https://journal.alhikam.net/index.php/jrm/issue/feed Journal of Research and Multidisciplinary 2022-10-23T12:41:00+00:00 Badruddin Kaddas community93@yahoo.com Open Journal Systems <p><img src="/public/site/images/admin/sampuljournalnew_copy1.jpg"></p> <p>Journal of Research and Multidisciplinary (jrm), an international journal published by&nbsp;Lembaga&nbsp;Sembilan&nbsp;Tiga&nbsp;Community, is a journal that covers the study of research results and studies from various disciplines. This journal will be a publication for scholars to enrich studies published in&nbsp;journals. Jrm&nbsp;presents quality scientific articles with attention to the format, style, and&nbsp;academic quality. Articles in this publication can be written in&nbsp;English. Journal of Research and Multidisciplinary, published twice a year in the&nbsp;online and print version. This journal&nbsp;serves as a learning medium for research development and studies from various disciplines. This media will be a means of exchanging research findings and scientific study ideas.&nbsp;Jrm his a single-blind, peer-reviewed, open access journal.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> https://journal.alhikam.net/index.php/jrm/article/view/67 Application of path modelling to identify causal relationships of in vitro production of sesquiterpenes in Gyrinops walla Gaetner 2022-10-23T12:38:38+00:00 Sachithri Munasinghe sachujd@gmail.com S Somaratne somaratne@gmail.com S.R. Weerakoon weerakoon@gmail.com C. Ranasinghe ranasinghe@gmail.com <p>The recent recovery of <em>Gyrinops walla</em> as a potential producer of market-quality agarwood in mature damaged woods and branches, the intense illicit felling and exportation walla leading to the verge of extinction from Sri Lankan flora. The sustainable utilization of <em>G. walla</em> undoubtedly enhances the foreign exchange of the country by tissue culture-based techniques for the sustainable exploitation and conservation of the vulnerable <em>G. walla</em> species. Partial Least Square Structural Equation Model (PLS-SEM) was developed to elucidate the causal relationships between the latent variables; the cultured materials (CULTM), type of elicitation (ELI), concentration/intensities of the elicitors (CON), time of incubation (INCB) with the occurrence of sesquiterpenes (SES). The path coefficients of the PLS-SEM model showed direct effects of CULTM -&gt; SES (β = -0.509, t = 6.468, p &lt; 0.05) (hypothesis - H3), INCB -&gt; SES (β = 0.421, t = 5.037, p &lt; 0.05) (hypothesis - H1) and ELI + CON -&gt; SES (β = -0.282, t = 5.792, p &lt; 0.05) (hypothesis-H6) on induction of the production of sesquiterpenes. The PLS-SEM model developed the study proved the applicability in exploring the causal relationships between the deterministic factors that effect on artificial elicitation in the production of sesquiterpenes.</p> 2022-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.alhikam.net/index.php/jrm/article/view/64 Belief and private religious practice as religious life commitment of an individual 2022-10-23T12:39:40+00:00 Panmei Peter goodbros59@gmail.com Thiyam Rabikanta Singh, Dr Resumelatest20@gmail.com <p>The present article study and explore on Rongmei tribe of Manipur. Particularly, it has chosen on Noney (Longmai) area, which is inhabited by Rongmei people. All the villagers are committed and worship to God as Baptist is the major denomination. So these make a commitment of an individual. The findings suggest that commitment of a male individual is religious life for them which will relate to belief and private religious practice. The method analyse here in this paper is linear regression and reliability scale. These include model summary, ANOVA, Residual statistics in linear regression and item statistics in scale reliability. Belief and private religious practice will be commitment of an individual when R square change, F change, sig. F change, mean square, F, sig, standard deviation, Range, maximum/minimum, variance is less than alpha value (0.05) or near to zero (1). This relation to alpha value will support to religious life commitment through belief and private religious practice. The questionnaires refer to BMMRS multidimensionality develops by Fetzer Institute (1999).</p> 2022-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.alhikam.net/index.php/jrm/article/view/68 The Accountability of Public Services during Covid-19 Pandemic in Bone Regency, South Sulawesi Province 2022-10-23T12:40:06+00:00 Murtir Jeddawi murtirjeddawi15@gmail.com Riana Riana rianibakri62@gmail.com Andi Sutra Rimba rimbakademik@gmail.com Jamaruddin Suro jamaruddinsuro@yahoo.co.id <p>This study discusses the accountability of public services during the&nbsp;Covid-19 pandemic at the&nbsp;Tanete Riattang&nbsp;district office, Bone Regency, South Sulawesi Province. The objectives of this research are, first, to find out the types of licensing and non-licensing administrative services needed by the community, and second objective is how the accountability of public service procedures during the Covid-19 pandemic. the method used was a qualitative method with a case study approach, where data collection techniques are through interviews, documentation, and observations. The informants are the district head, the district secretary, the head of the public service section, the head of the public orderliness and peace section and the staff of the&nbsp;Tanete Riattang district. &nbsp;The results of the research showed that licensing and non-licensing administrative services during the covid-19 pandemic are going well. The community was obliged to comply with health protocols, even though the number's services were increasing compared to before covid-19. The service system used Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) without service fees and employees apply moral values, namely "<em>Pattugengkengngi Atimmu Ri Gau Madecengnge” </em>(stick your heart towards goodness) in providing services to the community.</p> 2022-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.alhikam.net/index.php/jrm/article/view/57 Infectious Disease Behaviour Resulting In a Public Health Catastrophe 2022-10-23T12:40:49+00:00 Bruce Masonova SOLOZAFY BEMENA Bruce brucebemena@gmail.com , André TOTOHASINA andre.totohasina@gmail.com , André TOTOHASINA andre.totohasina@gmail.com FENO Daniel Rajaonasy fenodaniel2@yahoo.fr <p>In epidemiology, the search for new behavior of infectious agents, processes, and<br>mechanisms of diffusion of infection of emerging infectious diseases caused by global warming<br>has already led to tangible results. This paper proposes a dynamic endemic model Susceptible,<br>Exposed, Precontaged, Infected, Retired, Susceptible (SEPIRS). This model is specialized in epidemics that persist for a long time and in cases where the infection spreads directly: first between<br>pre-contagious individuals (asymptomatic) and susceptible individuals, second between infectious<br>individuals (symptomatic) and susceptible individuals. This model characterizes the individual recovering from infection to develop a temporary immunity and then become susceptible again<br>after some time.</p> 2022-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.alhikam.net/index.php/jrm/article/view/69 The Implementation of Life Skill Education (Lse) Learning In Strengthening Character Education In Bone District 2022-10-23T12:41:00+00:00 Sarifa Suhra syarifah_suhra@yahoo.com <p>This paper aims to reveal the suitability of Life Skills Education learning with the 2013 curriculum which is able to strengthen the character education of students in schools designated by the local government as Unicef ​​piloting schools in Bone Regency. This research is located in SMP Negeri 2 Ajangale so it includes field research using a qualitative approach. The research instrument used an interview guide and google form. The results showed that; The formulation of Life Skills Education Learning Implementation that is Relevant to the 2013 Curriculum is based on six core curriculum components, namely, curriculum objectives, Program/Material Content and Structure, Learning media, methods, and evaluation. These characteristics include; the ability to self-regulate, be creative, and critically thinking, make decisions, negotiate, cooperate, solve problems, participate, able to manage stress and emotions, be resilient, able to survive, empathize with communication, and appreciate differences..</p> 2022-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##