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KONTRIBUSI MIGRAN TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN SEKTOR INFORMAL DI PERKOTAAN (Kasus di Jakarta Selatan) Seftiani, Sari
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Migration Phenomenon in a big city can not be separated from informal sectorgrowth. Today, rural citizens are more proactive in reaching for opportunity andprosperity in the city that they wish by migration. Informal Sector happens when thelimited city to provide acceptable field of job. Limited job opportunity in formal sectorcauses the migrants have to choose the informal sector to look for prosperity. Thisstudy analyses the contribution of migrant, especially migrant in South Jakarta toinformal sector growth in this region by using qualitative approach. Research Resultshows that migrant, especially in South Jakarta, gives contribution to informal sectorgrowth in urban area.
PEMBERDAYAAN PEREMPUAN DI KAWASAN KUTA SEBAGAI UPAYA PENINGKATAN KUALITAS PARIWISATA BALI Suar dana, I Wayan
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According to convention, tourism sector is public sector, that is aman area, but a women area is domestic sector. Based on tourismdevelopment in Bali, there are many jobs opportunity that can beentered by woman community. This research investigates theinvolvement of women in tourism object in Kuta region as analternative for improving their social, cultural and economic statusand roles in societies. Findings indicate that women have beeninvolved, to a certain extent, in Kuta region. There were twodifferent groups of women who were involved i.e. high stratumand mid and lower stratum. The formmer was actively involvedin any kinds of activities including decision making as they werethe owners of the attractions. The latter, although has beeninvolved, was pasive. The respondents mostly consider thatbeing involved in tourism destinations means that they have morepower in society and family. They believed that economicallythey were advantageous as they can contribute to the running ofthe family budget. Culturally, it was believed that by beinginvolved they had more reponsibility in preserving local culture oridentity.
REDEFINISI KECANTIKAN DALAM MENINGKATKAN PRODUKTIVITAS KERJA PEREMPUAN BALI, DI KOTA DENPASAR Wiasti, Ni Made
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Beauty is not an independent entity. It deeply roots in the culture of a particularcommunity. Such a culture is influenced by environmental conditions where thecommunity lives. On that account, beauty poses a social construction created by humanbeings. It changes all the times in accordance with the tastes and interests of thecommunity because it is indeed constructed by the community itself. In the Balinesecommunity, it is constructed that woman is considered beautiful if she has physicalbeauty and charming personality (inner beauty).Furthermore, since the modernity engulfs the world, the concept of beauty is morereferring to the construction of market and capitalistic ideology. The presence ofadvertisement and market does not only offer body care and beauty products, but at thesame time they also offer the concept of ideal woman image. Today, a woman consideredbeautiful if she has white skin, slim body and symmetrical face. Having passed through aseries of battles between capitalism and local values, the concept of beauty puts moreemphasis on physical beauty than any other consideration. Mass media, advertisement,fitness centers and beauty salons become important agents of change. The presence ofcapitalism has resulted in revitalization of Balinese culture, including the beauty ofwomen coming into view not only in the religious and customary moment but also inday-to-day life. Even, beauty is used as a means to achieve an objective in the occupationor career.
HUBUNGAN ANTARA KARAKTERISTIK RUMAH TANGGA DENGAN PARTISIPASI DALAM KELUARGA BERENCANA DI PROVINSI JAMBI : Analisis Data SDKI 2007 -, Suandi
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The purpose of the study are (1) studying of the socio demographic, socioeconomicof households, and the participation of family planning in JambiProvince, and (2) analyze the influence of socio-demographic, socio-economic ofhousehold on the level of participation on family planning. Design research is thedocumentation. Research variables are age of respondent, educational level,residence, wealth index, the child was still alive and variable levels participationof family planning. The research data was sourced from secondary data drawnfrom the data results Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS), theNational in 2007. To know the relevance factor of respondents age, educationlevel, residence, wealth index, and factors of number of living children on thelevel of participation of family planning analyzed using Chi-Square test (?2).The results showed that the prevalence rates of family planning in Jambi Provincereached 61.41 percent. The analysis showed that factors characteristic of thenumber of living children positively associated with participation family planningfor couples of childbearing age (PUS) in Jambi Province. That is, the more of thenumber of living children who owned the PUS have a positive and significantimpact on participation family planning, while the characteristic factors of age,educational level, area of residence, and factors characteristic of welfare indexshowed no association relationship on family planning participation.
PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI DAN KEGIATAN EKONOMI ANGKATAN KERJA DI PROVINSI BALI Dayuh Rimbawan, Nyoman
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Economic growth is one of macroeconomics indicators. In every developmentprocess, economic growth always becomes an important target, even though it is not a goodindicator to determine development success. A relatively high economic growth is notidentical with increase of welfare. Therefore other indicators are needed, such as povertyindex, unemployment index, income distribution, and so on.During the period of 2005-2009 Bali economic growth fluctuated with trend todecrease. It grew at of 5.61 percent in average, while nationally reached above 6.00 percent.Job opportunities increased, but this was due to half-employment (work less than 35hours/week) and unpaid employment.Poverty index also decreased, but it was not the case in rural areas. This might becaused by a huge worker productivity gap among job fields. For instance, productivity perworker in agriculture ranks eight out of nine job fields.All facts mentioned above show that Bali economics growth has not been optimum, inwhich 50 percent was contributed by household consumption and less than 10 percent byinvestment. Optimum growth will be achieved if most activities are pushed by investment.
MISI BUDAYA MIGRAN ETNIK SASAK DI KECAMATAN DENPASAR TIMUR KOTA DENPASAR SEBUAH : KAJIAN BUDAYA Sudiarta, I Nengah
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The difficulty of undertaking at an origin region or a former village push thesociety conducting a citizen movement known as migration or urbanization. Thecity of Denpasar as a tourism destination, the economical fluctuationautomatically increases very fast and it has some impacts to the income per capitafor the around society. So the city of Denpasar is a region becoming a migrants’destination to speculate their destiny or they want to change their family income.Instead of a such situation, Denpasar city will generate the citizen’s increasingvery rapid. The heterogeneous citizen have a potency of ethnical conflict, thetraffic jam, slump housing and so on. The sharing life of some ethnics will occur acultural contact of any kinds origin village and each ethnic wants to reflect theirprevious culture at a new area especially regarding to the cycle life rite.The questions research are : (i) what is the migrants’ cultural mission formof Sasak ethnic at East Denpasar sub district, (ii) what is the migrants’ culturalmission function of Sasak ethnic at East Denpasar sub district, (iii) what is themigrants’ cultural mission meaning of Sasak ethnic at East Denpasar sub district.The research is designed by using the qualitative analysis and the collectingdata is done by using the observation technique, an interview, a discussion groupfocus and a documentation. In analyzing data, researcher uses the culturalconfiguration theory, the symbolic interaction, the change theory, the adaptiontheory and the other supporting one.The research results show that : Firstly, the migrants reflect their previouscultural form at a new place related to the life cycle rite. It’s done regarding thereis a such of an ethnical pride because they want to be recognized their existenceat the destination region, Secondly, After Ethnical migrants of Sasak succeeded atthe destination region, they want to maintain their identity at the new environmentwith the others ethnic and they also want to spread to a strategic area to coverthe economical sector. In other to cover safely, they need adapting andharmonizing with the other ethnic especially the dominant original one. So themigrants’ cultural mission of Sasak ethnic at East Denpasar sub district wantto bring their operating result as much as possible, such as their remittance andexperience to the former region. By the shoreline mental of discipline and ductilenature, they work as effective as possible. Thirdly, Meaning of the mission is toincrease their family life prosperity and help progressing the small economic atoriginal village, help developing the general facilities and try harmonizing withtheir environmental requirement.The conclusions are : by conducting the migrants’ cultural mission of Sasakethnic, they can change their social-economical life toward to a better one, andalso reflect their social-culture at new setting up destination

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