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ANALISIS POSISI PUSAT KOTA KENDARI BERDASARKAN ASPEK AKSESIBILITAS WILAYAH Rianse, Usman; magribi, muhammad; soesilowati, rice
Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Research indicates that the stadia development of Kendari city centers and community activities are inclined to change, especially for the villages that have not been examined closely to determine the actual position or the highest order within the city of Kendari. Based on the background of the problem, the purpose of this study was to analyze the orders of each village; to analyze the typologies and models of accessibility; and to analyze the location of the central bussiness district areas within the city of Kendari. This research is of explanatory or descriptive quantitative research. The populations of the study were all villages in the city of Kendari. The sample comprised 64 villages. Secondary data analysis suggests that the order of the city as measured by the total population within each of the village areas of the municipality of Kendari, using Christaler, ZIFT, and Rank Size Rule methods, is as follows: typologically, there were as many as 30 very fast growing villages (46.88%), 15 fast growing villages (23.44%), 11 medium growing villages (17.19%), 6 slow growing villages (9.38%), and 2 very slow growing villages (3.13%). The location of the central bussiness districts in the city of Kendari began to be concentrated in Mandonga, Wua-Wua, Kadia, Poasia and Puwatu.
THE IMPACT OF THE GOLD MINING ON THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, ANDCULTURAL IN THE BOMBANA DISTRICT SOUTHEAST SULAWESI PROVINCE Rianse, Usman; Abdullah, Weka Gusmiarty; Abdi, Abdi La; Rianse, Ilma Sarimustaqiyma; Zulfikar, Zulfikar La; Baka, Wa Kuasa; Midi, La Ode; Widayati, Weka
International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Sciences Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
Publisher : International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Sciences

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The phenomenon of a gold mine brings a lot of changes in peoples daily life in the Bombana District. This study aims to: (a) Aware of the social and cultural changes in society before and after the gold mining business, and (b) Knowing the changes in peoples income before and after the gold mining business. The study population is the people who are in the gold mining sites.  This study result, namely: (a)  Gold  mining  have  negative impact  on social, economic, and cultural of communities around the gold mining area. Social, economic, and cultural societies tend to be in better shape before the gold mining. Average income communities after the gold mining increase by Rp 755.392 per month. (c) Gold mining do not increase the welfare of society, especially for farmers. The implication of this study is the government should strictly supervise and tighten even a moratorium against IUP, and gold mining companies should have corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the form of incentives to the affected communities of the businesses under their management in the fields of education, health, agriculture, economics, and culture as well as other aspects relating to the welfare of society.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERFORMANCE AND BENEFITS OF AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVE TOWARD FARMERS’ ECONOMY AND BEHAVIOUR IN THE DISTRICT OF KOLAKA Rianse, Ilma Sarimutaqiyma; Rianse, Usman; Hartono, Slamet; Suryantini, Any; Kuasa, Wa
International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Sciences Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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This study aimed to determine: (1) an analysis of the cooperative’s performance based on the  agricultural  criteria  in  the district  of Kolaka, according to  the guidelines  on cooperative fostering and  cooperative  classification;  (2)  the performance of  the cooperative  as perceived by  farmers  and  cooperatives management;  (3) determine  the benefits gained by farmers as members of cooperatives; (4) an analysis of the relationship between performance and the benefits obtained by farmers as a cooperative member. The results showed that,  based on the  Guidelines  for  Cooperatives  Classification,  the performance of agricultural cooperatives in Kolaka in 2007 was on the average of 61.58 and fell within the “quite well” category. In 2008 the average performance of 62.05 and cooperatives are included in the category quite well. In2009, the average performance of the cooperatives was  62.38, remaining in the same  category.  In 2010  the  average performance was 61.28, also staying  in the category of “quite well”. Furthermore,  the management of cooperatives as well as the majority of stakeholders considered that the agricultural cooperatives in Kolaka met the criteria of “quite well”, as many as 48.75%. The majority of  respondents  (65%) considered the agricultural cooperatives  in Kolaka helpful.  Based on  SEM  analysis,  the relationship  of  the agricultural  cooperative performance was found  to be positively correlated  to the benefits obtained by farmers. Standardized  coefficient  value  of 0.85  has a value  of  14.40t statistic.  Standardized coefficient value of 0.85 indicates that the performance and benefits of the cooperative have  a real  relationship  closeness.  Sequentially  the  components  of  performance  that contribute  from  the  largest to  the smallest are, firstly, the concern for the community, which is equal to0.86. The component of voluntary and open membership component is 0.80.  The component of  democratic  control  by members  is 0.79.  The component of economic participation of member is 0.71. And the component of education and training is  0.25.  Regarding the  components of  the  cooperative  benefits,  the components that contributes  sequentially,  from  the  largest to  the smallest, are  the economic benefits of marketing,  that is equal to 0.96;the benefits of a large savings and loan with 0.88;  the economic benefits of farmers needs 0.86; and social benefits 0.48.
ANALISIS GAYA BELAJAR DAN PERILAKU BISNIS PENGUSAHA KECIL BIDANG AGRIBISNIS DI KOTA KENDARI Rianse, Usman
Jurnal AGRISEP JURNAL AGRISEP VOL 12 NO 2 2013
Publisher : Prodi Agribisnis Jurusan Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Bengkulu

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The absence of information regarding business learning styles and behavior of small entrepreneurs in the agribusiness field in Kendari city can lead to less precise determination of creative economic policy in the Kendari city. This study aims to: determine the type of business learning style and behavior of small entrepreneurs in the agribusiness field in Kendari city. Analysis of learning styles performed by calculating the level of rank (from left to right) was made by the respondents to the questionnaire that has been provided based on the level of compatibility with the learning behavior of respondents. Analysis of the entrepreneurs’s behavior carried out by observing the dominance of respondents’s answering on the questionnaire (19 questions) that have been provided. The results showed that learning style of the small entrepreneurs in the agribusiness field in Kendari city spread into 4 (four) types of learning styles, in the following order: 38.89% assimilator type, 27.78% converger type, 16.67% respectively for acomodator and diverger type. Business behavior of small entrepreneurs in the agribusiness field in Kendari city clustered on the behavior of III (100%), nomely the ethical business behavior (clean businness). Among that entrepreneurs who behave 100% clean business behavior, there were 38.89% of entrepreneurs who conduct very strong (high) clean business and 61.11% who conduct rather low clean business.Keywords: Learning Styles, Business Behavior, Small Entrepreneur, Agribusiness
ANALISIS POSISI PUSAT KOTA KENDARI BERDASARKAN ASPEK AKSESIBILITAS WILAYAH Rianse, Usman
Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Research indicates that the stadia development of Kendari city centers and community activities are inclined to change, especially for the villages that have not been examined closely to determine the actual position or the highest order within the city of Kendari. Based on the background of the problem, the purpose of this study was to analyze the orders of each village; to analyze the typologies and models of accessibility; and to analyze the location of the central bussiness district areas within the city of Kendari. This research is of explanatory or descriptive quantitative research. The populations of the study were all villages in the city of Kendari. The sample comprised 64 villages. Secondary data analysis suggests that the order of the city as measured by the total population within each of the village areas of the municipality of Kendari, using Christaler, ZIFT, and Rank Size Rule methods, is as follows: typologically, there were as many as 30 very fast growing villages (46.88%), 15 fast growing villages (23.44%), 11 medium growing villages (17.19%), 6 slow growing villages (9.38%), and 2 very slow growing villages (3.13%). The location of the central bussiness districts in the city of Kendari began to be concentrated in Mandonga, Wua-Wua, Kadia, Poasia and Puwatu.
Affirmation of the Trade Performance between Islands as Shield of Indonesia Confront MEA Abdi, Abdi; Rianse, Usman; Abdullah, Weka Gusmiarty; Fausayana, Ine; Rianse, Ilma Sari Mustaqiyama
International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Sciences Vol 2, No 1 (2015)
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AbstractIndonesia is a maritime country with many unutilize resources but high in experiences in the world trade pass through ocean. However, in this era, the ocean and the fishery sector of Indonesia confront the new challenge called Asian Economy Society (MEA). The Policy of accelerating the Ocean and the fishery industrialization is one of the strategic step to face MEA. It must be sinergistic with the increase of the trade performance between islands. The increase of the trade performance between islands could be done by constructing new harbor through the approachment of “Tol Laut” and the change of consumer behavior. It will affect in : (1) The increase of market share in the ocean and the fishery comodity in Global Market ; (2) The Acceleration of the Ocean and the fishery industrialization ; (3) The increase of value of the ocean and the fishery comodity ; (4) The increase of The state’s income ; (5) The increase of fhiserman and fish farmer prosperity ; (6) The Defense of The Unity of the Republic of Indonesia.Key Word : MEA, trade between Islands, performance, Industrialization
THE RISKS OF AREN SUGAR PROCESSING BUSINESS IN KOLAKA DISTRICT SOUTH EAST SULAWESI Abdullah, Weka Gusmiarty; Rianse, Usman; Iswandi, Marsuki; A Taridala, Sitti Aida; Widayati, Weka; Fausayana, Ine; Yunus, Lukman; Dirgantoro, M Arif
International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Sciences Vol 2, No 1 (2015)
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AbstractBusiness of aren sugar processing intends to providing alternative sweetener source to fulfill sugar demand for community. Nonetheless, every business has a risk particularly agricultural product in general, including aren sugar processing business in which the raw resources were obtained from aren.The purpose of this research was to analyze the type and stage of risk related to aren sugar processing business in Kolaka District. Simple random sampling method was used to decide sample on this research. Quantitative descriptive analysis and coefficient of variance was used to analyze types and stages of risk in aren sugar processing business. The result of the research showed that there are six type risks on the extraction process, five type risks on aren cooking process, and one type risk on marketing. Risk types which have quantification value is analyzed for its risk stages, including raw material risk, production risk and price risk. Raw material risk had the highest stage of risk among other risks. Authority for endorsing continuity and development of aren sugar processing business was a based-risk development strategy, especially for raw material risk, as well as mentoring of production risk and marketing management.Keywords. risk, profit, aren sugar processing business
LOCAL WISDOM OF FARMERS IN MEETING OF LOCAL FOOD KUASA, WA; RIANSE, USMAN; WIDAYATI, WEKA; SIDU, DASMIN; ABDULLAH, Weka GUSMIARTY; ZULFIKAR, ZULFIKAR LA; SYUKUR, LA ODE; RIANSE, ILMA SARIMUSTAQIYMA
International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Sciences Vol 2, No 1 (2015)
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Abstract.The objective of this study were to describe types and form of local wisdom in meeting of local food and its implementation compare with the condition of 30 years ago. Populations of this study were farmers who have farming experience more than 30 years. Qualitative analysis was be used in this study. The study results showed that there were some types of farmer’s local wisdoms, consist of land opening, land preparing, cultivation, harvesting, and processing of farm products. Types of local wisdom such as agriculture systems, and ritual ceremonies. An agriculture system in land preparing was slash and burn system, in the procedure of planting and maintenance of plants in the form of a system of rotation and intercropping, while the processing of agricultural product is done by prescription obtained hereditary. Ritual ceremonial among others; Kasalasa, Kaago-ago, and Kasambuwite. Local wisdom that are still maintained in land preparing by slash and burn system, in cultivation with rotation and intercropping system, and in processing of agricultural product into comestible durable. Traditional rituals began experiencing fading due to the times and increased demands of life.Keyword: local wisdom, farmers, local food
Faktor-Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Produksi Padi Sawah (Oriza sativa L) di Kelurahan Unaasi Kecamatan Anggaberi Kabupaten Konawe Muliyanti, Sri; Rianse, Usman; Abdullah, Weka Gusmiarty
Jurnal Ilmiah Membangun Desa dan Pertanian Vol 4, No 4 (2019)
Publisher : Department of Agribusiness Halu Oleo University Kendari Southeast Sulawesi

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This study aims to determine the effect of production factors on the production of paddy rice in the Unaasi Sub-District of Anggaberi Sub-District, Konawe Regency. The population in this study were 220 lowland rice farmers. The sample in this study amounted to 69 respondents who were determined by the simple random sampling method. The analytical method used is regression analysis with the Cobb-Douglass production function equation. The results of this study indicate that the average yield of wetland rice from 69 respondents in the Unaasi Village of Anggaberi Subdistrict, Konawe Regency was 301 kg/ha with the highest yield of 500 kg/ha and the lowest yield of 100 kg/ha. The factors of production (land area, seeds, and fertilizer score) affect the production of wetland rice in the Unaasi Subdistrict, Anggaberi District, Konawe Regency. While the production factors (spontaneous pesticides, labor, and mutual cooperation) did not affect the production of paddy rice farming in the Unaasi Sub-District of Anggaberi District, Konawe Regency. This indicates that there are still opportunities for lowland rice farmers to increase their production output by optimizing the factors of production they have.
IDENTIFIKASI POHON AREN UNGGUL DI KOTA KENDARI SEBAGAI BAHAN BAKU PANGAN DAN SUMBER BENIH UNGGUL Rianse, Usman; Baka, Wa Kuasa; Abdullah, Weka Gusmiarty; Tamrin, Tamrin; Rianse, Ilma Sarimustaqiyma; Zulfikar, Zulfikar
Jurnal Sains dan Teknologi Pangan 2017: PROSIDING SEMINAR NASIONAL FKPT-TPI 2017
Publisher : JURUSAN ILMU DAN TEKNOLOGI PANGAN, UNIVERSITAS HALU OLEO

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi sebaran pohon aren unggul di Kota Kendari yangdapat digunakan sebagai bahan baku pangan dan sumber benih unggul. Pengidentifikasian pohon arenunggul dilakukan berdasarkan kriteria tanaman aren plus. Pohon aren yang diidentifikasi adalah pohonpohonarenproduktif,baikyangmerupakantanamanbudidayaataupuntumbuhsecaraliar.Pohon-pohonaren produktif dilabel, kemudian datanya direkam dan dioverlaykan ke dalam peta Rupa Bumi Indonesia(RBI) Sulawesi Tenggara (Bakosultarnal) sehingga dihasilkan peta sebaran pohon aren produktif di KotaKendari. Hasil penelitian ini adalah teridentifikasi 12,67% pohon aren unggul di Kota Kendari, dengansebaran 52,63% di wilayah Kecamatan Puuwatu dan 47,37% di Kecamatan Abeli. Kata kunci: Bahan baku pangan, pohon aren, unggul, sumber benih.