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Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
ISSN : 28085957     EISSN : 28086724     DOI : 10.55324
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science (IJOMS) is a scientific journal in the form of research and can be accessed openly. This journal has e-ISSN 2808-6724 and p-ISSN 2808-5957. This journal is published monthly by International Journal Labs. The development of the company made the management of this Journal transferred to International Journal Labs which is part of Syntax Corporation Indonesia. Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science (IJOMS) provides a means for ongoing discussion of relevant issues that fall within the focus and scope of the journal that can be examined empirically. This journal publishes research articles covering multidisciplinary sciences, including: Humanities and social sciences, contemporary political science, Educational sciences, religious sciences and philosophy, economics, Engineering sciences, Health sciences, medical sciences, design arts and media sciences.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
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The Effects of Vocabulary Mastery and Logical Thinking on Junior High School Students’ Listening Skill Utami Rosalina; Dwi Nopiyadi; Siti Sahronih
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (183.509 KB) | DOI: 10.55324/ijoms.v1i1.1

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This research is aimed as follows: To get empirical data and analyze the effects of vocabulary mastery and logical thinking towards students’ listening skills at Junior High School in East Cirebon. This research is done by Kolmogorov-Smirnov method, ANOVA Table, Proportional Correct for testing the item difficulties, by a biserial coefficient, and by Kuder Richarsson testing. The research was held at Junior High School in East Cirebon. Data collective done by giving a test for listening skill (yes/no or true-false / 37 items), test for vocabulary mastery (Multiple choice/ 20 items), and test for logical thinking (multiple choice/20 items) given to the class at, SMP N 1 Ciledug, SMP N 1 Pabedilan, and SMP N 1 Losari. The result of the study identifies the effect of Vocabulary Mastery on Student’s Listening skills (coefficient of 0,745 and coefficient determination of 55,4%). The effect of logical thinking towards student’s listening skill (Sig = 0.031 and ttest = 2,183; while ttable = 1,98. There is an effect of vocabulary mastery and logical thinking on students’ listening skills (Sig = 0.000 and ttest = 4,757 while ttable = 1,98.).
The Effects of Grammar Mastery and Critical Thinking on Students’ Speaking Skill Bayu Andika Prasatyo; Devian Try Gustary; Santosa Santosa
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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The purpose of the research is to obtain empirical data and analyze about whether or not there are the effects of grammar mastery and critical thinking on students’ speaking skill. The reseach was conducted at the state senior high school in Serang. The research method was survey with multiple-correlation technique. 80 students out of the state senior high school, grade X were chosen to be samples. Data collections include 1 questionnaire and 2 multiple-choice tests. The scale used for questionnaire was Likert Scale. The validity was calculated by using Person-Product Moment, and reliability obtained from Cronbach Alpha is 0.713. Research findings show three points. Firstly, there are significant effects of grammar mastery and critical thinking towards students’ speaking skill where multiple-correlation coefficient (R) is 0.696 in significance grade 5% ( = 0,05) further Fobserved is higher than Ftable (36.202 > 2.735). Secondly, there was a significant effect of grammar mastery and students’ speaking skill even though the effect is slightly weak where ry1 is 0.365, tobserved=3.725>ttable=1.994 with Sig score is lower than significance grade (0.000 < 0.05). Thirdly, there is a significant effect of critical thinking and students’ speaking skill where ry2 is 0.626, tobserved=7.242>ttable=1.994 with Sig score lower than the significance value (0.000 < 0.05).
Analysing the Management of Waste and Leachate in the Final Disposal Site of Indramayu Indah Dhamayanthie; Erbi Bimantara; Ninin Asminah
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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Garbage is waste material from household, commercial, industrial or other human activities. Waste generation is the volume of waste or the weight of waste generated from types of waste sources in a certain area per unit of time. The final destination of the waste is to be processed at the Final Processing Site (TPA). In Indramayu, the waste generation is quite large and can cause environmental pollution, so there is a need for good waste management. The purpose of this study is to determine the waste management system in TPA Indramayu, to determine the amount and average of waste, to determine the generation and volume of waste and to determine the levels of BOD, COD and effectiveness in the leachate treatment unit. From the results of observations, it was found that the average receipt of waste at TPA Indramayu was 177,451 tons/day. The waste generation is known to be 2.75 l/or/day and the resulting volume of waste that goes to the TPA is 777,284 m3/hr and the volume of waste per region is 0.003 m3/or/day. The incoming leachate comes from the landfill area and is then processed in the WWTP unit with 4 holding ponds to reduce BOD and COD levels. The initial BOD level entered was 500 mg/L and the incoming COD level was 4000 mg/L, after going through the leachate treatment the results obtained were BOD levels of 33.34 mg/L and COD levels of 266.66 mg/L with efficiency BOD and COD conversion of 93.33%.
Entrepreneurship Textbook Development in Implementing UNJA's Vision to Support UNJA Civics Study Students’ Creativity Programs Heri Usmanto; Irwan Irwan; Dona Sariani
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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Textbooks can make students understand what their teacher is conveying. A good and understandable textbook will make it easier for students to comprehend what they are supposed to learn. However, at the University of Jambi, especially in the Civics Study Program, there are no entrepreneurship teaching materials supporting student learning activities in the classroom. Therefore, this research aims to discover the aspects of entrepreneurship course textbooks that need to be developed in improving hard skills as technical abilities and soft skills to support the hard skills. The results of this research only scope the validation test stage, namely the validation of material experts and media validation and language validation. Wherefrom the results of the validator show the feasibility of the textbook that was developed to be tested and implemented to students during the learning process in the Civics Study Program, University of Jambi.
Increasing Learning Outcomes in Creative Dance Works Through the Project Based Learning Video Haryanti Haryanti
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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This study aims to determine the implementation of the act of learning to create creative dances through the right model can improve student learning outcomes for Class XI MIPA 4 SMA Negeri 1 Banguntapan in the 2019/2020 school year. The population in this study were all students of Class XI SMA Negeri 1 Banguntapan and as a sample were students of Class XI MIPA 4, totaling 31 students. Collecting data using student learning outcomes tests and observations to measure the accuracy of the action. Data analysis in this study used quantitative and qualitative description techniques. The results of this study are the implementation of learning actions for creative dance work through the Project Based Learning model can improve student learning outcomes for class XI MIPA 4 SMA Negeri 1 Banguntapan in the 2019/2020 school year.
Recruiter’s Strategy for Identifying Hybrid Skills in Job Applicants Richa Afriana Munthe; Sopiah Sopiah
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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In this digital era, hybrid skills are needed to enable people to add value beyond the application of technology (Technical skills). However, organizations will always be run by humans, not robots. They work in an organization requires communication skills, collaboration, empathy, and so on. It is important for a recruiter to get talents with hybrid skills combined with qualified technical and non-technical skills. The research design used is the literature review method. Therefore, the nature of this research is descriptive analysis, by revealing, describing, and explaining related to the research topic, namely the analysis of how recruiters identify the capacity of hybrid skills in candidates through regular analysis of the literature that has been obtained. Hybrid skill is considered more capable of describing the workforce in completing tasks with maximum performance. In the labor recruitment process, companies have problems in the labor market that do not meet the qualifications of the soft skills and hard skills of each applicant are not balanced. In order for companies to improve the skills of workers efficiently and utilize their talents more effectively, they must be able to identify both the skills workers already have and those they will need.
WFH WLB And Their Effects On Employees’ Performance During The Pandemic Era: A Conceptual Framework Muhammad Fahrizal Hasibuan; Sopiah Sopiah
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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The COVID-19 pandemic has hit almost all countries, including Indonesia. COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the entire community, especially employees. One of the impacts that occurred was the implementation of Work from Home (WFH), this was done as an effort to reduce the transmission rate of COVID-19. However, the direct effect that occurred was that employees faced several conflicts such as stress, frustration and imbalances in life. On this basis, researchers want to know the role given by work life balance on employee performance during the COVID-19 pandemic. The method used in this research is a study of the literature which is based on studies of previous studies that match the criteria for the same research variables. The results obtained in this study are work life balance by applying flexible time, increasing job satisfaction, and also to increase employee self-control which is predicted to improve the performance of employees who apply WFH.
Evaluating Southeast Sulawesi’s Department of Human Resource Development Apparatus’ Education and Training Programs Malesa Malesa
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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This study aims to find information about the implementation of the Education and Training (Diklat) program at the Human Resources Development Agency (BPSDM) of Southeast Sulawesi Province. This study uses the Discrepancy Evaluation Model (DEM). This study uses a qualitative method with a population of social situations at the Human Resources Development Agency of Southeast Sulawesi Province, Regency and City with a sample of 24 informants from the province and 60 regencies and cities. The data analysis results show that: 1) the quality of the implementation of education and training programs for the apparatus is in accordance with the implementation of tasks that have been required by the institution; 2) the results of performance achievements show various responses from each informant; 3) the implementation of the Education and Training program at the Provincial BPSDM has reached the standard, while the Regency and City have not yet reached the standard; 4) Influential factors in the implementation of the education and training program are supported through the provision of infrastructure, widyaiswara/resources/trainers, methods, evaluation and follow-up. The findings recommend that institutions need to provide the necessary infrastructure, allocate APBD funds, competency-based curriculum, and post-training alumni follow-up activities.
The Analysis Of Slang Words Used In “The Boss Baby” Movie Script Zaenal Abidin
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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One of the language variations used by many people is slang. Slang is one of language variations in sociolinguistics used by society to interact each other. In this study, the author analyse the slang words used in The Boss Baby movie script. The purposes of this research are: 1) To know the types of slang words used by the characters in The Boss Baby movie; and 2) To know the reasons why the characters use some slang words in The Boss Baby movie. The author used the theory of slang words and the reasons by Eric Partirdge to answer the problem of the research. This research is descriptive qualitative and used the documentation method in collecting the data. The author discovered that there are three types of slang words used in the movie: Public house slang (kid, buddy, guys), medical slang (suck) and society slang (yeah, dad, dob, gonna, gotcha, fiflty, mommy, nada, cool, a-s-a-p, punk, bummer, gotta, wanna, guts, sweetie). Meanwhile, the reasons why the movie characters use slang words are to show or induce either friendliness, to be brief, to ease social intercouse, to sheer high spirit, to reject and to lessen the awkwardness.
The Analysis of Einar’s Gender Identity in “The Danish Girl” by David Ebershoff Gunawan Gunawan
Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Science
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This study aims to discover LGBT has become the most potential threat to the existence of sexual identity. In some religious countries, LGBT which stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender will give complicated conflicts. It raises the pros and cons in the society. This study investigates LBGT as the unfamiliar issues in societies as reflected in The Danish Girl by David Ebershoff. This issue sometimes becomes ‘scourge’ because it against the principle of certain religion. LGBT is considered to violate the nature to which has been given by God. This issue is a ‘scourge’ in some societies groups. Meanwhile, it is often discussed by certain institutions supporting LGBT.  This study is a qualitative research which applies Harry Benjamin’s theory of transsexual related to gender studies. The results reveal that 1) Einar Wegener is described as a man who has feminine tendency, submissive, inferior and emotional, 2) there are internal conflicts such as Einar’s having less confident in wearing man’s clothes, being sexually attracted to the same gender and struggling for identity determination, 3) Having the presence of finding identity, Einar has solution for his identity how to be a real woman by genital surgery.

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