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Ravensca Matatula, Danny Manongga, Hendry Hendry
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.563-1.572; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.514

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Social media is a very important tool in this modern era , one of which is namely twitter. Twitter allows user for give opinion / opinion to various issues and topics hot / viral trending . Trending on twitter is so so fast in the process of spreading so that Twitter becomes a medium of information that often become a media issue conspiracy . Covid-19 is a moderate epidemic / disease _ experienced the whole world when this . Issues circulating in the population , they believe that Covid-19 is a real pandemic and a conspiracy , issue this make population confused differentiate Among second issue that . Because of that required a fast and accurate analysis _ for produce valid results , that Covid-19 a real thing _ or conspiracy seen from opinion population and corner views written on Twitter. CNN/RNN or combined from RNN(LSTM) and CNN methods are method used _ for classify opinion population about Covid-19 issues . Study this also done with compare is correct RNN/CNN accuracy same like deep RNN even more fast for in the process . Research results state that accuracy from combined RNN/CNN no different remote , even RNN/CNN in the process more fast than deep RNNs. Research results about opinion / opinion residents on twitter who believe about Covid-19 is conspiracy more low than residents who have confidence about Covid-19 is something the real thing . Percentage classification opinion / opinion from sentiment positive by 63.15% and opinion / opinion sentiment negative by 28.60%, this is results calculation use RNN/CNN method , with accuracy reached 58%. Accuracy from method used _ make Covid-19 issues that exist in the population no Becomes hoax news so population more alert against the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic happen.
Abdul Samad, Asrar Ali, Shehroz Ahmad, Areeb Ahmer, Sania Tariq
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.214-1.219; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i6.496

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The role of information technology in higher education is to realize academic effectiveness. Academic Information System (SIAK) which is loaded with the use of Information Technology (IT). The PO1 IT Process Governance audit based on the COBIT standard, namely “Define a Strategic Information Technology Plan” then became a strategic issue for the success of higher education management, especially the SIAK Polytechnic campus which uses information technology-based tools in its teaching and learning process. This study aims to measure the level of IT Process PO-01 governance in relation to Academic Information Systems in Vocational Model High Schools (Polytechnics). The sample of this research is nine Vocational High Schools (Polytechnics) in Bandung. From the results of the study, it is known that the IT Process Governance PO-01 at SIAk Vocational Colleges is still at Level 2, namely "Repeatable but Intuitive". The effectiveness of governance is still determined by the competence of the individual or part of the personnel who carry out the IT Function (technical) and the assignment is ad-hoc. IT management at SIAk has not been internalized and refers to Best Practice. But on the other hand, it has begun to be seen that the Polytechnic management has a fairly good awareness of the importance of IT Governance and wants to make it an enabler for the Academic Information System (SIAk). However, there is still a fairly high gap between what is and what should be desired as in COBIT Best Practicevariables.
Muhamad Mas’Ud, Fadllurrrohman Fadllurrrohman
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1881-1893; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.602

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This research is a case study on the thoughts of Sheikh Yusuf al-Makasari. This study aims to analyze the thoughts of Sheikh Yusuf al-Makasari about the application of Islamic law and its application through the judicial institutions of the Dutch East Indies colonial period. This study uses qualitative methods which include library research studies, namely reviewing literature related to Sheikh Yusuf and studies relevant to Sheikh Yusuf. The results of this study are that Sheikh Yusuf's accommodationist attitude vis-a-vis the Netherlands is solely in order to prevent political disturbances and disturbances that harm society and maintain the continuity of Islamic law as desired in the political understanding of the Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Jama'ah; In his efforts to implement Islamic law effectively in the archipelago, this Betawi cleric has also succeeded in compiling Islamic family law materials (marriage, divorce, and inheritance).
Harun Harnavi, Febrianti Ika Kurnia, Kam Alexander
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1894-1904; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.601

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Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is one of most common world’s health problems with constantly increasing prevalence and many complications, and cardiovascular is one of them. The earliest cardiovascular damage that can be seen is left ventricular diastolic dysfunction. In patients with CKD, there will be mineral metabolism disorders, including phosphate. Persistently increased phosphate in CKD will cause rising in Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 (FGF23) that regulates phosphate in the circulation. High level of FGF23 will directly damage the heart and stimulates cardiac remodeling that will result in cardiomyocyte damage, atherosclerosis and intramyocardial cells fibrosis. This will cause myocardial stiffness and diastolic dysfunction. The purpose of the study is to discover correlation between Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 (FGF23) serum and left ventricle diastolic function in patients with chronic kidney disease. This is an observational study with cross-sectional methods. The sample is 30 patients diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Patients are evaluated for Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 (FGF23) level in their serum, assessed the left ventricle diastolic function by measuring early diastolic velocity of the left ventricle (lateral e’) using echocardiography.There is significantly increased of FGF23 serum levels and decreased of lateral e’ value in chronic kidney disease case. There’s also a strong correlation between FGF23 serum and filtration glomerulus rate (LFG) (p<0.05), and a strong correlation between FGF23 serum level with lateral e’ as a component of left ventricle diastolic function. There’s a strong correlation between FGF23 with left ventricle diastolic function in patients with CKD.
Nurul Fajri Widyasari, Helda Helda, Rizki Febriawan
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1847-1860; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.597

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Coronary artery disease, including acute coronary syndrome (ACS), is a major cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. The neutrophil lymphocyte ratio (NLR) is a nonspecific marker of inflammation and previous studies have shown that increased NLR is associated with mortality in acute coronary syndrome patients and may act as a prognostic marker. The aim of this study was to assess the association of NLR and in-hospital mortality in ACS patients. The method used in this study was, Literature search was carried out using the Ebsco, Embasse, Nature, Proquest, PubMed, Science Direct and Scopus databases until March 2022 to find an observational cohort study that assessed the association of NLR and in-hospital mortality in ACS patients. A systematic review of published studies following the preferred reporting items for systematic review and guideline meta-analysis (PRISMA) was conducted. Study quality was assessed with the Newcastle Ottawa Scale (NOS) and only high quality studies were included in this meta-analysis. The primary outcome was in-hospital mortality and the effect was measured in Risk Ratio (RR) and 95% CI. Conclusion: A high NLR increases the risk of in-hospital death in acute coronary syndrome patients. Further studies in large settings are needed to assess the NLR threshold values ​​that can predict in-hospital mortality in acute coronary syndrome patients
Mohammed Ridha H .Alhakeem
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 1, pp 1382-1384; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v1i11.596

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Iraq is built on agriculture. As a result of population growth, accidents, and contamination, India's agriculture sector is currently declining in quality. Therefore, despite the speed and accuracy of the work, we have attempted to simplify the agriculture industry and restrict human involvement. In order to make this a reality, we are using IOT as the regulator and a few sensors that are connected to it. A rancher must occasionally screen the field for a respectable yield. This paper focuses on crop observation using IoT devices that would provide ranchers with real-time field data. Once obtained, the information is evaluated and documented for further use. This task was assigned to increase harvest efficiency and take preventive action against production loss. Additionally, we included a coordinated structure for waste administration. By enabling brilliant activity that is satisfying and independent, the Internet of Things (IOT) has been playing an awesome role in simplifying human lives. Comparing the suggested framework to the current garbage assortment framework, the movement distance is reduced by 30% on average in the approved circumstance. By enabling continuous observation and an optimized route, it reduces the cost of fuel and human labor, upgrading and improving the system.
I Wayan Candra, I Gusti Ayu Harini, Agus Sri Lestari, I Ketut Gama Gama, Dewa Gede Sastra Ananta Wijaya
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1776-1784; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.581

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The purpose of research is to know about the effect of assertive behavior to depression on diabetes mellitus patients. This study used pre-experimental design with ao ne-group pre-post test t design. The sample used is 1 7 people selected by purposive sampling technique. The results showed that the category of depression before being given assertive behavior treatment mostly in the moderate depression as many as 1 1 people (64.7%), and after being given assertive behavior showed that a decrease in the number of moderate depression to be 9 people ( 52.9 %). The results of this study were tested by paired-sample t-test statistic, the results obtained value (р) = 0.01 5 . The conclusion of research is assertive behavior can decrease the level of depression in patients with diabetes mellitus.
Ning Adiasih
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1687-1700; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.575

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The adoption of adopted children in the Toba Batak community is carried out in an open and cash way. The main reason in the Toba Batak community is the absence of descendants. The indigenous Batak Toba community itself adheres to a patrilineal system that is based on male/father lineage. The requirements for adopting children by the Toba Batak indigenous people are carried out according to the customs of the indigenous people, by carrying out a traditional ceremony "dirajahon" in front of dalihan na tolu, traditional leaders / leaders, and local indigenous people by giving ulos parompa (carpet) and dekke sitio. tio (carp) as evidence of an inauguration in the process of the traditional ceremony. The position of an adopted child is basically legal to become an heir and his rights are equal to the position of a biological child, because according to the customary inheritance law of the Toba Batak with evidence of the existence of the traditional ceremony, an adopted child is legally the heir of his adoptive parents himself, without the need for tools. evidence as well as a deed. Adopted children have the right to joint property and inheritance from their adoptive parents
Endah Sari Purbaningsih, Muadi Muadi, Iin Indra Nuraeni
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1785-1792; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.582

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One of the health problems that many women experience is breast cancer. This diagnosis becomes a stressor that will greatly affect the patient's physical, psychological, spiritual and social condition. Another problem experienced by breast cancer patients is sleep disorders that can affect sleep quality. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between psychological status and sleep quality in breast cancer patients. The type or research design used is descriptive correlation with a cross sectional approach. The number of samples is 30 respondents, data collection using the standard DASS questionnaire for psychological status and PSQI for sleep quality, previously the patient was given informed consent. Data analysis using Spearman rank. The research was conducted at Waled Hospital, Cirebon. The results showed that there was a relationship between psychological status and sleep quality in breast cancer patients with p value = 0.004 < = 0.05. The correlation coefficient value of 0.509 means that the strength of the correlation is moderate and positive, meaning that the better the psychological status of the respondent, the higher the correlation. good sleep quality too. The conclusion of this study is that psychological status is positively correlated with sleep quality, the better the psychological status, the better the sleep quality of breast cancer patients.One of the health problems that many women experience is breast cancer. This diagnosis becomes a stressor that will greatly affect the patient's physical, psychological, spiritual and social condition. Another problem experienced by breast cancer patients is sleep disorders that can affect sleep quality. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between psychological status and sleep quality in breast cancer patients. The type or research design used is descriptive correlation with a cross sectional approach. The number of samples is 30 respondents, data collection using the standard DASS questionnaire for psychological status and PSQI for sleep quality, previously the patient was given informed consent. Data analysis using Spearman rank. The research was conducted at Waled Hospital, Cirebon. The results showed that there was a relationship between psychological status and sleep quality in breast cancer patients with p value = 0.004 < = 0.05. The correlation coefficient value of 0.509 means that the strength of the correlation is moderate and positive, meaning that the better the psychological status of the respondent, the higher the correlation. good sleep quality too. The conclusion of this study is that psychological status is positively correlated with sleep quality, the better the psychological status, the better the sleep quality of breast cancer patients.
Riza Effendi Wijaya, Adi Sastra P Tarigan, Solly Aryza
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1763-1775; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.580

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Air transmission lines generally use ACSR type conductors. As the demand for electrical energy increases, the effort to increase the capacity of the transmission line is carried out by optimizing the current-carrying capacity of the existing transmission line, but the problem that arises in this optimization is the increase in the voltage and slope of the conductor. This study aims to determine the effect of line current instability on conductor temperature, conductor slope, slope angle and conductor voltage, which is then useful for the construction of transmission line construction structures in accordance with the mechanical properties of the conductors used. This study uses the calculation of the heat balance equation. to calculate the conductor temperature. The Basic Span Length method is used to determine the equivalent span length
Heni Sumastri, Marta Pastari
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1676-1686; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.573

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This study aims to analyze whether the combination of play therapy and speech therapy effectively affects the behavioral development of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This study uses a quantitative method with the population in this study are all children with autism who are regular visitors of speech therapy at NU_Kids Integrated Therapy 1 and 2. The collection of samples in this study used purposive sampling method. The results showed that most of the children who were given treatment only with speech therapy (Group I) had severe autism, namely 11 people (68.8%) then most of the children who were given combination treatment, namely combined speech therapy with play therapy (flash cards and puzzles). ) (Group II) also experienced severe autism, namely 9 people (56.3%). This shows that children with severe autism really need speech therapy to deal with the behavior disorders they experience.
Rio Dimas Sugiarta, Fitri Arofiati, Elsye Maria Rosa
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1728-1741; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.578

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Power health wrong the only one nurses in the current COVID-19 era work bear heavy load  about many threat are you serious to health work . Burden work and problem mental health officer health in the COVID-19 pandemic has become attention . Problem this increase error medical and Dead patient as well as could lower performance officer health . Credential process also Becomes part important , because as base gift authority clinic to nurse , however on reality not yet fully done with good . Type research used  explanatory , with cross sectional design . Population study is whole nurse at PKU Muhammadiyah General Hospital Kutowinangun as many as 58 people. Technique taking sample i.e. total sampling, i.e. whole registered nurse  as employee permanent and already get credentials as many as 56 nurses . Instrument study use questionnaire . Data analysis using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis with PLS application . Results analysis influence direct show there is influence motivation to performance nurse , there influence credentials to motivation nurse , there influence credentials to performance nurse . Credentials capable moderate influence motivation work to performance nurse at PKU Muhammadiyah General Hospital Kutowinangun
Ratnawati Ratnawati, Oberlin Silalahi
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1742-1755; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.574

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This study examined the contribution of women's government heads to gender-responsive policies at the local level. It was carried out due to the increase in the number of women leaders in various countries as heads of government at the national and local levels in the 21st century, which contributed to the realization of gender-responsive policies. This paper argues that the social capital owned by women regional heads contributes to realizing gender-responsive policies. This study was carried out using the focus group discussions (FGD) methodology, with data collected from 19 key informants through in-depth interviews and documents. The result showed that the success of women regional heads in realizing gender-responsive policies is influenced by their social capital in the form of material capital, access to information with organizations and public officials, and the provision of a network capital that is bonding, bridging, and linking. Furthermore, there are other factors, namely personal capacity related to knowledge and understanding of gender-responsive policies, involvement and experience of women regional heads in organization activities, and support politics of the regional parliament/DPRD. This study provides insight for women willing to advance in the election contestation process by considering their previous experience and involvement in political activities as essential factors in realizing gender-responsive policies.
Ni Wayan Karmini
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1701-1711; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.576

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This article aims to discuss the humanism education model and its implementation in learning process at Taman Rama Elementary School, Denpasar. Data acquisition was carried out through literature study, observation, and interviews with education observers, student parents, and managers of Taman Rama Elementary School, Denpasar. The collected data were analyzed descriptively by applying the humanism learning theory. The study results show that Taman Rama Elementary School students' character building is carried out by applying the neo-humanistic education model, which is a horizontal balance between physical development and mental development. Besides that, vertically in the form of achieving spiritual development's process. The humanism education process implemented in Taman Rama Elementary School, Denpasar was pursued by implementing the 2013 curriculum which led students to have a humanistic personality and have multiple intelligences. The intelligence referred to is kinetic intelligence, intellectual intelligence, social intelligence, emotional intelligence, and spiritual intelligence by upholding the principle of non-violence (ahimsa). This means that students are expected to have noble humanitarian traits and attitudes, namely simplicity, care for others, and the environment. In addition, it also encourages students to be active, creative, disciplined, and responsible.
Falderika Falderika, Bahtiar Bahtiar
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1668-1675; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.572

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One option that has the potential to be applied to road roughness is the reuse of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) material. RAP material can be reused by adding new asphalt and aggregate in accordance with the composition of the mixture so that it is expected to obtain the quality as planned. One of the efforts made to improve the quality of the RAP asphalt mixture is to use modified asphalt with additional material in the form of styrofoam. The use of styrofoam in asphalt is expected to improve the technical properties of a mixture. This research was conducted with variations in asphalt content of 5%, 5.5%, 6%, 6.5%, and 7%. bitumen content obtained from extraction is 6.28%, and the use of RAP is 30%. Next, make specimens for the standard marshall test at variations in Styrofoam levels of 0%, 6.5%, 6.75% and 7% on each KAA and the KAO value is 6.75% of the weight of the test object. The results of the Marshall test showed the optimum stability value for adding that the effective percentage of Styrofoam was found in a mixture of 7% Styrofoam, which was 4181 kg with an increase of 4,700 from a mixture of laston without Styrofoam addition. The flow value is 2.76 mm, while the Marshall Quotient (MQ) value has increased compared to without the use of Styrofoam with a value of 1.513. From the results of mixed analysis using RAP with the addition of optimum Styrofoam, it can improve the performance of the laston AC-WC mixture.
Susanti Br Perangin-Angin
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1712-1727; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.577

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The World Health Organization (WHO) collected stunting data showing that Indonesia is one of the three countries with the highest prevalence in the South-East Asia Region (SEAR). Health problems that affect infants are stunting or short stature due to chronic malnutrition where malnutrition is a global problem, including in Indonesia. This research is an analytic observational study with a case control study. The design was carried out at the Titi Papan Health Center, Mabar Hilir District, Medan Deli Regency in 2021 to analyze the influence of risk factors on stunting events with a sample of 88 children under five, 44 cases and 44 controls, sampling was carried out purposively where cases and controls were taken in one population. Data were obtained from Puskesmas, Medan City Health Office, observations, direct interviews with respondents using questionnaires. The results of the study concluded that the most influential variable on the incidence of stunting was family income (p = 0.000, Exp(B) = 9.208). Factors that significantly influence the incidence of stunting are birth weight (p = 0.001, OR = 2.375), education (p = 0.001, OR = 6.923), family income (p = 0.000, OR = 15.857), availability of clean water facilities . (p = 0.000, OR = 9.643), family latrine facilities (p = 0.001, OR = 2.333), sewerage ownership (p = 0.000), OR = 0.405. The need for intensive counseling by health workers regarding factors related to stunting, to increase public awareness to change bad habits that are contrary to health and can cause stunting in toddlers.
Hamza Khalifa Ibrahim, Hamza A. Khalfallah, Zahrah Meelad Eisay, Admir Jance, Aejeeliyah Yousuf, Diana Magfiroh
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1756-1762; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i9.571

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Over the past few decades, there has been a increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, live with a large number of people chronic diseases that may adversely affect them quality of life. The goal of the current work is to To investigate quality of life, particularly health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in patients with chronic diseases. HRQOL is a multidimensional structure It consists of at least three large domains − physical, mental and social functioning − affected by disease and/or treat. HRQoL usually starts with chronically ill and often impaired most. In addition, the following factors Also correlated with good and bad HRQoL Discussed as HRQoL assessment. That Estimating the relative impact of chronic diseases Necessary for HRQoL disease Better plan and allocate healthcare Resources to Improve HRQoLOver the past few decades, there has been a increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, live with a large number of people chronic diseases that may adversely affect them quality of life. The goal of the current work is to To investigate quality of life, particularly health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in patients with chronic diseases. HRQOL is a multidimensional structure It consists of at least three large domains − physical, mental and social functioning − affected by disease and/or treat. HRQoL usually starts with chronically ill and often impaired most. In addition, the following factors Also correlated with good and bad HRQoL Discussed as HRQoL assessment. That Estimating the relative impact of chronic diseases Necessary for HRQoL disease Better plan and allocate healthcare Resources to Improve HRQoL
Ayu Aruni, Triesanto Romulo Simanjuntak, Putri Herginasari
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.587-1.596; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.542

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After World War II, Japan had a bad image in the international community. The Japanese government then tried to rise by using its public diplomacy strategy through educational instruments, namely the student exchange program initiated by Japanese Prime Minister Shizo Abe at the 23rd International Conference on The Future of Asia which aims to improve image, spread values and culture, and increase influence. Japan in the Asian region, including in Indonesia. To achieve this national interest, Japan uses its soft power element, namely Japanese popular culture through Cool Japan to attract foreign people to visit Japan, especially Asian people including Indonesia. The influence of Cool Japan has succeeded in improving the image of Japan as a country that is known to preserve and spread its uniqueness and positive values in its culture. This study uses qualitative research methods by conducting data/information searches that rely on humans and print media as research instruments. So in this study, we will discuss Cool Japan as one of Japan's public diplomacy activities to attract foreign people to visit Japan through the Asia Kakehashi Project student exchange program. Indonesia is one of the Asian countries appointed to send participants to take part in the Asia Kakehashi Project in Japan to participate in improving relations between the two countries by participating in a series of program activities by spreading values, understanding, experiences and positive opinions about what they get while in Japan.
S. Mahabub Basha, M Kethan
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.648-1.656; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.553

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While learning online during the pandemic students faced so many problems difficulties and challenges with respect to the stress worry anxiety technology adaptability course content delivery and explanation in the digital transformation from a physical classroom learning to an online mode amidst pandemic. This research aims to explore challenges facing students using a student online survey and data was analyzed using SPSS for student’s online learning experiences amidst the pandemic which was handled adequately. Extraction of common factor variances from measure sets for getting prominent factors to measure the transformational shift from offline to online digital learning was done using Exploratory Factor Analysis. Sampling Adequacy Measure test of KMO a correlation matrix which indicates whether the variables are unrelated in the Bartlett’s Sphericity test in which the level of significance gives the test result showed in the present study that significant relationships exists among variables and there is high correlation. Principle Component Analysis (PCA) with Varimax rotation used for challenges showed inter-correlation and a significant relationship of students challenges faced in digital mode with significant P value at 5% level of significance. Regression analysis testing H0 variable relationship with one or more variables revealed significant constant value with psychological, technological and personal opinion as three representative factors found to be significant so the H0 stands rejected
I Nyoman Gede Sugiartha, I Made Minggu Widyantara, Ni Made Puspasutari Ujianti
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.495-1.502; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.544

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Indonesia as a state of law is obliged that the law must always be enforced, respected and obeyed by anyone without any reason for exception. In response to this, positive legal policies in Indonesia are required to be able to respond to the phenomena of crimes committed by utilizing this technology. The problems of this study are 1) What is the policy of criminal sanctions against account break-ins through Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)? 2) What is the judge's consideration in deciding the case of account burglary through Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)? The research method used is a normative legal research method, with a literature study of primary and secondary legal materials. The results of the study can be concluded that: 1) The policy of criminal sanctions against account burglary through Automated Teller Machines (ATM) in the Criminal Code, the ITE Law, the Fund Transfer Act, the Money Laundering Eradication Act. 2) The judge's consideration in deciding the case of Account Burglary through Automated Teller Machines (ATM) is that the defendant TEGUH T KHASAN has been legally proven. Aggravating things The defendant's actions can disturb the community and can cause harm to others. The mitigating factors were that the defendant admitted that he had never been convicted, the defendant was polite in court and admitted frankly his actions, the defendant felt guilty and regretful.
Riwandari Juniasti, Edison Siregar, Fery Tobing
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.479-1.486; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.550

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The COVID-19 pandemic and the implementation of Large-Scale Social Restrictions that occurred in Indonesia resulted in an economic slowdown. Then the problem that is present in the banking sector is the difficulty of debtors in fulfilling their credit obligations. The purpose of this study is to analyze the differences in the performance of the National Sharia BPR before the covid 19 pandemic and during the covid 19 pandemic for the period June 2018 - September 2021. In this study, performance was measured by the asset return ratio (ROA), capital adequacy ratio (CAR), ratio of non-performing loans (NPF), operating expenses to operating income (BOPO), and the ratio of loans to deposits (FDR). The research is included in quantitative research with a comparative type. The data used is secondary data in the form of the financial statements of the National Sharia BPR obtained from www.ojk.co.id. Data analysis in this study used paired sample t-test analysis with the help of the SPSS version 25 program. The results showed that only CAR and NPF had significant differences before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. While ROA, BOPO, and FDR had no significant differences. before and during the covid 19 pandemic.
Mulyadi Mulyadi
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.597-1.608; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.557

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This study aims to determine 1) the characteristics of the people of Arfak who migrated to the city of Manokwari ; 2) the driving factors for the migration of the Arfak people from their home villages, and 3) the pull factors for the migration of the Arfak people to the city of Manokwari . To obtain data, the study used a descriptive approach through survey activities to the Arfak community living in the city of Manokwari as a case. The case of this research is the mobility or migration of the Arfak community as the main ethnic group in Manokwari Regency. The results showed that the main driving force behind Arfak mountain residents leaving their villages was economic factors, namely in their home villages they did not have adequate educational facilities, limited employment opportunities only relied on agriculture and forest labor, transportation and communication facilities were still lacking , the price of goods was limited. basic necessities are expensive, and the fear of being attacked by suanggi . Meanwhile, the issue of differences of opinion within the church, land disputes, and cold weather conditions do not always have an effect. While the main pull factor so that Arfak residents are interested in moving to the city of Manokwari are because the reasons in the city are good health and education facilities and services, available jobs, easy access to government, and guaranteed security.
Sartono Sartono, Djoko Suhardjanto, Agung Nur Probohudono, Djuminah Djuminah
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.527-1.535; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.548

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This study aims to analyze the effect of Institutional Isomorphism on mandatory disclosure with Financial Accounting Standards for Entities Without Public Accountability (SAK ETAP). The level of mandatory disclosures, measured by an unweighted of 88 disclosure items. The results of the study on 195 real sector cooperatives showed that the level of mandatory disclosure is 31.4%, the highest is 59.4%, and the lowest is 7.5%. Multiple regression analysis shows that information technology, audit types, and entity size, have a significant effect on Mandatory Disclosure of SAK ETAP, while industry types have an moderat significant effect. The theoretical contribution is to provide insight into the use of mimetic and normative isomorphism in explaining mandatory disclosures, while stakeholders can provide input for considering policy and decision making regarding the implementation of financial reporting based on SAK ETAP
Arvina Dian Wahyu Permatasari
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.487-1.494; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.543

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The First Thousand Days of Life or 1000 HPK (Golden Period) is a critical period starting from conception until the child is 2 years old. Bride and groom are one of the target groups to improve health quality in 1000 HPK. Improving the quality of health can be done by providing pocket books as a medium for nutritional counseling. This research aims to determine the effect of pocket books as a medium for nutritional counseling on the knowledge and attitudes of prospective brides and grooms. This research uses the method true experiment research with randomized pre and posttest control group design. The number of respondents was 36 brides and grooms who registered at the Pedurungan Office of Religious Affairs (KUA) of Semarang City, which consisted of 19 interventions (given counseling and pocket books) and 17 controls (only counseled). Knowledge and attitude data were collected using a questionnaire. The test used to determine the effect between variables is the Paired Sample T-test. Results: There was an effect of pocket books as a medium of nutrition counseling on knowledge in the intervention group (p=0.000) and control (p=0.000) and intervention attitude (p=0.000), but there was no effect on control attitudes (p=0.438). Knowledge of respondents in the intervention group increased by 10.26 while attitudes increased by 11.32. This study concludes that the provision of pocket books as a medium for nutritional counseling has an effect on increasing the knowledge and attitudes of the bride and groom.
Siti Lia Amaliah
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.552-1.562; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.549

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Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the activities of parents and children have changed, many parents who experience stress due to their business experiencing a decrease in income and even going out of business, while some have to work at home using the WFH (Work From Home) system set by other companies and institutions. . Stress conditions experienced by parents have a relationship with the parenting style given by parents to their children, there is a statistically significant relationship between the stress conditions of parents and the parenting style of parents for their children The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between parenting and online game addiction at SMK Mekanika Cirebon. The method used is descriptive quantitative with survey research. Data collection by questionnaire. 220 Participants were taken by proportional random sampling. Data analysis with simple regression test method with the help of SPSS. Based on the values ​​obtained, it shows that the percentage of the influence of the parenting style variable on online game addiction is 22, 28%, while the remaining 7.72% is influenced by other variables not examined in this study. This study concludes that the characteristics of respondents consist of the work of parents of private employees, students in class XII are male with a duration of playing games more than 3 hours/day. The parenting pattern used by parents for students at SMK Mekanika Cirebon is democratic parenting, the level of addiction game online on students at SMK Mekanika Cirebon
Novena Ulita, Brian Alvin Hananto
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.458-1.468; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.539

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Design methodology is an important knowledge for student designers when doing design. However, in application in the design studio class, student designers often override this methodological aspect. This happens without realizing that students always have difficulty when asked to explain their work plans and the progress of their design work. With the methodology, student designers can more easily parse their work steps and convey their thinking ideas in a design concept when designing designs, especially visual communication designs (DKV). This journal aims to be able to describe the implementation of design methods in design design (DKV) so that it can describe logical and systematic thinking processes and work processes. Student designers can be able to apply and carry out correctly and present design design projects (DKV) in a responsible and professional manner so that it becomes an experience for them when they enter the world of work. With the theory of design methods and design thinking methods, the author reviews the application of design methods carried out at the two universities collaborating in this research project, namely Mercu Buana University and Pelita Harapan University. This research found the importance of methodological aspects in building motivation & design logic, the need to rearrange the curriculum structure according to the taxonomy of undergraduate education, the stages of work on the design report that are not in accordance with the work process in the design method used, and find the design thinking formula that is applied. on the DKV design.
Bambang Dwinanto
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.609-1.619; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.554

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Paper this presents the Matlab /Simulink model of PV module and maximum system tracking point power (MPPT). Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) is something method for track (track) the point power a source energy to produce power maximum . one _ MPPT method that can applied to a photovoltaic system is fractional open voltage method . Common problems _ happen to the system source voltage using photovoltaic is not suit Among load and power generated . _ This thing occur due to source sourced voltage _ of photovoltaic is strongly influenced by the conditions radiation and temperature around . For resolve Thing this so required something battery for keep the power that will used as source voltage . There are various methods and ways for realize MPPT control , including perturb and observe, incremental conductance, constant voltage, and parasitic capacitance . Method the have many disadvantages , among others , quite expensive and difficult implemented . There are various method for realize MPPT controller , one of them is with use network nerves imitation (ANN). MPPT ANN technique effective increase speed tracking and upgrading power output per day from one PV modules from 3.37 kW h to 3.75 kW h, i.e. percentage 11.28%. Enhancement power output from PV prove tested advantages _ with techniques that can reduce sufficient cost _ big of the generated kWh
Rizky Windar Amelia, Djoko Suhardjanto, Agung Nur Probohudono, Setyaningtyas Honggowati
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.656-1667; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.552

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This study compiles a cultural heritage index that can be used as a measure of the company's attention to cultural heritage which can be seen from the disclosure of financial statements. From the results of the literature review, the matrix creation carried out, and the forum group discussions held with stakeholders, 19 items of the Cultural Heritage disclosure index were obtained. the average importance of Cultural Heritage Disclosure to be disclosed according to stakeholders was very high as indicated by the mean of each item of 5.26% from the total maximum of 5.49% and a minimum of 5.02%. This implies that the mean of each item of Cultural Heritage Disclosure according to stakeholders is equally important. This is also corroborated by the overall mean of demand for Cultural Heritage disclosure according to stakeholders of 6.22 on a Likert 7 scale. Compliance with law items (item related to the company's level of compliance with regulations of cultural heritage) occupied the highest weighted index, while incidents and fines items were the lowest weighted index
Dian Putrawangsa, Agustinus Caniago, Samuel Aprilio
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.573-1.586; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.551

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Plastic is one of the most widely used raw materials for a product. Human life cannot be separated from products or equipment made from plastic. Company X often has problems with the quality of the products produced, especially valve products as products that are produced every day. The corrective step used to assist Company X in improving the quality of valve products is the application of the PDCA method. PDCA method consists of the plan, do, check, and act stages. The proposed improvement design was carried out based on the results of data processing and obtained as many as 9 proposed improvements. In the do stage, implementation of the proposed improvements that have been designed is carried out, five proposed improvements can be implemented and the other four in the form of recommendations. Next is the check stage, which is the process of collecting data again on the results of the implementation of the proposed improvement. Based on the results of the check stage, a standardization process was carried out at the act stage to improve the performance of the proposed improvement and the quality of the valve product. Standardization is done by changing or improving the proposed improvements that have been implemented. Research has succeeded in reducing the number of defective valve products with the proportion of defects that were previously 1.16% to 0.57%.
Dian Andriani Ratna Dewi, Wimpie Pangkahila
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.536-1.551; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.562

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Dry skin is a problem for millions of people and often causes discomfort and even psychological stress. Increasing the water content in the stratum corneum can be done by applying moisturizer regularly and regularly because it will improve lipid levels and hydrate the epidermis. Saccharide isomers (SI) are one of the answers for the development of Glycobiology. The hypothesis of this study is that the addition of 5% SI in the moisturizing formulation further increases skin hydration and can maintain higher skin hydration even after discontinuation of use compared to ordinary moisturizers. The research subjects were 30 women aged 30-45 years who were not menopausal. Randomly divided into control group (15 people) and treatment group (15 people) by double blind. Moisturizer used for 2 weeks in a row, then discontinued use. Measurement of skin hydration was carried out 3 times a week during the use of moisturizer and after discontinuation. The non-invasive measuring instrument used is the Multi Skin Test Center® MC 750 made in Germany. Giving moisturizer in both groups resulted in an increase in skin hydration after 2 weeks of use (p<0.05). After discontinuation of the moisturizer, the four locations showed significant differences in skin hydration (p<0.05). From the results of this study, it can be concluded that the addition of 5% SI in the moisturizing formulation can increase skin hydration higher and can maintain higher skin hydration even after discontinuation of administration compared to ordinary moisturizers.
Bambang Arwanto
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.443-1.457; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.537

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The poverty process creates specific rural poverty groups in a complex and multidimensional phenomenon, so that no valid anti-poverty program can apply equally to every time and every region, one of the specific rural poverty community groups created by the poverty process is Small Farmers and Cultivators, the source of their poverty is due to low access to land and capital, the alternatives available to them in the labor market are very small with low wages, precarious work, high unemployment rates, and limited land, so they experience exploitation by middlemen. intensive. The type of research used is descriptive research, the approach used is a case study using the PRA (Participatory Rural Appraisal) method. In this case, the case study is the search for problems (problem structuring) of the sources and processes behind the poverty of the farming community in Jonggon Kampung Village and the policies that need to be implemented in response to these problems. The research location was conducted in Kutai Kertanegara Regency, East Kalimantan Province, the unit of analysis of this study was at the village level, the determination of the unit of analysis was carried out intentionally according to the research objectives (purposive), namely villages according to the classification of poor villages with a functional group approach of people who are vulnerable to the poverty process. rural areas, namely groups of small farmers and sharecroppers. The results of the study confirm the policies that need to be implemented in an effort to increase the productivity of poor farmers in Jonggon Kampung Village, namely; controlling the shrinkage of functional land, increasing the application of appropriate technology, capital assistance and increasing access to marketing as alternative selected policies to be recommended.
Yanita Yanita
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.636-1.647; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.555

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This research examined and analyzed the performance of embroidery entrepreneurs in Aceh in five regencies consisting of embroidery entrepreneurs in Banda Aceh, Aceh Besar, Bireun, Lhokseumawe, and West Aceh. The sampling method used was Proportional Stratified Sampling, which then carried out random sampling in each city or district and obtained 198 embroidery entrepreneurs. This research used AMOS Structural Equation Model (SEM) as a tool for data analysis. The results revealed that Labor Recruitment, Entrepreneurship Training, and Entrepreneurial Orientation positively influenced Entrepreneurial Commitment and Entrepreneur Performance. Meanwhile, organizational innovation had no positive influence on entrepreneurial commitment and Entrepreneur performance. The entrepreneurial commitment acted out as the intervening variable mediated the relationship between labor recruitment and Entrepreneur Performance (Fully Mediated). The entrepreneurial commitment did not act as an intervening variable and did not mediate the relationship between entrepreneurial training and Entrepreneur Performance (Partially Mediated). The entrepreneurial commitment did not act as an intervening variable and did not mediate the relationship between entrepreneurial orientation and Entrepreneur Performance (Partially Mediated). The entrepreneurial commitment did not act as an intervening variable and did not mediate the relationship between
Sri Murlianti, Argyo Demartoto, Merah Johansyah, Sarah Agustiorini
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.620-1.635; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.556

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Kerta Buana Village, became the location for transmigrants from Bali, Lombok (NTB) and a few local transmigrants in 1980. This village later grew to become part of the main rice granary area of ​​Kutai Kartanegara Regency, as well as being known as the Bali Village of East Kalimantan. Kerta Buana is also known as the Pancasila Village, because of the harmony of the villagers with the background of 2 different dominant religions, Balinese transmigrants are Hindu and Lombok Muslim transmigrants. However, at present Kerta Buana Village has suffered severe damage to life, has changed its face into a village surrounded by coal mines, surrounded by 14 mining pits, agricultural productivity is low and a class of farmers without rice fields has emerged. This article analyzes how a transmigrant village that was once known as part of the district's food barn has now turned into a village surrounded by mining. Data was collected by in-depth observation, in-depth interviews with 16 key informants from each transmigrant group and repeated focus group interviews. Antonio Gramsci's concept of hegemony is used to explain how company power builds historical blocks, hegemony villagers with extractive economic ideology so that villagers agree to massive coal exploration around the village. The results show that companies use corporate and government institutions, community leaders, security forces and even local communities to lead transmigrants to obey the
Rina Wijayanti, Gancar Candra Premananto
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.469-1.478; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.540

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of remuneration on work productivity, the effect of the work environment on work productivity, the effect of employee welfare programs on work productivity, the effect of the three factors mentioned above on work productivity and to find out which variables have the most influence on work productivity. The research approach used in this study is a quantitative approach. In this study, data and information were obtained from respondents using a questionnaire. Types of data sources used in this study, namely quantitative data. The data analysis technique in this study used basic statistics, namely descriptive analysis. Based on the results of the calculation of the t-test table (table 18) it can be seen that the confidence level is 0.05 and the t-table value is 2.05, the calculated remuneration value is 8.042 and the probability value of t-value is 0.000 means that Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted, then this means that remuneration has a significant effect on employee productivity. From the results of the analysis, it is known that the remuneration variable consisting of elements of work standards, working time, number of products, product quality and increasing work ability, each has a significant effect on work productivity variables.
Akbar Pahlevi, Rahab Rahab
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.503-1.513; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i8.545

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The number of MSMEs engaged in timber requires companies to determine strategies that can make MSMEs seek and retain consumers. A model of MSME business continuity has been developed by placing the dependent variable on company performance as a proxy for MSME business continuity. In this model there are three antecedents of business continuity which include innovation, entrepreneurial orientation and TQM
Titin Suheri
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.337-1.349; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.529

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) is an infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered corona virus that can attack anyone from infants, children, to the elderly. The cause of Covid-19 transmission in preschool children is a lack of knowledge about the dangers of Covid-19 and its prevention, so that increasing knowledge and practice in preschool children is very necessary by providing education about Covid-19 prevention that can be conveyed by parents by providing various things that can improve children's knowledge, abilities, and skills through education with video media so as to increase the knowledge, attitudes, practices of parents and children.
Arifin Ade Neser, July Kristiani Br Sitepu, Wilsa Road Betterment Sitepu
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.291-1.296; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i7.509

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of work experience, independence, objectivity, integrity, on the quality of audit results with motivation as a moderating variable. This type of research is quantitative. The population in this study were auditors at the Financial and Development Supervisory Agency (BPKP) of North Sumatra, Medan with a sample of 70 auditors, which were taken using purposive sampling method. The research instrument used a questionnaire and the analytical technique used was multiple linear regression analysis. The results of the study indicate that integrity and objectivity have an effect on audit quality. Work Experience, Independence, motivation as moderating variables have no effect on Audit Quality.
Achmad Maqsudi, Titiek Rachmawati, Hwihanus Hwihanus
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.363-1.375; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.527

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From various empirical evidences conducted in various parts of the world on the factors that influence dividend policy, the results show that there are similarities or mutual support between one study and another. However, there are also among the variables that have a relationship with dividend policy showing contradictory results between one study and another. This can happen due to differences in business characteristics, business environment, culture and legal regulations that differ from one country to another. From several studies in various parts of the world, the factors that have the most influence on dividend policy are profitability, firm size, firm age, liquidity, previous dividends, dividend payments, firm value and cash flow. and leverage have a negative relationship with dividend policy, and Firm size, firm risk and ownership structure do not have a direct influence on dividend payments in private banks in Bangladesh.
Asni Ilham, Nina Lamatenggo, Hamzah Uno, Warni Tune Sumar
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.319-1.327; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.524

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The results showed that: (1) The relationship between literacy culture and school library readiness at SMA Negeri 1 Suwawa Timur. From the results of the research above, it is known that the test is carried out by comparing the alpha value with a significant value (0.006) > (0.05), then H 0 is rejected and H 1 is accepted. That is, partially there is a relationship between literacy culture with school library readiness. It can be concluded that literacy culture has a relationship with the readiness of school libraries at SMA Negeri 1 Suwawa Timur. (2) The relationship between students' learning motivation and the readiness of the school library at SMA Negeri 1 Suwawa Timur The test is done by comparing the alpha value with a significant value (0.000) > (0.05) then H 0 is rejected and H 1 is accepted. That is, partially there is a relationship between student learning motivation and school library readiness. It can be concluded that partially there is a relationship between school library readiness and student learning motivation at SMA Negeri 1 Suwawa Timur. (3) The Relationship between Literacy Culture, learning motivation and school library readiness for students at SMA Negeri 1 Suwawa Timur. count (496.29) > F table value (2.70) with a significant value (0.000) > (0.05) then H 0 is rejected and H 1 is accepted. That is, there is a relationship between Literacy culture of learning motivation with school library readiness can be concluded that simultaneously the literacy culture of student learning motivation with school library readiness at SMA Negeri 1 Suwawa Timur.
Syaefullah Syaefullah, Arif Darmawan, V Rudi
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.434-1.442; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.532

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The research objectives are; 1. To see the innovation process in the health office for health sector affairs 2. To analyze the models/types of innovation that exist in the health office. 3. To map the obstacles/barriers in the innovation process at the agency. 4. To analyze the efforts made in overcoming these obstacles. This study uses a qualitative approach, data obtained through interviews, observation, and documentation with spiral data analysis. Discussion, the process of innovation in the health department is by disseminating findings, externalizing findings, combining findings and internalizing findings. The results of the innovation process and innovation model at the health office in the work unit made a breakthrough program that was applied with the following model: 1. Bajang Tastura (Ambulance Network Brigade), Rapid Ambulance Assistance for villagers, 2. P3KM (Infectious Disease P2 Agent), Recording of infectious diseases in the community, 3. PTM Posyandu, Monitoring of Non-Communicable Diseases, 4. P3S (Stunting Acceleration Program), 5. E-PPGBM (Mobile Toddler Nutrition Growth Monitoring), 6. Integrated Referral for MCH-ELDERLY and Adolescent-UKS Monitoring Elderly health in adolescent health, 7. E-Puskesmas, Online -based basic health services , 8. Quick Quin Blood, UTD implementer.
John Friadi, Elly Rumengan, Dodi Putra Yani
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.312-1.318; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.517

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The development of information technology and the increasingly widespread use of the internet has changed the learning process in higher education, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, many higher education are conducting distance learning processes by implementing cloud computing-based e-learning. This is also in line with the government's recommendation that we apply health protocols to break the chain of the Covid-19 virus, such as studying and working from home. Batam University, in this case, the engineering faculty, includes those implementing cloud computing-based e-learning for distance learning The purpose of this research is to see how far the implementation of e-learning based on cloud computing according to users, in this case, are lecturers and students of the engineering faculty of Batam University, knowing the readiness of lecturers and students towards the process and products of e-learning itself and satisfaction from the lecturers and students. at the University of Batam at the engineering faculty during the e-learning implementation process. This research method uses a combination of quantitative and qualitative descriptive methods by distributing questionnaires to lecturers and students in the university environment at the engineering faculty which consists of 4 (four) study programs namely mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, and information systems After processing the data using the validity test, reliability test and qualitative analysis, it was obtained that the lecturer respondents agreed with the implementation of cloud computing-based e-learning by 41%, with an average Respondent Achievement Level (TCR) of lecturers of 81.82% in good category. Student respondents' answers strongly agree with the implementation of e-learning based on cloud computing of 44 with an average Student Achievement Level of Respondents (TCR) of 80.47% in good category.
Arianto Passalli Sarjono
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.252-1.269; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i7.502

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Shallots are one of the mainstay products of Demak Regency which are continuously being developed. However, the Demak Shallot Cluster faces a major obstacle, namely drying technology, which is the main cause of the decline in competitiveness, and farmers suffer huge losses. Therefore, in this study, a study of the drying of sliced shallots using a food dehydrator will be carried out. The research analysis includes (1) Drying Characteristics, (2) Drying Rate Analysis, (3) Application of Thin Layer Drying Model, (4) Rehydration Ratio Analysis, (5) Color Analysis, (6) Flavonoid and Total Phenolic Analysis, (7) Antioxidant Activity Analysis. The quality parameters of shallot products in general will follow SNI 3159-2013, this standard stipulates provisions regarding the quality, size and hygiene of shallots (Allium cepa varascalonicum) of the Alliaceae family for consumption, plus the strength of onion bulbs, identification and quantification of flavonoid compounds, and anthocyanin levels. The results showed that the moisture ratio value in equilibrium was 9.34% with the fastest drying occurring at a temperature of 60 oC , which was 0.938 g/minute. The three thin layer drying models were analyzed to determine the appropriate thin layer drying model. The Page model was chosen because it has an R value of 2 the highest is 0.9353 and the lowest RMSE and x 2 values are 0.04354 and 0.0025 3. Changes in color and bioactive compounds in the dried onion slices are caused by heat which causes damage to bioactive compounds. Based on the parameters that have been determined, a temperature of 50 o C indicates the optimum temperature for drying shallot slices.
Listyowati Sumanto
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.426-1.433; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.533

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Land reform in a broad sense is called Agrarian Reform, and in a narrow sense it is called Land reform. This study aims to describe Agrarian Reform in the perspective of history, concept and implementation in Indonesia. This type of research uses normative legal research, is descriptive. The data were analyzed qualitatively. Drawing conclusions using deductive logic. The results show that Landreform has experienced a history of policy change. Agrarian Reform is a restructuring of the structure of control, ownership, use and utilization of land that is more equitable through asset management and is accompanied by structuring access for the prosperity of the Indonesian people. The substance of Presidential Regulation Number 86 of 2018 concerning Agrarian Reform places more emphasis on aspects of asset management and land access by conducting land redistribution, land legalization, and community empowerment compared to aspects of handling agrarian disputes and conflicts as a source of land ownership inequality. Therefore, it is necessary to regulate proportionally regarding the handling of disputes and conflicts. After the issuance of Law no. 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation, the land object for Agrarian Reform is undergoing expansion.
Bambang Arwanto
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.237-1.251; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i7.501

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Rural poverty is a very complex synthesis, both in terms of the potentially poor population, the type of poverty and the process that causes poverty itself. Based on these arguments, this study aims to show that the treatment of regional development programs in poverty alleviation efforts cannot actually be carried out uniformly. This study is intended to provide an analytical model to increase the productivity of the poor with a certainty that rural poverty is unique and specific, by approaching isolated tribal groups. The research uses a case study approach, what policies are most effective to increase the productivity of the poor, isolated tribes, data collection for the unit of analysis is carried out using the PRA (Participatory Rural Appraisal) method to explore the problems developed in participatory research, where researchers only act as facilitator while community groups and tribal tribal institutions play an active role in analyzing and assessing the problems they experience. The results of the study confirm that the policies that need to be implemented in an effort to increase the productivity of the isolated tribal community are carried out through several alternative policies, namely; rehabilitation of forest resources, increasing human resources of isolated tribes, as well as controlling the shrinkage of potential cultivated areas
Sulastri Sulastri, Eri Zuliarso
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.407-1.425; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.530

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The global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has recently hit many countries around the world. Indonesia is one of the 10 most affected countries. Search engines such as Google provide data on search activity in a population, and this data may be useful for analyzing epidemics. Leveraging data mining methods on electronic resource data can provide better insights into the COVID-19 outbreak to manage health crises in every country and around the world. This study aims to predict the incidence of COVID-19 by utilizing data from the Covid 19 Task Force and the Google Trends website. Linear regression and long-term memory (LSTM) models were used to estimate the number of positive COVID-19 cases.
Akbar Pahlevi, Rio Dhani Laksana
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.357-1.362; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.497

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The number of individuals who gather in the organization is directly proportional to the number of interests in the organization. The more individuals who prioritize their interests, the more the goals of the organization will be neglected. Increased perceptions of organizational politics can worsen organizational outcomes. However, many studies stated that organizational politics can improve organizational outcomes. This study examines organizational politics and its effect on commitment and job satisfaction and its effect on OCB. This research is a quantitative-research with the number of respondents as many as 40 salespeople in the furniture sector and analyzed using Partial Least Square (PLS). The results of this study indicate that only one hypothesis is rejected.
V Wiratna Sujarweni, Djoko Suhardjanto, Setianingtyas Honggowati, Sri Hartoko
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.297-1.305; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i7.511

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This study aims to examine the effect of Suppliers, Consumers, community, Shareholders, and Employees on Hazardous Toxic Waste Disclosures in Indonesia by compiling its index. This study uses primary and secondary data. The primary data were obtained by distributing the Hazardous Toxic Waste Disclosure questionnaire to academics, environmental service officials, suppliers, consumers, local communities, shareholders, and company employees. Meanwhile, the secondary data were obtained from the annual reports of manufacturing companies, Management of Mineral, Gas, and Coal Mining, as well as hospitals listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) between 2012-2019. A purposive sampling technique was used, and the independent variables include Suppliers, Consumers, Community, Shareholders, and Employees controlled by Company Size, and Profitability, while the dependent variable is Hazardous Toxic Waste Disclosure. The data were processed using the descriptive test and multiple linear regression. The Stakeholder Theory was used to solve the problem of low Hazardous Toxic Waste Disclosure in Indonesia. The results showed 21 items of the Hazardous Toxic Waste Disclosure index. In a previous study, Suppliers, Consumers, Communities, and employees positively affected Hazardous Toxic Waste Disclosures. Meanwhile, shareholders had a negative effect on the dependent variables
Indriati Indriati, Rr Sri Endang Puji Astuti, Tuti Anggarawati, Yuni Astuti
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.350-1.356; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.528

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Hypertension is condition medical moment pressure blood in arteries increase exceed normal limit. Various study has conducted for see effectiveness plant in lower pressure blood high, such as papaya mengkal and green grass jelly. In one study said that there was a decrease in blood pressure in hypertensive clients after giving papaya juice. While green grass jelly is rich in flavonoid and alkaloid active substances. The content of flavonoid active substances can act as anti-hepatotoxic, anti-HIV1, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory and can provide a vasodilating effect on blood vessels that helps protect heart function. Flavonoids can reduce arterial stiffness and can be an alternative treatment to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Dian Andriani Ratna Dewi, Nasser Nasser, Tiarsen Buaton, Topane Gayus Lumbuun
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.270-1.290; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i7.508

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The development of stem cells services has grown rapidly throughout the world since 2004, as well as in Indonesia. This is because stem cells have unique properties that can differentiate into various cells types, making it promising to repair tissue damaged by various diseases, especially degenerative conditions. The purpose of this study was to obtain an overview of the regulation of stem cells services so that it can be carried out to the public after the enactment of the Health Law Number 36 of 2009 and to obtain an overview of the implementation of the law in stem cells regulation that is not yet comprehensive. The research methodology used is juridical normative, with a statutory approach, a conceptual approach. Also by using a comparative approach with other countries. This study analyzes substantially the regulation of stem cells and/or cells services based on Minister of Health Regulation number 32 of 2018 concerning stem cells and/or cells services and the implementation of laws against violations in their implementation. The regulations that are not yet comprehensive have in the competence of doctors who carry out stem cells services both as standardized therapy and service-based research that has not been certified, as well as the implementation of the law to use laws and regulations that are generally used for cases of non-specific illegal acts that result in prosecution. which is multi-layered. So that it is necessary to regulate stem cells according to the hierarchy of legislation and need to revise Minister of Health Regulation number 32 of 2018 so that it can be implemented safely and effectively and accommodate the orientation of technology development in the stem cells sector in Indonesia.
Evelina Debora Damanik, Moch Asmawi, Igk Agung Ulupui
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 1.384-1.396; https://doi.org/10.36418/eduvest.v2i7.531

Abstract:
This study aims to obtain an overview of employee engagement level at PTA and examine the influence of leadership factors, particularly empowering leadership, employee development, and personality traits on employee engagement in the company. The research was designed using a quantitative approach with a correlational type of research, while the research sample was selected using a purposive sampling technique. Data collection was carried out using questionnaires compiled with a Likert scale. Furthermore, the statistical data obtained were analyzed using the Structural Equation Modeling Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS) approach using the SmartPLS application (v.3.2.9). The results showed that the predictive accuracy level of the structural model of this study was categorized as moderate (Adjusted R2 = 0.428, referring to Chin, 1998). It also represents the total variance of employee engagement variables that can be explained by all exogenous variables simultaneously, which is 42.8%, and 57.2% influenced by other variables that were not discussed in this research model. The three exogenous variables were found positively affect employee engagement. The personality traits factor has a more significant influence than other variables (0.362). The following factor is employee development (0.241), and the slightest effect is empowering leadership (0.231).
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