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2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 445-456
Farintis Jihadul ◽  
Widihastuti* Widihastuti*

<p style="text-align: justify;">The study objectives were (1) developing a valid and reliable Affective Self-assessment Instrument of Chemistry for High School Student and (2) discovering the chemistry affective domain ability trend of high school students based on gender. The current development study utilized 10 non-test instrument development procedures from Mardapi. The study population was all high school students in Yogyakarta Special Region. The sample size was 405 students categorized into two stages and sampling techniques, i.e., the trial stage using cluster random sampling and the measurement stage using simple random sampling. The data analysis techniques were validity test using the Aiken index and construct validity and reliability using the second-order Confirmatory Factor Analysis model. The study findings were (1) the Affective Self-assessment Instrument of Chemistry for High School Student had 15 valid and reliable items and 15 available items to be utilized by teachers to measure students’ affective in the learning process and (2) the chemistry affective domain ability trend of male high school students was dominated by the “good” category and “very good” category for female students.</p>

Jurnal Elemen ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 276-289
Kemas Rahmat Mubarrak ◽  
Helli Ihsan ◽  
Diah Zaleha Wyandini

2021 ◽  
pp. tobaccocontrol-2021-056830
John Tauras ◽  
Megan C Diaz ◽  
Barbara Schillo ◽  
Donna Vallone

BackgroundWhile much is known about the influence of tobacco control spending on the demand for conventional cigarettes, little is known about the effects of tobacco control spending on the demand for electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes). This study provides the first evidence on the association between state tobacco control spending and high school student vaping in the USA.MethodsWe used data from the 2015 through 2019 National Youth Risk Behavior Surveys to estimate vaping prevalence and vaping intensity demand equations. We employed logistic regressions to estimate the vaping prevalence equations and generalised linear models with log-link and gamma distribution to estimate the vaping intensity equations.ResultsWe found evidence that funding for state tobacco control programmes had a significant negative association with both vaping prevalence and vaping intensity among high school students in the USA. Our results indicate that a 50% increase in state spending on tobacco control during the time of the surveys would have been associated with a 7.46% lower high school student vaping prevalence rate than what was observed.ConclusionsThere has been a dramatic increase in e-cigarette use by adolescents and young adults in the USA. The rapid rise in e-cigarette use has been a significant source of public policy concern for many states. The results of this study strongly suggest that increased spending on tobacco control programmes will reduce the number of high school students who vape and will decrease the number of days vaping products are used by high school students. These findings should be extremely valuable to policymakers interested in curbing the youth vaping epidemic in the USA.

Nutrients ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (12) ◽  
pp. 4327
Tara Clinton-McHarg ◽  
Tessa Delaney ◽  
Hannah Lamont ◽  
Christophe Lecathelinais ◽  
Sze Lin Yoong ◽  

Unhealthy dietary patterns in adolescence are associated with an increased risk of future chronic disease. This study aimed to assess online canteen lunch purchases made by high school students to identify: (1) the nutrient composition of purchases (energy, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, percent energy from saturated fat and total sugar); (2) the proportion of items classified as healthier (‘Everyday’) and less healthy (‘Occasional’ or ‘Should not be sold’) according to the New South Wales Healthy Canteen Strategy; (3) the frequency of purchases by product type (e.g., salty snacks), their classification and nutrient composition; and (4) associations between student characteristics and the nutrient composition and classification of purchases. The average order contained 2075 kJ of energy, 6.4 g of saturated fat, 18.4 g of sugar and 795 mg of sodium. Less healthy (‘Occasional’ and ‘Should not be sold’) items combined accounted for 56% of purchases. The most frequently purchased products were burgers and crumbed/coated foods. Students in higher grades purchased a significantly higher mean percent of ‘Everyday’ items, compared to students in grades 7 or 8. The majority of high school student purchases were less healthy (‘Occasional’ or ‘Should not be sold’) items, warranting further investigation of factors influencing online canteen purchasing behaviour in this setting.

2021 ◽  
Vol 28 (11) ◽  
pp. 87-111
Jeong-Eun Hong ◽  
Seul-A Lee ◽  
Jung-Min Lee ◽  
Jae-Young Chung

2021 ◽  
Vol 2 ◽  
pp. 243-281
Barbara Greene

The anime adaptation of the light novel franchise Bakemonogatari was released in 2009. The story revolves around the character Araragi Koyomi, a high school student in his senior year who encounters a powerful vampire during a school break and is transformed into a semi-supernatural being himself. However, this is not merely an example of a supernaturally-focused anime, but rather is a discussion on the impact of capitalism on the subjectivity of the individual. The narrative and experience of viewing Bakemonogatari is a commentary on the trauma of postmodernity and otaku consumption’s failure to remediate the objectification of consumer-capitalism. The series’ design and narrative choices is designed to attract otaku, to whose consumption these patterns are designed to appeal, and thereby give warning to otaku concerning the potential dangers posed by their approach towards media. The characters in this series are possessed by Specters who dredge up and yet simultaneously suppress this traumatic state of existence in a world without catharsis and without justice. Otaku, attracted to moe-kyara to escape the drudgery and misery of the three-dimensional world, are shown that this escape itself is a form of harm—like Araragi, they turn meaning into a form of self-flagellation and heap untold suffering on the moe-kyara towards which they are inextricably drawn.

2021 ◽  
Kaori Yamaguchi ◽  
Eriko Katagami ◽  
Ryoji Shinohara ◽  
Taishi Tsuji ◽  
Zentaro Yamagata ◽  

Objectives: The impact of the spread of COVID-19 on the mental health and its mitigating factors of high school athletes is not fully understood. The aims of this study were 1) to describe the psychological distress and stressors experienced by high school athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic and to elucidate the relationships between them and 2) to determine the relationship between psychological distress and social support. Methods: Participants of this cross-sectional study were recruited from public high schools in East Japan. We conducted either an online or paper-based questionnaire survey from July 12 to 31, 2020, and used data collected from 3017 high school student athletes (valid response rate: 88.7%) for the analyses. We evaluated psychological distress (K6 ≥10), stressors to athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic (SAC-19), and perceived social support from others. Logistic regression analysis was used to calculate odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) for developing psychological distress. Results: Among the participants, 764 (25.3%) experienced psychological distress. Among the five factors extracted from the SAC-19, self-restraint requests (OR = 1.03, 95% CI: 1.01–1.04), pressure from the surrounding environment (OR = 1.15, 95% CI: 1.12–1.18), and difficulties in maintaining athletic activities (OR = 1.16, 95% CI: 1.12–1.21) increased the risk of psychological distress. On the other hand, participants who were satisfied with the support from family members (OR = 0.77, 95% CI: 0.67–0.90), teammates (the same grade) (OR = 0.81, 95% CI: 0.67–0.98), and coaches and instructors (OR = 0.77, 95% CI: 0.65–0.91) showed lower psychological distress. Conclusions: During the COVID-19 pandemic, high school athletes experienced more psychological distress than usual. Stressors such as self-restraint requests, pressure from the surrounding environment, and difficulties in maintaining athletic activities increased the risk. On the other hand, social support from family members, teammates (the same grade), and coaches and instructors can help alleviate these stressors.

2021 ◽  
Vol 4 (3) ◽  
pp. 304
Robert Rizki Yono ◽  
Atikah Mumpuni ◽  
Agyztia Permana ◽  
Ubaedillah Ubaedillah

AbstrakSiswa SMP Negeri 1 Songgom tergolong aktif. Tetapi, keaktifan siswa belum terakomodir dengan baik. Meskipun terdapat beberapa ekstrakulikuler, belum sepenuhnya menampung minat siswa. Khususya ekstrakulikuler drama tidak ada. Faktor tidak adanya teater/drama karena minimnya tenaga pengajar bahasa Indonesia. Lanjut, terkait dengan keaktifan anak, khususnya di kelas VII perlu didalami terlebih dahulu. Didalami dalam arti diselidiki, keaktifan tersebut mengarah pada bakat kemampuan berakting untuk mendukung kegiatan drama, atau mengarah pada kegiatan lain. Selain itu, belum pernah dilaksanakan pelatihan drama. Oleh karena itu, perlu dilakukannyakegiatan sosialisasi dan pelatihan drama bagi siswa SMP N 1 Songgom. Sasaran dan luarannya adalah tersalurnya minat dan bakat siswa serta memiliki kemampuan dasar berdrama. Tahapan kegiatan meliputi sosialisasi, pelatihan, dan evaluasi. Metodenya berupa ceramah, diskusi, dan demonstrasi. Tahap implementasi meliputi pemberian materi terkaitkonsep dasar,unsur-unsur dan latihan dasar berdrama serta praktik.Secara umum, peserta menunjukan hasil yang cukup baik. Hal inimembantu siswa meningkatkan pemahaman tentang drama dan mengetahuipotensi/bakatnya. Hasil Kesimpulan dari kegiatan ini kongkrit bermanfaat bagi para siswa dalam memahami konsep dasar dramadan dapat mempengaruhi minat siswa dalam melaksanakan kegiatan drama. Disarankan kegiatan ini dilanjutkan untuk berlatih menulis naskah.Kata Kunci: Pelatihan, Drama, Siswa SMPAbstractState Junior High School Student 1 Songgom is classified as active. However, the activeness of students has not been well accommodated. Although there are some extracurriculars, it has not fully accommodated the interests of students. Especially extracurricular dramas do not exist. The factor of the absence of theater / drama due to the lack of Indonesian language teaching staff. Furthermore, related to the activeness of children, especially in class VII need to be explored first. In the sense of being investigated, such liveliness leads to the talent of acting ability to support drama activities, or leads to other activities. In addition, there has never been drama training. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct socialization and drama training for junior high school students N 1 Songgom. The target and externality is the channeling of students' interests and talents and having basic ability to preach. The stages of activities include socialization, training, and evaluation. The methods are lectures, discussions, and demonstrations. The implementation phase includes the provision of material on basic concepts, elements and basic practice of rhythm and practice. In general, participants showed quite good results. This helps students improve their understanding of drama and know their potential/ talents. The conclusion of this activity is concretely beneficial for the students in understanding the basic concepts of drama and can affect the interest of students in carrying out drama activities. It is recommended that this activity be continued to practice writing the script.Key Word:Training, Drama, Junior High School Student

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