cover
Contact Name
-
Contact Email
-
Phone
-
Journal Mail Official
-
Editorial Address
-
Location
Kab. badung,
Bali
INDONESIA
PIRAMIDA
Published by Universitas Udayana
ISSN : -     EISSN : -     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
Arjuna Subject : -
Articles 6 Documents
Search results for , issue " Vol. 1, No. 2 Desember 2005" : 6 Documents clear
KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE OF BALINESE COMMUNITY TOWARD GENDER CONCEPT AND GENDER EQUITY AND EQUALITY Arjani, Ni Luh; Wiasti, Ni Made; Sudantra, I Ketut
PIRAMIDA Vol. 1, No. 2 Desember 2005
Publisher : PIRAMIDA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB)

Abstract

Gender inequity and inequality in the community would restrict developmentprocess. Therefore, struggle toward gender equity and equality is become interestingglobal issue for the world and also Indonesia and Bali.The aims of this study is 1) to analyze knowledge, perception, and attitude ofBalinese community toward gender concept and gender equity and equality, and 2) toknow implementation of gender role in the family and community. This study is carriedout in the three regencies/city in Bali, i.e. Buleleng, Tabanan and Denpasar. In eachregency/city, two types of village is determined that are urban and rural. Data arecollected by implementing structured interview based on questionnaire which is asked to120 respondents and completed with in-depth interview based on interview guidance tosome key respondents.The finding shows that most of respondent (68.30 %) have not known genderconcept, means that only 21.70 percent stated that they already known it, and they havedifferent understanding both about gender term and gender equity and equality. Withregard to gender equity and equality, only 24.20 percent of respondent report that theyhave read and heard about this term. However, when it is related to gender equity andequality program, most of them (91.60 %) of respondent stated that they agree with sucha program. In addition, it is also found that in the reality, almost all respondent actuallyhave implemented job sharing between man and women flexibly, means that they swapthe role of each other depend on situation and condition. This reality reflects that there isa shifting of thinking pattern of the community from rigid toward flexible division of job.Based on the findings, it can be concluded that although only small number ofcommunity member have known and understand gender concept and gender equity andequality, actually they have implemented it in their daily life. In general, communitymember also agree for changing their attitude toward gender role, so the condition ofgender equity and equality can be achieved.
SUMBER DAYA MANUSIA (APARATUR PEMERINTAH DAERAH) DALAM PELAYANAN PUBLIK Wairocana, Gst. Ngurah
PIRAMIDA Vol. 1, No. 2 Desember 2005
Publisher : PIRAMIDA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB)

Abstract

The aim of this paper which is entitled ? Behavior Norm of States Apparatus in Establishing Good Governance?, is to analyze behavior of states apparatus in providing public service. The approach applied is functional approach, i.e an approach in administration law which view functioning of states apparatus in public service through two core measurements, that are 1) serving attitude (dientsbaarheid-servitut), 2) reliability (betrouwbaarheid reliability), which is consist of openness (openheid); carefulness (naugeztheid); integrity (integriteit); simplicity (soberheid); and honor/honesty (eerlijkheid-honesty). Measuring rod used is community report related to maladministration of regional states apparatus to the national Ombudsman Commission. Additionally, interviews with community members which have made an application for identity card, birth certificate, marriage certificate, and the like, have done as supporting information. The finding shows that so far, community members state that services provide by states apparatus is sufficient.
KEKERASAN BUDAYA PATRIARKHI DALAM KESEHATAN REPRODUKSI DI KECAMATAN KALIKOTES, KLATEN (TINJAUAN DARI PERSPEKTIF GENDER) Mariyah, Emiliana
PIRAMIDA Vol. 1, No. 2 Desember 2005
Publisher : PIRAMIDA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB)

Abstract

Management of reproduction health problem is not independent clinically, because pregnancy period need to get attention physically, mentally and also socially. Doctors and medical staffs should include family members at antenatal and gestation periods. Based on the reason, perception and attention of the husband toward the wife along pregnancy and gestation periods is need to be studied. This paper is development of dissertation done in working area of Kalikotes Health Center in Kalikotes Municipality, Klaten, Central Java, which was carried out for one year (1996-1997). Though the research is was done about ten years ago, reproduction health problem which is related with gender still relevant to be discussed nowadays. Out of 161 pregnant women, 47 (44,8 % of them are working mother), to be monitored until they are giving birth. This paper is described through in-depth study related to perception and indifference of the husband toward the wife who pregnant and giving birth. The findings show that both working wife or not working wife have the same physic and mental burdens. Most of pregnant wives do not obtain physical attention from their husband, therefore gender equalisation have not reach by the wife, both who include into public and domestic domains. This reality reflect cultural construction of patriarchy, where women are always accept and do not oppose. This phenomenon is in accordance with the new millennium which there are a shifting from ?domination? theory (feminism practice) to difference and post-feminism.
BEBERAPA FAKTOR INTERNAL YANG MEMPENGARUHI UNMET NEED DI PROVINSI BALI Manuati Dewi, Gst. Ayu
PIRAMIDA Vol. 1, No. 2 Desember 2005
Publisher : PIRAMIDA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB)

Abstract

The shifting of paradigm of Familiy Planning Program from quantity oriented toward quality oriented, makes family palnning service issue become more crucial. Family planning service obtained by community member affect unmet need proportion . Especially in Bali Province, unmet need proportion getting bigger, i.e from 5,8 percent in 1997 become 6,9 percent in 2002. This condition must be overcome soon because it tends to decrease family planning prevalence rate. Factors related to family planning service which affect unmet need is called internal factor. These factor consist of (1) availability of contraceptive devices, (2) technical skill rate of provider, (3) availability of information about possible side effect , (4) availability of information about service sources, (5) availability of information about the strength and weakness of each contarceptive devices, (6) availability of information about safety of method, (7) satisfaction rate of client, and (8) motivation given by provider. The amount of respondent in this study is 500 person, 100 person taken from each regencies i.e Karangasem, Jembrana, Buleleng, Gianyar, dan Badung. Sapling method applied in this study is non probability sampling through accidental sampling. Technique of analysis used is both quantitative and qualitative analysis. The finding shows that five out of eight factors analized affect unmet need prevalence. Those factors are (1) availability of information about possible side effect, (2) availability of information about service sources, (3) availability of information about the strength and weakness of each contarceptive devices, (4) availability of information about safety of method, and (5) motivation given by provider. Additionally, recommendation is given related to five target groups which are need to be intervent and also technique of intervention to be done for each of teh target group.
PENGETAHUAN, SIKAP, DAN PRAKTEK PEMBUDIDAYAAN IKAN KURAMBAH UNTUK MENINGKATKAN KESEJAHTERAAN KELUARGA DI SEKITAR DANAU BATUR Simbung Arimbawa, Nengah; T. Suryadhi, Nyoman; Artini, Ni Wayan Putu; Santiyasa, Wayan
PIRAMIDA Vol. 1, No. 2 Desember 2005
Publisher : PIRAMIDA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB)

Abstract

A study on knowledge, attitude, and practice of families living at the edge of Batur lake on fish cultivation for prosperity improvement was carried out in the community of banjar Dalem Songan village, Kintamani. Covering 40 households selected for this study, head of the households or member of the family actively participated in the fish cultivation was to be the respondents. Data were collected using questionnaire by house to house visit. Using indicators implemented by BKKBN for diagnosing poverty level of families found that families in this study are still in the condition of highly poverty level mainly associated with a high percentage of families using soil for floor. Meanwhile, knowledge and attitude of families surrounding are strongly supported establishment or development of fish cultivation regardless of low earning received from harvesting and selling the fish. Difficulty in getting capital for both starting and developing fish cultivation, high percentage of fish mortality, and marketing problems for the harvested fish are amongst problems experienced by those families already actively handling fish cultivation. Therefore it is recommended that families living at the edge of Batur lake actively seek opportunities for prosperity improvement through improving knowledge and skill on marketing, capital earning, and reducing fish mortality in fish cultivation activities. In addition, institutions such as banking, fishery, service department, university, and private or community organization can actively take part to achieve the objective of family prosperity improvement through fish cultivation activities.
PENGENDALIAN MOBILITAS PENDUDUK YANG BERWAWASAN KEBIJAKAN KEPENDUDUKAN NASIONAL DAN TIDAK MELANGGAR HAK ASASI MANUSIA Sudibia, I Ketut
PIRAMIDA Vol. 1, No. 2 Desember 2005
Publisher : PIRAMIDA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB)

Abstract

For approximately last two decades, on one hand, the number of transmigrates originally from Bali was decline sharply., i.e. from 56.351 persons in the period of 1979-1983 to 17.298 persons in the period of 1994/95-1997/98. On the other hand, in the relatively same period, the number net migration was increase sharply, from (-) 3,1 thousand persons in the period of 1980-1985 to (+) 87,2 thousand persons in the period of 1995-2000. The rapid flow of immigrants to Bali has caused some problems, though it is admitted that their arrival is also give a positive affect, both for the place of origin and the place of destination. Besides emerged from inter provincial migration, problem caused by inter regency migration seems to be critical and have to be overcame soon in the regional autonomy era. The strategy carried out has to be based on national demography policy, especially in relation with Undang-Undang No. 10, 1992 about ?Population Growth and Development of Wealthy Family?, and Undang-Undang No. 39, 1999 about ?Human Right?. Based on those regulations, it is stated that government not able to prohibit resident to do both inter provincial and inter regency mobility, because every resident have right to chose their residence and job according to their wish. Population mobility is a natural life phenomenon and inevitable due to rapid improvement of communication technology. Every region has to recognize supporting and capacity powers of their regional environment. Particularly to the place of destination, it is important to know about the amount and qualification migrant labor need. Through this kind of mobility, presence of migrant in the place of destination will complimentary to social and economic life of the place of origin. Such a condition, not only be able to prevent conflict between migrants and local resident, but also smoothing national integration process. Besides rights for doing mobility, one thing has to be remembered by all resident (including migrant), is obligation to obey and follow population regulation, both at the place of destination and the place of origin.

Page 1 of 1 | Total Record : 6