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2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (1) ◽  
pp. 15-20
Author(s):  
N. H. Rachmani ◽  
A. Apriantini ◽  
L. Cyrilla E. N. S. D

During the COVID-19 pandemic, people are started to consume foods that are highly nutritious to increased their immunity, one of them is by consuming milk and its processed products like kefir, yogurt. Milk is one of the foods favored by the community because it is rich in health benefits. The demand for this product is also increased every year. Consumer behavior was always changing along with consumer needs that follow the conditions and developments of the times. Consumers will choose products with good quality and ful fill what their needs, as well as dairy products. This study aims to analyze consumer decisions in consuming milk and its processed products in the Bogor city area during the covid 19 pandemic. The research was carried out with the stages of determining respondents, identify factors that influence consumer behavior, collecting and analyzing data. Respondents are people who live in Bogor City with an age range of 20 to 30 years purposively as many as 108 respondents. Data processing and analysis was carried out using the Spearman rank correlation test to determine the relationship between knowledge and situational variables on the decision to consume milk and its processed products. The results showed that the level of knowledge and situational had a significant and direct relationship with consumer decisions (P<0.01). This shows that the higher level of consumer knowledge of products with supportive conditions, the consumer’s decision to consume milk and its processed products is also getting stronger.


Author(s):  
Md. Jainal Abedin ◽  
Mayeen Uddin Khandaker ◽  
Md. Ripaj Uddin ◽  
Md. Rezaul Karim ◽  
M. Shahab Uddin Ahamad ◽  
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2021 ◽  
Vol 8 (2) ◽  
pp. 171
Author(s):  
Rizal Ramadhan ◽  
Kusdiyana Kusdiyana ◽  
Samsudin Samsudin

This study aims to answer the questions that become the formulation of the problem “How is the method of measuring the Qibla direction of the supermarket prayer room in Cirebon City” and “How to analyze the accuracy of the supermarket prayer room Qibla direction in Cirebon City.” This study uses qualitative research; the data collected uses observation, interviews, documentation, and literature study. They were then analyzed by the descriptive analysis method in narration. The results of this study: that the Qibla direction of the supermarket in Cirebon City has all measured the Qibla direction. The method of measuring the Qibla direction was carried out by the musala supermarket, where the author’s research uses the Qibla compass and the Qibla direction application on the smartphone. Of course, using the Qibla direction application on a smartphone is an inaccurate method. This method’s method is partly an error in determining the Qibla direction. Due to his ignorance of astronomy in measuring the Qibla direction and ignorance of the magnitude of the Qibla direction angle in the Cirebon City area, resulting in the Qibla direction of the supermarket in the Cirebon City area experiencing a wrong Qibla direction.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (4) ◽  
pp. 85-91
Author(s):  
Ahmad Munawir ◽  
Syahrun Adzim

Learning English and introducing technology to children at a young age is becoming increasingly important in order to meet the demands of an era in which everything is now done in English and is based on technology. To do this, people resources are required who are fluent in two languages: English and technology, both of which are currently unavailable. This is due to a lack of understanding and mastery of technology-based English, which is one of them. The Community Service team of IAI As'adiyah held activities with practical methods related learning English based on macromedia flash based on the previous Community Service program carried out by FTK IAI As'adiyah Sengkang academics, which included training on the use of word and excel. It is envisaged that as a result of this project, PAUD teachers in the Sengkang City area will have more abilities and knowledge in technology-based English education, particularly employing macromedia flash.


2021 ◽  
Vol 4 (2) ◽  
pp. 260-269
Author(s):  
Zulfauzi - ◽  
Budi Santoso ◽  
M. Agus Syamsul Arifin ◽  
Siti Nuraisyah

The problem behind this research is the imbalance between the capacity offered and the capacity demanded by the community, resulting in uncontrolled rice prices, so it is necessary to predict rice price in the future to monitor the stability of rice prices in the Lubuklinggau City area. In this study, the Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) method was used to predict future rice prices. The sample used in this study is data on rice price in Lubuklinggau City from January 2016 to December 2020. The result of the prediction of rice price in the Lubuklinggau City area for the next five years. With the accuracy value in rice price predictions based on MSE training, numely 99,9037% and based on the MSE test that is 99,8784%. While the accuracy values of rice price predictions based on MAPE training and testing are 93,2997% and 88,2782%, respectively. For the accuracy value of rice price prediction result based on the MSE and MAPE values respectively namely 99,8935% and 92,9212%. It can be concluded that the ANFIS method is very effectively used for the process of predicting a price or value in the future


Author(s):  
S. Samsudin ◽  
Z. Tarmidi ◽  
N. H. Adi Maimun ◽  
N. A. Mat Noor ◽  
A. N. Md Nasir ◽  
...  

Abstract. Safety is an important aspect in today’s living, in urban city, residential area, and also in campus area. Several initiatives were introduced to increase the safety level, and to prevent crime from happening in the campus area, known as Safe City Concept. These initiatives included the Safe City Index, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), behavioural model, safe city urban area, safe city of smart city, and resident safety assessment. Some of this initiative focus on urban city area, or residential, besides only focus on crime prevention and not focus on the assessment of safety level for campus area. This study aims to assess the safety level for campus area, with case study of UTM Campus. To assess the safety level, a set 4 indicators, which is crime, environment, public health and emergency response, with 9 sub-indicators was identified in this study. These indicators and sub-indicators used to determine the safety level of campus area based on the Safe City Concept. The analysis used is spatial analysis on the indicator, and using weighted criteria matrix to evaluate safety level for each building in UTM campus. The results show that most the buildings in UTM are in good and high safety level, with 65% of buildings score more than 70%. For buildings was detected with highest score of 95% of safety level, while 3 buildings score lowest percentage of 53.7%. these results indicated that UTM campus area is a safe area, based on the Safe City Concept. These results can help authorities to use these indicators of Safe City Concept to assess the education campus area safety level.


Porta Aurea ◽  
2021 ◽  
pp. 91-122
Author(s):  
Ewa Barylewska -Szymańska

The person of the architect Friedrich Fischer has been somewhat forgotten, even though he played a meaningful role in the beginnings of the existence of the Free City of Gdańsk as its first conservator and the first head of the Ground Construction Office. Before and during WW I Fischer worked privately as an architect, mostly in the Gdańsk and Sopot area, and among chosen projects one located in Wrzeszcz, in Uphagena Street, as well as the architect’s own house at 30 Stefana Żeromskiego Street in Sopot can be named. Fischer was also a scholar who obtained a doctorate in 1910 and prepared a postdoctoral thesis, as well as a lecturer at the Department of Architecture at the Technical University (until April 1925). In 1918, he became involved in building administration, carrying out projects for the Housing Estate Office, of which he was the head. He created designs of the street now known as Hallera Street in Wrzeszcz and plans of green areas on former fortification grounds. He also initiated works on the plan of Great Gdańsk, eventually known as the ‘Althoff plan’. In 1923–1925, he was the head of the Ground Construction Office. From this period his designs of the first version of the school in Pestalozziego Street in Wrzeszcz and the unrealised fair building in Gdańsk are known. He designed the completed housing estates in today’s Zbyszka z Bogdańca and Dubois Streets in Gdańsk - -Wrzeszcz as well as several churches for the Catholic community of the Free City of Gdańsk: St Anthony’s Church in Gdańsk -Brzeźno, the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows in Głęboka Street in Gdańsk - Knipawa, and the Church of Christ the King in the small town of Piekło, in the former Wielkie Żuławy District. Fischer was active as Conservator of Architectural Monuments for four years. During this period the function of Conservator of Historical Monuments was merged with the function of the head of the Ground Construction Office. During his service as conservator the preservation of the historical form of the city became a priority The model of proceedings in the Free City area established by Fischer constituted an important point of reference in the following years. He was also involved in the preparation of the Preservation of Historical Monuments Act proclaimed in 1923. In March 1925, Fischer moved to Hannover, where he became associate professor specialising in medieval architecture. He remained in that city and at its university until his death.


Author(s):  
Daniela Antonescu

Under the conditions of frequent changes, of some edifying transformations and perpetual challenges, urban policy undergoes changes/adjustments/updates over certain time intervals. These changes generate increasingly more complex requirements that impose drafting a flexible multidisciplinary framework able to support the future development of a territory. In full debate-process, the new urban policy of Romania promotes sustainability, resilience and inclusive growth, on the background of a critical period under the dominance of the SARS-CoV2 pandemic. This new policy brings around the discussion table experts from relevant fields: decision factors, urbanists, economists, architects, citizens, civic initiative groups, etc. The national urban policy must address all categories of urban areas (defined as a city area considered as the inner city plus built-up environs, irrespective of local body administrative boundaries), being fundamental in implementing the goals set by the New EU Urban Agenda, approved in the framework of the Habitat III conference of the United Nations (2016) and the new provisions of the New Leipzig Charter (2020). Urban policy must ensure a single planning framework that would support the implementation of the programs and projects financed from European and national funds, preparing thus the financial exercise 2021-2027. Considering the above mentioned, the present paper aims to review the important and strategic elements of the future urban policy from Romania and its role in promoting and supporting balanced territorial development under the conditions of the SARS-CoV2 pandemic crisis which is far from over.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
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Garnet George Dearnley

It was realised at the outset of this work that it would be very difficult to attempt a scientific and concrete evaluation of all the results which had been achieved by the Dominion Museum's Educational work. (Throughout this thesis the word 'museum' is to be taken as referring to the Dominion Museum's Educational work, unless it is specifically stated as not so doing.) There must be so many intangible results which by their very nature defy measurement, that any attempt to do so would be foredoomed to failure. Nevertheless such material as has been obtained by the use of objective scales of measurement does seem to me to contain some results of value.<br><br>While I have already a cknowledged to the people concerned my indebtedness to them; I feel that I must express again in this final result my deep gratitude to:<br><br>The pupils who provided the ma terial on which results were based, Teachers and Headmasters who co-operated, Mr Stannard and Miss Lawson of the Dominion Museum,<br>Mr Lopdell and Training college students for their help in distributing and collecting the questionnaires, and all the other people who in any way gave assistance.<br><br>The investigation was originally planned on a somewhat larger scale than is set down here, but in actual practice it was found that the work involved in what was eventually completed was quite sufficient.


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