BULLET : Jurnal Multidisiplin Ilmu 2024-07-04T05:59:15+00:00 Admin Bullet Open Journal Systems <p><strong>BULLET : Jurnal Multidisiplin Ilmu dengan NO<a title="link ISSN" href=""> ISSN 2829-2049 (Media Online)</a></strong></p> <p><strong>Dengan scope semua rumpun keilmuan hasil dari penelitian, skripsi, tesis, disertasi yang belum pernah di publikasi. Baik Untuk Mahasiswa, Praktisi, Peneliti ataupun Dosen. Dengan jumlah terbitan 6 kali pada bulan febuary, Mei, July, mulai vol 1 no. 4 kami menggunakan frekuensi 2 bulanan untuk terbit Agustus-September, Oktober-November, December-January. (Mohon setelah submit bisa langsung WA. 088210433859)</strong></p> <p>- Ilmu Komputer<br />- Kemasyarakatan<br />- Kewirausahaan<br />- Manajemen<br />- Ekonomi<br />- Manajemen<br />- Agama<br />- Ilmu Hukum<br />- Pendidikan<br />- Pertanian<br />- Sastra<br />- Teknik<br />- Dan Bidang Ilmu Lainnya</p> <p> </p> Implementasi Psikoedukasi Empat Kata Ajaib Untuk Meningkatkan Etika Sosial Siswa Kelas 1 Sekolah Dasar Pertiwi Makassar 2024-06-11T17:09:51+00:00 Eka Sufartianinsih Jafar Andi Zulfa Afiva Ruhana Andi Yahdini Firsyah Nadhirah Anggun Mutiara <p><em>Character education in school-age children, including elementary school students especially grade 1, is the initial foundation for their future growth and development. School-age children are defined as those aged between 6 and 12 years old. In this age range, school is an important part of children's development as they begin to take responsibility for their actions in interacting with their peers and adults. Character education at this school age can help shape children's behavior, ethics, and attitudes that will affect their future. This study aims to apply the four magic words psychoeducation and observe its impact on the social ethics of grade 1 students. Through a descriptive qualitative approach, this study describes the process and outcomes of the psychoeducation activities conducted in two grade 1 classes at SD Pertiwi Makassar. The implementation method of this program involved observation, interaction, and student responses during the activities. The preparation stage involved creating materials on the four magic words: “please”, “thank you”, “sorry”, and “excuse me”, as well as the use of videos to sing the four magic words song. The implementation stage included distribution of materials, literacy or reading of materials, reflection through discussion, and a sing-along activity. The results showed that this psychoeducational approach was successful in improving the understanding and use of the four magic words in daily social interactions. Students not only understood the concepts, but also showed consistent application during and after the activity. The conclusion of this study is that the application of four magic words psychoeducation is effective in improving the social ethics of grade 1 students. The descriptive qualitative approach allowed the researcher to get an in-depth picture of the study.</em></p> 2024-06-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Corporate Social Responsibility Sebagai Perwujuduan Dari Budaya Perusahaan PT. Intraco Penta, TBK 2024-06-18T13:43:18+00:00 Faiz Alkornen Guntur Haludin Muhammad Patih Al-Bantani Wiltasar Daniel Christover Ragiel Putra Hertianto <p><em>This research aims to observe and find out more about the implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Culture in the company PT Intraco Penta, TBK. Then the method used in this research is a literature study by collecting and analyzing journal articles, websites and scientific sources that are relevant to the topic of discussion. This finding is also supported by a number of references which discuss similar matters regarding the scope or background of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities realized by PT Intraco Penta, TBK. </em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> 2024-06-18T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Pemanfaatan Limbah Padat Ternak Sebagai Pupuk Kandang Pada Tanaman Cabai Merah (Capsicum annum L.) 2024-06-19T12:12:30+00:00 Rendy S. Kusuma Naila Sariyyah Ardhi Azzikra Joyce S. Manurung Enjel N. Sigalingging Crussel O. L. Amukti Audisti C. Agustina Dita Anggraini Andini Tribuana Tunggadewi <p><em>Livestock waste is the remaining waste from livestock business activities, such as livestock raising businesses, slaughterhouses, processing of livestock products, etc. Livestock waste generally includes all manure produced from livestock business activities, whether in the form of solid waste such as feces, liquid waste in the form of urine, gas waste in the form of CH4 methane gas, leftover feed, biogas, and organic waste. The total waste produced by livestock depends on the livestock species, the size of the livestock business, the type of business and the floor of the pen. This research aims to utilize livestock waste as raw material for making manure, which is a useful solution to support the agricultural and plantation sectors and minimize environmental pollution. It is hoped that fertilization can play a dual role, apart from providing nutrients, the added fertilizer can also reduce the toxicity of pollutants (Sudirja et al. 2023). This testing stage includes the process of making fertilizer and testing the fertilizer. In the process of making fertilizer using solid waste cow and goat manure taken from the livestock pens of the IPB University Vocational School. Then, fertilizer testing was carried out by looking at the growth of red chili plants as a parameter for the success of the fertilizer. Based on the experiments that had been carried out, each replication produced mature manure with the characteristic black color, loose texture, odorless and at room temperature. Providing a mixture of cow and goat fertilizer to chili plants resulted in varying growth rate values ​​from the beginning of the fertilizer test, namely week zero, to the end of the test in the third week. This is due to differences in the adaptability of plants to environmental conditions.</em></p> 2024-06-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Rendy S. Kusuma, Naila Sariyyah, Ardhi Azzikra, Joyce S. Manurung, Enjel N. Sigalingging, Crussel O. L. Amukti, Audisti C. Agustina, Dita Anggraini, Andini Tribuana Tunggadewi Analisis Peran Dan Kendala Yang Diihadapi Kepolisian Dalam Penanggulangan Perjudian Di Satuan Reskrim Unit Pidana Umum Polres Rote 2024-06-20T06:14:15+00:00 Marfilson Petrus Aksi Sinurat Rudepel Petrus Leo <p><em>The Criminal Investigation Unit of the Pidum Unit of the Rote Ndao Police faces various challenges in an effort to deal with gambling crimes in the Rote area. Although the level of gambling that occurs is quite rampant, only a few have managed to bring it to the police level. This is due to the lack of community cooperation in uncovering the gambling case. There are 12 cases that have been handled over the last 3 years while the fact is that there are many gambling cases that have occurred, The author wrote this thesis proposal using a type of empirical legal research, namely by digging up information about legal phenomena in society, including the role of the police in overcoming gambling crimes at the Criminal Investigation Unit of the Pidum Unit of the Rote Ndao Police. The results of the study show that the role of the Police in the Criminal Investigation Unit of the Pidum Unit in tackling gambling crimes in Rote Ndao has been implemented quite well. There has been a decrease in gambling cases over the past 3 years. However, the role of the police in tackling gambling also still needs to be optimized. The efforts made by the police have shown positive results, but there are still some challenges that need to be addressed. The obstacles faced by the police in dealing with gambling crimes handled by the Criminal Investigation Unit of the General Crime Unit of the Rote Ndao Police are the limitations of police members in handling gambling cases, the involvement of many people in cockfighting gambling, difficulties in obtaining evidence and a lack of public awareness of the dangers of gambling. </em></p> 2024-06-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Marfilson Petrus, Aksi Sinurat, Rudepel Petrus Leo Efektivitas Metode Filtrasi Pada Pengolahan Limbah Tambak Udang Di Sekolah Vokasi IPB University 2024-06-20T00:50:05+00:00 Alisa Putri Azistia Djenar Andira Fatma Kusuma Dewi Rafcha Rezha Rizhkiawan Ridho Yusafri Satria Siti Nurfadilah Tiara Angreani Wiyatin Andini Tribuana Tunggadewi Muhammad Alif Dirapraja <p><em>Shrimp farming produces wastewater as a byproduct. Wastewater management is necessary to reduce environmental pollution. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of filtration media using physical and chemical parameters as indicators. The method applied is filtration by utilizing filter media in the form of silica sand, zeolite stone, greensand sand, manganese zeolite, bioball, and activated carbon. Shrimp pond waste is flowed through three stages of filtration consisting of a pre-filter to increase pH, filter 1 to filter particles, and filter 2 to improve chemical parameters. The results showed that wastewater after the filtration process has a characteristic blackish turbid color and is odorless. Chemically, there was a decrease in pH from 8.8 to 5.4, a decrease in DO from 4.135 mg / L to 2.895 mg / L, and a decrease in hardness from 96.5 mg / L to 96 mg / L. The decrease in DO content and hardness occurs due to a reduction in the load of organic matter, while the decrease in pH is influenced by the interaction between contaminants and filtration media. Wastewater treatment with filtration methods has proven to be quite effective using predetermined materials.</em></p> 2024-06-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Alisa Putri Azistia, Djenar Andira, Fatma Kusuma Dewi, Rafcha Rezha Rizhkiawan, Ridho Yusafri Satria, Siti Nurfadilah, Tiara Angreani, Wiyatin, Andini Tribuana Tunggadewi, Muhammad Alif Dirapraja Kebebasan Beribadat Dan Penerapan Peraturan Menteri Tentang Rumah Ibadat Di Kota Kupang 2024-07-03T08:41:11+00:00 Ismail E. Natonis Kotan. Y. Stefanus Ebu Kosmas <p><em>Freedom of worship is guaranteed by the 1945 Constitution and regulated in statutory regulations to prevent conflict between religious communities. The government issued Joint Regulations of the Minister of Home Affairs and the Minister of Religion Number 8 and 9 of 2006 concerning the Establishment of Houses of Worship as a reference in Indonesia, including in the City of Kupang. This research aims to analyze the meaning of freedom of worship from the perspective of human rights and law as well as the application of the 2006 PBM in the establishment of places of worship in Kupang City. The research method uses an empirical juridical and formal juridical approach, by analyzing field data and legal sources. The results of the research show that the fulfillment of the right to worship is implemented by the Ministry of Religion of Kupang City and other stakeholders through PERBER 2006 education, conflict mediation, and providing legal certainty. Implementation of PERBER 2006 is supported by regulations from the Mayor of Kupang and synergy with other stakeholders. To prevent conflict and increase understanding of PERBER 2006, synergy with stakeholders and local wisdom-based conflict resolution models are needed.</em></p> 2024-07-02T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Ismail E. Natonis, Kotan. Y. Stefanus, Ebu Kosmas Unraveling The Complexity: Root Cause Analysis Of Electrical Faults In Industry & Other Facility 2024-07-04T05:59:15+00:00 Md Shameem Ahsan Md Khaledur Rahman Manam Ahmed Faysal Amin Tanvir Md Saiful Islam <p>The sole purpose of this analysis was to discuss the broader picture of fire incidents that occurred in industry due to electrical faults. Nowadays, fire incidents in industries as well as in residential and commercial buildings are a common case. Local and international print &amp; electronic media report fire incidents every day. The fatalities are remarkable and also caused extensive property damage, and undoubtedly, it can be mitigated upon consideration of a few factors. This article identifies the exact causes of electrical faults, investigating previous fire incident reports in various industries and other possible reasons. During the past decades, there has been a noticeable change in infrastructure and industrial development worldwide. Because of land shortage and improper planning, the number of high-rise buildings in the industry sector increases without maintaining electrical standards, increasing fire incidents, fatality rates, and substantial property damages. Though strong laws, national and international standards, and regulatory measures existed, accidents occurred regularly. Also, there is no significant guideline for electrical product quality, run time, and materials selection, which plays a major role in fire incidents. This report anticipates understanding the lack in the existing system, considerable findings for installations, and extending to further studies to find out proper remediation.</p> 2024-07-03T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Gambaran Higiene Sanitasi Depot Air Minum Isi Ulang Di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Kecamatan Matraman Kota Jakarta Timur Tahun 2023 2024-06-03T03:04:29+00:00 Agus Riyanto Atang Saputra Pangestu Adila Windah Aprilia <p><em>Depot Air Minum or abbreviated as DAM is an industrial company that treats raw water into drinking water and sells it directly to consumers in the form of bottled drinking water which is relatively cheaper and more affordable. The quality of water produced from refilling drinking water depots has recently deteriorated due to frequent problems such as refilling drinking water storage devices that do not have sterilizers, have low bactericidal efficiency, or distributors who do not know the quality of water, the type of raw water used, filling equipment, good drinking water storage tanks and their maintenance and treatment of treated water and lack of monitoring of filling drinking water storage tanks do not allow the quality of the filling water produced to meet the specified quality standards. The results of 20 drinking water depots that were observed, the number of drinking water depots that met the requirements for the bacteriological quality of drinking water (positive) and qualified for the quality of sanitary hygiene were 91.6% then the number of drinking water depots that met the requirements for bacteriological quality but did not qualify for the quality of drinking water sanitary hygiene quality was 8.33%. Then the number of drinking water depots that do not meet the requirements for bacteriological quality (negative) but meet the requirements for the quality of drinking water depot sanitation hygiene is 37.5% while drinking water depots that do not meet the requirements for bacteriological quality but do not meet the requirements for the quality of drinking water depot sanitation hygiene is 62.5%. To reduce the negative impact that can endanger the community as a result of drinking water depots that do not meet the requirements, researchers suggest that the state of sanitary hygiene in each drinking water depot be further improved, both in terms of the environment, equipment, handlers, and raw water</em>.</p> 2024-07-17T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Agus Riyanto, Atang Saputra, Pangestu, Adila Windah Aprilia