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KORELASI ANTARFAKTOR KEPUASAN KERJA PUSTAKAWAN: STUDI KASUS PUSTAKAWAN LEMBAGA ILMU PENGETAHUAN INDONESIA Dwiatri Kusumaningrum; Seno Yudhanto; Ambar Yoganingrum
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 37, No 1 (2016): Juni
Publisher : Pusat Data dan Dokumentasi Ilmiah – Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (59.027 KB) | DOI: 10.14203/j.baca.v37i1.273

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Librarian job satisfaction is influenced by a number of factors, among others, the working environment, motivation, and compensation. Knowing the relationship between these factors will be helpful for the improvement of job satisfaction, which in turn will improve the professionalism of librarians. This study aims to measure the correlation between these factors. Respondents are librarians within Indonesian Institute of Science, with the post of librarian executing, implementing advanced, supervisors, first, the young and middle. Collecting data using questionnaires, while the correlation measurement using the method of Kendal and Spearman. The study results show that there is no significant relationship between work environment factors and compensation as well as among the factors of motivation and compensation.
Where does the Pregnant Women Searching for Their Information Need? Ekawati Marlina; Dwiatri Kusumaningrum; Seno Yudhanto
Jurnal Ilmu Informasi, Perpustakaan, dan Kearsipan Vol 20, No 2 (2018): Jurnal Ilmu Informasi, Perpustakaan, dan Kearsipan
Publisher : Departemen Ilmu Perpustakaan dan Informasi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/jipk.v20i2.136

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Pregnant women tend to be more concern with the health and food issue. During pregnancy, women will have physiological changes, such as intestinal disorders, metabolic diseases, and obesity. They tend to reduce consume of food with pregnancy-related health risk. In order to achieving healthy pregnancy, information related to health and food issue are needed. Pregnant women were actively seek information from a variety of sources. The research method used is literature review, we would like to identify which source of information that most used by pregnant to meet their information need and how is their belief about the sources. The conclusion of this study that information required by pregnant women related with information regarding medicine or medication use in pregnancy, nutrition, and health disorders. Dominant information used by pregnant women were health practitioners, online information, and family/friends. Although used by many pregnant women, the internet believed as an unreliable source of health information. Health practitioners were the main trusted information sources. This study is essential for information provider in designing healthy living information and educating health literacy for pregnant women.