Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies

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ISSN / EISSN : 2775-3735 / 2775-3727
Published by: CV. Syntax Corporation Indonesia (10.36418)
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Okta Karneli
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 704-709; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.381

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In improving organizational performance in this VUCA era, it requires a management or human resource management. The development of a company depends on the human resources of the company. Good management will have a positive impact on organizational performance. The purpose of this study is to determine the application of strategic human resource management (MSDMS) in an effort to contribute to improving organizational performance in the VUCA era. This study uses a qualitative approach by using a review of the literature in the Google Scholar database by looking for references from the literature review that is relevant to the case or problem to present the theory of the research problems carried out. The results of this study are one of the factors that directly affect the level of achievement of organizational performance is the management of human resources. Or in other words the management of human resources can be a determinant to improve organizational performance. The importance of strategic planning to improve organizational quality makes the implementation of strategic human resource management able to improve organizational performance in the VUCA era
Ellis Mardiana Panggabean
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 724-734; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.421

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In learning activities that are oriented to the needs and abilities of students, it is necessary to provide a variety of learning situations that are adequate for the material which is presented and this should be tailored to the abilities and characteristics of students. This study aims to describe the effectiveness of conceptualized acquisition with open ended question-assisted model in improving critical thinking ability of students. The research design is the control group of pre-test post-test to the students of mathematics education program at Muhammadiyah University in North Sumatra. Based on the results of data analysis, it is found that the critical thinking ability of students who are taught with Conceptualized Acquisition with Open Ended Question-Assisted Model is better than the critical thinking ability of students who are taught with conventional learning model on lectures of Algebra Structure II and Conceptualized Acquisition with Open Ended Question-Assisted Model are effective in improving the critical thinking ability of students in the lecture of Algebra Structure II.
Ririn Ariyanti, Selvia Febrianti, Ely Rahmawati
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 698-703; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.430

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Bleeding in childbirth is caused by anemia in pregnancy. This happens because when the mother gives birth, there will be adequate uterine contractions to be born. This study aims to determine the relationship between anemia during pregnancy and the incidence of primary postpartum hemorrhage. This type of research is analytical survey research. The subjects in this study were all pregnant women who suffered from anemia. The research place of the Juata Community Health Center in Tarakan City, North Kalimantan. From May to June 2020. The data used in this study is secondary data obtained from medical record books at the Juata Community Health Center. This study used a total sampling technique—data analysis using chi-square analysis. The statistical tests showed that pregnant women with anemia had an 11,253 times greater risk of bleeding during childbirth than women who gave birth vaginally. Pregnant women and their families should take care of their pregnancy by routinely carrying out antenatal care under antenatal care service standards
Vissia Dewi Haptari, Ari Mulianta Ginting, Ferdinand David Aritonang
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 777-796; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.412

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The regional autonomy policy, which is accompanied by the provision of balancing funds, has a goal, one of which is to have an impact on the financial independence of regency/municipal governments in Indonesia. The balancing funds provided should have an effect or have an impact on regional financial independence. This research is directed to see to what extent the relationship of fiscal decentralization can provide an increase in regional financial independence. Based on the results of the panel data regression analysis of the district/city data clusters, the results showed various results. In clusters I and IV, it shows that there is a positive and significant effect of the provision of balancing funds on regional financial independence. Meanwhile, based on the results of panel regression analysis in regencies/cities in cluster II, it shows that the provision of balancing funds has no significant effect on regional financial independence. The districts/cities in cluster III show that the balancing fund variable has a negative and significant influence on the financial independence of local governments. This implies that the provision of balancing funds for districts/cities in cluster III actually makes local governments dependent on transfer funds from the central government.
Dana Yuliana, Susanti Usman
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 797-805; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.407

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This study aims to determine regional financial performance based on the ratio of fiscal decentralization, regional financial independence ratio, effectiveness ratio, regional financial efficiency ratio, compatibility ratio, and growth ratio in Pemalang Regency for the 2016-2020 fiscal year. The method in this research is descriptive quantitative. The data used in the form of secondary data in the form of an annual report on budget realization from the official website of the Pemalang Regency government. The results of this study are the ratio of the degree of fiscal decentralization is included in the very good category, the independence ratio is included in the delegative category, the effectiveness ratio is included in the effective category, the efficiency ratio is included in the efficiency category, the compatibility ratio of the results of the realization is more optimized for routine capital expenditure purposes, and The result of the percentage growth ratio of the Pemalang Regency government prioritizes its regional expenditures for operating expenses compared to its capital expenditures. The performance of local financial management in Pemalang Regency based on financial ratio analysis is quite good, in managing PAD it is effective and efficient, and the level of regional independence is good.
Syamsul Huda, Anik Yuliati
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 630-635; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.425

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This study aims to analyze the relationship between the marketing mix and patient loyalty and satisfaction at the hospital. The research method used in this research is descriptive qualitative method. The type of data used in this study is qualitative data, which is categorized into two types, namely primary data and secondary data. Sources of data obtained through library research techniques (library studies) which refers to sources available both online and offline such as: scientific journals, books and news sourced from trusted sources. These sources are collected based on discussion and linked from one information to another. Data collection techniques used in this study were observation, interviews and documentation. This data was analyzed and then drawn conclusions. Based on the description analysis, it can be concluded that there is a relationship between the marketing mix on loyalty and patient satisfaction. After the analysis, it can be seen that all elements in the marketing mix have an influence on patient loyalty to reuse services at the hospital. After the analysis, it can be seen that the relationship between the marketing mix and customer satisfaction is very influential because the marketing mix is ​​a factor or market element used to satisfy customers.
Feny Fidyah, Afrila Eki Pradita
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 636-645; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.406

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Losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic have a global impact on the life of a country, including companies in all sectors. Mining sector companies listed on the Sharia Securities List are also affected by this pandemic and are demanding companies to work harder for better productivity and selling points than the previous year. This study aims to determine factors such as company characteristics (ROA, DER, CR and size) that affect the mining sector company value (PBV) on the Sharia Securities List listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). The data used is secondary data obtained from the website www.idx.co.id. The research period starts from 2015 – 2020. The samples obtained were using non-probability sampling with purposive sampling method and the samples obtained were 8 companies. Multiple linear regression analysis and hypothesis testing are analytical techniques used. The result of this research is ROA has an effect on PBV. DER, CR and size partially have no effect on PBV. Mining sector companies listed on sharia securities should pay attention to company characteristics such as DER, CR and size to increase company value.
Novena Ulita
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 684-697; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.411

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The Indonesian government's campaign that invites to love local coffee products also strengthens the habit of drinking coffee as a contemporary lifestyle. This has resulted in encouraging the emergence of local coffee shop product brands in Jakarta that compete with non-local brand coffee shops which have a lot of demand first. This competition eventually triggers the creativity of producers in creating a brand identity as part of the power of product marketing. This research uses a qualitative method with a netnographic approach and a case study. The research uses a netnographic method related to the existence of local coffee shops on digital artifacts that are accessed online. Using the theory of visual branding and brand identity, this study aims to find trends and big ideas for local coffee shop branding visual design ideas from 2015-2018 in Jakarta as part of the image of Indonesian local brand identity. The results of this study conclude that overall the visual elements used to describe marketing strategies with big ideas are keywords that are different from each other by describing their respective advantages. The dominant color used by the eight samples of visual branding also supports the big idea of ​​professional, classic, modern, locality, ethnic, cultural, and romantic keywords that build these emotions in consumers. This has finally become a trend for the development of visual branding for local coffee shops in Jakarta.
Susi Safitri, Atira Cesare Mutia
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 746-754; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.418

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China ETS is a system that is implemented in 7 regions in China which called pilot areas, including Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Chongqing, Hubei, Guangdong and Shenzhen, which aiming at reducing GHG emissions or, more specifically, CO2 gas by limiting the production of carbon gas from each emitter (cap) the difference between the emission level and the value of the cap is called a trade (trade). By using panel data and Linear Regression we analyze the impact of China-ETS policy on China Economic growth (GDP) while at the same time analyze the carbon price trend which is one of the factor of the ETS system succeed. The result showing that ETS policy effectively impacts on reducing carbon emission, and there have corelation between carbon price and the carbon amount, Lastly, using ARIMA model on forecasting the carbon amount within 10 years.
Muhammad Zulhidayat, Atma Suganda, Imran Bukhari Razif
Eduvest - Journal Of Universal Studies, Volume 2, pp 622-629; https://doi.org/10.36418/edv.v2i4.419

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The naturalization process itself is known in Law no. 12 of 2006 concerning Citizenship of the Republic of Indonesia, naturalization is divided into two, namely ordinary naturalization and special naturalization, ordinary naturalization is sufficient to meet the administrative requirements stipulated by law, while special naturalization must obtain the consideration of the House of Representatives before obtaining citizenship. The thing that needs to be observed in this special naturalization process is that someone who wants to be naturalized must first have service to the Indonesian nation, the anomaly that is happening at this time is that the government allows naturalization policies without considering the interests of the state, but for the interests of clubs playing in Indonesian leagues. . Therefore, this study takes the formulation of the problem, how is the legal politics of the special naturalization policy for football players in Indonesia in terms of Law no. 12 of 2006 concerning Citizenship? In this study, the research method is normative juridical. The conclusion in this study is that the current naturalization policy is contrary to the constitutional mandate, especially in Article 20 of Law No. 12 of 2006 concerning citizenship, by facilitating the naturalization process, making naturalization players filled with players whoThe naturalization process itself is known in Law no. 12 of 2006 concerning Citizenship of the Republic of Indonesia, naturalization is divided into two, namely ordinary naturalization and special naturalization, ordinary naturalization is sufficient to meet the administrative requirements stipulated by law, while special naturalization must obtain the consideration of the House of Representatives before obtaining citizenship. The thing that needs to be observed in this special naturalization process is that someone who wants to be naturalized must first have service to the Indonesian nation, the anomaly that is happening at this time is that the government allows naturalization policies without considering the interests of the state, but for the interests of clubs playing in Indonesian leagues. . Therefore, this study takes the formulation of the problem, how is the legal politics of the special naturalization policy for football players in Indonesia in terms of Law no. 12 of 2006 concerning Citizenship? In this study, the research method is normative juridical. The conclusion in this study is that the current naturalization policy is contrary to the constitutional mandate, especially in Article 20 of Law No. 12 of 2006 concerning citizenship, by facilitating the naturalization process, making naturalization players filled with players who are of old age and cannot contribute to the Indonesian national team for a long time.
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