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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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Pre-Examination Study Preparation and Its Effect on the Summative Test Score in General Mathematics of Grade 11 Senior High School Students of Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College Ardian D. Malangen
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.10

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Examination weeks are the peaks of an academic year. The paper-and-pen test determines whether the learners are able to attain the specific educational standards set by the pedagogical curriculum they follow. The study wants to determine the pre-examination study preparation and its effect on the summative test score in general mathematics of grade 11 senior high school students of Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College. This study centers on two factors, the frequency and strategy of the student used on their pre-examination preparation. The descriptive and quantitative method of research is used in this study. As a results and conclusions in terms of pre- examination frequency, majority of the grade 11 senior high school students allotted one day (69.30%) before the examination 30 minutes to one hour (52.60%) as review time. The most preferred pre-examination study strategy of the respondents is rereading their textbooks and/or lecture notes (3.37 frequently). There is no significant positive correlation between the pre-examination study frequency and the summative test results, there is a significant positive correlation between Tracks and the summative test results and between the study strategy (rereading textbooks/lecture notes, and seeking assistance to parents) and the summative test results of the Grade 11 senior high school students of Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College. Lastly, avoid cramming, students spend at least three days of review before the examination for a better learning in a well managed time and engage their selves to the most significant favored review strategies that will give an impressive test results.
Extending of Technology Acceptance Model in Using Online Health Applications in The Covid-19 Pandemic Era Didik Setyawan; Muhammad Zul Ashari; Ariefah Yulandari
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.06

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The Covid-19 pandemic has changed behavior of the people in getting health services that switch to online ones. The study examines the extending of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) in using health applications. TAM is no longer relevant to be applied on the specific application studies. The expansion that carried out adds to the variables of social influence, feelings of anxiety, and availability of services in developing attitudes to influence behavioral intentions. Data collected using online questionnaires for users of the Halodoc application as many as 200 respondents. The results of hypothesis testing using the Structural Equation Modeling analysis with the AMOS method show that attitudes are the determinants in forming behavioral intentions which are influenced by perception of usefulness, ease of perception, social influence, and service availability, but not from the feelings of anxiety. These results indicate that individuals perceive Halodoc as providing benefits, easy to use, influencing environment, and well-available services. Therefore it can ignore the anxiety in using the Halodoc application during the Covid 19 pandemic to get health services.
FACULTY ONLINE LEARNING READINESS OF A PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOL IN BICOL, PHILIPPINES AMIDST THE NEW NORMAL Jopet Vincent Medalla; Mark Anthony Dipad; Christian Paulo De Vera
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.09

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The emergence of Corona Virus Disease 2019 pandemic required educational institutions to shift to new instructional paradigm to ensure learning continuity. With the restrictions on mass gathering, online distance learning has emerged as one of the alternative modalities. This descriptive study primarily aimed to assess the faculty readiness of St. Louise de Marillac School of Bulan (SLMSB), Inc., a private secondary school in Sorsogon Province, Bicol Region, The Philippines, in implementing online learning as an alternative instructional mode. Using an adopted survey-questionnaire, twenty (20) faculty members participated in this research. It was found that the faculty members of SLMSB are sufficiently ready on online learning in terms of their technology access, considering the measures being undertaken by the school administration. They are also ready in terms of their technology skills and their attitude towards online learning. However, despite the general result on readiness, analysis of the indicators revealed that they need to be trained in terms of use of online learning management system, and use of tools for developing learning materials. With these results, it is recommended that a capability-building program for faculty members of SLMSB be conducted in order to prepare them in facilitating online learning through an extension program that may be offered by Sorsogon State College – Bulan Campus.
An Exploratory Factor Analysis of Brand Awareness in The Low Involvement Product on Social Media Channel Nutthapon Jitprapai; Sidunuch Kittisaereekul; Thitiphat Limsumlitnipa
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.13

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The objective of this paper was to analyse the factor of brand awareness in the low involvement product on social media channel. Samples of this research were 500 people have experience with product on social media channel. The research instrument was a questionnaire. The statistics used for data analysis were frequency, percentage, average, standard deviation and the KMO and Bartlett’s test to measure the adequacy of the data and hypothesis test. The study results indicate that brand awareness in the low involvement product on social media channel which a total of four factors were extracted from the brand awareness index scale: product quality, presenter image, message design, and media characteristic. the KMO value is 0.95, Chi-square is 12418.36, p-value is 0.00 conclude that the variables were related and suitable with factor analyzing.
RELATIONSHIP OF LUNAR PHASES TO CRIMES COMMITTED IN ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE Jonnel D. Velasco; Rowell B. Pallega; Rheychold J. Daymiel
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.07

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Human behavior appeared to be influenced by lunar phase. Crimes still committed despite the government efforts to prevent and suppress it. Some authors claimed that the moon of the solar system affect the human body and the planet earth. The term lunacy derived from the idea that the lunar cycles affect human behavior and it is a widely believed phenomenon that a full moon can increase criminal behavior. This study aimed to determine the relationship between lunar phases and crimes committed in the two cities of Dipolog and Dapitan. Documentary analysis and unstructured interviews were conducted to gather information. The data were taken from the reported crimes in the two police stations. Statistical tools used were frequency count and chi-square test of both difference and relationships respectively. The most common index crimes were theft, physical injury and threat. Whereas, non-index crimes were malicious mischief and violations to RA 7610 and RA 9262. Results revealed that most of the index crimes happened during the first quarter and during new moon phase. Non-index crimes on the other hand, happened at any lunar phase. The occurrence of index and non-index crimes are likely to be influenced by the lunar phases. Philippine National Police might set-up additional preventive measures to prevent would be criminals from committing theft, physical injury and threat. Police presence be increased more during first quarter and new moon phases to prevent occurrence of crime as well as implement intensive community policing program to protect the community from untoward crime incidence.
Philippine National Police Initiatives in the Promotion of Peace and Order in Iligan City: Basis for Policy Recommendation Noel D. Galabin; Rowell B. Pallega; Marvin A. Recapente
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.08

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This study aimed to determine the extent of the Philippine National Police Operation initiatives in the promotion of peace and order in Iligan City as a basis for policy recommendation. This study made use of a non-experimental quantitative research design utilizing the descriptive correlational technique, frequency count, percentage, mean and standard deviation, paired t-test, and Pearson-r correlations. The respondents exhibited a high level of response that the Philippine National Police always performed the police operational procedure initiatives in the promotion of peace and order. The finding showed that overall, there was a significant relationship between the frequency of implementation of police operations and the crime rate in terms of Index and non-index crime. Further studies are warranted.
Food Budget of Inmates and Their Body Mass Index Rowell B. Pallega
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.12

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This study aimed to evaluate the food budget allowance of inmates in Dapitan and Dipolog City jail and determine the inmates body mass index as one of the indicators in assessing the nutrition of person whether he/she is malnourished or not. The study employed a mix of quantitative and qualitative approaches in carrying out the results of the study. Quantitative method was used to describe the inmate’s profile as to age, gender, number of years in jail, types of food served and body mass index. While qualitative method was used to determine the budget allocation of inmates and medical records of inmates. An information sheet was created and distributed to the inmates who were the primary respondents in order to gather quantitative data. In addition, unstructured interview was also conducted to the warden during site visit. Random sampling method was used. Descriptive statistics were used in presenting, analyzing and interpreting the data of the study. Most of the inmates incarcerated are within the age ranging from 42-51 years old, while most of the inmates are incarcerated for a period ranging from 2 to 4 years. There are very few inmates with medical history like ulcer, diabetes, mayoma and high blood. Beef or pork tinola with sayote and rice is the commonly meals serve to the inmates. Majority of the inmates are within normal weight. Monitoring of those inmates with medical history to prevent from any possible complications.
Factors Influencing Crime Commission among College Graduate Prisoners Jesine Rose Romero; Rowell Pallega; Van Ryan I. Alipoyo
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.04

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The goal of the study was to look into the factors that influence crime commission among college graduate inmates in the Dipolog and Dapitan City jails. The outcomes of the investigation were carried out using a quantitative approach. The required data was gathered using a purposive sampling strategy. The data was presented, analyzed, and interpreted using descriptive statistics. Highest number of college graduate incarcerated in Dipolog City Jail are graduate from Bachelor of Science in Criminology while in Dapitan City jail are graduate from Bachelor of Science in Education. Most of the college graduate prisoners in both city jails committed non-index crimes or non-violent crimes like violation of RA 9165, otherwise known as Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 and less prone of committing index crimes or violent crimes like murder, homicide, rape, robbery and other violent crimes. Enmeshment in financial problems is the primary factors influencing crime commission among college graduate prisoners and followed by distrust in perceived support from family and friends. It is concluded that crimes can be committed by individuals regardless of his/her educational status.
Causes and Measures of Conflicts among Gang Inmates in Dipolog and Dapitan City Jails Hamilcar S. Monceda; Rowell Pallega; Zoilo J. Macaranas
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.02

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Current jail management models strictly prohibit inmates from assisting with jail administration or governance. This is feasible in developed countries where governments can provide adequate resources, security, and personnel. It is not, however, realistic in developing countries like the Philippines, which is characterized by poverty, corruption, and under resourcing of correctional facilities. In such circumstances, inmate leaders tend to share governance with jail administrators. Gang leaders help in maintaining peace and order in jail. This paper explored the causes of conflicts among gang members in Dipolog and Dapitan City jails and identified preventive measures to eliminate threats caused by the conflicts. There were two groups of respondents who were considered in the study. The first group are the gang inmates composed of 188 who answered the survey instrument intended to determine reasons of joining gang and the different causes of conflicts. The second group was the jail personnel who answered the survey instrument on the measures to prevent the conflicts. study revealed that conflicts usually occur during the start and playoff time of National Basketball Association (NBA) and Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) because it is this time that gambling is usually occurred. Conflicts were mainly caused by unpaid debts, theft and overcrowding. Admonition and forfeiture of good conduct time, close confinement and reduction of visiting hours were among the most common measures to discourage conflict. It is recommended to prohibit gambling of any sort. Conduct more physical activities to make the inmates busy.
Melting Pot or Salad Bowl: Metro Manila's Cultural Heterogeneity Ronald N. Soriano
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 9 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.09.05

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Metro Manila is the bustling capital of the Philippines that has varied cultural influences. This study determined the perceptions of 200 respondents from selected government and private companies’ employees in the National Capital Region towards Metro Manila’s Salad Bowl of Homogeneity and Cultural Heterogeneity. Concurrent Triangulation was utilized to gather the perceptions of 200 government and private companies’ employees and corroborate findings within the study. Based on the results, people who keep in touch with their immediate kin and sometimes visit home to celebrate usual practices have the highest mean score of 3.25. On the other hand, people who were born in Metro Manila to parents who were from provinces thrive to learn about their native culture and family practices have the lowest mean score of 2.12, such that Metro Manila is a cultural melting pot due to its cultural heterogeneity. Metro Manila is a blend of the world’s culture, food, and languages, and diverse way of life.

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