Wacana Journal of Social and Humanity Studies 2022-12-02T00:00:00+00:00 Mochamad Chazienul Ulum Open Journal Systems <p>Welcome to the Wacana Journal, electronic journals published Graduate Program, Universitas Brawijaya.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">WACANA Journal publishes scientific papers on the research and scientific studies in the scope of humanities and social studies, such as anthropology, studies, business, communication studies, corporate governance, criminology, the study of cross-cultural, demographic, economic studies of development, the study of education and ethics, social geography, the study of information technology management, industrial relations, international relations, legal studies, media studies, political science, the study of population dynamics, the study of psychology, the study of public administration, social welfare, religious studies and linguistics.</p> Behavioral Analysis of Caring Nurses In Hospital Inpatient Rooms: Systematic Literature Review 2022-11-14T04:45:46+00:00 Putri Labibah Asrianto Sipayung Zahroh Shaluhiyah Luky Dwiantoro <p>Nursing services are based on the caring attitude of nurses who can improve the quality of nursing services. The caring behavior of nurses is provided through an approach where nurses work by increasing their concern for patients. But this is influenced by caring efficacy where a nurse is confident to express her concern for the patient. Previous research has explained that the prevalence of caring nurse behavior in some regions is indeed different. For this reason, further comparison and analysis are needed to be related to research on caring nurse behavior. A Literature search is carried out between 2017 and 2022 using the PubMed, Science Direct, Scopus, Google Scholar, and Proquest databases. The terms used in the search are factors, nurses caring behavior, inpatients, and hospitals. Inclusion and exclusion criteria are also applied in the search for related research articles. The percentage value of nurse-caring behavior has various categories, where the percentage of good nurse-caring behavior includes Indonesia, Ethiopia, the United States, Korea, Iran, and Singapore. Various studies have shown that many factors can influence nurse’s caring behavior, which can be classified into three main factors: 1) Individual Factors, including age, education, and length of service; 2) Psychological Factors, including co-worker relationships and job satisfaction; and 3) Organizational Factors, including supervision and workload. A systematic review of the three main factors influencing nurses’ caring behavior is expected to be a reference material in determining strategies for improving hospital HR skills, especially among nurses.</p> 2023-02-14T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Wacana Journal of Social and Humanity Studies Prevalence and Risk Factors of Nurse Work Stress During The Covid-19 Pandemic in Hospitals: Systematic Literature Review 2022-11-14T04:44:18+00:00 Umi Fatikhatul Luthfiyah Chriswardani Suryawati Antono Suryoputro <p>The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the health sector. Nurses are always active participants in implementing COVID-19 Pandemic interventions during the pandemic. The shortage of nursing resources has an impact on the workload of nurses who are on the front lines of the pandemic. The increased workload will affect the nurse's work stress. The purpose of this article was to evaluate the prevalence of nurse work stress and the risk factors for nurse work stress in hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic. The literature search was conducted between 2020 and 2022. The literature search was performed using the databases: PubMed, Science Direct, ResearchGate, Scopus, Proquest, Springer Link, and Cambridge. The search terms used are a factor; nurses; stress; the COVID-19 pandemic; hospital. Inclusion and exclusion criteria were also applied in the search for related research articles. Countries that experience high levels of work stress include Egypt, Indonesia, Korea, Tunisia, and Murat. Factors that cause nurse work stress can be classified into 3 main risk factors, namely: 1) Socio-Demographic, including age, gender, marital status, and work experience; 2) Behavior and Health, including social support, exposure to COVID-19 infection, the death at work; 3) Hospital Organization, covering workload, work shifts, burnout, education and training, availability of PPE. A systematic review of the risk factors for nurses' work stress during the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to be a reference material in determining mental health strategies for hospital human resources, especially among nurses.</p> 2023-02-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Wacana Journal of Social and Humanity Studies Analysis of the Relationship between Telecommuting with Work-Life Balance and Job Satisfaction (Meta-Analysis Study) 2022-08-28T21:18:53+00:00 Riki Setiawan Endang Siti Astuti Kusdi Raharjo <p>This study aims to examine and analyze the relationship between telecommuting with work-life balance and job satisfaction. The data analysis technique used in this study is meta-analysis correlation—used to see the relationship between two variables by utilizing the results of previous correlation studies, which consist of two main components; calculating the effect size and summary effect. The number of studies used as relevant data in the study was 18 journals containing 26 statistical data used as material for data analysis. The data is processed using a statistical tool, JASP software version 0.14.1 2020. The results show that telecommuting can increase work-life balance and job satisfaction for members of the organization that runs it, as well as the work-life balance, which can create a strong relationship with job satisfaction in the context of implementing telecommuting.</p> 2023-04-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Wacana Journal of Social and Humanity Studies