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In Press, Accepted Article.
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    This study aims to analyze the effect of Variables of Performance, Affiliation, and Domination on the motivation of women living in coastal areas doing business in Aceh Province. The population in this study are Coastal Women who do business in Aceh Province by selecting samples using a purposive sampling technique with the criteria Women who do business have fishermen husbands, live on the coast in Aceh Province. The hypothesis is tested using multiple regression tests to determine whether an independent variable influences the motivation of coastal women to see how the overall relationship between Performance, Affiliation, and Domination affects women's motivation to do business in Aceh Province. The results show simultaneously that the effects of the three Performance Variables (X1), Affiliation (X2), and Domination (X3) significantly influence Women's Work Motivation. Based on the regression coefficients Variable Performance (X1), Affiliation (X2), and Domination (X3) partially, there is a positive and significant influence on the Motivation of Women's Business Work in Aceh Province.
 
Investigasi Perilaku Compulsive Buying Berdasarkan Pembayaran Non-Tunai, Lingkungan Sosial, dan Kondisi Keuangan
In Press, Accepted Article.
Abstract
    The behavior of people living in Surabaya is different from people from other cities, including the shopping behavior of the students in Surabaya. Students in Surabaya have more temptation to behave negatively in shopping. It encourages the occurrence of irregularities in shopping. Such action is classified as compulsive buying. Compulsive buying is a spending behavior based on a strong desire that makes people lose consciousness and can not control themself. This study aims to analyze the effect of sales promotion, cashless payment, social environment, and financial condition on compulsive buying on university students in Surabaya. The method used is descriptive analysis with multiple cross-sectional designs. Data were analyzed with Structural Equation Modeling. The result of this research concludes that sales promotion, cashless payment, and financial condition variables have a positive effect on compulsive behavior on university students in Surabaya.
 
 
Kendala Calon Pendidik Dalam Membuat Soal Pilihan Ganda Higher Order Thinking (Hot)
In Press, Accepted Article.
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    This study shows the causes of sociology education students' difficulties in making higher order thinking (HOT) tests. The method applied is the mix method through FGD data collection and questionnaires. The results showed that it was difficult for students to make HOT questions because 1) it was challenging to create stimulus questions, 2) lack of understanding of sociology material, 3) lack of mastery of Bloom's taxonomy application, 4) insufficient learning time, and 5) lecturer explanations were not good. Therefore, recommendations for effective learning improvement are needed, including using the principle of discovery learning.
 
 
Peningkatan Loyalitas Mahasiswa Yang Dipengaruhi Oleh Kualitas Pelayanan Akademik dan Kepuasan Mahasiswa (Studi Kasus Pada Mahasiswa S1 Dan D3 STIESIA Surabaya)
In Press, Accepted Article.
Abstract
    Higher Education is the highest level of education in the education service business in Indonesia which produces bachelor or diploma graduates to meet the competitive needs of the workforce. This study aims to analyze the increase in student loyalty which is influenced by the quality of academic services and satisfaction of S1 and D3 STIESIA Surabaya students. This study uses a quantitative approach to determine the correlation of student loyalty which is influenced by the role of academic service quality and student satisfaction. This research method uses path analysis. The results showed an increase in student loyalty which was influenced by the role of academic service quality due to high student satisfaction.
 
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