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Economic Education Analysis Journal
ISSN : 22526544     EISSN : 2502356X     DOI : 10.15294
Core Subject : Economy, Education,
Manuscripts for Economic Education Analysis Journal should fall within one of the following categories: Research in economics education: Original theoretical and empirical studies dealing with the analysis and evaluation of teaching methods, learning attitudes and interests, materials, or processes. Economics content: Substantive issues, new ideas, and research findings in economics that may influence or can be used in the teaching of economics. Economics instruction: Innovations in pedagogy, hardware, materials, and methods for treating traditional and newer subjects. Issues involving the way economics is taught are emphasized. Online: The Online section identifies exemplary material for teaching and learning economics that is interactive or otherwise not conducive to traditional printed-page format. It features noncommercial work by economists and educators who are creating teaching materials using innovative electronic technology. Features and information: Reports on the status and events that influence academic economists (the labor market, status of women and minorities, and developments within graduate and undergraduate programs).
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PERBEDAAN HASIL BELAJAR EKONOMI ANTARA MODEL THINK-PAIR-SHARE DAN MODEL CONCEPT MAPPING PADA SISWA SMA 1 NGUTER SUKOHARJO Mahardani, Nina
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2014): Economic Education Analysis Journal
Publisher : Department of Economics Education, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang

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Pemilihan model belajar yang tepat oleh guru dalam proses belajar mengajar mampu menciptakan suasana belajar yang efektif dan menyenangkan, serta dapat mempermudah siswa dalam menerima dan memahami materi yang dipelajari. Hal itu terlihat pada pencapaian hasil belajar yang berkualitas ditunjukkan dengan capaian nilai diatas standar ketuntasan. Salah satu cara yang dapat dilakukan oleh guru dalam pembelajaran adalah dengan menerapkan model pembelajaran think pair share dan concept mapping. Sampel dalam penelitian ini yaitu 72 siswa kelas X SMA I Nguter Sukoharjo. Teknik pengumpulan data yang digunakan yaitu kuisioner, observasi, dan dokumentasi. Teknik analisis data yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah statistik deskriptif dengan analisis frekuensi dan uji statistik t tes. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian tersebut menunjukkan adanya perbedaan, hal ini ditunjukkan dengan uji t diperoleh t hitung = 2.31 > t tabel = 1.99 yang berada pada daerah penolakan Ho untuk α = 5% dengan dk = 36+36-2 = 70. Disimpulkan bahwa model pembelajaran concept mapping lebih baik dibanding model pembelajaran  think pair share dalam meningkatkan hasil belajar siswa.Selection of an appropriate model of learning by the teacher in the learning process to create an effective learning environment and fun, and can facilitate students to receive and understand the material being studied. It was seen on achieving quality learning outcomes indicated by values ​​above performance standards mastery. One way that can be done by the teacher in learning is to apply a think pair share and concept mapping learning model. The sample for this study are 72 students grade ten in SMA 1 Nguter Sukoharjo . Data collection techniques were used questionnaires, observation, and documentation. Data analysis techniques in this research were used descriptive statistical analysis of the frequency and statistical test by t test. Based on these results reveal differences, as shown by the t-test obtained t value 2.31 > t table 1.99 means Ho rejected  for α = 5% and df = 36 +36-2 = 70. The results is the experimental class students learn better than the control class. It can be concluded that the concept mapping learning model is better than think pair share model  to improve student learning outcomes.
PENGARUH STRUKTUR MODAL DAN VOLUME PENJUALAN TERHADAP PROFITABILITAS PADA PRIMER KOPERASI PURNAWIRAWAN ANGKATAN BERSENJATA REPUBLIK INDONESIA (PRIMKOPPABRI) DI KABUPATEN KENDAL PERIODE 2010-2012 Rahayu, Masumi Ananingati
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2014): Economic Education Analysis Journal
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Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui dan menganalisis pengaruh secara parsial maupun simultan struktur modal dan volume penjualan terhadap profitabilitas pada Primer Koperasi Purnawirawan Angkatan Bersenjata Republik Indonesia(PRIMKOPPABRI) di Kabupaten Kendal. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kuantitatif dan jenis penelitian deskriptif dengan menggunakan motede statistik dan bersifat kausalitas yang mengacu pada laporan keuangan (neraca dan rugi laba) dalam bentuk bulanan periode Januari sampai Desember selama tahun 2010-2012. Berdasarkan hasil uji secara parsial untuk struktur modal dan volume penjualan terhadap profitabilitas berpengaruh secara signifikan dengan kontribusi sebesar 14,5% untuk struktur modal sedangkan volume penjualan sebesar 7,07%. Secara simultan ada pengaruh yang signifikan antara struktur modal dan volume penjualan terhadap profitabilitas pada PRIMKOPPABRI Kab.Kendal dengan kontribusi sebesar 18,5%. Dari hasil perhitungan diperoleh persamaan regresi berganda sebagai berikut: Y= -0,005 + 0,029 X1+ 0,019 X 2 + e.The purpose of this study is to investigate and analyze the effect of partially and simultaneously the capital structure on profitability and sales volume in the Primary Cooperative Retired Armed Forces of the Republic of Indonesia (PRIMKOPPABRI) in Kendal. This study used a quantitative approach and descriptive research using statistical motede and causality are referring to the financial statements (balance sheet and income statement) in the form of a monthly period of January to December during the years 2010-2012. Based on the test results for the partial capital structure on profitability and sales volume of significant influence with a contribution of 14,5 % to the capital structure while sales volume amounted to 7,07%. Simultaneously there is a significant influence of capital structure on profitability and sales volume in PRIMKOPPABRI Kab.Kendal with a contribution of 18,5 %. From the calculations, the following multiple regression equation: Y= -0,005 + 0,029 X1+ 0,019 X 2 + e.
Investment Interest with Capital Market Education as Moderator Fatimah, Fatimah; Nurkhin, Ahmad
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Economics Education Analysis Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/eeaj.v10i2.46732

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This study was to determine the role of investment knowledge and financial literacy in mediating the effect of capital market education on investment interest. This study used a quantitative approach and students of the Faculty of Economics enrolled in the Investment Gallery 2018 & 2019 as populations. The samples used 142 students. The research used simple random sampling. Methods of data collection used questionnaire. Data analysis techniques used descriptive analysis, path analysis, and multiple tests. The results of descriptive analysis showed that investment interest was in very high category then capital market education, investment knowledge, and financial literacy were included in the good category. Capital market education and investment knowledge had a significant positive effect on investment interests respectively by 0.262 and 0.561. Financial literacy had no effect on investment interest. Capital market education had a significant positive effect on investment knowledge 0.601 and financial literacy 0.531. Investment knowledge could mediate the effect capital market education on investment interest. Financial literacy could not mediate the effect capital market education on investment interest. The suggestion is, the implementation of the capital market education program should be evaluated and improved so students can increase investment knowledge, financial literacy, and investment interests.
The Role of Student Worksheet Media in Moderating Student Achievement Marwah, Amelia Siti; Najmudin, Najmudin; Naufalin, Lina Rifda
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Economics Education Analysis Journal
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The purpose of this research is to analyze the impact of student’s independence (learning by self motivation) and readiness (condition for ready to learn) moderated by student worksheets media on student’s achievement in examination score. The survey is a method used to analyze the purpose. Data collection techniques used in this research are documentation and survey/questionnaire used to learn the student’s responses on the independent learning, learning readiness, and Student Worksheets learning media. The population are 252 students at class eleventh and selected by probability sampling. The sampling technique in this research was using probability sampling by simple random sampling with the amount of sample are 155 students. The sample is calculated using the Slovin formula with an error rate 5%. The multiple regression with moderator variable is used to analyze the data. The finding of the research suggests that student’s independence and readiness in studying has partially a positive influence on student’s achievement; student worksheets media able to moderate the influence of both student’s independence and readiness in studying on on student’s achievement.
Improving Learning Achievement through Group Investigation Method with eLDirU Perwita, Dyah
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Economics Education Analysis Journal
Publisher : Department of Economics Education, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang

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This study aimed to improve learning achievement through the Group Investigation Method with eLDirU (e-learning of Jenderal Soedirman University). This study used a Classroom Action Research (CAR) approach. Classroom Action Research was carried out in a series of steps with 2 cycles. The research targets were students of Economic Education in the third semester of Jenderal Soedirman University in the Education Management course. The data collection techniques used observation, interview, test and documentation. The use of the Group Investigation Method and ELDirU was proven to improve learning achievement. The minimum completeness criteria set was 60 while the achievement target set was 80%. In the pre-cycle stage before the implementation of the Group Investigation Method with ELDirU, students who scored more than 60 were only 14 students or 29.78% with a class average score of 56.7. After the implementation of the Group Investigation Method with ELDirU, students who completed and had a score of more than 60 increased significantly to 37 students or 80.43% with a class average score of 72.2 in the first cycle. In the second cycle the students who completed increased again to 43 students or 93.47% with an average grade score of 86.96. The results of this study are expected to provide additional scientific references on the importance of improving the quality of e-learning in order to achieve good learning achievement.
Effect of Intensity of Accessing Internet, Sales Promotion, and Positive Emotions on Impulsive Buying Tirtaning, Kinanti Sekar; Setiaji, Khasan
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Economics Education Analysis Journal
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This study aimed to analyze the effect of internet access intensity, sales promotion, and positive emotions on impulsive buying in the marketplace. The research approach used a quantitative approach. The population in this study were students of Universitas Negeri Semarang, Class of 2016-2019. The number of samples in this study was 385 respondents who were calculated by using the infinite population slovin formula. The sampling technique used accidental sampling. The method of collecting data used a questionnaire. The results of this study indicated that there was an effect of the intensity of accessing the internet on impulsive buying, giving a partial effect of 4.93%. Sales promotion on impulsive buying had a partial effect of 7.40%. Positive emotions towards impulsive buying gave a partial contribution of 2.31%. There was an effect of the intensity of accessing the internet, sales promotion, and positive emotions on impulsive buying, giving a simultaneous effect of 37.2%. The suggestion of this research is that students are expected to make better use of their time so that they are not wasted just to access the marketplace, do shopping planning, prioritize needs rather than wants.
Academic Procrastination with Self-Control as Moderator Widhiastuti, Ratieh; Kanaka, Salsabila
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Economics Education Analysis Journal
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This study aimed to analyze the direct effect of fear of failure, organizational activeness, and teaching methods of lecturers with self-control as a moderating variable to academic procrastination. The population in this study was 330 students from class of 2017of the Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang. The sampling technique in this study used Stratified Random Sampling and sample size determination used the Slovin Formula with the results of the calculation of 181 students. Data collection techniques used a questionnaire. Data analysis techniques used descriptive statistical analysis and moderation regression analysis models. The results showed that fear of failure and organizational activity had a positive effect on academic procrastination. The teaching method of the lecturer did not affect academic procrastination. Self-control could moderate the effect of fear of failure on academic procrastination. Self-control could not moderate the effect of organizational activity and teaching methods of lecturers on academic procrastination. Suggestions from this research are students need to develop soft skills and increase confidence in their ability to reduce fear of failure in the future. Students can divide the time between the organization and lecture assignments so that students do not neglect each lecture assignment, so academic procrastination can decrease. For further research, self-control variables can be used as a mediating variable.
The Effect of Government Internal Control System on Regional Financial Accountability Utami, Fiesty; Ganika, Gerry
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Economics Education Analysis Journal
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The aims of this research is to examines the effect of government internal control system on regional financial accountability partially and simultaneously and using West Java Province as a case study. A quantitative approach utilized in this research. The population is all financial division employees in all 47 OPD in West Java Province. The data collected from 85 respondents as the sample by giving them a questionnaire instrument. This research uses SPSS 20 software to do path analysis in analyzing data. Monitoring (X5), Communication and Information (X4), Control Activities (X3), Risk Asssessment (X2), and Control Environment (X1) are the independent variables, whereas financial accountability (Y) is the dependent variable. The result indicates that the government internal control system affects 53.5% simultaneously positive and siginificant on financial accountability. That means a rising government internal control system would rising regional financial accountability. Partially, control and monitoring acttivities significantly positive in affecting financial accountability. However, control environment, risk assessment, communication and information partially does not significantly impact financial accountability in West Java Province. This paper would be great if the researchers add intervening variables like financial statement or some more dependent variables, which can be used for the future research.
Effectiveness of Think-Pair-Share Learning Model on Students' Creativity and Critical Thinking Ability Utami, Wukir Cahya; Rusdarti, Rusdarti
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Economics Education Analysis Journal
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This study aimed to measure students' creativity and critical economic thinking skills. The method was Quasi Experimental Design withNonequivalent control group design. The sampling process used purposive sampling technique and obtained 2 classes, namely class X IPS 3 as an experimental class using cooperative learning model of Think-Pair-Share and class X IPS 4 as a control class using Expository learning model. The variables in this study were creativity, critical thinking skills, and Think-Pair-Share cooperative learning. The results of the analysis of the effectiveness of the experimental class learning with the Think-Pair -Share learning model showed that the average final test result for the control class was 65.14 and the experimental class was 82.39 and obtained an N-Gain score of 0.58 in the moderate category, the Sig. (2-tailed) value of 0.000 <0.05 through the Paired sample t-test, it can be concluded that there was a difference in the average critical thinking ability of students in the economy. The results of the analysis of the student creativity sheet showed that the percentage of students' creativity in the experimental class was 86.00% with the very creative category and the control class was 55.80% with the quite creative category. This showed an increase in creativity and the ability to think critically in economic subjects, management materials using Think-Pair-Share learning model was more effective than using expository learning in class X IPS at SMA Negeri 1 Rembang, Purbalingga Regency.
Novice Investors Intention To Use XBRL With Age, Gender, And Experience As Moderating Variables Baswara, Satsya Yoga; Wibowo, Yureza Rian; Purnomo, Gabriel Dading
Economic Education Analysis Journal Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Economics Education Analysis Journal
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The purpose of this study was that novice investors could take the results of this study into consideration for using XBRL-based financial reports which were more flexible than ordinary financial reports. In this study, the behaviour of novice investors in using XBRL financial statements was tested by using the variable performance expectations and facility conditions from the Unified Theory of Acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) model. The two variables were selected from UTAUT because it was stated that UTAUT was a technology acceptance testing model that was perfect than other technology acceptance models. The population in this study was millenials aged 19 to 28 years old, while the sample was 121. This study used a quantitative method whose data used purposive sampling and for collecting data using questionnaires. For statistical tools, we used WARP PLS for second-order testing and SPSS for the multiple regression. The research showed us that there was a tendency that performance expectations and facility conditions affected the intention of novice investors to use XBRL in processing required financial statement information.

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