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NDMRP Proceeding
Volume 3, Pages 1-73
2017 NDMRP Conference on “NEW DIRECTIONS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH & PRACTICE” (NDMRP 2017)
May 12-13, 2017 Istanbul, Turkey
Edited by Dr. Ahmed Saddam

 

Volume 1
pp. 1-305 (2015)
2015 NDMRP Conference on “NEW DIRECTIONS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH & PRACTICE” (NDMRP 2015)
Volume 2
pp. 1-137 (2016)
2016 NDMRP Conference on “NEW DIRECTIONS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH & PRACTICE” (NDMRP 2016)
Volume 3
pp. 1-73 (2017)
2017 NDMRP Conference on “NEW DIRECTIONS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH & PRACTICE” (NDMRP 2017)

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Preface of proceeding


Track: Business Management & Economic Studies

Modelling System of Decision Making Feasibility of Aircraft Departure

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Pages 1-13
Qammaddin

Abstract
Celerity and appropriate decisions will be the key of success for a decision maker. Information does not enough to help in making decision, if not able to process and get involved them into the best alternatives for making decision. The aim of this research to build models and application of decision support systems on ground handling services provider in Haluoleo Airport Kendari. The process of ground handling activities can provide fast and accurate in taking a decision in order to determine the readiness of the aircraft departs from the specifie schedule. The reference to the enforcement of passengers, goods and cargo aircraft transported Dirjenhubud issued by the Department of Transportation on ground handling services namely technical handling, and ramp passenger & baggage handling. These problems can be solved with the construction of a model of making a decision support system. The model used is the Model Optimization Analytics and Optimization Alternatives Limited models using a model of Multi Attribute Decision Making (MADM) through the method of Simple Additive Weighting (SAW). The implementation of model system is useful for the manager of the airport ground handling in the process, so that the ground handling activities managers operational can determine what steps should be taken, in that it can minimize their biggest mistakes for flight.

The Collaborative Management Model on Developing the Infrastructure of the Airport in Kolaka, Sulawesi Tenggara

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Pages 14-20
Abdul Sabaruddin

Abstract
Collaborative management of the public sector is being introduced as a new approach to solve the problems which is mainly on the restrictiveness of bureaucracy in answering such public demand. Therefore, collaborative approach presents new actors out of the government in processing the public sectors. The relationship among actors in its collaboration is well developed through consensus, to gain valuable decision to all. Based on the problems mentioned, this study focuses on the model of collaborative management on developing the infrastructure of airport. To answer the objective of the study, therefore, this research applied qualitatve approach in which the respondents are those who were being involved in constructing process of the airport. The data gained from interview will be analyzed through interactive model consisting of some procedures; data reduction, data presentation, verivication of the data/ drawing conclusion. The result showed that collaborative management model in infrastructure development of the airport was a management model in this case collective action based on the principle of sinergity participation. In this context, there was no single actor on the development of infrastructure of the airport. Through collective action, the related aspects in this case the development of infrastructure was transparently communicated to avoid miscommunication among the members. Therefore, the actors which were being involved on the collaboration bore the needs reasonably and also there was no such member who were being burden. Thus, the implication of collaboration based on the consesnus, the collaboration on the development of infrastructure of the airport is on the basis of participative which pointed out the appointment and the continuation of the development.

Qualimetric Methods in Assessing the Effectiveness of Management Decisions in Universities

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Pages 21-28
Serik M. Abilov, Alexander A. Kaigorodtsev

Abstract
Management decision in the university is a process of convergent analysis, forecasting and timely resolution of problem situations, aimed at achieving synergetic results. The research studies advantages and feasibility of using qualimetric methods for evaluating effectiveness of university‟s management decisions. Participants in management decision-making are the university founders or the state, the rector and vicerectors, the Scientific Council, trade unions, dean’s offices, departments, students and external stakeholders. Evaluation of management decisions quality involves determining their effectiveness. Our proposal is to use the method, based on qualimetric analysis, in assessing effectiveness of management decisions in the university. The management decision effectiveness is based on the level of collaboration in decision-making, compliance of the decisions to the university development strategy, timely implementation of the decisions, the decision efficiency. The degree of collaboration in decision-making is determined by the involvement of various stakeholders in the process.
Estimation of the extent to which the decision complies with the university’s development strategy is based upon the fact that the decision adopted may be directed to the achievement of certain objectives of the strategy, or run counter to it. Index of timeliness of a management decision implementation is the ratio of standard time to the actual time spent. The decision is effective if the index value is equal to 1 or exceeds it. Decision efficiency is evaluated based on the quality of its implementation. The integrated indicator of the decision-making effectiveness is a combination of values for all four parameters. Using the method of qualimetric analysis raises the level of personnel involvement in the process of managerial decision-making, objectivity and decisions quality.

Track: Social Science & Humanities

The Effectiveness of Picture Story Books Implemented in Improving the Students’ Reading Performance at the First Year of Pkbm Medaso Kolaka

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Pages 29-34
Roslina

Abstract

The reality of teaching English Reading at PKBM Medaso Kolaka revealed that most of students have problems and tend to find many difficulties in reading, for example the students low performance and motivation on reading. This research aims to: 1) observe the effects of picture story books on students’ reading performance. 2) clarify students’ perception on the implementation of picture story books in reading class. The research was conducted at firts year of Paket B PKBM Medaso Kolaka by using the experimental design. There were 15 students as samples selected by using purposive sampling. They were divided into two groups: experimental and control groups. The data were collected by using the pre-test, the treatment, the post-test, questionnaires, and interviews. The reading test administered to the students of experimental and control class. The data were analyzed and interpreted by using Pearson Product Moment assisted by SPSS 14.0. The results reveal that picture story books is able to improve students’ reading performance and the implementation of picture story books improve students’ interest in reading. There is a significant difference between students’ reading score in the pre-test to post-test, with higherscores found in the post-test. The sig.(2 tailed) was 0.0013 which is lower than 0.05. The comparison of students reading improvement in experimental and control groups reveal the value of 0.025, which means that the improvement is significant. In other word, the implementation of picture story books improve students’ reading performance is significant. In conclusion, the implementation of picture story books can improve students reading perfoermance and sudents’ reading interest.


Politeness Strategy in Directive Speech Acts of Tolea Pabitara on Traditional Marriage Ceremony of Tolaki-Mekongga Ethnic

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Pages 35-41
Nur Ihsan HL

Abstract

This research was based on the politeness in speech acts at traditional ceremonies for Tolaki-Mekongga ethnic as native ethnic in the mainland of Southeast Sulawesi province. In traditional wedding procession, there was known as Tolea-pabitara (spokesman), both Toleapabitara represented the family of the bridegroom, and Tolea pabitara represented the woman’s family. The competence of politeness in speech act at the traditional procession to the continuity of interaction was crucial and was the responsibility of Tolea-pabitara. The problem in this research was how the use of directive speech acts of Tolea pabitara as politeness strategies in a traditional wedding ceremony of Tolaki-Mekongga ethnic in Southeast Sulawesi. There were two objectives in this research. The first was to describe strategies of Tolea pabitara in using directive speech acts as a strategy of politeness in a traditional wedding ceremony of Tolaki-Mekongga ethnic that domiciled in mainland of Southeast Sulawesi. The second was to describe the types of directive speech acts that were used by Tolea pabitara
in the traditional wedding ceremony of Tolaki-Mekongga ethnic in Southeast Sulawesi.


Innovation of Computer-Based Learning Multimedia at English Study Program of Teacher Training and Education Faculty of Sembilanbelas November University of Kolaka

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Pages 42-51
Kadaruddin

Abstract

Based on the preliminary research, the researcher was found that the students’ ability in English especially in Kolaka regency was low. To overcome the problem, needed the using of multimedia learning that more creative and innovative. So, the learning atmosphere more enjoyable and the student are not boring. The implementation of using computer-based learning multimedia as one strategy in English teaching that was proposed to improve the students’ ability in English. By this strategy, it was hoped can be improve the teaching quality continually and finally can improve the students’ competency in English. The specific objective of the research was to create the computerbased learning multimedia which creatively and innovative. To achieve the target, the researcher was using development method by Plompt (1997) which consist of five steps, they were; (1) preliminary investigation, (2) planning, (3) realization/construction, (4) test, evaluation, and revision, and (5) implementation. Next, to know the implementation result of computer-based learning multimedia, the research was conducted in Classroom Action Research (CAR) that adapted from Kemmis and Taggart (1998). By CAR, the researcher hope knowing the implementation and effectively of multimedia computer-based learning in improving the students’ English ability at English study program. Based on the results of the research, it can be concluded that in order to improve English ability of students, needs to be presented in the form of activities that are more creative and innovative. One was through the use of computer-based learning multimedia. This is done in order to provide a more attractive presentation of the material and relevant to the conditions and characteristics of the students.

Avoidance and Over use in Indonesian Language Usage of Children Whose Have Balinese Language as Mother Tongue

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Pages 52-60
Wayan Pageyasa

Abstract

The use of Indonesian by children whose have Balinese mother tongue, especially for children living in the village, is fairly difficult. This is because the Balinese language mastered much different from the Indonesian newly learned. The language transfer will take place from Bali to the Indonesian language. This study aimed to describe two phenomena of the transfer, they are avoidance and the over use. The research data was obtained from the recordings and field notes. The results showed that there are indeed avoidance and over-use in the Indonesian language use by children whose have Baliness mother tongue.


Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Perspective of Public Administration (A Study of Governance)

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Pages 61-64
Achmad Lamo Said

Abstract

The Implementation of CSR in Indonesia, most of them are not running in accordance with the existing theory because the government and society in CSR activities are not fully authorized to engage in these activities, due to the company directly manages the CSR fund. Thus, the theory of governance put three pillars as a principal provider of public service life, those are, (1) the state, (2) the civil society and (3) the private sector. CSR has to involve all parts or elements which know about CSR, with a focus on (1) Implementation of CSR has to be published and transparent. (2) CSR Fund is administered by a forum / team through a memorandum of understanding facilitated by the government in accordance with its role as mandating, facilitating, partnering, and endorsing. (3) CSR forum / team consists of; government, corporate (private), and society. (4) The form of regional regulation on CSR by reference to Constitution Number 40 of 2007 on the Limited Liability Companies and Government Regulation Number 47 of 2012 on Corporate Social Responsibility so that CSR is considered as one
of the important instruments in public administration.


Biological Aspects of blue Swimmer Crab (Portunus pelagicus) in Pomalaa Waters

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Pages 65-73
Syahrir

Abstract

Commodity crab fishery resources (Portunus pelagicus) which is locally call “bukkang suji” has been exploited to increase revenues and compliance with the animal protein of Pomalaa’s people widely. For the sake of preserving and to achieve sustainable management, an accurate information about the growth of local fisherman haul production and its crab size is needed. Direct observation to the crab haul conducted with the aim of describing the crab condition and crab resource availability in the study area to be reviewed biology aspect. he studies showed that during the observation all the haul crab size structure has a modus on lengthy class 54–56 mm, board 107–110 mm, thick 29.5–30.5, weight 80–89 gram. Relationships of crab length, width, thickness and weight indicated a positive correlation toward whole parameters. It means that the increasing of one parameter closely related to increasing the size of the other parameters. The growth pattern of caught crab (Portunus pelagicus) at Pomalaa sea is positively allometric with the b grade on 3.079 scale. The comparison of sex ratio between male and female crabs is 1:1.42, it means that crab sex ratio is in an unbalanced state