International Journal of Science, Technology & Management

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EISSN : 2722-4015
Published by: Inara (10.46729)
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Faulia Anggeraini, Inda Arfa Syera
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1428-1432; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.295

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The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of financing and operating income on the return for the results of mudharabah deposits in Islamic commercial banks. The stages of the research method used are the research approach, population and sample, operational definitions, types and sources of data, data collection techniques, data analysis, location and time of research as well as tools and materials. Based on the conclusions found in this study, there is a significant influence of financing variables and operating income variables on the return for the results of Islamic Commercial Bank mudharabah deposits, this is evidenced by the results of research conducted by researchers where the significance value (sig) of 0.001 is smaller than the probability of 0.05 , so it can be concluded that H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted, which means that there is an influence of financing and operating income on the return on profit sharing from mudharabah deposits of Islamic Commercial Banks.
Tommy Kuncara, Didin Mukodim, Waseso Segoro
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1423-1427; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.183

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Poverty is a social problem that occurs due to various factors including economic, social and cultural. This problem continues to occur in almost every developing country and the same case is also found in countries that are already advanced in their economic systems. Currently in Indonesia, especially the problem of poverty is still concentrated in the eastern part of Indonesia, this is caused by uneven human development in terms of education, employment, infrastructure, and the economy. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of labor on the poverty level, the effect of capital on the poverty level, the effect of inflation on the poverty level, and the effect of gross regional domestic product on the poverty level. The object of research is the Province North Maluku. The data used in this research is secondary data. The data analysis method uses a panel data regression model with an estimated random effect model and a fixed effect model. Then the analysis technique used is the determination of the panel data estimation model, the classical assumption test, and the significance test. The results of this study indicate that the variable life expectancy which represents overall health has no effect on the level of poor people in North Maluku Province. The variable of Old School Expectation which represents education in general affects the level of poor people in does not affect the poverty level in North Maluku Province. The variable average length of schooling represents education in general that affects the level of the poor in North Maluku Province. Capital is divided into Capital Expenditure variables and KUR represents Capital. Capital Expenditure as a whole has an effect on the poverty level has no effect on the poverty level in North Maluku Province. KUR as a whole does not affect the poverty level does not affect the poverty level in North Maluku Province. The technology variable that represents technology as a whole affects the poverty rate does not affect the poverty rate in North Maluku Province. Inflation variable is inflation as a whole does not affect the poverty level also in North Maluku Province. The Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) variable represents the overall GRDP that affects the poverty level does not affect the poverty level in North Maluku Province.
Abdul Gani, Zulia Rifda Daulay
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1058-1065; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.260

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of capital, raw materials, labor and production on business income for the Batu Bara songket cloth during the Covid-19 pandemic. The data analysis model used is multiple linear regression analysis. The population and sample of 65 craftsmen of Batu Bara songket cloth were used as research samples. Data collection techniques using a questionnaire (questionnaire) with a Likert scale. For data processing using the SPSS Version 22 application. The results showed that all variables of capital, raw materials, labor and production had a positive and significant impact on the business income of Batu Bara songket cloth. The variable that has the greatest influence in increasing business income for the Batu Bara songket cloth is labor.
Deni Ardiansyah, Lies Handrijaningsih
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1415-1422; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.254

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This research aims to analyze the impact of electronic service quality which consists of efficiency, fulfillment, reliability, privacy, responsiveness, contact, and compensation towards the customer satisfaction on the user of internet banking in PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia, Persero. Customer satisfaction is an urgent matter in banking and is one of the company duty to create that satisfaction out of every single service provided. The sample used in this research are respondents which are customers who use internet banking service from BRI. The data used in this research is primary data collected by conducting online questionnaires to 150 respondents. Analyzing technique used is validity, reliability, classical assumption, multiple linear regression, t, F, and the coefficient of determination test. The result shows that simultaneously, electronic service quality which consists of efficiency, fulfillment, reliability, privacy, responsiveness, contact, and compensation do have an impact towards customer satisfaction on the user of internet banking service of BRI. The finding on partial test shows that efficiency, fulfillment, contact and compensation has an impact towards customer satisfaction whereas reliability, privacy, and responsiveness do not.
Nurhasanah Rumanda Nana, Khairunnisa, Urip Harahap
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1378-1382; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.278

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Diabetes Mellitus is a disease that can cause complications of other diseases so that the treatment to be given becomes more and this has the potential for interactions between drugs that can affect the physiological condition of the patient. The aim of this study is to analyze the potential of oral antidiabetic interactions on prescription at Kumpulan Pane Hospital. Analysis of potential oral antidiabetic interactions on a prescription using quantitative research methods is retrospective descriptive. Prescriptions used are inpatient and outpatient prescriptions for the period January-December 2020 that get oral antidiabetics. Analyze data using Medscape and Drugs.com sites. Based on analysis of 9.818 prescription sheets of diabetes mellitus patients, there were found 6.454 (65.73%) prescription of potential oral antidiabetic interactions. Potential interaction of an oral antidiabetic group of 10.759 (91.45%) drug, the pattern of interaction mechanisms most often is pharmacodynamic 73.25%. The most common type of oral antidiabetic drugs that have potential interactions is the biguanide group (metformin) 36.76%. The severity of the most frequent interactions was 92.21%. The conclusion of the potential interactions oral antidiabetic are still found in prescriptions that is 65.73% at Kumpulan Pane Hospital. Keyword: Potential Drug Interactions, Oral Antidiabetics, Prescription
Yadi Ernawadi Yadi, Hariyadi Triwahyu Putra
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1082-1094; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.243

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This study aims to examine the effect of authenticity and walkability on revisit intention mediated by tourist satisfaction. These four variables are measured using a number of statements on a Likert scale which are confirmed to have completed the validity and reliability tests. Data were collected using a questionnaire which was distributed to 271 respondents based on convenience sampling. Furthermore, the data were obtained and analyzed using structural equation modeling (SEM) and the Sobel test as a basis for hypothesis testing. The results of the hypothesis test explain the rejection of the null hypothesis, which means that there is support for empirical data on the proposed research hypothesis. This illustrates that authenticity and walkability directly affect tourist satisfaction positively and significantly. Meanwhile, revisit intention is influenced positively and significantly both directly by authenticity and walkability and indirectly through tourist satisfaction. Thus, all attributes of authenticity and walkability have a very important role in fulfilling tourists' expectations when appreciating historical buildings in a heritage tourism area. The authenticity attributes of historical buildings that need the attention of relevant stakeholders are historical value, authenticity, originality, and maintenance. Some of the critical elements of walkability that also need to be maintained such as security, comfort, accessibility, connections with other destinations, and pedestrian friendliness for pedestrians.
Mohamad Nur Singgih
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1102-1112; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.248

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The development of a tourist village is an option for BUMDes in Malang district as a driver of the local economy. The research objective is to analyze to compile the BUMDes model in developing competitiveness that has competitive advantages in the global market. Methods of data collection using interviews, questionnaires and observations with a research sample of 200 respondents taken by purposive sampling from tourists visiting 10 tourist villages in Malang district. The approach used in this research is mixed methods, including qualitative and quantitative methods to assess the competitiveness and factors that affect the performance of BUMDes. The analysis technique uses Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) to model tourism competitiveness in Malang district. The results showed that the competitiveness of tourism villages as indicated by the attractiveness (attractions), infrastructure, tourist facilities, accessibility and institutions significantly affected the competitiveness and increased performance of BUMDes in Malang district
Dian Rizki Purba, Xiao-Guang Dong, Jing Wang, Hai-Jun Zhang, Guang-Hai Qi, Shu-Geng Wu
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1164-1174; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.241

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The effect of supplementation ARA oil on production performance, egg quality, fatty acid composition in laying hens were examined on this study. The aims on this study to producing ARA enriched eggs to meet infant nutrition requirements. A total of 450 Roman White laying hens with a similar egg production rate and good body condition at 55 weeks of age were randomly divided into 5 treatments. Each treatment was replicated 6 times with 15 hens per replicate. Hens were fed basal diets with 0, 2,5%, 1,25%, 0,625%, and 0,3125% ARA oil addition. The supplementation ARA oil was effect to decreased egg production, egg weight, egg mass, daily feed intake and FCR (P<0.05) during 9-12 week, but on egg quality parameters showed slightly changed during the 1-12 week but not consistency and that change was not statistically significant. Arachidonate acid (ARA) was increased by supplementation ARA oil (P<0.05). This effect was detected in directly proportional to the addition of ARA oil on diet. This is opposite effect to DHA, DHA was decreased by supplementation ARA oil (P<0.05) and also effect to ratio ARA/DHA was increased (P<0.05) by supplementation ARA oil.
Wahyudi Rambe, Badaruddin, Lita Sri Andayani
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1353-1356; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.273

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The presence of Law No. 6 of 2014 on Villages, has brought new hope for the birth of efforts to increase the capacity of the community of BuluhDuri Village, including for. Efforts to increase the capacity of the youth of Buluh Duri Village are carried out by the Village Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) Buluh Duri Mandiri (BUDUMA) through the development of Rafting TourismUnit. This research was conducted to find out the influence of empowerment consisting of enabling, empowering, andprotecting the capacity of the youth of Buluh Duri Village in the development of BUMDes BUDUMA Rafting Tourism Unit. This research was conducted with quantitative approach through a survey on a sample of 38 respondents. Data analysis is performed using multiple linear regression tests. The results of the partial analysis using the T test showed that the three independent variables tested, namely enabling, empowering, and protecting had a positive and significant influence on the variable capacity of the youth of Buluh Duri Village. The results of the analysis conducted simultaneously using the F test showed independent variables consisting of enabling, empowering, and protecting simultaneously significantly affect dependent variables, namely capacity in the youth of Buluh Duri Village.
Hastuti
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 1249-1257; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.267

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The goal of this study is to explain Village Fund Allocation for community empowerment by concentrating on village financial management rules in Village Fund Allocation administration. The Village Fund Allocation Implementation Team's financial management was not in accordance with applicable regulations, thus this research was conducted. This study is expected to assist the Buton Regency Government, specifically the South Lasalimu District, in improving village financial management. The research was conducted through in-depth interviews and direct observation of Village Fund Management implementation. According to the study's results, accountable and transparent management has been in place for the planning and implementation of Village Fund Allocation activities. Meanwhile, in terms of accountability, as indicated by the physical outcomes, it has exhibited responsible and transparent execution; nevertheless, additional direction is still necessary on the administrative side, since it is not completely in conformity with the regulations. The main barrier is the ineffectiveness of developing village government officials and human resource capabilities, which results in a lack of ongoing assistance from local government officials.
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