Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi

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ISSN / EISSN : 2723-6609 / 2745-5254
Published by: CV. Syntax Corporation Indonesia (10.36418)
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Salsa Ovellia Putri, Maya Rifqi Nasution, Ewi Tania Apsela
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 1043-1050; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i10.511

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Indonesia is a developing country that has a myriad of different customs, social traditions and ancestors. North Sumatra is one area that should be used as a vacation spot, ranging from ordinary tourist attractions that have a beautiful appearance, culinary tours to tourist visits that have various destinations scattered throughout the North Sumatra region. One of them is the number of tourists visiting the Simalungun area because the Simalungun Batak community has a myriad of social qualities, customs, strict ceremonies, expressions, traditional house building designs, conventional goods, and conventional clothing, one of which is customs. material called Hiou or in English. Simalungun Batak are often referred to as Bulang and Gotong This research uses a qualitative descriptive method. According to Sugiono, qualitative research is research that places the researcher as the key instrument, data collection techniques are carried out in combination and data analysis is inductive. The results obtained As explained above that gotong partongah can only be worn by the king, while gotongparuma is used by the royal apparatus, but does not wear accessories in the form of rudang hapias, doramani, rantei gotong and tiger fangs. However, due to the transformation of clothing in Simalungun and the incident on March 3, 1946 in the form of the Social Revolution which destroyed various structures of the Simalungun society in the form of the disappearance of the Bolon house, the killing of the royal family, the robbery of noble property, as well as the waning of Simalungun's authority, as well as the loss of generations of educated people in Simalungun.
Ahmad Dharu Athallah, Neli Aida, Asih Murwiati, Heru Wahyudi
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 1071-1093; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i10.510

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This study aims to determine the effect of the development of the information technology sector on the development of the e-commerce transaction sector, analyze the variables that support the use of information technology such as the number of mobile phone users, the number of internet users and the number of broadband telephone users on the value of e-commerce transactions in countries. in ASEAN. This study uses secondary data. This research uses Fixed Effect Model (FEM) approach. The data analysis model used is panel data regression. The results of this study indicate that the variable number of internet users and the number of mobile phone users has a positive and significant effect on the value of e-commerce transactions in ASEAN countries. While the number of broadband telephone users has a positive but not significant effect on the value of e-commerce transactions in ASEAN countries.
Sheliana Nugraha Muslim, Eva Wirabuana, Dito Hastha Krisandy, Ahsani Paramitasari, Rifky Taufiq Fardian
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 1023-1042; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i10.509

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Over the past decades, coffee farmers in Kamojang have faced the same problems as farmers around the world. This ethnographic research among the coffee farming community of Wanaka Kopi Gunung Kamojang Farmers Group is located in Kamojang, Laksana Village, Ibun District, Bandung Regency, West Java from 2019-2022. This research documents local initiatives to address problems through the establishment of a network of Wanaka Kopi farmers in the Gunung Kamojang Farmer's Group, revitalization of traditional production patterns, local integration into the national coffee commodity chain and entrepreneurship of coffee-derived product innovation. Conceptualizing how to empower local coffee farmers, the Wanaka Kopi Gunung Kamojang Farmer Group generates and implements the initiative, this journal suggests that by leveraging their social network, local farmers revive their economic output. There is a decent collective bargaining position in the realm of the coffee commodity chain system, giving them the opportunity to survive the deregulation of forestry investment, which is a problem for farmers and is undeniably affected by climate change.
Putu Santhi Dharma Gita, I Wayan Runa, I Wayan Parwata
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 1051-1070; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i10.512

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Abiansemal village has good regional potential to become an agro-tourism village, it can be seen from the area of rice fields and dry fields of approximately 49% of the total area. The impact of this activity is positive and negative. Positive things provide an increase in economic value, but there are negative impacts caused by the increasing amount of waste produced, so it needs proper handling, one of which is making infrastructure for reuse, reduce, recycle waste management (TPS 3R). The purpose of this study is to obtain population projections, waste projections, large community participation in the procurement of TPS3R Infrastructure and present a potential 3R TPS Infrastructure layout model for Abiansemal Village. The method used is descriptive quantitative analysis, in the form of distributing questionnaires for community participation and surveying the characteristics of waste in the technical aspects of the 3R TPS infrastructure. The result of this research is that the waste generation in Abiansemal Village in 2022 is 15.85 m3/day to 18.16 m3/day in 2031. The large participation of the Abiansemal Village community has knowledge, behavior and attitudes that understand, often and agree or in a Likert value percentage above 51% - 75% of the procurement of 3R Waste Management Site Infrastructure (TPS), and a potential infrastructure model as a 3R TPS Abiansemal Village is with a given land area of 1000 m2, the land needed for infrastructure facilities so that they can serve optimally until 2031 with a waste capacity 18.16 m3/day is 514.58 m2, so there is still land left that can be used as other infrastructure to support tourism in Abiansemal Village.
Ahmad Dani, Dino Erivianto
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 961-972; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i9.496

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Solar energy is a source of energy that will never run out and has almost no negative effects on the environment. In this study using Pvsyst software with Stand Alone/Off Grid PV System conditions. Bagan Deli is one of the kelurahan in Medan Belawan sub-district which is located in a coastal area to analyze the potential for solar energy which is located at latitude 3.7756° north longitude, longitude 98.7033° east longitude. The optimal tilt angle according to the latitude is 10° (Tilt Angle) and the Azimuth angle of 180° (Azimuth Angle) facing south. The PV module used in the simulation is a solar cell module selected from the PVsyst database, namely Si-mono TDB 156X 156-36P 150W. The electricity load per day is 2,625 kWh/day, the need for electricity supply in one year is 958.1 kWh. Through the PVsyst software simulation, the Stand-Alone Solar Panel System uses 4 solar panels with a power of 150Wp, an area of ​​4 m2 and 2 batteries with a capacity of 200 Ah which are installed in series. The results of the performance of the Stand-Alone Solar Panel System obtained unused Energy of 0.2 kWh/kWp/day, Loss on PV Array of 1.12 kWh/kWp/day, Loss on PLTS System of 0.28 kWh/kWp/day, Energy that supplied to the user at 3.05 kWh/kWp/day.
Nadya Safira, Anugrah Hidayah
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i9.489

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Early childhood is a golden period of child development where all aspects of development and intelligence can be easily stimulated. Early age is also a unique period of child development to go through a phase called the sensitive period, egocentric period, imitation period, group period, exploration period and rebellious period. Therefore, early childhood has not been able to control emotions, not independent, not able to distinguish between good and bad deeds, wants to win on their own, has not been able to socialize with their environment and so on. For this reason, early childhood is a very decisive period in the formation of a child's life skills so that efforts are needed to stimulate, educate, guide, nurture and provide learning activities that will produce and improve children's abilities and skills. Because this golden period only lasts once in a phase of human life. Therefore, at an early age, holistic education efforts need to be made.
Nur Hidayah, Andrian Noviardy
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 1023-1034; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i9.504

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The formulation of the problem in this study is whether service quality affects customer satisfaction at Hotel Bina Darma Palembang Does facilities affect customer satisfaction at Hotel Bina Darma Palembang Does price affect customer satisfaction at Hotel Bina Darma Palembang Does service quality, facilities and prices affect customer satisfaction Hotel Bina Dharma Palembang. This aims to find out what affects the quality of service facilities and prices to consumers. The location of this research is located at Jln Jend A Yani 9/10 Ulu Palembang City. The population that has been used by researchers is some visitors who are at the Hotel Bina Darma Palembang which has a total of 5,561 visitors. The number of samples that have been obtained and calculated has a total of 98 respondents. The data collection technique in this study was a questionnaire. The hypothesis test used in this study is the t and f test. The results of this study indicate that the condition of service quality, facilities and prices affect consumer satisfaction.
Dwi Cintya Rori, Mutiara Syabila
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 973-980; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i9.493

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ZnO semiconductors are good photocatalysts for degrading volatile organic pollutants into CO2 and H2O. Activated carbon has a high absorption capacity, and contains amorphous carbon. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of variations in the concentration of ZnO on activated carbon on the band gap after impregnation. Determination of Bandgap value was determined using UV-DRS with the Tauc Plot method. The effect of variations in ZnO concentration on activated carbon on the band gap after impregnation shows the band gap value. The change in band gap value is caused by electron resonance when electrons from ZnO interact with polycyclic aromatic activated carbon. At the 20% variation there is a widening of the band gap value caused by a short wavelength shift. The conclusion obtained is that the characteristics of the AC-ZnO catalyst have band gap values ​​for each variation, namely 2.69 eV, 2.7 eV, 2.97 eV, 4.85 eV and 3.0 eV. The band gap values ​​increased with increasing concentrations of ZnO 5%, 10% and 15%.
Triandi Pradana
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 1009-1022; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i9.499

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The existence of the colorful houses of Kampung Bekelir has now grown the public's perspective on the tourism sector. Even this is based on the potential of a building that was originally ordinary and even classified as very dirty and then changed by providing various attractive colors to become tourist attractions in the form of photos. Then it was added with the conversion of the banks of the Cisadane River into culinary stalls for UMKM residents of Kampung Bekelir. The residents of Bekelir feel an increase in the economy from the existence of this Firm Village, because residents can sell the products they make and culinary delights for tourists to earn additional income. At first, these UMKM became a source of additional income, now they are the main source of income for the residents of Bekelir.
Herawaty Herawaty, Nurul Mukhlishah, Faizah Mahi, Agus Salim Syam
Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, Volume 3, pp 980-989; https://doi.org/10.36418/jist.v3i9.501

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Income is a person's source of income to meet daily needs which are very important for survival. The income of pine sap tappers who live in rural areas generally does not come from one source, but comes from two or more sources of income. The relatively low level of income requires household members who are potential farmers to work harder. This study was to determine the contribution of tapping pine sap to the income level of the tapping community at PT. Inhutani I, Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi. This research was conducted from April to May 2022. The method used was the census method. The number of samples consisted of 20 heads of families with pine sap tappers status. This study uses primary data and secondary data. Collecting data through field surveys and data collection techniques using observation, interviews and questionnaires. The data analysis used in this research is qualitative and quantitative analysis. The results showed that the average income of pine resin tappers in the pine forest area. Pine sap income Rp. 2.030.000/month, other sector income Rp. 1.365.000/month, and the total income of the tappers is Rp. 3.395.000/month. Then the total income of pine resin tappers is Rp. 3.395.000/month, the contribution of pine resin tappers is 59.79%/month. With pine resin income of Rp. 2.030.000/month, people in pine forest area. And the income contribution of tappers is Rp. 1.745.000/month, or 59.79% with a total income of Rp. 3.395.000/month, and the components needed for tappers are Rp. 1.650.000/month. The need for direction and guidance from PT. Inhutani I Gowa to the community to be enthusiastic and participate in increasing the production of pine resin in order to meet the set targets, and this is useful for the company because the production of sap increases, the income of the community also increases.
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