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International Journal of Business, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
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The International Journal of Business, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (IJBHES) is a periodical publication for research activities in the fields of business, humanities, education and social science studies. The results of the research in this journal are then expected to be used to develop further research, and the development of teaching materials
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN KOREAN AND JAVANESE QUANTIFIER AND THE APPLICATION IN SENTENCES Mukaromah, Dyah
Jurnal Internasional Bisnis, Humaniora, Pendidikan dan Ilmu Sosial Vol 1 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Business, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
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Abstract? A language without grammar is a body without soul. Grammar truly holds an essential part in a language. In grammar, there is one important part which is said to be quantifier. Quantifier is specific words used to count numbers of an object. Such as found in the phrases, two pages letter, three bars of chocolate, etc. Quantifier is widely used in plenty languages, yet not all languages. There are several languages which do not recognise the system of counting object using quantifier. Those languages only use substitute words having the same function as quantifier. This paper explain a comparative study between language which use quantifier (in this case Korean) and language which do not use quantifier (Javanese), yet use substitute words instead. The differences then compared in the view of how it is applied in the sentences in each language.
DAILY JOURNAL OF GRATITUDE AS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY IN STUDENT PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PROGRAM Yudhawati, Dian
Jurnal Internasional Bisnis, Humaniora, Pendidikan dan Ilmu Sosial Vol 1 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Business, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
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Abstract?The theory of positive psychology pioneered by Martin Seligman focuses on efforts to explore and developcharacters as the human strengths. By exploring and developing the positive side of the individual will lead someone tohave true happiness. Human life will be meaningful if the positive side of humans can be maximally developed. Byapplying positive psychology, it is expected that lecturers can carry out guidance and counseling for the development ofstudent personalities. Personality developments needed are intrapersonal, interpersonal, problem solving, learning andprofessional skills. The Daily Journal of Gratitude is an activity that can be applied to motivate the growth of gratefulhabit which is an aspect of positive psychology. Gratitude as a cognitive construction is shown by acknowledging mercyand kindness for the blessings that have been received by a person and focusing on the positive things. The connectionwith personality development is the ability of students to develop intrapersonal skills. As an emotional construction,gratitude is characterized by the ability to change the emotional response to a thing happened so that it becomes moremeaningful. This is related to the development of students when facing other people or the ability to developinterpersonal skills. Gratitude emotions involve feelings of amazement, gratitude, appreciation and happiness for theblessings and the life to be lived. Gratitude as a construction of behavior is kind of respond in return to others for thebenefits and gifts received . Personality development in the construction of behavior is related to learning skills,problem solving skills and professional skills. By applying the Daily Journal of Gratitude it is hoped that students canbe guided and counseled to become individuals who are able to develop optimally in their lives on campus up to thegraduation day, so that they can have the skills to interact in a complex and diverse multigeneration environment.
BLENDED LEARNING MODEL TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ LEARNING INDEPENDENCE ON VISUAL PROGRAMMING COURSE Ratnawati, Dwi
Jurnal Internasional Bisnis, Humaniora, Pendidikan dan Ilmu Sosial Vol 1 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Business, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
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Abstract- This research aims at finding out the improvement of student learning independence (KBM)through blended learning. The research method employs quasi experimental with design. There are 23students of Information Technology Education that divided into two sample groups, experiment class andcontrol class as the research subject. Experiment class was treated nonequivalent pre-test and post-test andgiven blended learning, while the control group was given conventional learning. The research instrumentconsists of preliminary competence test (KAM) and questionnaire of student learning independence. Thedata are analyzed quantitative descriptive. The research result shows that student learning independencein blended learning class does not improve better than the one which get conventional learning.
THE EFFECT OF QUALITY TANGIBLES, RELIABILITY, RESPONSIVENESS, ASSURANCE, EMPATY ON PATIENT SATISFACTION AT QUEEN LATIFA GENERAL HOSPITAL Purwanti, Siti; Sugiyanto, Bambang; Wening, Nur; Moertono, Bambang
Jurnal Internasional Bisnis, Humaniora, Pendidikan dan Ilmu Sosial Vol 1 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Business, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
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Background:Queen Latifa General Hospital is type D hospital that will be developed to be type C hospital. Thisdevelopment is done to further improve the service and claim value of BPJS to increase the welfareat Queen Latifa General Hospital, to fulfill the procurement of service facilities and to increase theconsumer satisfaction as well. It needs to do the research about how the level of patient satisfactiontowards the service of Queen Latifa General Hospital so that it is able to know about quality ofhospital service in order to be type C hospital in the future. Method:This research uses non-experimental quantitative design, with descriptive regression design, theresearch design used is cross sectional because the data collection of independent variables anddependent variable are done simultaneously at the same time, that is the quality of service towardsthe patient satisfaction at Queen Latifa General Hospital. Results and Discussion:From the results of F test in this study, it is obtained the F value is 12.32 with a significance number(P value) of 0.000. With 95% significance level, it means that variable of Tangibles, Reliability,Responsiveness, Assurance, Empathy have significant influence on patient satisfaction variable.The value of Adjusted R2 is 0.64 which means that the independent variable (Tangibles,Reliability, Responsiveness, Assurance, Empathy) can explain the dependent variable (Patientsatisfaction) of 64%, while the rest is explained by other factors which are not examined. Theresults of Multiple Regression Analysis Value of 0.29 on tangibles variable is positive, the valueof -0.24 in Reliability variable is negative, the value of -0.21 on responsiveness variable isnegative, the value of 0.64 on assurance variable is positive, and the value of 0.35 on the empathyvariable is positive, so that it can be concluded that the higher the quality of empathy, the higherthe patient satisfaction will be. Conclusion:The service quality at Queen Latifa General Hospital has been running well in terms of quality oftangibles, reliability, responsiveness, assurance, and empathy.
THE EFFECT SELF EFFICACY AND COMPETENCE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS WITH COPING AS MEDIATION Zulhawati; Pujiastuti; Rofiqoh, Ifah; Diana Sari, Septi
Jurnal Internasional Bisnis, Humaniora, Pendidikan dan Ilmu Sosial Vol 1 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Business, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
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Abstract? The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of self-efficacy and competence on the intention toentrepreneurship by coping as a mediating variable. Self-efficacy is the level of confidence in doing the task well,competence is the ability, knowledge / understanding, and attitude needed in carrying out job responsibilities. Copingas a behavioral and cognitive effort in managing internal and external demands is expected to overload and exceedindividual abilities. The sample in this study were Yogyakarta Technological University (UTY) students who weredivided into three groups, namely students who had never received entrepreneurship courses, had already receivedcourses, entrepreneurship, and students who had obtained courses, entrepreneurship who had just joined theEntrepreneurship Development Program. The results of the study showed that self-efficacy, competence and copinginfluenced the desire for entrepreneurship. Self-efficacy and competence have an indirect positive effect onentrepreneurial intentions through coping.

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