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PER CAPITA GROSS REGIONAL DOMESTIC PRODUCT AND NUMBER OF SCHOOL’S PARTICIPATIONT IN Dwi Setyadhi Mustika, Made
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This paper discuss about number of school’s participationt (APS), and per capita gross regionaldomestic product (per capita GRDP) in Bali Province, which is analysed using tipologi area. Thedata used are secondary data, consisted of per capita GRDP, number of students from ElementarySchool to Senior High School, and number of population ages 7-19 years, in 9 (nine) regencies/cityin Bali Province. The data obtained from BPS of Bali Province.The result of the research could be elaborated as follows. Badung Regency, Denpasar City, andGianyar Regency are owning per capita GRDP dan number of school’s participant higher than meanof Bali Province. Bangli, Klungkung, Karangasem, dan Buleleng Regency are owning per capitaGRDP dan number of school’s participant lower than mean of Bali Province.
ANALISIS KESEMPATAN KERJA SEKTORAL DI KABUPATEN BANGLI DENGAN PENDEKATAN PERTUMBUHAN BERBASIS EKSPOR Ayu Pramitha Purwanti, Putu
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The aim of this study is to analyze the employment of economy sector with full grown potentialwhich will be continuously extended to the economic development of Bangli regency. Theemployment is analyzed by export-based approach. It plays the role of identifying which sectors arebasic and which one are non basic after those sectors undergoing a shift-share analysis. Techniquesof determining those sectors are location quotient (LQ) and employment base multiplier. Basicsectors having ability to create new employment, produce output for local and also export needs.Those will stimulate the Bangli’s economy growth and brings prosperity for all the society.
PARTISIPASI MASYARAKAT PADA PELAYANAN KESEHATAN TERSTRUKTUR DAN PARIPURNA Dharmadi, I Made
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Government expectation for the health development program is enhancing the communityachievement in independency of their self health care, and one component to show that they areindependent is their ability to pay the cost of their own health. To achieve this, the community stillneeds to be encouraged or even helped by the government to build their awareness and ability toimprove their health behavior as well as pay the expenses of their own health. The most prominentproblem, so far, is people ability to get a better health care since they can not pay especially the cost.Should people need treatment for their health problem, most of them still need to pay through out theirown pocket and hence they realize that the cost is too expensive for them, but they often don’t haveany choice as they can not even go to alternative medicine.Health care shall be consistently maintained since their inability to pay the cost of care when theyare ill has to be limited or avoid. And should they have to face this problem, the system of health careneeds to be restructured or modified to ensure them to be handled well. Particularly in health careexpenditure, the insurance model needs to be introduced and the system based on Indonesian model ofcooperation (“gotong royong”) may be good since it is good to be applied in the developing people inthe basis of more customers to joint and less premium to pay.The government actually has build the system include the payment. In the application however,there still plenty of problems i.e. community participation in separating small part of their money to putit in the community health insurance. The poverty groups have been given a poverty health insurance,the formal group such as government employee, the armies have also been insured by ASKES orJamsostek. The middle low people have to be pushed and subsidized by the government to joint in thecommunity health insurance. It is hardly difficult for them to joint in the health insurance without anyhelp from the government, since their income is too short and their priority for health expenditure isvery low.Beside that, other expenses are also needed to improve the completion of health servicesparticularly to the first step of service in the health centre (Puskesmas). By implementing structured andcompleted services, we wish that the just, well distributed, qualify but affordable services in health willbe easily implemented.
KONTRIBUSI PENDAPATAN IBU RUMAH TANGGA PEMBUAT MAKANAN OLAHAN TERHADAP PENDAPATAN KELUARGA Handayani, M.Th.; Artini, Ni Wayan Putu
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The uncertainly of the economic condition where the chance of employment is limitedhas led to the stability of family source of income. This condition has pushed haousewifeswhere previously just conserned on domestic matters to public sector partisipation tosupport family income. This research aimed at finding contribution of housewife workersincome by processing food to the total family income. This research was conducted atPemogan village, South Denpasar district, Province of Bali.This result of the research shows that type of job done by housewife worker were infood industries with the average time alocation for processing food accounts for 4.27hours per day. It was also found that the average of earning per month is Rp.429,753.00 andit amounts is 12.82% of the total family’s income. This implies that labor produvtivity isRp3,594.00 per hour. The reasons wife working are (a) to support family income, (b) to fillsparetime with positive activities, (c) to look for an experiences. About 83,3% housewifeworker doesn’t find difficulties for processing food, only a small amount (16,7%) findsdifficulties.In order to improve the contibution of houswife worker to the family income, it issuggested to guide them for better processing methodes and management by relatedinstitutions. This includes Bali Agricultural office and BPTP.
MODEL KEPEMIMPINAN EFEKTIF Manuati Dewi Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Udayana, Denpasar, I Gusti Ayu
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From several decades, research about leadership has been directed toward exploration of informationrelated to determinant of leadership effectiveness. One out of these thousands of researches is done byLocke et al. (2002) which based on their study wrote a book about leadership effectiveness. They thendeveloped a leadership effectiveness model in organizational and business fields through qualitativeapproach. In this model there are four components must be fulfilled by a leader, i.e motive and traits;knowledge, skill, and ability; vision; and implementation of vision. This book provide a comprehensiveperspective about the essence of leadership because its picture deeply and detail related to key componentsof leadership effectiveness. However, they not discuss about leader ability to affect follower at all. Thislimitation may be due to this study has carried out through qualitative approach. Despite this limitation,there is one interesting matter must be observed attentively. Locke et al. points out the importance ofmanagement of meaning must be possessed by a leader, so he/she can manage and define situations as acritical ability that can be used as a guidance of action by the followers.
PERBEDAAN FERTILITAS ANTARA PENDUDUK PENDATANG DAN PENDUDUK LOKAL: SEBUAH STUDI KASUS DI DAERAH PERKOTAAN DI KOTA DENPASAR Mudita, Ida Putu
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Discourse on migrants are frequent in Bali. In addition to several social effects, such as civilorder, crimes, slums, domintaion in informal sectors and so on, caused by them, discussions onmigrants also related to family planning program. There are opinions that point to migrants as thenon or less cooperative social groups to the program.This research asses the level of participation of migrants in family planning program in TegalKertha Village, West Denpasar, in Denpasar City. The topic brought up is the type of participationin family planning; the factors that have caused some migrant choose not to use contraception, andthe impact and meaning of their participation in family program.This research aim to determin the participation level of migrants in family planning program,factors causing unmet need and the impact and meaning of their participation. Its uses thecombination of both qualitative and quantitative methods. The data we used both primary andsecondary data. The theory applied in this research are The Theory of Participation, The Theory ofFeminism, and The Theory of Hegemony.There are six type of participation researched with the following result as follow: (1) first maritalage of migrant female is 20.6 years old, the highest is found on Batak ethnic group and the lowest isin Sasak ethnic group; (2) the average number of amount of person in a family in temporary residentis 3.1, while the number in permanent migrant is 4.3. The highest number is found in Java ethnicfamilies and the lowest is in Madura families; (4)the number of active FP participant for temporaryresident significantly lower compared to the those among permanent migrants; (5) the number oftemporary resident that uses long term contraception is only nine percent, rises to twenty twopercent among permanent migrant. The percentage of Bali is fourty three percent; (6) Thepercentage for male contraception among temporary resident is very low only one percent, but it ishiger among permanent migrants. The unmet need rate for temporary resident is at a very highnineteen percent and decreased to eight percent among permanent migrants.

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