JOSAR (Journal of Students Academic Research) <p>JOSAR (Journal of Students Academic Research) is a national scientific journal that is open to seeking innovation, creativity, and novelty. <span class="" lang="en"><span class="">The aim of this journal publication is to disseminate the conceptual thoughts or ideas and research results that have been achieved in the multidiscipline area </span></span>First published in 2016 and regularly published two (2) times a year, in March and September.</p> Universitas Islam Balitar en-US JOSAR (Journal of Students Academic Research) 2502-8251 <p>Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:</p> <ol type="a"> <li class="show">Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under aÂ&nbsp;<a href="" target="_new">Creative Commons Attribution License</a>Â&nbsp;that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.</li> <li class="show">Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.</li> <li class="show">Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work (SeeÂ&nbsp;<a href="" target="_new">The Effect of Open Access</a>).</li> </ol> The Students' Responses Toward the Use of Google Classroom for Learning Vocabulary In the Higher Education <p><em>This study was undertaken with the aim of eliciting students' perspectives concerning the utilization of Google Classroom as an instructional platform for enhancing vocabulary in the realm of higher education. Employing a descriptive quantitative methodology, the investigation was carried out among a cohort of 19 students in their fourth academic semester, all of whom were actively enrolled in the English Education Department at Blitar Islamic University. The primary research tool was a questionnaire, The finding revealed a positive inclination among students toward utilizing Google Classroom for vocabulary instruction. The study underscored the efficacy of Google Classroom in facilitating vocabulary acquisition through its interactive features, enabling seamless communication between peers and instructors for the dissemination of vocabulary materials. This is proved by the students' responses, for example;84.2% of students agreed that Google Classroom can be downloaded easily on multiple devices, and another 84.2% of students agreed that they enjoy using Google Classroom for learning vocabulary because of its free accessibility. However, an element of uncertainty persists among students concerning the potential of Google Classroom to either supplement or supplant traditional classroom settings in vocabulary learning activities. This research sheds light on the promising role of technology-enhanced learning platforms like Google Classroom in fostering vocabulary development while also recognizing the need for further exploration of their integration within broader education.</em></p> Mada Gymnastiar Andy Nugraha Mohamad Irvansyah Satria Yudha Dian Fadhilawati Copyright (c) 2023 Mada Gymnastiar Andy Nugraha, Mohamad Irvansyah Satria Yudha, Dian Fadhilawati 2023-09-20 2023-09-20 8 2 199 212 10.35457/josar.v8i2.3106 LEGAL PROTECTION FOR CONSUMERS FOR ELECTRONIC GOODS THAT DO NOT HAVE SNI (INDONESIAN NATIONAL STANDARD) <p><em>The purpose of writing this article is to examine legal protection for consumers for electronic goods that do not have SNI (Indonesian National Standard), and understand consumer legal remedies for resolving disputes over losses caused by electronic goods that do not have SNI (Indonesian National Standard). The research method used is a normative legal research method through an approach to legislation. The results of this study show that the legal protection for consumers of electronic goods that do not have SNI (Indonesian National Standards) is protected not only by law no. 8 of 1999 concerning Consumer Protection Article 8 paragraph (1) letter a, but is also regulated by Law No. 20 of 2014 concerning Standardization and Conformity Assessment and is also regulated by the Regulation of the Minister of Industry of the Republic of Indonesia Number 15 of 2018 concerning the Enforcement of Indonesian National Standards (SNI). In Mandatory Audio Video and Similar Electronic Products. Consumer legal efforts in resolving disputes over losses caused by electronic goods that are not SNI (Indonesian National Standard) based on Law no. 8 of 1999 concerning Consumer Protection are regulated in Article 45 paragraph (1). Consumers can sue business actors through an institution tasked with resolving disputes between consumers and business actors/consumers can sue through a court within the scope of the general court.</em></p> Dani fadhlurrahman Copyright (c) 2023 Dani fadhlurrahman 2023-09-20 2023-09-20 8 2 213 223 10.35457/josar.v8i2.2636 Description of Family Support and Anxiety Levels of Third Trimester Pregnant Women during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Tuban Regency <p><em>The COVID-19 pandemic will pose a risk of contracting the virus to pregnant women and can affect their level of anxiety. Purpose of this study was to determine family support and anxiety levels of third trimester pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic, precisely at BPM Mujiati, Semanding District, Tuban Regency using a cross-sectional approach. Population in this study were all third trimester pregnant women who were examined at BPM Mujiati as many as 102 mothers, with a sample size of 81 mothers. The sampling technique used was a purposive sampling technique using a questionnaire sheet instrument. The results showed that almost all of the third trimester pregnant women (96.3%) received good family support, most of the third trimester pregnant women (65.4%) experienced mild anxiety levels, and most of the third trimester pregnant women (66.7%) received good family support. experienced mild anxiety. The right effort to minimize the anxiety of pregnant women is to provide maximum family support to pregnant women to reduce the risk of premature birth, postpartum depression and child care.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <p><strong><em>Keyword : Anxiety, Covid-19, Family Support, Pregnancy </em></strong></p> Lutfiya Dwinanda Copyright (c) 2023 Lutfiya Dwinanda 2023-09-20 2023-09-20 8 2 223 236 10.35457/josar.v8i2.2680 THE SUCCESSFUL FACTORS TREATMENT OF MB TYPE LEPROSY IN THE WORKING AREA OF JENU PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER, TUBAN REGENCY <p>Leprosy is a chronic infection caused by Mycobacterium leprae which if not treated<br>immediately will become progressive. The government has a treatment success target of &gt;90%,<br>but in some areas the effort to eradicate leprosy type MB is still slow [1]. The purpose of this study<br>was to determine the success factors for the treatment of MB type leprosy in the working area of<br>the Jenu Public Health Center, Tuban Regency.<br>The research design used was descriptive, cross sectional time approach. The population<br>is all patients with leprosy who seek treatment in the working area of the Jenu Public Health Center<br>for a cohort period of 76 months (January 2016-April 2022) as many as 35 people, the sampling<br>technique used is total sampling. Research instruments in the form of questionnaires and<br>observation sheets<br>The results of the study were obtained from 35 patients with MB type leprosy almost<br>entirely (82.9%) were found without disability, all (100%) immediately received treatment, all<br>(100%) received good family support, all (100%) the role of health workers was good.<br>The success of treatment for leprosy type MB requires support from the family and the<br>surrounding community, the family is the closest person who can supervise and control the<br>patient's condition. Treatment of leprosy also requires the role of health workers because health<br>workers can provide encouragement to patients, in addition, if the patient has not taken the<br>medicine, the health worker will come to give the medicine. Efforts to find and treat patients with<br>MB type leprosy are very important, for this reason, family and community support are needed so<br>that there is no feeling of shame and immediately comes to the nearest health servic</p> vivin Nor Zahro Teresia Retna Yasin Wahyurianto Copyright (c) 2023 vivin Nor Zahro, Teresia Retna, Yasin Wahyurianto 2023-09-20 2023-09-20 8 2 237 248 10.35457/josar.v8i2.2720 Developing Easy Listening Audio (ELA) as an Alternative Medium to Enhance the Eight Grade Students’ Listening Learning Outcomes <p><em>&nbsp; The present study has the intention to create, validate, evaluate the effectiveness, and gain responses toward the developed product of Easy listening audio to enhance the eight-grade students’ listening learning outcomes in Blitar. It was achieved by adapting Sugiyono's frameworks of developing the product into seven phases which covered; 1) problems identification and, solution identification, 2) designing and developing the product,3) validating and revising the product, 4) conducting product trials,5) collecting feedback from teachers and students, 6) evaluating and revising the product, and 7) finalizing it for publication. The research reported that the Easy Listening Audio comprised audio listening materials such as: describing people, things, and animals, and three guidebooks; &nbsp;for teachers, students, and the public.</em> <em>The validation process confirmed that the developed product was highly valid, with material validators rating it at 95% and media validators at 89%. The effectiveness of the product was also evident from the t-test results, which showed a value of less than 0.005, indicating a significant improvement in learning outcomes. Additionally, users responded positively to the product, with 91.6% of students rating it as "Very good" and 78.5% of teachers rating it as "Good." Therefore, it is recommended that teachers consider using the developed Easy Listening Audio as an alternative medium, particularly for teaching listening descriptive text in junior high school</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Tika Wahyu Lestari Dian Fadhilawati Nita Sutanti Copyright (c) 2023 Tika Wahyu Lestari, Dian Fadhilawati, Nita Sutanti 2023-09-20 2023-09-20 8 2 249 262 10.35457/josar.v8i2.2783