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International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27158780     DOI : https://doi.org/10.54783/ijsoc.v4i1
International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC) is open access and peer-reviewed journal with e-ISSN (2715-8780), IJSOC is an international journal devoted to the study of science and technology in a social context. It focuses on the way in which advances in science and technology influence society and vice versa. It is a peer-reviewed journal that takes an interdisciplinary perspective, encouraging analyses whose approaches are drawn from a variety of disciplines such as History, Sociology, Economics, Political Science and International Relations, Technology Management, Environmental Studies, Health Science, etc. The journal publishes original full-length research papers in all areas related to Science, Technology, and Society. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to that. The journal consciously endeavors to combine scholarly perspectives relevant to academic research and policy issues relating to development. Besides research articles, the journal encourages research-based country reports, commentaries, literature reviews, and book reviews.
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National Early Warning Score Parameters at the Emergency Department as In Hospital Cardiac Arrest Predictors Maarif, Samsul; Sardjono, Teguh Wahju; Utami, Yuliani Wiji
International Journal of Science and Society Vol 2 No 4 (2020): International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC)
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In Hospital Cardiac Arrest (IHCA) is fairly common occurrence, although it can be prevented. Physiological status monitoring at Emergency Departement (ED) is crucial for early detection of potential IHCA incidence. National Early Warning Score (NEWS) is a scoring system to assess deterioration of patient's condition, but it is not yet known which parameters that have predictive value for IHCA incidence. Examine NEWS parameters of the patients while at the ED that have predictive value of IHCA incidence. This study was conducted retrospectively on inpatient medical records. The NEWS parameters examined were respiration rate score, oxygen saturation score, body temperature score, systolic blood pressure score, pulse rate score and level of consciousness score. Logistic regression analysis was used to test the predictive ability of NEWS parameters. Total score NEWS proved to be correlated with IHCA incidence (p=0.000; r=0.434). Parameters that have predictive value are systolic blood pressure score (p=0.001; OR=14.730), respiration rate score (p=0.000; OR=14.483) and level of consciousness score (p=0.000; OR=6.920). The NEWS parameter when the patients will be transferred from ED to the wards that have predictive value for IHCA incidence are systolic blood pressure score, respiration rate score and level of consciousness score.
Adolescent Knowledge of Anemia and Iron Supplement Consumption Before and After Health Education Mitra
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The purpose of this study was to describe adolescent knowledge of iron supplement anemia and consumption before and after health education. This research was quantitative with a quasi-experimental design using pre-posttest without control. The material presented in the form of lectures and videos on 119 students at 16 senior high school in Pekanbaru. Pre and Post-test to evaluate the level of knowledge of adolescents. The results showed that before counseling 35.5% of adolescents had never consumed iron supplements. After the intervention, the increase in correct answers ranged from 0.8 to 21.9 percent, with the highest rating being on vitamins that help with iron absorption, beverages that inhibit iron absorption and cause anemia. The average score for adolescent knowledge before intervention is 6.46. The average score after intervention increased to 7.27. T-Test results showed significant differences in knowledge scores before and after the intervention. Teenage Health Care Services need to be established as adolescent health counselors so that they can motivate other students in adolescent reproductive health, especially in consuming iron supplements.
Performance Management Analysis of the Forum for Religious Harmony in Resolving Conflict and Maintaining Religious Harmony in South Tangerang City Suwanto, Slamet; Ngadisah; Nurdin, Nurliah; Pitono, Andi
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This study aims to analyze the performance management of the Religious Harmony Forum, from now on referred to as FKUB, in maintaining interfaith harmony in the city of South Tangerang. This study used a qualitative approach with descriptive methods by conducting observations and interviews to collect data. In this study, it was found that FKUB South Tangerang City was not optimal in carrying out its functions and duties because it did not have good performance management. This can be seen from indicators, among others, there are still many people in South Tangerang City who do not know about the Tangsel FKUB and feel the benefits of the organization's existence, the Tangsel FKUB does not have a clear vision, mission and objectives, has not received adequate funding from the Tangsel City Government and has never carried out training for administrators. Therefore FKUB South Tangerang City needs to improve performance by using Armstrong performance management and Balance Scorecard (BSC).
Characteristics of Policies Regarding the State Financial Accountability Agency the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia Auly, A. Junaidi; Akbar, Bahrullah; Suhardi, Didik; Diana, Nirva
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This study explains the characteristics of the policies of the State Financial Accountability Board of the People's Representative Council of the Republic of Indonesia, from now on referred to as BAKN. The research method in this research uses qualitative methods. A qualitative approach is used because of the method's relevance to research themes related to accountability state finances Accountability. The theory used is the theory of implementation proposed by Mazmanian and Sabatier. The research findings show that from the policy characteristics, the MD3 policy by BAKN still does not have clarity and consistency, including the continued existence of BAKN, which could have been dissolved as in the previous year. This policy still does not fulfill the causal theory in which the policy as a basis always does not comply with the substance of the purpose of the establishment of BAKN.
Research of Wood-Polymer Compositions of DMTA Methods Pjanic, Nicolas
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The article presents the results of polymer-wood composites, as well as the excretion of tritium woods and leaves. The base of the composite was made of thermoplastic polypropylene. Three composites prepared by the volume of filling content (25, 50 and 70%) and the various fractions of the used slags were prepared for research. The test is prepared with the use of spray technology. One of the methods of thermal DMTA analysis is used for research. Accompanied studies of dynamic mechanical properties have been chosen to determine the effect of filling and the size of the traces on the properties of the cured composites. The obtained results were invited to determine the design of these materials, as well as the determination of the amount and the alternative level for materials applied to large-scale elements made of polymeric materials.
Evaluation of Hazelnut Shells in Polypropylene Based Polymer Composite Production Yildirim, Karim
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Natural fibers have been commonly utilized to reinforced materials for many years. Recently due to advantages of natural fibers such as low cost, high physical and mechanical resistance are produced plastic-composite materials by mixing various proportions. In addition, plastic composites are used natural fibers include agricultural wastes (wheat straw, rice straw, hemp fiber, shells of various dry fruits, etc.). In this study, polymer composites were manufactured using waste nutshell flour as filler and polypropylene (PP) as polymer matrix. The nutshell-PP composites were manufactured via extrusion and compression methods. The final product tested to determine their tensile, flexural, impact strength properties as well as some physical features such as thickness swelling and water absorptions. The best results were obtained composites containing 30% nutshell flour. In addition, composites which were produced nutshell provided the values of ASTM D6662 standard. The data collected in our country which waste a large portion of nutshell allows for the evaluation of the production polymer composites. The incorporation of nutshell flour feasible to produce plastic composites when appropriate formulations were used. As a result hazelnut shell which was considered agricultural waste can be utilized in polymer composite production.
Potential of Green Tea (Camelia Sinensis L.) in Improving the Function of the Liver in Mice Induced By Monosodium Glutamate (Msg) Ershad, Begum
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This study aims to examine the histological conditions of the liver given green tea in MSG-induced mice and to analyze the potential of green tea (Camelia Sinensis L.) in improving liver function in MSG-induced mice. The research was conducted for 30 days with test animals in the form of male mice strain Balb / c. This study used a factorial completely randomized design (CRD). Each treatment consisted of P0 as a control given distilled water 0.5 ml / w / day, P1 given 0.015 g / w / day green tea, P2 which was given MSG 0.84 g / w / day, P3 which was given MSG 0, 84 g / w / hr and 0.015 g / bb / hr green tea. The results showed that the MSG induction dose of 0.084 g / w / hr had an impact on reducing liver weight, increasing ALT levels and hepatocyte diameter. The administration of green tea with a dose of 0.015 g / bb / day in mice induced by MSG and without induction of MSG was able to increase liver weight, decrease ALT levels and hepatocyte diameter. The interaction of MSG and green tea occurs in the diameter of the hepatocytes, so it can be concluded that giving green tea a dose of 0.015 g / w / hr is able to repair damage to hepatocytes caused by MSG induction of 0.084 g / w / day.
The Oslo Agreement: A Study of the Conflict Peace Process Arabic-Israel Soleimani, Fatih
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The Oslo Agreement is one of the most important peace processes between Israel and Palestinians aimed at resolving the prevailing conflict. Although this agreement can be seen as an ongoing process, the conflict remains the most troubling issue in the Middle East. This article describes the conflict identification and literature review related to the Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government Arrangements (DOP) and the process of formalizing the Oslo Agreement. The conversation between the two parties involved, among others, interpreting rights, boundaries, housing and others. There are different perspectives and views regarding this agreement. Instead, this article analyzes the Oslo Accords including Oslo I and II which were signed in 1993 and 1995 to achieve security in the Middle East.
Determining the Ideal Strategy in Facilitating Employment to Increase Public Investment in Melawi Regency using the SWOT Method Benirobin, P. R.; Hamdi, Muchlis; Lambelanova, Rossy; Moenek, Reydonnizar
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This research problem focuses on determining the local government's ideal strategy in facilitating employment in the Melawi Regency to increase public investment in the Melawi Regency. The research method is qualitative by conducting interviews, observation, and documentation. Researchers also conducted a SWOT analysis to find the right strategy in determining the strategy that the local government of Melawi Regency could undertake in facilitating employment to increase public investment in the Melawi Regency. The provincial government's role in facilitating the workforce to increase public investment in the Melawi Regency is not optimal due to factors of funds, infrastructure and facilities factors, information factors, and human resource factors. The study results explain that nine strategies can be done in facilitating employment to increase public investment in Melawi Regency.
Determining the Ideal Strategy and Modeling in Integrating Spending Reviews in Budget Decision Making at the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Ruslandi, Beni; Akbar, Bahrullah; Djaenuri, Aries; Mulyati, Deti
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This study aims to find the right strategy and modelling in integrating Spending Review in budget decision making at the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia. This study uses a qualitative approach with an exploratory method, in which the researcher seeks to explore and build the phenomena being studied to answer the previously formulated problems. The results showed that the spending review integration strategy was divided into three dimensions, namely the organizational size, the process dimension and the time dimension. Meanwhile, the modelling used in integrating spending review in budget decision making in the Indonesian Ministry is known as the Comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation Model for Budget Management Ministries / Institutions.