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Scirj Volume VIII, Issue II, February 2020 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th February 2020
Full Paper available from: 25th February 2020


THE IMPACTS ON LEADERSHIP, OFFICIAL'S COMPETENCE, ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND PARTICIPATION OF PEOPLE TOWARD THE QUALITY OF INTEGRATED LICENSING SERVICES ON TRADING BUSINESS LICENSE (SIUP) IN BEKASI CITY
Ismaniah, Josy Adiwisastra, Musa Hubeis, Hariatia Ambiar

Abstract: This study has a purpose to know the impacts on leadership, official competence, organizational culture and participation of people toward the quality of integrated licensing services on trading business license (SIUP) in Bekasi City, West Java, Indonesia. Non-effectiveness of the implementation of integrated licensing services on SIUP in Bekasi City is a significant meaning of this study. The method of this study uses a quantitative approach as an instrument to collect data by making survey through questionnaire and field observation. In addition, secondary data is obtained from district government that is published through BPS and DPM-PTSP Bekasi. Then, this data is analized statistically by using multiple regression analysis. The result of study indicates that leadership, official competence, organizational culture and participation of the people, either partially or collectively, have significant impacts on the quality of integrated licensing services on trading business license in Bekasi City.
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AN INVESTIGATION OF EFFECT OF LANGUAGE BARRIER ON EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION FOR THE PROVISION OF QUALITY HEALTHCARE: A CASE OF KERICHO COUNTY HEALTH FACILITIES, KENYA
G. A Obel, Dr. Peter Muhoro Mwangi, Dr.Kimetto Richard

Abstract: The community within the County is heterogeneous and multilingual, as a result, a number of challenges arise in communication during clinical sessions with expatriate, foreign and local medical staff. Little efforts have been made to bridge the gap brought about by language barrier so, patient physician interaction is compromised and quality care threatened. This study therefore was an investigation of the effect of language barrier on effective communication for the provision of quality healthcare: in Kericho County health facilities, Kenya. The specific objectives of the study were to: examine the effect of phonology on effective communication; find out the effect of mother-tongue interference on effective communication; determine the effect of grammatical distortion on effective communication; and investigate the effect of lexical deviation on effective communication for the provision of quality healthcare in Kericho County health facilities, Kenya. The study was based The Behaviorist and The Contrastive Analysis Theories.
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Knowledge, Practice and Challenges of Exclusive Breastfeeding among working mothers attending antenatal clinic in Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idiaraba
Ogunmodi Oluwatosin Adebayo , Daniel Grace Omolade , Ajala Cecelia Kehinde , Shittu Fatimah Folashade, Nnademere Christian Chiemeka

Abstract: The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life and continuation of breastfeeding and adequate complementary foods for up to two years of age or beyond. The objective of this study was to assess the knowledge, practice and challenges of exclusive breastfeeding among working mothers attending antenatal clinic in Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-araba. Using a descriptive research design and a self structured questionnaire, data was collected from 189 respondents, presented in frequency tables, interpreted and analysed using the statistical production for service solution (SPSS) version 20. Result showed that more than half of the respondents (53.4%) are within the age range 33-37 years and a majority (94.7%) were married, most (68.8%) practice Christianity, majority (62.4%) had the secondary level of educational qualification, more than half (59.8%) were self employed with almost half (49.7%) earning an average income status. In this study, majority of the respondents (62.4%) have good knowledge on exclusive breastfeeding and most (63%) got their information from the hospital, likewise majority (59.8%) have good practice of breastfeeding.
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Preauricular Sinus: A Three Years Experience and Appreciation
Delwar AHM, Mazamder JA, Rashid MS, Mustafa MG

Abstract: Preauricular sinus( PrAS) is a common congenital malformation of the external ear which affects mainly children. Symtomatic Preauricular sinus and also asymptomatic for unusual scar mark, surgery is the mainstay of treatment. Due to variation of presentation and recurrence, different types of surgical procedures are practiced by the surgeons for the treatment of Preauricular sinus. The aim of our study is to compare the relative frequency and incidence of Preauricular sinus and also find out the best surgical procedure for it.
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THE IMPACT ON LEADERSHIP OF THE VILLAGE GOVERNMENT, THE GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL’S COMPETENCE, MOTIVATION AND PARTICIPATION OF THE PEOPLE TOWARD EFFECTIVENESS OF THE EMPOWERMENT OF BUM DESA IN KLATEN REGENCY
Tyastuti Sri Lestari, Josy Adiwisastra, Musa Hubeis, Hariatia Ambiar

Abstract: This study has a purpose to know the impact on leadership of the village government, the government official’s competence, motivation and participation of the people toward effectiveness of the empowerment of BUM Desa in Klaten Regency, Central Java, Indonesia. The rapid growth of BUM Desa may still not meet the requirements of the establishment, the organizational structure, main duties and functions (tupoksi) and its accountability so that the management of BUM Desa is assumed less effective. This method of study uses a quantitative approach where the means for data collection is by conducting survey through questionnaires and field observation. In addition, the secondary data is obtained from the Agency for Rural Community Empowerment in Klaten Regency.
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RADIOGRAPHIC STUDY OF CERVICAL SPINE INTER-PEDICULAR DISTANCE AND CANAL DIAMETER IN ADULT POPULATION OF IGBO PEOPLE RESIDENT IN ONITSHA ANAMBRA STATE SOUTH-EASTERN NIGERIA
Ude Raymond A, Mba Christian , Nwonu Chukwunwike N, Obun Cletus O

Abstract: The conditions of Cervical Spine radiographs can be assessed by mere evaluating the alignment of bones and cartilages that make up the spine. Various radiographic parameters of the cervical spine including the Inter-pedicular Distance (IPD) and Canal Diameter, can be evaluated for diagnostic and treatment of ailments associated with the Cervical region, which, often times, manifest in the form of neck and back pain. The aim of the present study was to elucidate the normative values of IPD and Canal Diameter in adult population of Igbos in South Eastern Nigerian. The Cervical X-ray images of patients whose age ranges were between 18-45years, and a total of 100 images were measured of which males were 57 and females 43. For the IPD, the distance measured was the shortest distance between the medial surfaces of the pedicles of individual Cervical vertebra.
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EFFECTS OF Gmelinaarborea, Roxb LEAVES ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF Coturnixcoturnix japonica, Temmick
Asolo Chioma Helen, Okeke John Joseph, Okafor Ukamaka Elizabeth, Ezeanekwu Raymond Orji

Abstract: Humans and livestock are competing for plant proteins which are shifting the dependency of human on plants to that of animals for protein despite insufficiency of animal protein. For reduction in the price of animal products there is need to use plant supplement(s) which can encourage higher growth rate or improve the quality of the animal products. One of such ingredients is Gmelina arborea leaf meal, a product of Gmelina arborea tree which is not in competition with man’s dietary needs. But despite the abundance and availability of this resource in Nigeria, many studies have not been carried out on its nutritional value and use in poultry feeding, especially in Japanese quail. Based on the above, this research work was conducted to evaluate the effects of varying inclusion levels of Gmelina arborea Meal on growth of Japanese quail birds (Coturnix coturnix japonica).This study was carried out to conduct a thirty-six weeks feeding trial to determine the effect of feeding varying levels of Gmelina arborea leaf Meal on growth performance, using two (2) weeks old Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Ninety-six birds were allocated to four dietary treatment groups with three (3) replicates of eight (8) birds each in a completely randomized design experiment with feeding ratio of Control (A) containing 0g/kg; B, 50g/kg; C, 100g/kg and D, 150g/kg of air-dried and ground Gmelina arborea. Feed and water were provided throughout the experimental period. Weight gain and feed utilization indices were the response criteria that were monitored, recorded and subjected to Statistical analysis.
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The Importance of Financial Decisions in Petroleum Firms
MUSTAFA MOHAMED AGHEDR

Abstract: It is a well-accepted truth that the only difference between success and a disaster is a good decision or a bad decision. Particularly, the decision making in the petroleum industry determine the direction and course of billions of dollars every year. The decision making in oil and gas industries ranges from very simple to the complex; as to whether to drill or not to drill. Moreover, the process of decision making goes from bidding for a lease, the development process of an asset, expansion of the capacity and relative timing, signing of contracts, decision of pursuing short-term or long-term contracts, and the priorities of the petroleum industry in terms of exploration and drilling opportunities.
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