Risenologi

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ISSN / EISSN : 2502-5643 / 2720-9571
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Muhammad Fadillah, Miladya Syamsu, Siska Aprilia Kaulika
Risenologi, Volume 7, pp 49-53; https://doi.org/10.47028/j.risenologi.2022.71.314

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Yogurt is one type of fermented dairy that has a fresh sour taste. This drink contains probiotic bacteria that can improve digestive health. The nutritional content of yoghurt can be enriched by adding other herbal food ingredients, for example, cica leaf extract and rosella flower. This study tested the effect of the addition of pegagan leaf extract and rosella flowers on the acidity of yogurt. Experimental research methods using Complete Random Design (CRD) with two combinations of the same treatment, the ratio of gotu kola leaf extract and rosella flower 1:1 and 2:1. There are 2 tests, which are the pH test with a pH meter and the titrated total acid test (TAT). The results of the two tests found that there was no significant change in pH or total titrated acid.
Egy Abdi, Indri Astuti
Risenologi, Volume 7, pp 24-31; https://doi.org/10.47028/j.risenologi.2022.71.289

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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) competence in teachers refers to the skills of teaching staff in utilizing and implementing technology outputs to present effective educational content in learning. The effectiveness of instructional practices in the classroom environment by teachers can be analyzed by capturing the perspectives of those who are included in the ongoing learning process, including students. This study used a quantitative descriptive method which aimed to describe the perspective of the representative 100 students of MAN 01 Pontianak who was the parties to the assessment of the mastery of ICT integration of MAN 01 Pontianak teachers in learning. It can be concluded that teachers at MAN 01 Pontianak have moderate ICT mastery competence as the dominating category fulfilled based on the scores obtained, which means that awareness will create communicative nuances by integrating technology output in the process of distributing information in the classroom realm classified as not optimal. This is reinforced by the findings related to most of the students' perspectives, which assessed that teachers at MAN 01 Pontianak have medium-scale ICT mastery competence, 72% of 100 students stated that, there were 18% of students from all respondents stated that the teacher's ICT mastery competence was low and only 10% of them actually think that the competence of teachers' ICT mastery in the research location is high.
Erfan Kurniawan, Siti Zulaikha, Desi Rahmawati
Risenologi, Volume 7, pp 32-43; https://doi.org/10.47028/j.risenologi.2022.71.304

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This study aims to design E-Smart Inclusive as a basis for developing a website-based inclusive education management information system so that inclusive schools can be created that are friendly to all students. The E-Smart Inclusive design was developed from the Kemendikbud RI Dapodik, foundation websites, inclusive education guidebooks, and previous research. This research refers to the Borg & Gall development model in stages one to three. Starting from the data collection stage through interviews and library studies, the planning stages of E-Smart Inclusive, and the initial product development stages of E-Smart Inclusive. The results of the research that has been carried out can be drawn a conclusion that researchers have designed E-Smart Inclusive as a basis for developing a website-based inclusive education management information system through the stages of development from Borg & Gall. At the data collection stage, the researcher conducted a literature study and interviews. The literature study was carried out through previous research, guidebooks for the implementation of inclusive education, the Kemendikbud RI dapodik website, foundation websites. Interviews were conducted with Special Education Teachers at SMPN 259 Jakarta and the Segar Amanah inclusive school. At the planning stage of E-Smart Inclusive, researchers made a list of E-Smart Inclusive features, namely the homepage feature, about us, inclusive education data, inclusive education information, our contacts. In the initial product development stage of E-Smart Inclusive, researchers developed it according to the list of features at the planning stage with materials in the form of laptops, servers, domains, and frameworks.
Mohammad Nurul Huda, Siti Mas Ruroh, Etry Novica Kurniasari
Risenologi, Volume 7, pp 54-63; https://doi.org/10.47028/j.risenologi.2022.71.283

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The pandemic COVID-19 become an essential issue that has driven the high use of social media as a digital tool to disseminate information. There are two benefits of social media as digital communication. Accelerating the spread of true information effectively and efficiently and spreading misinformation about the pandemic COVID-19 is increasingly unstoppable. The great challenge faced by the government is to rebuild trust in government and trust in information quality by providing quality information. Provision of quality information is a government effort to promote healthy living as a strategy to support public health policies. This research investigated how the provision of quality information directly affects trust in information quality, trust in government, and information adoption. This research also examined the direct effects of trust in information quality, trust in government on information adoption. This research used a quantitative approach with an online survey to collect the data. The sample of this study was 160 samples. We used WrapPLS software version 7.0 to analyze the data and measure the hypothesis paths in this research model. The results of this study were the provision of quality information has positive effects on trust in government, trust in information quality, and information adoption; Trust in government has a positive effect on information adoption; and rejected the effect of trust in information quality on information adoption.
Hanifullah Syukri, Henry Yustanto, F.X. Sawardi, Miftah Nugroho, Chattri. S Widyastuti, Hesti Widyastuti, Bakdal Ginanjar
Risenologi, Volume 7, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.47028/j.risenologi.2022.71.263

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This study aims to describe the types of language impoliteness strategies in the discourse of religious texts, especially Islam. A pragmatic approach is used in this study. The data of this research are in the form of words, phrases, clauses, or sentences that contain impoliteness. The research data sources come from three discourses of Islamic religious texts taken from Youtube in 2020. The data collection method used is the download method. The research data were analyzed using contextual analysis methods. The results showed that there were four types of language impoliteness strategies found in three religious text discourses, namely (i) direct impoliteness strategies, (ii) positive impoliteness strategies, (iii) negative impoliteness strategies, and (iv) pseudo politeness strategies or sarcasm. The type of impoliteness strategy that is most commonly found in the discourse of religious speech texts is a negative impoliteness strategy with the most widely applied sub strategi is degrading sub strategi. The pseudo-politeness strategy or sarcasm is the least used strategy. The imbalance of power or social power between speech participants is the dominant factor in influencing the emergence of language impoliteness in the discourse of religious texts.
Ulya Khalisah, Nadya Kartika Putri Nainggolan, Siti Humairo
Risenologi, Volume 7, pp 44-48; https://doi.org/10.47028/j.risenologi.2022.71.313

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Staying in the house for a long time can cause facial skin to become dry and oily. The use of a face mask with yogurt and rice water which is rich in nutrients can help with dry or oily facial skin problems. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of natural masks based on yogurt and rice washing water on facial skin health. In this study, a quasi-experimental method was used. In this study, the dependent variable was facial skin and the independent variable was yogurt and rice washing water. The formulation of yogurt and washing water is 2:1. This mask was applied to 19 respondents who were observed before and after using a yogurt face mask and washing water. The skin moisture meter is used, namely the Ckeyin Fluorescence Detector, the average initial humidity is 41.56 and the end is 56.6, which means that facial skin moisture increases and the initial oil level is 31.21 and the end is 21.08, which means the facial oil level decreases. With the help of SPSS set the value of sig. below 0.05 and obtained sig. 0.00. The difference in the average initial and final results indicates that there is an effect of a natural face mask made from yogurt and rice washing water on the moisture and oil content of the face. Based on the organoleptic test through the regression test, the mean and standard error results for the aroma category are 3 ± 0,597; color category 3 ± 0.229; and texture category 3 ± 0.452. The data shows that respondents like the mask formula because it is obtained on a scale of 3 out of 4 and it can be concluded that natural face masks made from yogurt and rice washing water can improve facial skin health.
Ridhwan Haliq, Alfian Djafar, Gad Gunawan
Risenologi, Volume 7, pp 64-73; https://doi.org/10.47028/j.risenologi.2022.71.206

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Mesin injection molding yang dirancang pada penelitian ini dilengkapi dengan bentuk yang minimalis sehingga dapat mendukung industri kecil dalam pengolahan limbah plastik menjadi produk bernilai guna. Material yang digunakan dalam pemrosesan plastik pada umumnya ialah jenis polimer yang sulit teruraikan sehingga digunakan jenis biopolimer Poly Lactic-Acid (PLA) pada penelitian ini dimana dapat mudah terurai oleh lingkungan. Limbah bubuk kopi yang dapat mencemarkan lingkungan kemudian dilakukan inovasi dengan dicampur PLA yang diaplikasikan menjadi particulate composite. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk dapat merancang mesin injection molding dan pengaruh temperatur injeksi mesin terhadap hasil produk particulate composite dari PLA dan limbah bubuk kopi. Penelitian ini dimulai dengan penentuan dimensi elemen injeksi yaitu pada plunger dengan diameter 3,5 cm dan panjang 12 cm. Barrel dengan diameter dalam 3,5 cm dan tebal 3 mm dan nozzle dengan diameter keluaran 5 mm. Dilakukan simulasi dengan memperoleh tegangan yang terjadi pada pelat dudukan elemen injeksi sebesar 210 N/mm2 dan faktor keamanan yang diperoleh sebesar 12. Gaya minimal yang dibutuhkan untuk menginjeksikan material yang dilelehkan ialah sebesar 10 N. Dalam penelitian ini didapatkan hasil yang terbaik pada kondisi temperatur injeksi 170 ºC dengan hasil cacat produk yang paling rendah
Yati Suwartini, Endry Boeriwati, Zainal Rafli
Risenologi, Volume 7, pp 16-23; https://doi.org/10.47028/j.risenologi.2022.71.266

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Language is a medium that children can use to acquire cultural values, morality, religion and other community values. After children acquire the language consciously or not, children will understand the meaning of the language said and done. This study aims to determine the understanding of the language of 1st grade elementary school students and what factors affect their understanding of the meaning of language in terms of psycholinguistic studies. The method in this research is descriptive qualitative research. Researchers made observations on the object of research, namely the students and teachers of SD Class 1 during the interaction in the online class. To get more in-depth information regarding the understanding of different students, the researcher distributed questionnaires to the teachers. The results showed that the students interpreted the decoding of the message conveyed by the teacher, the students did it with the meaning of the words that they had understood based on their experience, knowledge, needs, and abilities. Understanding the meaning of language in different children is caused by environmental factors, facilities or facilities, and teacher factors. This study has limitations in data collection which is only limited to speech that occurs in online classes.
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