http://www.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/issue/feed PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology 2020-12-01T08:43:15-05:00 Editor editor@palarch.nl Open Journal Systems <p>www.PalArch.nl accepts multidisciplinary papers with topics such as:<br /><strong><em>All Fields of Management, Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities </em></strong><br />Aerial archaeological survey, Archaeological techniques, theory etc., Education, Law, Economics, Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Architecture, Epigraphy, History of science, sociology, psychology, Morphology, Museology, Papyrology, Philology, Preparation/conservation, Religion, Underwater archaeology, English Literature, Mathematics</p> <p><img src="http://www.palarch.nl/public/site/images/admin/scimago.jpg" width="205" height="224" /></p> <p><img src="blob:http://www.palarch.nl/609da5b5-0d61-4a77-b6ae-bb504f949645" width="170" height="108" /></p> http://www.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1110 A STUDY OF THE PROBLEMS AND THE GUIDELINE FOR PROMOTING THE TOURISM BUSINESS OF BAN GANG WAH – GANG HAI VILLAGE, NAKHON THAI DISTRICT, PHITSANULOK, THAILAND 2020-12-01T08:19:21-05:00 Wuttichai Sahattecho hazeembhatti18@gmail.com Orawan Pairodwootthipong hazeembhatti18@gmail.com Jirapa Junbua hazeembhatti18@gmail.com Jonggol Phetsuk hazeembhatti18@gmail.com <p>This research project aims to study the problems and obstacles faced by the<br>tourism business of Ban Gang Hai, Nong Kathao Sub-district, Nakhon Thai District of<br>Phitsanulok Province; and to provide a guideline for promoting the tourism business<br>of Ban Gang Hai, Nong Kathao Sub-district, Nakhon Thai District of Phitsanulok<br>Province. The samples used for the study were Thai tourists who visited Phitsanulok<br>Province. The samples were selected using the Quota Sampling Method. The data<br>were analyzed using percentage, mean, and standard deviation. The statistics used<br>were T-test and One-way Anova. The result reveals the decision making of tourists<br>was influenced by the relationship between personal characteristics of tourists and<br>factors of problems and obstacles faced by the tourism business of Ban Gang Hai,<br>Nong Kathao Sub-district, Nakhon Thai District of Phitsanulok Province; namely,<br>destination’s characteristics, attractions, economy, security, and the promotion and<br>public relations; as follows. Gender didn’t cause a significant difference in the<br>problems and obstacles faced by the tourism business of Ban Gang Hai, in terms of<br>destination’s characteristics, attractions, economy, security, and the promotion and<br>public relations. Age caused a significant difference in the problems and obstacles<br>faced by the tourism business of Ban Gang Hai, in terms of security, with the level of<br>statistical significance of 0.05. On the other hand, Age didn’t cause a significant<br>difference in the problems and obstacles faced by the tourism business of Ban Gang <br><br>Hai, in terms of destination’s characteristics, attractions, economy, and the promotion<br>and public relations. Education caused a significant difference in the problems and<br>obstacles faced by the tourism business of Ban Gang Hai, in terms of security, with<br>the level of statistical significance of 0.05. On the other hand, education didn’t cause a<br>significant difference in the problems and obstacles faced by the tourism business of<br>Ban Gang Hai, in terms of destination’s characteristics, attractions, economy, and the<br>promotion and public relations.<br>The occupation caused a significant difference in the problems and obstacles<br>faced by the tourism business of Ban Gang Hai, in terms of destination’s<br>characteristics, economy, security, and the promotion and public relations, with the<br>level of statistical significance of 0.05. On the other hand, the occupation didn’t cause<br>a significant difference in the problems and obstacles faced by the tourism business of<br>Ban Gang Hai, in terms of attractions. Income caused a significant difference in the<br>problems and obstacles faced by the tourism business of Ban Gang Hai, in terms of<br>economy and security, with the level of statistical significance of 0.05. On the other<br>hand, income didn’t cause a significant difference in the problems and obstacles faced<br>by the tourism business of Ban Gang Hai, in terms of destination’s characteristics,<br>attractions, and the promotion and public relations. Marriage status caused a<br>significant difference in the problems and obstacles faced by the tourism business of<br>Ban Gang Hai, in terms of security and promotion and public relations, with the level<br>of statistical significance of 0.05. On the other hand, marriage status didn’t cause a<br>significant difference in the problems and obstacles faced by the tourism business of<br>Ban Gang Hai, in terms of destination’s characteristics, attractions, and economy. The<br>overall score of participants’ opinion toward these 5 factors of tourism was high.<br>Factors that had the highest influence over their decision making were age and<br>income; whereas the age of visitors had a moderate influence over their decision<br>making, followed by income.</p> 2020-11-29T00:00:00-05:00 Copyright (c) 2020 http://www.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1111 "INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM AT THE SAMARINDA OBSTETRICS ACADEMY" 2020-12-01T08:24:52-05:00 Evy Nurachma 1hjevynurachma@gmail.com LambangSubagiyo lambangsubagyo@fkip.unmul.ac.id Johansyah johansyah@fkip.unmul.ac.id Hasbi Sjamsir hasbisjamsir@fkip.unmul.ac.id <p>Implementation of Internal Quality assurance system at the Obstetrics Academy using<br>determination, implementation, evaluation, control, and Enhancement system which includes the<br>determination of implementation of control evaluation and improvement of Higher education<br>standard. Quality means customer satisfaction, thus, every part of the process in the organization<br>has customers, internal customer satisfaction will lead to customer satisfaction of the organization,<br>G.Yildiz(1999). Quality is a problem solving to achieve continuous improvement. Deming<br>(1986).Quality means conformance with use, such as shoes designed for exercise, Joseph<br>M.Juran91989)The purpose of this research is: 1) to describe Internal Quality assurance system<br>implementation 2) formulate Internal Quality assurance system Model 3) to describe the inhibitory<br>factor and Internal Quality assurance system solution at the Samarinda Obstetrics Academy. This<br>method of study uses a qualitative approach with type. Data collection techniques are conducted<br>through (1) in-depth interviews, (2) participant observation, (3) photographic, and (4)<br>documentation. Data were analyzed using the Miles and Huberman (1994) Research findings 1)<br>Internal Quality assurance system accordance is implemented in but not optimal with Minister of<br>education regulations No. 62 Year 2016Article 5 paragraph 1 according to standards stipulated by<br>Higher Education 2) model formulation Internal Quality assurance system determination, <br><br>implementation, evaluation, control and Enhancement Minister of education regulations number<br>44 the year 2015 about national Higher Education standard 3) The standard of management of<br>Operational standard procedure of external-internal quality Audit plan and achievement has not<br>been implemented in the form of follow-up documents must be made and implemented, standard<br>learning process, continuous improvement. Is needed to improve the academy quality</p> 2020-11-29T00:00:00-05:00 Copyright (c) 2020 http://www.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1112 THE INFLUENCE OF THE EXERCISE PROGRAMS ON THE BOY'S SELFCONCEPT 2020-12-01T08:28:43-05:00 Dao Chanh Thuc hazeembhatti18@gmail.com Nguyen Minh Cuong hazeembhatti18@gmail.com Ta Hoang Thien hazeembhatti18@gmail.com <p>This study is to investigate the effectiveness of an exercise program for children from 10 to 11 years<br>old. In this study, 30 subjects were divided into two groups of equal control and training. After<br>completing the procedure, the participants in the training group performed the gymnastics training<br>program for 12 weeks and the control group did nothing. Data collection tool is a demographic<br>questionnaire and a scale of self-concept Piers-Harris. Kolmogorov-Smirnov test is used to test the<br>normal distribution of samples. The research results show that in the training group, the size of the<br>concept of self and the general self concept of children before and after exercise instrument<br>increased significantly. The results also show that the size of happiness and satisfaction of children,<br>both in the control group and in the training group, is significantly different. The study, concluded<br>that a training program in the field of gymnastics training has significantly increased the level of<br>self-concept of children.</p> 2020-11-29T00:00:00-05:00 Copyright (c) 2020 http://www.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1113 RECRUITMENT IN THE ERA OF INDUSTRY 4.0: USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN RECRUITMENT AND ITS IMPACT 2020-12-01T08:31:37-05:00 Nidhi Oswal, nidhi.oswal@khawarizmi.com Majdi Khaleeli majdi.khaleeli@khawarizmi.com Ayman Alarmoti ayman.alarmoti@khawarizmi.com <p>With the fourth industrial revolution at its onset, a new tug of war has started between firms,<br>organizations, and industries that have started to compete in the labor market for the most suitable,<br>talented, and dynamic candidates in the era of technological advancements. Industrial revolution<br>4.0 components like big data, cloud computing, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have redesigned,<br>redefined, and automated various tasks of the HR manager especially in talent acquisition. The<br>purpose of the paper is to review the use of AI applications in the recruitment process. It also<br>explores the current usage of AI for the recruitment of high-performing candidates most efficiently<br>and effectively. It highlights various AI tools and applications being used by existing businesses<br>in the recruitment process. The paper will identify the impact of using AI and the benefits of digital<br>recruitment over traditional recruitment. The study is completely based on a literature review<br>analysis of many theoretical frameworks, conceptual papers, peer-reviewed journals, and websites. <br><br>The paper concludes that AI has the capabilities to enhance the quality of the recruitment process<br>by matching the most suitable candidates for the job specifications. It can improve the overall<br>quality of the recruitment process by deleting the lengthy and repetitive tasks done by HR during<br>the recruitment &amp; selection process. However, many jobs related to the administrative tasks of HR<br>will no longer exist and will be taken over by machines.</p> 2020-11-29T00:00:00-05:00 Copyright (c) 2020 http://www.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1114 IMPLEMENTATION OF GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE : LESSON FROM STATED OWNED ENTERPRISES IN INDONESIA 2020-12-01T08:37:04-05:00 R. Luki Karunia karunialuki@yahoo.com <p>Many oil and gas companies have not been efficient in managing general and operational<br>costs incurred. Good corporate governance (GCG) needs to be applied as one of the concept<br>for companies to be more efficient. One of the objectives of GCG implementation is to<br>improve the efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of an organization that can contribute<br>to the creation of the welfare shareholders, employees and other stakeholders and is an<br>effective solution in facing future organization challenges.<br>The purpose of this study was to analyze the influence of the principles of Good Corporate<br>Governance (GCG) consisting of transparency, accountability, responsibility towards the<br>performance of the company PT.PL as one of the biggest stated owned enterprises in<br>Indonesia. This study uses Partial Least Square (PLS) Smart analysis. PLS is a multivariate<br>analysis that is used to analyze relationships between variables in a complex manner under<br>100 sample. The population in this study were workers at PT.PL. Sampling using the<br>Purposive Sampling technique and obtained as many as 32 respondents<br>Based on the research, it was found that accountability and responsibility had positively<br>influenced on the company performance. The transparency had no effect on the company<br>performance because the implementation of GCG in Indonesia was generally stagnant.<br>According to this, we are expecting that stated owned enterprises top management could pay<br>more attention to GCG in Indonesia.</p> 2020-11-29T00:00:00-05:00 Copyright (c) 2020 http://www.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1115 THE USE OF UNIQUE BOUND MORPHEMES IN MALAY LANGUAGE OF MAKASSAR DIALECT 2020-12-01T08:39:22-05:00 Nurhayati Klemisubiyantoro@yahoo.com Munirah hazeembhatti18@gmail.com Muhammad Hasyim hazeembhatti18@gmail.com Kaharuddin hazeembhatti18@gmail.com <p>All languages have unique morphemes as distinguishing features from other languages. Unique<br>morpheme is a morpheme with typical features divergent from other morphemes or language<br>morpheme in general. This study aims to explain the unique morphemes in Malay Language<br>of Makassar dialect. The finding is useful for linguistic studies especially morphological<br>studies of morphemes. This study used descriptive method data collection method used was<br>listening method. The techniques were listening and engaged in conversation and notes-taking.<br>The role of researcher in listening and engaged in conversation technique was not only as<br>listener but also took part in the conversation. In note-taking techniques the researcher recorded<br>the conversations from the research objects. The results found that the The Malay language of<br>Makassar dialect has unique morphemes, such as ka, ta, nu, ki. Na, ko-, etc. Unique morphemes<br>in form of words are such as pale (only), sedeng (again), bela (that’s it), and so on. More unique<br>morphemes of particles are mine-, ji-, pi-, pa-, mo-, etc. Using these unique morphemes before<br>words would make different in sense of the words from using them after words.</p> 2020-11-29T00:00:00-05:00 Copyright (c) 2020 http://www.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1116 REVOLUTION OF POSTER PROTEST LANGUAGE STYLES Z GENERATION IN INDONESIA 2020-12-01T08:43:15-05:00 Fitri Murfianti, fitri@isi-ska.ac.id Ranang Agung Sugihartono hazeembhatti18@gmail.com <p>The posters and banners used in the student’s demonstration in front of the DPR-MPR building<br>last September 24, 2019 contain funny sentences and invite attention of the society. The choice<br>of words used in the poster is very different from student demonstration posters that were<br>carried out in 1998. This research aims to explore in more detail the factors that influence the<br>Z generation to create style of language in the demonstration poster. This study is included in<br>qualitative research using Focus Group Discussion (FGD), which will be conducted among<br>students of selected demonstration participants using purposive sampling. The FGD results in<br>the form of qualitative data were analyzed using content analysis methods. The results of this<br>research reveal that the situation of the countries in the two eras, the development of Pop culture<br>as well as social media play an important role in this revolution. This study shows that the<br>choice of words in the student demonstration poster is influenced by social, cultural, and<br>technological factors. Although the message in the poster seems simple, indeed it reflects the<br>characteristics of Z generation that are different from previous generations. In responding to<br>the distinctive style of Z generation, the author recommends to lecturer and stakeholders to be<br>more adaptive, even though the content is simple and seems funny, in fact the substance of the<br>message is very deep and tends to be metaphoric.</p> 2020-11-29T00:00:00-05:00 Copyright (c) 2020