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Acceptance of Health Information System for Public Health Centre in North Borneo, Indonesia Kusumawati, Nurul Irma; Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati
International Journal of Public Health Science (IJPHS) Vol 7, No 3: September 2018
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

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This study sought the factor associated with own acceptance of HIS for PHC by using the modification of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) in the Sebengkok PHC, Central Tarakan Subdistrict, Tarakan City, North Borneo, Indonesia. A cross-sectional approach was conducted through a survey on the 37 of PHC’s user. A set of questionnaires which was adopted from the previous research was used to collect the information from the participant. The model was developed by involving job relevance, output quality, result demonstrability, screen design, terminology, facilitating condition, perceived of usefulness, perceived ease of use, intention to use and system use (actual usage) as the construct. According to the hypothesis testing, perceived usefulness predicted by terminology, perceived ease of use is significantly predicted by screen design and terminology, perceived usefulness significantly predicts the intention of use and perceived ease of use, while system use which predicted considerably by the intention of use and facilitating condition. This study may have a contribution to the future improvement of HIS for PHC and guide the next coming research to dig the difference acceptance among the user. 
Pelatihan Berwirausaha Sampah dan Manajemen Sampah di Desa Argorejo, Sedayu, Bantul, Yogyakarta Hastuti, Siti Kurnia Widi; Tentama, Fatwa; Mulasari, Surahma Asti; Sukesi, Triwahyuni; Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati; Maulana, Muchsin
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat Vol 5 No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar Banten

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND WASTE MANAGEMENT TRAINING IN ARGOREJO VILLAGE, SEDAYU, BANTUL, YOGYAKARTA. Ministry of Environment noted that the average population of Indonesia produces around 2.5 liters of waste per day or 625 million liters of the total population. This condition will continue to grow according to the environment. According to the Indonesian Waste Statistics (2012) the amount of waste that appears throughout Indonesia reaches 38.5 million tons per year with the dominant waste being in Java (21.2 million tons per year). Waste generation will not decrease or run out and will even continue to grow along with the growth of human population and the higher and more complex human activities. The accumulation of waste that is getting bigger from day to day will reduce space and disrupt human activities so that the human goal to improve the quality of life actually makes the quality of life decrease due to waste generation problems.Method used is to provide counseling and training directly to the general public with material for entrepreneurship motivation and waste bank management using lecture, discussion, and question and answer methods. Results obtained were the extension activities and the training went well and the participants actively participated in the extension activities to completion. Counseling is done interactively between the speakers and the participants present.
GENEALOGY OF TABUT RITUAL CULTURAL AESTHETICS OF THE SUMATRAN WEST COASTAL COMMUNITY KHANIZAR, KHANIZAR; Wirawan, AA Bagus; Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati; Sukardja, Putu
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol 9, No 3 (2016): August 2016
Publisher : Cultural Studies Doctorate Program, Postgraduate Program of Udayana University

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The tabut ritual is performed in the West Coastal area of Sumatera to commemorate Imam Husein Bin Ali Abi Thalib when he was captured by the soldiers of Yazid Muawiyah in Padang Karbala. It is performed once a year, from the first to the tenth of Muharam, which is counted based on the Hijirah year. This present study is intended to investigate the form, function, and meaning of the genealogy of the tabut ritual which is performed in and as the identity of the West Coastal Area of Sumatera. It tries to (1) discuss and deconstruct the values of such a ritual as the community’s identity which tightens the cultural value of the Sumatran West Coastal community; (2) exploits the tabut ritual as the form of the Sumatran West Coastal community’s identity; (3) apply the function of the ethnical aesthetics; (4) explain the aesthetic meaning in its relation to religion and customs and traditions. Three theories were used to answer the problems of the study; they are the theory of genealogy proposed by Michel Foucault and the postcolonial theory. What could be concluded from the present study are as follows. The genealogical forms of the tabut ritual which is performed in the  West Coastal are of Sumatera reflects the community’s cultural aesthetics and functions to purify the soul; it also reflects religiosity, mystical and aesthetic experience  and the hegemony which exceeds the postcolonial patronage, meaning that such a ritual has the purification function. It also reflects the cosmological aesthetics of the supporting community. It has deconstruction and aesthetical genealogical meaning.
TANTANGAN MENGGUNAKAN SISTEM INFORMASI GEOGRAFI DI INDONESIA−APLIKASI KEMATIAN IBU Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati
Jurnal Ilmu Kebidanan (Journal of Midwivery Science) Vol 1, No 1: Maret 2013
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan AKBIDYO

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Latar Belakang: Angka Kematian Ibu (AKI) adalah jumlah kematian Ibu tiap 100.000 kelahiran hidup. Angka Kema- tian Ibu merupakan nilai penting yang harus diperhatikan semua negara di dunia termasuk Indonesia, hal ini karena merupakan salah satu tolok ukur pencapaian MDGs 5 (tujuan pembangunan milenium poin 5). Penggunaan SIG dalam bidang kesehatan sudah cukup luas, namun demikian dalam konteks kematian ibu masih cukup terbatas.Tujuan: Untuk mengetahui perkembangan aplikasi sistem informasi geografi selama sepuluh tahun terakhirMetode: Review ini dilakukan berdasarkan beberapa penelitian ilmiah terutama yang fokus pada SIG aplikasi ke- matian ibu.Hasil: Review ini mengidentifikasi beberapa masalah, satu diantaranya adalah ketersediaan data yang kurang bagus, sehingga SIG tidak mampu dijalankan dengan maksimal termasuk di Indonesia.Simpulan: Beberapa aplikasi berhubungan dengan kematian ibu sudah diterapkan di berbagai belahan dunia ter-masuk di Indonesia, misalnya pemetaan distribusi kematian ibu dan analisa spasial kematian ibu.ABSTRACTBackground: Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) is number of mother deaths per 100.000 live births. MMR is one important value that must be considered by all country in the world, it is because MMR is one how to measure a success of the country related to MDGs point 5. The use of Geographic Information System (GIS) in health sector has been very large; however, especially in maternal mortality this application is still limited.Objective: To know the development of geographic information systems applications over the last ten years.Method:This review based on several research articles mainly focus on GIS application related to maternal morta- lity.Result: This paper identified several issues in application GIS related to maternal mortality; one of which is data availability is not good that makes GIS can’t give his best performance.Conclusion: The conclusion of this paper that some applications related to maternal mortality has been applied in various part of the world included Indonesia, for example, mapping of maternal mortality distribution and spatialanalysis of maternal mortality.
Identifikasi Potensi dan Pendayagunaan Sumber Pangan Lokal untuk Penganekaragaman Pangan di Kabupaten Sukoharjo Jawa Tengah Hartati, Sri; Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati
WIDYATAMA Vol 19, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : WIDYATAMA

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Identifikasi  Potensi  dan  Pendayagunaan  Sumber Pangan Lokal untuk Penganekaragaman Pangan  di Kabupaten Sukoharjo Jawa Tengah Sri Hartati dan Sulistyawati Program Studi Teknologi Hasil Pertanian, FAPERTA, Univet Bantara SukoharjoJl. Letjend S. Humardani No. 1 Kampus Jombor Sukoharjo Abstrak Industrialisasi pangan yang beraneka adalah wujud kongkrit pengembangan keanekaragaman pangan. Pengembangan keanekaragaman pangan terutama yang bersumberdaya pangan lokal (indigenous food) perlu mendapat dukungan Pemerintah Daerah. Penelitian bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi potensi dan pendayagunaan sumber  pangan lokal untuk penganekaragaman pangan di Kabupaten Sukoharjo. Penelitian dilakukan dengan metode deskriptif. Data sekunder didapat dari survey kelembagaan (Institutional Survey) pada dinas terkait di Pemerintah Kabupaten Sukoharjo yakni Dinas Pertanian, Badan Pusat Statistis dan Dinas Perindustrian, Perdagangan dan Koperasi. Data yang diperoleh selanjutnya dilakukan verifikasi lokasi dan dianalisis. Hasil identifikasi ditinjau dari aspek produksi (ketersediaan) menunjukkan bahwa pangan lokal yang paling potensi dikembangkan untuk penganekaragaman pangan di kabupaten Sukoharjo adalah ubi kayu, kemudian jagung dan kacang tanah, sedang dari aspek pengolahan, industri yang paling siap untuk penganekaragaman adalah yang berbahan baku ketela pohon. Kata-kata  kunci : Penganekaragaman pangan, Ketahanan pangan, Pangan lokal
Nama dan Gelar di Keraton Yogyakarta Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati
Jurnal Humaniora Vol 16, No 3 (2004)
Publisher : Faculty of Cultural Science Universitas Gadjah Mada

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One of the identities of the Yogyakarta palace community is their names and titles. The naming and entitlement system are influenced by kinship relation, rank in the palace, marital status of the partner of the nobility bearers, previous nobility status, and the working institution. The name and title are given to sultan's family and the abdi dalem (royal servants). There are two types of abdi dalem. The internal abdi dalem (abdi dalem punakawan) are employees who work inside the palace and the external abdi dalem (abdi dalem kaprajan) are those who apply for being "abdi dalem" but they actually work in local governmental offices or other work places. outside the palace. Names can be classified into childhood name and adulthood name, while titles are classified into inherited title and bestowal title. The name and title can be changed. The change of name is usually followed by the change of the title as well. This change can be influenced by age, marital status, and rank.
Low Tannins and HCN of Lindur Fruit Flour Products as an Alternative Food sulistyawati, Sulistyawati; Wignyanto, Wignyanto; Kumalaningsih, Sri
Jurnal Teknologi Pertanian Vol 13, No 3 (2012)
Publisher : Fakultas Teknologi Pertanian Universitas Brawijaya

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Lindur fruit (Bruguiera gymnorrhiza Lamk.) has opportunities to be explored as an alternative food because it contains high carbohydrate that can be processed into flour. Lindur fruits contain antinutrient, namely tannin and Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN) that of which concentration should be reduced first before processing to be safe for consumption. This study aims to determine the concentration of rice husk ash and the right soaking time to decrease the level of tannins and HCN of  the lindur fruit flour  into safe limits level for consumption. This research used Randomized Group Design with two factors, namely rice husk ash concentration (20, 25, 30% w/w) and immersion time (12, 24, 36 hours). Analysis of Variance was used as Statistical data analysis of the research. Duncan Multiple Range Test on the level of sygnificancy 1% was used to test the different among treatment. The result shown that soaking lindur fruit at the concentration 30% w/w of husk ash solution in 24 hours can be reduced anti-nutrient substance to the safe limit for consumption, with the remaining tannin levels at 0.206% and 3.435 ppm of HCN. Lindur fruit drying to be processed into flour used temperature of 70 0C can reduced moisture content of 8.468% in 10 hours and produced the flour which meet the requirements as a brownish color food; 96.271% absorption of water; yield at 18.940%; 82.092% of carbohydrate; 5.597% of protein; 1.797% of fat; 18.476% of amylose; 8.701% of crude fiber; 1.609% of ash;   0.192% of tannins and 3.375 ppm of HCN. Keywords: mangrove, rice husk ash, soaking, drying temperatur
The Role of Cultural Values in Motivating the Competencies of Hindu Balinese Human Resources in Tourism to Gain Manager Level Positions in Rated Hotels in Bali Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 3 Number 2 (September 2016)
Publisher : Doctoral Program in Tourism Udayana University

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In response to the new era of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) since year 2015 – Bali, as the primary gateway of Indonesian tourism, must improve the quality of Hindu Balinese human resources in tourism (HB HRT). Winata (2014: 6) explained that adat istiadat (customs and traditions) is one of the cause for their low commitment in their job, as HB HRT often take leave due to adat obligations. Therefore, one of the impact, as in the case of a hotel in Kuta, is that hotels often avoid recruiting HB HRT. Hence, issue to be discussed in this study is to understand the role of Balinese Cultural Values as a potential and as an obstacle in HBHRT’s competency to achieve managerial positions in star-rated hotels in Bali. The research will use a concurrent triangulation method on data collected through interviews and questionaires.While sampling will be done with Purposive Sampling method on star-rated hotels located in Sanur, Kuta and Nusa Dua. Finally, the data analysis will be carried out by referring to Motivation Theory (McClelland, 1976), Competency Theory (Spencer and Spencer, 1993), Value Orientations Theory (Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck, 1961), through a descriptive interpretative qualitative approach as well as a quantitative approach based on Principal Component Analysis (PCA) statistics. The research results will show that based on the data, HB HRT have good set of competencies, and these good competencies are inseparable from their background of Balinese Cultural Values (BCV), mainly derived from Hindu culture and religion. As part of upholding their culture, a HB HRT is a person with pawongan concept of harmonious relationship between human beings indicated by 79.1% people with tresna (love), the parhyangan concept of harmonious relationship between human beings and God indicated by 75% people engaging in dharma yatra pilgrimages and study, and the palemahan concept of harmonious relationship between human beings and nature indicated by 69.8% people valuing Bali shanti (a peaceful Bali). On the other hand the obstacles in occupying manager positions in star-rated hotels in Bali are mostly due to internal factors – namely, their own personal motives which are often based on erroneous understandings of BCV. Therefore, in order to increase the Spiritual Quotient (SQ) of HB HRT in achieving managerial positions, the strategy will be through career development with motivation programs while redefining their Balinese Cultural Values to give positive impact to their living standard, to the company, to the environment, and to God.
REPRESENTATION OF KEBAYA FASHION IN JAGATNATHA TEMPLE DENPASAR Sri Suasmini, I Dewa Ayu; Ardika, I Wayan; Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati; Wiasti, Ni Made
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Volume 11, Number 4, November 2018
Publisher : Cultural Studies Doctorate Program, Postgraduate Program of Udayana University

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Kebaya is a traditional Balinese outfit worn during religious ceremonies. Kebaya as a fashion boss today is experiencing rapid development. Women in the city of Denpasar tend to follow the trend of fesyenkebaya when offering worship to the temple. Modern kebaya is a choice as a representation when going to the Great Jagatnatha Temple. Women always want to appear fasionabeldan want to be the center of attention. As if the Great Jagatnatha Temple was used as a fashion show stage by women in Denpasar City. This phenomenon is interesting to study in the formulation of the problem, which is the fashion style to Agung Jagatnatha Temple as a representation of women in Denpasar City. This study used descriptive qualitative method. The theory used is representation theory and consumerism. The results of this study indicate that the reason women represent kebaya to temple is because the development of kebaya today is very rapid. This development is due to the advancement of technology and information so that materials and models of kebaya can be quickly produced. This causes women to wear trendy kebaya so that it is not considered outdated. Pura Agung Jagatnatha is a public temple and the largest temple in the city of Denpasar is always crowded with visitors on Hindu religious holidays. Agung Jagatnatha Temple is used as a place to represent the performance during prayer. For contemporary women in the city of Denpasar, not only when attending a reception, when praying to the temple must also be fashionable. Keywords: representation, fashion kebaya to temple, fashionable.
Climate Change and Health Teenager’s Perceptions as a Basis for Interventions Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati; Nisa, Izzatun
International Journal of Public Health Science (IJPHS) Vol 5, No 3: September 2016
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

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Climate change is becoming a major issue around the globe with increasing impact on human health. Strategies aiming to address these climate change impacts are thus a necessity. Involving teenagers as agents of change is one way to promote necessary changes in attitudes and behaviors, in the community and our future society. This paper explores climate change perceptions among teenagers in order to formulate strategies that include them as agents in climate change adaptation addressing health. We did quick survey in 95 students, which are categorized as teenagers from a senior high school in Gunungkidul, Indonesia randomly enrolled as respondents in this research, but 15 of them dropped out due to the incompleteness of answer. A structured questionnaire was used to measure the teenagers’ perceptions about climate change and health. Based on this research respondents have had an intermediate understanding of the impact of climate change on human health. There were 65% of respondents stated that they felt the impact of climate change this time. However, the level of understanding varies with respect to disease. So that, it is highly recommended to improve the knowledge of teenagers about climate change and its consequences on human health by use mass media (TV, Radio and the internet) as media channels for interventions targeting teenagers.