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International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research
Published by Future Science
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27745368     DOI : 10.11594/ijmaber
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research is a peer-reviewed in a monthly basis that publishes full-length papers. it is to enhance the dissemination of knowledge across the multidisciplinary community. We are particularly interested in papers relevant to all disciplines. The editorial board is keep to receive articles that address all areas. The editorial board is keep to receive articles that address, inter alia, the following business scientific fields: General management International business trategic management Marketing Supply chain management Operations management Knowledge management Management of education Organization studies Entrepreneurship Small and medium enterprise Innovation Human resource management Information technology E-business Financial management and time series analysis. Education Social Sciences Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Economic Development Tourism Development Arts and Language Sports Theory Others The above areas are just indicative and the editors, in principle, welcome rigorous articles that encompass any scientific business and management field.
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Utilization of the Teacher-Made Strategic Intervention Material with Google Classroom in Improving the Performance of the Challenged Learn-ers Abraham Cacay
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.01

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This classroom-based action research aimed to improve the performance of the challenged learners in Physical Science. The combination of Strategic Intervention Material (SIM) with the aid of Google Classroom was employed as an innovation to help the respondents master the competency-based skills that they were not developed during regular classroom teaching. In a combination of qualitative and quantitative designs, this research employed observation and participation, survey, and content-based assessment as data-gathering instruments. There were 40 identified challenged learners selected purposively (10 students for each of the four sections) based on their achievement scores after the long quiz, who took part in the study. The quantitative data were processed through Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), while the obtained qualitative data were interpreted using the phenomenological methodology. Results revealed an increase in the performance level of the challenged learners based on the increase of the mean percentage score of the posttest. Additionally, it showed that SIM promotes learning retention based on their scores in the delayed-posttest, and Google classroom motivates their learning intention towards the subject, Physical Science.
The increasing of Human Resources quality Through Food Security in Semarang City (A Study of Legal Anthropology) Emy Handayani; Satrio Adi Wicaksono
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.17

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Development of food security has a strategic meaning in development in an area through its human resources, in accordance with Constitution number 18 of 2012 concerning food, that the provincial, district / city and / or village governments determine the type and amount of certain food reserves according to the consumption needs of the local community. The Human Development Index (HDI) also states that three factors determine the Human Development Index, namely education, health, and economy, so the quality of human resources is very influential and has an important role in developing and managing food so that a synergistic relationship between various aspects of the food security development in a region is needed. In this study, improving the quality of human resources in the city of Semarang in terms of the Anthropological Study of Law on food security, the method used through a normative juridical approach that is the law conceptualized as a normative symptom in legislation with the legal anthropological approach, the population in this study is the Department of Agriculture Semarang City with samples of food products in improving the quality of its human resources The results of this study comes through the Empirical Legal Anthropology approach, the support of strong and effective food institutions can spur growth, development and improvement of food, the nutritional status improvement of the community is very influential in improving the quality of human resources in increasing intelligence and the performance of human resources in determining future growth as one of strengthening local food security in the city of Semarang. With the availability of high quality human resources characterized by a strong physical, strong mental, excellent health and mastering science and technology can support the development of the city of Semarang.
Existence of Sobokartti Building as A Physical Culture in Semarang City in Law Anthropology Approach Emy Handayani; Satrio Adi Wicaksono
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.16

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Physical culture can be understood as objects created by human beings which are an embodiment of the growth and development of cultural values ​​in a particular society, in the form of buildings that have been designated as cultural heritage buildings in the city of Semarang. The building is the Semarang Sobokartti building on Jalan Dr. Cipto Semarang, which is a reflection of the development of humans to always preserve culture both Javanese culture and western or European culture The approach used in this research is an empirical approach and a comparative approach to law anthropology. In an empirical approach, the sobokartti building is a physical culture which is a historic building that accommodates traditional arts which are closely related to Javanese culture, namely karawitan training, puppetry routine, puppetry courses, host courses, dancing courses and batik training. It should be appreciated because the community can maintain its preservation until now by showing the existence of Javanese culture with a love for culture that deserves to be preserved and for the nation's successor generation. Likewise with a comparative approach, it is said that the existence of physical culture in the sobokartti building is expected by the government to have regulations on cultural heritage objects, namely historic buildings or ancient buildings of the Sobokartti Semarang building as outlined in the Cultural Heritage Law No. 11 of 2010 to protect cultural heritage buildings with the aim of preserving, utilizing, and maintaining the beauty of a cultural heritage building Sobokartti Semarang. Suggestions that will be used in this research that is the role of the Government and Society to maintain physical cultural wealth should be developed by the nation's next generation, with the utilization of the Sobokartti building can provide sustainable use. So that, the Government and the community have the desire to protect and preserve the function of the Sobokartti Semarang building.
The Shifting Role of Accountants in the Era of Digital Disruption Mia Novinda Mujiono
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 11 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resea
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.18

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Pandemic and industrial revolution 4.0 made almost of all business activities and professional moved to digital way. People have to adapted to work with many innovations that emerged in the field of business which they work, including accountant. The era of digital disruption made the fundamental role of the accountant taken over by system or software. This phenomenon raises anxiety for a number of accountants, because their jobs are replaced by system, so companies can reduce the number of workers which classified as accountants. Whether the accountant will die along with the development of technological innovation? Certainly not. The purpose of this research is giving insight that accountants are required to be agile-learners who enrich skills with the aim of managing creativity and reasoning so that they are able to create infrastructure, platforms, and digital software that can control the automation in business. Using qualitative explanatory research method with literature review, observation, and interview, researcher found that the functional role of accountants is increasing, not only in financial reporting system proficiency, but especially in strategic business analysts with the help of business intelligence as the basis of decision making for business. Likewise technological innovation gave birth to another scientific field of business and accountant which enlarge job opportunities and threats as the results and implications. Keeping financial data and confidential information safe and secure should be the top priority for any business.
Predictors Affecting the Level of Work Satisfaction in Relation to the Job Performance Among Secondary School Teachers in the Division of Zambales During SY 2020-2021 Alma G. Villanueva; Thelma Q. Meer
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 11 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resea
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.02

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The research aimed to determine the Predictors Affecting the Level of Work Satisfaction in Relation to the Work Performance Among Secondary School Teachers in the Division of Zambales During SY 20120-2021. The descriptive research design were used with survey questionnaire as the data gathering.The study was limited on predictors affecting the level of work performance as to teaching hours, salary/remuneration, school officials/administrators, peer/colleagues, student factor, work environment and community supports predictors respectively. The respondents of the study were Secondary Teachers in the Division of Zambales. The findings revealed that the teacher-respondent is a typical female in her early adulthood, married, Roman Catholic, Mathematics major, Teacher 1, BS degree with masteral units of education and had been teaching for almost a decade. The teacher-respondent agreed on the predictors affecting the level of work performance as to teaching hours, salary/remuneration, school officials/administrators, peer/colleagues, student factor, work environment factor and community support. The teachers were rated “Very Satisfactory” on their level of work performance. There was a significant difference on the assessment towards salary/remuneration when grouped according to civil status, religion and highest educational attainment; on school officials/administrators when grouped according to position/designation. There was significant difference on the assessment of the teacher-respondents towards predictors affecting the level of work satisfaction. There was no significant relationship between the work satisfaction predictors and the level of work performance as reflected in the IPCRF performance rating.
Development of a Better Solid Waste Management Program for Sustainable Development in a Residential Subdivision Antoniette M. Almaden
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.03

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Proper implementation of Solid Waste Management (SWM) is an essential part for the protection of the residents’ health, safety and environmental quality. SWM methods have been adapted by many residential subdivisions into a more practical and effective option to establish sustainability based on the reduce, reuse, and recycle principles. This study aims to contribute a solution to the challenging operation of solid waste management in Modena Mactan subdivision (1) to comprehensively describe the homeowner’s status classification and demographic characteristics, (2) to evaluate volume of waste produced and recycled waste revenue collected, (3) to recognize homeowner’s perception on the current waste management status, and (4) to showcase feasible approaches for sustainable waste management program. The study applied the descriptive research design and was carried out to 93 homeowners who went through the (house-to-house) paper-pencil-questionnaire survey. Results showed that the subdivision produced an average of 33 tons or 16.974 kilograms of solid waste per household per month, and generated an amount of 1,369 PHP or 27.41 USD revenue from the segregated recyclable waste collected from August 1-28, 2021. Moreover, about 87% of the respondents found convenient and sought to change in paperless system. Conclusively, it was revealed that 74% of the respondents found the recycling incentive scheme more inclusive as a feasible approach for waste management strategy to sustain the solid waste management program in Modena Mactan subdivision, Basak, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines.
Reducing Ethnocentrism through Multiculturalism and Social Learning in Multicultural Societies Arturo Tagle
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.15

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Ethnocentrism is the belief that one’s own culture is centrally important and is superior to other cultures, and influences how people would communicate with others from different cultural backgrounds in a multicultural society. This study describes the perceptions of criminology faculty and students towards reducing ethnocentrism through multiculturalism and social learning. This quantitative descriptive research determined the perceptions of 50 purposively selected faculty member and 125 criminology students from selected universities in Metro Manila towards reducing ethnocentrism through multiculturalism and social learning. The researcher-developed questionnaire was administered online using Google Form. Data privacy and confidentiality were considered during the conduct of the entire study. Data were analysed using frequency and percentage distribution, mean, and rank. The majority of the respondents belong to the age group of 20 and younger. The respondents were dominated by males, and were singles. The majority of student respondents were in the first year. The majority of faculty respondents have master’s degree and 1- 10 years of teaching experience, and were regular/permanent employees. In terms of monthly gross income, 25 or 50% of faculty respondents earn P 30,000- 39,999.00. The majority of the faculty and criminology students believed that ethnocentrism can be reduced through multiculturalism and social learning, such that, social learning can be activated through self-awareness to tolerating differences to appreciating the benefits of differences. As gleaned from the study, ethnocentrism can be reduced by modeling an open-minded and accepting organizational climate amidst cultural diversity and complimenting social learning in developing social intelligence, promoting mutual respect, and active listening that leads to intercultural collaboration in this culturally diverse police force and societies.
Appropriating Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Basic Education Teacher Using Online Learning Instruction Charismarie Manacap; Paul Mari Tagaro; Anabelle Cose; Nelia Tagaro; Lynn Larida; Ditto Chiu; Pedro Acha; Pedrito S. Ocba Jr.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.05

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The digitalization of the world community and the advent of Covid-19 pandemic have created impact to the lives of the teachers and other stakeholders. This study provide knowledge on the teachers in terms of, pedagogical, content and technological knowledge in using technology as means of instruction and learning of the students. Findings have showed that teachers were knowledgeable in terms of technology as means of their pedagogical application, content matters and best practices in technology integration. Data further implied that teachers were knowledgeable with tech-ed either online or in the classroom settings. However, data suggests that there were some technical issues were perceived in technology integration.
Effectiveness of Blended Learning Modules as Correlates of Self-Efficacy of ALS Students: Basis for an Action Plan Dennis B. Anduyan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.06

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The study determined the effectiveness of blended learning modules as correlates to students' self-efficacy among students in the Alternative Learning Systems in Tagum, Davao del Norte during the second quarter of 2021. Findings will serve as bases for a proposed action plan. The researcher utilized quantitative, descriptive-correlational and predictive designs among 211 students in the Alternative Learning System in different centers in the Central Cluster in Tagum, Davao del Norte selected through random sampling. The researcher used adapted-and-modified questionnaires from the following: "Evaluating the Quality, Usability, and Potential Effectiveness of Online Learning Modules: A Case Study of Teaching with Technology Grant Recipients at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville" from Goode (2003) and “Self-Efficacy as an Engaged Learner” from Schunk and Mullen (2017). The researcher utilized mean and standard deviation, Pearson-r, and linear regression for data treatment. The effectiveness of blended learning module is high. Moreover, the student’s self-efficacy is also high. Both are manifested most of the time. There is a significant relationship between effectiveness of blended learning and student’s self-efficacy. Student’s self-efficacy is influenced on the following domains of effectiveness of blended learning modules: quality of content, usability, and potential tool for effective learning. The researcher recommends seminar and training for teachers particularly on creating and enhancing contents in the blended learning modality to improve the student’s self-efficacy.
Assessment of Sustainable Tourism in Region 7 and Its Implication Eira Y. Ralota; Mark Paul Danojog; Juan Gurrea; Roel P. Capucao; Noreen Merryl L. Casalta; Leonardo H. Tool Jr.; , Mary Rose T. Vasquez; Remegio Bergamo Jr.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/10.11594/ijmaber.02.11.14

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The tourism industry is one of the most forward-looking and dynamic in the world. It is critical to plan and grow tourism in a way that balances the needs of the environment, the economy, and society as a whole. Based on the findings it can be noted that the tourism industry cannot sustain itself without the help of community and local government units, which were mentioned in the interpretations of sustainable tourism by many local citizens and barangay officials. Hence, ensuring the sustainability of tourism development implies keeping high level of awareness and strong commitment among stakeholders regarding crucial issues like quality assurance and sustainable practices. The local government may support the development of tourism by allotting adequate budget that can be used for promotion and maintenance of the tourist destination. The participation of the local residents in the implementation of the tourism development plan may be solicited as with their local government.

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