Fatimah, Nyayu
Pusat Penelitian Kemasyarakatan & Kebudayaan, Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia

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STRATEGI BERTAHAN HIDUP MASYARAKAT DESA RAP RAP Fatimah, Nyayu
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 15, No 2 (2013)
Publisher : P2KK LIPI

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The present study describes food security in Rap Rap Village, Tatapaan sub-District, South Minahasa District. This qualitative study use interview and observation. The results show that mapalus, a traditional value, has become a valuable asset in a social life. It has been embedded as culture in the Village of Rap Rap as the wealth basis in the society. Besides, mapalus implies a reciprocity principle, requiring the members of the society to help each other, either in good or bad time. This solidarity as an extended family has become a key and a driving force in the society. Keywords: poverty, food security, survival strategy
PENGARUH KONSENTRASI INDUSTRI TERHADAP KINERJA INDUSTRI GARAM Dl KOTA PALEMBANG Fatimah, Nyayu; Robiani, Bernadette; Effendi, Abbas
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 2, No 2 (2004): December
Publisher : Department of Development Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya

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This research is intended to analyze the effect of industrial concentration on industrial Performance of Salt Industry in Palembang. Industrial concentration is described  by concentration ratio of two largest firms (CR2) of output value. Growth wage rate is used to measure wage performance of Salt Industry in Palembang over aperiod  1994-2003. Industrial  Organization  Theory and  Wage Theoryare used to analyze  the performance  of salt industry during the years of 1994-2003. The data that used in this research are secondary data and primary data. The technique analysis used in this research is simple linier regression model. The results indicate that the concentration ratio of two largest firms (CR2) for output value effect on growth wage rate is equal to 10,7 percent and corelating between both variables is equal to 32,6 percent. The statistic   test   (t-test) indicates that industrial concentration effect on the industrial performances is significant. Therefore it can be concluded that industrial concentration which is measured by concentration ratio output value and industrial performance which is measured by growth wage rate have a positive relationship. Keywords: Industry, Concentration, Performance