Nurmansyah, M. Andhy
Institute of Research and Community Service, University of Brawijaya

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Kudus and Its Sweet Soya Sauces Stories in Mediating Multiculturalism Learning Kewuel, Hipolitus Kristoforus; Efrizal, Efrizal; Nurmansyah, M. Andhy; Khasanah, Ismatul; Budiyanto, Ary
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Service, University of Brawijaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (648.671 KB) | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ijleg.2016.002.02.11


Multicultural reality of Indonesian society has encouraged many conflicts. Many people have tried to create a multicultural atmosphere. The scholars, politicians, and security forces attempted in their respective fields there are theoretical, ideal, and practical. This approach of simple ethnography research at Kudus reveals the unique role of these sweet soya sauces or ketchups. That is, it is not just being a condiment for flavoring the Kudus people dishes, but also already act as multicultural learning media. The good cooperation between the two ethnic groups, the Chinese as the owner of ketchup industries and their Javanese workers, clients, and customers have shown that these Ketchups has become one of the unifying elements that are commonly depicted always in a conflict; and  the latest event clashes between Chinese and pribumi at Kudus was in 1984. Thus, by looking at the Ketchups roles, this research shown that the ketchup industries in Kudus have melted the tongue and heart of Kudus people (China-Native) taste in a delicious thickened of ketchup liquid that always served at home, food-stalls, hotels, and restaurants.Keywords: Sweet Soya Sauces , Ketchup,  Media, Multiculturalism Learning, Kudus
STRENGTH-WEAKNESS-OPPROTUNITY-THREAT (SWOT) ANALYSIS TO ENHANCE PRODUCTIVITY OF BATIK INDUSTRY CENTRE IN EAST JAVA PROVINCE INDONESIA Dewi, Ika Atsari; Wijana, Susinggih; Nurmansyah, M. Andhy; Setiawan, Romy; Rohmah, Wendra G.; Rahmah, Nur Lailatul; Sari, Rheysa Permata
Journal of Community Research and Service Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Center of Community Service of State University of Medan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24111/jcrs.v1i2.9800


AbstractIt is acknowledged that the struggle faced by the batik industry, particularly in the Province of East Java, dealing with growth challenges caused by several factors: less attractive design, the conventional use of manual handling, and less governmental-institutional support. The purpose of thisstudy is to analyze the performance of centers of Batik industry in Sampang, Trenggalek and Tuban Regencies highlighting their related-production quality and quantity. The location selection of batik production centers is based on coordination with Department of Industry and Trade in each area. Data is collected through surveys and interviews. This study concludes several things. There are six production system elements analyzed in this research included technology (production capacity of batik), funding, raw material, human resources, marketing, and pattern design.Keywords: batik pattern, micro small medium entreprises, productivity