TIME PRESSURE AND FRAMING BUDGET INFORMATION IN DECISION MAKING

Sukirman, Anna Sutrisna., Rastina Achmad and Dedy Abidin Syamsinar

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This study aims to examine the effect of time pressure, budget information framing, responsibility and intrinsic motivation in making investment decisions with group-shifting as moderation in regional companies. This study examines three conditions and time pressures that might influence whether a group’s decision tends to take risk or avoid risk: (1) preparation of alternative decisions, (2) level of responsibility for decisions related to previous investments, and (3) rewards given for the success of certain projects. This study uses experimental studies, i.e. experimental designs in 2 x 2 subjects by providing scenarios in decision making. Participants in this study were 20 regional company employees working in regional companies. Before conducting experiments on real participants, it is necessary to test the validity and reliability of research experiment instruments through trials towards accounting students who already have work experience on the experimental instruments used in this study. The analytical tools used to test hypotheses are paired sample t-tests and MANOVA. The results show that there is a significant influence of decision making taken differently when information is framed positively or negatively especially under conditions of time pressure and when rewards are given for the success of projects carried out by regional companies

 

Keywords: time pressure framing, information, intrinsic and group-shifts

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COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS OF COASTAL TOURISM (PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF TOURISM IN LENGGOKSONO BEACH IN PURWODADI VILLAGE, TIRTOYUDO SUB-DISTRICT, MALANG REGENCY)

Made Arya Wedanthara., Bonaventura., and Sri Hartini Jatmikowati

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In sociological perspective, coastal tourism exploration is social phenomena. Essentially, society is heterogeneous because individuals who gather in a community have their own character. Starting from that assumption, every change that occurs in the community will lead to various perceptions. Based on this assumption, the researcher wants to describe and analyze the public perception of coastal tourism exploration in Purwodadi, Tirtoyudo, Malang, as well as to describe and analyze factors behind the formation of public perception of coastal tourism exploration in Tirtoyudo, Malang. The data analysis technique is qualitative analysis that is suggested by Miles and Huberman. The source of data is taken from the government and the community of Tirtoyudo that varies in socio-economic status and profession: (a) Head of Village/Lurah and the device; (b) traders, farmers, fishermen, private employees, housewives; (c) headmasters as well as teachers, students, drivers and registrars. This research was conducted in Purwodadi, Tirtoyudo, Malang. The location of this research was determined purposively, considering the uniqueness of Tirtoyudo compared to other sub-districts in Malang. The uniqueness includes (1) the geographical location of Tirtoyudo is in the southern suburb of Malang; (2) the influence of the community environment which is still traditional, agrarian, and maritime; (3) the high heterogeneity between the life of farmers, traders, fishermen, teachers, and drivers. The result of this study shows that according to the whole level of community of Tirtuyodo including farmers, fishermen, driver, housewives, and artists has an opinion to develop Bowele beach. Meanwhile, the public opinion on the development of Bowle beach is that the road access should be improved first before focusing on the target of becoming a national tourism destination. The community’s assessment related to the development of the coastal tourism is the development of tourism can have as positive impact towards the economy of the people because it creates new jobs and increases income.

 

Keywords: coastal tourism development, public perception, community environment

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APPOINTMENT OF HEAD OF SUB DISTRICT BASED ON GOVERNMENT REGULATION NUMBER 17 OF 2018 CONCERNING DISTRICTS IN CENTRAL LOMBOK REGENCY

Mujahidin

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This research is motivated by Law Number 23 Year 2014 concerning Regional Government, especially article 224 paragraph (2) which states that the Regent / mayor must appoint a sub-district head from a civil servant who has mastered the technical knowledge of the government and fulfills staffing requirements in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Then followed up with the birth of Government Regulation Number 18 of 2018 concerning Regional Device Organizations. In it regulates the District and the issuance of Government Regulation Number 17 of 2018 concerning Sub-Districts in Central Lombok Regency specifically the article concerning the appointment requirements of the Sub-District Head. The research conducted aims to find out and analyze the implementation of Head of District Appointment based on Law No. Article 224 of Government Regulation Number 23 Year 2014 and Government Regulation Number 17 Year 2018 concerning Sub-Districts, and constraints faced in implementing or implementing the mandate of these Laws and Government Regulations. The results of the study show that the Implementation of Head of Sub-District Appointment based on Law No. Article 224 and Government Regulation Number 17 Year 2018 concerning Districts, and the obstacles faced in implementing or implementing the mandate of the Law and Government Regulations cannot be applied optimally in the Central Lombok Regency Government. In education there are still many sub-district heads who lead not in governmental technical education. This is due to the political influence of the district government in running the wheels of government. Especially after the regional head election or regent who carried out directly the political influence of Civil Servants is very thick; it is inevitable also for the State Civil Apparatus who occupies the position of Sub-District Head. For sub-district head who are not from the Government of Science Education background, they must take part in the professional education and training program held by the Ministry of Home Affairs, which is the Institute of Education of the Domestic Government Institute. However, up to this writing, the sub-district heads who are not governed by knowledge education have not yet been given professional education and training services. So, it can be concluded Law No. 23 of 2014 Article 224 and Government Regulation Number 17 of 2018 concerning Sub-District implementation in the field is not in accordance with the provisions.

 

Keywords: implementation, sub-district head, sub-district

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IMPACT OF SCHOOL HEADERS AS A DETERMINATION OF POLICY ON ADIWIYATA SCHOOL SUSTAINABILITY (Study of National Adiwiyata Winning School Jombang Regency)

Hamidi, Faris., Hakim, A., Leksono, A. S., and Yanuwiadi, B.

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Factors arising from the spirit of teacher performance are influenced by a strong mental attitude of the teacher’s abilities and skills through the main components systemically, including input, process and input. Teacher performance also has to do with the Principal’s policy as well as the award given. Principals must be brave enough to make wise decisions in creating a creative, innovative and other organizational climate, so that school management will always be more conducive and effective in order to improve the quality of processional teachers and have academic positions in accordance with educational qualifications. taken. This study uses a correlational research design because it aims to test and analyze the relationship between the influence of school management and community participation on managerial competence and the sustainability of adiwiyata schools in the Jombang District Primary and Secondary Education Office. Based on the results of calculations using the PLS analysis approach, it was concluded that School Management in Adiwiyata schools in Jombang District had an influence on the Sustainability of the Adiwiyata School. Community participation around Adiwiyata school in Jombang Regency has an influence on the Sustainability of Adiwiyata School. The existence of community participation in an educational institution will be able to provide improvement and trust in the school to always improve to be better so that interest arises in environment-based schools to continue to innovate better. Managerial Competence in Adiwiyata School in Jombang Regency has no influence on the Sustainability of Adiwiyata School, so that in this case the leader or headmaster is the most important in managing school policies in order to be able to make the Adiwiyata school sustainable.

 

Keywords: School Education Management, Community Participation, Adiwiyata, Partial Least Square (PLS)

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RELEVANT PRINCIPLES USED AS THE BASIS FOR THE IMPOSITION OF DWANGSOM (FORCED MONEY) IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DECISION OF THE STATE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT

Fanila Kasmita Kusuma

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The legal principle is a basic norm that is described from positive law and which by law is not ascribed to the more general rules. The principle of general law is more about the deposition of positive law in a society meant in terms of imposition of Dwangsom (forced money) which is a form of forced effort in the implementation of the decision of the State Administrative Court. The formulation of the problem in this paper is first. What relevant principles are used as the basis for imposing Dwangsom (forced money) in implementing the Decision of the State Administrative Court, Second? Country. The method used in this paper is a normative legal research method. The results of the study are as follows: relevant principles in the imposition of Dwangsom (forced money), namely the principle of fixed execution, namely the execution of State Administrative decisions submitted to the Judiciary namely State Administrative Courts in terms of imposition of sanctions, dominus litis principle, namely that judges play an active role both in terms of evidence up to the implementation of State Administrative decisions, the principle of balance, namely the principle used to balance the position of the parties in terms of sanctions in accordance with the level of error, erga omnes principle, namely that the State Administrative court ruling applies to anyone. The role and function of the bailiff is as a supporting / executing institution so that the TUN verdict can be implemented. The recommendation of this study is that State Administrative Judges in terms of deciding cases must always pay attention to the principles relevant to the imposition of Dwangsom (forced money), the role and function of the bailiff need to be regulated in the provisions of further legislation, the government must immediately implement implementing regulations in the implementation of Dwangsom (forced money).

 

Keywords: principles, bailiffs, state administrative courts

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THE OTHER NOTARY’S AUTHORITY IN MAKING DEED ALSO MADE BY OTHER OFFICIALS

Moh. Manap, Lalu Husni, Wira Pria Suhartana

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Objectives to be achieved by the authors of this study are to analyze the forms and limitations of other authorities Notary in making deeds made also by other officials according to Law No. 2 of 2014 on the amendment of Law No. 30 of 2014 on the position of Notary (UUJN) and other regulations.

The research type used in this research is normative law research with statute approach method and conceptual approach. The results of the research The form of other notarial authority in making the deed is also made by other officials, in searching the researcher found among other things: making deed related to land, deed of recognition of child outside marriage (Article 281 BW), deed of news of negligence of officer of storage mortgages (Article 1227 BW), deed of the minutes of offering of cash payments and consignment (Articles 1405, 1406 BW), deed of protest money orders and checks (Articles 143 and 218 WvK), power of attorney impose mortgages (Article 15 paragraph [1] No. 4 of 1996), drawing up the deed of minutes of auction and the deed of Pledge of Waqf. While the limit of other notary authority in making deed there is no limit as long as it is not excluded to other official / institution and as long as there is norm or rule of law that allow then Notary has authority to make it.

 

Keywords:  other authority, notary public

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE DEED OF TRANSFER OF LAND OWNERSHIP THROUGH SALE AND PURCHASE BY HEAD OF DISTRICT AS PPAT MEANWHILE (STUDY IN WERA DISTRICT OF BIMA REGENCY)

Buslianto, Lalu Husni, Arba

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The purpose of this research is to know the implementation of the transfer of ownership of the land through the sale and purchase by the Head of District as PPAT Meanwhile, Factors affecting the execution of the deed of transfer of ownership of the land through the sale and purchase by Head of District as PPAT Temporary and the Implication of the transfer of rights ownership of land that does not use the Head of District Deed as a temporary PPAT.

The result of the research shows the implementation of the transfer of ownership of the land through the sale and purchase by Head of District as PPAT Meanwhile, it consists of three stages: preparation phase, stage of manufacture and signing of sale and purchase certificate by Head of District as PPAT Meanwhile, and registration stage. Factors influencing the execution of the deed of transfer of ownership rights of land through buying and selling by Head of District as PPAT Meanwhile, that is influenced by society factor, cultural factor and economic factor. The implications of the transfer of land ownership rights that do not use the Head of District Deed as a temporary PPAT, that agreement remains valid as long as they meet the requirements and elements in Article 1320, Article 1337 and Article 1338 Paragraph (3) of the Civil Code, but the deed is handed (Partij Deed ) can not be used for registration of right transfer rights at the National Land Agency Office because it is hindered by Article 37 paragraph (1) and Article 45 paragraph (1) letter (b) of Government Regulation Number 24 of 1997 concerning Land Registration.

 

Keywords:  effectiveness, deed of transition, sale and purchase, interim PPAT

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AUTHORITY OF LABOR INSPECTION FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WITH WORK AGREEMENT (PPPK)

Muznah Hamid

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There is a problem in terms of legal protection for honorary workers working in government agencies. But with the enactment of Law No. 5 of 2014 on State Civil Apparatus, the existence of honorary staff is then removed. The term honorary staff is no longer in the ASN Act and is replaced by a Government Employees with Work Agreement (PPPK). However, honorary staff cannot automatically become Government Employees with the Employment Agreement. The PPPK works under a working agreement with the State Apparatus, whose work agreement can be extended as required. There are legal issues concerning Labor Inspection and the enforcement of legal protection for PPPK as it was before for honorary workers. Therefore, it is necessary to clarify the position of “State Apparatus” as “Procuring Entity” in the applicable laws and regulations as well as the authority over the supervision of their employment. The COPC is entitled to legal protection without discrimination.

 

Keywords: supervision, government employee, work agreement

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JURIDICAL ANALYSIS ARTICLE 27 PARAGRAPH (1) OF LAW NUMBER 19 YEAR 2016 ABOUT AMENDMENT TO LAW NO. 11 OF 2008 ON ELECTRONIC INFORMATION AND TRANSACTIONS

Lalu Heru Sujamawardi

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This study discusses the application of Article 27 Paragraph (1) of Law Number 19 Year 2016 concerning the amendment to Law 11 Year2008 on Information and Electronic Transaction and criminal liability of perpetrator of moral crime Article 27 Paragraph (1) of Law Number 19 Year 2006 on the amendment to Law 11 Year 2007 on Electronic Information and Transactions. The type of research used is normative legal research. The approach used is the statutory approach (statute approach, the concept approach (statute approach), the Analytical Approach and the Case Approach so that the research results can be drawn that the application of Article 27 Paragraph (1) of the Law Number 11 of the Year 2007 concerning Electronic Information and Transactions in law enforcement practice in the Mataram Police area always see the act of the perpetrator has fulfilled the elements contained in Article 27 Paragraph (1) Law Number 11 Year 2008 on Electronic Information and Transactions or not based on the information of examination result and sufficient evidences and criminal responsibility of perpetrator of moral crime Article 27 Paragraph (1) Law Number 11 Year 2008 concerning Electronic Information and Transactions may be imposed either in his capacity as an individual person or as a corporation with imprisonment and / or fines.

 

Keywords: juridical analysis, article 27 (1), electronic information and transactions

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LEGAL STATUS OF DEED OF MARRIAGE AGREEMENT AFTER MARRIAGE (STUDY OF CONSTITUTIONAL COURT DECISION NUMBER 69 / PUU-XIII / 2015)

Nesy Nofianti, Djumardin, H. M. Galang Asmara

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This study aims to examine and analyze the legal status of marriage certificate deeds established after marriage and legal protection for spouses and third parties in the event of a dispute related to a marriage agreement established after marriage. This research is a normative legal research using legislation approach, concept approach method and case approach method. The result of this research is that the legal status of the marriage agreement deed made before Notary is stronger than the marriage agreement made by the parties under the hand because it is an authentic deed made by the authorized official. The marriage agreement made before a Notary is a form of preventive and repressive legal protection for married couples and third parties as it can be used as the strongest and most complete written evidence.

 

Keywords: legal status, deed of marriage agreement, marriage

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