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Fitness Analysis Of Water Suitability For Seaeed Cultivation Kappahycus Alvarezii In South Buton Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Fadhli Insani Ihsan; Hasni Y. Azis; Ansar Amran
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.127

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Seaweed cultivation in Indonesia is more focused on the production of Kappaphycus alvarezii species as a carrageenan producer. Land suitability analysis is an important stage in the preparation of spatial planning for coastal areas. This study aims to determine the appropriate location of the waters based on physical and chemical parameters using GIS. The research method is survey methods to get actual data related to seaweed cultivation activities. The spatial analysis of land suitability was carried out with a geographic information system based on the results of the x-weight score. The results of the analysis show that the spatial distribution that can be used for seaweed cultivation in the Batauga sub-district is 280 ha (very suitable) and Sampolawa 519 ha (very suitable), 838 ha (suitable), 234 ha (unsuitable).
The Role Of Quality, Promotion And Trust In Purchase Decisions At PT. Weedo Niaga Global Syaifullah; Ester Hervina Sihombing; Maya Andriani; Sabaruddin Chaniago; Manda Dwipayani Bhastary
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.132

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In this era of globalization and technology, there is a demand for changes in all areas of business in the world today. One of them is in the field of marketing. The development of the information technology system which is growing rapidly and increasingly sophisticated has made the company take advantage of the marketing and selling interests of its products. This research aims to examine the effect of product quality, promotion and trust on purchasing satisfaction at PT Weedo Niaga Global both partially and simultaneously. This study used a descriptive research design with a quantitative approach. The software used to manage and analyze this data is SPSS version 25. The sample was determined using random sampling of 115 respondents. Data collection was carried out by means of a questionnaire. Based on the results of statistical tests, it is known that the variables of product quality, promotion, trust and purchase decisions are normally distributed data, the independent variables do not occur multicollinearity and heteroscedasticity. From the results of the determination coefficient of 51.7%. The t test results show that the value of product quality is 3.239> 1.98118 with sig 0.002 <0.05 means that product quality has a positive and significant effect on purchasing decisions, the promotional value of 5.454> 1.98118 with sig 0.000 <0.05 means that promotion has a positive and significant effect on purchasing decisions, and the value of trust 2.983> 1.98118 with sig 0.004 <0.05 means that trust has a positive and significant effect on purchasing decisions. While the f test results show the value of 39,581> 2.69 with sig 0.000 <0.05, so simultaneously the variables of product quality, promotion and trust have a significant effect on purchasing decisions.
Design And Build A Room Security System Based On Internet Of Things (IOT) Juman Kundang K; Tjahjono B; Yulhendri; Apresia Kadek
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.186

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Workspace or home security systems required special attention, especially in the issue of locks for room security that must be unique, not easily opened by unauthorized people to enter the room. In this research, indoor security systems applied Internet of things (IoT), the use of MQTT Broker which functions as a getway for data transactions between publishers and subscribers, power supply and ESP8266. The method to building the smart doorlock was use prototype method, designed the system and design diagrams, used UML (Unified Manipulation Language), the analysing problem used the PIECES method. The use of the MQTT broker functions as a gateway to connect publishers, subscribers, power supplies and the ESP8266 wifi module which functions as a gateway between devices to the mobile. The result of this researched was prototype the smart door lock system using IoT.
The Development of Agritourism Village Area (case study at Kemuning Lor Village Arjasa Subdistrict Jember Regency) Dewi Kurniawati; Rizal Perlambang CNAWP; Oktanita Jaya A.; M. Rizal Umami
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.188

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One of the famous tourist attractions in Jember and became the icon of the agritourism village since 2009 in Jember Regency is Kemuning Lor Village, Arjasa subdistrict, Jember regency. This case makes the background of the research entitled the development of Agrowisata Village in Kemuning Lor Village, Arjasa District, Jember Regency. The objectives of this research are: 1) to know the economic empowerment of the community in the village of agritourism; 2) to identify the impact of tourism village development on community income; 3) to identify regional cooperation in the management of agritourism areas; and 4) to analyze the appropriate policy to the development of agritourism areas. This research uses descriptive research type. Research results are (1) the empowerment that already exists in the village of agritourism for example economic learning through the formation of skill groups with training models, economic learning through the formation of art groups, empowerment models through agent of change ,; (2) The impact of tourism village development on community income does not affect the income of the community. The increase of community income that occurred at the time of the study was due to the outside income of the farm, not the existence of an agritourism village. (3) Local government cooperation in managing the agritourism area included aspects: 1) Human Resource; 2) capital; 3) production; 4) distribution; 5) marketing; 6) competitiveness; and (7) Analysis of development policy of agritourism village in Kemuning Lor in, Arjasa sub-district, Jember regency as follows: tourism development policies especially agritourism villages already exist but have not run optimally in accordance with the vision and mission of the Tourism Office.
Trust of Information Technology Governance in High School Institution (HSI): A Conceptual Framework Resad Setyadi; Aedah Abd Rahman; Aang Subiyakto; Anwar Fattah
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.189

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This study aims to build a conceptual framework for previous research. This research is related to High School Institutions (HSI) readiness and usability that provides Information Technology Governance Trust (ITGT). The findings based on the literature review provide the initial construction and subsequently become a model conceptual framework. The comparison results with previous research indicate an influence between readiness and usability to user trust when implementing Information Technology Governance (ITG.) in an institution. The impact was identified through past literature, namely assessing the relationship between the Readiness Domain and the Usability Domain towards ITG. By testing high school institutional users (HSI), a trust will be through testing to develop a framework model research.
Patient Expectations on How Doctors Deliver Bad News (Case Study of Cancer Patients in Jambi City) Ganiem, Leila Mona; Hasanah Suryani Utami
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.190

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Abstract: Research related to patient expectations has existed, but not specifically in Indonesia, especially in Jambi. For this reason, this study is aimed, firstly, to find out the patient's opinion on how doctors deliver bad news according to the SPIKES stage. The second objective was to explore patients' opinions regarding their expectations about the way doctors communicate bad news, namely cancer diagnosis and prognosis in breast cancer patients, taking into account the SPIKES protocol. This case study research uses a qualitative approach. Research in the city of Jambi in January - November 2019, used interviews with eight informants, namely female patients who saw an oncologist (cancer). Interviews were conducted with each informant and also to the group. Doctors only use some stages, namely stages, interview, giving knowledge, strategy, and summary. The patients studied think that the doctor passes through stages, perception, and invitation. There was a large tendency in the Emotions with the empathic response stage, patients who felt that they were given attention to the patient's emotional condition with an empathetic response, only a small proportion did not feel the doctor's empathic response. Expectations of patients, doctors pay attention to the stages of SPIKES as well as the dimensions of content and dimensions of relationships in delivering bad news about a diagnosis of the disease.
Manufacture Glycerol Byproducts From Waste Cooking Oil Through The Transesterification Process In Various Brands Of Oil In The Indonesian Market suryani, monica
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.192

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Abstract. Waste cooking oil is oil that has been used repeatedly, up to 2-4 times in the frying pan. The large number of Indonesian people who often consume waste cooking oil due to economic factors. The use of oil repeatedly reduces the nutritional value and affects the quality and value of fried food ingredients. However, this waste is very useful, it can be processed into glycerol which is useful in the cosmetic industry. The objective of this research is to prove that the glycerol byproduct of waste cooking oil with various oil brands in the Indonesian market has similar functional groups to commercial glycerol. The research was carried out experimentally by making glycerol using waste cooking oil. Glycerol is made using a transesterification process. Transesterification (alcoholic reaction) is a vegetable fat or oil that is reacted with alcohol to produce an ester and glycerol as a byproduct with the help of an alkaline catalyst. Evaluation of glycerol includes organoleptic, specific gravity, viscosity, glycerol content, ash content, moisture content, and sugar content. The results of the study using FTIR showed that the commercial glycerol wave number was 3291cm-1, brand X at 3291cm-1, and brand Y at 3267cm-1, which indicated the presence of an OH (hydroxyl) group. Commercial glycerol absorption bands at 2931 and 2877 cm-1, brand X at 2933 and 2879 cm-1, and brand Y at 2931 and 2877cm-1, indicating the presence of aliphatic (alkyl) CH groups. Based on the research results, it can be concluded that the glycerol byproduct of waste cooking oil using the Indonesian market brands X and Y has similar functional groups to commercial glycerol. However, glycerol is the byproduct of waste cooking oil brand X which has the most similarities with commercial glycerol. Keyword: waste cooking oil, glycerol, transesterification, oil Indonesian market
Mind Covid, Remember Mask" To Reduce Corona Spreading (A Case Study In The Johan Pahlawan Sub-District, Meulaboh City, West Aceh) Musliyadi; Irmayanti
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.193

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The coronavirus spread has been the main issue among Acehnese people since it occurred. Every day, people get infected; some people also are starting to recover from the coronavirus. The governments have been working to reduce the risked people and infected victims by providing various personal protective equipment and educating the public about the virus and its threats. Those all require society to obey them, such as wearing masks to avoid being infected or transmit to other people. Until now, the spread of the coronavirus is also very high trending. The Covid-19 task force in Jakarta on February 16th, 2021 recorded that the ratio of coronavirus cases has reached 38.34 percent. This figure shows the highest daily record since the pandemic took place. This study used a descriptive method with a qualitative approach. Data collection was performed by interviewing several communities in the Johan Pahlawan sub-district, monitoring and observing in the field, and reading relevant sources. The study found a low level of community compliance with health protocols. The use of masks is still very lacking; people only wear masks when raids are carried out on the streets by joint government officials
Marketing Analysis Of Beef Cattle In Landono And Mowila Subdistricts Of South Konawe Regency Munadi, Laode; Rahim Aka; La Ode Muh Munadi; Razak Ali; Muhammad Amrullah Pagala; Syamsuddin
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.194

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Research has been conducted in Landono and Mowila Subdistricts of South Konawe Regency in October-December 2020. The subjects of the study were ranchers and beef cattle traders. Location determination is done intentionally (purposive sampling) while farmers who become respondents are taken as many as 60 people, consisting of 30 respondents each sub-district, which is determined randomly simple (simple random sampling). Research variables are characteristics of respondents including age, education, business experience, number of family members, channels and marketing institutions, margins, costs and profits between marketing agencies. The results showed marketing channels, namely, Farmers→The Final Consumer (Channel I), Farmers → End Consumer → Collectors (Channel II), Farmers → Large Traders→ End Consumers (Channel III), Farmers→ Collector Traders→ Large Traders→The Final Consumer (Channel IV). Marketing margin on channel III (Rp 1,088,571/tail) and channel IV (Rp 1,088,571/tail), lowest on channel II (Rp 765,556/tail). The institutions that get the highest profit are large traders (Rp 998,571/tail), the lowest collector traders (Rp 575,556/tail).
Motivation Of Bali Cattle Farmers Tinanggea and Palangga Subdistrict South Konawe Regency Munadi, Laode; Harapin Hafid; La Ode Muh Munadi; Deki Zulkarnain; Sitti Rahma Ratu Pujian
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i3.195

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Tinanggea and Palangga subdistricts of South Konawe Regency have many cattle farmers and relatively more populations than other livestock. The research aims to find out the motivation of farmers in raising bali cattle in Tinanggea and Palangga subdistricts in June - July 2020. Sub-districts and villages were determined by purposive sampling based on the largest number of livestock, while respondents selected as many as 60 farmers in simple random sampling. Furthermore, the data obtained is analyzed using The Likert scale and explained derpively. The results showed a strong reason farmers keep Balinese cattle because of economic motivation (68.8%), entertainment motivation (56%), environmental motivation (36%), and (4) social status motivation (22%).