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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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Improving the Level of Economic Development and Social Welfare in Rural Areas for Young People Fuad Jafarli
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One of the three global goals set by states is to eradicate poverty and ensure economic and social progress for all. Young people in many low- and middle-income countries face exceptional challenges in finding their place in a globalizing economy. Integrating hundreds of millions of young people into the labor market is one of the greatest global development challenges for decades to come. Rural populations all over the world are aging. The role of young people as drivers of change in agricultural and food systems and their place in rural labor markets is receiving increasing attention at the global level, especially as a result of increased global migration flows. How can this problem be transformed into a “youth” driving force for rural development? This paper argues for leveraging growing demand for agricultural products and recent advances in the agricultural sector to expand youth employment opportunities and promote attractive decent jobs, especially green jobs, in rural areas. The paper analyses the situation in our daily life, in which the proportion of the worldwide countries are dealing with the problem related to the economic development and social welfare in rural areas. The paper includes the following issues such as the attractiveness and creation of opportunities for youth and consideration of them as the main partners in rural areas play a crucial role nowadays. Moreover, green jobs as well are effective and efficient in enhancement of both productivity and sustainability of agricultural sphere. The question is how to transform this challenge into an opportunity and harness the energy of young people as a driving force for development. The role of young people as drivers of change in agro-food systems and their place in rural labor markets is receiving increasing attention at the global level, especially as a result of increased global migration flows. A top priority for developed and developing countries is to systematically mainstream youth rural decent employment issues into programs and investment projects in agriculture, value chains, agro-industry development, rural transformation, and sustainable food systems. This paper argues for expanding employment opportunities for youth through the creation of decent jobs, especially green jobs, in rural areas.
Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Changes in Weight, Consumption and Lifestyle in Indonesian Students Laras Sitoayu; Sarah Mardiyah; Vitria Melani; Lintang Purwara Dewanti; Putri Ronitawati; Sry Rizki Amelia; Rahmatia Risda
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The Covid-19 pandemic that has hit various parts of the world, including Indonesia, has had an impact on society. One of the layers of society that has experienced this impact is students. With the large-scale social restrictions, Indonesian students do a lot of activities at home. Many students become concerned with themselves, but there are also students who feel bored because of low social interaction which in turn causes high food consumption and sedentary behaviour at home. The objective of this study to determine changes in body weight, food consumption and lifestyle in Indonesian students. The design of this study was cross sectional, with descriptive analysis conducted on 1185 students in Indonesia. The results of the study stated that the pandemic had an impact on Indonesian students. During the pandemic as many as 67.1% of students experienced changes in the size of their BB. Most of the students experienced moderate stress (77.1%), and bad sedentary behaviour by 63.4%. However, diet and exercise habits have changed for the better as much as 52.6% and 63.7%, respectively. Indonesian students need to pay more attention to changes in body weight and lifestyle during the pandemic so as not to have a negative impact on health and nutritional status.
Learning of Science among Students at Risk of Dropping out (Sardo) Using Technology-Driven Intervention Mylene Amor Sayson Pañares; Reggie Sayson Ybanez
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The purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy of Technology-Driven Intervention in improving science learning among Alegria National High School students at risk of dropping out. This study focused on two groups of twenty (20) Grade 8 Students at Risk of Dropping Out. Ten SARDOs served as the control group and received work text intervention, while the other ten SARDOs received technology-driven intervention. Both groups performed POORLY in Science knowledge at the start of the experiment, according to the results. T-test results also revealed that both the work text intervention and the technology-driven intervention were effective in the learning of SARDOs. The mean gain scores of SARDOs that used technology-driven intervention, on the other hand, were significantly higher. The study concludes that a technology-based intervention is more effective than a traditional intervention for students at risk of dropping out.
Strengthening the Child’s Protection Program in the Philippines Froilan D. Mobo
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The impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic greatly affects not only the economy but also the society because the majority of the Filipino were unemployed which makes their lives and situations more devastated. There are many reports in the Philippines that violence on child at home – predominantly those children already living in vicious or dysfunctional family situations, (Ramirez, 2020). It was also reported that during the lockdown period in March 2020, The Philippine justice agencies and child protection shareholders rescued at least 136 victims, seized 30 suspects, and found 18 convictions. The Local Government Unit with the collaborations of the Barangay must strengthen the child protection program amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic this is to reduce child victims from violence to achieve the 17 sustainability and development of the United Nations.
Widowhood Rituals among Some Ethnic Groups Africa Alfred Dorgbetor
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Widowhood rites are widely believed to be practices that a bereaved spouse must undergo upon becoming a widow in many parts of the world. It is the time period during which a woman transitions from being a wife to being a widow in her family and community. Different societies associate widowhood with a variety of different customs and values, which have a significant impact on how it is experienced. This article therefore sought to examine the practice among some Ethnic groups in Ghana and some African countries.
Performance Assessment Task: A Point of Reference for Science Teachers - this Pandemic and Beyond Ananias C. Sabijon Jr.
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The pursuit for quality education, including that in the basic education levels, for sustainable development is clearly described in the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), one of the17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the UN. Accordingly, to equip students, with knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values they'll need to face the difficulties along with sustainable development, there is a need to update some processes currently utilized in science teaching and learning. For this reason, alternative activities and assessment methods, like the use of performance task assessment is needed to improve both the quality of teaching and to provide a meaningful learning experience to students. The purpose of this study was to provide relevant information from extant literature and a sample performance task assessment to encourage Science teachers to utilize these information in their classes. To achieve this purpose, significant information about performance task assessment and an original performance task assessment were presented. The use of performance assessment task is one alternative method to develop critical thinking skills, and to provide an education that is truly relevant to every student in the light of today’s challenges, like the pandemic. It could provide authentic and meaningful learning experience to students, and is very relevant in the context of coping with the challenges the science teachers have been facing. With the many pieces of evidence on its effectiveness and positive learning experience by students provided by literature, it is certain that the use of performance assessment task in Science classes cannot be overemphasized.
Performance and Effectiveness of Catholic Schools in Tagum Dennis B. Anduyan
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Schools and education authorities became increasingly aware of the need to be effective due to the pressures for accountability brought by national and local government levels and school stakeholders in relation to the demands of the new educational system. This study determined the performance of the schools and effectiveness of the administrators with the human resource development in the selected Catholic schools in Tagum, Davao del Norte. Findings of the study served as inputs for the improved administrative manual and school improvement plan. The study utilized mixed methods among the 250 participants. The instrument focused on the indicators based on the Fund for Assistance to Private Education. Vision and mission, curriculum and instruction, faculty development, student development, physical plant and facilities, financial and business administration, and school and community involvement were considered advanced and were sustained for a longer period of time. The administrators’ level of implementation in the human resource management and development functions was considered adequate. The implementation in terms of benefits, remuneration and evaluation were also evident. Employment policy, work regulations, discipline, leave of absence, and grievance and complaints were substantially observed. There is a significant relationship between the performance of schools and administrators’ effective implementation of human resource management and development functions. There was shared understanding on roles, responsibilities, and expectations by the stakeholders.
Coping Mechanisms of Hospitality Industry Workers in a Tourism Destina-tion during the Covid-19 Pandemic Bezaleel Joy Murchante Danay; Zephaniah Dela Cruz Danay; Cherry Colesio Escarilla; Jimmy Bernabe Maming
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The Covid-19 pandemic brought massive devastations to the different levels of society. The World Travel and Tourism Council had recently warned that Covid-19 pandemic could lead to a cut of 50 million jobs worldwide in the travel and tourism industry. A study conducted by Oxford reveals that Asia will be vilest to be affected by the pandemic and it would take time to recover its economy (Dogra, 2020). This means a wider and greater impacts to the different industries including the tourism sector. The study aims to explore the coping mechanisms of hospitality industry workers in Boracay Island during the Covid-19 pandemic particularly on their experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic and to determine the coping mechanisms of hospitality workers in Boracay Island being affected by the pandemic. The case study method through a qualitative analysis using Robert Yin's approach in the data analysis procedure to explore the data from the experiences of the key informants from the hospitality industry was used. Themes came out from the construct of the key informants like (1) hospitality industry workers experienced mental health, social, and economic issues, (2) The pandemic opens new opportunities and ways to cope with its effects. The output of this research is the proposed Danay, Danay, Escarilla, and Maming Model for Coping Mechanisms of Hospitality Industry workers during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Feasibility of Offering Bachelor of Technical Vocational Teacher Educa-tion (BTVTEd) Major in Computer Hardware Servicing in Sorsogon State University – Bulan Campus Jopet Vincent B. Medalla; Mark Anthony D. Dipad; Corazon G. Bongalosa
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Based on CHEd Memorandum Order No. 79, series of 2017, the Bachelor of Technical Vocational Teacher Education (BTVTEd) Major in Computer Hardware Servicing program is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable values and skills of computer service technicians in accordance with industry standards. This mixed design research sought to determine the feasibility of offering this program in Sorsogon State University - Bulan Campus (SorSU-BC). It was found that the offering of the program is highly necessary and can expect a moderate sufficiency of enrolees. The program will also provide significant benefits to the different domains of the society such as the government, the community, the business industries and the students. The offering of the program is also highly sustainable in terms of enrolment, faculty, competition and facilities. It is also consistent with the vision and mission of the university and adheres to the pertinent legal foundations. Generally, faculty requirements are complied with but there is a need to hire faculty members with master’s degree in technology education or its equivalent. The laboratories and physical facilities required for the offering of the program are already available considering the existence of the IT-education and teacher-education programs. Therefore, the offering of BTVTEd major in Computer Hardware Servicing is found to be feasible. It is recommended for SorSU Bulan Campus to craft a program curriculum for BTVTEd Computer Hardware Servicing so that it can be offered in the university with the approval of the Commission on Higher Education.
Agri-Farm Tourism in Region IV-A: Basis for a Proposed Development Plan Lady Michelle dP. Salarda
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Agri-Farm tourism in Region IV-A is very evident because of its rich farm lands. It is an indication that it gets to produce jobs and income to its people and the community at large. In order to develop sustainable Agri-farm tourism in Region IV-A, the study suggested variety of projects, strategies and activities to be implemented contributing to the environmental, cultural, social and economic growth of the area that is reflected through a development plan. The study was conducted to determine what are the products, services, marketing activities and linkages in Agri-farm tourism in Region IV-A, and assess its economic contributions to the region, as well as its capability to be sustainable. Likewise, the researcher come up with any recommendations that will improve the products, services, marketing activities and linkages of Agri-farm tourism in the region and will contribute to its possible sustainability based or anchored purely from the results of the study. The descriptive method of research was employed in this study. The respondents such as farm owners, Local Government Unit employees and visitors were randomly chosen and asked to answer the survey questionnaire about their perceptions on the products, services, marketing activities, linkages and the problems encountered in the selected Agri-Farm Tourism sites located in Region IV-A. Responses were analyzed using percentage, weighted mean, Analysis of Variance, Ranking, and to assess whether there is a significant difference in the responses of the three groups of respondents, use the t-test (Grouped Data).The results showed that the respondents looked for a more sustainable products, services, marketing activities and linkages. In the acceptability of the Development Plan, it was found to be highly acceptable by the respondents and can be implemented by the Agri-farm tourism owners for sustainable development. These results suggest that owners and the management should consider improving the Agri-farm tourism business with strong emphasis on the products, services, marketing activities and linkages to attain higher assessment rating from Very Good to Excellent. The Proposed Development Plan may be adopted by the Agri-Farm Tourism planners, farm owners and Local Government Unit employees should give emphasis on Agri-farm Tourism offer as to products and services, extent of marketing and linkages, and its sustainability to keep the Agri-farm tourism business.

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