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2021 ◽  
Rika Ariyani

Abstract: Computer labs are one of the most urgent facilities which cannot be ignored in Vocational High School because vocational education is a form of education that integrates theory and practicelearning. This study aims to find the cause of lack optimal management of computer laboratory in Vocation High School in the Province of Jambi. This study is used descriptive qualitative approach. Meanwhile, the method of collecting data that writer used is observation techniques, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis is using Miles and Huberman model while the technique of data validity is using data triangulation. The results show that the management of computer laboratory at Vocational High School in the Province of Jambi includes planning, organizing, implementation, and supervision activities. In the principal’s planning activities is to identify the needs of computer labs, either about facilities, schedule of use, and budgeting. Furthermore, organizing activities include the division of labor of computer laboratory managers thatincludes the head of computer labs, laboratory labs, and technicians. Implementation activities include an inventory of computer laboratory facilities, learning process,and computer lab maintenance. On the other hand,the supervision of computer laboratory includes direct and indirect photographed and printed as it is received. Readability of copy is of paramount importance. Keywords: Computer Laboratory, Computer Laboratory Management, Information and Communication Technology Skills

2021 ◽  
Vol 17 (1) ◽  
pp. 35
Sri Dewi Adriani ◽  
Ray Minandha

Abstrak: Kesenjangan gender dalam masyarakat Jepang telah lama menjadi isu global. Permasalahan ini sering menimbulkan konflik, utamanya pada perempuan dengan peran ganda. Pengaruh budaya patriarki yang kental ditenggarai sebagai salah satu penyebabnya.  Penelitian ini memaparkan konflik yang dialami pekerja perempuan dengan peran ganda di Jepang dengan berpijak pada sudut pandang teori budaya patriarki dan konsep relasi gender. Data yang digunakan adalah drama Jepang berjudul Eigyo Bucho Kira Natsuko. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengidentifikasi bentuk konflik yang dialami pekerja perempuan dengan peran ganda. Pendekatan yang digunakan adalah kualitatif. Berdasarkan hasil analisis yang dilakukan, ditemukan fakta bahwa dalam menegosiasikan perannya di sektor publik tokoh perempuan, Kira Natsuko, mengalami diskriminasi yang dilakukan atasannya terkait cuti melahirkan yang diambilnya. Sikap penolakan juga datang dari pasangannya terkait keputusannya untuk kembali bekerja setelah melahirkan.Abstract: Gender inequality in Japanese society has long been a global issue. This problem often creates conflicts, especially among women with multiple roles. The strong patriarchal culture in Japanese society is one of the cause. This study will discuss the conflicts experienced by female workers with multiple roles from gender perspective. Data used is a Japanese drama entitled Eigyo Bucho Kira Natsuko. The purpose of this study is to identify the forms of conflict experienced by female workers with dual roles. The approach used in this article is qualitative method. Data analysed through the process of identification, classification, interpretation and conclusion. Data validity techniques in this study using validity and reliability tests. The validity test is carried out through the interpretation process of the conversational data. While the reliability test is carried out through the process of reading the text repeatedly in order to obtain constant and in-depth data. Based on the results of the analysis, it is found that the influence of patriarchal culture on the emergence of work-family conflict in a female character named Kira Natsuko.  

2021 ◽  
Hary Murcahyanto ◽  
Wirasandi ◽  
Mawardi ◽  
Abdul Majid Junaidi

The purpose of this research is to know the performance of women in carrying out tasks, to know the perception of the figures, village staff, and the community of Selong Village about the performance of Lurah Perempuan, and to know the challenges and obstacles faced by Lurah women in carrying out their leadership. along with the gender equality of women now not only work in the domestic area but many who work in the public area become leaders as well as those in the Selong village area led by a woman. This study uses a qualitative method using a case study approach located in Selong Subdistrict Selong East Lombok. The subjects of this study were Selong Village Staff, Lurah Selong, Selong Village Community, Religious Figures, Indigenous Figures, and Community Leaders in Selong Village. Data types and data sources are primary and secondary data. Data analysts are data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion withdrawal. The test of data validity is the extension of observations, peer discussions, and triangulation. The results of the research showed that the performance of Lurah women is good performance, responsible discipline, and never procrastinate their duties. As well the equitable development is continuously implemented in accordance with the programs that have been run. This is recognized by some Selong Village Staff and the Selong village community. While the public perception of the performance of women's Lurah is the performance of women's Lurah is considered quite good when compared to the previous performance of Lurah. His high participation often invites the community in working together and makes Selong Village more advanced than before. Meanwhile, the challenges and obstacles faced by Lurah women are when taking care of children and their husbands. In addition to being a housewife, Lurah's mother also became a State Civil Apparatus (ASN) should be able to divide time between housework and her service work. When his son was sick he couldn't leave him. So when needed is represented by the secretary or staff of Selong Village.

Nikola Zaric ◽  
Velibor Spalevic ◽  
Nikola Bulatovic ◽  
Nikola Pavlicevic ◽  
Branislav Dudic

Particulate matter air pollution is one of the most dangerous pollutants nowadays and an indirect cause of numerous diseases. A number of these consequences could possibly be avoided if the right information about air pollution were available at a large number of locations, especially in urban areas. Unfortunately, this is not the case today. In the whole of Europe, there are just approximately 3000 automated measuring stations for PM10, and only about 1400 stations equipped for PM2.5 measurement. In order to improve this issue and provide availability of real-time data about air pollution, different low-cost sensor-based solutions are being considered both on-field and in laboratory research. In this paper, we will present the results of PM particle monitoring using a self-developed Ecomar system. Measurements are performed in two cities in Montenegro, at seven different locations during several periods. In total, three Ecomar systems were used during 1107 days of on-field measurements. Measurements performed at two locations near official automated measuring stations during 610 days justified that the Ecomar system performance is satisfying in terms of reliability and measurement precision (NRMSE 0.33 for PM10 and 0.44 for PM2.5) and very high in terms of data validity and operating stability (Ecomar 94.13%–AMS 95.63%). Additionally, five distant urban/rural locations with different traffic, green areas, and nearby industrial objects were utilized to highlight the need for more dense spatial distributions of measuring locations. To our knowledge, this is the most extensive study of low-cost sensor-based air quality measurement systems in terms of the duration of the on-field tests in the Balkan region.

2021 ◽  
Jennifer O'Neil ◽  
Keely Barnes ◽  
Erin Morgan Donnelly ◽  
Lisa Sheehy ◽  
Heidi Sveistrup

BACKGROUND The COVID-19 global pandemic pushed many rehabilitation practitioners to pivot their in-person practice to adopt telerehabilitation as their main method of delivery. In addition to documenting information on interventions used with clients, it is best practice for therapists to use reliable and validated outcome measures to inform their interventions. OBJECTIVE Through this scoping review, we aim to identify: 1) which outcomes are being used remotely to assess balance, mobility, and gait in patients with neurological conditions, and 2) what psychometric data (validity, reliability, etc.) for remotely-administered outcomes are available. METHODS Three main concepts will be included in our search: 1) neurological conditions, 2) administration by telerehabilitation and 3) outcome measures for balance, mobility and gait. Studies reporting remote assessment of neurological conditions published since 1990 will be included. The database search will be completed in Medline (Ovid), CINAHL, Pubmed, PSychINFO, EMBASE, and Cochrane. Grey literature including dissertations, conference papers and protocol papers will also be sourced. Two reviewers will independently screen each title and abstract using pre-established inclusion and exclusion criteria. Manuscripts which appear to meet the criteria will be subject to further review, and full text extraction using a pre-piloted extraction sheet if all criteria are met. The data will be categorized by assessment types describing impairments (such as balance, strength and mobility) or activity limitations or participation restriction (such as functional mobility, ambulatory functions, and activity of daily living). RESULTS The optimal use of telerehabilitation as a mode to deliver rehabilitation intervention should be coupled with the completion of validated outcome measures. Therefore, it is crucial to further our knowledge on remote outcome measures and therapeutic assessments. CONCLUSIONS This scoping review will document outcome measures currently used in the remote assessment of neurological conditions.

2021 ◽  
Vol 4 (1) ◽  
pp. 15-22
Zhahara Yusra ◽  
Rufran Zulkarnain ◽  
Sofino Sofino

The purpose of this study was to determine and describe in detail the management of LKP during the pandemic. This research is a qualitative descriptive research. This study uses interview data collection techniques, observation, and documentation. Data validity checking used time triangulation, subject triangulation and technical triangulation. The result of the research was that in the process of curriculum adjustment involving Mrs. Rosilah as the head of the LKP, Mr. Erwin as the curriculum organizer and Mrs. Leni Susanti as the tutor, curriculum adjustments were made in the form of dividing study groups into 2x a week, there was no change in instructors in the learning process, changes working hours in accordance with face-to-face changes, and the application of health protocols in the face-to-face learning process and during the implementation of competency exams.

2021 ◽  
Vol 23 (1) ◽  
pp. 93
Novia Wahyu Wardhani ◽  
Erisandi Arditama ◽  
Wahyudin Noe ◽  
Sabar Narimo

Mystical rituals in a tradition experience conflict in society because of things that are irrational in nature. For example, the grebeg maulid tradition, grebeg sudiro, lawung mahesa ceremony, mbah meyek village clean, sadranan, and slametan. However, the government has not lost the way to maintain this mystical tradition to maintain society's social order. This research is qualitative research with an ethnographic approach that focuses on the traditions that exist in Surakarta, which contain mystical but still growing. This research was conducted from 2019 to 2020. The data collected came from observations made in 5 sub-districts in Surakarta. Second, interviews with mystical actors. Third, documentation obtained from books, journals, and mass media explaining the mystical traditions in Surakarta. The data validity used the triangulation method, member check, time extension, peer debriefing. Data analysis using ethnographic analysis model. The result is that there are six ways to rationalize the mystical tradition, namely connecting the mystical with something rational, using a different name that can be accepted by the public at large, making the tools used in the tradition no longer mystical, and accommodating technological developments. such as the e-wom method to spread tradition.

2021 ◽  
Vol 21 (1) ◽  
pp. 60-67
Eko Raharjo ◽  
Soesanto Soesanto ◽  
Tjetjep Rohendi Rohidi ◽  
Udi Utomo

This study was devoted to investigating the preservation of gambang Semarang music through the enculturation process comprehensively. Two basic strategies were employed in examining research problems: using theoretical approaches in traditional music, preservation, and enculturation and a qualitative approach. Further, the target and site comprised gambang Semarang music preservation through the enculturation process among Semarang people. The data were collected from observation, interviews, documentation, and library research. Data validity applied source, time, theory, and researcher triangulation. The collected data and information were then analyzed inductively by relying on an interactive analysis model with the following steps: data reduction, display, and verification. It was suggested that the enculturation process of gambang Semarang music within three generations in the nang nok gambang Semarang group served as the activity of cultural awareness of society, artists, and performers. It was to carry out the enculturation process towards young generations, even children, as the future generations. The approaches to the teaching and learning process were modeling, conditioning, and internalization. Such an enculturation process was proven to function effectively as the cultural mechanism and enculturation model in preserving gambang Semarang music as the cultural identity of Semarangan.

2021 ◽  
Fawaz Alyami ◽  
Saad Almutairi

Abstract With the rapid advancement of big data technology and statistical data analysis solutions, the computing of big data and its services has become the subject of research and popular applications. There are many problems related to data quality that lead to making wrong decisions in institutions and companies. Current research rarely discusses how to validate data effectively to ensure its quality Integrity is data validity. It is a task that is not an easy task that is usually undertaken in national statistical organizations and institutions. There is an urgent need to produce a general framework to verify the integrity of big data. This methodology has been devoted to proposing a model that works on data integrity, especially big data, and how to address the validation process. The data also includes the validity of the data fields and the validity of measuring the data and assessing the compatibility with the data cycle chain. The speed of the processing process and the accuracy of the verification process for the integrity of big data are considered. Based on using the latest technologies and programming languages, the research was based on the programming language in Python and real test data.

2021 ◽  
pp. 109-113
E. Wara Suprihatin Dyah Pratamawati

There are many traditional art studios that grow and develop in Indonesia. However, not all succeed in maintaining artistic activities, so that over time many became extinct. This causes the studio members to lose the means to develop their creative potential. This also creates problems for artists who depend on activities in the studio. However, there are several studios that still exist and are even growing in the midst of the expanding arts of this global era. This cannot be separated from the traditional studio management that is implemented. This research used a multi case study approach with data collection techniques of interviews, observations and document study. To ensure data validity, this study applied source and method triangulation. The results showed that the existence of the studio depends on its managerial activity. Keywords: management patterns, traditional art, artistic passion

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