International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science

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ISSN / EISSN : 2720-9644 / 2721-0871
Published by: Indonesia Strategic Sustainability (10.38142)
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Budi Utami, Puji Handayati
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 17-32; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.136

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The concept of e-commerce makes consumers change the way they shop through the internet, which is known as online shopping. This online shopping behavior requires consumers to have trust or trust in the seller. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of trust on perceived risk, attitudes towards online shopping, and online shopping intentions on MS Glow products in Mojokerto. There are 100 respondents with the criteria that they have never made an online purchase. Testing using SEM-PLS. There are six hypotheses of the relationship in this study. Of the six relationships that were hypothesized and tested in this study, four of them showed a significant relationship that was accepted, and the other two showed an insignificant relationship that was rejected. The online shopping intention variable is strongly influenced by attitudes towards online shopping. Attitudes towards online shopping are directly influenced by consumer trust. Attitudes towards online shopping are influenced indirectly by trust. Intention to shop online is not directly affected by perceived risk. Attitudes towards online shopping are directly influenced by consumer trust. Attitudes towards online shopping are influenced indirectly by trust. Intention to shop online is not directly affected by perceived risk. Attitudes towards online shopping are directly influenced by consumer trust. Attitudes towards online shopping are influenced indirectly by trust. Intention to shop online is not directly affected by perceived risk.
Mohammad Athian Manan, Mahatma Kupefaksi, Sri Hasnawati
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 33-41; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.153

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Market timing theory (MTT) refers to the practice where the companies issue shares when the share prices are high prices and repurchase the shares when the share prices are low. This study aims to determine the effect of market timing on the company's capital structure and to determine whether there is a persistent (long-term) effect of market timing on the capital structure during the IPO period up to 3 years after the IPO. This study used a purposive sampling method and obtained 102 companies that conducted Initial Public Offerings on the IDX for the 2010-2017 period. The data analysis technique used is multiple linear regression analysis, while research testing is done using eviews. This study also uses four control variables, namely profitability, firm size, asset tangibility, and growth. The results of this study indicate that market timing has a significant negative effect on capital structure. However, this study also shows that market timing does not affect capital structure in the long term.
Zahara Tussoleha Rony, Yulisyahyanti Yulisyahyanti
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 161-168; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.203

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In the current era of globalization, the development of technology is so rapid, and the competition is so tight, it requires every individual to be able to improve his abilities and skills in order to improve his quality in the face of competition. The research was conducted to find out whether there is an effect of Work-Life Balance and Burnout on job satisfaction of facilities and infrastructure maintenance officers in the XYZ area. Data were obtained from 77 respondents from the entire population using primary data obtained through questionnaires. Data analysis is using descriptive statistics, instrument test, classical assumption test, multiple linear regression and hypothesis testing using the IBM SPSS Statistics 24 Program. facilities and infrastructure in the XYZ area. This shows that the work-life balance felt by the employees who maintain the facilities and infrastructure of the XYZ area will be able to improve job satisfaction well and can increase work productivity; Partially, the burnout variable has a negative but not significant effect on the job satisfaction. This shows that the decreasing burnout experienced by employees who maintain facilities and infrastructure in the XYZ area will be able to increase job satisfaction well, and can increase work productivity.
Johnny Félix Farfán- Pimentel, Raul Delgado- Arenas, Shigueki Martín Shimizu Santillán, Patricia Edith Guillén Aparicio, Diana Eulogia Farfán Pimentel
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 137-143; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.198

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The present research aims to perform a descriptive analysis of remote sensing and its applications in the various fields of human knowledge; although scientific and technological progress has indeed shown to reach an important development in the dynamics of natural and anthropic processes, which allows understanding their effects fully; thus, on that basis, multiple studies are conducted in the fields of spatial sciences, agriculture, geology, edaphology, oceanography, risk and disaster prevention, mining exploration, among others. Thus, this area of knowledge offers great potential for strategic planning, decision-making, and the development of environmental projects considering biodiversity and environmental sustainability. Consequently, remote sensing offers many possibilities for scientists and researchers to broaden their field of action and become familiar with the photo-interpretation of satellite images, which is very necessary for scientific work today. In the methodological part, documentary information, research works, scientific articles and environmental development projects supported the research developed. he research is of non-experimental design, descriptive design; in which a literature review was carried out in terms of remote sensing and its applications in environmental studies. The research results allowed us to obtain information on Remote Sensing in: Agriculture and soil conservation. Remote sensing has enormous potential for its application through concurrent disciplines that serve as a basis for decision making, as in the case of the agricultural sector.
Novita Rifaul Kirom, Sudarmatin Sudarmiatin, Agus Hermawan
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 169-178; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.125

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The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the growth and development of the world economy. Therefore, there needs to be changes or innovations that must make to improve economic conditions, one of which is through the development of online marketing (E-commerce), which has begun to be implemented by MSMEs in Indonesia. This study aims to determine the e-commerce strategy to increase the development of MSME innovation in the new normal era. This research shows that e-commerce readiness is very important in times of uncertainty, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The level of readiness will determine the viability and sustainability of a company or business in a volatile business environment. E-commerce can evaluate readiness based on Technology Readiness, Organizational Readiness, and Environmental Readiness. However, not all perspectives are considered in making decisions about implementing or improving e-commerce during the pandemic.
Abustan Abustan
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 144-148; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.199

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Various programs at the village level will not succeed without understanding from various elements of policy makers and program implementation in the village. This includes government systems, legal and economic instruments, and social/cultural institutions. For this reason, the community service that the author does is to find out various dimensions related to the village and existing legal instruments. The fact is that rural areas are the majority areas with diverse lives. As a supporter of life, the majority of villages produce food, both for household needs and on a larger scale. Although it is the backbone of food producers, it can be said that there has not been much luck and prosperity, due to various factors, including the implementation of policies that have not been in favor of them (farmers). How is the implementation of development in the village after the enactment of Law Number 6 of 2014 concerning Villages as a legal instrument. Are there still gaps and obstacles for farmers? What efforts are made by the state in protecting the citizens (farmers) who live in the village? Community service is carried out to obtain data related to "village autonomy" in the implementation of equitable development. As well as to obtain factual data, the extent to which the village government (stakeholders) are capable of accelerating development acceleration by utilizing the central government development assistance fund (APBN). And, observing the stretching of village development as the front line/lowest level of government in the constitutional system in Indonesia.
Suwito Suwito, Abdul Rahman Jannang
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 08-16; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.128

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This study aims to reveal the application of the principles of Transparency and Accountability in the administration of Village Government which is categorized as Disadvantaged in West Halmahera Regency. Transparency is related to information disclosure which is built on the freedom to obtain information related to the general interest of the village, which can be directly obtained by villagers who need it. While accountability realizes the obligation of the Village to account for and explain the process and achievement of financial and non-financial goals to Village residents. By practicing the concepts of transparency and accountability in village financial management, it is expected to create various positive influences for improving the quality of life and welfare of the Village Community. Researchers used a qualitative approach with descriptive analysis methods to achieve these goals. The results showed that the conditions for implementing transparency and accountability in Ulo Village, Jailolo District, Tewe Village, South Jailolo District and Togoreba Tua in North Ibu District were generally quite good. In addition, this study also found that in general there is evidence that the condition of underdeveloped villages in the three villages often results in a slowdown in the achievement of village performance; This is more because there are complex socio-cultural disputes between villagers and the village government.
Nova Dwi Hernanik, Sudarmiatin Sudarmiatin, Agus Hermawan
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 205-211; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.242

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Economic activity must grow and develop faster than the growth in the number of people looking for work. One closely related element to economic growth is MSMEs, namely micro, small and medium enterprises.Indonesia's wealth assets that can be used as objects of batik tourism are also used as Indonesian cultural identity to the world. It is the reason that attracts researchers to make Batik Blimbing Malang SMEs the research object. Currently, the main task of Batik Blimbing Malang that must be carried out as a batik industry that is sufficiently developed to maintain the viability of its business in the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic era, is one of them by designing appropriate promotional strategies to face market competition. Therefore, this study aims to explore the sales promotion strategy of SMEs by conducting a qualitative research approach. This study was conducted on Batik Blimbing Malang. The results showed that the strategy of Batik Blimbing Malang in maintaining its business continuity, among others, was to do several points, including: Advertising, Personal selling, Sales promotion, Public relations, Word of mouth, Customer relationship.
Rahayu Rahayu, Puji Handayati
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 196-204; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.135

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This study aims to examine the variables of political marketing to get the most votes. This variable is a technique and control of a system so that the campaign team is successful in general elections to win or get the most votes in the political arena. For this reason, the success team must understand strategies in political marketing, which include intimacy, personal connections, trust, intention to vote, personal connections, and word of mouth. The research approach method uses quantitative because this research focuses on hypothesis testing so that the research process can be carried out in a structured manner and uses a large sample. Research result Familiarity has a significant effect on personal connection in political marketing in the 2020 Tuban Regency election. Familiarity has no significant effect on Trust in political marketing in the 2020 Tuban Regency election. Familiarity has a significant effect on the intention to vote in political marketing in the 2020 Tuban Regency election. The personal connection has a significant effect on Trust in political marketing in the 2020 Tuban Regency election. Trust has a significant effect on word of mouth in political marketing in the Tuban Regency election in 2020. Trust significantly affects the intention to vote in political marketing in the 2020 Tuban Regency post-conflict local election. Intention to vote has a significant effect on word of mouth in political marketing in the 2020 Tuban Regency post-conflict local election.
Tuti Rastuti
International Journal of Environmental, Sustainability, and Social Science, Volume 3, pp 179-188; https://doi.org/10.38142/ijesss.v3i1.206

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This study examines the application of the principle of decency in the insurance system. The research is descriptive-analytical, which describes the legal insurance system as an object regarding realizing consumer protection for the welfare of the people. The normative juridical approach using the theory of the welfare state, justice, and development law is used as a reference to examine the legal insurance system. The study results show that the application of the principle of propriety has only reached the level of legal substance, which is still chaos, while the other two elements, namely the legal structure and legal culture, are still far from the nature of the legal objectives. Therefore, the concept of the principle of propriety of Indonesian personality is proposed to actualize the legal values that live in society. Furthermore, insurance activities based on the principles of economic democracy are believed to foster public trust as social capital for the development of the insurance system.
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