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“The influences of perceived parenting on future orientation of education of adolescence in rural area in Bandung Regency
Yanti Rubiyanti, Ratna Jatnika, Ahmad Gimmy Prathama, Hendriati Agustiani

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Yanti Rubiyanti

Institutions
Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Padjadjaran Jalan Raya Bandung Sumedang KM 21
phone/fax : 022-7794126/27, email : yanti.rubiyanti[at]unpad.ac.id

Abstract
The number of adolescence pursue their education to senior high school and university level in Bandung regency is very low. Most parts of Bandung regency are belonging to rural area, which is remote from the densely populated area in a city. The number of senior high school and university is much less then Bandung city. In one of the area in Bandung regency, adolescence that do not continue their higher education become unemployed or working in informal area. This occur mostly not due to lack of academic ability or intrinsic motivation, but due to financial factors, as their parent-s income is often insufficient for their daily needs and further education available nearby. There are internal and external factors that can affect future orientation. One of the external factor is parents. Parents can have a very crucial impact on their children-s future orientation. Therefore, the present study investigated the influence of parent support on the motivation and interest of their children, especially in rural area such as Bandung regency. The method employed in the present study was regression study to measure the role of perceived parenting of father and mother on the future orientation of adolescence. The research subject was 93 students who attend 11th grade senior high school (37% male and 67% female), aged between 16 to 18 years old, which in agreement with grade 11 or adolescent period proposed by Santrock (2007), Newman & Newman (2015) and Steinberg (2014). Participants were asked to fill in 2 questionnaire, i.e. perceived parenting and future orientation questionnaire. The correlation analysis of the present study showed that the relationship between future orientation and perceived parenting is not significant (F-value 1.84, p-value = 0.17). Therefore we conclude that the perceived parenting is not significantly related with future orientation. According to Seginer, parenting is not directly related with future orientation, but related through the self, in this case the self is the adolescence.

Keywords
future orientation, perceived parenting, adolescence, Indonesia

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/x6HmBRtjybvu


Brain Drain as the Impact of Educational Migration in Indonesia
Made Dwi Setyadhi Mustika; Sutyastie Soemitro Remi; Mohamad Fahmi; Maman Setiawan

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Made Dwi Setyadhi Mustika

Institutions
Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Padjadjaran

Abstract
Getting a better job is usually the main reason someone migrates. But, the other reason that cannot be ignored is the hope of getting the opportunity to get a higher education. The phenomenon that arises following this educational migration activity is that there are many educational migrants who do not return to their home areas after taking education, and choose to work in other area. This phenomenon is known as brain drain, which refers to the condition of non-return of educational migrants after studying abroad. Natalia (2017) states that, educational migration activity is expected to bring new intellectual products to the area of origin, as well as new knowledge and technology. But, on the other hand most of these educational migrants did not return to their home areas because they preferred to migrate again as workers. This study aims to determine whether educational migrants will return to their original area or not, after completing their education in the destination. This study covers educational migration activities between regions in Indonesia, so the term used to describe this condition is Domestic Brain Drain. By using panel data of the Indonesia Family Life Survey (IFLS) wave 4 and wave 5, which are processed using the Logistic Regression Model method, the result suggest that more than 50 percent of the population of educational migrant in Indonesia choose not to return to their home area after education. They choose to work in the destination of migration education or work in other areas outside the area of origin.

Keywords
Educational Migration; Brain Drain

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/XC8zZ3q9QVPG


Effects of Demographic Factors and Financial Education on the Financial Capability of Investors in Surabaya
Mariana Ing Malelak and Njo Anastasia

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Mariana Ing Malelak

Institutions
Finance Program, Faculty of Business and Economics, Petra Christian University
Siwalankerto 121 – 131
Surabaya

Abstract
This study aims to examine the influence of the existence of demographic factors (gender, age, marriage status and education level) and financial education on the financial capability of the community in Surabaya, specifically related to investment behavior. The research was conducted in Surabaya using an explanatory quantitative approach which aims to analyze the influence between factors in research. Respondent samples were determined by non-probability sampling techniques, using convenience sampling method on respondents who are domiciled in Surabaya, with age criteria between 18 - 55 years old, in 2019. The first stage, the results of questionnaire data collection were processed using chi-square analysis techniques to prove the relationship of demographic factors and financial education to the financial capability of investors in Surabaya. The second stage, uses SEM-PLS to test the factors that influence respondents to the financial capability of investors in Surabaya. The results of the study show that demographic factors (namely age and education level) and financial education have a significant positive effect on investors financial capability in Surabaya. The higher age and education level of a respondent can improve financial capability so that financial behavior in investing is more responsible. Similar to financial education, education provided related to finance has the potential to increase the financial literacy of a respondent which ultimately has an impact on increasing the investors financial capability in its financial behavior.

Keywords
Demografic Factors, Financial Education, Financial Literacy, Financial Capability

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/mwBf96RNvV4n


Evaluation of Indonesian Smart Program in Bangkalan Regency
Witri(a*), Erna Setijaningrum(b)

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Corresponding Author
Witri .

Institutions
a)Student Master of Public Policy, Airlangga University, City of Surabaya, Indonesia
*witri-2017[at]fisip.unair.ac.id

b)Lecture of Public Policy Master-s Degree Program, Airlangga University, City of Surabaya, Indonesia

Abstract
Based on data from Badan Pusat Statistik, East Java in 2019, Bangkalan is the top three regency with the highest percentage of poor people and low education levels due to drop out. The government provides education fund through Indonesian Smart Program (PIP). This research is aims to evaluate the implementation of PIP in Bangkalan Regency with CIPP Evaluation Model by Stufflebeam. Type of this research was descriptive qualitative research. The results of PIP evaluation with CIPP Evaluation Model: First, PIP context was to achieved 12 years education. Second, PIP input was some students did not received PIP fund and had not Indonesian Smart Card (KIP) yet. Third, PIP process was misapplicationed PIP fund by students and the procedure to received PIP fund was not simple. Fourth, PIP product was education in Bangkalan Regency still low and many students still drop out from theirs school. The conclusion of this research is PIP has not success in overcoming drop out because the students are late to receiving funds and they dont use it for school needs.

Keywords
CIPP Evaluation Model, Indonesian Smart Program, Bangkalan Regency.

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/B6zyuQ2LDdXJ


Governmentality as a Participation Strategy: Implementation of E-Musrenbang in Rungkut Sub-District, Surabaya
Fierda Nurany1) Erna Setijaningrum2)

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Fierda Nurany

Institutions
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Airlangga University

Abstract
The aim of this study was to find out the governmentality carried out by the Surabaya city government in implementing e-musrenbang in Rungkut sub-district, Surabaya. This was based on the Surabaya city government implementing governmentality that caused the level of participation in e-musrenbang to be very high. The theory used is the governmentality technique according to Foucault (1991) which explains that governmentality is built on three bases, namely 1) Governmentalized localities, 2) regulatory communities, and 3) Subject formation. The method of research uses a descriptive qualitative approach. The informants are as many as 55 people from 6 urban villages in the Rungkut sub-district consisting of government officials, community leaders, and local residents. Data collection methods conducted through in-depth interviews, secondary data, and field observations. The results showed that the number of e-musrenbang proposals in Rungkut sub-district in 2018 was 164 proposals and the proposed average of 27 proposals. The technique of governmentalized localities is carried out by giving authority to each urban village to verify proposals and input proposals into the e-musrenbang system. Regulatory communities techniques are formed through mandatory routine meetings that discuss the priorities of development planning proposals. While the formation of subjects was carried out by community leaders at community meetings by agreeing on what was proposed by community leaders. As a result, the community becomes disciplined with the proposal. In conclusion, the governmentality carried out by the Surabaya city government has had a good impact on increasing public participation even though the form of participation is pseudo.

Keywords
Governmentality, E-musrenbang, public Participation, Rungkut Sub-District

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/8LraQ3fhgKHt


Improving academic environment for disable students: The role of student volunteers
Dwi Prasetyo^, Suen, Mein-Woei*, & Myrtati D. Artaria**

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Corresponding Author
Myrtati D. Artaria

Institutions
^ Study Program of Social Sciences (IIS), FISIP, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia
*Department of Psychology, Asia University, Taichung City, Taiwan
**Department of Anthropology, FISIP, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia
*Corresponding author: myrtati.artaria[at]fisip.unair.ac.id

Abstract
Many of the facilities for disabled students at many universities in Indonesia are considered not ready to accept them to study optimally. However, not being ready perfectly is no reason not to allow disabled students to study at universities. We examined the role of volunteer students in assisting with disable students so that they could learn better at the university level. We interviewed 5 volunteers at Airlangga Inclusive Learning Center. Data were collected using indepth interview. The volunteers accompanied the disabled students during lectures, seeking teaching materials in the library, as well as seeking teaching materials requested by their lecturers, became translators for deaf students, and became note takers for blind students. This study implemented a descriptive qualitative approach. The results of the study showed that volunteers who assist disabled students feel that they have useful new experiences. We found that student volunteers were able to carry out the various roles needed to support an inclusive campus. Some volunteer students were also able to act as facilitators who facilitated the disabled students outside of academic activities. Increasing the ability of student volunteers is very important so that they can expand social services within the campus environment, thereby increasing students social functioning to disabled students in the university environment.

Keywords
student volunteers, social function, disable students, inclusive learning, improving academic environment

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/NvVTWbzHtka7


PARTICIPANTS PERCEPTION OF BASIC TRAINING FOR CIVIL SERVANTS CANDIDATES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BLENDED-LEARNING
Aniek Juliarini 1); Purjono 2)

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Aniek Juliarini

Institutions
Financial Education and Training Hall Center Yogyakarta, Financial and Education Training Agency, Ministry of Finance of Republic of Indonesia

1) email: aniek.juliarini[at]kemenkeu.go.id; ajuliarini[at]gmail.com
2)email: purjono[at]yahoo.com

Abstract
Accessible learning, environmentally friendly, and technology-based is needed today. One of the methods is blended learning, a method combining e-learning and face-to-face learning. This method is applied at Basic Training Candidates for Civil Servants (Latsar CPNS) 2019 in Ministry of Finance. To maintain and improve its quality and effectiveness, evaluation is needed. This study aims to analyze how participants perceive blended learning implementation. The respondents were 119 participants in Basic Training Candidates for Civil Servants Group II 1st Period in Financial Education and Training Hall Center Yogyakarta. The research method is descriptive qualitative. The data were questionnaire of participants perceptions about the material, easiness, delivery, and difficulties. The results showed that: 1) 59,7% participants stated that e-learning material was quite easy to understand; 2). 65,5% participants stated that the presentation of material was quite interesting; 3) 36,1% participants stated that they had a little difficulty. Participants perceptions of face-to-face implementation were: 1) 54,6% participants stated that the material was easy to understand 21,8% stated that the materials was very easy to understand; 2) 56,3% participants stated the material was interesting; and 3). 73,9% participants stated they had no difficulties. Thus, e-learning was good enough, face-to-face learning was good.

Keywords
e-learning, blended learning, Latsar CPNS

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Xv2bZp7EGHrQ


Provision of Education in Promoting the Education for Sustainable Development in Pakistan
Muhammad Saud (a*), Rachmah Ida (b), Asia Ashfaq (c)

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Muhammad Saud

Institutions
a) Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

b) Department of Communication, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

c) Department of Humanities and Social Sciecnces, Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan

Abstract
Education for sustainable development is one of the key areas for researchers in the modern age. The present study aligned with the contemporary debate on Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations in 2015. This study conducted to investigate the provision of education in primary schools operating in rural community-s initiative by the NGOs. A quantitative design opted for the research and purposive sampling technique used to draw the sample from the population. In order to design the study, students- parents (enrolled in formal schools) selected as the respondents. A sample of 398 respondents taken from three regions namely; Islamabad, Lahore & Mardan in Pakistan. The study found that NGOs is playing a vital role in providing education facilities in rural communities that benefits and enrich the healthy educational society. Community and students are participating in various educational activities that enhance their capacity and knowledge. The study also showed that the parents of school going children showed a higher level of satisfaction from these formal institutes and agreed that it is also helping the promotion of sustainable development in their areas. The study also gives some recommendations.

Keywords
Formal education; sustainable development goals (SDGs); Pakistan; Education for All

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/xCNADwHMYyVg


The Effectiveness Of Little Champs To Improve The Gross Motor Skills Of Children Aged 5-6 Years
Nadya Adinda Putri and Nur Ainy Fardhana

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Corresponding Author
Nadya Adinda Putri

Institutions
Faculty of Psychology. Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia

Abstract
The purpose of this study to see the effectiveness of the little champs in the gross motoric improvement of children aged 5-6 years. The activities on Little Champs more explores playing in groups (Draper, Achmat, Forbes, & Lambert, 2012). Based on the Achievement Goal Theory whose main goal is to develop new abilities, try to understand the task, increase the level of competence by using the TARGET structure (Bub, Palmer, & Robinson, 2016). This study uses a semi-experimental approach. The subjects were 20 students of Mardi Putera Surabaya Kindergarten aged 5-6 years. The research design uses the single group pre-test post-test. Data retrieval uses observation techniques. They were treated for 5 times in the form of gross motoric activities carried out in groups. Each group consists of four students. The results of this study are expected to gross motor skills associated with locomotor activities; jumping and climbing lines. controling objects; throwing and kicking can increase.

Keywords
Gross motor; Achievement Goal Theory; Little Champs

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/VNAQGMuBWz6D


The impact of Peer Foster Education Program Scholarship in the School Environment in Banyuwangi District
Fakhrul Azzami Miftakhuddin, Jusuf Irianto, Sulikah Asmorowati

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Corresponding Author
Fakhrul Azzami Miftakhuddin

Institutions
Faculty of Social and Political Science, Airlangga University

Abstract
Education is now a fundamental dijaman is currently a very complex problem. And it gave birth to a variety of models for the state to provide education system for every citizen. As in Banyuwangi district that initiated the schools student assistance program that Foster Peer Student program (SAS). This program is a program that aims to help children who are less able Banyuwangi by way of the students volunteered to raise funds to help her educational costs less fortunate. The fund is managed by the respective schools by providing a report to the education authorities every three months, this is an attempt by the government to realize the 12-year compulsory education in Banyuwangi. The purpose of this study to identify and analyze the impact of the Foster Student Scholarship Peer Education Program Banyuwangi. Data collection techniques with deployment interviews and observations, the data is processed and analyzed qualitatively. The results showed that along with a variety of safety net programs of education in Banyuwangi, after the implementation of the program students foster peer in the district banyuwangi there has been a change in social attitudes towards the grantee the informants scholarships, educational assistance used to support educational lived better and informants active in one of the extracurricular activities in the school to its responsibilities because it has provided educational assistance to him and this is an initiative of the students who received the scholarship.

Keywords
Education, Peer Foster Students, Assistance

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/9mFRyZwzn42W


The phenomenon of brand community based on group chat related to perceived benefits, member commitment and brand loyalty
Ali Imaduddin Futuwwah (a*), Dien Mardhiyah (b)

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Ali Imaduddin Futuwwah

Institutions
a. Faculty of Economic and Business, Airlangga University
Jalan Airlangga No.4, Surabaya 60286, Indonesia
*next.creator10[at]gmail.com
b. Faculty of Economic and Business, Airlangga University
Jalan Airlangga No.4, Surabaya 60286, Indonesia

Abstract
Chat-based social media users like WhatsApp and Telegram have been popular in the Southeast Asia region. Indonesia is the country with the largest number of internet users in Southeast Asia, where they used social media that based on chat applications is prevalent. As the user chat application in Indonesia is bordered, it is encouraged the brand community to use the group chat feature. The development of user chat apps in Indonesia encouraged the brand community to use the group chat feature. This research will examine the perceived benefit of members when interacting in the community chat groups. When members feel the benefits, members will have a strong commitment to community and encourage brand loyalty. This study will use the community brand SONY ALPHA camera users. This community is engaged in photography and it is popular in Indonesia, which the sample is 186 respondents that were the members of the community who joined the WhatsApp and Telegram chat groups. This study used SMART PLS 3.0 as the analysis tool. This research produced a new and different finding from the previous research, where the benefits obtained by community members related to the hedonic and social benefits positively influenced members commitment. The other benefits related to learning and self-esteem are not significant. Community commitment has a positive effect on brand loyalty. This research provides learning for stakeholders who want to manage community-based chat applications, both for business and social needs.

Keywords
Brand Community, Brand Loyalty, Community Commitment, Group Chat, Perceived Benefit, Photography Community

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/7UqDRcwKrTa6


The Role of Servicescape on Loyalty Intentions Moderated by Student Perception
Wilma Cordelia Izaak, S.E., M.M

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Corresponding Author
Wilma Izaak

Institutions
Faculty of Economic and Business, UPN "VETERAN" JAWA TIMUR

Abstract
ABSTRACT This quantitative research aims to examine the important role of the servicescape on the level of commitment of college students to complete their lectures in their university. This research also tries to explain how personal factors in moderating servicescape towards intention to be loyal from FEB-UPN Veteran Jatim students. By using SEM Analysis, the results of the research are expected to be able to show the role of the servicescape towards the intention to be loyal of students and with personal factors able to strengthen or weaken student ratings to servicescape. This research is only carried out in a limited scope, where the population is students of 2016 and 2017, so that they can still pass the disposition stage or switch to different decisions during college, so that the focus of the research is students of class 2016 and students of class 2017 who are still actively recorded on the main data of the faculty. The main reason for this population selection is to get measurable results whether there is a relationship to the assessment of servicescape with loyalty intentions, with the moderator variables of student-s perception. The results of this research are expected to be able to provide a new choice that enriches the process of developing service marketing in the good university governence for higher education and the learning process for all parties.

Keywords
servicescape, loyalty intention, perception, good university governance

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/AvrBF37Q6hVP


University-s Strategy to Maintain Sustainability in Disruption Era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0
Sri Iswati

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Corresponding Author
Sri Iswati

Institutions
Universitas Airlangga

Abstract
Higher education as an institution where its activities cannot be separated from environmental influences. In the 2000s the world was struck by the revolutionary attack of industrial 4.0 that runs smoothly but has a massive impact. The industry revolution 4.0 not only has changed the way business was done, but also significantly changed the culture, mind-set, behaviour and employment. The dramatic change that shook this establishment was called the disruption era. This paper is aimed at contributing to the strategic steps in dealing with the disruption era in the 4.0 industry revolution. The method used is the literature or media review, then performed a deep analysis and elaboration. The conclusions of this paper are: universities should implement appropriate strategies to face the industrial revolution 4.0. These strategies include: MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), and AI (Artificial Intelligence). The shift in the role of lecturers is more to teach the values of ethics, culture, wisdom, experience to social empathy because the machine is unable to do so. This is very important for the future of education is getting excellent.

Keywords
sustainability, universities, disruption, industrial revolution 4.0, MOOC, AI

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Jy9r4jAeL2BC


Work Motivation of the Non-Civil Servant Teacher in School for Special Needs (SLBN) Bangli, Bali: A Case Study
Anak Agung Gede Raka Narayana Batuh, IGAP Wulan Budisetyani

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Anak Agung Gede Raka Narayana Batuh

Institutions
Magister Psikologi Profesi Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Airlangga

Abstract
The existence of teachers is very important for the survival of the nation (Suryana, 2006). Administratively, teachers in Indonesia consist of civil servants (PNS) and non-civil servants teachers. Non-civil servants teachers fulfilling the needs of teachers in both public and private schools. In regular schools, non-civil servant teacher teach from playgroups to high school, in addition there are also schools for special needs. The focus of the research is to reveal the work motivational of the non-civil servant teacher at the School for Special Needs (SLBN) Bangli, Bali. The subject of this study is a non-civil servants teacher who had working for nine years at SLBN Bangli, Bali who received salary Rp. 185,000.00 every month. The approach of the study is qualitative approach with a case study research model. Based on the purposive sampling technique, one person was chosen to be the subject of the study. Data was obtained through participant observation techniques and in-depth interviews The results of the research were subject begin to teach because of husband-s suggestion, but stopped teaching for two months because she felt depressed until returned to teaching because there was a longing to teach children with special needs. After undergoing teaching activities, the subject realizes that the teaching activities of children with special needs are entertainment for herself.

Keywords
Sekolah Luar Biasa, Work Motivation

Topic
Education, Community Engagement

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/TLpwjCPzKdyx


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