Technium Social Sciences Journal

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EISSN : 2668-7798
Published by: Technium Science (10.47577)
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Mariana Floricica Calin, Mihaela Luminita Sandu
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 411-427;

We often meet in couple relationships imaginary or real people who are found between the two partners and who leave a significant influence on the evolution and quality of the couple's relationship. This aspect has been addressed by specialists in socio-psychology, who have looked at how couples who establish an ideal in their current or future partners are affected, so that now these studies have become theoretical information that brings a clarification on the ideals and idealization in couple relationships. Thus, several theories have been crystallized that explain these phenomenon.
Jiachen Nan
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 302-316;

Since the development of electronic money, the complex financial situation has raised the importance of financial education. This study focuses on universities' undergraduate financial field education coverage, which helps estimate citizens' overall financial knowledge situation for most undergraduate universities, focusing on learning the general field knowledge that is similar to primary financial thought. The study shows a low concentration of financial education majors among universities; even though the available number of majors in all universities is low, the coverage rate of financial education majors towards universities is higher than initially thought. The results point out specific majors that are worth investing in accumulating financial education in China.
Elyzabet Indrawati Marpaung, Yvonne Augustine
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 317-323;

The objective of this research is to find out the moderating effect of corporate governance on the relationship of corporate social responsibility and product market competition to company value. The control variable in this study is company size. The sample of this study was 216 observations consisting of 54 manufacturing companies listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2016 until 2019. Moreover, the simple random sampling method is employed to grab them. To analyze the data, we use the multiple regression model with polling data. The findings of this research are product market competition negatively affects company value. In opposition, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance positively affect company value. Meanwhile, corporate governance only moderates the effect of product market competition on the company value. The implication of this study is that good corporate governance practices can reduce the negative effects of PMC on company value.
Salah Al-Ali
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 173-183;

The role of technology transfer in technical and vocational education is significant since lecturers, trainers, and students can obtain the updated knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are currently being practice by local and international business and industries. Technology transfer can indeed close the gap between what is being learned and practice in technical and vocational institutions and the world of work. However, the success technology transfer in technical and vocational education perspective would depend entirely on the quality of management. It is their responsibility, when signing an agreement with internal or external providers of technology, to include calluses that enable academic staff in related specialty to interact positively and freely with the supplier on technology. In other terms, ensuring no clear or hidden restriction imposed by the supplier of technology to acquire the know-how and know-why that are embedded in the agreement. In this paper, I present some of the empirical results and observations which describe the interactions between the supplier of technology (Electrical Engineering System) and the recipient of the technology (PAAE&T) in the field of technology transfer. In other word, whether the PAAE&T have taken the opportunity, while building its new headquarter, in the transfer of technology from the supplier of electrical engineering system to its academic staff in its various Electrical Engineering Academic Departments at the PAAE&T colleges and institutions. The paper argues that, for effective and efficient transfer of technology, the recipient (PAAE&T) must ensure that the agreement with the supplier of Electrical Engineering System must include calluses that would allow the PAAE&T academic staff in its various Electrical Engineering Academic Departments in its various colleges and institutions to acquire the technology embedded in the agreement. The paper concludes that the transfer of technology and the building of a local scientific and technical infrastructure must be viewed by Kuwaiti decision-makers as a complementary to one another. Thus, reducing, to great extent, the level of dependence on expatriate, particularly in essential sector of the economy.
R. Heru Kristanto Hc Heru Kristanto, Purbudi Wahyuni
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 460-467;

The use of information technology is an integral part of the learning process in the University. The research aimed to find out empirical evidence of the impact of electronic information resources on improving the academic performance of students in the Management Study Program. The research model used mediation regression with SEM and the PLS statistical software. Purposive sampling with 210 respondent. Electronic information resources were measured by the availability of software application infrastructure, online journals, online databases, institutional repositories, e-books, e-journals, and websites. Electronic information resources were measured by using skills electronic information resources in the learning process, making final assignments, publications. Academic performance was measured from the teaching and learning process, publications of students, improvement of achievement index, contribution to society. The results showed that the availability of software application infrastructure, online journals, online databases, institutional repositories, e-books, e-journals, and websites had an effect on academic performance. Habits or use fullness of using electronic information resources mediated the effect of electronic information resources on academic performance.
M. Coesamin, Sugeng Sutiarso, Nadila Intan Saputri
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 65-73;

This study aims to determine the relationship between students' emotional intelligence and students' mathematical representation abilities. The population in the study were all eighth grade students of SMP Negeri 1 Sukoharjo, Sukoharjo sub-district, Pringsewu Regency for the 2020/2021 academic year which were distributed in nine classes. The research sample was selected by purposive sampling technique and 32 students were selected for class VIII-A. The design used is a correlational research design. The research data is in the form of quantitative data in the form of students' emotional intelligence scores obtained through filling out questionnaires on students' emotional intelligence and students' mathematical representation ability scores obtained through circle material test activities. The data analysis technique in this study uses the Pearson product moment correlation test. The conclusion of this study is that there is a significant relationship between students' emotional intelligence and students' mathematical representation abilities, with a Pearson product moment correlation index number of 0.698, meaning that the higher the emotional intelligence of students, the higher the students' mathematical representation ability.
Wiwid Suryono, Ariyono Setiawan, Yuyun Suprapto, Kustori Kustori
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 165-172;

This study aims to examine the effect of the VAK Learning Style (Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic) on learning Basic Physics Techniques using a digital simulation model using the Single-Test Reliability application on the learning outcomes of cadets at the Aviation Polytechnic of Surabaya. The research method is descriptive quantitative with a quasi-experimental design, namely research that is intended to determine whether there is a consequence of something imposed on the subject under investigation. The participants in this study cadets of the Airport Electrical Engineering Study Program at the Aviation Polytechnic of Surabaya. The data generated is the tendency of cadets' learning styles in doing exercises and final tests using the Single-Test Reliability application on learning outcomes. The data obtained shows that cadets who have a tendency for visual learning styles get higher exercise and final test scores than cadets with auditory and kinestatic learning styles. The use of the Single-Test Reliability application increased learning outcomes from the initial class average of 64.2 become 81, with the highest average score obtained by cadets with visual learning styles.
Naser Rugova, Elmire Nikci – Rexha, Elmi Berisha, Fallanza Beka Bajrami
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 196-207;

Virtual learning, also known as online learning or distance learning has transformed the face of the education system for quite some time. Now, it is rapidly becoming an integral aspect and a common tool, in the broader aspect of higher education, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to providing an alternative method of learning in the digital age, online learning offers students the opportunity to learn new skills or improve existing ones. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. Following the speed with which COVID-19 spread to all parts of the world and to curb the spread of the disease, most governments around the world, including the Republic of Kosovo, authorized unprecedented social control measures to stop this disease unknown. These measures, among others, required social distancing and temporary physical closure of educational institutions. The first case of COVID 19 in Kosovo was identified on March 13, 2020, social distancing - full closure came into force on March 15, while UBT Higher Education Institution started online learning on March 16, 2020, the first in Kosovo and possibly in the Western Balkans. This teaching-learning process was a novelty for Kosovo and was applied for the first time. Objective: The main objective of the current survey was to study the impact of E-learning on students' academic performance and their evaluations of this form of teaching in general. The purpose of this paper is to reflect as professionally as possible the organization of distance learning, the effects on the teaching and learning process as well as the form and level of communication and teacher-student relations in this process which was a novelty for Kosovo and UBT as one of the largest Private Colleges in the region.
Enny Mulyantari, Nuharani Erningdyah, Setyo Prasiyono Nugroho, Hermawan Prasetyanto
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 571-581;

The basic concept of this research departs from the view that cultural heritage has many benefits for the interests of religion, social, education, science, technology, culture and tourism. Departing from the concept above, the problem of this research is, to what extent the contribution of archeology to tourism in this case is cultural tourism. The purpose of this study is to reveal the extent of archaeological contributions to tourism. This is important to put forward because of the assumption that tourism as a science cannot be separated from culture in this case is material culture or archeology. The method used is an explanatory qualitative approach to public relations (public relations model), which emphasizes efforts to improve the archaeological image in the eyes of the community. The results of this study reveal that archeology has a very large contribution to the development of cultural tourism.
Dilip Kumar
Technium Social Sciences Journal, Volume 24, pp 853-864;

Population of rural areas face distinct health challenges due to economic conditions, cultural/behavioural factors, and health provider shortages that combine to impose striking disparities in health outcomes among them. The process of recruitment takes about four to six months for Recruitment of Medical officers and paramedics. The number of applicants is quite limited because of dearth of doctors and paramedics in the State. It was felt that the health staffs incentives will help to increase the turnover of health staffs to some extent in the rural and remote areas. Monitoring cell has been constituted at the state level. The trainings are being monitored at regular intervals of time. The motivational level of health staff at all levels seems to be low. Continuous communication and feedback by state level programme officers is needed on regular basis. Placement of the suitable trained personnel is needed at those health facilities where sufficient infrastructure is available. Since 2010-11, there has been a continuous focus on the capacity building of the existing manpower in the state. Trainings as per GOI guidelines on Immunization, IMNCI, EmOC, LSAS, SBA and Minilap/MVA etc. have been taken up with full strength. In addition, the State wide training on immunization for Medical Officers, IPC skills for breast feeding and basic training in neonatal resuscitation also has been taken up at various levels. More than four-fifth of the total staffs in the health facilities were agreed on all the educational interventions for retention of health staffs in rural areas. For the regulatory interventions such as enhanced scope of practice, different types of health workers; multi skilling of alternate service providers, compulsory rural service which may be mandatory for obtaining license to practice or can be a prerequisite for entry into specialization and subsidized education in return of assured services were agreed by four-fifth of the total staffs. For the interventions related to professional and personal support such as better living conditions (water, sanitation, electricity, telecommunications, schools, etc.), safe and supportive working environment, outreach activities to facilitate cooperation between health workforce from better served and underserved areas; use of tele-health, designing career development programmes linked with rural service: more senior posts in rural areas and professional networks for rural areas such as rural health professional associations, rural health journals, etc. about 88 percent of the HR categories of Staffs were agreed in the health facilities
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