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LaGeografiA
ISSN : 14128187     EISSN : 26551284     DOI : https://doi.org/10.35580/lga
LaGeografia adalah open journal system yang menggunakan sistem peer-review pada jurnal yang di submit yang diterbitkan oleh Program Studi Pendidikan Geografi, Jurusan Geografi, Universitas Negeri Makassar. LaGeografia adalah jurnal Open-Access dan diterbitkan tiga kali setahun setiap bulan Oktober, Februari, dan Juni. Artikel/Jurnal yang diterbitkan dengan aim dan scope seputar Pendidikan Geografi dan Sosial Geografi.
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Potensi Konflik Sosial dalam Tradisi Upacara Adat Ma’ Baku-Baku pada Masyarakat Uru di Desa Ledan Kabupaten Enrekang Citra, Lisa
LaGeografia Vol 16, No 1 (2017): Oktober
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This study aims to determine (1). The process of the occurrence of social conflicts in the tradition of traditional ceremony Ma 'Baku-Baku in Uru community in Ledan Village Enrekang District. (2). To find out how the forms of social conflict in the tradition of traditional ceremony Ma 'Baku-Baku on Uru community in Ledan Village, Buntu Batu District Enrekang Regency. And (3). To find out how to prevent the occurrence of social conflict in the tradition of Ma 'Baku-Baku traditional ceremony in Uru society in Ledan Village, Buntu Batu Sub-district, Enrekang Regency. The data collection with the method of observation, interview, and documentation, while the analysis used in this research is descriptive qualitative. The results of this study indicate that there are six processes of conflict in the tradition tradition ceremony Ma 'Baku-Baku in Uru first society that is the arrival of Islamic organizations in Uru, both technological advances, the third the existence of high education, the fourth because the tradition began to slowly abandoned, and the fifth is the effort to eliminate the tradition of traditional ceremonies Ma 'Baku-Baku and the last is the effort to maintain the tradition. Then there are four forms of social conflict that occurred in the first Uru society that is conflict between families, the two conflicts between groups, the three social conflicts, the fourth is political conflict. And in this study found four government efforts in preventing the first conflict that is, mutual respect, strengthening family relationsships, more concerned with the group than the self, and be respectful.
Potensi dan Upaya Pemanfaatan Air Tanah untuk Meningkatkan Kehidupan Sosial Ekonomi Petani di Desa Lise Kabupaten Sidenreng Rappang Tannaim, Anida; Hasriyanti, Hasriyanti; Nasiah, Nasiah
LaGeografia Vol 18, No 1 (2019): Oktober
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This study aims to determine the potential and efforts to utilize groundwater, the comparison of production result between irrigation and rainfed farmers and how the socio-economic life of farmers in Lise? village, Pancalautang sub district, Sidenreng Rappang district. This research is quantitative descriptive. Data collection is done through observation, questionnaires and documentation. With data processing techniques with descriptive statistical analysis and inferential statistical analysis. The population in this study were 400 families, while the sample of this study was 80 families. Efforts to utilize ground water in Lise village for agricultural development have been carried out by the Ministry of PUPR through Groundwater Utilization (PAT) in the Central Pompengan-Jeneberang River Basin by drilling deep wells and shallow wells. The existence of groundwater irrigation in the village of Lise can help farmers to increase the yield of rice every year, where the comparison between the production of farmers in the irrigation group and rain fed groups with the difference in the difference is 0,8200 to 40,000. As for the socio-economic life of farmers in the village Lise 'can be said to be good. This is because most people choose to become farmers both cultivators and others. Farming experience for farmers affects land processing due to the amount of knowledge that has been applied. And affect the amount of production so that it can increase farmers' income.
Pelaksanaan Kurikulum 2013 Terhadap Mata Pelajaran Geografi di SMA Negeri 11 Makassar Jumrina, Jumrina
LaGeografia Vol 16, No 3 (2018): Juni
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This study aims to determine the application of the 2013 curriculum which can be seen from: 1) the teaching learning process viewed from the scientific approach. This research uses descriptive quantitative, data collection is done by using questionnaire techniques, interviews and observations. This sample is for all geography teachers at SMAN 11 Makassar. The data collected was analyzed using percentages. The results of the study showed that the Geography teacher of Makassar State High School had understood all the applicable rules, but the implementation of the teaching learning process activities had been carried out but was still not effective in implementing the scientific approach.
IMPLEMENTASI KURIKULUM 2013 PADA MATA PELAJARAN GEOGRAFI DI SMA NEGERI 4 WATAMPONE Eka Damayanti, Defrianti Kartika
LaGeografia Vol 17, No 1 (2018): Oktober
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This study aims to find out: 1) To find out how the 2013 curriculum implementation on Geography subjects at SMA 4 Watampone, 2) To find out what barriers teachers face in implementing the 2013 curriculum in 4 watampone public high schools, 3) For find out what efforts are made by the teacher to overcome obstacles in the implementation of the 2013 Curriculum on geographic subjects at SMA 4 Watapone. Data collection uses interviews, documentation and observation. The results of the study show that: 1). Implementation is the implementation or application carried out by a teacher in creating and growing various activities in accordance with the plans that have been programmed to achieve previously determined. The implementation of the 2013 curriculum at Watampone 4 Public High School has been running but it is still not in accordance with the standard set by the government, because in implementing the 2013 curriculum. Judging from the standard learning process that uses a scientific approach and learning processes that apply 5 M have not run properly, and are seen again from the existing facilities in the school, it is not yet complete in accordance with the requirements of the government that has been fixed, right. 2). Obstacles or constraints faced by teachers in the process of implementing the 2013 curriculum on Geogarfi subjects at SMA 4 Watampone namely the completeness of learning tools consisting of learning implementation plans (RPP), teaching material materials, student worksheets (LKPD), learning media , evaluation and assessment of facilities and infrastructure. 3). Teachers' Efforts to Overcome Obstacles in the Implementation of the 2013 Curriculum on Geography Learning in Watampone 4 High School, namely 1) Geography teachers are involved directly in 2013 curriculum development. 2) Evaluation of KTSP as the previous curriculum is needed. 3) Material adjustment geography in the 2013 curriculum.4) More intensifying geography teacher training in the implementation of the 2013 curriculum.5) Balanced geographic learning between theory and field learning, 6) Changing the mindset to the 2013 Curriculum mindset.7) Striving for school principals to be more attentive and motivating teachers, 9) improving facilities and infrastructure, 10) Making the best use of reference book resources, 11) Motivating oneself to be more enthusiastic, 12) Improving socialization of relations between fellow teachers, 13) Following socialization and training related to 2013 Curriculum is more active. etc.
Peran Lembaga Tudang Sipulung dalam Pengelolaan Usaha Tani di Kabupaten Bone Firdayanti, Firdayanti
LaGeografia Vol 17, No 3 (2019): Juni
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The results of this study show that: 1) there are no differences in the implementation of tudang sipulung at the district, sub-district and village level, except the participants. Thoseattending the village level are POKTAN, village extension officers, village security apparatus, POPT sub-district, Irrigation Department, in the Districts drained GAPOKTAN in all Sub-Districts, Sub-District Heads, security apparatus, PU. Irrigation,and POPT. The District Level presents stakeholders from the province and representatives from 27 sub-districts including the head of sub-district, POKTAN, PPL, Pananrang, corporate partners, experts and stakeholders. 2) Pananrang uses the calculation of the moon cycle, i.e. Muharram, observes natural phenomena and synchronizes between the phenomena with the Sipariamacalendar (an eight-year of the Hijri calendar) and the Gregorian calendar. 3) The problems resolution of tudang sipulung are the slow and less seed distribution so that the farmers undertake an initiative to provide themselves under the guidance of PPL, rare and expensivefertilizers, irrigation and pests. 4) The results of Pananrang and BMKG prediction are: the rain for the wet season (April-September) is almost the same related to the beginning planting season, i.e. the fourth week of April - early August, major pests are stem borer, planthopper and rats, the technology applied are direct seed planting tools, transplanterand direct planting in managing rice fields and seed varieties used per sector are ciliwungin the Bone Kota sector; IR 66, Ciliwung and inpari 30 in Bone West sector;inpari 30 in Bone Selatan sector; mekongga, sentani 14, ciliwung and inpari 30 in Bone Timursector; ciliwung, inpari 30, inpari 33 and cigelis in Bone Utara sector.
Persepsi Siswa Tentang Full Day School Terhadap Hasil Belajar Geografi IPS Kelas XI SMA Negeri 5 Kabupaten Luwu Anggraini, Ningsi
LaGeografia Vol 17, No 2 (2019): Februari
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This study aims to find out: 1) Application of students about full day school; 2) student learning outcomes; 3) students' application of full day school to learning outcomes. This research is an ex post facto research. The independent variable is the application of students about full day school and the dependent variable is student learning outcomes. The population of class XI IPS students amounted to 86 students, the sample was taken 100%, namely 86 students. Data collection through observation, questionnaires, and documentation of students' final grades. Data analysis used descriptive and inferential analysis of Product Moment correlation, simple liner regression and multivariate analysis. The results of the study show that: 1) the application of full day school has a percentage of 42.36%, which is quite good; 2) student learning outcomes have a percentage of 47.67% including very good categories; 3) the results of the multivariate analysis showed that the full school variable had a significant effect on learning outcomes with a significant 0.00 <0.05. This meant that Ha was accepted and Ho was rejected. This means that the better the implementation of full school, the better the student learning outcomes and vice versa. This can be shown by the equation Y = 35.840 + 0.601X with a correlation coefficient of 0.883 and a coefficient of determination of 0.78. This figure shows that the fullday school system affects 78% of students' geography learning outcomes, while the remaining 22% is affected by other factors not examined in this study.
Prospek Industri Meubel Terhadap Pendapatan Keluarga Pengrajin Di Kelurahan Malewang Kecamatan Polombangkeng Utara Kabupaten Takalar Hasmiati, Hasmiati
LaGeografia Vol 16, No 2 (2018): Februari
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Research aims to understand : 1) What factors that supports and hindered the development of industry furniture 2) How distribution marketing industry furniture 3) Is there influence significant industry furniture. The variables that will be investigated in this study , which is the amount of raw materials , amount of capital , the amount of labor , technology to be used , amount of produce , the distribution of marketing , level of income , a population of which is 25  Entrepreneurs , data collection through technique observation , interview , documentation .Then in analysis using descriptive statistics and inferential .  The research results show 1). Factors that support in developing industry furniture there are locations , strategic , raw materials available , labor skilled , advanced technology .Factors that impede in developing industry furniture and: limited capital , transportation used still using a rent  2) Distribution markets for produce furniture through orders directly to the locations of industry , through shops nearest , and distribution of to various regions that is makassar , gowa , sinjai , bantaaeng , bulukumba , bone 3) Capital and produce having influence a significant impact on income the bigger capital the higher income results furniture, including with the volume of production, the bigger the volume of production the bigger also the income . The development of industry furniture in malewang village polombangkeng utara district  and takalar regency have qualified when viewed from the perspective of the results of prosuksi and the location of marketing
Kajian Tingkat Kesejahteraan Pewalet di Kecamatan Duampanua Kabupaten Pinrang Fadillah, Nurul; Zhiddiq, Sulaiman; Abbas, Ibrahim
LaGeografia Vol 18, No 1 (2019): Oktober
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The purpose of this study is what is the level of income concerned has a positive impact on the level of welfare of their household. the population in this study were 117 owner of swallow  in District Duampanua all of swallow owners are drawn into the research sample.this study uses quantitative and qualitative of data. Data collection is done by observation, interviews, questionnaires and documentation techniques.The analysis techniques of data use quantitative and qualitative approaches. From the results of the research, the high category of swallow owners' welfare, namely health and nutrition, the level and pattern of consumption, housing and the environment while including the category of population, education, social and other employment. the results of the analysis show that the number of swallow owners who are included in the high level of welfare is 3 respondent. The results of the analysis show that the number of swallow owners who are included in the high level of welfare is 3 respondent.
Analisis Pemanfaatan Hutan Mangrove dan Kontribusinya Terhadap Pendapatan Rumah Tangga Masyarakat di Pulau Tanakeke Kabupaten Takalar Saputro, Alief; Nyompa, Sukri; Arfan, Amal
LaGeografia Vol 18, No 1 (2019): Oktober
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This research is a type of qualitative research with the sampling technique used was purposive sampling with a sample size of 38 respondents. Data collection techniques used are 1) observation techniques, 2) interview techniques, 3) documentation techniques. The results of this study are 1) the people of Tanakeke Island, Takalar Regency use the mangrove forest as a place to meet the needs and improve the family's economy or take fisheries resources to be marketed, some people use the magrove forest to take firewood and some are included in the farmer group, 2) Tanakeke Island community Takalar Regency manages mangrove forests with mangrove nursery activities, participates in mangrove planting on its own / group / agency initiative, cleansing land for mangrove planting activities and the community manages mangrove forests by caring for mangrove ecosystems that have been planted, 3) Contribution of forests mangrove by 66.13% of the household household income on Tanakeke Island, Takalar Regency.
Usaha Tiram Di Kelurahan Coppo Kecamatan Barru Kabupaten Barru Ulfah, Marya
LaGeografia Vol 17, No 2 (2019): Februari
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This study is to find out: (1) An overview of traditional traders' income before the Grand Mall, (2) a description of the income of traditional traders after their Grand Mall, (3) The impact of the Grand Mall on the income of traditional market traders. The method used is descriptive quantitative and the population in this study are traditional traders who sell goods Related to the 288 merchants sold at the Grand Mall. The sample is 72 traders. Data collection techniques with observation, interviews, questionnaires / questionnaires and documentation with relevant parties. Data analysis method uses descriptive analysis. The results showed that the Grand Mall research influenced traditional market traders. Decreasing number, Decreasing the number of sales, Decreasing the number of sales of goods. Based on 72 traders only 23 agreed and 49 traditional traders were not approved by the modern market. Grand Mall is not as strong as its influence on the income of traditional market traders only increasing 23 traders from 72 traditional traders as a sample, or around 32%.