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FAKTOR-FATOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI TERJADINYA URBANISASI DI PROVINSI BALI Suntajaya, I Gede Ketut
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Bali experienced a relatively rapid urbanization. This can be seen from an increasing proportion of the urbanpopulation during the last 30 years i.e. from 14.7 percent (the Population Census of 1980) to more than 60.0percent (the Population Census of 2010). In the future, the demographers estimate that the process of urbanizationin Indonesia is more likely due to the rural-urban migration. This estimate is based on the increasingly low naturalgrowth of urban population, the relatively slow pace of change in the status of rural into urban areas, and therelatively strong economic and development policies that tend to “urban bias”. The latter increase the attractivenessof urban areas for people who live in rural areas.This study aims to determine the factors that influence the occurrence of migration from rural to the urban areasin Bali. Data were collected from 300 sample respondents that distributed proportionally in each regency / city inaccordance with the proportion of the urban population in each region under studied. The samples of respondentswere urban people who came from rural areas outside Bali, or from the regencies of Bali who migrated within aperiod of 2010-2014. Samples were taken by accidental and descriptive data analysis with reference to the table offrequency distribution.The findings show that the main push factor in the area of origin that causes a person to take rural-urbanmigration, as many as 77.4 percent of respondents mentioned it was because of economic incentives, 17.3 percent dueto social factors, and 5.3 percent mentioned that the traditional custom practices in the area of origin are relativelyburdensome. While the pull factors in destination areas were similar, namely economic factors mentioned by 70.0percent of respondents, social factors expressed by 18.3 percent, and as many as 11.7 percent of respondents arguedthat the traditional custom practices are less burdensome in the urban areas.
HUBUNGAN KARAKTERISTIK KEPENDUDUKAN DENGAN KESEJAHTERAAN KELUARGA DI PROVINSI JAMBI Suandi, Suandi; Yuslidar, Yuslidar; Suma, Sudirman; Damayanti, Yusma
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The objectives of this study is to analyze the relationship of demographic characteristics on well-being of households inrural areas Jambi Province. The research design is cross-sectional and was carried out in Kerinci, Sarolangun, Bungo,Tebo, Batanghari, Muaro Jambi, Tanjung Jabung Barat, and Tanjung Jabung Timur regency from July to November2014. 2.600 households sample are chosen using purposive and random sampling methods. Descriptive, and ProductMoment Correlation Test models were used for data analyzed. The results showed that the average of household expenditurelevels in the study area is Rp. 4.504.421,16.- per month, and total expenditure per year is Rp.23,510,549,-. The expenditureis far above the average measure of well-being with the approach of the Central Bureau of Statistics (Rp.13.320.000,-).Demographic characteristics have a significant correlated on the pattern of housholds expenditure and well-being.
KERAGAMAN SEKTOR INFORMAL DALAM HUBUNGANNYA DENGAN MIGRASI MASUK DAN REMITAN (Kasus di Negeri Batu Merah, Kota Ambon) Ada, Felecia P
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This study aims to (1) determine the diversity of the informal sector in the Negeri Batu Merah, Ambon and (2)determine the possibility of remittance practices, by the Javanese migrants.The method used was a descriptive qualitative approach. The data obtained were the primary and secondarydata as well as documentation collected through in-depth interviews with 30 respondents. Analysis of the data wasconducted by using model of Spradley, in which the focus of the observations were made on three major componentsrespectively; space (place), actors and activities.The results showed that (1) the diversity of the informal sector includes a pedicab driver, an old iron buyersand peddlers (meatballs, cakes, herbs, chicken noodle, soto soup, Sarmento, vegetable peddlers, chocolate banana,chicken satay, fried snack and fried rice), and (2) there was 72 percent of migrants send remittances to their familiesin the area of origin regularly with the average of Rp 1,343,33.33 per month. The migrants come from various citiesin West Java, East Java and Central Java such as; Solo, Karanganyer, Demak, Wonogiri, Ngawi, Tegal, Sidoarjo,Sukoharjo, Sumedang, Lamongan, Bojonegoro, Trenggalek, Jombang and Kebumen.
PENGARUH KARAKTERISTIK RUMAH TANGGA DESA DAN KOTA TERHADAP ALOKASI WAKTU ANAK UNTUK BEKERJA DI INDONESIA Purwanti, Putu Ayu Pramitha
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The aim of this study to analyze the effect of household characteristics in Indonesia on child activities to workand school. Tendency to work and school are estimated by OLS and logit models using IFLS data 2000 and 2007.The estimation results prove that there is difference between boys and girls on child’s decision to work or school.These two activities are also influenced by gender of household head, parental education and income. Location ofresidence only affect the intensity of working children and not children’s education.
MISI BUDAYA MIGRAN UNSKILL JAWA DI KOTA DENPASAR Mariyah, Emiliana; Fredyarin, Novena Ade
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Reproduction of culture can influence adaptation strategies and identity building. In this process there isdomination and subordination of culture, and in the social order it can be observed the process of resistance tomaintain identity, as an ethnicity. On the one hand, the process of cultural reproduction involves how the culture oforigin are represented in this new environment, on the other hand, the identity of the origin of which has becomepart of a person’s life history can not be abandoned, even the culture of origin tends to be a guide in life in a newplace (cultural mission). The principle mission of Javanese culture: ‘building castles /omah’ in the place of origin,while making slums in the areas of migration. Due to the simple life of Javanese (the unskilled migrants) in Denpasarconsequently it creates slums, so that Denpasar as tourism area is hegemonized by 35 locations of slums. On thebasis of these reasons, the paper analyzed 1) What are the unskilled Javanese migrants’ adaptation strategies?; 2)What are the implications of the unskilled Javanese migrants’ cultural mission?The process of data collection was conducted by using field observations, in-depth interviews with 15 informantsfrom migrants, as well as focus group discussions and studies examining documents with reading and browsing theinternet. In dissecting the Javanese unskilled migrants’ adaptation problems in Denpasar, it was used the theoriesof Maslow’s needs hierarchy theory and cultural configurations. The results showed that, first, to live a life in a newplace (the city of Denpasar), the unskilled Javanese migrants are able to adapt socially with the local population(the Balinese people) in harmony and to carry out their cultural mission, which still retains their cultural traditions.Second, the mission of the cultural mission of the unskilled Javanese migrants in Denpasar have implications(impacts), namely the strengthening of ethnic identity of Java, shifting consumption patterns and lifestyles as wellas their commitment to sustaining their own culture. It is suggested that tolerance and harmonious cooperationPIRAMIDA Vol. X No. 2 : 94 - 99 ISSN : 1907-3275Volume X No. 2 Desember 2014 95Emiliana Mariyah dan Novena Ade Fredyarinbetween migrants and natives (the Balinese people) that has existed in the slums communities in Denpasar needto be maintained to establish the life of a multicultural society.
TRI HITA KARANA MENINGKATKAN KUALITAS MODAL MANUSIA DARI PERSFEKTIF KESEHATAN Artana, I Wayan
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Human capital contains the values found in the human beings themselves. Human capital has a value that canbe used to live their life to become more comfortable. The level of health is a very important human capital as afundamental support to be able to reflect other values in order to achieve successful society and individuals. Healthas defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) which initially defined that healthy means to be physically,psychologically, socially healthy, and free of defects. However, It has been now added with spiritually healthy. Thehealth of human capital is not only affected by genetics, health care facilities and infrastructure, as well as theenvironment, but also strongly influenced by the behavior or culture of human capital themselves, as well as theculture of the group in which human capital is located. Culture of Tri Hita Karana (THK) can improve the characterof human capital by means of improving their health values.

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