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Scirj Volume VII, Issue X, October 2019 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th October 2019
Full Paper available from: 25th October 2019


Imminent Linguicide Of Indigenous Language In South-West, Nigeria: Causes, Consequences And Cure
ADERIBIGBE, Moronmubo Martina

Abstract: Linguicide, the death of a language, is a gradual process that starts with language corruption, graduates to abandonment, and ultimately results in ethnocide, the death of an ethnic group, because if a language dies, the owners of the language cease to exist. Indigenous language is the local language of a people, spoken by the indigenes of the region. The importance of indigenous language cannot be over-emphasised. The ability to communicate clearly and effectively in one indigenous language shapens one personal identity as it strengthens such a person bond to his ethnic group. Apart from this, good health, reduction of suicide and chronic diseases have been traced by many researchers to ability to communicate in their indigenous languages. It is also proven that the heart and soul is contacted with indigenous language. For instance, there was an undergraduate student of a South-Western state University in Nigeria who suddenly ran berserk without a cause and all efforts to calm him down proved abortive. An old man who witnessed the incidence suggested that his lineage praise (oríkì) be chanted to him, this mysteriously calmed him down. If he did not understand the language of the oríkì, it might not have had such effect on him.
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Effects of Leadership Styles and Job Satisfaction on Organizational Commitment in Myanmar Government Organizations
EI CHO ZIN LATT

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine 1) the effect of leadership styles on job satisfaction and organizational commitment and 2) the effect of job satisfaction on organizational commitment in Myanmar Government Organizations. In this study, data were collected from 380 Myanmar government employees who were currently working under mid-level manager/ officers by questionnaires survey. Relevant statistical techniques including anova, t-test and correlation were used to analyze the data. The results showed that leadership styles positively and significantly correlate with job satisfaction and organizational commitment. And, job satisfaction also positively effect on overall organizational commitment. But, job satisfaction negatively related with continuance commitment in this study. The main contribution of this study is to support a small evidence of public employee information in Myanmar labour market and to upgrade current knowledge of leadership, job satisfaction and organizational commitment in Myanmar government employees. The findings of this study will be able to motivate both Myanmar Government Organizations and all government employees.
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Factors that affect the welfare of the stone mining profession in the Tateli Village, Pineleng Sub District, Minahasa District
Novy J. Kasenda, Ismail Mokodompit, Ruhiyat, Leavy R. Pandey, Harty U.H.L. Koagouw

Abstract: The purpose of this research was to determine the factors that are very influential on the welfare of the stone miners profession in the village of Tateli, Pineleng District, Minahasa Regency. The methodology used in this research is the Judgment Sampling method. Primary data were collected through questionnaires, interviews, and observations. The sample was determined as many as 40 people. Secondary data is taken from government regulations relating to research, documents, and activity manuals. Data is arranged in tabular form, and analyzed using the stepwise forward selection method, and Stepwise Backward elimination. The results showed that Υ = -0.225 + 0.580x1 + 0.269x9 + 0.204x13, the welfare of the stone mining profession in the village of Tateli, was determined by the availability of natural resources, income, and skills of each miner. Of these three factors, the availability of natural resources, income and skills has an influence on the welfare of the stone miners in Tateli Village, Pineleng Sub-District, Minahasa District. From the results of this study, it can be concluded that with the stepwise Forward Selection method and Backward Elimination obtained 3 factors that affect the welfare of the stone mining profession in the village of Tateli, namely: the availability of natural resources, income and skills of each miner.
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ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF COMPETENCE AND CONSIDERATIONS MARKET WORK TOWARD ACCOUNTANT CAREERS ON POLIMDO ACCOUNTING STUDENTS
Esrie A.N Limpeleh, Nixon Sondakh, Rolina E. Manggopa, Selvie. J. Nangoy

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of competence, and labor market considerations on accountants career choices. The research method used is quantitative research. This method is a scientific method because it fulfills scientific principles, namely: empirical, objective, measurable, rational, and systematic. This method is also called the discovery method, because with this method can be found and developed a variety of new science and technology. This method is called quantitative method because the research data is in the form of numbers and analysis using statistics, and is supported by interviews, surveys, questionnaires and so on.
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IMPACT OF BROKEN HOMES ON MATHEMATICS STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NASSARAWA ZONAL EDUCATION AREA, KANO STATE – NIGERIA
DR. ISA, SURAJO GAYA

Abstract: This study was carried out to determine the impact of broken homes on mathematics students’ academic achievement in senior secondary schools in nassarawa zonal education area, kano state. A sample of 349 out of a population of 21,403 students from 24 schools was randomly drawn. A survey research design was used. A researcher constructed questionnaire was used after being validated and subjected to a pilot trial. A reliability cofficient of r=0.86 was obtained while two psychology and one English language specialists validated the questionnaire. In addition to the questionnaire, the students’ 2nd year third term senior secondary school examination mathematics results were used. Three hypotheses treating whether or not a significant difference exist between students from stable and broken homes, male and female students from broken homes as well as students from broken high and low income were formulated. The t-test analysis showed students from stable homes perform significantly better than those from broken homes with no significant difference in achievement between male and female students from broken home but there is a significant difference in academic achievement between students from high and low home. It was recommended that teaching of family ethics should be emphasized in schools.
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Design of a 1KVA Solar Inverter System
Engr C.O Ezeagwu, Agugua Chukwunenye I, Udoh Chinedu C, Oluchi Nwafor C.

Abstract: This project is concerned with the design, analysis and construction of a solar conversion system which consist of a solar panel an inverter and a battery. The solar panel traps the sunlight and converts it into direct current which is used to charge the battery through the charging circuit. The inverter converts the direct current power into alternating current power. The battery is being charged from either solar panel or power mains. The components that make up the system and their arrangement into sections or circuits are discussed. A test was done to ascertain its effectiveness. A solar conversion system is recommended to be used in homes, offices and industries. It is very expensive but it is hoped that the cost will reduce owing to the on-going research in the field.
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ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERMENT IN VILLAGE FUND MANAGEMENT BASED ON LAW NUMBER 6 OF 2014 AND REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS NO. 113 IN 2014 IN WATUMEA VILLAGE ERIS SUB DISTRICT MINAHASA DISTRICT
Anie V. Mundung, Merry L. Sael

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to determine the village financial management, in Watumea village, Eris sub-district, Minahasa district based on Law number 6 of 2014, and Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 113 of 2014, thus creating a government based on Good Governance Government. In this study, researchers used a qualitative approach based on phenomena, and explored logically in accordance with scientific principles. As for this approach, to explain how effective the role of the Village Government is in implementing good village governance, in creating a suitanable economy. The results showed that the Government of Watumea Village had involved 100% of the elements of the village community, with all stages of village financial management, starting from the planning stage to the accountability stage. Financial management in Watumea Village is in accordance with the financial management mechanism in Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 113 of 2014, which adheres to 4 main principles, namely transparent, accountable, participatory, orderly and disciplined. Overall, the principles of accountability and transparency in the management of village finances in Watumea Village have been fulfilled, so that they have been based on the working principles of the Good Governance Government that have principles from the community, by the community and for the welfare of Watumea villagers.
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ANALYSIS OF VILLAGE REGULATION BASED ON LAW NO. 6 OF 2014 CONCERNING VILLAGE, IN THE VILLAGE OF ESANDOM ONE DISTRICT MINAHASA TENGGARA
Jolly Turangan, Kiet Tumiwa, Angela M. Koloay, Farida I. S. Wakidin

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to find out the implementing regulations of Law No. 6 of 2014 that have existed until now, namely the technical regulation of Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 113 of 2014 concerning village financial management, which is transparent, accountable, participatory, and carried out in an orderly and budgetary discipline. This research is normative juridical, which is examining the principles of law, legal principles and systematics of law. Data obtained by library research and field research. Literature research is intended to obtain secondary data, while field research is intended to obtain primary data to support secondary data. Based on the results of research that Esandom Village One has implemented Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 113 of 2014 well based on transparent, accountable, participatory principles, and is carried out in an orderly and budgetary discipline in terms of village financial management, which is illustrated in the implementation of village finance that explains how development in Esandom Village one has been carried out in accordance with applicable regulations.
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THE UNITY OF TRUE PEOPLE IN THE ACCOUNTING OF THE CHURCH TRITUGAS
Kiet Tumiwa, Jolly Turangan, Lusye C. Kumaat, Johana Ratag

Abstract: Church-tritugas accounting is a form of service in the unity of the hearts of the righteous, which is inseparable, including: Koinonia (fellowship), Marturia (preaching / witnessing), and diakonia (doing / serving). The purpose of this research, to find meaning, church tritugas accounting is done by all Christians. The research method used, namely qualitative methods, to understand the phenomena about what is experienced by research subjects, about actions and motivations holistically and by describing in the form of words and language, in a special natural context, and by utilizing various methods naturally in revealing an object under study. The results showed that the meaning of church tritugas accounting is that the financial information generated is based on the unity of the hearts of the righteous, there is no modification (corruption) even though life is in need. Hopefully this research can motivate church finance managers to continue to use church tritugas accounting as a guide in managing church finances.
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EVALUATION OF LEVEL OF EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY IN VILLAGE FUND MANAGEMENT ACCORDING TO THE REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF NUMBER 16 OF 2018 IN KOLONGAN-TETEMPANGAN VILLAGE
Maykel. A. Tampenawas, Raymond. F. Rombot, Denny I. Y. Rompas, Deisy Lusiana

Abstract: The purpose of this research was to determine the level of effectiveness and efficiency of village fund management in Kolongan Tetempangan Village. This type of research is descriptive research. Data collection method used is the case method. The data collection conducted in this research, namely by collecting information relating to the effectiveness, and efficiency of village fund management that occurred in the Kolongan Tetempangan village for a period of three years, from 2016 to 2018. The analytical tool used is the ratio effectiveness and efficiency ratio. The results showed that the level of effectiveness of village fund management, in Kolongan Tetempangan Village was at the level of effective management. Meanwhile, the level of efficiency in managing village funds is also at an efficient level.
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Factor Analysis on the Variability of Physico-chemical Parameters of Obutu Lake, Ndikelionwu, Anambra State
Aronu, C. O., Ekwueme, O. G., Bilesanmi A. O.

Abstract: This study examined the variability of physico-chemical parameters at Obutu Lake, Ndikelionwu, Anambra State, Nigeria. The objective of the study was to determine the parameters that can adequately explain the variability of the physico-chemical parameters without loss of useful information. The data used in the study was obtained through secondary source. The Factor analysis and rank correlation was used to analyze the data for the study. Findings of the study revealed that inverse relationship exists among temperature and dissolved oxygen, Conductivity, alkalinity, Nitrate-nitrogen concentration, and Phosphate-phosphorus concentration while pH and transparency has positive relationship with temperature. Further result revealed that dissolved oxygen was found to have positive relationship with conductivity, alkalinity, Nitrate-nitrogen concentration and Phosphate-phosphorus concentration while transparency was found to have negative relationship with dissolved oxygen. Four factors were retained using the maximum likelihood extraction approach for the factor analysis because the factors were able to explain above 80% of total variability. Also, Phosphate-phosphorus conc., alkalinity, transparency, dissolved O2, Nitrate-nitrogen Conc. and conductivity were identified as the key physic chemical parameters that explained over 80% of the variability attributed to the model. Hence, Phosphate-phosphorus conc., alkalinity, transparency, dissolved O2, Nitrate-nitrogen Conc. and conductivity are consistent in explaining the physic chemical parameters of Obutu Lake with loss of useful information.
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EFFECT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON TURNOVER INTENTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AS MODERATOR VARIABLE AT MULTI JAYA LOMBOK
NADIA HASAN, ABDUL AZIZ BAGIS, SRI WAHYULINA

Abstract: The purpose of this study includes: (1) To analyze the effect of job satisfaction on employee turnover intention on Multi Jaya Lombok. (2)To analyze the normative commitment to strengthen the influence of job satisfaction on employee turnover intention on Multi Jaya Lombok. types of research used in this research are causal. The population of this research is all employees some 115 people. Data collection tools that will be used is the questionnaire. Data analysis techniques used in analyzing the influence of the independent variable on the dependent variable are moderating regression analysis (MRA). Based on data analysis and discussion that has been done, it can be concluded that: (1) Directly, job satisfaction has a significant influence on Turnover Intention. (2) Commitments Employee Job Satisfaction can strengthen the influence of Turnover Intention.
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DEVELOPMENT OF REPORTING DAMAGED ROAD CONDITION APPLICATION USING USER-CENTERED DESIGN METHODS
Soleman, Dendi Budiman

Abstract: The road condition reporting application is a mobile-based application is a mobile based application that is used to report road conditions in Indonesia. In its use, there are several problems with the application, the system does not have a satisfy design, so that the application is difficult to use. Difficulties that are often faced are at the registration / login stage due to lack of information on the application, force closed and slow GPS (Global Positioning System) detection. To resolve this problem, needed to develop the Jalan Kita application. The method used in this study is User Centered Design (UCD). This study focuses on redesigning User Interface and User Experience (UX) in applications using the UCD approach to problems based on user convenience, efficiency and usability. This research was conducted at the PT. XYZ, which has the tasks and functions of the operation and maintenance Jalan Kita application. This research aims to develop the Jalan Kita application, analyzing problems, gathering user needs, making design solutions to conducting design evaluations. by using the System Usability Scale (SUS) method for testing UI and Short Version of the User Experience Questionnaire (UEQ-S) for UX testing.
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Larvicidal potentials of selected plants against Culex quinquefasciatus (Say, 1823) (Diptera: Culicidae) in Owerri Imo State, Nigeria
Amaechi Austin., Uzoagba Deborah and Nwoke Bethram

Abstract: During the last decades lot of studies on natural plants as larvicides against mosquitoes has indicated positive results and can be used as alternatives against pesticides. The present study is focused on natural plants with insecticidal properties for control of Culex quinquefasciatus. Aqueous, methanol and Acetone were evaluated against the 4th instar larvae of C. quinquefasciatus, an important filariasis vector. Phytochemical screening of the plants showed the presence of phyto compounds such as tannins, alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, steroids, Quinones, Phenols and Glycosids. Different concentrations (10%-60%) of the extraction were used. Mortality of the larvae was observed within 24hrs of exposure. Results showed that higher extracts concentrations were greater in efficacy as compared to lower concentrations. It is concluded that all the 6 species of plants and parts used can be used for the prevention and control of C. quinquefasciatus mosquito due to there pesticide properties and bioactive chemicals and can be considered for further investigations.
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