- POTENTIAL OF ISLAMIC FILMS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL CREATIVE INDUSTRY
- SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES IN CYBERSPACE COMMUNITY IN MALAYSIA
- MEASURING THE FACTORS OF EMPLOYEES’ JOB SATISFACTION AMONG LECTURERS IN UiTM MELAKA
- THE RELATIONSHIP OF STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY FOR PR DEGREE STUDENTS UiTM ALOR GAJAH MELAKA
- MALAYSIAN’S CONCERN TOWARD ROHINGYA
- DEPRESSION AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
- DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN MALAYSIA
- THE PERCEPTION OF GENDER STEREOTYPES IN TODAY’S LIFE
- THE LEVEL OF AWARANESS OF THE SOCIETY TOWARDS THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE LEVEL OF ACTION TAKEN BY THE SOCIETY TO PRESERVE THE ENVIRONMENT
- THE PERCEPTION OF PARENTS TOWARDS QUALITY OF CHILD CENTER IN MALAYSIA
- DRUGS MISUSE AMONG CHILDREN: MEASURING THE LEVEL OF PARENTS’ AWARENESS ON THEIR CHILDREN’S BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE
- FACTOR OF DRUG REJECTIONS AND STIGMA TOWARD DRUG CONSUMERS AND DRUGS.
- THE ACCEPTANCE TOWARDS SUNNAH FOOD AMONG MALAYSIAN COMMUNITY
Current development shows that the industrial creative sector plays a role in the nation’s economic growth. Gross Domestic Product as issued by the Department of Statistics Malaysia reported that the manufacturing publishing sector, printing, re-making of media recording increased 2% for the nation’s GDP in 2013 compared to 1.6% in 2012. This development has opened bigger chances for Iocal Islamic film industries to spur activities in the Islamic art and entertainment sectors because of their capabilities to become halal products which have high potentials to be commercialized into the international level. Integrated efforts to apply Islamic principles and values comprehensively in producing Islamic film products in Malaysia are expected to uphold the dignity of Islam and Malay culture values through film medias. Thus, Islamic film products are new and contemporary forms of preaching mediums suitable to current times and society.
This study is done in order to find the level of social networking sites among multiethnic users in Malaysia. Social networking sites are chosen as they bring many benefits to the users. This study used social capital theory as foundations theories for model development. The minimum sample size was determined through G⃰Power analysis. The study involved 482 respondents, selected through a cluster sampling technique involving three main ethnics in Malaysia. A cross sectional survey and structured questionnaire were used for data collection. All variables were measured through scales previously used by other researchers. SPSSS ver. 20 software was used in the analysis. Results of the SPSS indicated that the level of SNS, three out of four factors namely quality, intimacy, and interaction in SNS show very high level..
This research is basically aimed to recognize and measure the factors of employees’ job satisfaction among lecturers specifically in the organization of UiTM Melaka, Campus of Alor Gajah. In the world of development, this topic is prominent in its way as every organizations need to improve their employees’ satisfaction to produced a decent job (Wan Ahmad & Abdurahman, 2015). There were many familiar present studies in this field that may be a strong stand to be referred. By using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory and Herzberg Motivator-Hygiene Theory which are related to job satisfaction field, there were four relevant factors of employees’ job satisfaction; work relationships, job security, self efficiency and payment and reward. A survey is conducted based on Krejcie and Morgan Table, N=340, S=181. A total of 212 questionnaires were answered by the lecturers of UiTM Melaka, Campus of Alor Gajah as purposely sampling and produced the results. Keywords: factors, employees’ job satisfaction, academic staffs.
A study of degree PR student’s satisfaction about UiTM Alor Gajah, Melaka facilities here was commissioned by a comprehensive university to provide a professional evaluation of student. Such a study had not been completed in the past and was needed to align student services with the mission, long-range goals, and strategic planning of the university. The researcher conducted a survey and distributed 94 respondent in UiTM Melaka which consist of PR degree students. The study demonstrated that relationship among UiTM staff as significant factor that effect on the student’s academic performance. Result of the research were analyzed and discussed regarding the relationship between satisfaction and academic performance. In this study, the researcher using assimilation theory to describe satisfaction for PR degree students’ and the finding from this research showed that satisfaction among UiTM staff being is most significant factor among the three factors.
This study is done in order to find the level of concern towards Rohingya in Malaysia. This study also used social capital theory as foundations theories for model development. The minimum sample size was determined through G⃰Power analysis. The study involved 244 respondents, selected through a cluster sampling technique involving three main ethnics in Malaysia. A cross sectional survey and structured questionnaire were used for data collection. All variables were measured through scales previously used by other researchers. SPSSS ver. 20 software was used in the analysis. Results of the SPSS indicated that the level of concern, for all four factors namely religion, helpless, and humanity show very high level.
This study is done in order to find the factor of depression among the college student in Malaysia. Depression among the college student are increasing as it come from many factor. This study used behavioural theory as the foundations theories for the model development. The study involved 406 respondents, selected through google form responses involving all the university students around Malaysia. A structured questionnaire was used for data collection. All variables were measured through scales previously used by other researchers. In behavioural theory, state that depression people precisely those who do not know how to cope with the fact that they are no longer receiving positive reinforcement like they before. Results shows the data analysis described that respondents having a financial problem where did not what how to differentiate between wants and need with the overall mean (M=2.51) and students always spend their money on uncertain things.
Feminism is a social movement of an organized group that acts consciously to promote or resist change through collective action. Feminism movement in Malaysia as in other developing countries and in the West has the same goal for universal women, whether equality in economics, education, politics, or social. This study was done in order to find the level of discrimination of women in Malaysia. This study involved 487 respondents and the respondents were gained from an online survey through Google Survey Form. The form has been distributed on social medias and from that platform we gained all that respondents and used that as data collection. At the end, we now know that there are not much discrimination against women in Malaysia with low mean of 1.49
Between men and women, there are so many differences. To some dimension, the differences captured in the stereotypical images between those two genders. Stereotypes about the way men and women behave and think are shared extensively. Despite, stereotypical forecasts not only reflect actual differences, but also impact how they define themselves and how they are treated by others. The purpose of this study is to examine the general perceptions of Malaysians regarding Gender Stereotypes between men and women towards their roles in everyday life. To examine whether the roles of men and women disputed or not from the selected sample, an online form from Google Online Survey has been distributed to all social medias’ platform from various people from various age to gain the perception of Malaysians regarding the gender stereotypes and it involves 633 respondents. In order to collect the data, researchers have referred to Krejcie and Morgan table (1970), 30 million population in Malaysia or 12 million respondents can be equivalent to 384 sample of respondents with 95% confidence to represent the data. The findings were discussed in relation to socialization, values and norms of the Malay society. In the end, researchers knew that the people’s perception of gender stereotypes in today’s life is no longer relevant and must be re-looked in order to live in a harmony and peaceful life. Overall the results showed that respondents believed that men and women should be treated equally (M=3.56) Additionally, respondents also strongly disagree with gender stereotypes among men nowadays (M=1.63) and gender stereotypes among women in today’s life (M=1.49)
Day by day, Malaysia will be announced with the issues regarding our environmental pollution through newspaper, social medias, television and more media platform. The government have tried their best to promote and raise the awareness to the public but at the end of the day, only the public can change the mentality by taking action towards all the environmental issues. Therefore, this research is conducted in order to find the level of awareness towards the environment and to identify the level of action taken by the society to preserve it nowadays. This study involved 662 respondents and the respondents were gained from on online survey through Google Survey Form. The form has been distributed to social medias and from that platform, we gained all the respondents and used that as data collection. At the end, we knew that Malaysia still have a very high level of awareness towards the environment but as for the level of action taken to preserve it is still low. Therefore, Malaysia needs to do something to make sure the next generation will be able to experienced all the green environments that we have today.
Child care center is the care and supervision of a child or multiple children at a time, whose ages range from six weeks to thirteen years old. Child care is the action or skill of looking after children by a day-care center, babysitter, nannies, teachers or other providers. This discuss the features which are predictive of child care quality in improving laws and policies of child care protection in Malaysia. Firstly, this prove the importance of high quality child care towards the children development. The cases of children maltreatments happening around the country are alarming. A recent case involves a child who was severely burnt due to the negligence of the child care provider. For instance, the victim was awarded RM 403 018.74 as compensation (Wahid, 2016). These are just one exampleof the cases which were reported. It is believed that there are more cases that go unreported due to various reasons. This studies on the importance of having high quality child care in ensuring the good growth of the children is discussed.
A survey was carried out to gather information on awareness of parents on children in relation to drug misuse matters. Significantly, parents are aware of the factors affecting their children’s behaviour, which was causes by the influence of parents’ knowledge on the drugs-related issues, circle of friends, social pressure, and parental behaviour. This study referred to Social Bonding Theory as its reference to compare the results of the findings with the existing theory. Meanwhile, based on Raosoft Calculator software, since the population size of the study is 8.15 million, hence 90% level of confidence was used to describe the amount of uncertainty the researcher can tolerate. The response distribution is 70% whereby it is the probability distribution of the response (target) variable. Thus, as calculated in the software, the recommended sample size is 228 respondents. In this study, the researcher managed to gather 242 respondents through purposive sampling method in order to identify the level of awareness of parents on their children’s behavioural change. The R2 obtained = 0.401 defines that 40.1% of the amount of variance in the awareness of parents on their children’s behavioural change can be explained by the independent variables.
This research examined the study of factors of drug rejection and stigma toward drug consumers and drugs. In Malaysia, drug abuse is a complex issue and has been a serious public health problem in Malaysia. The cumulative number of registered drug users until 2008 was estimated at about 250,000 people and was predicted to reach half a million by 2015. By using Raosoft Calculator, the recommended sample size is 271 for this survey. Hence, the researcher manages to get 300 respondents. The first result is based on the Beta value, which shows the most significant relationship between independent towards dependent variables. The results of this study showed and 51.60% of the variance of factor of drug rejections was explained by the stigma of drugs and 27.90% of the variance of factor of drug rejections was explained by the stigma of drug consumers. This study aims to assist AADK and the Home Ministry to provide greater understanding and awareness to the public on the danger of drugs and to have a greater picture of the level of stigma toward drugs and drug consumers in Malaysia. This study is developed to facilitate the Malaysian who have least knowledge and awareness regarding the danger of drug and drug consumers and to provide the Home Ministry, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and the National Anti-Drugs Agency (AADK) with a superior understanding of the main factor of the Stigma of drug and drug consumers in Malaysia, which will benefit them to plan on how to reduce the number of drug consumers in Malaysia.
The research examined the study of Theory of Planned Behaviour and perceptions towards the Sunnah food among Malaysian community. The minimum amount of survey within sample size was determined through Raosoft Calculator software by using purposive sampling method. Descriptive quantitative research was conducted through survey using questionnaire form from Google Docs, involving 300 respondents from Malaysia. The collected data were analysed by using SPSS version 20. The independent variable, which is Theory of Planned Behaviour involved 4 elements which is (1) Attitude, (2) Subjective Norms, (3) Perceived Behavioural Control (PBC) and (4) Knowledge. While the dependent variable studied of the Malaysian community acceptance towards Sunnah food. The suitable research theory implemented throughout the study is Theory of Planned Behaviour, which is chosen to observe the relationship among the components of TPB with the behaviour of consumer by taking into consideration the Sunnah advantages. Theory of planned behaviour were collected from various social media literatures that included both books and article journals (Rozilah Hamdan, 2013). The hypothesis testing gained by using Multiple Linear regression shows that there are two different reading which formed different results. The first results is based on Beta value which shows the most significant relationship between the independent towards the dependent variables. Thus the result indicated Knowledge (β = 0.422) is the strongest relationship towards dependent variables (acceptance). However, based on significant value in Coefficient Multiple Linear Regressions Analysis, the null hypothesis of Attitude (0.000), Subjective Norms (0.001), Perceived Behavioural Control (0.289) and Knowledge (0.000) is being accepted with significant value below than p=0.10. While when R-value indicates multiple R, which is the correlation of all the independent variables against dependent variable, which is 0.898.and the R2 which is 0.806 explain the amount of variance in the dependent variables by all the dependent variable