D or is adjacent to one vertex in D. For a set of solutions of G in an ordered set,...

The Use of AC Simulator Problem Base Learning Approach for Control System Course

Abdul Malik Made, Ambiyar
Knowledge of refrigeration machines, especially Air Conditioners (AC) needs to be taught to master theory in class or Model Problem Base Learning (PBL). The problem that arises is the mastery of knowledge and skills in the form and mechanism of the control system on the latest cooling machines. In addition...

Analysis of Job Performance from the Perspective of Volunteers for Tourist Village Development

Abdul Azis Safii, Ari Kuntardina, Latifah Anom
The main problem with social programs such as tourist village development is that the individuals involved have the option of making the program their main job or just a side activity. Therefore, there is a strong indication of less participation and performance of the tourist village managers. This...

Study of Purchase Behaviour Using Black Box Model

J. Reeves Wesley, G. R. Logeshwari, K. Mercy Freeda, G. Pavithra, R. Prathiksha
The Black Box model is a contemporary framework designed to be cognizant of the behavioral patterns of the consumers. The objective of this study is to understand the level of influence of the Marketing mix elements, Environmental factors, Consumer characteristics, brand image and Sociological preferences...

Research on Music Album Sales and Commercial Economic Value: Taking Taylor Swift as Evidence

Zhuoer Zhang
Taylor Swift is one of the most influential celebrities in the 21st century in many ways. Behind her success, not only should her song writing skills be studied, her commercial ideas and advertising skills are also crucial to be researched. By looking at data from official websites about Swift’s album...

Basketball Game Theory Analyzes the Choice

Boqian Deng
Basketball is mainly the contradictory movement of attack and defense, the game of attack and defense mutual conversion, active and passive coexist and appear alternately, it can be seen that the attack and defense have an inevitable relationship. Through the thorough understanding of this inevitable...

Development of a Digital Business Laboratory as a Business Incubator to Enhance the Entrepreneurial Creativity of FE UNIMED Students

Novita Indah Hasibuan, Danny Ajar Baskoro, Alfi Nura
This research aims to develop the Digital Business Laboratory into a business incubator capable of enhancing students’ entrepreneurial creativity. The research utilizes a development method that follows the Four-D model, involving the stages of “define, design, develop, and disseminate.” The Digital...

Does Environmental Initiatives Can Improve Financial Performance?

Rosedian Andriani, Meutia, Tri Lestari, Agus Solikhan Yulianto
The study aims to examine environmental initiatives on financial performance. Financial performance used in this study is accounting based. Financial performance is proxied by Return On Assets. Environmental Initiatives are measured through the disclosure of the GRI 3.1 standard, environmental disclosure...

Increase Creativity Learning and Pedagogical Skills of Teachers in Remote Schools based Hybrid Smart System (HSS) with K-Jalakar

Nurul Ulfatin, Andika Bagus Nur Rahma Putra, Azizatuz Zahro’, Rochmawati
This research aims to map the needed components to improve literacy activity and case solving skills by developing M-Module System Technology with 3D Makerless technology. The SAM development model fits the context of learning development to design modules with interactive and adaptive approaches. The...

Problems of Implementing the Independent Curriculum in Islamic Religious Education Learning at SMA Negeri Arjasa Jember

Mukni’ah, Ferdi Kurniawan
The independent curriculum is mandatory and must be implemented by driving schools. Arjasa State High School is a driving school that is required to implement this curriculum; in the newly implemented curriculum, there must be some obstacles or problems; one of the problems in the independent curriculum...

A Conceptual Study of Undergraduates’ Acceptance towards Hyflex Learning Approach

Che Siti Lazrina Md Lazim, Mohd Danial Afiq Khamar Tazilah, Nur Diyana Ismail, Zulnurhaini Zolkaply, Maisarah Syazwani Othman
The hybrid-flexible (Hyflex) education approach has evolved in line with the transformation of the higher education landscape. This approach combines the elements of face-to-face and online learning. It is flexible for students to choose their participation in class whether attending physically, remotely...

Child Protection Policy Implementation In Preventing Child Abuse In Palu City, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

S. C. Ahsan, M. Nawawi, Insarullah, P. A. Nabila
This study aims to obtain information on how the implementation of Child Protection Policy in Palu City. The theory used as the basis of analysis is the policy implementation theory of George Edward III which consists of four indicators that influence the success or failure of policy implementation....
Proceedings Article

Activated Carbon Produced by Carbonization and Chemical Activation of Coconut Frond for Air Batteries

Tantra Diwa Larasati, Ari Susandy Sanjaya, Beryl Ariella Vania Agatha, Noveno Paolo Tebay
Coconut waste is an abundant biomass that not fully utilized as raw material for producing high added value materials. One of the product that can be made from coconut waste is activated carbon. Activated carbon is an amorphous carbon material with high degree of porosity and an extended surface area....
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Procedure of Thoracolumbal Radiographic Examination with Scoliosis Case at Radiology Department of Yogyakarta Regional Public Hospital

Ahmad Faesol, Alfisna Fajru Rohmah, Fisnandya Meita Astari, Widya Mufida, Ayu Dewi Puspitasari
Various radiographic projections are used to produce radiographic images of thoracolumbar vertebrae with scoliosis cases. In theory, the procedure for thoracolumbar radiographic examination with scoliosis cases uses PA (Postero-Anterior) or AP (Antero-Posterior) projections, lateral, Ferguson method,...

Understanding the Influence of Product Recommendation and User Generated Content on Customer Loyalty of Beauty-Techs in Indonesia

Ika Nurkasanah, Nita Ambarwati, Mudjahidin, Yosua Gibeon Leonardo, Yehezkiel Novianto Aryasena
Social Shopping Community (SSC) is an online shopping platform to search, share, recommend, rate, and buy products, including Beauty-Tech's products. SSC increases customer loyalty through the profound factors: Online Product Recommendation (OPR), Online Product Brokering (OPB), and User Generated...

Congklak Learning Media to Increase Student Learning Motivation in Class 2 Elementary School

Meisi Melaningsih, Mutiara Ananda, Samsul Pahmi, Merlin Kondologit
Congklak game is one of the traditional games that have developed almost throughout Indonesia. However, over time with the development of the era, this traditional toy has begun to be forgotten. Congklak is a game that can teach facts, skills, concepts, and mathematical principles. Congklak is also very...

Analysis of Earthquake Damage and Strong Ground Motion Characteristic of Maerkang M6.0 Swarm Type Earthquake in Sichuan

Sen Qiao, Zongchao Li, Tiefei Li, Changlong Li, Xueliang Chen, Keng Chen, Zhiwei Ji
On June 10, 2022, earthquakes of M5.8, M6.0 and M5.2 occurred successively in Markang City, Aba Prefecture, Sichuan Province, which is a swarm earthquake. This paper mainly analyzes the seismogenic structure, focal mechanism, aftershock distribution, seismic intensity, damage characteristics and strong...
Proceedings Article

A Diplomatic Approach to Global Cooperation on Covid-19 Lockdown

Nurdina Tamelia, Sunny Ummul Firdaus, Najib Satria
In 2020 the world is facing a global COVID-19 pandemic and the biggest health crisis since World War 2. To overcome the spread of the epidemic, almost the whole world has implemented a “lockdown” policy or the closure of countries or cities from migration, including restrictions on the entry of goods...

Smart City Innovation Among State Colleges and Universities and Rehumanizing Education in Society 5.0

Angelica G. Ordanza-Cortez
The paper focused on discussing the concept of SMART CITY as a form of technological innovation breakthrough in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines and how the recipient State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) rallied on the utilization of these ICT innovations while preparing teachers...
Proceedings Article

The Effect of Spousal Support on Work-Family Conflict of Women with Dual-Career Family in Padang City

Gumi Langerya Rizal, Zulian Fikry, Maya Yasmin
Along with times, changes in values and environment, as well as economic demands led to an increased number of working women. On daily basis, married women work to meet the financial needs of the family. This phenomenon creates a potential conflict between roles at work and in the family, also known...

Tessellation Technique on LORI MSME as Part of the Creativity and Application of Project-Based Learning for Design Students

Dewi Isma Aryani, Morinta Rosandini, Elliati Djakaria, Agnes Egidia Ananda Putri
Technological advancement is inextricably linked to the advancement of human civilization. Fashion accessories are a result of human civilization. Through this article, we will describe one endeavor to advance and broaden the range of jewelry designs is the use of Escher’s tessellation modular design...

The Role of Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) as a Mediating Variable on the Influence Between Motivation and Employee Performance

Abdul Hakim, Endah Setyowati, Niken Lastiti Veri Anggaini
Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) can be interpreted as behavior that exceeds the scope of one's work. This behavior is characterized by the actions of members of the organization that go beyond the work and tasks that have been formally defined and regulated in carrying out their roles...

Penal Benefit-Based Construction System on Indonesian Environmental Criminal Law Settlement Policy According to Environmental Rule of Law Paradigm

Yazid Nurhuda
The environmental rule of law paradigm requires the existence of a special mechanism that involves all parties in realizing an integrated environmental law system which is not only aimed at enforcing legal certainty but also for realizing justice for all elements, both humans and the environment itself....

A Systematic Literature Review: Determinants of Sustainable Competitive Advantage

Abdul Satar, M. Musadieq, Solimun, Benny Hutahayan
The objective of this research is to examine the development of Sustainable Competitive Advantage from both theoretical and practical perspectives, as well as the factors that influence it. A Systematic Literature Review approach was employed in this study, following the Preferred Reporting Items for...

Prevalence Mental Health Status of Frontline Nurses Handling Covid-19 in Indonesia

Ice Yulia Wardani, Riska Amalya Nasution, Evin Novianti, Herni Susanti, Riris Ocktryna, M. Akbar Nugraha, Raphita Diorarta
The impact of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) is not only on physical health but also on mental health. Nurses are one of the vanguards in handling Covid-19 which is at risk of experiencing mental health problems. This study aims to identify the mental health status of the foremost nurses in handling...

Risk Factors and Adverse Effects of Smartphone Addiction in Early Childhood: A Systematic Review

Amalina Amalina, N. A. Samat
Smartphones are technological devices that have a significant impact on people's daily lives. However, excessive smartphone usage can have negative effects on individuals. This study aims to systematically identify the risk factors and impacts associated with smartphone addiction in early childhood....

Analysis of Differences in Financial Performance of PT Krakatau Steel Tbk Before and After Restructuring

Napa Lestari, Alda Wiliyana Tania, Andini Ulhaq, Nur Alim Bahri
This study aims to determine differences in the financial performance of PT Krakatau Steel Tbk before and after restructuring. This type of research used is comparative quantitative. The population of this study are companies from the metal industry sub-sector and the like which are listed on the Indonesia...

Crafting Enemy

Ideographs in Iranian Political Discourse

Alireza Azeri Matin
Since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, the public discourses in Iran have been flooded with a series of ideographs which were characteristically vague, and at the same time persuasive or even provocative. One of the key ideographs, particularly within the realm of political communication that saturates...

The Implementation of Royal Rebel Loyalty Program in Improving Mad for Makeup Sales

Putri Pratiwi Alianti, Susi Susanti Tindaon
Mad For Makeup is one of the cosmetic local brands from Indonesia. Mad For Makeup utilizes loyalty programs as one of the strategies implemented for selling products. This program is called Royal Rebel Program and can be used to sell the products they own. This research was conducted to find out how...

Teacher Communication and Interaction with Students in Online Learning Amid Covid- 19 Pandemic

Adiyono, Khairul Anwar, Enkin Asrawijaya, Nukman, Hisnawati
Humans are social creatures who frequently interact in groups and cannot avoid interaction or communication. Communication is the process of conveying messages from communicators to communicants or audiences through symbols or other visual cues. This is done to help students understand the message, whether...

Analysis of the Effect of Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use, Perceived Security, and Trust on Intention to Use E-Wallet Gopay

(Survey of Gopay Users in DKI Jakarta)

Agung Nugroho Luthfi Imam Fahrudi, Nyimas Khairani Zata, Safarudin Hisham Tualeka
This research investigates the factors influencing the intention to use the Gopay E-Wallet in DKI Jakarta. This study uses Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use, Perceived Security, and Trust as independent variables and Intention to Use as the dependent variable. The investigation was conducted...

Public Acceptance of Electronic Land Certificate

Yudha Purbawa, Septina Marryanti Prihatin, Arditya Wicaksono, Romi Nugroho, Halimah Ratna Sari
In the frame of e-government, the Ministry of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning/National Land Agency recently issued an electronic land certificate policy through ministerial regulation number 1 of 2021 concerning electronic certificates. Since this is a relatively new policy and its acceptance level...

The Jaipongan Creation Dance Festival of Galuh Pakuan Cup During the Pandemic Period 2020–2021

Noviyanti Maulani, Juju Masunah
The Jaipongan Creation Dance Festival of Galuh Pakuan has been held once a year by the Customary Institution of Karatwan Galuh Pakuan Subang since 2017, it was usually held in offline then virtually in 2020. This article aimed to analyze the management of the virtual festival of the Jaipongan creation...
Proceedings Article

An Automated Platform for evaluating the factors related to Music Recommendation System

A. Sheik Abdullah, M. K. Thamaraimanian, R. Priyadarshini, D. Altrin Lloyd Hudson, V. Naga Pranava Shashank
Listening to music has become one of the most frequently resorted to pastimes of people ranging from the youth to the elder. While there are umpteen songs of different genres and artists from yesteryears in the podcast, it becomes essential that there is a recommendation System that analyzes the liking...

Absorption of Labor in the Surakarta Residency

Masga Azhary Haznur, Eni Setyowati
Labor absorption can be defined as the number of jobs that have been filled, seen from the number of working people. Every year the labor force continues to experience fluctuations, but the jobs created tend to be small. As a result of the imbalance between the growth of the labor force and employment,...

Transmedia Learning Map: Disaster Risk Reduction Education Content for Primary School Students in Indonesia

Aditya Satyagraha, Gideon Hutapea
This paper studies earthquake disaster risk reduction education for primary school students in Indonesia. The research was employed mainly by the concept of transmedia learning proposed by Jenkins (2009) from the perspective of the teaching-learning process. This is because previous research revealed...
Proceedings Article

Critical Care Nurses’ Research Utilization and Competence Levels

Feras Mohammad Abuerwak, Mohammad Alsadi, Mohammad R. Alosta, Najlaa Mohammed Alnayef, Abdul-Monim Batiha, Mohammed Albashtawy
Nurses’ competency at critical care units is necessary to build their capacity in clinical decision making in the presence of life-threatening conditions. One of the major contributors to nurses’ competency is research utilization (RU). It affects their evidence-based decision-making, empower them and...

Notes and Advances of the Peruvian Digital Curation of Images from Early 20th Century Printed Magazines

María M. Ramírez-Jefferson, Lorena T. Espinoza-Robles
In Latin America, there is an absence of digital curation promoting the dissemination of graphic information from printed journalistic products for the general public, which could, at the same time, contribute to their country’s memory. For this reason, the article delves into the research-creation project...

Management’s Company Value Based Capital Structure, Liquidity Ratio, Coverage, Activity through Financial Performance

Ainun Jariah, Sukma Irdiana, Ninik Lukiana
Encouraging performance synonymous with an increase in company value. Because this is the same as achieving the company’s primary objective, maximizing company value is crucial for a business. Increasing the value of firm accomplishments in line with owner wishes since owner welfare will be ensured automatically....

Utilizing Learning Analytics to Investigate the Impact of Using Self-Regulated Learning: What is the influence on Students’ Thinking Ability and Ethics?

Bansu I. Ansari, Hery Saputra, Mirunnisa Mirunnisa
Self-regulated learning (SRL) is a method of learning in which a learner sets goals, controls and manages his learning, and evaluates himself. Learning Analytics (LA) was used to see the extent of SRL’s impact on students’ higher-order thinking skills. This study aims to examine the role of LA in examining...
Proceedings Article

Biopesticidal Effect of Widuri (Calotropis gigantea L.) and Krinyuh (Chromolaena odorata L.) Leaves to Control Corn Fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda)

Flora Pasaru, Nur Khasanah, Burhanuddin Haji Nasir, Kasriyanto, Sri Anjar Lasmini
Spodoptera frugiperda is the main pest that attacks corn plants. This pest attack can cause damage to the leaves so it has the potential to reduce maize production. This study aimed to obtain the response of vegetable insecticides to the leaf extract of widuri and krinyuh leaf and its combination in...
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Ulrika Ferberg*, Katya Matusevich, Gabriella Eliason, Maria Fernstom, Anita Hurtig-Wennlof
Pages: 3 - 3
Impairment of vascular endothelial function is an early sign of atherosclerosis. An active lifestyle is suggested to be positively associated with favorable endothelial function as opposed to a sedentary lifestyle. The aim of this ongoing study (Lifestyle, Biomarkers and Atherosclerosis Study) is to...