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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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A Analysis of Regional Competitiveness in the Context of Socio-Economics and Infrastructure Dahlan Tampubolon
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 3 No 1 (2022): 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.03.01.15

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The research aims to analyze the variables that influence and determine the regional competitiveness of Meranti Islands Regency using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method. The research used primary data with questionnaire and interview with 40 respondents consisting of members of the Regency DPRD, sub-district heads, heads of government sections, socio-cultural and village community empowerment. The research consists of five institutional variables; socio-political, regional labor, economy, productivity and physical infrastructure. The results of regional competitiveness among sub-districts are economic variables in the Tasik Putri Puyu sub-district (0.475), Tebing Tinggi subdistrict’s physical infrastructure (0.373), labor and productivity of Pulau Merbau sub-district (0.216), Rangsang Pesisir Barat sub-district’s high cliff institutions (0.260) and Rangsang Pesisir sub-district’s social politics (0.333).
Stories Stories of Prevailing: Novice Teachers’ Journey in Far-flung Schools in the Time of COVID-19 Pandemic Mark Floricar G. Hipolito
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.01.02

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This study was conducted to explore the experiences of novice teachers assigned in far-flung schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, anchoring on reflective practice guided by David Kolb's experiential learning theory. As a strategy to understand the experiences of novice teachers, the researcher employed mini-virtual ethnography by interviewing four novice elementary teachers teaching in schools located in mountainous areas through phone calls and messenger chat. The data gathered were analyzed using thematic analysis. Recorded interviews were transcribed, coded, and sorted to identify the different themes. The study revealed that teachers experienced challenging and fulfilling encounters on their journey. To cope with the challenges brought by the pandemic, the teachers find means to ensure that education continues amidst the crisis with the help of various stakeholders. Out of their experiences, teachers have gained a lot of realizations and aspirations for their students, parents, and self. They've seen that what they went through will help them become stronger, and there is still hope despite what is happening. By engaging in reflective practice, using Kolb's learning cycle, teachers could think and reflect on their experiences, learn from the experience, plan for a change, and improve their learning and instructional practices
Management of School-Community Partnership: Basis for Teacher Enhancement Program Leo, Jr. Codilla
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.01.12

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This study aimed to determine the practices and challenges in managing school-community partnerships in East Butuan District II elementary schools. The participants of the study were the Elementary School Teachers and School heads of East Butuan District II. Complete Enumeration is used in the study. The tested variables were practices of elementary schools, challenges in forging a school-community partnership, and the extent of school-community partnership. The findings reveal that the practices of elementary schools in the district showed a moderate level of manifestation except for participation in the athletic meet and preparation for the national achievement test (3.80), indicating a high level of manifestation. Similarly, the challenges forging school-community partnerships have moderate manifestation. On the other hand, the majority revealed either a moderate or low extent of school-community partnerships. This suggests that elementary schools in the East Butuan District II still want to manage school-community partnerships. It is interesting to note that practices and challenges significantly influence the extent of school-community partnership; a higher manifestation of practices but a lower manifestation of challenges implies a greater extent of school-community partnership.
Analysis Reinforcementscore of Characteristics Education “Kentrung Gas” Art in SMA 2 Bondowoso (George Herbert Mead's Theory of Interactionism Symbolic) F Kurniawan; B Soepeno; Mohamad Naim
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Kentrung is the art of oral literature or the speaking of art (oral theater) accompanied by trebeng beats. Kentrung art is also found in Bondowoso, which has the characteristic of using the Madurese language as the language of instruction. Currently, kentrung art is popularized and often played by GAS (Grup Apresiasi Seni) Bondowoso. This study attempts to analyze Reinforcementscore of Characteristics Education of kentrung GAS art in SMA Negeri 2 Bondowoso which is studied through the interactionism symbolic theory of George Herbert Mead. This study uses a qualitative research method with the research location in GAS Bondowoso Studio and SMA 2 Bondowoso. The primary data sources in this study were the main informants, namely the puppeteers and kentrung performers of GAS Bondowoso and students of SMA 2 Bondowoso. Techniques of data collection in this study using interviews, observation and documentation. There are several uniqueness in the art form of kentrung GAS Bondowoso. First, the use of Madurese language in staging stories and reading rhymes of kentrung. Second, the number of personnel in the art of kentrung GAS Bondowoso is four to seven people. Third, the songs are sung using modern (popular) songs. Meanwhile, the structure of the Kentrung GAS Bondowoso art consists of several elements, namely elements of players, elements of stories, elements of costumes, elements of rhymes, and elements of instrumental music. Based on the research discussion, kentrung GAS Bondowoso from the perspective of interactionism symbolic theory describes 3 things. While Reinforcementscore of Characteristics Education of kentrung GAS art in SMAN 2 Bondowoso, it can be concluded that in the form and entire structure of kentrung GAS there are values for Reinforcement of Characteristics Education. Reinforcementscore of Characteristics Education are mostly found in the rhyme element of kentrung.
Building and developing a team of Vietnamese youth according to Ho Chi Minh's will Mai Quoc Dung Dr. Mai Quoc Dung; Hoang Thi Nhung; Hoang Thi Trang
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In Ho Chi Minh's thought, the issue of caring, fostering and educating the young generation holds an extremely important position. Because youth is the backbone of the nation, the future of the nation. In his Will, Ho Chi Minh once again admonished: "The Party needs to take care of educating them in revolutionary morality, training them to become heirs to build socialism that is both "pink" and at the same time "specializing", nurturing the revolutionary generation for the next generation is a very important and very necessary thing. Especially in the current period, with the process of deep international integration with the rapidly developing science and technology, Vietnamese youth need to cultivate their own revolutionary morality and adapt to the development of the world, having a breakthrough thinking, firmly overcoming all difficulties, always worthy of their position and role, with enthusiasm, energy, strong will to rise, living in a harmonious environment Peace, renewal and development of the country, Vietnamese youth will definitely uphold the pioneering spirit, bravery, solidarity and creativity, contributing to the construction and development of an increasingly prosperous and happy country.
The Extension Services and the Level of Productivity of Sugarcane Farmers in the Visayas, Philippines Paulino A Oñal, Jr.; Rex J. Jinon; Lloyd B. Martinez
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.01.10

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Agricultural extension has been an essential strength in agricultural development and social innovation factor. The word “extension” in the modern meaning was first used which refers to informal public education in England in the second half of the 19th century (Demiryurek, 2014). This descriptive method of research aid at determining the effectivity of extension services and the productivity of sugarcane farmers in the Visayas, Philippines. The 400 sugarcane farmers randomly identified at the 10 locations in the Visayas area of the Philippines. An instrument used was the agency Extension Program Guidelines that measures productivity of the farmers, farm profile and extent of services, among others. The result shows that the level of productivity of sugarcane farms in the Visayas area was high and a significant difference indicates on the level of productivity of sugarcane farms when grouped as to location. The level of productivity of sugarcane farming in the Visayas in terms of indicators such as size of farm, type of soil, land topography, average rainfall received, distance of the farm to the sugar mill, farming innovations, workers’ availability and expenses per hectare was at low productivity. Significant difference in the productivity of sugarcane farming at the different locations in the Visayas area in terms of size of farm, land topography, distance of the farm to the sugar mill, farming innovations, workers’ availability, and expenses per hectare except for the type of soil and average rainfall. The extent of services does not significantly related to the productivity. Relatively, there is no significant relationship existed between the extent of services and farm profile. Farm profile does not influence the level of productivity, too.
Learning Styles of Students Amidst Pandemic Vis-À-Vis Academic Performance in Science 10: A Basis For Proposed Intervention Plan Maria Agnes P. Ramirez
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.01.06

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This research looked upon the learning styles of selected Grade 10 students amidst pandemic vis-à-vis academic performance in science to have a basis for proposed intervention plan to better deliver science instructions for the best teaching and learning experiences where correlations of academic performance and learning styles of the respondents were analyzed. The result shows that majority of the respondents are auditory learners. There are very few kinesthetic learners. Most of the respondents got a Satisfactory level on their academic performance during the first quarter. While there was a noticeable increase in their academic performance during the second quarter where majority of the respondents got Very Satisfactory level. Learning style of the respondents significantly affect their academic performance. This implies that learning style correlates highly to the academic performance. This means that the learning style of the students is connected to their academic performance. Being aware of this, teachers can develop lessons and activities that suits well their learners learning styles. In this way, they are helping their students in developing their skills and increasing their academic performance.
A Literature Review on the Mental Health and Coping Strategies of Healthcare Workers in This Time of Pandemic Ma-Ai C. Aclon; Ma. Chelsea Perez-Ambray; Mae Cherryrose P. Antiporda; Maria Pia S. Dizon; Paul Reinald B. Garcia; Marie Anne A. Lapitan; Purisima M. Nocos; Sherwin S. Aquino; Aristotle M. Parico; Mary Ann E. Lopez; Cecile F. Guevarra; Christian Jay S. Orte; Hanna Monique A. Floresca; Liza May B. Jecino; Fred B. Ruiz
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This literature review focused on the mental health and coping strategies of healthcare workers amidst pandemic. Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has produced a worldwide health catastrophe that has mandatory emergency protocols and control in all countries. The increasing number of confirmed positive patients and deaths has caused health emergency to health care providers and even to the health system. Besides the population that had been infected, healthcare workers who are at the forefront of battling with the disease have also been ill. The fact that nurses have longer exposure, a revealing misery associated to mental health issues such as depression, drowsiness and sleep deprivation was fabled. As many people would say nowadays, “depression is real” and this opens gates as this study aims to explore on the mental health status of the healthcare workers and their coping strategies as identified by several studies.
The New Covid-19 Wave and the Psychological Distress Among Senior High School Students in Ghana Amos Amuribadek Adangabe; Godfred Agbakplor; Alfred Dorgbetor; Alice Emmanuella Dogbey; Mary Braimah; Louisa Annang; Juliet Sam-Wiah; Gilbert Dadzie
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The study explored the psychological experiences of Senior High School students and their coping strategies in selected Senior High Schools in Ghana in the wake of the third wave of Covid-19. Data for the study were purposely collected from 20 respondents using a semi-structured interview guide and analysed thematically. The findings of the study revealed that the majority of students in Senior High Schools are confused and have a feeling of anxiety whilst on campus in the wake of the third wave of Covid-19. It was further established that Senior High School students cope by building relationships with their teachers and as well with their colleagues in school and adherence to state laid down protocols. The contribution of Guidance and Counselling units in the schools played a great role in helping students cope psychologically.
Women’s Leadership Trends in Tribal Enterprises-A Study in Cooperatives Based Tribal Enterprises in Jharkhand, India Prem Bhaskar; Madhulika Kaushik
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.01.03

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This paper attempts to analyse the status of women entrepreneurship initiatives through cooperatives in Jharkhand, India and highlights the impact on tribal women empowerment, and their leadership competencies on this economic contribution. Bargaining for women leadership positions in all spheres of Asian societies has emerged as an important concern in quest of equity, whereas tribal women’s development has mostly remained limited to their participation in various programmes run by the government as well as non-government agencies. Recognition of women leaders from a tribal community in the 21st century is still a distant dream. Yet economic empowerment and group activities in the tribal regions of Jharkhand have revealed the potential and are seen as instrumental in transforming leadership capabilities of tribal women leaders in the tribal geography of Jharkhand. The paper shares the outcomes of the author’s study based on case studies in the region, secondary data and, literature review, related to the trends in tribal women’s leadership. The study reveals that women from tribal communities of Jharkhand have traditionally been disempowered socially and treated as less capable to lead and mostly refrained from societal leadership positions. It is also revealed that with facilitation and support, they demonstrate excellent leadership competencies to manage successful collective enterprises. The study also raises prominent questions of assessing the impact and influence of such empowerment and collective entrepreneurship on socioeconomic aspects.

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