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Management and Sustainable Development Journal
Published by Institut Shanti Bhuana
ISSN : 26846802     EISSN : 26572036     DOI : https://doi.org/10.46229/msdj
Management and Sustainable Development Journal ( e-ISSN : 2657-2036 p-ISSN : 2684-6802 ) is dedicated to disseminating and exploring the latest issues of management, business, economics, accounting and sustainable development. It is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year in April and November by Management Department of Institut Shanti Bhuana.
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SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION ON KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IN SOCIAL LEARNING DAYAKNESE BAKATI' RARA IN 3T REGION Vasantan, Priska
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In the globalization era, there are various forms of modern life, in Indonesia, especially in Bengkayang. It is still found an isolated and disadvantaged village named Tampe village which is located far from residential city Bengkayang. The research was conducted in Indonesian language, English, technology, and so forth, so the research funded by the Direktorat Riset dan Pengabdian Masyarakat Diirektorat Jenderal Penguatan Riset dan Pengembangan Kementerian Riset, Teknologi, dan Pendidikan Tinggi Anggaran 2018 Research Contract no. 115 / SP2H / LT / DRPM / 2018 using grounded theory method, a method that greatly influences sociological perspectives on human activities in terms of talking and communicating. The data collecting was conducted by observing three children of Dayaknese Bakati’ Rara 11-14 years old. They are 5th grader at SDN 15 Tampe Atas. The results of this study have been used as a language for childhood. However, it is known that these three children are unfavorable influences on knowledge transfer in social learning.
IMPACT OF STUDENT LOAN IN EMPOWERMENT THE COMMUNITIES Dimmera, Bella Ghia
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This study aims to collect and analyze articles related to the impacts of student loan in realizing community empowerment. The background of this study is higher education costs cannot be afforded by the majority community. Although many government have launched student loan programs, the debate over failure of student loan programs in developing countries has not been resolved. The method used in this study is a literature review by collecting various sources of articles related to the issues discussed. Based on the articles collected, there are many problems such as irrelevant student loan policies, challenges in their application system, loans that could not be repaid that eventually burdened the community. The role of the government, the trust of banks, and the commitment of the community are factors that determine the success rate of achieving this student loan.
THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION, HEALTH, UNEMPLOYMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE ON POVERTY IN BENGKAYANG REGENCY Deffrinica, Deffrinica
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Education (X1) shows the results of the analysis of poverty (Y) in Bengkayang Regency. Not significant when viewed from the results of the t test partially can be obtained to count to the value of the Education Sector, -1.449> 1.796 so that education has a positive and not significant effect on poverty, which is supported by a significant level of 0.385 <0.050. This shows that the Education Sector variable has no significant effect on Poverty (Y). Health (X2) has a negative and significant effect on Poverty, which is supported by the Probability Value (sig) of 0.437 <0.050. This means that in terms of health, the government in this case has made every possible effort for budget expenditures , but in fact in the field there are still many underprivileged people who have not been able to enjoy maximum hospital services. The results of the analysis of the direct effect of Unemployment (X3) on Poverty in Bengkayang Regency showed insignificant influence. The results of the analysis show that this path has a significant effect because the value of t count is 1,217, while the table is 1,796 (t count 1,217> t table 1,796), thus in this direct relationship pattern, unemployment has a positive effect not significant to poverty, which is supported by Probability Value (sig) 0.371> 0.050. The results of the analysis of direct influence of Infrastructure (X4) on poverty levels in Bengkayang Regency show that the path coefficient between Infrastructure and poverty is 0.804> 0.050, which means that the pathway has a negative and insignificant effect. The method used to analyze this research is linear regression with the least squares method usually known as OLS (Ordinary Least Square), which is a method used to determine the effect of an independent variable on the dependent variable.
THE EFFECT OF TAXPAYER AWARENES AND FISKUS SERVICE ON PERFORMANCE OF TAX REVENUE WITH TAXPAYER COMPLIANCE AS INTERVENING VARIABLES Situmorang, Dokman Marulitua
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Tax receipt is a major source of government financing to build the infrastructure and operating costs of a country. The population of this study was 87,846 individual taxpayers who were registered in KPP Pratama Medan city. The samples of this research are 100 individual taxpayers. This study discusses the influence of taxpayer awareness (X1) on the performance of tax revenue (Y), the direct influence of fiskus service (X2) on the performance of tax revenue (Y), Taxpayers Awareness (X1) on Taxpayer Compliance (Z) H0 is rejected so that there is a significant influence. Analysis of direct influence of Fiskus Services (X2) on Taxpayer Compliance (Z), H0 is accepted so as not to have a significant effect. Analysis of the indirect effect of taxpayer awareness (X1) on the performance of tax revenues (Y) through taxpayer compliance (Z) that taxpayer compliance (X1) on the performance of tax revenue (Y) significant effect through taxpayer compliance (Z) or in other words taxpayer compliance variable is an intervening variable or a mediation variable. Analysis of the indirect effect of Fiskus Services (X2) on the performance of tax revenues (Y) through taxpayer Compliance (Z) shows that Fiskus Service (X2) do is not have a significant effect on taxpayer compliance (Z) or in other words that taxpayer compliance variable is not an intervening variable or mediation variable.
ANALYZING THE INFLUENCE OF INTEREST RATES ON MONEY DEMAND ACCORDING TO KEYNESIAN THEORY Kristianto, Aloysius Hari
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The purpose of this research is to analyze the factors that influence money demand which are characterized by the amount of money currency (M1) in Indonesia, one of which is interest rates. The model of observation analysis used in this study is OLS (Ordinary Least Square), as a whole the tests performed are by linear constraint tests, statistical tests and classic assumption tests. In this model, the variable domestic interest rates in Indonesia are used as explanatory components. From these variables examined whether it influences the demand for money (the velocity of money) M1 or not.The results obtained from this study are that domestic interest rates have a negative and significant influence on the demand for money in Indonesia, these results are consistent with Keynesian theory, that interest rates increase, the demand for money for the cash balance will decrease.
IMPROVING ECONOMIC RESILIENCE BASED ON THE VALUE OF AMARE CULTURE Fridayani, Januari Ayu
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The purpose of this research is to contribute to the border area in order to improve the economy, as one of the pillars of national security. This research was conducted in Bengkayang which is one of the regency areas in West Kalimantan. It is directly adjacent to Sarawak, Malaysia. The method used in this study is a qualitative method by carrying out focus group discussions. The material used is about financial literacy and financial behavior as one of the efforts that can be done to improve the economic resilience of a region. The target of this study is housewives, because housewives are important figures in managing family finances. The added value highlighted in this study is the existence of aspects of spirituality that are adapted to the beliefs held by the group studied and synergized in the provision of material, namely the value of amare culture. The results of this study were found to be a phenomenon that although in border areas, the community had received financial literacy education, however it did not get a good response, a lack of implementation of financial literacy had an impact on negative financial behavior patterns, when knowing that financial literacy can be used as a means of manifesting the faith adopted by enthusiastic housewives and giving a positive response.
RATIONAL APPEAL VS EMOTIONAL APPEAL IN FORMING CONSUMER’S INTEREST THROUGH ADVERTISEMENT Widya, Pramatatya Resindra
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The aim of this study is to examine the impact of emotional appeal advertisement in television and rational appeal advertisement in magazine to customer’s purchase intention. Data were collected using purposive sampling for 100 people and analyzed using multiple regressions. The finding of research is that emotional-appeal advertising in television has less impact on customer’s purchase intention because of switching behavior during commercial break. While the rational appeal advertisement has significant impact on customer’s purchase intention because they have enough time to think and analyze the information in the advertisement.
STRENGTHENING OF DAYAKNESE YOUTH SOCIAL CAPITAL TO IMPROVE ECONOMIC RESILIENCE IN BORDER AREAS Tjondro Sugianto, Helena Anggraeni (Reni)
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This study aims to explore the potential of the social capital of the Dayak tribe in the border area that can increase economic and ecological resilience in the area. Since ancient times Dayak tribes have lived by relying on natural resources around them. Now, after the era has become more modern and forests are dwindling, nature is no longer able to support their old way of life. They began to settle down, unfortunately still with a long mental spirit, which is dependent on nature. As a result, many people still live in poverty along with their poorer natural resources. For this reason, it is necessary to reform a mindset among young people as successors in order to survive without relying entirely on nature. This research was conducted through a qualitative approach with grounded methods. The contribution for the economic theory is a way for strengthening social capital of Dayak youth in increasing economic and ecological resilience in the border region.
QUALITY OF WORK LIFE IN BUMN (Case Study at PLN Persero Pemangkat) Tiwut Atmojo, Singgih; erik sudarso; andy rinastopo
Management and Sustainable Development Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2020): Management and Sustainable Development Journal
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Abstract PT PLN (Persero) Rayon Pemangkat is a state-owned company tasked with distributing electricity and providing services to the public. PLN Rayon Pemangkat, Singkawang Area, West Kalimantan Region. PLN Rayon Pemangkat has two Units namely the Tebas and Sentebang Units. The purpose of this study is to look at the effect of Quality of Work Life (QWL) on performance. The population of this research is all of the employees of PLN Pemangkat rayon, amounting to 109 people with the study sample using a census. Data analysis using SPSS V22, the results of the t test show that QWL (X) significantly affects Employee Performance (Y) with a significance level of 0,000 <0,005 or H1 accepted. Then based on the regression results it is known that the coefficient of determination (R Square) is 0.511. This means that 51.1 percent of the performance of PLN Pemangkat staff is influenced by Quality of Work Life, while the remaining 48.9 percent is influenced by other variables outside the variables in this study. The advice given is, to maintain the performance of employees to remain good, then PLN Rayon Pemangkat must continue to improve the quality of work life of their employees in order to jointly achieve company goals. Keywords : QWL, Job Performance
THE ENVY AS THE CAUSE OF THE WEAKENING OF THE SOCIAL CAPITAL IN THE COMMUNAL COMMUNITY Sugianto, Helena Anggraeni Tjondro
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This research aims to find the cause of the weakening of social capital in a communal community. The study was conducted using qualitative methods in a village where people lived communally for generations. The findings of this study are that it turns out that communal life that has lasted from generation to generation makes people live in a strong brotherhood with an egalitarian spirit. However, at this time when more and more modern times occur people are experiencing cultural shock because they are not ready to see their neighbors more prosperous than they are. This causes jealousy because they previously lived with the same level of welfare. As a result, the social capital potential due to strong brotherhood has not developed. During this time the weakening of social capital is usually associated with the formal institutions that play a role in it. However, this article found that jealousy can also weaken social capital in a society.

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