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THE EFFECT WORKING ENVIRONMENT, JOB CHARACTERISTIC AND JOB MOTIVATION TO JOB SATISFACTION AT LECTURE JAMBI UNIVERSITAS Rosmiati, Rosmiati; Ekawarna, Ekawarna; Haryanto, Eddy
Jurnal Ilmiah Universitas Batanghari Jambi Vol 17, No 1 (2017): Februari
Publisher : Jurnal Ilmiah Universitas Batanghari Jambi

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The objective of this research is to obtain information on the effect of working environment, job Characteristic and job motivation to job satisfaction. The population of this research is the Lecture Jambi University. The total number of the research sample was 273 Official Member of Lecture Jambi University and they were taken randomly. Data analysis technique was used path analisys with SPSS and LISREL program.The formulation of this research are: 1) Is the work environment (X1) directly influence the work motivation (X3),2) Is the work environment (X1) directly influence job satisfaction (Y), 3) Is the Job Characteristics (X2) directly influence the work motivation (X3), 4) Is the Job Characteristics (X2) directly influence job satisfaction (Y), 5) Is the work motivation (X3) directly influence job satisfaction (Y) 6). Is the work environment (X1) indirect effect on job satisfaction (Y) but the first direct effect on work motivation (X3) 7). Is the Job Characteristics (X2) indirect effect on job satisfaction (Y) but the first direct effect on work motivation (X3).Based on the above formula, it can be presumed that that job satisfaction can be explained by the variable work motivation, job characteristics, and work environment.Keywords : working environment, job characteristic And job motivation to job satisfaction
The Demotivating Factors of English Language Learning Among Madrasah Tsanawiah Students: The Case of One Madrasah in Jambi City HARYANTO, EDDY; MAKMUR, MAKMUR; ISMIYATI, YANTI; AISYAH, SITI
Edukasi Vol 5 No 1 (2018): Edukasi: Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran
Publisher : State Islamic University of Raden Fatah Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia

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The purpose of this study was to explore the demotivating factors of the learners in EFL learning at one madrasah tsanawiah in Jambi City. Particularly, this study was to find out the particular factors that demotivate madrasah tsanawiah students’ during the learning process. Many studies have mainly focused on teachers’ motivation or students’ motivation and teachers’ motivation rather than student demotivation in English as a foreign language (EFL) learning context, whereas lack of data has been found on the factors that cause student demotivation in Indonesian EFL learning contexts at secondary school level. The participants were a purposive sample of English students who currently studied at a madrasah . The study was designed as a qualitative case study and involved a demographic questioner and face-to-face interviews for data collection. The result revealed that peer influences were as the main demotivation for the students. Other demotivators for EFL students in this research included school condition such as lack of resources and facilities. Suggestions for further research also are discussed.
Why Choose Volunteering in an Islamic Boarding School? Documenting the Undocumented Voluntary Teaching Motives HARYANTO, EDDY; HARJA, HARLINA; PUTRI, DERY MULIA; SUPAWAL, SUPAWAL; AMIN, MAD
Ta'dib Vol 23 No 1 (2018): Ta'dib
Publisher : Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Sciences, Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Fatah Palembang

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This study was part of a larger study aiming at understanding what motives possessed by voluntary teachers of English to teach at one pesantren (Islamic boarding school) in Jambi, Indonesia. The research design of this study was qualitative with a case study approach. The data were collected through demographic profiles and semi-structured interviews with seven female voluntary teachers as the participants of the study to obtain in-depth information regarding implicit and explicit motives to teaching. We analyzed the demographic data descriptively and analyzed the semi-interviews data by using within-case and cross-case displays and analyses. The interview data were digitally recorded, transcribed verbatim, and carefully analysed.  The findings indicated that seven voluntary teachers of English implicit and explicit motives to teach English were motivated by interpersonal, community service, the continuation, and non-salary motives.
English Exposure from Digital Media and its Influence on Communicative Competence: Students’ Perspectives and Experiences HARYANTO, EDDY; SULISTIYO, URIP; FRANSISKA, POVI; YOSE, IMELDA
IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education) Vol 3, No 2, December 2019 (In progress)
Publisher : Jambi University, the Graduate School, Doctoral Program in Education

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This research investigated the phenomenon of English language exposure from digital media, which is divided into three media platforms (internet and social media, audiovisual, and audio). The main aim of the research was to find out participants? perspectives on digital media as language users and digital media?s influences on the participants? communicative competence. This research was designed as a qualitative research with a phenomenological approach. The data were collected through semi-structured interviews and document reviews. The findings are divided into two main issues. First, the participants? perspectives on digital media revealed that digital media are divided into two points of views; 1) their functions (providing platforms to integrate language knowledge into language productions, providing blueprints of popular linguistics features, and answering to any questions about all related information), 2) the contents (limitless, authentic, and engaging). The findings of the research suggest that there is an important experience of English exposure found and exercised by the participants from/in all the three digital media. Implications and suggestions are also discussed.