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Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS)
Published by CV. Literasi Indonesia
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27754162     DOI : https://doi.org/10.47540/ijias.v1i2.192
AIM Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) is an International Journal, Peer-Reviewed, and Open Access which is devoted to disseminating the results of community service, innovation research, and research results in applied sciences. IJIAS does not accept a critical review manuscript. IJIAS also publishes articles from other countries that are relevant. SCOPE The scope of publication in the Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) includes research articles in the field of innovation, for example: Entrepreneurship, Social Engineering, Community Development, Social Learning, Political Education, and others. Meanwhile, the field of applied science covers community service activities related to Applied Technology, Health Services, Public Services, Conservation, and others.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 20 Documents
Coastal Community Empowerment Strategy through PT. Antam (Persero) Tbk UBPN Southeast Sulawesi’s CSR Program Nur Azisyah Mukmin; Krisdyatmiko
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.155

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This article attempts to analyze the coastal community empowerment strategy of PT. Antam (Persero) Tbk UBPN Sultra’s CSR program. A company which engages in the mining industry should be aware of the impact caused by its activity. 53% of people living in coastal areas, especially for fisherman communities seen their icome decreased. This research used qualitative descriptive approach to examine the company, local government, yayasanbahari, and coastal communities beneficiaries as its unit analysis while also using data collection techniques such as interviews, observation, and documentation to filter the appropriate data. The sustainable economy-based coastal community empowerment program has been carried out since 2017 in 3 (three) villages in Pomalaa District, Kolaka Regency, Southeast Sulawesi. The findings of this research are: a) there is social jealousy between groups of fisherman due to difference in ethnical identities of Bugis, Bajo, and Makassar tribes. This conflict is known as primordial conflict and can be reduced by the creation of trust via interaction between YayasanBahari and coastal communities; b) there is class conflict between the boss and labor fisherman. The interaction between the two is known as the patron-client relationship that has lasted for a long time and has prevent the coastal communities to become self-sustaining.
Bureaucracy Involvement In Local Election In Konawe Selatan District Muh. Najib Husain; Muh. Nasir; Suryani B.B
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.157

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Local Election often makes the bureaucratic apparatus face a dilemma, between being neutral or being involved in politics. Ideally and based on the rules of law, bureaucracy requeired to behave professional and neutral from politics. Despite that in reality it is difficult fot the bureaucratic aparatur to be neutral, moreover when they faced with the temptations and pressures of power. This article highlights the involvement of bureaucracy on local election in Konawe Selatan District, by outlining the modes of bureaucratic involvement, and identifying factors of bureaucratic involvement. This study found that the bureaucrats involved in the Lokal Election were state civil servants and village government officials. Factors that encourage bureaucratic involvement are: the status of incumbent regional head candidates who remain active during the implementation of the elections, the lure of promotion for the bureaucratic apparatus, weak sanctions by the State civil apparatus commission and regional head candidates, and weak supervision and enforcement of election supervisory agencies (Bawaslu and ranks).
The Effect of Business Orientation on Small Business Performance in Kendari City Riski Amalia Madi; Buyung Sarita; Agustinus Tangalayuk; Ece Yulianti
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.158

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Small businesses engaged in the food industry sector in the city of Kendari is a business activity that is broadly classified as small and is built by individuals or middle-to-lower groups. The purpose of business development is to earn profits with different levels of performance. One factor that can affect performance is the dimension of entrepreneurial orientation which consists of innovation, proactivity, risk-taking, competitive aggressiveness, and autonomy. The purpose of this study is to examine and provide empirical evidence about the effect of entrepreneurial orientation on the performance of small businesses. The sampling technique in this study uses the probability sampling technique. The analysis used is quantitative analysis using multiple linear regression analysis and quantitative data processing using SPSS 24.0. The results of the analysis using multiple linear regressions found that innovation, proactivity, risk-taking, and competitive aggressiveness have a positive and significant effect on the performance of Small and Medium Enterprises. While autonomy has a positive and not significant effect on the performance of small businesses.
Education on the Fulfillment of Balanced Nutrition and My Plate Contents for Students of SMPN 7 Kendari Lisnawaty; Rizki Eka Sakti Octaviani; Yusuf Sabilu
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.159

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To achieve optimal nutritional status, a country needs guidelines for balanced nutrition. One of the visualizations of balanced nutrition messages is 'My Dinner Plate' which shows the serving of food and drinks at each meal. The purpose of this service program is to provide information and knowledge about the fulfillment of balanced nutrition and the contents of my plate to adolescents, especially students of SMPN 7 Kendari. The target of this program is students of SMPN 7 Kendari, especially those in Class VII. This program consists of counseling through power points and videos on general guidelines for balanced nutrition and the contents of my plate, discussions and questions and answers, and distributing pre-post questionnaires. The results of this activity were as many as 44 students as respondents consisting of 31.8% male students and 68.2% female students. The mean knowledge of the sample before the extension was 4.50 with a standard deviation of 1.535. Meanwhile, after counseling, the average sample knowledge increased to 7.64 with a standard deviation of 1.293. The results of statistical tests showed that the value of p = 0.000 where the value of p = <0.05, it can be concluded that there is an effect of counseling on the fulfillment of balanced nutrition and the contents of my plate. There needs to be further counseling and mentoring activities so that the knowledge gained can be applied in daily life.
Assessment of “Musa spp” Fibre Inclusion on the Strength and Sorption Properties of Cement Bonded Particle Board Jacob Mayowa Owoyemi; Adigun, Hazzan
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.160

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The increase in demand for wood for various purposes has put serious pressure on Nigeria’s forest with its attendant fall in the supply of solid wood for construction purposes. As an alternative, non-woody material like banana stem fibre is being investigated for the production of Cement Bonded Particle Board (CBPB). The sorption and strength properties of CBPB from Musa spp fibre were assessed. The board samples were formed using cement to materials mixing ration of 2:1 and 3:1 and blending proportions of sawdust and banana fibre using ordinary Portland cement as a binder. Physical and Mechanical properties of boards produced from stem using were investigated. The influence of blending proportion (B.P) and mixing ratio (MR) on Density, Water Absorption (WA), Thickness Swelling (TS), Linear Expansion, Modulus of Rupture (MOR), and Modulus of Elasticity (MOE) were determined. The results of sorption properties showed that for immersion at 24, 48, and 72 hours, WA, TS, and LE decreased with an increase in mixing ratio. MOE mean values ranged between 293.65 and 2367.01 N/mm2 for 2:1 and 250.99 and 2009.28 N/mm2 for 3:1 while MOR values ranged between 2.55 and 7.592 N/mm2 for 2:1 and ranged from 0.55 to 1.40 N/mm2 for 3:1 respectively. The result proved that banana fibre is suitable for the production of panel products with enhanced strength properties.
Is Geothermal Power Plant (PLTP) on Mount Slamet Necessary? Biko Nabih Fikri Zufar; Ahmad Fadli Azami
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.161

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This article intends to reflect on the construction of a Geothermal Power Plant (PLTP) on Mount Slamet. The construction of the PLTP has been rejected by the Banyumas community, especially the slope communities there. During the exploration process for the power plant, the people on the slopes of Mount Slamet experienced various impacts. Starting from the murky water, forest animals entering the villages, so that material losses cannot do business. This article reviews the phenomenology of how important the development of PLTP is in the midst of a surplus of electricity in Java Island. The findings in this article identify flaws in procedures from planning to implementation. The plan is to do legal acrobatics so that it is easy to get project permits. When doing exploration, it has a significant impact on the community on the slopes of Mount Slamet. Therefore the article tries to provide suggestions or input to local and central governments for; make an objective Environmental Impact Analysis (AMDAL), involve professional parties to conduct academic studies, involve the community or NGOs when determining the PLTP project, conduct intensive and periodic outreach to the community, and provide compensation to the affected communities.
Sexual Socialization: A Seamless Approach in De-emphasizing Rape Scourge in Nigeria Ajiboye, Babatope Matthew
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.162

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Rape, a mammoth epidemic notoriously having its tentacles covering everywhere like a speed of light that travels through cable implanted in a conduit pipe enclosed in an edifice. This scourge has unmasked its ugly face; of no value nakedness and spiteful fang on the nation in no undersized gauge, thereby consuming and reducing her women-folk to nothing but ciphers of humanity even in their own home; their dignity alienated, emotionally and psychologically dehumanized, made to struggle with societal stigmatization and above all, condemned to a lifetime melancholy trauma. It is on this foundation the paper explores how sexual socialization as a strategy could be utilized in stemming the further increase of the scourge and to ensuring a haven for everyone irrespective of gender. A secondary source was adopted for data collection; it also made use of qualitative analysis which invariably led to inferences drawn and coherent conclusion achieved. Findings revealed that the level of enlightenment and strategy towards rape curtailment in Nigerian society has been so low. The paper recommends that parents must be on their guard by ensuring that children receive sound sexual socialization from home fronts. The paper concluded that rape has been a colossal cankerworm rattling the nation.
Ensuring Economic Growth through the Development of Digital Technologies in Uzbekistan Mirzakarimova Muyassar Muminovna; Narmanov Ulugbek Abdugapparovich
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.167

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Development of the digital economy in the period of the global pandemic is one of the issues of strategic importance for Uzbekistan, like other countries, which determines its world-wide competitiveness, and through this, it shows that it is necessary to address the issues of socio-economic development of the country. The gradual transition to a digital economy in Uzbekistan will help solve many economic and promising problems and ensure economic growth. A number of issues and challenges have been addressed in terms of ensuring economic growth through the development of the digital economy and its economic significance.
Comparative Analysis of Revenue Generation and Management of Hotels in Different Locations in Ilorin, Nigeria Falabi, Modupe; Afolabi F.I
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.168

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Hoteliers clearly believe that location is important for a hotel, and have market research evidence to support this. However, almost nothing has been done to enable this issue to be incorporated into revenue generation. There is a gap in the literature relating to analysis from a location-side approach for increase revenue. This study therefore is untaken to compare revenue generation of hotels with different locations in Ilorin, Nigeria. Two research instruments were used in the study. The first research indictment is the use of a Geographical Positioning System (GPS) while the second is the use of questionnaire. The results of the hypotheses tested shows that there is a significant difference in revenue generated by hotels located in City Centre, sub-urban and highways in Ilorin, significant difference between level of patronage by hotels located in city Centre, sub-urban and highways in Ilorin ; no significant difference in pricing among hotels located in city Centre, sub-urban and highways in Ilorin; significant difference between pricing of services and revenue generated by hotels located in city Centre, sub-urban and highways in Ilorin. The study concludes that revenue will increase if proper management of hotels is being ensured regardless of the hotel locations.
Leisure Time Habits of BEd Students in Sagaing University of Education Chit, Yar Zar
Indonesian Journal of Innovation and Applied Sciences (IJIAS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): February-May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47540/ijias.v1i1.173

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This study investigated the leisure time habits of BEd students from Sagaing University of Education in Myanmar. A total of 400BEd students in Sagaing University of Education participated in this study. Descriptive research design and survey method were used.  “Leisure time: activities and satisfaction” section from “ISSP 2007 Leisure Time and Sports Questionnaire” was adapted and used to collect the required data. Findings from questionnaire surveys revealed that students commonly used their leisure time for relaxation and entertainment (67.25%). It was also found that there was a significant difference in students’ leisure time habits by gender at  =0.01 level. Moreover, by four habits, male students used more leisure times for physical, emotional, and social activities because their mean values are significantly different at  =0.01 level. In the total mean scores, since second-year students’ mean scores are highest, they used mostly their leisure times among students (Mean=37.38). The mean and percentage of “to relax” are 2.82 and 16.40% and so it is highest among reasons. Moreover, the mean and percentage of “lack of time due to school” are 1.76 and 14.75% and so it is highest among limitations. This study hopes to give some ideas to support students’ leisure activities.

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