https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/issue/feed HABITAT 2022-08-01T00:00:00+00:00 Setiyo Yuli Handono habitat@ub.ac.id Open Journal Systems <h3><img src="https://habitat.ub.ac.id/public/site/images/rizki/homepageimage-en-us-1.jpg" alt="" width="842" height="595" /></h3> <p><strong><a href="http://issn.pdii.lipi.go.id/issn.cgi?daftar&amp;1367289034&amp;1&amp;&amp;" target="_blank" rel="noopener">E-ISSN 2338-2007</a> | <a href="http://issn.pdii.lipi.go.id/issn.cgi?daftar&amp;1180433076&amp;1&amp;&amp;" target="_blank" rel="noopener">P-ISSN 0853-5167</a></strong></p> <p><strong>HABITAT</strong> is a periodic journal corporation with Department of Agribusiness Faculty of Agriculture, Brawijaya University and collaborate with PERHEPI. This journal focuses on the area of social economic agriculture issues as well as current research on agrarian and its related concepts, namely natural resources management, analysis on policies of agriculture development, energy and food. As enrichment, every publication will present book review of current issues in the area of social economy agriculture. HABITAT Journal is published on April, August, and December. More information on article submission please <strong><a href="https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/management/settings/context//index.php/habitat/about/contact">contact us</a></strong>.</p> <p>HABITAT Journal is indexed in:</p> <p>SINTA Indonesia, Garba Rujukan Digital (GARUDA), Microsoft Bing, Crossref, Google Scholar, DOAJ, ROAD, and WIKIDATA.</p> https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/3392 The Effect Supply Chain Management Practices and Supply Chain Integration on The Performance of Malang City SMEs 2022-04-08T07:46:45+00:00 Tirta Yoga tirtayoga13@gmail.com Djoko Koestiono d.koestiono@ub.ac.id Agustina Shinta agustina.fp@ub.ac.id <p>This study aimed to know whether there is a significant effect of supply chain management practices and supply chain integration on Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) performance in the food and beverage agroindustry of Malang City. This research used a quantitative approach conducted in Malang City in 2021. The data were collected through a questionnaire from 100 MSMEs in the food and beverage agroindustry of Malang City. The hypothesis in this research was tested using the analysis method of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) by using Partial Least Square (PLS). The study was able to prove the existence of a significant effect of Supply Chain Management and Supply Chain integration on the performance of MSMEs agroindustry. MSMEs should continue to improve and implement Supply Chain Management practices because these factors are proven to affect operational performance.</p> 2022-08-02T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/3427 Examining Consumer Preferences and Willingness to Pay for Organic Vegetable Attributes: Using a Discrete Choice Experiment 2022-04-01T08:41:59+00:00 Heptari Elita Dewi heptari@ub.ac.id Anisa Aprilia anisa.asa@ub.ac.id Andrean Eka Hardana andreanhardana@yahoo.co.id Imaniar Ilmi Pariasa pariasa_17@yahoo.com <p>This research aims to identify consumer attitudes toward organic green vegetables by estimating the degree of Willingness To Pay (WTP) for various attributes to evaluate the position of these organic vegetables and determine preferences for organic green vegetables based on income. This study used an online survey with 191 respondents on Java Island. The Discrete Choice Experiment was used to investigate product selection, WTP, and the relationship between the four characteristics of vegetables and income. The findings showed that consumers prefer organic and pesticide-free vegetables that are good for health, have low chemical emissions and a lower environmental impact, and are less expensive than non-organic vegetables. This is a challenge for producers and marketers to develop responsible input management strategies to produce high-quality vegetables at a low cost and with minimal environmental impact.</p> 2022-08-02T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/3435 Awareness of Household Food Waste Management with A Zero-Waste Concept: A Preliminary Study 2022-05-19T07:46:31+00:00 Anisa Aprilia anisa.asa@ub.ac.id Novi Haryati noviharyati@ub.ac.id Heptari Elita Dewi heptari@ub.ac.id Imaniar Ilmi Pariasa pariasa@ub.ac.id Andrean Eka Hardana andrean@ub.ac.id Rachman Hartono rachman.fp@ub.ac.id Djoko Koestiono d.koestiono@ub.ac.id Effy Yuswita e.yuswita@ub.ac.id Fitria Dina Riana fitria.fp@ub.ac.id Silvana Maulidah silvana.fp@ub.ac.id Dwi Laila Maulida maulidadwi99@gmail.com Usda Kristina Tassariya usda.kt@gmail.com <p>This is pilot study designed to ascertain college students' understanding of domestic food waste management using an online questioner. The descriptive results section of the report is used to describe the central tendency of the data collected for each variable. Meanwhile, the people who took part in the research were all part of a webinar on waste management that was led by people from universities and environmental groups. The findings indicated that students' knowledge of domestic food waste management remained diverse. Some of them continue to view waste management as a time-consuming and demanding activity. Community understanding about waste management, especially food, should be given early and started at home. As a result, environmentally friendly activities must be regularly promoted and implemented at the school, university, government, and community levels in order to improve people's quality of life.</p> 2022-08-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/3437 Improving Employee Productivity Through TQM with the Meditating effect of ICR 2022-06-24T04:27:38+00:00 Renno Werdiavy rennosw@gmail.com Abdul Wahib Muhaimin abd.wahib@ub.ac.id Silvana Maulidah silvana.fp@ub.ac.id <p>Because of the high level of competition, businesses need to have an excellent quality management system, which they may attain through Total Quality Management (TQM), to improve their chances of succeeding in the marketplace. It will benefit the productivity of the company's personnel, who are the primary resource in any activity the organization undertakes. ICR needs to be supported by the deployment of TQM in the organization. This demands the company's employees be prepared to face change and improve the quality of their products and processes. This study aims to investigate the impact of TQM dimensions on employee productivity and the function that ICR plays as a mediator in the connection between TQM and employee productivity. Between the months of January and March of 2022, this investigation was carried out at a cocoa agroindustry company located in Bali. Total sampling, also known as a census, is the method of data collection, and structural equation modeling using partial least squares is the approach selected for data analysis (SEM-PLS). According to the findings, the TQM component has a beneficial impact on staff productivity and helps to promote the effect of change readiness, which acts as a mediator.</p> 2022-08-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/3447 Analysis The Effect Of Work Motivation And Competence On Employee Performance (Study On Employee’s PT JCI Padang, West Sumatera) 2022-06-17T08:31:25+00:00 Yusti Mauriska Choirunnisa yustimch@gmail.com Djoko Koestiono d.koestiono@ub.ac.id <p>This research was conducted at PT Japfa Comfeed Indonesia Unit Padang, which is an animal feed processing company the biggest and leading in the country. The study aims to describe and analyze the effect of work motivation and competence on employee performance at PT JCI Padang.The approach to this research uses probability sampling with simple random sampling technique. The sample used in this study was staff at the junior management level which numbered 47 people. This research method uses SEM-PLS (Structural Equation Model-Partial Least Square) to see how much influence exogenous variables have on endogenous variables using WarpPLS 6.0 software. The results of this study indicate that: (1) Work motivation has a positive and highly significant effect on employee performance of 0.556, (2) Competence has a positive and highly significant effect on employee performance of 0.333. The lowest indicator value on work motivation and competence is the need for existence and attitude. Therefore the company is expected to review the salary issues received by employees and the company should provide training about problem solving solutions.</p> 2022-08-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/3426 Understanding Social Capital in Management of Community Forest in Indonesia 2022-06-02T08:32:18+00:00 Silvi Nur Oktalina silvi.nuroktalina@ugm.ac.id Wiyono wiyono.putro@ugm.ac.id Aneka Prawesti Suka silvi.nuroktalina@ugm.ac.id Achmad Rizal H. Bisjoe silvi.nuroktalina@ugm.ac.id Nurhaedah Muin silvi.nuroktalina@ugm.ac.id Digby Race drace@usc.edu.au <p>Community forests are defined as forests that grow on private land and are managed by farmers on a small scale. Most of the community forests in Indonesia are managed by farmers, who mostly use social capital in community forest management. Understanding social capital of farmers in managing community forests is important to empower them. This research was a survey conducted by involving 240 respondents in three districts: Bulukumba (South Sulawesi Province), Gunungkidul (Yogyakarta Special Province), and Pati (Central Java Province). The research showed that majority of the farmers believed that community forests can support their livelihoods. Moreover, the research used trust, norm, and network to measure the social capital employed in the community forest management. The result revealed some trusted stakeholders for intervention in community forest management across the study locations were other farmers, farmer group committees, and farmer groups. Meanwhile, the norms that the farmers used in community forest were tradition and custom. In addition, the farming network was identified to understand behavior of the farmers in forest product marketing. A total of 68% of the farmers sell timber, whereas the others (52%) sell crops. Traders are the most important stakeholder in community forest product marketing. From this identification of social capital, we could develop appropriate strategies for intervention to manage the community forests for sustainable community forest management.</p> 2022-08-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/3443 Sustainable Livelihood Asset-Based Strategy for Rosella Farmers in Pagung Village, Semen District, Kediri Regency 2022-07-01T04:19:04+00:00 Demmy Filsafa Ratna Putra demmyfilsafarp@gmail.com Budi Setiawan budi.fp@ub.ac.id Dwi Retno Andriani dwiretno.fp@ub.ac.id <p>Rosella commodity prices, in the range of 15,000 to 30,000, are still relatively low and unstable. Therefore, it is a factor of low motivation in rosella farming. On the other hand, rosella as an annual crop with one big harvest certainly has an impact on farmers' income. The research approach used is a quantitative approach. In this study, livelihood strategies are based on asset characteristics that can be accessed by farmers using 43 respondents and livelihood vulnerability index (LVI) analysis and descriptive analysis. Based on the findings, it showed that the characteristics of the asset that is the lowest accessed and the highest level of vulnerability by rosella farmers is social Asset due to the dependence on meeting their daily needs from government assistance. The results of the study showed that the consolidation strategy was the most appropriate strategy in the context of sustainable livelihoods for rosella farmers through the use of yards to raise cattle or goats. The choice of strategy is based on the lack of access to social Asset for farmers' livelihoods. Where, by raising livestock, farmers can earn additional income outside of rosella farming.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/383 Household Food Security Analysis Case Study on Sustainable Food House Area Program (KRPL) in Bandungrejosari Village, Sukun District, Malang 2021-05-28T16:54:16+00:00 Tartila Fitri tartilafitri@gmail.com Iid Mufaidah iid_mufaidah@yahoo.com Nuhfil Hanani nuhfil.fp@ub.ac.id Hery Toiba htoiba@ub.ac.id <p>The population of Indonesia increases every year, so there is an increase in demand for food, both commodities of grain, vegetables, fruit and others. If the demand for food continues to increase and is not supported by increasing food production there will also be food insecurity at certain times. The government's policy to overcome this problem is the Acceleration of Food Consumption Diversification (P2KP) and its program namely Sustainable Food House Area (KRPL). The purpose of this study is to analyze household food security using a quantitative aspect approach (TKE and TKP) and quality aspects (PPH score) The results of the study PPH scores achieved by KRPL participating households and not KRPL participants were 86.6 and 75.9, respectively. This value shows the pattern of food consumption that has not varied. However, it can be seen that participating households of KRPL have more food consumption than households not participating in KRPL While the energy consumption and non-participant household protein of KRPL still have not reached the consumption recommendations set by the government, amounting to 1883.5 kcal / capita / day and 49.7 gram / capita / day.</p> 2022-08-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT https://habitat.ub.ac.id/index.php/habitat/article/view/593 The Perception and Interest of Career Choices in Agriculture: Case of Agroecotechnology and Agribusiness Students 2022-07-28T05:20:09+00:00 Dian Islami Prasetyaningrum dianislami@ub.ac.id Hafida Ruminar hafidaruminar@ub.ac.id Putra Irwandi putrairwandi15@student.ub.ac.id <p>The agricultural sector contributes almost half of the Indonesian economy. Based on data from BPS in 2019-2020, this sector provides food for more than 270 million people and dominates the source of income in Indonesia by 33.4 million (27.33%). Unfortunately, the high opportunity and prospects are accompanied by a lack of enthusiasm among the younger generation to pursue agricultural careers, resulting in a decline in regeneration. Some influential factors included: (1) the perception that the agricultural sector is less promising in the future, (2) the lack of prestige of relatively low salaries, and (3) the existence and influence of social strata in the community. The current study aimed to investigate students' perceptions and interests, particularly those of agricultural students, concerning their career choices and corroborate the phenomena of the young generation's falling interest in agricultural careers. The participants were 100 agriculture students from the Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Brawijaya (FP UB). The study implemented a quantitative approach with a survey method. The data were analyzed using Tableau. The results showed that there were two dominant factors, external and internal, that influenced the career choices of agriculture students. Additionally, the responses from the students based on gender (male and female) were also different. The findings of this study provide a broader view on how to improve students' interest in agricultural careers through external and internal assistance, namely motivation and practical experiences during the academic year.</p> 2022-08-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 HABITAT