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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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Digitalization Strategy for Consignment, Franchising, and Partnership Networks Through the Implementation of e-KOlab (Electronics for Consignments, Franchising, Organizational Networks) (Study on MSMEs member of DPD IWAPI Bali Association) Farida Farida; Febrianty Febrianty; Sularso Budilaksono; Ni Suryani; A. Gorda
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.05

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The province of Bali as a tourism area is feeling the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic. The indicator is the decline in the number of MSMEs. IWAPI (Indonesian Women Entrepreneurs Association) Bali Province which fosters MSMEs and Cooperatives as partners in this research requires a strategy that moves many elements to collaborate and co-optise together. The purpose of this study is: to bring together institutions, capital and MSME actors through digitalization or applications. The purpose of developing the application is to encourage MSMEs owned by Balinese women to operate locally with global quality. The research method used in this study is the OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide and Act) method. The first step is observation by collecting and observing primary data and secondary data of SMEs/IWAPI assisted. The second step is orientation by conducting root causal analysis with fishbone, SWOT and analysis of service policies towards MSMEs/IWAPI assisted, especially during pandemic recovery. The third step is Decide, namely developing e-collaborations. The last step is Act: implementation of e-collaboration, readiness testing there is application of e-collaboration. The e-Kolab application is a strategy for SMEs Scale Up and can be a Model Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in conducting business collaborations to apply the principle of local wisdom "PangPadePayu". The short-term strategy of this application will provide a digital service boost for MSME actors. While the long-term strategy is to build digital technology as a platform in MSME business processes; and the development of modern MSME business models.
Media Literacyof High School Students in Critical and Safe Social Media Tijan Tijan; Yan Amal Abdillah; Maman Rachman; Iwan Hardi Saputro
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.02

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Misconceptions about free speech often led to digital crimes. In Indonesia, cases of defamation and hate speech on social media continue to increase. Especially during this COVID-19 pandemic, where people are doing more online activities. Therefore, students should learn media literacy to not be part of the crimes. In this quasi-experimental research, media literacy material was integrated with Pancasila and citizenship education at the senior high school level in Semarang District. The control group used expository learning with a video conference application such as Zoom and uploaded their assignment to Google Drive. The experimental group used discussion-based learning and posted assignments on their Instagram accounts. In this study, ten multiple-choice questions presented digital contents that were proven to have violated the Electronic Information and Transaction Law. Students should identify the violations committed and choose the correct answer. Both groups showed similar pre-test (6.00 and 5.82) and post-test (6.47 and 6.00) scores. However, the experimental group showed attitudes change in the discussion. Many of them commented, "be careful in commenting" which is the best way to avoid online violation. This study recommends teachers conduct democratic learning through social media to provide students with real experiences and improve their social skills.
Predicting Revalidation Examination Performance of Radiologic Technology Students: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach Abdul Ampaso; Sittiehaya Abedin; Jahara Batalo; Rowena Ampaso; Habab Abdullah; Nadhra Amer
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.11

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One of today’s major problems in higher education system is the academic failure of medical science students with apparent yearly reports of experiencing probation, insufficient medical knowledge, increase educational semester, and drop out incidences. This study aims to predict the revalidation examination score of the Radiologic Technology interns of a higher education institution in Iligan City. An exploratory research with descriptive correlation design was used to investigate the interrelationship between the predicting variables in this study. The researchers adopted the Grit-S Scale structured questionnaire that was developed by Duckworth and Quinn (2009), which was designed to measure the grit level of respondents. This tool was used to elicit the needed primary data on the currently enrolled 26 radiologic technology interns at a higher institution in Iligan City. The survey was administered online via Google form. The secondary data, which constitutes of monthly examination score, case study scores, and revalidation examination was solicited in the CRT Program Head. Census sampling was employed in this research to obtain a more satisfactory response. The study showed that the indicators in monthly examination obtained a total mean of 31.64 with an SD of 14.35. These low scores were manifested in their performance in revalidation examination, which revealed a total mean score of 52.73 with a ± 16.02 SD. On the contrary, the respondents obtained high scores in case study with overall mean score of 95.42 and an SD of ± 2.83. The overall grit level of the respondents demonstrated a moderate description. Furthermore, the findings of this study also revealed that there is a significant relationship between monthly examination and revalidation examination. The strength of correlation is direct and strong as revealed by the coefficient of 0.904. Meanwhile, there is no significant relationship between revalidation examination score and case study score (p=0.537); between revalidation examination score and grit level (p=0.833); between grit level and monthly examination score (p=0.831) and between grit level and case study score (p=0.071). The positive influence of monthly examination implies that respondents who scored high in the monthly examination would be predicted to score high also in the revalidation examination. These findings can help the faculty and program head in drafting policies and the improvement of academic and clinical performance of students in revalidation exam.
Attitudes toward research and its impact to research skills development among Grade 12 students of Meycauayan National High School Erickson Serrano
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.13

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The primary concern of this research paper was to relate how Grade 12 students of Meycauayan National High School perceived research subjects such as Practical Research 2 and how these attitudes toward research affected their research skills development. With the purpose of bridging the link between the affective domains of learning to how students develop their research skills, the researcher used the Attitude Towards Research (ATR) Scale developed by Papanastasiou (2002) and a Research Skills Assessment Test based on Gilmore and Feldon (2010). These instruments were administered to 60 Grade 12 Senior High School students of MNHS across different strands, while accompanied with Active Learning Classroom Strategies in teaching Practical Research 2. Through pre-test and post-test design, the researcher evaluated the impact of the students’ attitudes toward research in five (5) factors. These five factors were generalized as Post-ATR and was correlated to the Final Grades of the respondents in Practical Research 2. Upon data analysis using t-test and correlational statistics, it was highlighted that participants were more focused on how Research subjects are with utmost relevance and usefulness to their everyday lives, though, many of them still gave concern on anxiety and difficulty of the subject. It was also evident that in general, how students feel about research has a great impact on how they develop their research skills along the course. Through this study that found that improved attitudes toward research significantly increased the students’ research skill and with the help of the data analyzed in this paper, the researcher encourage teachers to not only focus on students’ cognitive and psychomotor skills but to give equal importance as well with the attitudes toward research as these would contribute to students’ overall research skill development.
Tracer Study of Teacher Education Graduates of Western Philippines University - Puerto Princesa Campus: Basis for Curriculum Review and Revision Jupeth Toriano Pentang; David R. Perez; Katherine H. Cuanan; Mailyn B. Recla; Romelyn T. Dacanay; Rastanura M. Bober; Cheche E. dela Cruz; Susana P. Egger; Ruth L. Herrera; Carolyn M. Illescas; Josephine M. Salmo; Manuel L. Bucad, Jr.,; Joann V. Agasa; Nur-aina A. Abaca
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.12

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Graduates' employability indicates the excellent education and relevant preparation they obtained from their respective degrees. Tracer studies have enabled higher education institutions to profile their graduates while also reflecting on the quality of education they provide. With the foregoing, a tracer study determined the demographic and academic profile of teacher education graduates from 2017 to 2020 in a state university in the West Philippines. It also ascertained the advanced studies they attended after college, their employment data, the relevance of college preparation with their current employment, difficulties they encountered while securing employment and in their present job, and recommendations to strengthen the teacher education program. The study utilized a descriptive survey research design with 80 non-random samples chosen based on availability. The survey was based on the Philippine Commission on Higher Education with modifications elucidated from previous studies. Results showed that graduates took the teacher education program with a strong passion for the teaching profession. More graduates received honors and awards, passed the licensure examinations for teachers, attended advanced studies for professional development, and are employable. Besides, the graduates’ college preparation is relevant to their current employment. Further, difficulties and problems encountered and recommendations to strengthen the teacher education program were noted. These findings may serve as a baseline for curriculum review and give suggestions for future tracer studies.
Herping: Natural Exploration as Bioeducation of Herpetofauna Animal Diversity Vita Meylani; Diana Hernawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.01

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Learning biology is about theory and practice while in the laboratory or environment. Animalia is one of the focuses of Biology and one of the topics that could not practice in the laboratory but should practice in the environment. Learning in an environment would give students any experiences. This study aims to report a case study that explores the experiences of prospective teacher students about learning outdoors through a herping activity. This research was taken from a university in Indonesia from June until December 2019. Data retrieval is taken through semi-structured interviews. Data analysis used the phenomenological design of 22 participants to be interviewed. The findings reveal that the challenges found in the field include field mastery, unpredictable weather, and finding the correct object. However, natural phenomena that are open in the wild become an attraction as bio-education develops for prospective teacher students. Understanding science material and science epistemological abilities is likened to a combination of hands-on activities students become complete with minds-on practices. For this reason, it is crucial when the learning process is packaged in frames that can stimulate prospective teacher students to be more active. The findings are how to combine formal learning in the classroom with wild herping activities to develop student bio-education.
Implementation of Empowerment Strategy Model for Urban Poor Based on Market Needs at The Public Vocational Training Center (BBPLK) Semarang Ilyas Ilyas; Sungkowo Edy Mulyono; Abdul Malik; Namira Putri Larasati; All Fine Loretha
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.03

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During Covid 19 pandemic, poverty is tremendously raising and expanding across the country, worsened the economic sector in almost every region in Indonesia, including in Semarang, Central Java. According to the number of residents living in Semarang, 79,058 people experienced an economic weakening in 2021. Based on the problem above, it can be concluded that there is a need for a community empowerment strategy model that is appropriate to market needs. This study reveals the implementation of a strategy model for empowering the urban poor based on market needs in the non-formal education carried out by BBPLK Semarang. This study uses a qualitative approach. The subjects of the research were 5 trainees and instructors. The technique of data collection was done by interview, observation, and documentation. To test the validity of the data, this study used technical triangulation. Data were analyzed using descriptive qualitative. This process put 3 activities, namely, (1) data reduction, (2) data presentation, and (3) drawing conclusions or verification. The community empowerment model implemented at BBPLK uses a strategy model for empowering the urban poor based on market needs. The stages of community empowerment are carried out through the awareness stage, the skill transformation stage, and the intellectual and innovative ability improvement stage. A common obstacle that occurs in BBPLK Semarang is the lack of instructors. BBPLK Semarang is still not being able to hold their instructors, so they need help from other parties such as a Private vocational training center in Semarang. Moreover, the most influential factor is the intention of the training participants themselves and the people who are reluctant to follow the training at BBPLK Semarang.
Exploring the issues and concerns in the implementation of customs trade facilitation initiatives in Central Luzon, Philippines Joyce Ann V. Mangohig
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towards liberalization of trade and promoting importation and exportation business. This qualitative study sought to identify the emerging issues and concerns surrounding the implementation of the customs trade facilitation initiatives on exportation and importation in Central Luzon, Philippines. The participants of this study were 300 exporters, importers, and processors of the Port of Limay (Bataan), Port of Subic (Olongapo), and Port of Clark (Pampanga). A written interview guide was used in data collection. Findings showed varied concerns in the customs trade facilitation activities encountered by the participants in the different ports of Central Luzon. Major problems include the issues on processing time, website system, absence of signatories, delayed processes, trade ruling changes, and the absence of the paperless transactions. The preliminary data obtained from this qualitative research may be a baseline for the continuous improvement of the customs trade facilitation activities in the region. A quantitative instrument may likewise be developed based on the merging themes culled from this study to validate this qualitative inquiry's results further. The current study also contributes to the shortage of literature in the Philippines regarding customs trade facilitation initiatives.
How are Media’s Reports on China’s Products? A Content Analysis on Indonesian Online Media concerning Sinovac Vaccine Rokhman Ali
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.06

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The Covid-19 pandemic currently hits the world, and no country is not affected by the pandemic, included Indonesia. Every country issued policies to stop the pandemic and mitigate its impacts. Besides economy-related policies, the governments in many countries also issued policies in the health sector, including vaccination policy. The Republic of Indonesia Government also issued a policy in public health that is the National Vaccination Policy. The vaccine mainly used was Sinovac, made in China. This research attempted to analyze how the Indonesian online media reported Sinovac. The most representative online media had been chosen as the primary target. The method used was content analysis on the news published in the target media within seven months from January to July 2021. This research concluded two propositions. First, the more sensitive a product will receive, the more public responses from various interest groups. Second, if a product is ineffective and has weaknesses, the media will investigate and report more frequently.
The Great Leap: Transitional Experience of Public School Teachers to the New Normal System of Education Gabrielle A. dela Cruz
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.03.03.07

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This study aimed to describe how teachers gave meaning to their transition experience to the new normal landscape of education amid the COVID 19 crisis. Using Transcendental phenomenological approach to qualitative research by Moustakas (1994), the researcher sought to explore the life world of seven (7) public school teachers who participated in individual interviews and focus group discussions and provided formal responses for the study. Interview data were collected and analyzed to offer textural-structural descriptions and the essence of the transition experience. The result revealed thirty-eight (38) significant statements forming six (6) essential themes: 1.) feeling of anxiety and stress, 2.) commitment to work, 3.) high volume workload, 4.) communication constraints, 5.) strong support system, and 6.) embracing new technologies which emerged among participants’ testimonies. These themes were further elaborated through textural and structural descriptions capturing the essence of the experience. In turn, emerging themes and underlying universal structures were used in developing a systematic framework named LEAP Transition Model to facilitate an understanding of teachers in transition and to provide them with the help they needed to cope better with the changes brought by an education crisis. The implications were discussed and further recommendations were made along with suggestions for future research.

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