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Commitment is a very important term for all organizations. Especially teacher’s commitment is related with their self-effort to the quality of the education service. Most of the commitment research use Allen & Meyer scale. In Allen Meyer scale, commitment is defined with three dimensions: emotional commitment, normative commitment and continuance commitment. For this research continuance commitment will be focused to understand the relationship between employee’s financial (credit loan and possession status) situation and their organizational commitment. It is assumed that especially financial burdens are the driver for continuance commitment. So from this view, it is questioned, if continuance is a kind of commitment or obligation. Main research problem of this current study is to clarify teacher’s continuance commitment and it’s relation with financial dependency for public workers. Sample of the study is working teachers at public schools in Turkey. 240 of those teachers were comple
This research concerns the poor service quality of subsidized fossil fuel in Indonesia that has not yet met public expectations. On the other hand, the spirit of good governance requires the involvement of third party actors (non government) to respond to public issues. To address this requirement, good governance should be promoted in all development aspects, including subsidized fossil fuel services run by Badan Pengatur Hilir Minyak dan Gas Bumi - the State Downstream Oil and Gas Regulator (BPH Migas). This research aims to analyze the effect of BPH Migas leadership, coordination and supervision and public participation on the service quality of subsidized diesel fuel in North Jakarta. Samples were collected from 300 respondents using the proportionate stratified random sampling method. This research used quantitative method, data were collected using Likert scale questionnaire, literature research, document analysis and observations. The collected data were analyzed using validity,
MGPSSR is a clan organization based on kinship and lineage. It comprises individuals and families of the descendants of the Sapta Rsi, seven venerated sages in ancient Bali. Initially, it was established to plan and supervise the construction and renovation of temples related to the seven sages. It was established in 1952 and enters its 61 years this year. One interesting phenomenon about the organization is its ability to carry out its missions for years without suffering any problem related to its financial accountability. The purpose of this research is finding out and understanding the accountability practices of this organization. The research used the ethnomethodology approach, which focused on methods and ways the MGPSSR carries out its accountability practices. Data were acquired through interviews, archival and documentation study, as well as observation. The interview was carried out with the organization’s executives and members, and members of the general public.
This study had prepared mixed of 75/25 gelatin/alginate yarn used as suture biomaterials. The raw materials were commercial gelatin powder of 250 Bloom gel strength and sodium alginate extracted from brown seaweed of Sargassum species. Process was done by wet spinning using spinnerets size 2000 μ. Solution consist of a mix gelatin and alginate on the viscosity of 3000 cps and pH 7, made by wet spinning method and coagulated in CaCl2 solution and alcohol to produce yarn which is used as surgical sutures.
The present paper focuses on effectiveness of the Higher Education System in the research domain of Sri Lanka as a unit of analysis. The aim of this research paper is to explain and elaborate the system of Higher Education prevailed in the Island since its inception and how the colonial objectives have transformed to social demands and economic changes prevailed in Sri Lanka and how far Sri Lanka has succeeded to modernize the Higher Education policy with the aim of enhancing the efficiency of the system to fit into the globalized trend. Finally the research will serve as a base for the policy makers for possible changes at the appropriate stages to be addressed or adopted.
eLearning is a method of delivering education via electronic means. Timely it is online learning as education or learning happens via world wide web. Effectiveness in eLearning with reference to the learner is whether he/she could meet the learning goals while learning online. In this research it has tried to identify the meaning of learning effectiveness with regard to users’ perspective and the factors affecting the effectiveness of eLearning.
Problems encountered in the development of herbal medicine industry is that most of the raw materials (80%) came from the forest or natural habitats and the rest (20%) of the results of traditional cultivation. Provision of raw materials still rely on the natural occurrence of genetic erosion has resulted in some important medicinal plants such as ginger, turmeric, temulawak, and kencur. This research was conducted in the District of Karanganyar, Central Java. The research is focused to improve cultivation techniques of temulawak plants (Curcuma xanthorrhiza Roxb.) by using various types of organic manure (chicken, goat, and cow) combined with various dose levels of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) application. The purpose of this research is to gain a steady cultivation technology through the use of organic nutrients and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi so as to increase the production of temulawak plants. http://www.scirj.org/rp/items/show/79
The research work was conducted on the evaluation of antibacterial, cytotoxic and antioxidant activities of the methanolic extracts of leaf and bark of Madhuca indica (Family- Sapotaceae). Disc diffusion technique was used for in vitro antibacterial screening using kanamycin as standard. Zone of inhibition was observed in disc diffusion against four gram-positive and eight gram-negative pathogenic bacteria. The leaf and bark extracts showed average zone of inhibition ranged from 7-10 mm. Maximum zone of inhibition was observed 10 mm against Bacillus megaterium, Salmonella paratyphi, Vibrio parahemolyticus for barks and Vibrio mimicus for leaves. The cytotoxic activities of crude extracts were determined using Brine shrimp lethality using Vincristine sulfate as standard with LC50 of 8.84µg/ml hence the crude extracts of leaves and barks showed significant cytotoxicity with LC50 of 17.09µg/ml and 45.96 µg/ml respectively. http://www.scirj.org/rp/items/show/71
1888 Press Release - E3 continues its expansion with the appointment of Dr. Michael Green to Chief Technology Officer and the opening of its research and development center in California. Water remediation and recovery technologies will be the key focus of this R&D.