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International Journal of Community Service & Engagement
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27464032     DOI : 10.47747
Core Subject : Humanities, Social,
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement (IJCSE) is a peer-reviewed and international multidisciplinary journal published by Training & Research Institute - Jeramba Ilmu Sukses. The journal covers all areas of scientific and applied studies that benefit local, regional, national, and international communities. These topics include marketing for SMEs, public health, social marketing, art, language education, environmental education, engineering, information technology, general science, and others. IJCSE is published four times a year (February, May, August, and November). e-ISSN: 2746-4032. The Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is assigned to each published article and the journal is indexed by Crossref.
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Production of Free Radicals by Mitochondria: A Biochemistry Approach Usman Garba Kurmi; Fatima Abubakar; Ruqayya Ali Uthman; Isah Adamu Baushe; Hadiza Abubakar Balkore; Khadija Muhammad; Prosper Obed Chukwuemeka
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 1 No. 01 (2020)
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The production of superoxide by mitochondria strongly depends on the mitochondrial respiratory chain. It is believed that the acetylation of cytochrome c prevents its reoxidation by mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase and direct reduction by NADH-or succinate-dependent cytochrome c reductase. It is believed that ubiquinone can be one of the major producers of superoxide because the depletion of endogenous ubiquinone resulted in the formation of diminishing hydrogen peroxide.
Employees Work Motivation and Its Effect on their Performance Chethan Kumar M. J.
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 1 No. 01 (2020)
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Working condition denotes all the organisation inputs which aim at the employees satisfactions among enhancing organisation effectiveness. The basic purpose is to develop jobs and working conditions that are excellent for employees as well as the health of the organisation. It refers to level of satisfaction through working condition and employee relation as well as labour’s relation. This study is focus on to understand the working condition, labour relation in different sectors. For the purpose of the study data has been collected from both primary and secondary source. Primary data has been collected from labour class who have working at different companies. Secondary data has been collected from journals, books and internet. Collected data has been analysed, interpreted and conclusion is drawn at the end.
Reliability Analysis Between the Relationship of Entrepreneurial Competency with Human Capital Development: An Initial Survey Among Brunei Darussalam Youth Entrepreneurs Muhammad Arsyad Hafizuddin; Muhammad Lutfi bin Abdul Lattif
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 1 No. 01 (2020)
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Human Capital Development is a theme that is widely discussed particularly in academic, economic and development discussions. In the concept of economics, human capital sees itself as 'capital'. Thus, in the context of Brunei Darussalam, economic development especially in the field of entrepreneurship is expanding and more importantly the entrepreneurial (human capital) profession is increasingly accepted by the community especially among Brunei Darussalam youth. Therefore, this study aimed to examine the characteristics of entrepreneurship competency among youth entrepreneurs in Brunei Darussalam and to identify the relationship of entrepreneurial competence with human capital development as a preliminary study(pilot study). This study design was a quantitative study using questionnaire form modified by the researcher himself as the main instrument. The sample of this study consisted of 32 Brunei Darussalam youthentrepreneurs by purposive sampling and convenience of 17 male youth entrepreneurs and 15 female youth entrepreneurs. The data obtained will be analyzed using Statistical Package For Social Sciences (SPSS) software to gain validity and reliability of each variable construct. It is hoped that the results of this study provide some initial input on Brunei Darussalam's youth entrepreneurs as human capital in th country's development through entrepreneurship.
The Effect of Service on Customer Satisfaction at PT Pandu Siwi Sentosa M. Edwin Tri Oktareza; Hamid Halin; Susi Handayani
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 1 No. 01 (2020)
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This study aims to measure the effect of service on customer satisfaction at PT Pandu Siwi Sentosa. Data were collected through questionnaires on 50 PT Pandu Siwi Sentosa consumers and analysed using simple linear regression. The results of the investigation prove that service has a positive and significant effect on customer satisfaction. The coefficient of determination of 0.577 indicates that service contributes 57% to customer satisfaction, while the remaining of 43% is explained by other variables not included in this study. Based on the results, the decision holders at PT Pandu Siwi Sentosa should improve the quality of service to increase the level of customer satisfaction.
Effect of Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Employee Performance at PT Surya Dermato Medica Palembang Fatma Triani; Hamid Halin; Muhammad Wadud
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This study aims to investigate the effect of organizational citizenship behavior on employee performance at PT Surya Dermato Medica Palembang. The total sample of 51 was all employees of PT Surya Dermato Medica. Data were collected through observation and questionnaires, and analyzed using simple linear regression on SPSS V23. The results show that organizational citizenship behavior has a positive and significant effect on employee performance. The R2 value of 0.538 indicates that employee performance can be explained by organizational citizenship behavior by 53.8%.
Impact of Political Institution Role to Anti-Corruption Perception Index: An Experience From Indonesia Muhamad Ferdy Firmansyah
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
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Indonesian democracy from every period of government will continue to experience development towards maturity. In the life of the state, corruption cannot be separated. The role of political institutions and democratic maturity is very large in eradicating corruption, collusion and nepotism. This study uses secondary data, with used the Indonesian Democracy Index (IDI) and the Anti-Corruption Perspectives Index (Indeks Persepsi Anti-Korupsi/IPEK) which is sourced from the Indonesian Central Statistics Agency. Data processing using multiple linear regression statistical analysis. The Indonesian Democracy Index consists of variables of the role of the DPRD, the role of political parties, the role of the local government bureaucracy and the role of an independent judiciary. It was found that the role of DPRD has a significant positive effect on IPAK, the role of political parties has a significant negative effect on IPAK, the role of local government bureaucracy is significant positive and the role of an independent court is not significantly negative for IPAK. It is hoped that to improve the social community that is aware on anti-corruption, it is necessary to increase the role of the DPRD and the role of the local government bureaucracy in accordance with their duties and functions in the government together to eradicate corruption and form a new culture oriented towards the prevention and eradication of corruption.
Effect of Price and Promotion on Car Purchase Decisions at PT Encar Daihatsu Lubuklinggau Supriyanto Supriyanto; Ronal Aprianto Ronal; Melvin Melisa
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of price and promotion on car purchasing decisions at PT Encar Daihatsu, Lubuklinggau City. The population in this study was 138 and the sample was 58 respondents. The data analysis method used is the regression test, correlation coefficient test, t test, determination coefficient test, and F test. Price results (X1) on Purchase Decisions (Y) have a significant effect with tcount of 5.074> t-table value of 1.673 significant 0.000 < 0.05. Promotion Results (X2) on Purchase Decisions (Y) have a significant effect with the tcount of 4.499> the ttable value of 1.673 significant 0.000 <0.05. Price (X1) and Promotion (X2) on Purchase Decision (Y) have a significant effect with the value of Fcount (27.461)> Ftable (3.18) significant 0.000 <0.05. The conclusion is that Price and Promotion have partial or simultaneous effect on Car Purchase Decisions at PT Encar Daihatsu, Lubuklinggau City.
The Effect of Work Discipline on Employees Performance with Motivation as a Moderating Variables in the Inspectorate Office of Musi Rawas District Surajiyo Surajiyo; Suwarno Suwarno; Indrawati Mara Kesuma; Tri Gustiherawati
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
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This study aims to determine the effect of work discipline and employee performance and the influence of motivation on the relationship between work discipline and employee performance. Work discipline is an attitude that is indispensable for everyone to improve performance in order to achieve organizational goals. Motivation leads to disciplinary attitudes, high motivation for work discipline can affect employee performance. This study uses simple regression analysis and interaction test or Moderated Regression Analysis (MRA) The population in this study includes employees at the Inspectorate Office of Musi Rawas Regency. The sample of this study amounted to 68 employees, selected using a saturated sampling method. The data collection technique used a questionnaire. The results of this study indicate that work discipline has a significant effect on employee performance (Y), as evidenced by the value t_count for the Work Discipline variable (X_1) is greater than the t-table value. This indicates a significant influence between Work Discipline (X_1) on Employee Performance (Y) at the Inspectorate Office of Musi Rawas Regency. So it can be said that the hypothesis is accepted. The next result is that the motivation variable is a moderating moderating variable in the relationship between work discipline and employee performance. Motivation as a moderation variable affects the relationship between Work Discipline (X_1) and Employee Performance (Y). So, Motivation (X_2) as a Moderation variable has an effect on the relationship of Work Discipline (X_1) and Employee Performance (Y) at the Inspectorate Office of Musi Rawas Regency. Thus it can be concluded that the hypothesis is accepted. So it can be said that the Motivation variable (X_2) as a Moderation variable affects the relationship between the Work Discipline variable (X_1) on Employee Performance (Y). Motivation as a moderation variable has an influence on the relationship between work discipline and employee performance. So, giving motivation to employees is important so that giving motivation should be further improved at the Inspectorate Office of Musi Rawas Regency so that employee performance can increase even more.
Narratological Analysis of Temporality in Novel Nasr M. A. Abdulrraziq; Ayman E. M. Geedallah
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
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This paper definitely attempts to intermingle them with regard to structural analysis. It adopted the theory of Gerard Genette,  the analysis of the famous novel  Great Expectations  by Charles Dickens, the main discussion concerns order and duration whereas frequency is ruled out. Consequently, order can be presented by two different narrative techniques; through the profound analysis of analepsis and prolepsis to show the chronological and anachronological order of the novel. A further analysis of the novel also includes the alternation of the four narrative movements of duration which are divided into techniques of deceleration; descriptive pause and scene whereas techniques of accelerations; ellipsis and summary. The diagrams and tables of the study aim to reach semi-statistical deduction for the chronological techniques of anachronism and its effect on the structure of the narrative time of the novel as whole, which gives a general idea about the system of the time in novel.
Application of CISG in Arbitration: A Combined Procedure or Parallel Procedure? Md. Habib Alam
International Journal of Community Service & Engagement Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
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CISG and arbitration are connected with each other. They may work through a combined or parallel procedure. Globalization of trade desires uniformity in trade. For uniformity of trade, we require uniform law. The arbitration may not work to make it uniform, but choosing any uniform law (i.e. CISG), it may lead to deal a particular arbitration in the international standard. The international standard may be maintained while considering the uniform law. Choosing uniform law (i.e. CISG), it may minimize the risk of wrong interpretation and put the arbitral parties on “equal footing”. Parties may consider CISG as the applicable law in their arbitral agreements. As of 13 February 2021, 94 states signed the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods 1980 (CISG). The frontline trading states like the USA, Australia, Israel, Canada, China, Germany, France, Russia, and Japan are contracting states of CISG. This research emphasizes providing guidelines as to how parties may apply CISG into their arbitral agreements by maintaining the international standard.