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Remitan dan Dampaknya dalam Kehidupan Masyarakat Desa Cabawan Kecamatan Margadana Tegal - Jawa Tengah (Dimensi Ekonomi, Sosial, dan Budaya) Sri Rahayu, Maria
PIRAMIDA Vol. 4, No. 2 Desember 2008
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Population mobility for some people is one of strategies of ruralhouseholds to improve their prosperity, and to make and increase their income.The reason why the tendency of mobility is moving forward to the urban area isbecause the economic condition of the rural area is not answering a demand ofproper living of the society. It is also because the urban area is offering morepromising and growing informal sectors such as the merchandising. Thepopulation mobility from the rural to the urban area result a dependabilitybetween the village and the city since the immigrants is sending their income totheir family at the hometown. Remittance, according to Curson, is a transfer ofmoney, goods, and development ideas from the urban area to the rural area, andis one of instruments of the social and economy changing on the way of living of asociety.This research is held at Cabawan Village, Margadana Subdistrict, TegalMunicipality, Central Java Province (from 1997 to 1998). Cabawan Village ischosen upon a consideration that the Cabawan society is a remittee since themajority of populations (77.9%) are food-mongers who have a Warteg business inJakarta and nearby cities, so the mean of support of the society is stronglydepending on the remittance from the food-mongers (Warteg businessman). Thisresearch is describing about a strong interdependence between the food-mongersand their families at their hometown, which is implemented in the form ofremittance that has a particular effect on the villagers’ way of living both in theaspects of economic, social, and cultural.The result of this research suggest that a remittance is having a veryimportant role in the way of living of Cabawan villagers since the food-mongerswho have a Warteg business in Jakarta and nearby cities is having a significantcontribution on the mean of support of the society. The majority of the Cabawanvillagers are strongly depending on the remittance. A quite significant amount ofremittance from the city to a village is resulting in an advancement andimprovement on the rural economic, changing on the social behavior in thesociety life style and way of living, and also has a significant effect on theproductive manpower in rural area.
STRATEGI PEDAGANG KAKI LIMA TERHADAP PERDA NO. 3 TAHUN 2000 (Studi Kasus di Lapangan Puputan Margarana Denpasar) Sri Rahayu, Maria
PIRAMIDA Vol. 5, No.2 Desember 2009
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Vendors or in Indonesian, PKL (Pedagang Kaki Lima) is one of modes incity transformation which is not separable from economic system of the city.Vendors are one of businesses which have high spirit of entrepreneurship but thissector often encounters difficulties. Policy of the government tends to marginalizethis sector. Rukmana (2005) said that vendors fenoment in economic system ofthe city isn’t the unsucess social group of the suburb economic system. The socialgroup is not the component of suburb economic which is to be responsibility ofcity development.This location of this research is the area of Lapangan Puputan Margaranathat is to be called Lapangan Renon, Denpasar. The location choised is based onsome reasons, such as 1) the area is prohibited for vendors and 2) the area is notfar from the center of city goverment.From the research, it could be concluded that vendors who remain in thearea does not mean that they oppose the government by violating the regulationbut that act (strategy) is done by rational factors. They have to do that becausethey have to fight for life, either it is economically, socially and culturally.