Anterior Jurnal

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ISSN / EISSN : 1412-1395 / 2355-3529
Current Publisher: Universitas Muhammadiyah Palangkaraya (10.33084)
Total articles ≅ 183

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Anterior Jurnal; doi:10.33084/anterior

Multidisciplinary Journal of Universitas Muhammadiyah Palangkaraya
Rissa Ayustia
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 137-140; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1136

Tujuan dari program kemitraan masyarakat ini adalah untuk memberikan pengetahuan dan wawasan bagi perangkat desa Seren Selimbau agar dapat mengelola dana desa dengan bijak dan menghindari terjadinya permasalahan penyimpangan dalam pengelolaan maupun penggunaan dana desa serta memberikan edukasi dalam pembuatan laporan pertanggungjawaban penggunaan dana desa. Mitra program kemitraan masyarakat ini adalah Kantor Desa Seren Selimbau. Metode pelaksanaan pendampingan dilakukan dengan cara melakukan kunjungan langsung ke Kantor Desa Seren Selimbau yang berdomisili di Desa Seren Selimbau, Kecamatan Lumar � Kabupaten Bengkayang dan dilakukan melalui pelatihan dengan metode ceramah, tanya jawab dan latihan (tutorial). Hasil pengabdian menunjukkan bahwa program pengabdian masyarakat ini berlangsung dengan baik dan lancar. Program ini mampu Dengan adanya pendampingan ini perangkat desa dapat menyusun RPJMDes, RKPDes, Design & RAB serta APBDes, Kegiatan desa dapat berjalan tepat waktu dan sesuai dengan APBDes, Perangkat desa dapat mengelola Dana Desa dan membuat laporan pengalokasian Dana Desa. Adapun kendala-kendala yang muncul saat proses berlangsungnya pengabdian ini dapat diatasi dengan metode pendampingan. Adapun saran yang dapat diajukan dari hasil program pengabdian masyarakat ini adalah diharapkan adanya kerjasama antara pihak STIM Shanti Bhuana dengan beberapa pemerintah Desa untuk membantu para perangkat desa dalam menyelesaikan tugasnya.
Srie Rosmilawati, Lisnawati Lisnawati
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 130-136; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1154

The main problem in this study is the increase in the number of people in Central Kalimantan who are infected with the HIV and AIDS virus from year to year. Given these problems, the researchers were interested to find out how the communication strategy of the Central Kalimantan AIDS Control Commission (KPA) in Socializing HIV and AIDS prevention, with a research locus in Central Kalimantan Province. The theory used in this study is the Theory of Effective Communication Strategies (Arifin), namely the determination of communication strategies based on steps to get to know the audience, compose messages, set methods, and media selection. This study uses a qualitative approach with in-depth interview data collection techniques, observation, and also documentation. The research subjects were KPA officers in Central Kalimantan Province and also the people of Central Kalimantan. The focus of the research lies in the communication strategy undertaken by the KPA of Central Kalimantan Province in socializing HIV and AIDS prevention to the community. The results of the study showed that up to now the KPA of Central Kalimantan Province had been quite good and effective in developing a communication strategy used in the process of socializing HIV and AIDS prevention to the people of Central Kalimantan. Whereas indicators for getting to know the public are still ineffective because the KPA of Central Kalimantan does not make an introduction to the audience itself, and only refers to government programs.
Irwani Irwani, Bahriannor Bahriannor
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 141-147; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1191

Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) are village business institutions that are managed by the community and village government in an effort to increase village finances and arrange village needs and potential. A Qualitative Research was conducted to find out how the management of Hanjak Maju BUMdes in contributing to the original village income in the village of Hanjak Maju, Kahayan Hilir District Pulang Pisau District. BUMDes Hanjak Maju has business unit FFB a palm oil, 3 kg gas and fertilizer business unit.The total revenue of Hanjak Maju PAD with an average production of FFB per month is 100 tons, then in the total production of FFB Hanjak Maju Village reaches 1,200 tons. Efforts to strengthen BUMDes Hanjak Maju should be done by encouraging the synergy of the Village Government,Village Consultative Body and village community to know the strategic position of the business unit developed by BUMDes, so as to foster active participation of all components of the village community
Rahmaddian Rahmaddian, Stefani Made Ayu A.K, Deni Surapto
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 121-129; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1178

Open University of Palangka Raya (UPBJJ-UT of Palangka Raya) has acknowledged the education-attainment gap between rural and urban areas, and officials have determined ways to connect with students in the far corners of Central Kalimantan. UPBJJ-UT of Palangka Raya has set up study groups (PokJar) through which non urban students acquire university education. Due to its wide range of locations and heterogeneous student populations, PokJar is established through management partnership that constitutes a governing body that oversees the district-wide operation and the delivery of the continuing education programs. On this optimistic basis, the service provided by PokJar administrators becomes central to optimizing quality education in a learning environment where the administrators and students are physically separated. However, the complexity of PokJar service and administrator performance may link to negative perceptions among students. Recognizing the nature of challenges facing PokJar management is expected to usher in the planning of improvement crucial to organizational development that is effective, efficient, accountable, responsive and transparent. This study taps into the quality service, the competence and performance of PokJar administrators of UPBJJ-UT of Palangka Raya in terms of student-perceived values using PLS-SEM method. The overall results address favorable responses, strongly suggesting a good measure of how PokJar administrators� service, competence and performance meet student expectation.
Junaidi Junaidi, Aquarini Aquarini, Nauliana Nauliana
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 113-120; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1177

Communication Strategy is planning and management for a purpose with effective communication in it. This research will explain and describe the Communication Strategies in the Java-Dayak Family in the City of Palangka Raya. The study entitled "Communication Strategies in Javanese-Dayak Family in Palangka Raya" is based on three indicators of intercultural communication, namely perception, Verbal process and Nonverbal process. The three indicators above must be owned by every family with different ethnic groups. This research uses a qualitative research approach. This qualitative research approach aims to explain the deepest phenomena. In qualitative research do not prioritize the size of the population or sampling even the population or sampling is very limited. Of the three indicators, indicators of perception and verbal processes are said to have been effective because the results of research on several families can learn, understand and adopt the culture of couples and apply in daily life both between husband and wife, and between parents to children. In the nonverbal process indicator, it seems that in one family under study it is less effective and creates an uncomfortable atmosphere in intercultural communication within the family. With this research, it is expected that later it can become a new science in communication references in families that have different ethnic groups in it.
Sawadi Sawadi
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 97-104; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1172

The professionalism of a teacher is a must in realizing knowledge-based schools, namely an understanding of learning, curriculum, and human development including learning styles (Kariman, 2002). In general, schools that have teachers with professional competence will apply "learning by doing" to replace teaching methods where the teacher only talks and students only listen.
Muhammad Fatchurahman
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 69-88; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1170

Counseling as one of the forms and techniques of assistance provided by schools in the context of implementing overall guidance, this is given to help students in their efforts to solve all problems. The availability of this information makes it easy for students to obtain the information needed for example to implement a decision, want to know about something both in terms of themselves and their environment. The use of self and environmental information in the counseling process occurs in the creation of rapport, in exploring, discovering the real problem, exploring and studying alternative problem solving, decision making, implementation of decisions taken and in evaluation and follow-up. Therefore the information used must meet the requirements: that is, careful and not prejudiced, up to date, comprehensive and available information sources. In addition to the above conditions, the principles of time saving, non-authoritarian and feedback are also taken into account, so that this can cause self and environmental information in the counseling process to be very important material for both the counselor and the client.
Fitriani Fitriani, Mita Sari, Putri Irianti Sintaman
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 89-96; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1171

The village chief as the leader who is directly elected by the villagers and it is believed and also claimed to have good leadership for the development of rural infrastructure as well as to invite the community to participate in the advancement of the village. An organization will succeed or fail is determined by the leadership. This study raises the issue: (1) How is the leadership of the village chief in the construction of infrastructure in the coastal village? (2) What are the factors that affect the leadership of the village chief in the construction of infrastructure in the coastal village? The method used is a qualitative research method with a descriptive approach. The data used is primary data (observations and interviews) and secondary data (literature). The primary data sources are direct observation, interviews and recording the data in the seaside village office. Then, it is analyzed with related theories. The conclusion of this research was the leadership of the village chief in developing of infrastructure field in Pantai village, west Kapuas subdistrict, Kapuas district. It is known by the head chief�s way to.
Sriwati Sriwati
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 19, pp 105-112; doi:10.33084/anterior.v19i1.1173

The School Literacy Movement is a movement in an effort to foster student character that strives for students to have a culture of reading and writing so as to create lifelong learning. This routine activity is carried out to foster students' interest in reading and improve reading skills. The reading material contains the values ??of character, consisting of local, national and global wisdom, which are delivered according to the participants' development. Interest in reading is one of the keys to one's success in knowing and adding insights to his knowledge. Activities to increase reading interest must be held and promoted. In line with the rapid development of science and technology, the more in printing technology the more information stored in books. At all levels of education, reading ability becomes a priority scale that students must master. By reading, students will obtain various information that has never been obtained before.
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