International journal of social sciences and humanities <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>IJSSH</strong>&nbsp;is published in English and it is open to authors around the world regardless of the nationality. It is currently published three times a year, i.e. in&nbsp;<em>April</em>,&nbsp;<em>August</em>, and&nbsp;<em>December</em>.&nbsp;</p> Universidad Tecnica de Manabi en-US International journal of social sciences and humanities 2550-701X Brain quadrant model learning styles <p style="text-align: justify;">This work was carried out with the interest of identifying learning styles based on the brain quadrant model to improve teaching. Current pedagogical orientations show a growing interest in teaching strategies, which circumvent traditional models, benefiting learning effectively and innovatively. The brain quadrant model helps guide people's personal and professional roles based on existing Sperry models (left and right hemisphere) and the McLean model (cortical and limbic brain). Herrmann crossed these two models to find the source of personal creativity based on the dominance of one or the other quadrant in each person so that they can recognize what would be the effective way to improve teaching. Through explanatory inquiry, cognitive innovation developed in teaching and honing cognitive, affective-social psychomotor skills to achieve different styles of learning and applicability is evaluated in content in daily life.</p> Olga Viviana Torres Teran Maria Antonia Velez Tuarez María Pamela Zambrano Quiroz Maria Elena Moya Martinez ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-09-20 2019-09-20 3 3 1 9 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.338 Swadharma grihastha asrama on educating children toward Hindu families <p style="text-align: justify;">The current article aimed at knowing and understanding <em>swadharma grihastha asrama</em> on educating children towards Hindu families. Data collection methods were observation, library studies, and in-depth interviewed. This research was conducted in Lombok Regency. The results of this study indicated that the teachings of Hinduism for Sarasamuscaya and Nitisastra have not been optimally implemented by Hindu parents in Lombok. It can be seen from economic factors, low awareness for the importance of education. Due to the parents were not able to meet the children material needs, for example, the fulfillment of nutrition, adequate places, and learning facilities, and the use of non-formal educational institutions, for example, course and tutoring subjects.</p> Ni Made Arini Ida Ayu Gde Yadnyawati Wayan Paramartha ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-09-20 2019-09-20 3 3 10 17 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.339 Assessment of information and communication technology application in the teaching of office technology and management students in delta state polytechnics <p style="text-align: justify;">This study was designed to assess Information and Communication Technology (ICT) application in the teaching of Office Technology and Management (OTM) students in Delta State Polytechnics. Three research questions were raised to guide the study while two null hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significance. The study adopted the descriptive survey design. The entire population of 285 ND II and HND II students of Office Technology and Management programme in the three polytechnics in Delta State were used for the study. Data was collected for the study through the administration of validated questionnaire on the respondents. Pearson Product Moment Correlation was used. The mean statistics was used to answer the research questions. The findings of the study revealed that Office Technology and Management students in polytechnics in Delta State are equipped to a high extent with information and communication technology in the areas of word processing and webpage design while they accepted low extent of application of database management system in the teaching of OTM courses in Delta State Polytechnics for job preparation.</p> Emehi Akpomedaye ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-09-27 2019-09-27 3 3 18 27 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.342 Effect of audit committee characteristics on relationship between financial distress and income maximization actions <p style="text-align: justify;">The study aimed at obtaining empirical evidence regarding the influence of audit committee characteristics on the relationship between financial distress and income maximitation actions. The population on the current study were companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2015 to 2018. The sampling technique used non-probability sampling with a purposive sampling method to get 20 companies as research samples. The data analysis technique used moderated regression analysis. The test results provide empirical evidence that high financial expertise can weaken the influence of financial distress on income maximitation actions. This study also finds empirical evidence that the frequency of meetings is not a moderating effect of financial distress on income maximitation. The third hypothesis testing shows that the independence of the audit committee is able to moderate the relationship between financial distress on income maximitation.</p> I Made Bana Partha Anak Agung Gde Putu Widanaputra Ni Made Dwi Ratnadi Ni Putu Sri Harta Mimba ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-09-30 2019-09-30 3 3 28 35 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.343 Formative assessment as tool to improve on teaching process–learning for students <p style="text-align: justify;">In the Educational Unit, June 5 Garden of the city of Manta, research related to formative evaluation was carried out, to measure the learning-teaching process, the goal is to determine how the processes behave in the students. Analysis and synthesis methods were used to obtain the results that were processed and analyzed, and reference of scientific documents was consulted. The results of the surveys provide relevant information where, it is evident that teachers prefer to continue applying the old educational tools in the teaching-learning process, highlighting the results of the assessments to improve learning teaching training processes.</p> Betty Alexandra Paredes Palacios Rosa Elena Posligua Anchundia Carlos Alfredo Robles Pihuave Jinsop Omar Bermello Vidal ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-03 2019-11-03 3 3 36 49 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.354 Effect of conflict and unclear role on auditor performance with emotional quotient as moderating variable <p style="text-align: justify;">This study aimed at obtaining empirical evidence about the effect of role conflict and role unclear on auditor performance and the role of emotional quotient in moderating the effect of role conflict and role unclear on auditor performance. Auditor has confronted the potential role conflicts and unclear role effects on auditor performance. A person who has a good emotional quotient can manage his/her emotions well. They are more able to control their self if it is faced on role conflicts and unclear roles in carrying out their duties or roles as an auditor. The resulting performance tends to be better. The present research was conducted in a public accounting firm in Bali. A questionnaire instrument was used as a survey method. Data analysis techniques used to test hypotheses were multiple linear regression analysis and moderated regression analysis. The number of samples was 92 respondents and used a sample determination method with a nonprobability sampling technique, namely purposive sampling. The number of questionnaires distributed was 92 copies but only 61 were returned.</p> Ni Putu Ria Arista Dewi I Wayan Ramantha ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-03 2019-11-03 3 3 50 59 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.350 Approaches to evaluation assumed by teachers on teaching process - learning <p style="text-align: justify;">Evaluation is a central issue in the educational process because it can define the success or failure of that process. The purpose of this article was to investigate the evaluation approaches that teachers assume in the teaching and learning process in the Educational Unit “Edwin Hernán Mendoza Bravo”, of the Colón parish, to learn how the teacher performs the evaluation practices in their daily work The research that was carried out was of exploratory type and with a descriptive and systematic methodology supported in the review of bibliographic sources of the specialized literature. The technique and instrument that was used was the survey to achieve, interpret and reveal the results obtained, according to these, it was possible to reach the following conclusions: Many teachers do not usually apply the educational evaluation in their pedagogical work and focus on the tests or exams to obtain final results. Authentic evaluation and innovative strategies are unimportant elements because traditional techniques and instruments such as the written test and the questionnaire still prevail.</p> Maria Antonia Velez Tuarez Mariela Alexandra Calderon Delgado Ronald Ivan Zamora Delgado Julio Eduardo Vallejo Romero ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-15 2019-11-15 3 3 60 70 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.361 Ngaba and makta of balinese action verbs, how to map their meanings? <p style="text-align: justify;">The parts of the body is the most common location for the activity having notion <em>to</em> <em>bring</em> represented by verbs in Balinese Language. This article aims to map the meaning of the action verbs having <em>to bring</em> notion, represented by <em>ngaba </em>and <em>makta</em>. The oral data was collected from key-informen residing in two regencies in Bali, namely Klungkung and Karangasem. The written data are from the newspaper called <em>Bali Orti</em> published from March-May 2019. The method of collecting the spoken data was interviewing the key-informen in both regencies, however the written one was by observation and note-taking. <strong>Metalanguage</strong> applied to analyze the collected data, showed that there are two features found for the meaning of the action verbs <em>to bring, </em>namely <em>generic</em> and <em>specific</em>. The generic feature is represented by <em>ngaba </em>or<em> makta </em>mapped by ‘someone brings something in any parts of one’s body’, the specific one is characterized by the special location where the action <em>to bring</em> happens, e.g. <em>nyuun</em> ‘the activity of <em>to bring </em>happens on one’s head, <em>negen </em>’bring something on one’s shoulder’, etc.&nbsp; Almost nearly all the specific data features the one’s part of body as the place of the action.</p> I Nengah Sudipa I Nyoman Weda Kusuma Made Henra Dwikarmawan Sudipa Komang Dian Puspita Candra ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-18 2019-11-18 3 3 71 80 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.349 Community-based tourism: measuring readiness of artificial intelligence on traditional village <p style="text-align: justify;">The paper aimed at describing and elaborating the different meanings appear on the description of tourist destinations in two forms. On the one hand is a cyberspace image in two locations tourist destinations, on the other hand, is an image of the real fact after visitor came to a destination place. The research is as the basis of this paper combines two analyses. <em>First</em>, take and analyze the contents from review Trip Advisor and retrieve analytical data from the source <em>Second</em>, make observations and in-depth interviews of informants who came and witnessed a place of tourist destinations after getting information on digital pages. The analysis of the combined two data attempts to show the uniqueness, the gap, and the difference between cyberspace images of tourist destinations, with the opinions and perceptions of tourist visitors who have seen the real destination. The main aim of this article is to demonstrate the theoretical support of a model about the effect of digital marketing tools technologies on low-density tourism region. In order to achieve this purpose, a literature review will be used as a methodological basis.</p> Kadek Ayu Astuti Gede Sri Darma ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-18 2019-11-18 3 3 81 89 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.352 Methodological strategies used in the learning of mathematics in the 8th year of EGB <p style="text-align: justify;">This research is based on the use of learning strategies that allow you to improve the academic performance of students in the 8th year of Basic Education in the Mathematics course. For a long time, the study of mathematics has been presented as a complicated and tedious activity that prevents the inter-learning of students, causing poor academic performance. For this reason, it was necessary to investigate the different learning strategies, which can be applied in the subject of mathematics, based on contemporary pedagogical currents that contribute to raising the academic level in students. It is worth noting that there are several variables that influence the low school performance, such as personal, institutional, and social environment that marks the student's learning process, by virtue of what has been said above, it is sought to define what would be the characteristics of those variables that determine school failure or success. For this, a theoretical foundation was reviewed, from which a conceptual analysis was carried out, on the different factors that condition school performance.</p> Dubal Edisson Salvatierra Tumbaco William Ecuador Martínez Albán María José Briceño Ruperti David Eloy Palma Palacios ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-20 2019-11-20 3 3 90 98 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.362 Program evaluation: implementation of tourism village development <p style="text-align: justify;">The tourism development program is a sustainable development program that has a vision of achieving equitable economic growth in the community that is based on the utilization of the potential of natural resources and other resources in the community. This study aims to examine the potential and problems in the development of tourism villages in Sambangan Village, Sukasada District as one of the Tourism Villages stipulated in Buleleng Regent Decree No. 430/405/HK/2017 concerning Tourism Village of Buleleng Regency. The research began with an evaluation study using the UCLA CSE model approach. The results showed aspects of the development of tourism villages in Sambangan Village have not yet maximally utilized natural resources or other resources as a viable tourism village product. From the results of the analysis conducted, the development of this tourism village product requires a management model that combines the elements of natural resources in the village with Balinese local wisdom that underlies the life and behavior of the Balinese people in general and requires a touch of technology-based innovation.</p> I Gede Sudirtha Ketut Widiartini Made Suriani ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-22 2019-11-22 3 3 99 108 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.356 Fear of failure: psychological actions for control in santiagueros school pessimist <p style="text-align: justify;">This paper summarizes the results of an investigation carried out with weightlifters of the 15-16 years category of the EIDE "Captain Orestes Acosta" of Santiago de Cuba. From the application of methods and techniques such as observations to training and competitions, semi-structured interviews to athletes and coaches, Inventory of Evaluation of the Error in performance, Attitude Test for Competition, the Inventory of Psychological Performance, as well as the review of documents and statistical records of coaches, among others; it was found that these athletes did not achieve the successful realization of the lifts, manifesting in them a high level of tension, generating insecurity, nervousness, among other negative psychological manifestations that affected the athlete's performance, associated with irrational or maladaptive beliefs and thoughts. To help solve this problem, an action plan was implemented that involved the psychologist, coaches, athletes, and family members. It was an open, flexible, participatory, group, practical and experiential. Its effectiveness was proven from the cognitive restructuring of dysfunctional ideas and thoughts that hinder the achievement of adequate sports performance.</p> Yoanni Castelnau Díaz Ana Celia Mataran Torres ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-23 2019-11-23 3 3 109 116 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.363 Economic, social and cultural changes in society due to sustainable tourism development <p style="text-align: justify;">This study examines the changes in the economic, social and cultural community due to sustainable tourism development in the Kutuh Petulu Village Ubud Bali. The advancement of technology and information is very fast causing all components of life to change both the values ??and culture of society with the rapid modernization in all fields causing changes in the economic, social and cultural, lifestyle that is very dynamic. The problem in this study: How are the economic, social and cultural changes of the community due to sustainable tourism development in the Kutuh Petulu Village of Ubud Bali. The purpose of this study: to understand and describe the meaning and form of environmental, economic, social and cultural changes due to sustainable tourism development in Kutuh Village Ubud, Bali. This study uses a descriptive qualitative method, using proportional sampling techniques consisting of managers of Villas and Hotels as well as people who work in the tourism sector in the Kutuh Petulu Village, Ubud, Bali. Sustainable tourism development is an effort by the government and the community to create jobs for future generations so that Bali's Groos Domestic Product is increasing given the enormity of globalization.</p> A. A. Gde Putra Pemayun I Gusti Ngurah Putra Suryanata I Ketut Nurcita Putu Irma Yunita ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-23 2019-11-23 3 3 117 127 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.359 Participation of mpur tribe community on non-formal education <p style="text-align: justify;">The main subject matter of the present research is Mpur’s people participation in nonformal education in Kebar District, Tambrauw Regency, West Papua Province. Geographically, Kebar District is located in a hinterland of Tambrauw Regency, West Papua Province with a vast area, making it difficult to access, and to supply facilities, information, and communication needed to improve human resource by a nonformal education of Arefet Community Learning Activity Center. The purpose of the research is to find out the people's participation in nonformal education and the factors that affect it. The research used a qualitative research method with data collection techniques of direct observations in the field, interview, and documentation. The data analysis technique used was an interactive analysis model, consisting of data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing/verification. The results of this research on nonformal education revealed that people's participation in nonformal education was not optimal yet in its implementation. Meant by not optimal here is related to the participatory processes performed by Mpur Tribe people in Kebar District, Tambrauw Regency, affected by such factors as facility, culture, education, occupation, income, information and communication access and geographic location.</p> Tonci Asimi Budhi Gunawan M. Munandar Sulaeman Indraswari Indraswari ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-26 2019-11-26 3 3 128 142 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.366 Effect of repetition method on teaching English process in classroom <p style="text-align: justify;">Currently, there are various kinds of foreign language teaching techniques that are used by the teachers in the classroom. One of these techniques is the repetition technique in which the teacher will repeat the previous lesson in order to improve the student’s memory. The goal of this research is to get the findings regarding the differences before and after the students to get repetition lessons in the class. The method used in this study is a quantitative method in which the data will be collected for this research. First, the researcher gave tests to the students before the repetition method applied in the class every lesson. After that, the students will get another test but the repetition method applied before the test is conducted. It was found that there were differences between the students who were given a repetition method and students who had not been given a repetition method. Based on data obtained in the field, it is found out that the students who get English lessons with the repetition method get better grades than students who do not.</p> I Gede Nika Wirawan ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-11-27 2019-11-27 3 3 143 146 10.29332/ijssh.v3n3.368