cover
Contact Name
Prof. Widodo, S.Si, M.Si, Ph,D. Med.Sc
Contact Email
nst.journal.editor@gmail.com
Phone
+6282132116373
Journal Mail Official
nst.journal.editor@gmail.com
Editorial Address
Jalan Akasia Permai A.10, Malang, Jawa Timur, Indonesia
Location
Unknown,
Unknown
INDONESIA
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings
Published by GALAXY SCIENCE
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26229692     DOI : -
NST Proceeding supports regional research communities to globalise their findings in Science and Technology by providing an open access, online platform in line with international publishing standards and indexing scholarly conference proceedings. The current emphasis of the NST Proceeding includes (but is not limited to) the following areas: Life Science, Mathematics, Eductation, Social Science, Medicinal Science and etc. All conference papers published on the NST Proceeding are fully Open Access. Open Access publications are freely and permanently available online to any reader, anywhere in the world without subscription to the publications in which these articles are published. Unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium are permitted, provided the author/editor is properly attributed. NST Proceeding will provide high-quality peer review by scientific comittee and proofreading service by native speaker to make sure the language quality. We are the best in rapid publication processes for the open access content, maximum visibility and all-time availability for the published articles, citation tracking and indexing in a variety of databases.
Articles 73 Documents
Search results for , issue "4th International Seminar of Research Month" : 73 Documents clear
Analysis of Corporate Governance Based on The Agency Theory I. Wikartika; Akbar, Fajar Syaiful
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Improved company performance can support the company's survival to continue to survive in the future. The corporate governance system provides effective protection for shareholders and creditors so they are sure they will get a return on their investment correctly. Corporate governance also helps create a conducive environment for the creation of efficient and sustainable growth in the corporate sector. The implementation of corporate governance in Indonesia has not been able to meet expectations so that it has become one of the causes of economic instability that has an impact on the decline in corporate financial performance. The enforcement of good corporate governance is also used to minimize conflicts of interest between shareholders and company management or agency problems. This study aimed to determine the effect of corporate governance on corporate financial performance. Corporate governance was proxied by using institutional ownership and concentration of ownership, while the company's financial performance was proxied by using Tobin's Q. The research method used was a quantitative method using multiple linear regression analysis techniques. The study population used companies listed on LQ45 on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The research sample of 45 companies in 2018. The results showed that institutional ownership did not affect dividends and financial performance. The concentration of ownership affected the dividends and dividends affected the financial performance, but the concentration of ownership did not affect the financial performance of the company.
A Systematic Literature Review of Factors Caused Academic Fraud Behavior Suhartini, Dwi; Priono, Hero; Widoretno, Astrini Aning; Tiaramurti, Galuh
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

This study uses the literature review method because it aims to analyze the factors that cause academic fraud behavior by looking at the fraud theory used and the research method approach. The factors examined include the theory of the pentagon dimension proposed by Jonathan Marks in 2012 and the GONE theory coined by Jack Bologna in 1992. Pentagon theory has five factors namely pressure, opportunity, rationalization, ability, and arrogance. While the GONE theory is four factors, namely Greed, Opportunity, Need, and Expose. In this study, several journals have been examined related to the theory of the pentagon dimension and the GONE theory so that it can be concluded that there is pressure because students want high grades and the desire to graduate immediately. Besides, the opportunity students have, to do academic cheating and rationalization that making the idea that fraud academic behavior is common. Those three factors are most influential in academic fraud behavior. With this conclusion, it can be suggested to lecturers to optimize learning methods that combine hard skills and soft skills to prevent academic fraud behavior to happen.
Sinergity of Ethical Aspects and State Defense Characters to Accounting Competency G. S. Budiwitjaksono; Yuhertiana, Indrawati; Romaisyah, Luqita
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

The aim of this study is to explain empirically about the synergy of ethical aspects, the character of state defense and accounting competence in the accounting profession society. This study is a development of the results of Gideon's research (2018), especially in the aspect of behavior. This study method uses qualitative research, with an interpretive approach with interview and observation data collection techniques in several accounting profession communities, especially accountants who work as public accountants, tax accountants, management accountants and educator accountants, in several cities in Java, including : Surabaya, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Bandung, Jakarta. The result of this study showed that accountants are professions that carry out their work always prioritizing aspects of controlled behavior based on a code of ethics regulated in his profession. And accountants also carry out their work in accordance with scientific abilities and technical expertise. Professional accountants show competence that requires several components, namely; special knowledge that demands continuous and consistent expertise or skills and experience; very high moral standards; serve the interests of the community; there is a special permit to run a profession; become a member of a profession. The character of Defending the country is a trait that shows a strong spirit that always grows and develops continuously in carrying out every professional activity. The synergy of the ethical component and character of the state defense can be the strength of the accountant's self in creating adequate competence, and can become a basic ability or need to form a professional individual.
Development of Etawa Goat Milk Results in Telemung Village Kustini, Kustini; Winarti, Sri; Supriyono; Mawardi, Alfiandi Imam
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Telemung Village, Pulosari Subdistrict, Banyuwangi Regency has superior commodities, one of which is in the livestock sector, namely Etawa goat cultivation. Apart from being sold from the cultivation of Etawa goats, they also raise etawa goats for milking for their milk. milk products are sold in retail form in plastic packages and sold to collectors in other villages. The packaging used is also ordinary plastic packaging and there are no innovations so that goat milk can be preferred both for the telemung village community itself and for the wider community. This is what makes goat milk products less attractive. This is an obstacle even though Etawa goat milk is more expensive than cow's milk, this is a prospect for telumung village people to increase community income. The purpose of this activity is to introduce goat milk to telemung villagers and other villages which in turn can improve the community's economy. The method used is training in making pasteurized milk by adding some flavors and training in dairy products, and counseling on how to milk the hiegins. The results of the activity showed that the community understood the stages and how to make pasteurization of goat milk with several flavors and the manufacture of candy from goat milk. Partner communities are interested in producing for sale as well as household consumption.
Analysis of the Determinant Effects Stress of Students that Working on Thesis Supriyono; Romaisyah, Luqita; Mawardi, Alfiandi Imam
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Demands on the quality of education increasing continually, the government is promoting a high standard to deal with industry 4.0. One of the problems in terms of education phases is the thesis that problems occur in the work of the thesis triggers the stress of students who can inhibit thesis completion. This research aims to link the relationship between self-efficacy and self-disclosure and moderator variables namely emotional quotient (EQ) with student stress when working on the thesis. This study aims to link the relationship between self-efficacy and self-disclosure and moderator variables namely emotional quotient (EQ) with student stress when working on the thesis. This research also uses the quantitative Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) method with the Partial Least Square (PLS) approach. The population in this study is students who have taken the thesis for more than one year. The results of this study indicate in descriptive that (1) self-efficacy and EQ have a significant influence on student stress that show how important those variables influence student stress (2) On the other side, self-disclosure hasn’t an effect to strengthen student stress that insignificantly effects (3) The role of the lecturer as an important supervisor and other lecturing media will be determining and influencing student stress (4) There are several solutions to decrease student stress.
The Role of Servicescape and Perceived Sacrifice on Loyalty Intentions University Students Izaak, Wilma Cordelia; Alit, Ronggo
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

This research aims to examine the important role of the servicescape on the level of commitment of college students to complete their lectures at their university. This research also tries to explain how perceived sacrifice in moderating servicescape towards intention to be loyal from new state university students. By using Partial Least Square analysis, the results are expected to be able to show the role of the servicescape towards the intention to be loyal to students and with student’s perceived sacrifice able to strengthen or weaken student judgment to servicescape. This research is only carried out in a limited scope, where the population is students of 2016 until 2018 so that they can still pass the disposition stage or switch to different decisions during their study so that the focus of the research is students of class 2016 until students of class 2018 who are still actively recorded on the main data of the faculty. The main reason for this population selection is to get measurable results whether there is a relationship to the assessment of servicescape with loyalty intentions, with the moderator variables of student’s perceived sacrifice. The results of this research are expected to be able to provide a new choice that enriches the process of developing service marketing in good university governance for higher education and the learning process for all parties. Within the examination among research variables, it was found that servicescape and perceived sacrifice have a significant effect on the implementation of student loyalty intentions. The results of this study can be used as a reference for the improvement of good university government construction management using a sustainable servicescape approach among students.
The Actualization of the Autonomous Norms of Village Regulations in Sekaran Lamongan Sub-District in Accommodating Village Needs in the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia Kartika, Adhitya Widya
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Research on village regulations is important for the smooth functioning of village governments in carrying out their government functions. The legal norm, in this case, is regaling, which is an important village regulation to be compiled as a benchmark for the village government in carrying out its government functions. Village regulations are drawn up by village officials and villagers are expected to cover all the aspirations needed by the community and the government to develop the village concerned. However, if the lack of knowledge and socialization can cause things that are not expected to be achieved, then this research is needed to ensure that their implementation is following the norms in the law. This research was conducted with social-legal research with respondents who process secondary data and then conclude. The results of his research include that village regulation already exists in every village except that there are still many village regulations which are village regulations on annual village activities. For example about the village budget and village regulations related to village head reporting. Village regulations other than annual activities are only carried out by a few villages. Also, other provisions that can be stated in village regulations are still limited to verbal regulations or socialization, for example regarding the natural handling of village pests, one of which is by installing owl nests. This has not been stated in village regulations.
Forest Management Model Based on Community Participation Under the Provisions of Forestry Law in the KPH Saradan, Madiun, East Java Wahyudi, Eko; Mahanani, Anajeng Esri Edhi; Faizah, Rohmatul
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

This paper aims to analyze forest management by involving community participation in the field of legal policy in the KPH Saradan, Madiun, East Java. Furthermore, it will also be assessed the appropriate model for forest management in Indonesia, so that community participation-based in forest management becomes the appropriate alternative to resolve the forestry issues in Indonesia, specifically related to deforestation as a consequence of the weak legal policies. This research is part of socio-legal research. The type of data used in this research is primary and secondary data. As a result, it can be said that; First, forest management based on community participation is a KPH program named as the Community Forest Management, wherein Law Number 41 of 1999 on Forestry, Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia on Forest Management and Forming of Forest Management Plan, and Forest Utilization, also Community Forest Management Policy PLUS (PHBM Plus) as the legal basis. Second; the Forest management model based on community participation has not been implemented optimally yet. The obstacles that arise are precisely associated with the lack of control in management efforts. Community participation in managing forests without supervision will be a boomerang for forest sustainability in Indonesia. For this reason, creating a monitoring model is a key requirement in discussing the forest management model in Indonesia
Direct Consultation and Virtual Consultation in the framework for Management BUMDES for Optimization of Financial in Sekaran, Loceret, Nganjuk, East Java Wahyudi, Eko; Mahanani, Anajeng Esri Edhi; Faizah, Rohmatul
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Based on research by socio-legal that is to see the implementation of BUMDES management directly in Desa Sekaran, Loceret, Nganjuk, it was concluded that the existence of BUMDES Sekaran, Loceret, Nganjuk is still at the initial development level because it is still at the level of activity and business program design. This condition encourages the need for BUMDES to be developed at the level of management, financial management, as well as a basic understanding of the law. Higher Education, in this case, has an important role considering the dharma of community service is also attached to it. Besides, although the village has a village assistant, its existence as a village facilitator has not been able to answer the problem, the facilitator has not been able to provide knowledge of financial management and BUMDES optimally. Based on the results of field research through direct interviews with the Sekaran Head, and the BUMDES Chairperson, solutions were then drawn to provide financial management and BUMDES assistance, as well as legal understanding through direct consultation and virtual consultation. Direct consultations are held at the forum, while virtual consultations show sustainability.
Development of Electronic Network as a Media Strengthening Autonomy of Sekaran Village, Loceret District, Nganjuk Regency in Order to Fulfill the Mandate of Law Aliwarman, Fauzan; Faizah, Rohmatul
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
Publisher : Galaxy Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Rural development today has experienced significant changes in the concept and process. The concept of development is no longer limited to the agricultural sector and basic infrastructure but it leads to the development of Information and Communication Technology (Electronic Networks). The process of rural development then increasingly reduced dependence on government roles. This activity was specifically aimed at village officials of Sekaran Village, Loceret District, Nganjuk Regency to be a mobilizer and motivator that was based on electronic network for young people and the wider community in general for the benefit of villages and reduce the negative impact of technology by making corrective and preventive measures. The method used was through mentoring and training in managing websites and social media and community empowerment. The results of this activity showed an increase in knowledge, understanding, and raising awareness of young people and villagers towards the benefits of technology and the internet for the advancement of Sekaran Village.