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Journal ANALITIKA

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Suri Handayani Damanik, Filia Dian Anggaraeni
Published: 31 December 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 60-68; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i2.1788

Abstract:The purpose of this research is to know the correlation between perception of teacher teaching skills and students motivation to learn Sociology at acceleration class of SMA Swasta Al-Azhar Medan. Method used in this research is descriptive correlation and the population is all of acceleration class students at SMA Swasta Al-Azhar Medan in 2009/2010, that is 34 students. Sampling method which is used in this research is total sampling (all of population member used as sample). Data collected by using the questionnaire with Likert Scale. The reliability of each instruments are 0,941 for perception of teacher teaching skills, and 0,864 for students motivation to learn. Method of data analyze is Pearson correlation test (Pearson Product Moment).The result of this research indicate that there is a significant correlation between perception of teacher teaching skills and students motivation to learn (r = 0,352). The conclusion indicate that the perception of teacher teaching skills relate to students motivation to learn Sociology at acceleration class of SMA Swasta Al-Azhar Medan.
Nurhasanah Pardede, Asmaryadi Asmaryadi
Published: 31 December 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 80-86; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i2.1907

Abstract:This aims of this research is to reveal the pattern behavior of transgenders in Siabu Sub-District, Mandailing Natal District. Factors that caused the behavior, motivation that drives the behavior and father's involvement in eduation is among the matters that revelaed by this study. This study uses qualitative deskriptif methods with a snowball sampling case study approach. Subjects participated in this study four were transgender behaviour of adolescents in simangambat village Siabu Sub- district Mandailing Natal District. Data collection techniques through observation, interviews and documentation. The results of the study showed that the behaviour patterns of tranvestites in siabu village during the day were male working as salon employees, operating at night with female appearance wear tight clothes, make their faces up, sexy and fragrant, dating men, some of them are tempted, have an intimate relation through buttocks, jealousy between each transvestite in seizing men, factors causing the emergence of transgender behaviour in siabu sub district are saused by psychological factors, sociological factors and environmental factors. Teenagers motivates that doing the transvestite appear from the second motives which is the motives that can be modified, the fathers involvement in parenting still lack that done by their father as their responsibility but still in accessibility involvement.
Sri Adelila, Agung Prawoto
Published: 31 December 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 111-117; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i2.2125

Abstract:This study was aimed to describe learning activities of students using innovative developed pop-up book on colloids. The development method used was research and development (R & D) through ADDIE model. Subjects in this study were thirty one of senior high school students from grade XI, SMAN 4 Banda Aceh which were taken by purposive sampling. Data of students’ activities were collected using observation sheet. Besides that, the eligibility of developed pop-up book was measured using questionnaire which was filled by expert validators. Results showed that the eligibility of pop-up book was found to be 73.50 percent belong to the category of decent. In addition, the learning activities were found to be increased from 76.21 to 86.25 percent from first meeting to second meeting, respectively. It concluded that the learning activities of students using developed innovative pop-up book on colloids material were very good.
Dinda Chairiza, Zulkarnain Zulkarnain, Siti Zahreni
Published: 31 December 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 69-79; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i2.1791

Abstract:Turnover as an actual form of turnover intention is a general phenomena in hospitality business. There are various factors that influence employee turnover intention, such as burnout experienced by employees and employee engagement that employees. The aim of this research is to determine the influence of burnout and employee engagement toward employee turnover intention at X Group Hotel. Multiple analysis result of this research showed that burnout and employee engagement influenced towards employee turnover intention at X Group Hotel. Burnout positively influenced to employee turnover intention and employee engagement negatively influenced to employee turnover intention at X Group Hotel. The implications of this research are expected the company can know that burnout can increase employee turnover intention, whereas employee engagement is needed to reduce employee turnover intention. However, many other things of the variables that can influence employee turnover intention on hospitality company, in particular if it is a family company.
Nicolas Pardosi, Diny Atrizka
Published: 31 December 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 97-103; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i2.2020

Abstract:This study aimed to determine the relationship between parental social support and self regulated learning. The hypotesis proposed that there was a positive relationship between parental social support and self regulated learning, assuming that the higher parental social support, the higher the self regulated learning and vice versa. The research subjects in this study were 147 students of class X-XI Padang Bulan GKPI Senior High School in Medan. Data was obtained from a scale to measure parental social support and self regulated learning. The calculation was carried out through an analysis prerequisite test (assumption test) which consists of normality test and linearity test. Data was analyzed by using Product Person Moment correlation through SPSS 17 for Windows. The results of the data analysis showed a correlation coefficient of 0.572 with p of 0.000 (p <0.005). This result showed that there was a positive relationship between parental social support and self regulated learning. Based on the result, it can be concluded that there was a positive relationship between parental social support and self regulated learning. In the other words, the hypothesis was accepted.
Mukhaira El Akmal, Rislisa Rislisa
Published: 31 December 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 87-96; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i2.1998

Abstract:One of the factors that influence turnover intention is job characteristic. This study is aimed to determine the relationship of job characteristic to employee turnover intention in PT. XY. Hypothesis that proposed in this research is that there is a relationship between job characteristic and turnover intention. 60 Workers from PT. XY participated in this study which obtained by total sampling technique. Data is obtained from the scale to measure job characteristic and turnover intention. A Product moment correlation test was used to analyze the data. The result of data analysis shown that the correlation coefficient is -0.524 with sig. of 0.000 (p <0.05). This study shows that there is a negative relationship between job characteristic to turnover intention and the effective correlation (contribution) that is given from turnover intention is 27.5% and the other 72.5% is affected by other factors. Base on the result ini this study, it can be concluded that the hypothesis is accepted and there is a relationship between job characteristic and turnover intention.
Ros Mayasari, Nuraeni Aprilia Mondoano, Fahmi Gunawan
Published: 31 December 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 104-110; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i2.2034

Abstract:Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis kesehatan mental para siswa yang menggunakan Instagram di Institut Agama Islam Negeri Kendari sebagai Pendidikan Tinggi Islam terbesar di Sulawesi Tenggara. Para peneliti mewawancarai 50 siswa. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa siswa yang menggunakan Instagram dengan intensitas tinggi memiliki kesehatan mental negatif. Itu dibuktikan dengan persepsi mereka yang tidak akurat terhadap representasi diri mereka. Mereka menilai dan merasakan keberadaan mereka berdasarkan berapa banyak pengikut mengetik "cinta" di posting mereka. Bahkan, mereka akan merasa sangat terganggu, tidak bahagia dan marah jika ada yang mengkritik jabatan mereka dan ketika pengikut mereka mulai berkurang. Mereka juga akan sering menunggu berapa banyak orang yang akan menanggapi posting baru mereka. Mereka serius membuat cerita Instagram mereka sebagai sarana untuk mewakili diri mereka sendiri kepada orang lain seperti yang diinginkan. Kegiatan penggunaan Instagram perlu diajarkan dengan baik agar tidak memiliki dampak negatif pada siswa, terutama untuk kesehatan mental mereka.
Sri Minda Murni, Mutsyuhito Solin
Published: 30 June 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 1-6; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i1.1584

Abstract:Every child has a unique way of acquiring a language on his way to communicate with people around them. Some children find his way easily to ‘a good and appropriate pronunciation’ while other children ‘create’ his own and unique way. Understanding the pattern of unique or ‘false’ pronunciation can help parents understand their children’s language and be able to respond them appropriately. The study is aimed at describing the pattern of a baby boy’s pronunciation named Ghazi. Ghazi is 2.7 years old. He is mostly taken care by his mom who is a housewife and Dad who likes to spend his time feeding him. Ghazi is a healthy and energetic kid, surrounded by books for children to read and cartoons from youtube to watch. His favorite toy is hot wheels and show a big interest in animals. He has travelled across half of the country, visited many different places, and met different people and relatives to whom he communicates and makes friend easily. Based on his age, Ghazi are in the stage of telegraphic in which children have achieved the competence of SVO structure although still in imperfect grammar which Ghazi has proven to be true for himself. However, Ghazi has his unique ways of pronouncing words which shows particular pattern which is interesting to describe. The study focuses on the pattern of Ghazi’s pronounciation of consonants in the initial and final position and vowels. The results show that: a) Ghazi finds difficulties in pronouncing some consonants in the initial position. The [p] and [b] phonemes become [ʨ] and [d] as in the example [pɔli] becomes [ʨɔyi], [bɔla] becomes [dɔya]; Some phonemes are not spoken at all such as ‘m’ in [mɔbil] which becomes [ɔbin]; b) Ghazi also finds it difficult to pronounce some consonants in the final position. For example, [ɑpel] becomes [ɑpɑn], [panjaŋ] becomes [dɑdɑn], and [mundur] becomes [undun]; c) Ghazi finds some difficulties in pronouncing certain consonants in the initial position but not in the final position. For example, ‘t’ in the initial position is changed such as [təman] becomes [ʨɔman] but ‘t’ in the final position such as [pəsɑwɑt]’ becomes [ʨuʨɑwɑt] which shows no error; d) Ghazi’s difficulties in pronouncing vowels are seen in the example such as [sərɑm],[gəlɑp], and [kərɑs] which become [ʨɔyɑm], [dɔyɑp], and [tɔyɑs] in which that [ə] phoneme becomes [ɔ]. Other vowels do not result in similar difficulties for him. Further researchers are encouraged to find the uniqueness of every child’s pattern of pronunciation to get insight on how children find their own way to a more accepted pronunciation.
Zaini Said, Goh Lei Kheng
Published: 30 June 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 31-45; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i1.1589

Abstract:Previous research has been done on mindfulness and nursing stress but no review has been done to highlight the most up-to-date findings, to justify the recommendation of mindfulness training for the nursing field. The present paper aims to review the relevant studies, derive conclusions, and discuss future direction of research in this field. A total of 19 research papers were reviewed. The majority was intervention studies on the effects of mindfulness-training programs on nursing stress. Higher mindfulness is correlated with lower nursing stress. Mindfulness-based training programs were found to have significant positive effects on nursing stress and psychological well-being. The studies were found to have non-standardized intervention methods, inadequate research designs, small sample size, and lack of systematic follow-up on the sustainability of treatment effects, limiting the generalizability of the results. There is also a lack of research investigation into the underlying mechanism of action of mindfulness on nursing stress. Future research that addresses these limitations is indicated.
Chiang Ee Fong
Published: 30 June 2018
ANALITIKA, Volume 10, pp 46-53; doi:10.31289/analitika.v10i1.1605

Abstract:Pengalaman mengajar Pendidikan Khas dan Pendidikan Pemulihan adalah istimewa. Dua jenis pendidikan yang berkaitan dengan murid-murid kurang upaya mempunyai banyak kesamaan dan perbezaan yang jauh beza. Dengan mengkaji secara mendalam mengenai definisi program, ciri-ciri murid khas bermasalah pembelajaran dan murid pemuliahan, matlamat, pentaksiran, kurikulum serta kaedah mengajar dua jenis pendidikan tersebut, pengetahuan dan kefahaman tentang banyak aspek dua program dapat ditingkatkan. Juga, banyak pandangan yang agak mengelirukan dapat dijelaskan dan banyak wawasan (insight) diluar jangkaan dapat diperolehi.
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