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URBAN SPRAWL OF THE CITY OF YOGYAKARTA,SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE STAGEOF SPATIAL TRANSFORMATION (Case Study at Maguwoharjo Village, Sleman District) Giyarsih, Sri Rum
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 42, No 1 (2010): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The study was conducted in Maguwoharjo Village, Depok Sub-District,Sleman District, which is part of urban fringe area experiencing regionaltransformation. This study aims at understanding the regional transformationstages in the location studied. The survey method using in-depth interviews withsome informants was implemented. The data analysis was done descriptivequalitatively. From this study, it is found out that spatial distribution of regionaltransformation stages is closely associated with street connection and growthareas. Some areas directly bordering on Yogyakarta-Surakarta roads have higherregional transformation intensity than villages distant from the streets and growthareas.
Spatial Zonation Model of Local Irrigation System Sustainability (A Case of Subak System in Bali) Sriartha, I Putu; Giyarsih, Sri Rum
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This study was aimed at designing a spatial zonation model of a subak sustainability type based on the internal and external dimentions from 69 subaks in three districts in Badung regency. The internal dimention was measured based on subak capability index in implementing Tri Hita Karana (THK) philosophy. The external dimention was measured by using index of four variables, namely: road density, population density, social economic facilities, and number of nonfarmer families.The data were analyzed using descriptive quantitative technique and spatial analysis using Geographical Information System (GIS) software. The results found three zones of subak sustainability type, spatially follows the principle of distance decay of the growth of tourism and city center. Unsustainable - less sustainable subak zone dominates short distance zone, sustainable - less sustainable subak zone dominates transitional zone, while sustainable subak zone dominates long distance zone. To protect subak from destruction, less sustainable subaks have to be restored into sustainable ones and the sustainable subaks should be made eternal/exclusive subaks
Regional Management of Areas with Indications of Urban Sprawl in the Surrounding Areas of Universitas Muhammadiyah, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Giyarsih, Sri Rum
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 49, No 1 (2017): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This research was conducted in the surrounding areas of a university, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY), which is administratively located in Tamantiro Village, Kasihan District, Bantul Regency, the Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It aims to formulate the regional management of the surrounding areas as they have been presenting the indications of urban sprawl. It used a qualitative method with research data obtained from in-depth interviews to 22 informants including governmental agencies (7 informants), academics (6 informants), entrepreneurs (5 informants), and villagers (4 informants). The informants were sampled using purposive sampling method. Data processing and analysis were conducted using qualitative descriptive method, i.e. (1) data reduction, (2) data presentation, and (3) data conclusion. Data validation and reliability tests were conducted using source triangulation method. The results show that the stakeholders proposed various management strategies to improve the positive impacts and, at the same time, reduce the negative impacts of urban sprawl. These management strategies include (1) consistency in implementing spatial planning regulation, (2) spatial synergism in development planning, implementation, and monitoring, (3) assistance to the native people and the migrants, and (4) integration between the university and the village.