Anterior Jurnal

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ISSN / EISSN : 14121395 / 23553529
Current Publisher: Universitas Muhammadiyah Palangkaraya (10.33084)
Total articles ≅ 167

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Titi Santi Evriyanta Naibaho, Dwira Nirfalini Aulia, Achmad Delianur Nasution
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 175-181; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.446

Abstract:The light that enters a patient's inpatient wards is very influential in the comfort of the patient throughout his treatment and also influences the smoothness of the paramedics to carry out their activities. Therefore, this study was conducted by collecting data and lighting measurements on existing conditions and simulating the spread of light in the patient's inpatient wards by applying Ecotect software so that it can be seen whether the lighting meets the requirements or not, in accordance with the Indonesian National Standard (SNI) 03-6197-2000 as a standard procedure for average brightness recommended for inpatient wards. Then analyzing the lighting needs that are recommended materials from lighting elements so that they can be utilized in the patient's inpatient wards and meet SNI requirements.
Putu Bagus Adidyana Anugrah Putra, Viktor Handrianus Pranatawijaya, Widiatry Widiatry, Nova Noor Kamala Sari
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 182-189; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.809

Abstract:Science and technology are experiencing very rapid development, one of them in the field of web applications whose growth has been increasing rapidly. Staffing Department of Universitas Palangka Raya has used applications to manage employee data, one of them is the employee attendance list. However, the management is still not efficient because staff from the staffing department cannot directly enter employee attendance status such as leave, permission, and illness directly on attendance data processors because they have to wait for data retrieval from the electronic attendance machine at the end of the month so that the process of making attendance recapitulation runs slowly. Software development in generating a file of the attendance data of Universitas Palangka Raya employees using the Waterfall software development method. The first step is to carry out a needs analysis of the system created, including library research, data collection, consultation, and design. Based on this analysis, the system design was created that uses Data Flow Diagrams, and Entity Relationship Diagrams, as the system design that will be created. The next step is writing the program code. In writing program code, the programming languages used are HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as interface designs supported by PHP and MySQL programming languages for data storage and exchange. In the next step, testing is done to test the functionality of the application that has been made using the black box method. This software will be a tool to generate files on attendance data for Universitas Palangka Raya employees.
Panji Surawijaya, Melhanah Melhanah, Mochammad Anwar, Hastin Ernawati Nur Chusnul Chotimah, Raudah Raudah
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 168-174; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.602

Abstract:The objectives of the study are to determine the effect of both type and dosage of aquatic plants bokashi on the growth and yield of red onion in alluvial soil. The research design used was Factorial Completely Randomized Design (CRD) consisting of two factors, namely type and the dose of aquatic plants bokashi. The first factor consisted of three types of bokashi, i.e., giant Salvinia (Salvinia molesta), water cabbage (Pistia stratiotes) and water hyacinth (Eichornia crassipes), respectively. The second factor were four levels of bokashi dosage which were 0 tons ha-1, 10 tons ha-1 (0.2 kg/polybag), 20 tons ha-1 (0.5 kg/polybag) and 30 tons ha-1 (0.8 kg/polybag). The study was conducted from March to May 2017, located in the greenhouse of the Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Palangka Raya. The results showed that there was no interaction between the type and dose of bokashi on all variables observed. The dosage of bokashi affected plant height, leaf number, fresh weight and dry weight of biomass per clump, dry weight of bulbs and tuber diameter, but did not significantly affect the number of bulbs. The bokashi type did not significantly affect all observed variables. However, the water hyacinth bokashi tended to be better than other treatments
Chief Editor Of Anterior J
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.811

Abstract:Assalamu�alaikum Wr. Wb.Dear reader, now ANTERIOR JURNAL re-published on Volume 18 Issue 2 June 2019. The success of this publication is the result of good cooperation of all parties who maintain the publishing sustainability twice a year. This edition is also our latest edition, publishing articles with a multidisciplinary scope, starting from volume 19 Issue 1 December 2019, all articles in the ANTERIOR JURNAL are only focused on the Social-Humanities scope, covering all fields of education, social and political, Islamic studies and other relevant topics. In this edition, we are still publishing four articles in the field of agrotechnology and engineering, which will be the last time we publish articles in the field of science at the ANTERIOR JURNAL.Alhamdulillah, from this edition ANTERIOR JURNAL achieved a new milestone by publishing two English-language articles. We hope this will be a step forward for the future internationalization of the Journal.The publication of ANTERIOR JURNAL certainly participates in disseminating the results of research and review of science and technology development conducted by lecturers and researchers especially from UM Palangkaraya and other universities.This edition contains 12 articles consisting of Education, Social and Political, Islamic Studies, Engineering, and Agrotechnology topics. Editorial boards are fully aware that there is still room for improvement in this edition, hence with all humility willing to accept constructive suggestions and feedback for improvements to the publication for the next editions.The editorial board would like to thank the University, all editors and reviewers, and contributors of the scientific articles who have provided the repertoire in this issue. We hope that all parties, especially the contributors of the articles, could re-participate for the success of the publication in the next edition in December 2019. Wassalamu�alaikum Wr. Wb.
Ady Ferdian Noor, Muhammad Nur Wangid
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 107-112; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.456

Abstract:Learning requires harmonious interaction between teachers and students. Communication is a type of action that occurs when two or more objects influence or have an effect on each other. Learning through less dynamic interactions can cause an imbalance in the transfer of learning. Tendencies that arise are students will know a lot about something, but become less have a system of values, attitudes, interests and positive appreciation of what is known. Children will experience intellectual development unbalanced by personality maturity, giving birth to a specialist figure who is less concerned with the surrounding environment and prone to value distortions. Students will practice violations such as happy fighting with friends, lack of respect for others, and lack of courtesy. The academic atmosphere in elementary schools for students to be able to learn effectively is a condition where students can collaborate, cooperate, communicate using any direction there is no fear and feel even protected, and they think treated reasonably regardless of ethnicity, religion, race, class, and gender so as to achieve desired goals both national education goals and primary school goals. Energetic interactions between teachers and students in schools must be based on functional relationships first between the teacher and students, meaning students feel the teacher is a parent and a friend who can be invited to interact without fear but still respect. Fearless but respectful interaction is needed because it fits with one of the 21st-century learning skills, collaboration. Good collaboration causes learning to be fun, so learning becomes effective.
Karyanti Karyanti, Muhammad Andi Setiawan
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 121-126; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.475

Abstract:The purpose of this research is to find out how the counseling of expressive writing technique group based on the philosophy of dandang tingang and find the design of the counseling model of the expressive writing group with dandang tingang philosophy to improve the respect behavior of students. The research method used is development research. This method is one of the research methods, which at the end of the study can be found in a new model. Data analysis is done in quantitative and qualitative ways. The results of the model development that have been carried out by the researcher include a model that contains Rational, Objectives, Assumptions, Intervention Targets, Model Components, Model Steps, Materials, Facilities, Evaluations and indicators of success. The arranged model is tested to determine the effectiveness of the model that has been arranged. The results of the trial show that the group counseling technique with expressive writing is based on a practical philosophy to improve respect behavior. Independent sample T-Test, from the results of calculations using the help of the SPSS 19.00 application, obtained the following data: T count (23.703) > T table (2.120) then Ho is rejected, and Ha is accepted. Therefore, it can be concluded that group counseling services with an expressive writing technique are based on an effective way to improve respect behavior.
Iin Nurbudiyani, Sonedi Sonedi, Endang Sri Suyati, Mohammad Rizki Fadhil Pratama
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 132-142; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.533

Abstract:This study discusses the development of small and medium micro enterprises (MSMEs) in Central Kalimantan with rattan woven craft industries being used as samples to represent other MSME sectors. The purpose of this study is to describe the improvement in the performance and strategy of the MSME group covering various aspects such as job training, capital support, equipment/technology assistance, and access to information and communication. The findings of this study indicate that the development of MSMEs carried out by regional governments in Central Kalimantan has gone in the right direction, with several factors still making improvements possible. Support in the form of training should be conducted regularly and scheduled with the topic of continuous training and productive participants. Aid in the form of equipment requires periodic evaluations, such as a reward-punishment system for business groups that have received various support to ensure the support provided is on target. Another strategy is to form the centre of the MSME industry in the Capital of the Province, to facilitate the access of tourists who just want to visit looking for typical Central Kalimantan souvenirs. The easiest way to do this now is to implement a movement of love for standard Central Kalimantan handicraft products to be displayed in various offices, offices, and government agencies as well as different infrastructure and public facilities.
Beni Akhmad, Mita Sari
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 143-151; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.806

Abstract:This research focuses on exposure to the quality of service of the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia Representative of South Kalimantan and various efforts made in following up reports on complaints from the public in Banjarmasin on administrative matters carried out by bureaucrats in public service agencies/organizations that hinder or reduce the fulfillment of excellent service for the people. The research approach used is qualitative. This study uses interview guidelines as a research instrument. Qualitatively, this study found that, based on the Gronroos service quality model, the service of the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia Representative of South Kalimantan in following up public complaints reports in accordance with Law Number 37 of 2008 concerning the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia with reference to Article 24 to Article 38, in following up on complaints from the public, the Ombudsman is impartial and able to be an effective communication facilitator between the organizer and users of public services so that each party can obtain rights and fulfill its obligations. The study found the main factor in the Ombudsman's service constraints in following up the report because of the lack of information and knowledge of the community about formal and material requirements that must be completed when submitting a complaint report. From the results of these studies, researchers recommend increasing information and knowledge about the functions, duties, and authorities of the Ombudsman by conducting socialization activities to the public, students, and public service providers.
Sutya Devi, Teguh Pribadi, Elyta Vivi Yanti, Sriyana Sriyana
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 113-120; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.535

Abstract:Teachers are an essential component of education as well a determinant of the quality of education. The Teacher�s professionalism is characterized by improving the learning quality (LQ) through the utilization and optimization of learning technology. Also, the quality of teaching is also supported by a conducive working environment conditions at the school. This study reported the results of research which investigated the correlation between school climate (SC) and learning technology utilization (LTU) with LQ. Sixteen participants from geographic subject teachers at the State Senior High School (PSHS) in Palangka Raya have responded to the questionnaire and recorded their perceptions of SC, LTU, and LQ. Spearman correlation analysis was used to test their correlation. This study revealed a positive relationship between LTU and LQ. As for the SC did not give influence on the LQ at PSHS in Palangka Raya. So that improving the LQ can be done by enhancing the ability of teachers in LTU and use it in teaching and learning activities in the classroom.
Tri Lasmaria Sihotang, Mita Sari
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 18, pp 152-157; doi:10.33084/anterior.v18i2.807

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to measure the Index of Patient Satisfaction with Outpatient Installation Services in Menteng City Palangka Raya Health Center. With the Mix Method Method, where the quantitative calculation follows the guidelines of Permenpan Number 25 of 2004, where the indicator is used to see the level of community satisfaction with the elements of service (Permenpan Number 16 of 2014), which includes: 1. Compliance requirements, 2. Service procedures, 3. Timeliness of service, 4. Fairness of costs, 5. Results of service, 6. The ability of officers to provide services, 7. Courtesy and friendliness of officers, 8. Implementation of Service Notices/Service Promises, 9. Follow-up complaints that carried out by the service unit at the Menteng City Palangka Raya Health Center. In this study, the perception of the quality of outpatient installation services in the Menteng City Palangka Raya Health Center was perceived by the user community to be ranged between 62.51-81.25. The IKM values obtained are: on nine service elements = 80. Where the service element which is considered most satisfying by the respondent is Implementing Behavior or the attitude of the officer in providing service (NRR 3.47), Service Requirements (NRR 3.36), Service Notification NRR 3.31) and Cost/Tariff (NRR 3.27) whereas those that are considered unsatisfactory but still categorized as Good are elements of Service Time and Service Procedure (NRR 2.85 and 3.10). For this reason, efforts need to be made to improve the acceleration of service time and ease of community procedures in outpatient services.