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Scirj Volume VI, Issue II, February 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th February 2018
Full Paper available from: 25th February 2018


Motivational Factors that led to Soybean Farmers Participation and Non-Participation in the Agricultural Development Programme in Zamfara State Nigeria
Hamza Sani Ph.D

Abstract: The significant of any development programme is to transform the lives of people and their living standard as intended. Crop production is the major farming activities of rural household therefore the drivers of participation is determined by how the programme designed to motivate farmers as people participate in activities that address their various felt needs. The study thus analysed the Motivational Factors that led to Soybean Farmers Participation and Non-Participation in the Agricultural Development Programme in Zamfara State. Multistage random sampling techniques were used in the selection of 600 respondents out of 2034 population sample frame that provide data for the analysis. The data collected was analyzed using logit regression. The study has shown Motivational factors that rose from the development programme were found related to farmers’ participation were Input support, Technology, support, mechanization, market access. Results on motivational factors that led to participation in the programme found to be significant were; improved seeds, farm size, and price at 1% level respectively. The study recommends that training that includes group dynamics and Farm input subsidy should be provided for soybean producers as a motivational mechanism for participation.
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LEGAL PROTECTION TO THE VICTIM OF CRIMINAL ACT IN MAKING DEMANDS COMPENSATION
Muhammad Basri, Aswanto, Muhammad Said Karim, Hasbir Paserangi

Abstract: This study aims to know and understand about the legal protection in the merger of civil cases and criminal cases. The design of this study used normative legal research with a philosophical approach combined with empirical research, as well as conceptual approach. Sources of research data from primary legal materials and secondary legal materials were analyzed using statute approach method. Legal protection for victims consists of preventive and repressive legal protection, as a form of service that must be implemented by law enforcement officers.
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ENHANCING ROLE OF INDONESIAN STUDENTS RESIMENTS AS SUPPORTING MAIN COMPONENTS IN THE STATE DEFENSE SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA (STUDY IN STUDENTS RESIMEN COMMAND, JAYAKARTA)
Dr. Yusuf Ali, Deni Ahmad

Abstract: The importance of preparation about Reserve Component and Supporting Component is formulated in the doctrine of People Warisset in the Act 3 of 2002 on Defence. This study focused on the increasing role of Student Regiment Jayakarta, the paramilitary unit which stationed in the universities and colleges. Their search was conducted to analyze how the increasing role of Menwa Jayakarta as supporting components within the Indonesia National Defence System in the capital city of Jakarta, and there search also seek the factors that influenced it. Using the qualitative research methods, descriptive design analysis through data collection of documentation, interviews, and observations. Described as a description of the activities that have been implemented by the regiment Jayakarta. In the defense system of the Republic of Indonesia as Garda Bangsa, regiment Jayakarta role not only in the campuses but also as Kader Bela Negara, as The National Guard, as a regiment of Training, as a Laboratory of Leadership, and as Service unit. The internal and external factors that drive and restrain the increasing role of their gimentas supporting component in the national defense system described through organizational change theory approach of Kurt Lewin (1947).
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SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES TOWARDS ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA
Dr. Agnes Lutherani Chatarina Polcarol Lapian

Abstract: Attention to the development of small and medium enterprises is increasing. The high contribution of SMEs to the economy has placed the sector as one of the backbones of economic growth. This study aims to analyze the contribution of SMEs to regional economic growth. This research uses time series data in all regencies and cities in North Sulawesi. The findings of this study explain that the performance of good SMEs will open more jobs and increase investment.
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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF MOUNTAIN VILLAGE SALAK REGENCY OF TABANAN-BALI AS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM VILLAGE
I Nengah Suardhika, I Gusti Agung Gde Suryadarmawan, Putu Sukanteri, I Made Suryana

Abstract: Since the declaration of Gunung Salak Village in Tabanan-Bali regency as one of the tourist villages by the government, it is necessary strategic efforts in its development. Meanwhile, the village of Gunung Salak is still an infant as a tourist village, also has problems and challenges encountered, among others: community empowerment that has not been optimal, and availability and connectivity of infrastructure is still not adequate. This study aims to identify key indicators and provide recommendations for the development of village tourism strategy in Gunung Salak Village in Tabanan-Bali District. This research uses qualitative analysis, and narrated with matrix, graph and chart support. The results of this study indicate seven key indicators that can be identified for the development of tourist villages in the village of Gunung Salak, Tabanan, namely: 1) Tourism and tourist attractions; 2) Availability of infrastructure; 3) Transportation facilities; 4) Public acceptance; 5) Institutional and human resources; 6) Accommodation and restaurant; and 7) Trade and souvenirs. In addition, the SWOT analysis results in this study offer nine alternative strategies for the development of Gunung Salak Village, Tabanan as a community-based and sustainable tourism village.
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Effect of Leadership and Organizational Culture to Employee Performance with Organizational Commitment as Mediation Variables on Jatayu Denpasar Earth Light Cooperation
Ni Nyoman Ayu Suryaningsih, Putu Kepra Mareni , I Nengah Suardhika

Abstract: Related to the performance of employees, berdasarkan preliminary research conducted in the Cooperative Light Earth JatayuDenpasar, discovered a few things that the special problems of the services provided by the Cooperative, among others: 1) Pe service Against the Customer to the type and kind of savings are available less clear and less sympathetic so customers do not fully understand the explanation of employees . In addition there is also a note from the suggestion box that shows dissatisfaction of cooperative customers.This has clearly illustrated that poor employee performance.2) Customers often complain to tellers about money withdrawal issues that cannot be cashed in time , but have been made in savings accounts . This is because there is a network system improvement and customersunderstand it , 3) Target credit that can not be achieved . This research was conducted on Jatayu Earth Jatayu Denpasar Cooperative Bali with the number of samples of 35 people determined by census method. This study uses a nalisa Partial Least Square (PLS) with the calculation process assisted SmartPLS software application program. Analysis with PLS is used because the model used in this study is quite complicated and the respondents who are part of this research is less than 100 respondents.
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Determinant of Job Satisfaction on Employee Performance
Ni Komang Dewi Indrayani , Nengah Landra, I Nengah Suardika

Abstract: The performance of employees determined the success of a company and the achievement of company objectives, and therefore a company need employees are able to show optimal performance because performance will affect the overall success of the company or organization. This study aims to determine the relationship between the variety of intelligence, organizational justice and job satisfaction on the performance of the employees at Auto 2000 Sanur’s department service . The sample used in this research is all employees at Auto 2000 Sanur department service which amounts to 68 people. Partial Least Square was used in the analytical techniques and using SmartPL Software. The results showed that the variety of intelligence and organizational justice have a significant positive effect on job satisfaction and employee performance. The results of this study also confirm the role of mediation of job satisfaction in the relationship between the variety of intelligence and organizational justice.
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Analysis of the Effect of Service Performance, Work Motivation, Customer Satisfaction on Income Increase at Life Insurance Office with Bumiputera 1912 in Kotamobagu-North Sulawesi-Indonesia
ANGELA .M. KOLOAY, SELVIE .J. NANGOY, DEISY LUSIANA, JOHANA .M. RATAG , AGUS IRIANTO PAPUTUNGAN

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to know the influence of service performance to increase income, to know the influence of motivation to increase income, and to know influence of customer satisfaction to increase income, and to know influence of service performance, motivation, customer satisfaction together to increase income. The object of this research is the life insurance office with Bumiputera 1912 in Kotamobagu. This research uses survey approach, using descriptive method, where descriptive survey method is a research method that takes a sample of a population using a questionnaire as a means of data collection. After the data is obtained the results will be presented descriptively and at the end of the study will be analyzed, to test the hypothesis proposed at the beginning of the study (Effendi, 2003: 3). The result of research shows that there is influence of service performance to increase income, because value t-count 13,79> t-table 2,000 and 2,21 α = 0,01 partially significant at level 1% and 5%. There is influence of motivation (X2) to increase income because t-count 16,65> t-table 2,000 and 2,21 α = 0,01 partially significant at level 1% and 5%. There is influence of customer satisfaction (X3) to the increase of income because t-count 15,18> t-table 2,000 and 2,21 α = 0,01 partially, have significant influence on level 1% and 5%. Influence of service performance (X1), motivation (X2) and customer satisfaction (X3) to increase income (Y). Results of data processing obtained t-count = 3.395 (X1); = 6.913 (X2); 4.910 (X3) while the value of t-test of one party with dk = 100 α = 0.05 turns out t-table = 2,000 and 2.21 α = 0.01 because t-count> t-table Ha is accepted, thus service performance (X1), motivation (X2) and customer satisfaction (X3) to the increase of income on Bumi Putra 1912 insurance in Kotamobagu is partially significant at the level of 1% and 5%. The conclusion of the fourth hypothesis is accepted, so the variable of service performanc
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The Construction of Public Transport Service Model to Influence the Loyalty of Customer
Putu Uge Dania Pratiwi, Nengah Landra, Gusti Agung Teja Kusuma

Abstract: This study aims to test and analyze perceived ease of use, customer perceived value, perceived usefulness, image, customer satisfaction and customer loyalty. This research was conducted in AK Rent a Car Badung Bali, with the research population is the customer who car rental, the samples used are 90 units with purposive sampling method. All data obtained from questionnaires are suitable for use, then analyzed using structural equation model based on variance analysis known as Partial Least Square (PLS). The results showed that Perceived ease of use has a positive and significant impact on customer satisfaction, Perceived Value Customer has a positive and significant impact on customer satisfaction, Perceived usefulness has a positive and significant impact on customer satisfaction. Image (Image) has positive and significant impact on customer satisfaction, Perceived ease of use has a positive and significant impact on customer loyalty, Customer Perceived Value does not significantly influence customer loyalty, Perceived usefulness has a positive and significant impact on customer loyalty, Image (Image) has no significant effect on customer loyalty and Customer Satisfaction positively and significant to customer loyalty The implication of this research is that Perceived ease of use can be improved by paying attention to the ease of getting transportation service, Customer perceived value can be improved by paying attention to Quality, Perceived usefulness can be improved by paying attention more quickly using service and service is very useful, Image can be enhanced by having good image. Customer satisfaction can be improved by paying attention to the pleasure of public vehicle ride and customer loyalty can be improved by paying attention to being a customer in a time.
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SOUND POLLUTION EFFECT ON FISH MIGRATION RATE IN A TANK EXPERIMENT
ONYEOGULU TOCHUKWU ROWLAND

Abstract: The marine industries have been on a large scale expanse and are likely to endanger the aquatic organism that sustains life on earth. These activities include increase naval traffic, offshore trawlers coming near shore, dredging, seismic activities, rigs and drill ship all of which generate noise, heat and vibration. The aim of this study is to create an experimental scenario of finding out the noise impact on fish fingerlings using the difference between the noise impact in tank and the control study tanks as index. The fish of choice is tilapia Hertrobrancus because of their relative abundance and tolerance in both ponds, fresh water and brakish water system. The experimental results show that fish fingerlings respond sharply to impulsive noise of pilling and blast even at low intensity and documented a p-value of 0.00 which is significant and an adaptation sequence of 2.5 if the sound source is not letal at the first instance, which is indicative of attenuation due to the stress of escape. Since migration is a function of locomotion, stress and exposure, it is deductive from existing sound impact studies that life risk, feeding rate, growth rate and reproduction is affected and to a large extent, extinction, if not well managed which calls for a close watch.
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AMINO ACID CONTENT IN Oreochromis niloticus FROM FOUR RIVERS IN BAYELSA STATE (Tombia River, Otuokpoti River, Swalli River and Amassoma River)
Ezomoh, O.O, Piwoks, N.O., Philip D.P, Ataeke G.L

Abstract: The monomers of Protein are amino acids which are important biomolecules that regulate key metabolic pathways and serve as precursors for synthesis of biologically important substances. Fish is an important dietary source of animal proteins. The objective of this investigation was to determine the analysis of amino acid content in Oreochromis niloticus from four rivers in Bayelsa state. The amino acid composition was determined by Association of analytical chemist (AOAC) method and analyzed by Gas chromatography. Results have shown several differences in essential and non-essential amino acids in four fishes.
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THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AS MEDIATING THE RELATIONSHIP OF JOB SATISFACTION TO TURNOVER INTENTION IN BESAKIH BEACH HOTEL DENPASAR
Dewa Ayu Anjani, I Ketut Setia Sapta, I Wayan Sujana

Abstract: This study aims to determine the influence of job satisfaction and organizational commitment on turnover intention and to know the role of organizational commitment in mediating the effects of job satisfaction to turnover intention. The samples are 89 Besakih Beach Hotel Denpasar employees, using saturated sampling method. This study used the PLS (Partial Least Square) analysis. The result is that job satisfaction had positive and significant impact on organizational commitment. Job satisfaction had a negative and significant impact on turnover intention. Organizational commitment also found to have a negative and significant impact on turnover intention. Furthermore, organizational commitment proved to partially mediate the influence of job satisfaction to turnover intention.. The implications of these findings are management should taking into account the level of job satisfaction by taking into account a comfortable working atmosphere, giving fair salary, and always improve organizational commitment.
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Evaluation of Some Biochemical Indices in Male Albino Rats Administered With Instant Powdered and Energy Drinks
Oyinlade C. Ogundare, Adekunle Oladunni, O. Eleyewo, O.O. Shokefun

Abstract: Drinks are common and alternative sources of energy and vitamins among all ages, but are sometimes associated with several health challenges. This work studied the phytochemical contents of Instant Powder drinks (Tang, Amila, Nutri-C, Eve cola, Sari- C and Kool 2go) and Energy drinks (Power Horse and London best) and the effects of their consumption on some biochemical parameters of male albino rats. The phytochemical screening of the drinks was carried out using standard methods. Total of forty- five male albino rats divided into nine groups of five rats per group were fasted daily for 12 h before oral administration of the tested drinks for 15 days, based on daily water intake of laboratory rodents. Animals were monitored for signs of toxicity and were sacrificed after 24 h of completion of the treatment. Blood samples were collected for biochemical examinations. Serum biochemical indices such as glucose, alanine amino tranferanses (ALT), aspartate amino transferase (AST), alanine phosphate (ALP), albumin (ALB) and total protein (TP) were evaluated. The tested drinks contain carbohydrate and lack many relevant phytochemicals. The administration of the drinks significantly (p<0.05) raised the body weight of Amila and Sari - C treated rats and caused abnormal elevation of blood glucose of Tang exposed rats. However, rats that were treated with Kool 2go, Sari - C and London best experienced a significant (p<0.05) increase in their liver enzymes. In conclusion, prolong intake of drinks such as Amila, Sari- C, Kool 2go, London Best and Eve cola should be avoided as this may cause damages to tissues including liver and pancreas.
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AN EVALUATION OF ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENT (E-PROCUREMENT) ON THE SATISFACTION LEVEL OF REGIONAL DEVICE ORGANIZATIONS AND PROVIDERS OF GOVERNMENT GOODS / SERVICES IN THE DENPASAR CITY
I Gede Surya Arya Wibawa, I Ketut Sumantra , I Wayan Gde Wiryawan

Abstract: One of the good governance is the procurement of government goods / services which is implemented by electronic procurement (e-procurement), with the legal basis of this activity of Presidential Regulation no. 54 in 2010 as which has been amended several times with the latest amendment of Presidential Regulation no. 4 in 2015. This study aimed at analyzing the level of satisfaction of regions organizations and providers of goods / services due to electronic auctions in the Procurement Section of Goods and Services Regional Secretariat of Denpasar City. To find out the success rate of electronic auctions conducted evaluation by looking at the level of satisfaction of Regional Device Organization and Providers of Government goods / services with independent variables were Reliability, Responsiveness, Guarantees, Empathy and Tangible. This research used with descriptive quantitative method using questionnaire with Likert scale. Measurement of satisfaction level was carried out by comparing the value of reality with the expectation of the respondent. Against the satisfaction of the provider of government goods / services and the results were included in Cartesian diagram with 4 quadrants, using SPSS application on validity test, reliability test, normality test, multicollinearity test, multiple linear regression analysis, determination coefficient analysis R², F test and t test. The results obtained, the level of satisfaction of regional device organizations was in the category of very satisfied with the value of 84.53%, while the level of satisfaction provider of government goods / services was in the category of very satisfied with the value 87.01%.
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The Influence of External Environment and Business Strategy on the Effectiveness of Management Accounting Practices: A Contingency Theory Perspective
Dr. Muftah Abugalia, Dr. Messaoud Mehafdi

Abstract: This paper reports the results of a study of management accounting practices (MAPs) in a mix of organisations in Libya. The study explicitly focuses on the intervening role of MAPs in cause-effect relationships between external environment, business strategy and organizational performance. Regression results indicate that no single contingent variable has a significant effect on all types of MAP investigated. While budgets and performance measures are largely moulded by business strategy, the contingentness of costing practices in terms of external environment hostility is discernable, as is the mediating role of MAPs between business strategy and organisational performance. By discerning the individual impacts of the contingency variables of environment and strategy on organisational performance via MAPs (i.e. cost, budgets and measurement performance), this study gives a more in-depth understanding of these relationships and contributes to enriching our understanding of how MAPs can be adopted more effectively and efficiently from a contingency perspective, through identifying the impact of this relationship on organisational effectiveness in an emerging economy.
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