International Journal of Social Science, Educational, Economics, Agriculture Research and Technology http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset <p><strong>International Journal of Social Science, Educational, Economics, Agriculture Research and Technology (IJSET)</strong> is an international journal that publishes popular articles in the fields of Social Science, Education, Economics, Agricultural Research, and Technology.</p> <p><strong>IJSET</strong> is published every month in order to help researchers publish their research results <strong>quickly</strong>.</p> <p>The advantages of <strong>IJSET</strong> include: international indexing, fast review and publication processes, and affordable costs.</p> en-US admin@ijset.org (Irada Sinta) admin@ijset.org (Admin IJSET) Mon, 01 May 2023 14:55:03 +0000 OJS 3.3.0.8 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 THE INFLUENCE OF LEARNING FACILITIES ON SOCIAL SCIENCE LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/161 <p>This study aims to describe the effect of learning media on social science learning achievement in elementary schools. The purpose of managing educational facilities and infrastructure is to regulate and maintain educational facilities and infrastructure so that they can provide the best and meaningful contribution to the educational process, especially in the learning of Social Sciences (IPS). This research was conducted at Parang 5 Magetan Public Elementary School, East Java Province. The research uses qualitative research methods with data collectors such as document analysis, literature studies, interviews and observations. The results showed that inadequate facilities and infrastructure also occurred at SDN Parang 5, Magetan Regency, East Java Province, not a problem with access to difficult places, but seen from the condition of the school which only had 6 classrooms, no laboratory space (0), only 1 library room, 0 practice room, 0 leadership room, 0 administration room, 0 counseling room, 0 student council room and 0 prayer room. With the data on infrastructure facilities, it greatly influences social science learning achievement which is still low achievements and resulted in the accreditation of SDN Parang 5 is B.</p> Marsini Copyright (c) 2023 Marsini https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/161 Tue, 02 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF HARVEST LABOR ON PALM OIL PRODUCTION IN PT. AGRO SYNERGY NUSANTARA‚ÄďACEH http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/166 <p>In the oil palm plantation business, harvesting labor is one of the key factors in the company's success in obtaining maximum production. This research was conducted to determine the effect of harvesting labor on oil palm FFB production. The results analyzed by multiple linear regression showed that the variables age, recent education, work experience, land conditions, harvest premiums, foreman attention, and road conditions had a positive effect on the FFB production of harvest labor. However, the variable family dependents and the distance between the house and the garden have a negative effect. Partially only the variables of age and work experience have a significant effect on the FFB production of harvest labor, but simultaneously all variables have a significant effect. Therefore, to increase the company's FFB production, in terms of harvesting workforce, companies need to pay attention to and maintain harvesting labor as an operational factor by increasing worker capacity.</p> Riyand Hadirijal N, Aswin Nasution Copyright (c) 2023 Riyand Hadirijal N, Aswin Nasution https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/166 Sun, 21 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 THE EFFECT OF HARVEST PREMIUMS ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AND JOB SATISFACTION OF OIL PALM HARVEST EMPLOYESS AT PT. SOCFINDO SEUNAGAN http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/164 <p>Employee harvest premiums are one approach for oil palm enterprises to boost production. Premiums are believed to strengthen human resources and motivate workers. The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of harvest premiums on the performance and work satisfaction of harvest personnel at the research location. This study was carried out at PT Socpindo Seunagan in Nagan Raya Regency. The research site was chosen on purpose, and the sampling strategy used in this study was proportional stratified random sampling, with 38 samples drawn from each afdeling. According to the study's findings, the harvest premium has a meaningful impact on performance (work quantity, work quality, and work attendance) and employee job satisfaction at PT Socpindo Seunagan.</p> Keumala Fadhiela ND, Vidia Wirma Putri Copyright (c) 2023 Keumala Fadhiela ND, Vidia Wirma Putri https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/164 Sun, 21 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 EFFECTIVITY OF DOLOMITE ADSORBENT IN PURIFICATION OF Mn AND Cu FROM ACID MINE DRAINAGE http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/162 <p><em>The mining industry raises many environmental problems in the ecosystem, one of which is the emergence of acid mine drainage. Because of this issue, this study was conducted to see the performance of dolomite adsorbents in purifying acid mine drainage at iron ore mining in Aceh Besar, Indonesia. The adsorption of Cu<sup>2+</sup> metal ions using dolomite adsorbents has the best equilibrium result at a contact time of 15 minutes, the efficiency at equilibrium reaches 92.97%, and the absorption capacity reaches 9.07 mg/g at an initial measured concentration of 19.5 mg/L with an adsorbent weight of 0.2 gr. On the other hand, Mn<sup>2+</sup> has the best equilibrium in 30 minutes with an efficiency of 95.17% and an adsorption capacity of 0.92 mg/g at a measured concentration of 5.8 mg/L and an adsorbent weight of 0.6 gr. The obtained kinetic model is a pseudo second order</em><em>.</em></p> Akhyar, Hesti Meilina, Fauzi Djuned, Sri Mulyati, Abrar Muslim Copyright (c) 2023 Akhyar, Hesti Meilina, Fauzi Djuned, Sri Mulyati, Abrar Muslim https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/162 Sun, 07 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 ANALYSIS OF FARMERS' INCOME AFFECTED ATTACKS OF PLANT DISTURB ORGANISMS IN SUSOH DISTRICT SOUTHWEST ACEH DISTRICT http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/165 <p>Paddy field in Susoh District, Southwest Aceh Regency are very vulnerable to the impacts of climate change such as drought and floods which have caused the intensity of attacks by Paddy field Pest Organisms (OPT) decreased as it had in the previous growing season. Some farmers make mitigation efforts by spraying pesticides according to the recommendations of the local Plant Pest Organism Observer (POPT), but some other farmers do not carry out mitigation due to considerations of production costs that are quite large and ultimately affect the total revenue and income of farmers. This study aims to look at the differences in total production and average income between farmers who mitigate and farmers who do not mitigate pest attacks. The sample was divided into two categories, each category was taken by 28 farmer respondents randomly. The results of the independent test sample t-test on production obtained t-count (4.056) greater than t-table () while for income obtained t-count (4.056) greater than t-table (2.46) indicating there is a difference in production and average income between mitigating and non-mitigating farmers. Total GKP production obtained by mitigating farmers was an average of 2.608 tons and farmers who did not mitigate an average of 2.011 tons. The average income of farmers who mitigate pest attacks is IDR 4,821,834.79 per 0.4 hectare or IDR 12,054,600 per hectare, while farmers who do not mitigate pest attacks are IDR 2,888,103.86 per 0.4 hectare or IDR 7,220,260 per hectare per planting season.</p> Sufriadi, Yossi Mardhiah, Aswin Nasution, Hasan Husein Copyright (c) 2023 Sufriadi, Yossi Mardhiah, Aswin Nasution, Hasan Husein https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/165 Sun, 21 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, SELF-EFFICIENCY AND JOB SATISFACTION ON WORK MOTIVATION (Study on Workers from Eastern Indonesia Working in North Aceh) http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/163 <p>This study aims to analyze the influence of organizational culture, self-efficacy and job satisfaction on work motivation of workers from eastern Indonesia who work in North Aceh. The research method used is descriptive qualitative research method. The research data was obtained through questionnaires which were distributed to the respondents. The results showed that organizational culture, self-efficacy and job satisfaction had a positive and significant effect on the work motivation of workers from Eastern Indonesia who worked in North Aceh.</p> Weki, Yanita, Azhar, Sullaida Copyright (c) 2023 Weki, Yanita, Azhar, Sullaida https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijset.org/index.php/ijset/article/view/163 Sun, 07 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000