Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui tingkat brand loyalty konsumen atas produk supplement dan mengetahui susunan piramida loyalitas, yang meliputi switcher, habitual buyer, satisfied buyer, liking of the brand, dan committed buyer atas produk supplement. Hasil penelitian atas 100 orang mahasiswa menunjukkan bahwa: lebih banyak konsumen yg berada di “habitual buyer” yang membeli hanya
Teknik uji validitas yang digunakan yaitu teknik dari Rank Spearman dan teknik uji reliabilitasnya menggunakan Alpha Cronbach. Pada penelitian ini pengumpulan data dilakukan melalui penyebaran angket, wawancara, observasi, dan studi kepustakaan. Penelitian dilakukan di Kantor Pusat PT. PLN Direktorat Operasional Jawa Bali. Sampel yang digunakan adalah sample sistematik pada 45 orang peserta kegiatan Leadership for Committed Young People (LCYP).
The example above showed that students committed errors toward their writing because they lack of English grammatical rule. To cope with these, they often relied on the linguistic knowledge they already knew either from their first language (L1) or the target language (L2). The example in the first paragraph, One day in [...] village lived [...] happy family, but everyting changes when mother past away and father Kirana married with Sulastri, this is start bad Kirana. This sentence misses the use of article a before the subject, wrong spelling everyting should be everything, wrong selection words past away should be passed away,and start bad Kirana to be Kirana’s life , misordering father Kirana should be Kirana’s father, it means that they lack of the grammatical rule. Then the example in the second paragraph, Sulastri gave neakle to Kirana, Kirana so funny after Kirana use neakle Kirana tunn into golden slug and to throw away in [...] river. It means that student commits error in wrong spelling words neakle instead of necklace, tunn instead of turned and wrong in selection word slug instead of snail, and also omits the use of article a, it means they have weak of vocabulary. Those errors are caused by students mother tongue toward the acquisition of the new structure.
Alhamdulillahirabbil’alamin , first of all, the writer would like to express his deepest gratitude to Allah SWT who has given guidance and ability so that the writer accomplish writing this research paper entitled “ ERRORS IN NARRATIVE TEXT COMMITTED BY STUDENTS IN GRADE XI OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (SMK) STATE 4 SURAKARTA ACADEMIC YEAR 2014/2015” . Secondly, he would like to the real revolutionary, Muhammad SAW who had opened and broken the jahiliyah(darkness) period. However, this success would not also be achieved without the help of many individuals and institutions. Thus, on this occasion, the writer express the gratitude to:
University/College Students are considered as the highest rank among other students and are referred to the next generation who are able to make a real contribution in educational and social development in the society. Among the crimes committed by students are common delinquency, such as smoking, clubbing at nightspots and consuming alcoholic beverages which have now become their lifestyles or cultures. Unfortunately, even common delinquency can lead students to a condition that might violate the rule of law. One example of such violations is drugs abuse. The problems in this research are formulated to find out the factors causing the drugs abuse committed by students and also to determine the countermeasures to overcome the drugs abuse committed by students. This research used normative and empirical approaches. The data sources consisted of primary and secondary data. Among the factors causing the drugs abuse committed by students were: individual factor, family factor, environmental factor, and economic factor. The countermeasures against the drugs abuse committed by the college students has been done in three ways, namely: repressive, preventive and pre-emtive. From this research, it is suggested that: the society from any layers should support and take an active participation in eradicating drugs abuse occurs in the neighborhood, the police officers should provide protection to the community who play an active role in the prevention of drugs abuse, reward those who participated in the effort of eradicating the drugs abuse, all colleges/universities should cooperate with police officers and National Narcotics Agency to prevent the drugs abuse in campus environment, the university should establish a Student Activity Unit related to narcotics in cooperation with National Police Agency or National Narcotics Board and choose the ambassadors of anti-narcotics that will socialize the impact of drugs abuse or inform the new types of narcotics.
In order to know the aim of this research, first of all scholar will give the explanation of stages that passed in building committed romantic relationship virtually, which is done by the couples of social media users. This research uses qualitative method and descriptive method. Schlolars also did indepth to interview to the couples of respondent that concerned. This research use the theory of stages in interpersonal commitment which advanced by Devitodan Julia. T Wood, also use the theory triangular of love that advanced by Sternberg.
5 the Gen-Y who are achievement-oriented is the driving force of the innovation-led economy. Incentives that recognise and competitive rewards which are most prevalent among employers with strong brand form important keys to drive high performance and retaining talent. These often correlate with high level of employee engagement. Employers with strong brands stand to be employers of choice among Gen-Y their competitive advantages are attained from high financial returns from committed workforce.
Meskipun hasil liking the brand dan committed buyer menurun, tetapi penelitian menunjukkan bahwa responden termasuk loyal terhadap merek hygiene merek Calmic. Dari hasil analisis tersebut diharapkan PT. Calmic Cabang Solo tetap mempertahankan loyalitas pelanggannya, dengan memberikan produk serta service yang baik yang dapat mempertahankan pelanggan lama dan menarik pelanggan baru. Serta tetap menjaga hubungan dan kedekatan dengan pelanggan agar loyalitas dapat terjaga dan bertahan lama.
1. Mathematical communication error committed by the student in the problem matrix is relatively low at 22%. In this error students only write data without any explanation for the data. In addition, students are mistaken in writing about the operation in question as a matter of multiplication operations into division and vice versa.
clauses, (3) the occurrence of verbless clauses, (4) the adjective clauses modifying a wrong noun, (5) wrong choice of main clause and subordinate clause, (6) problems between active and passive sentence, (7) retaining the relative pronoun, (8) transforming into wrong types of subordinate clause, (9) inappropriate use of being + V-ed, (10) inappropriate use of to be + V-ed, and (11) inappropriate use of –ed participle. Meanwhile, the errors the students committed in producing the non-finite noun clauses were (1) the occurrence of finite subordinate clauses, (2) transforming into wrong types of subordinate clause, (3) problems in constructing negative clauses, (4) wrong choice of main clause and subordinate clause, (5) problems between active and passive sentence, (6) lack of genitive case of pronoun, (7) the occurrence of verbless clauses, (8) confusion to choose either to- infinitive or gerund, (9) problems with clauses derived from question, (10) incorrect use of comma, and (11) problems in perfective construction. The errors in producing the non-finite adverbial clauses were (1) the occurrence of finite subordinate clauses, (2) the occurrence of verbless clauses, (3) wrong choice of main clause and subordinate clause, (4) transforming into wrong types of subordinate clause, (5) problems between active and passive sentence, (6) incorrect use of comma, (7) problems with pronoun, (8) problems in constructing the non-finite adverbial clause in perfective form, (9) retaining subordinator because for clause of reason, and (10) the occurrence of coordinate clause.
The suggestions for improvement are very productive and hopefully the continuation of SCBP will be able to do justice to these options. For example it was suggested to deepen the programme in Year 2, to provide more national/regional level support for activities within specific countries. SCBP Fellows for 2010 could have their own WG with which they bring on board other Southern counterparts to ensure they pass on what they acquire from the CB programme and also feed into the CAN issue%based working groups. Further, there are suggestions about picking the SCBP Fellows for 2010 such that the programme supports individuals who are committed to the cause, and have demonstrated that within CAN. The process for producing VOICE could be institutionalized (similar fashion as ECO).
Total USG Humanitarian and Recovery Assistance Pledged: $350,000,000 Total USAID/OFDA Humanitarian Assistance Committed: $ 80,693,000 Total USAID/FFP Humanitarian Assistance Committed: $ 22,466,900 Total USAID/ANE Humanitarian Assistance Committed: $ 5,372,944 Total USAID/ANE Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Assistance Committed: $ 11,518,202 Total State/PRM Humanitarian Assistance Committed: $ 200,000 Total USG Humanitarian Assistance Committed: $132,251,046 For more information on the tsunami and USAID's work, please see "Tsunami Relief" at www.usaid.gov.
12. Ministers emphasised the importance of mutual respect, fairness, justice and cooperation for mutual benefit to safeguard international and regional peace and stability, and committed to upholding a fair and equitable international order, the purposes and principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, and respect for international law, promoting democracy and the rule of law in international relations, and making joint efforts to address common traditional and non-traditional security challenges, so as to build a bright, shared future for ASEM partnership. 13. Ministers reiterated their views that terrorism constitutes a serious threat to international peace, security, stability and development, and expressed their determination to countering terrorism and preventing violent extremism in all their forms and manifestations in accordance with international law, including the Charter of the United Nations and relevant Conventions and Protocols, in particular human rights law, refugee law and international humanitarian law. Strongly condemning terrorist attacks including destruction of cultural heritage, they stressed the need to work together to counter terrorism, eliminate conditions conducive to the growth and spread of violent extremism and radicalization in societies leading towards violence, as well as the rising phenomenon of foreign terrorist fighters as described in the UNSC Resolution 2178. They also emphasised the need for a comprehensive approach in countering terrorism and violent extremism, without associating them with any religion, nationality, civilisation or ethnic group. Reaffirming their resolve to combat terrorism financing as well as abuse of Internet by terrorist groups, they also stressed the importance of preventing chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism, and controlling trade in and flows of conventional arms. They called for strengthening the international legal regime, including through substantive progress in the ongoing negotiations on the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism at the United Nations. They took note of the UN Secretary- General’s Plan of Action to Preven t Violent Extremism. 14. Ministers recognised the importance of moderation as an approach that can bridge differences and counter all forms of extremism by promoting dialogue, mutual respect, tolerance and understanding, thereby contributing to peace and security. To this end, the Ministers expressed their support for the moderation approach as espoused among others, in particular by the Global Movement of Moderates.