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2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 33-49
Muhammad Fahmi ◽  
Sharul Effendy ◽  
Mahaliza Mansor ◽  
Djalal Fuadi ◽  
Harsono Harsono ◽  

<p style="text-align: justify;">Measuring accounting teachers’ professional identity is significant to do as an alternative to measure the professionalism of accounting teachers in Indonesia based on their professional identity. This research was conducted in two stages of exploratory factor analysis involving 150 accounting teachers as sample in each stage. The data were collected in collaboration with an accounting teacher organization, comprising the Accounting Subject Teacher Deliberation (MGMP) in Central Java through a questionnaire. Data analysis was divided into several steps including face validity and content validity, inter-item correlation matrix, and exploratory factor analysis. The results showed that 23 question items encompassed five components of accounting teacher professional identity; Cultural Knowledge (pedagogical cultural identity), Blending (accommodating students' purposes for school in the learning objectives), Identity Experiencing (by the experience of working life in the past, present, and individual expectations in the future in accounting work setting), Inter-Personal Skill, and Active in Professional Communities. The scale development requires continuous development tailing various new findings in the teacher professional identity and accountant professional identity.</p>

2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (4) ◽  
pp. 488-498
Yashmine Noor Islami ◽  
Dwi Ispriyanti ◽  
Puspita Kartikasari

Infant mortality (0-11 months) and maternal mortality (during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum) are significant indicators in determining the level of public health. Central Java Province which has 35 regencies/cities is included in the top five regions with the highest number of infant and maternal mortality in Indonesia. The data characteristics of the number of infants and maternal mortality are count data. Therefore, the Poisson Regression method can be used to analyze the factors that influence the number of infants and maternal mortality. In Poisson regression analysis, there must be a fulfilled assumption, called equidispersion. Frequently, the variance of count data is greater than the mean, which is known as the overdispersion. The research, binomial negative bivariate regression is used as a solutions to overcome the problem of overdispersion in poisson regression. This method produce a global model. In reality, the geographical, socio-cultural, and economic conditions of each region will be different. This illustrates the effect of spatial heterogeneity, so it needs to be developed into Geographically Weighted Negative Binomial Bivariate Regression (GWNBBR). The model of GWNBBR provides weighting based on the position or distance from one observation area to another. Significant variables for modeling infant mortality cases included the percentage of obstetric complications treated (X1), the percentage of infants who were exclusively breastfed (X3), and the percentage of poor people (X5). Significant variable for modeling maternal mortality cases is the percentage of poor people (X5). Based on the AIC value, GWNBBR model is better than binomial negatif bivariat regression model because it has a smaller AIC value. 

2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (4) ◽  
pp. 476-487
Erysta Risky Rismia ◽  
Tatik Widiharih ◽  
Rukun Santoso

The characteristics of society in choosing contraceptive methods are also the crucial factors for the government to prepare the family planning services needed at Bulakamba District, Brebes Regency, Central Java. In this case, a classification process needs to be done to assist the process of classifying the characteristics of society in the selection of contraceptive methods. Multinomial Logistic Regression classification is good in exploring data information  meanwhile Fuzzy K Nearest Neighbor (FK-NN) classification is good for handling big data and noise. These two methods used in this study because they are relevant to the data applied and will be compared their classification accuracy through APER and Press's Q calculations.The classification accuracy results obtained based on the APER calculation for Multinomial Logistic Regression is 88,25% and Fuzzy K Nearest Neighbor (FK-NN) is 88,92%.  Meanwhile, the Press's Q value of both methods are 9600,945 and 9518,014 greater than χ 2𝛼,1 which is 3,841, so that it is statistically accurate. Based on the results obtained, it can be concluded that Multinomial Logistic Regression classification method has a better classification accuracy than Fuzzy K Nearest Neighbor (FK-NN) method. 

Economies ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (1) ◽  
pp. 26
Sugeng Wahyudi ◽  
Tarmizi Achmad ◽  
Imang Dapit Pamungkas

This study aims to examine the effectiveness of the internal control system, appropriate compensation, and the competency of the village apparatus regarding the prevention of village fund fraud with moral sensitivity as a moderating variable. This research is a quantitative method using hypothesis–inference to answer exploratory, descriptive, explanatory, and predictive analysis questions. Primary data are mainly used in this study. Data were collected using a survey method in a questionnaire with questions given to respondents to collect information. The sample of this research is the village office in 16 (sixteen) districts in Sumowono, Semarang Regency, Central Java, Indonesia, with 289 participants. Data analysis was carried out using Warp-PLS 7.0 application software. The results showed that the village apparatus’s internal control system, appropriate compensation, and competency prevented village fund fraud. Furthermore, the novelty of this research is to add a moderating variable, moral sensitivity, which can strengthen the relationship between the internal control system, appropriate compensation, and competency of the village apparatus regarding the prevention of village fund fraud.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 130-136
Aldi Aditya ◽  
Prayogo Hadi Sulistio ◽  
Usep Muttaqin ◽  
Nadia Gitya Yulianita

People now have access to a broader and more diverse selection of audiovisual shows thanks to Era 4.0. As a result, the demand for watching and translating audiovisual shows in foreign languages (in this case, English) into Indonesian or other local languages is increasing. Thus, the goal of this project is to provide subtitle translation training to students and teachers at SMAN 2 Purwokerto in Central Java, who have the potential to learn translation media well because they have language classes and a film club. It is believed that this activity will help students and teachers at SMAN 2 Purwokerto develop their interests and expertise in the field of translation, particularly subtitle translation, which will be very useful in their professional lives.

2022 ◽  
Lianah Kuswanto ◽  
Noor Amalia Chusna ◽  
Eko Purnomo ◽  
Krisantini ◽  
Milya Urfa Ahmad

Indonesia has diverse flora and fauna, and many species remain largely undiscovered. Documentation and identification of threatened wild ornamental species are increasingly difficult due to ongoing exploitation and land conversion. Mount Prau is one of the popular destinations in Central Java, Indonesia for tourism. Understanding plant biodiversity has enormous value for the economy, ecology, culture, science, and recreation. Our study is aimed to record the diversity and identify the flowering plant species in their native habitat at Mount Prau, Central Java, Indonesia. Our field surveys demonstrated that Mount Prau has abundant wild ornamental plants with wide diversity of taxa, growth habits, and forms. A total of 103 species representing 51 families and 95 genera are identified including trees, shrubs, herbs, and lianas. We also found that among the plant species found in Mount Prau, 24 have morphological characters suitable to be cultivated as ornamental flowers, and 12 as ornamental foliages, and 63 species are medicinal plants. The ornamental criteria of these species were based on the literature describing the morphological and unique characters of leaves and flowers that made them potential to be developed as ornamental plants. In this paper we have provided the current conservation status of the plant species identified and recommendations on their conservation. This study provides baseline data of species found in the Mount Prau areas, and this information could be helpful for further conservations efforts and initiatives.

2022 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
pp. 13-27
Akmala Hadita ◽  

This study aims to develop a communication model based on local wisdom originating from Sundanese culture, namely Silih Simbeuh, which is carried out by bureaucrats to socialize their policies to the public. The method used is qualitative, with a survey approach – descriptive. Data were collected through interviews, observation, and documentation studies. 29 research informants were determined purposively. Data analysis was carried out through the stages of reduction, display, analysis, and concluding. The objects of research are three governors who actively use social media, namely Anis Baswedan (DKI Jakarta), Ridwan Kamil (West Java), and Ganjar Pranowo (Central Java). The results show that the use of social media can be an effective and efficient communication tool in disseminating policies, through increasing public participation. This is shown in the form of following social media accounts, comments, reposts, and other interactions. The results of other studies show that the communication model using social media based on the Silih Simbeuh concept has proven to be effective in minimizing potential conflicts between policymakers and citizens and between citizens. The research location is narrow, the respondents are limited, and the methods used do not allow for generalizations. Further research is needed with more comprehensive coverage of respondents and methods Silih Simbeuh's local wisdom values can minimize conflicts in the communication process between policymakers and the community

2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (1) ◽  
pp. 01-07
Muthoifin ◽  
Eko Supriyanto ◽  
Sudarno Shobron ◽  
Agus Mulyadi

Purpose of the study: The purpose of this study is to design and formulate the practice of optimization strategies performed by Islamic schools to improve school quality and customer satisfaction. Methodology: This study used field research method as the data obtained through interviews and direct observation. The object of the research is SMP Muhammadiyah Sinar Fajar Cawas and SMP Islam Terpadu Muhammadiyah An Najah Jatinom Klaten, Central Java, Indonesia Main Findings: The results of the study show that the optimization of quality improvement performed by two schools under study is a marketing mix strategy through 7P application: (1) product of a variety of programs; (2) price of school fees offered to parents; (3) places of both schools are strategic and accessible by public and private transportation; (4) promotion through printed, electronic, and social media; (5) people including educators and office staff are young and enthusiastic; (6) physical evidence of school buildings and student reports and; (7) process of teaching and learning in both schools have met national education standards. The seven concepts are very influential in improving and optimizing the progress and quality of schools. The most influential concept applications in SMP Muhammadiyah Sinar Fajar are product, price, place, and people. Meanwhile, product, price, place, and physical evidence are five major applied concepts carried out in SMP Islam Terpadu Muhammadiyah An Najah. Applications of this study: This research is expected to be applied in schools, universities, and the wider community that focuses on education issues and optimizing the quality of Islamic schools Novelty/Originality of this study: Therefore, the impacts of the seven concepts are the high public interest; young, enthusiastic, and high creativity teachers; a variety of programs; teachers who are admired by prospective students and parents and; professional and certified school principals.

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (2) ◽  
pp. 88-98
Ani Amimah

Distance learning using information and communication technology brings some problems for some teachers in Indonesia, including the writer. Students learn independently without explanation from the teacher. This condition causes learning boredom for some students. SiJaPin (Sinau bareng Jateng Pintar) or Learning with Smart Central Java is an effort to overcome students boredom of Mathematics distance learning in Class VIIA SMP Negeri 12 Semarang . The implementation of SiJaPin is 1) Design and preparation stage 2) Implementation stage. The results of SiJaPin implementation are results of learning final evaluation, on the first day of learning, class VIIA students get an average score of 71.75 and 83.25 on the second day. Questionnaire of students' reflection on distance learning with SiJaPin: 18 students stated that they felt happy, 21 said they could overcome their boredom, and 10 said that they were motivated to learn. Supporting factors for the implementation of SiJaPin are the support from fellow teachers and principal, the enthusiasm of students, adequate facilities by the provided rooms, laptops, handphones and internet. Inhibiting factors for the implementation of SiJaPin 1) limitation of the teacher in monitoring internet signal, that makes students cannot hear teacher’s voice when starting the lessons, 2) the teacher is less careful that makes typing errors on the PPT slides, 3) lack of coordination on the previous days, 4) next lesson plan by video conference using attractive PPT.

2022 ◽  
Vol 27 (1) ◽  
pp. 127
Ika Suciati ◽  
Indah Susilowati

<p>The potential of fisheries resources is still massive as well as the challenges.  One of the challenges faced in the fisheries sector is climate change occurring massively. Climate change that occurs disrupts the productivity and activities of fishermen. Fishermen live with uncertainty because their livelihoods are directly related to nature. So that fishermen are required to be able to adapt and mitigate to climate change that is occurring rapidly. Information innovation and communication are widely developed to help fishermen in sea activities. The technology created is available in various forms, such as android-based applications, SMS broadcasts, Whatsapp groups, GPS, Fishfinder, etc. The objective of this study is to identify fishermen's perception of the benefits of technology and service communication used, ICT relationship with fishermen's income, and stakeholder role strategies in the use of ICT. The mix-method approach is used to acknowledge study objectives using the software SPSS 23 and Atlas. Ti 8. The result shows that fishermen's perception of the benefits of ICT namely facilitating communication, reducing production costs, improving safety, increasing fishermen's knowledge, and increasing income. There is a relationship between the use of ICT and fishermen's income, as well as stakeholders who have an important role in the use of ICT in the fishing community.</p>

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