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Stages of Early Adolescent Smoking Behavior Development in Tegal City, Indonesia: A Qualitative Study Agus Susanto; Hartono; Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni; Drajat Tri Kartono
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Early adolescent smoking behavior is a complex activity, which is formed through several stages. Not all teenagers who take the initiative to smoke will end up as active smokers. Many factors influence the formation of adolescent smoking behavior. The study aims to explore the stages of early teenagers' cigarette encounters until becoming a smoker in Tegal City, Province of Central Java, Indonesia. The researcher has done in-depth qualitative interviews with thirty-five participants. Study participants are male smoker adolescents. Data analysis used themes. The researcher broke the finding down into four stages. The four stages are to encounter cigarettes, try smoking, consider being a smoker, and enjoy smoking. Most teenagers learn from parents and peers about cigarettes. The reason for most adolescents' attempts was that older playmates threatened them. Peers and parents are crucial factors in shaping early adolescent smoking behavior. To stop smoking behavior, both parties must be actively interested in health promotion activities. The results of the study can be used as a reference in the preparation of adolescent smoking behavior prevention programs based on the condition of adolescents.
E-Siskamling to go to Smart Village: Analysis and design Saffana Assani; Hermanto
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The implementation of siskamling activities carried out by rotating patrols by residents is a form of system in maintaining community security. In the management of scheduling and delivery of information on the patrol schedule in the siskamling, it is still done manually, so it requires a variety of handicapping tools, a place to store recording tools, inflexible management times, and various means of delivering information. The manual system is also vulnerable to further problems, such as losing patrol schedule records, large record storage areas because records are piling up, and patrol schedule information that does not reach residents because the information media used is not easy to access. This study aims to produce an application that can facilitate the activities of managing the security guard patrol schedule and become a medium for conveying patrol schedule information to residents. The application is also one of the implementations of efforts to become a smart village. The application that will be developed in this research is called E-Siskamling (electronic siskamling). E-Siskamling will be developed using the SDLC (system development live cycle) methodology. This methodology has six development phases, namely feasibility study, investigation, analysis, design, implementation, as well as review and maintenance. This paper will describe the analysis and design of the application, which is part of the iteration phase. The analysis phase is carried out by making a document of the functional and non-functional requirements analysis of the system. For the design includes system design and database design. The system design uses the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the database design uses a conceptual model design called CDM and a physical model design called PDM. The results of this study are in the form of analysis (functional and non functional analysis documents) and design (UML, CDM, anf PDM) documents. The conclusion in this initial research is that the analysis and design documents are feasible to be used for the next stage, namely application development.
The Effect of Covid-19 Pandemic on Increasing Rice Tiwul Business Income Using System Dynamic Approach Titus Kristanto; Dewi Rahmawati; Ayu Endah Wahyuni; Muhammad Nasrullah; Reza Arindra Fadillah; Amanda Amalia
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In industry 4.0, the development of the food business is growing rapidly with the support of technology. His food business is tiwul rice. The establishment of the Nasi Tiwul SBR business began in March 2020 (coinciding with the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia). The problem that occurs in Nasi Tiwul SBR is increasing the in-come of tiwul rice during the Covid-19 pandemic. The approach taken in this research is to use a dynamic system approach. The purpose of using a dynamic system approach is to provide feedback on the behavior of the systems involved in the research, especially the owner of the tiwul rice business. The result of this research is to increase the business income of tiwul rice and increase the market share of tiwul rice products.
Multimedia and E-Learning Innovations in Developing Tolerance in a Pandemic Era: Lessons from Pangandaran Mulyana, Asep; Mundayat, Aris Arif; Sukmajati, Mada
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The spread of the Covid-19 virus has prompted the government to carry out various restrictions on social mobility, including closing schools. Recent studies have demonstrated the dynamics and problems in online learning, but very few of them reveal innovative online learning best practices. This article analyzes the innovation of multimedia learning and e-learning at SMK Bakti Karya Parigi (SBK), Pangandaran, in developing tolerance. Through phenomenology as a research strategy, the object of research is approached by giving space for experience-based subjectivity. Meanings, attitudes, beliefs, and emotions are important data components. Based on nine months of observations and in-depth interviews with stakeholders, this article discusses how multimedia learning and e-learning innovations are built during a pandemic. The results of this study indicate that this school has developed innovative programs, including the Vocational Balancing Program (VBP). Through VBP, SBK students interact in assisting Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in local villages to integrate with the online marketplace. They build creative content that promotes these SMEs amid the sluggishness due to the pandemic. The learning process that involves the dissemination of knowledge, discourse, experience, consciousness, and emotions is what breeds tolerance among SBK students. This study makes a theoretical contribution to the important role of knowledge and discourse, the function of consciousness and emotion, and the workings of discursive practice in the formation of educational subjects.
Efforts of Milkfish Pond Farmers in Managing Psychological Stress and Remaining Productive in The Time of the Covid-19 Pandemic Cahyono, Bagus Dwi; Huda, Nurul; Aristawati, Evy
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a far-reaching impact both directly and indirectly, including milkfish farmers. The enactment of Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) and continued with the Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM) will impact them. The impact can be in the form of psychological stress that can cause a decrease in mood or work passion which has implications for a decrease in their productivity. This study aims to explore how milkfish pond farmers are trying to manage their psychological stress and remain productive during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research method is qualitative by thoroughly investigating and understanding the existing phenomena, starting from data processing, data triangulation, and data analysis. The sample of this research is milkfish pond farmers and policymakers related to milkfish cultivation. The sampling technique used is snowball sampling starting from policymakers to milkfish pond farmers until saturation or similarity of answers is found from the research subjects. The results of this study indicate that milkfish pond farmers experience psychological stress and decreased mood on levels that vary from mild to moderate. However, they are still trying to stay productive during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research implies that the stress level and mood of milkfish farmers and their coping mechanisms to decrease stress levels. The contribution of this research is as basic data for further researchers to develop applied research such as safe interventions to reduce stress levels and improve the mood of milkfish pond farmers.
Startup and MSME’s Development: Identification Based on Business Characteristics of The Millenial Generation in Padang City Andriani, Chichi; Thaib, Ilham
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This study aims to identify and explain the characteristics of the start-up business of the millennial generation in the city of Padang as a process for startup and MSMEs development. The population in this study is a pioneering business for the millennial generation, namely all coffee shops in Padang city. The sampling technique used purposive sampling technique with the criteria; the coffee shop owners is a millennial generation with birth years 1995-2010, the age of the company ranges from 1-5 years, has more than 2 employees and has a profit above IDR.10,000,000/year. The number of samples in this study using the opinion of Hairs et all so that the samples used were 180 coffee shops. Research data were collected through questionnaires and data analysis using descriptive statistical analysis techniques. From the research results obtained characteristics of; gender, age, educational background, marital status, length of business establishment, number of employees, a form of business ownership, availability of wifi/internet facilities for visitors, membership status on online shopping applications, total sales per year, business ownership status, business legal entity status, separation of company finances from personal finances, business development plans, profit adequacy business and allowance for operating results. Of the 16 characteristics, it is hoped that they will be able to assist in the start-up process and MSMEs development for the millennial generation in Padang city.
Low Back Pain Therapy with Back Massage, Acupressure and Ginger Compress Aura, Jihan; Purwitasari, Neny; Adianti, Myrna
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Low back pain (LBP) is defined as a sensation of pain and discomfort localized below the 12th rib and above inferior gluteal folds. In this case study, based on traditional medicine the client's LBP is due to kidney deficiency syndrome especially the kidney Qi and the damp-cold pathogen attack. Which is caused by bad habits, trauma, the living environment tends to be humid that can injure the kidneys, bladder which makes the kidney Qi weak and cause damp-cold pathogens to settle easily. The purpose is to know the effect of combination therapy for a back massage, acupressure at Shenshu (BL23), Weizhong (BL 40), Taixi (KI 3), and Sanyinjiao (SP 6) and ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.) compress on low back pain sufferers. For the methods, the clients with LBP were given massage therapy in the back and acupressure points at Shenshu (BL 23), Weizhong (BL 40), Taixi (KI 3), and Sanyinjiao (SP 6) as well as given ginger herbal compresses (Zingiber officinale Rosc.) 12 times within 1 week 2 times of therapy. The ginger used is red ginger as much as 20 grams each time therapy. The results of the treatment of LBP were that massage combination therapy on the back area and acupressure at the points Shenshu (BL 23), Weizhong (BL 40), Taixi (KI 3), and Sanyinjiao (SP 6) and presented a ginger herbal compress (Zingiber officinale Rosc.) can help with low back pain. Conclusion: Back Massage therapy, acupressure, and ginger compress could reduce low back pain.
Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) Risk Assessment for Gorontalo Regency in Indonesia Using Geographic Information System Pakaya, Ririn; Hano, Yanti Hz.; Olii, Muhammad Ramdhan
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Inadequate planning, housing, water, sewage, and waste management in urban and semi-urban areas produced ideal conditions for dengue viruses and their mosquito vector Aedes Aegypti to spread throughout the region over the preceding decade. Dengue prevention is primarily focused on vector control (chemical spraying, biological control, physical removal of breeding grounds, and infrastructure enhancement) and community education in the absence of a vaccine. They have not influenced the prevalence of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) Public health surveillance is the systematic and continuous collection of data and information on events, health problems, and conditions that influence the occurrence and spread of disease to plan, implement, and evaluate public health practices. It is crucial in dengue management since it determines the number and distribution of cases, viral serotypes, and severity of disease in a community. The purpose of this article is to examine the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to determine the spatial distribution of the DHF Risk map in the Gorontalo Regency. The GIS system's overlay operation is utilized to combine two maps, namely the DHF hazard map and the DHF vulnerability map. The findings reveal that the Gorontalo Regency is dominated by low-risk classes, with a total area of 99,716.7 ha (46.52%). The GIS approach might be used to assess transmissible DHF risk zoning, which would aid in enhancing DHF and other vector-borne disease surveillance strategies to promote prevention and control efforts.
Sipp Application Development Effort in Supporting the Digitalization of Tri Dharma at The Universitas Negeri Semarang Setiawan, Avi Budi; Widyastuti, Ariyani; Putra, Anggyi Trisnawan; uminar; Wicaksana, Tania
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Technology has helped humans in various fields, for example in the field of research and service. The Institute for Research and Community Service (LPPM) Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES) in its role in realizing the responsibility for the Tri Dharma of Higher Education, has changed the procedure for evaluating the instrument which was originally manual to be more effective and efficient through an application called SIPP (Management Information System). Research and Service) which can be accessed on the website. This change is expected to create even better conditions. However, these existing facilities are not well received. This can be seen from the many researchers who are late in collecting research instruments and even less familiar with this SIPP application. Data analysis techniques used in this study include transcripts of the results of field surveys, observations and interviews, data reduction, analysis, data interpretation and triangulation.
Best Practice Layer 2 Security for remote Vocational Education Priambodo, Dimas Febriyan; Syamsiah, Nurul; Setiawan, Hermawan; Yulandi
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Open standards especially OSI are built to separate each layer and work without knowledge of each other. This concept also means if one layer is hacked, communication is compromised without another layer alert. In best practice, layer 2 security is underrated as it is considered that security has been built through the application layer. In vocational education who are prepared to work directly in the real world, should not be forgotten to be taught. This method proposed online education for teaching layer 2 security with HyperV virtual machine to build attack and defend scenarios. Hyper V is used because windows have been installed in almost all students. In Defcon was also used HyperV was found to be able to operate to respond to attack scenarios in the second layer of security. This system was implemented in 20 students (all population in class) of security engineering in the polytechnic XYZ and shows a significant increase with normal data in statistical approach with t-test. This approach causes an increase in student scores by 12.307% by implementing a new system.

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