Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review

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EISSN : 2709-1295
Total articles ≅ 16

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Simonna Andrejevaité, Edita Špokaitė
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 2, pp 17-22;

The consistency of children's interactions has an impact on their subsequent social growth. It can be shown that children who avoid contact with their peers also exist; children who barely socialize with their friends, choose to be lonely, are reserved, and lack self-confidence. Meanwhile, children can develop the ability to facilitate and sustain social connections, as well as dispute resolution skills such as taking turns playing, negotiating, and even negotiation, by their partnerships with their peers. When engaging in these types of tasks, children often undergo a pattern of synchronization between their comprehension, execution, and desired outcome. Children may create bonds through this experience, and can offer a sense of comfort away from family members.
Altymurat Altymurat
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 2, pp 12-16;

The use of Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs principle in organisations is discussed in this essay. Physiological requirements, comfort needs, the desire to be loved and respected, and the need for self-esteem are also part of the hypothesis. This is what becomes a model on how to act in an organisation such that the organization's success improves in fulfilling the goal and purpose that has been set out to serve others. The company will function at its best when the requirements for confidentiality, convenience, and certainty are met, allowing the process of meeting user knowledge needs to operate smoothly. That almost all, regardless of their degree of need, desires peace, oversight, and consistent employment opportunities.
Kaseru Anduni, Kustel Diac
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 2, pp 7-11;

The effect of disseminating content on social media on people's psychology is discussed in this essay. The position of social media in disseminating content with the aim of informing and supplying the public with the most up-to-date information on covid-19 problems is critical. Over the pandemic, mental wellbeing conditions have worsened as a result of the widespread dissemination of inaccurate knowledge about Covid matters, causing a slew of psychiatric challenges in community. Learning difficulties, mood swing symptoms, somatic complaints, and unnecessary fear triggered by the spread of associated facts covid-19, which seems to be quite frightening and risky. The widespread dissemination of hoaxes about Covid-19 on social media has caused widespread paranoia and terror, leading to panic shopping, which has culminated in skyrocketing costs for essential necessities due to shortages, to the point that surgical masks and hand sanitizers are no longer accessible. It not only causes erroneous beliefs, but it also causes uncertainty and anxiety, as well as affecting people's mental health.
Birnabas Buzsik, Klainheisler Foila
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 2, pp 1-6;

Kleptomania in children, signs and triggers of kleptomania in children, and Overcoming Kleptomania in Children. Since committing fraud, the kid would, on the whole, feel satisfied. Kleptomania is often linked to depression or obsessive-compulsive behavior. Kleptomaniacs steal on the spur of the moment, with little prior planning. Kleptomania is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain that occurs during a head injury. Several approaches to overcoming kleptomania in children can be used, including parental approaches, Islamic approaches, talking to a psychiatrist, giving the child love and encouragement, including the child in athletic activity, psychotherapy and Rational Emotive Counseling, and opioid rehab against the child to discourage the offender from being more serious.
Pavel Koller, Petr Darida
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 1, pp 1-6;

The aims of the paper is to identify the problems and solutions about emotional behavior with verbal violences. Emotional behavior have a lot of influence on other psychic functions, such as observation, response, thinking, and will. Individuals will be able to make good observations if accompanied by good emotions. Violence is generally classified into four types. According to Lowson, violence is classified into four forms, namely physical abuse (physical abuse) is violence perpetrated by someone until someone grows up, emotional abuse occurs when someone is in need of attention but is ignored, verbal abuse occurs when someone giving humiliation, harassment, labeling the pattern of communication, sexual violence (sexual abuse) occurs when someone forces sexual relations. All of the problems in those cases have a discussion and solutions which is (1) avoiding hoax news; (2) instilling habits of good behavior from an early age (parents must be careful when speaking in front of their children); (3) making persuasion advertising a form of strengthening social relations; (4) accustom positive criticism; (5) respect the privacy of others; (6) always use communication tools proportionally; (7) maintaining communication ethics; and (8) avoiding racist and racist content.
Alfiyatussaidah Alfiyatussaidah, Sudirman Nasir, Wahiduddin Wahiduddin, Suriah Suriah, Amran Razak, Agus Bintara
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 1, pp 13-21;

An unwanted pregnancy is a high-risk pregnancy that has psychological stress and impacts on nursing behavior during pregnancy. This requires coping efforts in order to handle stress. This study aims to analyze the coping behavior of mothers aged 35 years and over who experience unwanted pregnancies. This research is a qualitative research with a phenomenological approach. Data were obtained by means of in-depth interviews, focus group discussions and participatory observation on 21 informants consisting of pregnant women, families, health workers, and Posbunda cadres. Content analysis is used to identify topics or categories in data. The results showed that to overcome the problem two coping behaviors were carried out, namely coping focusing on emotions and coping focusing on problems. Coping behavior focuses on emotions, including praying, sleeping, sitting quietly outside the house, drinking coffee excessively, and getting fresh air. The coping behavior that focuses on the problem is telling the problem to find a solution and the consumption of herbs, soda, and drugs to abort the pregnancy. To support coping efforts, pregnant women get support from family, neighbors, friends, health workers, and Posbunda cadres. It is suggested to the Kassi-Kassi Health Center Makassar City to hold an intensive counseling program and health education regarding the correct use of contraceptive tools and methods to prevent unwanted pregnancies.
Nurgazali Nurgazali, Atjo Wahyu, Fridawaty Rivai, Masyita Muis, M. Furqaan Naiem, Ridwan Mochtar Thaha
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 1, pp 46-51;

Human resources as production support must be considered. Problems related to HR that often occur can hinder the performance of an organization. This study aims to see the effect of spirituality at work and spiritual leadership on performance through job satisfaction. Quantitative research method with cross sectional design with 62 respondents. The data was conducted by means of interviews. Bivariate analysis using the person Chi Square test, and Multivariate analysis using multiple logistic regression. The results of this study indicate that spirituality in the workplace has an effect on job satisfaction (p = 0,000), spirituality at work has an effect on performance (p = 0.022), spirituality has an effect on performance (p = 0.003), and spiritual leadership has no effect on job satisfaction. (p = 0.264), job satisfaction has no effect on performance (p = 0.606), job satisfaction does not mediate between spirituality and performance (t count = 0.431), and job satisfaction does not mediate between spiritual leadership and performance (t count = 0.009). Spirituality at work has an effect on job satisfaction, spirituality in the workplace has an effect on work performance, spiritual leadership has an effect on performance, spiritual leadership has no effect on job satisfaction, job satisfaction does not affect performance, job satisfaction does not radiate between spirituality at work and performance and satisfaction. work does not mediate between spiritual leadership and performance of workers in the production section of PT. Makassar Tene.
Hasri Khumaerah Abrar, Irwandy Irwandy, Atjo Wahyu
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 1, pp 37-45;

Disease transmission among health workers is associated with overcrowding, absence of isolation facilities, and environmental contamination. Knowledge of disease will influence the attitude and practice of medical staff. Wrong attitudes and practices directly increase the risk of infection. This study aims to analyze the influence of Knowledge, Attitude, Practice (KAP) nurses who handle the COVID-19 pandemic in the Emergency Room of the General Hospital Center (RSUP) Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo. This research is a quantitative research. The design used was analytic observational with a cross-sectional study approach. A sample of 83 nurses was selected using purposive sampling technique with the criteria of nurses on duty in the hospital. Data were analyzed using the Logistic Regression test. The results of multivariate analysis obtained p-value below 0.05 (p
Rani Muhammadi, Sudirman Nasir, Yahya Thamrin, Ridwan M. Thaha, Arifin Seweng, Citrakesumasari Citrakesumasari
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 1, pp 28-36;

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a condition characterized by several levels of social behavior, communication and language that is disturbed by various interests and narrow activities that are unique to the individual and carried out repeatedly. Parents need coping to understand the condition of children with special needs. This study aims to analyze coping behavior in parents who have children with special needs (autism). This research is a qualitative research with a case study approach. The data were obtained by means of in-depth interviews and observations on 14 informants consisting of families, parents and health workers as well as teachers and principals Public Special School 1 Kendari. Content analysis is used to identify topics or categories in data. The results showed that coping behaviors were used to overcome feelings, namely worship, crying, patience, keeping busy and entertaining themselves. Coping behavior to overcome the condition of children with special needs (autism) in the form of following therapy, dietary food, teaching children at home, alternative medicine and taking medication. To support coping efforts, parents get support from family, friends, school principals, teachers and therapists. It is recommended that Special School 1 Kendari be able to increase the understanding and knowledge of parents about autism by holding training for parents who have children with autism, how to handle children with autism so that parents gain understanding and help parents' difficulties in working with children with autism.
Maria Sclanavo, Gyula Sebes
Interdisciplinary Journal Papier Human Review, Volume 1, pp 22-27;

This article discusses the behavior of children with Down syndrome who have difficulty concentrating and obsessive-compulsivity, characteristics of Down syndrome children, factors that cause Down syndrome children, problems with Down syndrome sufferers and cognitive and behavioral problems. The development of a child with Down Syndrome is certainly different from the development of a healthy child. Excessive expression of chromosomes leads to a decrease in the number of nerves in the central nervous system, delayed myelination, disruption of cell cycle regulation, and causes excessive protein production and abnormal neurotransmission. Problems for people with Down syndrome are hearing problems and impaired vision, congenital heart disease, and growth problems when they were babies. The tendency for psychological and mental disorders in children with Down syndrome can cause compulsive obsession. Obsession is a thought or image that cannot be prevented and continues to exist in a person's consciousness even if he views it as something unpleasant and wants to avoid. A compulsion is a stereotypical act that prompts a person to repeat the action.
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