The Influence of Guidance and Supervision on the Work Performance of Civil State Employees in the Office of the "X" Ministry "Y" Jakarta Indonesia

Andi Budiawan Annisa Lisdayantia, Anton Budi Santosob, a,bFaculty Business and Management in University of Widyatama Bandung Indonesia,

 E-mail: andi.budiawan@widyatama.ac.id

Additional guidance and supervision is needed because of differences in vision and mission, capabilities and skills, personality and the demands of the public services in an increasingly complex work world. Civil State apparatus is required to be responsive and capable of providing services in accordance with the development of society. Civilian State apparatus as the subject of development is the object of this study and the principal issue is to determine the Effect of Development and Supervision partially or simultaneously on Work Performance in the Office of Administrative Civil Office of Administration "X" Ministry "Y" Jakarta Indonesia. The method used in this research is descriptive research method which explains the actual problem and the way to collect data, organize or classify the problems, analyze and interpret. This research was conducted from January to June 2018. The sampling technique used in this research employs the technique of saturated sample size of 57 people. Data analysis techniques used multiple linear regression analysis through SPSS version 25. In accordance with the results of the discussion, it can be deduced that the implementation of guidance and supervision in the Office of Administrative Civil Office of Administration "X" Ministry "Y" Jakarta Indonesia is already well underway. This conclusion is based on regression analysis of significant influence by variable partial guidance and supervision of the employees working on a degree preatasi alpha error of 0.10. Simultaneously is it significant that both these variables affect job performance of employees with an error rate of 0.01. Appropriate analysis based on the calculation of the Pearson correlation coefficient (R) obtained a yield of 0.945 which means that the relationship between the guidance and supervision of the work performance of employees is very strong. Through R Square (R2) of 0.894 it is found that the magnitude of the coefficient of determination (KD) amounted to 89.40% . Pages 1 to 23




The Influence of Internal Auditor Skills on Fraud Detection (Survey at Pt. Bank Mandiri Cabang Soekarno-Hatta Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia)

Bunga Indah Bayunitria, Asrini Christinawatib, aWidyatama University, Bandung, Indonesia, bSTIKes Dharma Husada, Bandung, Indonesia,

Fraud has become a phenomenon throughout the country, occuring in almost all government sectors and the private sector. In Indonesia, fraud is proven by the existence of a number of cases related to the liquidation of several banks, tax manipulation, banking crimes, corruption committed by government officials and other cases based on personal and group greed. Facing the increasing number of frauds, fraud detection efforts for the prevention of embezzlement and other crimes is needed as an accountability function. According to the "2002 Report to Nation on Occupational Fraud and Abuses", internal auditor activities can reduce 35% of fraud. Therefore the role of competent internal auditors is very important in detecting and preventing fraud. This type of research is a descriptive causal analysis measuring a conclusion by using a regression analysis and, for hypothesis testing, a t-test. The results of this research indicate that internal auditor skill has an influence on fraud detection. Pages 24 to 31




 Factors That Influence Earnings Management: A Study of the Indonesia Stock Exchange

Citra Marianaa, Diah Andarib, Rini Susianic, Hesty Juni Tambuati Subingd, Ingrid Larasati Agustinae, a,b,c,d,eFaculty of Economics, Widyatama University, Indonesia 

Email: citra.mariana@widyatama.ac.id

This study aims to reveal firm value and deferred tax expense on earnings management in manufacturing companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2015-2017. The method used in this study is explanatory. This research was conducted on data in the form of financial statements. To analyze the research data, multiple linear regression analysis was used. Based on the results of multiple linear regression analysis, the firm value and deferred tax expense partially and simultaneously influenced earnings management in manufacturing companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period 2015-2017. Pages 32 to 41




The Effect of Regional Tax and Regional Returns on Increasing Regional Income of West Java Province

Daniel Nababana, Ivan Gumilar Sambas Putrab,

a,bWidyatama University, Indonesia

Email: daniel.nababan@widyatama.ac.idivan.gumilar@widyatama.ac.id,

Fiscal policy is the policy of the central government regarding balancing and adjusting income and welfare for the development and welfare of a region within the country and also local government policies in the form of regional tax levies and regional levies which are the main focus of attention in the development of a country's territory. The purpose and objective of this thesis is to determine the effect of regional taxes and regional levies on increasing regional original income along with the growth rate of local taxes and regional levies on increasing Regional Original Income (PAD). The research subjects were the West Java Provincial Government and the Research Object was regional tax revenues, receipt of regional retribution and Regional Original Income (PAD). The data analysis method used both a descriptive method and a relationship analysis method. Data sources used are secondary data sources with data collection techniques in the form of observation, library research and internet studies. The analytical tools used are multiple regression test, classical assumption test and panel data regression. The results of the statistical data processing produced the result that there was no deviation after the analysis and correction of data analysis was carried out using Eviews version 10. The results of the study explained that Regional Taxes partially and simultaneously affected the increase in Regional Original Income (PAD), Regional Retribution partially and simultaneously influence Regional Original Income (PAD) and that the Regional tax growth rate tends to be greater than the rate of growth of regional levies. Suggestions are made to the DaTi I Government of West Java Province in order to maintain and increase revenue in the Regional Tax sector and focus and maximize the revenue process from Regional Retribution and Other Research in order to be able to develop research studies and research instruments. Pages 42 to 54




 The Effect of Compensation and Communication on the Work Productivity of Employees at PT. Mitra Lestari Sejati Bandung

Darwis Agustriyanaa, Didi Tarmidib, Citra Andini Putric, a,b,cWidyatama University, Indonesia   Email: darwis.agustriyana@widyatama.ac.id

This study aims to find out the influence of compensation and communication on employee productivity at PT Mitra Lestari Sejati. The research method used in this research is both a descriptive and verification methodology. The samples of this study are employees of PT Mitra Lestari. The sampling technique used in this study is saturated samples, with the number of samples equal to the total population of 120 employees. While the analytical method used in this study is correlation analysis product moment, multiple linear regression, the coefficient of determination and test is significant at the significance level of 5%. The results show that compensation contributes to work at a productivity of 56.1%, while the remaining 43.9% is contributed to by other variables not examined, with communication contributing to work productivity by 36.2%, while the remainder is 63%. The other 0.8% are contributions from other variables not examined. While compensation and communication contribute to work productivity by 57.9%, the remaining 42.1% is a contribution from other variables not examined. Pages 55 to 84




 Revenue Recognition in Accordance with Statement of Financial Accounting Standard (PSAK) No.23/ 2010 at PT AKR Corporindo Tbk

Debbie Christinea, aDepartment of Accounting, Widyatama University, Bandung, Indonesia, 

Email:  debbie.christine@widyatama.ac.id

According to PSAK 23/2010 revenue is the gross inflow of economic benefits arising from the normal activities of an entity during a period when those inflows result in increases in equity that is derived from the contribution of investors. The main income earned by AKR Corporindo is selling a distribution business and supply chain solution. The final assignment method used in this research is descriptive method, involving descriptive, observational methods that analyze the condition of the company. AKR Corporindo apply accrual basis to recognize revenue. Application of revenue recognition is done by AKR Corporindo in accordance with PSAK No. 23/2010, in which revenue is recognized on the basis of PSAK No. 23/2010. The possibility that the economic benefits associated with the transaction will be obtained by the entity and the amount of revenue can be measured reliably. Revenue Recognition in accordance with PSAK No.23/2010 at AKR Corporindo can be concluded as occurring on the basis of revenue recognition as used at AKR Corporindo. The findings are that with regards to accrual basis of revenue recognition, which is where the income from the sale of goods or services is recognized in the period of the transaction, although cash has not been received by the company, the transactions have been recorded and recognized as revenue. Pages 85 to 92




Stock Return: Impact of Return on Asset, Return on Equity, Debt to Equity Ratio and Earning Per Share

Dede Hertinaa, Mohd Haizam Mohd Saudib, a,bWidyatama University Bandung, Indonesia 

Email: dede.hertina@widyatama.ac.idhaizam@widyatama.ac.id

This study aims to examine the effect of Return On Assets, Return On Equity, Debt to Equity Ratio, and Earning Per Share on property and real estate companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period of 2012-2016. The study population consisted of 46 companies with a sample of 27 companies using purposive sampling. This research method uses f test statistical analysis and t test. The results showed that Return On Assets and Return On Equity had no effect on stock returns, Debt to Equity Ratio had a significant effect on Stock returns, and that Earnings Per Share had a significant effect on stock returns. The results showed that Return On Assets and Return On Equity had no effect on stock returns, Debt to Equity Ratio had a significant influence on Stock returns and Earnings Per Share had a significant effect on stock returns. In the determination coefficient test (R2) Adjusted R-squared value of 0.080104 indicated the ability of independent variables in explaining of dependent variable of 8.01% while the remaining 91.99% was influenced by other variables that are not investigated in this study. Pages 93 to 104




Constructing Double Modals in English Modality on Corpus Linguistics: Syntactic and Semantic Studies

Deden Novan Setiawan Nugrahaa, aFaculty of Business and Management, Widyatama University, Bandung - Indonesia,

Email: deden.novan@widyatama.ac.id

The current development of the industrial revolution is accelerating with the existence of digital technology that has a major impact on human life throughout world. The latest industrial revolution is the fourth generation; it’s a system automation in all processes of human life activities. Internet technology is not only connecting millions of people throughout the world but also becoming the basis for language research through the corpus linguistics. One of the typical difficulties posed by double modals verbs are the multiplicity of meaning. Most double modal verbs have more than one meaning or function. By using descriptive method, this research describes the double modals construction Must + adverb in English modality and Indonesian based on its meaning. The data was taken from corpus linguistics,that is Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA). The results showed that the types of meanings for double modals construction, Must + Adverb, exist in epistemic and deontic modalities. Pages 105 to 115




Semiotics Analysis in Drama Script ‘Nyanyian Rimbayana’

Deden Novan Setiawan Nugrahaa, aFaculty of Business and Management, Widyatama University, Indonesia

Email: deden.novan@widyatama.ac.id

Semiotics is one of the literary studies that discusses the meaning of signs. In understanding literary semiotics, all literary works have meaning and all readers and connoisseurs of literature are able to find the meaning as expressed by the author. A series of in-depth literature studies investigated literature and literary works, one of them is a drama script, ‘Nyanyian Rimbayana’. This research examined the semiotic aspects contained in the sign system in the drama script ‘Nyanyian Rimbayana’. This research uses a qualitative descriptive with Roland Barthes's semiotics as the main instrument for analyzing data. As one genre of literature, the drama script "Nyayian Rimbayana" is principally a collection of sign systems; while the sign systems themselves are displayed intrinsically through plot, character and settings. When carrying out the interpretation process of the sign systems, it must be considered that the sign systems are at the level of language conventions (denotation) and literary conventions (connotations). Pages 116 to 129




 Measurement of Company Performance Pt. Pindad (Persero) by Using Balanced Scorecard

Diah Andaria, Ingrid Larasati Agustinab, Citra Marianac, Andina Nur Fathonahd, a,b,c,dWidyatama University, Indonesia

 Email: Diah.andari@Widyatama.ac.id

This research proposal will investigate performance evaluation PT. Pindad (Persero) with the Balanced Scorecard. This research is related to the performance of companies in the financial perspective, customer perspective, internal business process perspective, and learning and growth perspectives. To know the performance of the company in a period of need, it is necessary to conduct measurements for company performance. One method that can be used as a performance measurement is the Balanced Scorecard method that combines four perspectives: one financial and three non-financial perspectives: customer, internal business processes, learning. This study has taken into consideration various factors for the company in the future in order that strategic direction can be more precise. PT Pindad (Persero), which is a company with the largest sales figures in the sector of consumer goods, was selected the case-study company to conduct company performance measurement using the Balanced Scorecard method in this study. Pages 130 to 143




The Effect of Organizational Culture and Work Stress on Employee Performance

Didi Tarmidia, Zahera Mega Utamab, Shidiq Agung Nugrohoc,  R. Susanto Hendiartod, Dewi Utami Saptaningrume, a,c,dFaculty of Business and Management, Widyatama University, bProf. Dr. Moestopo Beragama University, Indonesia eSTIE Santa Ursula Jakarta, Indonesia 

Email: didi.tarmidi@widyatama.ac.id

This study examined the Effect of Organizational Culture and Job Stress on the Performance of Employees of PT Asno Horie Indonesia. In the current global era, competent and quality human resources are needed by PT. Asno Horie Indonesia is required to improve employee performance, but the company does not always run well with the conditions of some employees who experience job stress due to workplace accidents. Based on this research, it was found that the organizational culture applied at PT Asno Horie Indonesia is efficacious and the performance of its employees good, but there were still other problems of which work stress was highlighted. The purpose of this study was to determine the Organizational Culture, Job Stress and employee performance at PT Asno Horie Indonesia, as well as to determine the magnitude of the influence of Organizational Culture and Job Stress partially and simultaneously on employee performance at PT Asno Horie Indonesia. The research method used is descriptive research method verification with a quantitative approach. The population in this study are employees of PT. Asno Horie Indonesia totalling 660 people and the data collection technique was through interviews, observations and questionnaires. The sampling technique used in this study was simple random sampling and was effected randomly regardless of the strata in the population, using Slovin formula which amounted to 87 respondents. The results of the research obtained by Organizational Culture based on descriptive analysis can be categorized quite well with respect to employee work stress effect on employee performance at PT. Asno Horie Indonesia. Organizational culture has a positive effect on employee performance at PT. Asno Horie Indonesia. Job stress has a positive effect on employee performance at PT. Asno Horie Indonesia. Organizational Culture and Job Stress simultaneously have a positive effect on Employee Performance at PT. Asno Horie Indonesia, so that it can be seen that Performance is influenced by Organizational Culture and Job Stress. Correlation coefficients obtained reveal that there is a high relationship between Organizational Culture and work Stress on performance and that the level of performance can be improved by improving Organizational Culture and work stress. Pages 144 to 160




 The Improvement of Indonesian’s Weak Personalities in Japanese Companies

Dinda Gayatri Ranadireksaa, aWidyatama University, Indonesia

 Email: Dinda.gayatri@widyatama.ac.id

As a country with a large population, Indonesia is a potential country as a foreign investment destination, especially for Japan. Indonesia is also the biggest market in Southeast Asia with its 260 million people. Certainly the cheap labor cost condition in Indonesia is a good opportunity to invite more investors. However, there are plenty of problems appearing in Japanese companies, especially in industrial fields concerning Indonesian employee personalities. One of the problems is a misunderstanding gap towards its culture. For example, many Japanese think that Indonesian employees work less hard, are irresponsible, lazy, and so on. The question is: Are these beliefs true? To know what kind of weak personalities Indonesian employees have, this research interviewed six members of Japanese expatriates from three different companies. Also some Indonesian employees were interviewed to determine their thinking concerning the Japanese expatriates’ opinions of what is wrong or wanting so that compromise can be reached in the work environment. This research is conducted using qualitative method.  Determining the weakness of Indonesian employees’ personalities, can lead to improvements being made and there can be work harmony with Japanese expatriates in the companies. Ultimately then, employees’ production and the job environment can be improved as well. In conclusion, the solution to improve the identified Indonesian workers’ weaker personality traits is by conducting appropriate training, giving compliments to their achievements and delivering a cross-cultural lesson for Indonesian employees and also for Japanese expatriates. Pages 161 to 167




Management Information System Framework in Destination Decision Making by Travelers

Dini Arwatia, Dini Verdania Latifb, Mohd Haizam Mohd Saudic, a,b,cFaculty of Economics, Widyatama University , Indonesia,

Email: dini.arwaty@widyatama.ac.id, dini.verdania@widyatama.ac.id,   haizam@widyatama.ac.id

The development of tourism in Indonesia has experienced rapid development which can be proven by the increase in foreign and domestic tourists. Tourists often have difficulty deciding what tourist attractions to visit that are in accordance with their interests and are suitable for the allocated number of days and the amount of costs to be incurred. For this reason, it is necessary to develop a tourism management information system to assist tourists in making their choices. This research method is a descriptive method that explains the framework of a tourism management information system for the selection of destinations. To build an information system, the first step is to create a database relating to tourism activities, namely, tourist attractions, transportation, accommodation, restaurants and shopping centers. Based on this data, tourists can determine tourist destinations that are of interest, along with a travel itinerary and estimated costs. Pages 168 to 175




Interest of Community as Citizen Control in the Implementation of the E Government in Bandung City Using Management Control System Approach

Dini Verdania Latifa, Saadahb, Syakieb Arsalanc, a,b,cFakulty of  Economics, Widyatama University, Indonesia,

Email: dini.verdania@widyatama.ac.idsaadah.5507@widyatama.ac.idsyakieb.arsalan@widyatama.ac.id

The city of Bandung has implemented the E Government which is part of the Smart City concept. The Smart City concept is a concept that can make it easier for people to access information, so that the government can manage resources effectively and efficiently and be able to provide information in a timely manner, so as to prevent corruption. However, the facts show that Bandung has the highest percentage of corruption due to bribery in Indonesia, which is 10.8% of the total production cost. To overcome this, the community was asked to participate as a supervisor in the financial sector. As a controller, the citizens of Bandung City must be involved in the supervision of budgeting arrangements and oversee the realization and accountability of budgets. The community must also be actively involved in reporting if there is a budget deviation. This study aims to determine the interest of the community as supervisors in government activities in the financial sector. This research method is a description. The results showed that the community is very interested in being a controller. However, this interest has not been supported by existing facilities, such as the lack of understanding in the community to conduct supervision and that the available financial information is very concise with obscurity of legal protection for reporters. Pages 176 to 187




Factors Affecting Audit Delay towards Volume and Frequency of Stock Trading (Survey Study on Mining Companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange Period 2010-2014)

Eddy Winaarsoa, a,Widyatama University, Indonesia

Email: eddy.winarso@widyatama.ac.id,

Delays in the issuance of financial statements can indicate that there is a problem in the company so that it requires a longer time to settle the audit, this results in a decrease in the volume and frequency of stock trading. Based on the Bapepam LK perurahurah, 90 days after the end of the year, public companies are required to publish audited financial statements. If not, the company will be subject to reprimand and stock trading will be terminated and this result will harm all parties both stockholders and stakeholders. The research objective is to determine the impact of audit delay on the volume and frequency of stock trading either partially or simultaneously. The object of the research is the audited financial statements of mining sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2010-2014. The sampling technique uses purposive random sampling method according to the criteria of researchers for 32 financial statements of mining sector companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2010 to 2014. The study used multiple regression analysis and hypothesis testing, namely the multiple determination coefficient (R2), partial significance test (t test) and simultaneous significance (Test F). The results showed that audit delay partially or simultaneously had an effect on the volume and frequency of stock trading. Pages 188 to 215




Web Scrapping as Pre-Processing Method to Identify Current Careers and Trends in Information and Communication Technologies

Eka Angga Laksanaa, aInformatics Engineering,Widyatama University Bandung, Indonesia, 

Email: Eka.angga@widyatama.ac.id

Rapid growth of the internet has generated change in information and technology industries. Informatics departments as part of higher education studies have responsibility to create curriculum which adapts to industrial needs. This paper shows the potential information hidden in the internet which, by using web scrapping method, has enabled academics to automatically collect careers information in ICT industries. The experiment has successfully collected data regarding 800 jobs related to ICT industries. This study is important as pre-processing of the data mining process as it would make it easier for the next research to find the current trends in information and Communication Technologies. Pages 216 to 224




Publication Strengthening As the Foundation in Entering World Quality Higher Education

Eriana Astutya, Sri Astuti Pratminingsihb, a,bFaculty of Business and Management, Widyatama University, Indonesia,

Email: eriana.astuty@widyatama.ac.id

Higher education plays a role as a major contributor to the nation's competitiveness in the current era of the knowledge economy. Higher Education as a Knowledge Enterprise serves to produce knowledge that can be utilized in daily life and will lead to the welfare of the community. The need for universities in Indonesia to enter the World Class Quality is a factor that must be well planned. This study aims to identify the capability needed by universities to attain World Class Quality through aspects of the research situation, situations of academic freedom and academic excellence. The research was conducted by survey method on 5 (five) State Universities and 2 (two) Private Universities in Indonesia which were considered to be superior performers in their efforts towards World Class Quality. The research instruments in the form of questionnaires and data processing used structural equation modelling with statistical analysis tools SPSS 22 and AMOS 20. The results showed that 25% of DIKTI ratings in Indonesian universities were strongly influenced by publication performance. The following results state that tertiary institutions ranked in the 10 best providers have opportunities of World Class Quality at an average of 81%, while state and private universities that are ranked 11≤ Dikti Rank ≤50 have opportunities of World Class Quality on average of 77 %, and the remaining institutions have a chance of 43% to be able to get global quality campus recognition. Pages 225 to 237




The Influence of Non-Performing Loan (NPL), Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR), Operational Cost to Operational Income (BOPO) and Net Interest Margin Against Return on Assets (ROA) (Empirical Study on Banking Company Listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange Period 2012-2016).

Erly Sherlitaa, Yuni Fenanda Utamib, a,bEconomic Faculty, Widyatama University, Indonesia

  Email: erly.sherlita@widyatama.ac.idyunifenanda@gmail.com,

Banking is one of the financial institutions whose main activity is to collect funds from the community and then distribute them with the aim to earn a profit. This study aims to test empirically the influence of Non-Performing Loan (NPL), Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR), Operational Cost to Operational Income (BOPO) and Net Interest Margin (NIM) to Return on Assets (ROA) on Banking Companies Listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange during the period 2012-2016. This research uses purposive sampling technique. The data used in the study is secondary data from annual financial reports that have been published by banking companies listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The data was analyzed using descriptive statistic analysis, classic assumption test, multiple regression analysis, determination coefficient analysis (R2), and hypothesis testing using t-test and F-test with 5% significance level. The results of this study indicate that partially Non-Performing Loan (NPL) and Operational Cost to Operational Income (BOPO) have negative influence to Return on Assets (ROA); Net Interest Margin (NIM) has positive influence to Return on Assets (ROA) and Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) does not have influence to Return on Assets (ROA). Simultaneously Non-Performing Loan (NPL), Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR), Operational Cost to Operational Income (BOPO) and Net Interest Margin (NIM) have influence to Return on Assets (ROA). Pages 238 to 253




The Word Long as Syntactically and Semantically used in the Novel Anne of Green Gables and Its Translation

Ervina CM Simatupanga, Maya Lisa Aryantib, Hendarc, a,b,cWidyatama University, Indonesia  Email: ervina.simatupang@widyatama.ac.id

This research entitled “The word ‘long’ as syntactically and semantically used in the novel Anne of Green Gables and translation. The objective of this research is to analyze the functions of the word long and to describe the meanings of the word long related to its functions. The existence of the word long in group structures and in clauses has many functions and creates meanings. When the word long is used as an adjective it functions as the head word in a noun phrase, which is followed by the nominal group as its complement. Its meaning is interpreted freely or lexically based on the speaker’s intention. Whereas when the word long is used as an adverb, it has two functions, first as complement in the clause and second as particle in a verb phrase. The meaning as a complement is related to circumstantial telling about time and the meaning as a particle is controlled by the verb as it has bound meaning. The meanings can be found in a dictionary. Pages 254 to 261




 The Effect of Schoology Implementation toward Students’ Autonomous Learning

Ervina CM Simatupanga, Puspita Sarib, a,bWidyatama University, Indonesia

E mail: ervina.simatupang@widyatama.ac.id

This study is entitled ‘The Effect of Schoolgy Implementation toward Students’ Autonomous Learning’. The aim of this study is to find out what the influences of the use of Schoology application as online based learning are ton students’ autonomous learning, so that students can encourage themselves to have positive attitudes to learning and to be responsible and independent in their own learning. The research method used is qualitative description. The data was collected using observation sheets and documentation which was analyzed descriptively. The results of this study are that students are able to finish tasks and quizzes independently, engage in forum with their lecturer and access various online sources. Moreover, students are enthusiastic using the  Schoology application because it is more up to date and is equipped with tasks, quizzes and forums and a lecturer is able to check students’ presence online which does not exist in other platforms. Pages 262 to 271




Architecture of Product Digital Scales Modbus Protocol-Based

Esa Fauzia, M. Fajrib, Yani Irianic, a,bDepartment of Informatics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, cDepartment of Industrial Engineering, Universitas Widyatama, Bandung, Indonesia,

Email: esa.fauzi@widyatama.ac.idnurrohmanfajri90@gmail.comyani.iriani@widyatama.ac.id

PT "X" is one of the manufacturers of cigarettes that have 3 production lines and 3 different products. During the master packing process, the three products will be weighed in 3 different lines, where each product has weight references (standard). This process is less effective when considering that a new product has a different weight are requires different production and manufacturing in turn. When the product does not comply with the standard, a rejector will work to separate the product, which will then be checked by the operator. This is usually done manually by using the manual scales l. Based on this, digital scales software is needed. The research methods used in this research are library research method, field research method, and laboratory research method. This study aims to design and create a digital weighing software using the ModBus protocol to communicate data from the scales to the program and to read the barcode usinga  scanner through RS-232 serial communication. This new system will also use the jet printer to print the weight of the products with communication over UDP (User Datagram Protocol). The results of the design and testing that was carried out on more than 1000 products, is that the software was able to perform its function properly and give information about the weight of the product. After the testing phase, the program was installed in the production line using all the actual devices that were used for the production process. Pages 272 to 284




Management Commitment and Export Performance of Creative Industry: The Mediating Role of Partner Relationship Program

Fansuri Munawara, Agus Rahayub, Disman Dismanc, Lili Adi Wibowod, aFaculty of Business and Management, Widyatama University, b,c,dSchool of Postgraduate, Indonesian University of Education, 

Email: fansuri.munawar@widyatama.ac.id

This research tries to investigate and present empirical evidence regarding the influence of management commitment and partner relationship program on the export performance of the creative industry. The fundamental issue in this investigation is to fill the research gap and solve the problem of how to improve the export performance of the creative industry in West Java Province, Indonesia. The sample in this study were the leaders of the handicraft export industry comprised of 72 respondents using purposive random sampling based on business entity ownership and period of exporting.  Data collection procedures were achieved by disseminating questionnaires, interviewing and documentation. The research analysis utilizes the Structural Equation Model-based Partial Least Square with the tools of SPSS and Smart PLS statistical programs. The results prove that all research hypotheses in this study are supported. The implications of the study are that management commitment and partner relationship program affect export performance.  The partner relationship program mediates the relationship between management commitment and export performance. As such, management commitment has a more significant contribution than partner relationship program on the export performance of the creative industry. Pages 285 to 306




An Analysis of the Construction Sector and GDP of Indonesia

Farida Nursjantia, aFaculty of Business and Management, Widyatama University, Indonesia 

Email: farida.nursyanti@widyatama.ac.id

The construction industry is often regarded specifically in developing economies, as an engine of economic growth. Analysis of the construction sector analysis therefore is imperative. This study examined share of construction sector in Indonesia’s GDP, to estimate linear trend model for Indonesia’s GDP by construction sector and to examine the relationship between GDP growth and growth of GDP by the construction sector in Indonesia. The data series used consists of tax revenue, domestic tax revenue, revenue and added value from 2005 to 2017. Data analysis included a descriptive analysis and a linear trend model analysis. The annual data series in Indonesia's construction sector, growth and GDP are obtained from the publications of Bank Indonesia and BPS-Statistics Indonesia. Data analysis included a descriptive analysis, a linear trend model analysis and correlation analysis.  The results suggest that a linear trend model can be used to forecast Indonesia's GDP by construction sector. GDP growth rate from the data obtained is 5.38 percent per year, while GDP growth in the construction sector is 6.81 percent higher per year. The construction sector's GDP-to-GDP ratio increased by 6.12% per year. The linear trend model indicated that the average annual increase in Indonesia’s GDP by construction sector is IDR 8318,567 IDR billion. In the model it can be explained that 98.2% of the variance in Indonesia’s GDP by construction sector can be explained by the variance in time variable. The results of this study also showed a strong positive correlation between Indonesia's GDP growth and construction industry GDP development as demonstrated by a correlation coefficient. Pages 307 to 316




Different Kinds of Modern Techniques to Develop Various Information Systems

Feri Suliantaa, Heri Heryonob, Ulil Surtia Zulpratitac, Sy.Yulianid, Ai Rositae, Eka Angga Laksanaf, a,b,c,d,e,fUniversity of Widyatama, Bandung, Indonesia, 

Email: feri.sulianta@widyatama.ac.idheri.heryono@widyatama.ac.id,   ulil.zulpratita@widyatama.ac.id,   sy.yuliani@widyatama.ac.id,   ai.rosita@widyatama.ac.id,   eka.angga@widyatama.ac.id

Basically, information system design is fundamental to the long-term sustainability of information systems. Information system architecture is a reference in developing and building new information systems if the current system is no longer able to support the activities of an organization or company. There are various information system development methods and there are various information systems architecture models. The choice of using methods and models must be carefully considered so that the information system created is right on target. A variety of techniques will be introduced to enrich knowledge in choosing development methods and architectural models that suit the needs of the organization. Pages 317 to 332




Digital Content Model to Promote Literacy in Society Version 5.0 Using the Social Study Education Perspective

Feri Suliantaa, Sapriyab, Nana Supriatnac, Dismand, aStudy Program of Social Studies Education School of Postgraduate Studies Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Department of Informatics Engineering. Widyatama University Bandung,Indonesia, bThe Department of Civic Education Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Bandung,Indonesia, cThe  Department of  Social  Studies Education Universitas  Pendidikan  Indonesia Bandung,Indonesia, dThe Departement of Economics Education Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Bandung,Indonesia, 

Email: ferisulianta@upi.eduferi.sulianta@widyatama.ac.idsapriya@upi.edunanasup@upi.edudisman@upi.edu,

Society today needs high quality information, especially in the  era of industrial age version 4.0. The information on the internet is not all correct and useful and there are hoaxes, information that has no reliable sources, etc. The public does not know the rules of digital content writing that have value, are beneficial to society and do not violate intellectual property rights, this is because there is no digital content model that can be used as a reference in making digital content. While media literacy has a big role in educating the public in accessing information and also in making and distributing information if we are using references from literacy, we need a model that can be used as a reference in creating digital content so that useful information can be created which is an information medium choice. The digital content model is made referring to the social studies education perspective whose purpose is to create a quality society, useful for itself, the environment, society and the state, including for global society in the industrial era version 4.0 and is intended to become a factor to prepare the community to welcome society version 5.0. Six components are used as a chart of digital content model standards: Social Studies Education Theme Topics, Knowledge, Writing Procedures, Digital Media, Search Engine Optomization Technique and Copyright. Pages 333 to 348



Local Wisdom in Kampung Naga Tasikmalaya

Endang Komaraa, Saeful Rahmanb, aSTKIP Pasundan Indonesia, bSenior High School UPI Bandung, Indonesia, Email: aendang_komara@yahoo.co.id,  bsaefulrahman1974@gmail.com

The diversity of Indonesia in terms of ethnicity, tribe, and culture or others should result in original contributions. At the same time, the originality also needs to have a great norm that can be the main source of inspiration and a way of life. Educational values, local wisdom, norm, and rules in Kampung Naga has a relationship with cultural heritage. The objective of the study is, first, how the local wisdom is used in daily life in Kampung Naga community and kept safe. Second, to analyse how the educational values can be explored continually, and lastly, how the local wisdom can continue and be passed onto the next generation of the Kampung Naga Society. The  qualitative technique approach is applied by collecting observation data, dept interviews, and documentation. The results show that, first, the local wisdom is transferred and passing from generations to generations through the family unit and local community. Daily behaviour and attitude, fashion, manner, cooking, domestic activities, and paddy rice field culture are transmitted through a member of the family or household. The adat leaders, the elders, and the local ulama are not involved in these matters. Meanwhile, community rituals, forest usage and its taboo, cultivation at forest area, as well as housing construction are transmitted through the community sphere in particular, through adat leaders, the elders, and the local ulama. The second result is that educative values and local wisdom are transferred by natural daily activities from their parents at home and by ceremonial events, in Kampung Naga.  Pages 349 to 364

Issues and Challenges in the Formation of Future Teacher Reflexive Culture in Kazakhstan

Turgunbayeva Botagula, Belegova Aliyab, Bulakbayeva Meiramgulc, Makulova Laurad, Sagimbayeva Ainure, a,b,c,d,eKazakh National pedagogical university named after Abay, Email: zhanat_2006@mail.ru

Reflexive culture has become increasingly recognized as a means of developing both knowledge and competency ability. Drawing on further educational practices at the Kazakh Academy Of Sport And Tourism (KazAST), this paper analyzes issues that encourage the integration of future teacher reflexive culture (RC) enhancement, presents various content-based approaches including those that have been developed at the KazAST, and examines the decision-making process of future teacher reflexive culture enhancement for a particular educational setting. The aim of this research was to enhance future teacher reflexive culture especially in teachers of physical training; further, identify what are the main aspects for the formation of a teacher's reflective culture, and show the way of its development. This study recommends theorizing and establishing reflexivity as a learning method. The future teacher needs to connect diverse thoughts about reflexivity and attempt to create an understanding of effective practices to cultivating a space of reflection for students and to devise effective ways and methodologies to foster reflexive thought among student learners. Pages 365 to 381

Development of Law on Housing Collateral in Indonesia

Joseph Andy Hartantoa*, Sulaksonob, aDepartment of Law, Universitas Narotama, Jl. Arif Rahman Hakim No.51, Sukolilo,  Surabaya, 60117, Indonesia, bDepartment of Law, Universitas Universitas Dr. Soetomo, Jl. Semolowaru No. 84, Menur Pumpungan, Sukolilo, Surabaya, 60118, Indonesia, Email: a*j.andyhartanto@gmail.com

The development of law on housing collateral in Indonesia forms a key contention with many studies lacking sufficient information on its viability. This study focused on various legal principles, regulations, and articles relating to loan security using housing as collateral. The study design took into account the analysis of secondary data, with the normative research perspective forming the basis for the selection of references. The findings revealed that the majority of studies on topics such as the civil code, the housing flat law, mortgage right, fiduciary guarantee, and housing and settlement regulations offer multifaceted perspectives for understanding the use of collateral in credit acquisition. Despite the strong support, the mortgage right fails to admit housing sufficiently as collateral. The question of guaranteeing a loan with housing as collateral raises the question of issuance of title deed on fiduciary terms. This implies that the housing and the land would act as collateral. Based on the findings, a conclusion can be made that housing flats cannot act as collateral to secure a loan. The Indonesian government should enact policies that will lower the requirements for loan issuance. The citizens should also be encouraged to seeking freehold titles to minimize communal land ownership. Pages 382 to 400