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ANALISIS KEPUASAN MASYARAKAT TERHADAP WAJIB BELAJAR SEMBILAN TAHUN DI PROVINSI BALI Suwiti, NK; Bendesa, IKG; Sudibia, IK; Suyana Utama, IM; Budiarsa Suyasa, IW
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Compulsory education is the minimum educational programs must be followed byIndonesian citizen and the responsibility by local government. This program has beenmanifested in Government Regulation Republik of Indonesia Number 47 in 2008. Thepurpose of the study to analyze the public response to the implementation of nine-yearcompulsory education, especially in Bali Province. Research variables are : 1).Implementation of the educational curriculum 2) Teaching and learning process, 3).Learning facilities, 4). Realization of the program 5). Students learning outcomes. Theresearch data were sourced from Denpasar, Badung, Karangasem and Buleleng regency, thenumber of samples are 400 persons. The results showed, that all of the variable in goodcategory, Teaching and learning process variable have the better catagory, while gettingthe bad category are learning facilities variable. The analysis showed that the communitysatisfaction of the nine-year compulsory education did no association relationship onregency in Bali province, but positive associated with age of respondens. Results of thisstudy can be input to governments, should be improvements in the implementation of nineyearcompulsory education.
KECENDERUNGAN POLA DAN DAMPAK MIGRASI PENDUDUK DI PROVINSI BALI PERIODE 1980-2005* Sudibia, I Ketut
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The objective of this study are to know (1) the population migration pattern in theProvince of Bali during the period 1980 to 2005; (2) the main stream of the populationmigration in the Province of Bali during the period 1980 to 1990; and (3) the impact ofpopulation migration on the economic and social life in the Province of Bali. The resultof this study will be expected not only for academic but also for practice purposes.All of data that were used for this study was obtained from the Central Board ofStatistic of the Province of Bali, the Development Planning Board of the Province ofBali, and other publications related to this study. The most important data that wereanalyzed for this study was migration data, especially lifetime migration and recentmigration. Then, the technique of analysis that were used for this study was descriptivelyby using cross tabulation.Some findings from this study are as follows: (1) The lifetime in-migrationpatterns before and after Reformation Era are still relatively the same, and dominantlydetermined by the in-migrants from East Java. But, on the other hand the lifetime outmigrationpatterns from Bali are dominantly determined by the out-migrants to someplaces of destination of transmigration program. (2) The recent in-migration pattern fromone to another periods are almost the same, a big partly of them come from East Java. Onthe contrary, the recent out-migration pattern are not having the same pattern from one toanother period. With the exception of 1980, the recent out-migration patterns from Baliare not dominantly determined by the transmigration program, but a big partly of themalso go to East Java. (3) The main stream of lifetime migration until the year 2000 is stilldescribed by the transmigration program. (4) Since the year 1990, the main stream ofrecent migration has shown a positive sign, and then its become higher until the year2005. (5) The impact of the increasing of in-migration to Bali are increasing (a) theavailable of the migrant workers with the cheaper wage; (b) the population density; (c)the informal sector; (d) the unemployment (e) slum area and environment degradation;and (f) some cases of criminality.
PERAN MODAL SOSIAL DALAM PEMBERDAYAAN INDUSTRI KERAJINAN DI PROVINSI BALI Yuliarmi, Ni Nyoman
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The aims of this research determine : the effect of social capital on handicraftindustry empowerment. The population in this research are all SMEs actor atdistricts/county in Bali Province. To determine the sample, it is used purposivesampling method, based on the largest business units from their respective districts.The number of sample units represented by this population in each district is selectedby stratified random sampling method. The number of samples obtained at least 204people. This research uses quantitative analysis approach; the technique used isStructural Equation Modeling (SEM) using variance-based calculation process. Thecalculation is assisted by Partial Least Square (PLS), a SmartPLS software version2.0 M3.The research results showed that: Social capital is not proven able to affecthandicraft industry empowerment directly. The custom traditional institutions couldbecome mediating variable (full mediation) between social capital and the role ofgovernment towards the SMEs empowerment in Bali Province.
KEMISKINAN DI BALI YOGI SWARA, WAYAN; JEMBER, I MADE
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Millennium development goals (MDGs) has become an importantreference for the development in Indonesia. In reducing poverty requires asustainable and equitable economic growth sustainable. The size of the successfulachievement of national development, one of them can be seen from the HumanDevelopment Index (HDI). HDI can be described by three indicators of the LifeExpectancy Index, Knowledge Index and Income Index. Through research on thevalue Gross Dosmestic Product (GDP), life expectancy, and the HumanDevelopment Index will be a portrait of the poverty level in a region/country. Thisstudy was conducted to see the extent of poverty in the province of Bali seen fromthe review of the value GDP, life expectancy, and the Human Development Indexduring the period 2005 to 2009.Through this research can be seen how far the realization of millenniumdevelopment goals (MDGs) can be accomplished. This study uses secondary data,using descriptive analysis techniques. From the results of the analysis is knownthat the Human Development Index of Bali Province of 69.10 in 2004, whereas in2009, a 71.52 this puts the Province of Bali is ranked sixteenth for IPM inIndonesia. Judging from the life expectancy indicate that the province of Bali wasin fourth position in Indonesia. Overall economic performance of Bali Province inthe year 2009 has been changed into positive from per capita GDP. In 2009 thenumber of poor people in Bali both rural and urban areas only 181.7 thousandinhabitants or 5.13 percent. The number of poor families in the province of Bali,in 2009 as many as 134,804 families are scattered in nine districts/cities.Suggestion put forward is the development policy should be adapted to localconditions, and design development between top down-bottom up should beconducted in stages. In addition, implementation of development programs shouldfocus on programs involving many peoples lives especially those that canalleviate poverty.
KONVERGENSI PEREKONOMIAN DI BALI: INEQUALITY SEBAGAI PENYEBAB KEMISKINAN DEWI RUSTARIYUNI, SURYA; WIWIN SETYARI, NI PUTU
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This paper analyze convergenity in economic all of region in Bali. This researchwant to know are they convergentiy in Bali, the disequilibrium growth economic inBali if see from disparity revenue, are they tourism give result for revenue all ofregion in Bali, another variable possible give contribution when convergenityeconomic happen, and calculate time also growth economcy for all of region tocounter the revenue Badung. The method to get result have many step there are: forconvergenity use regression model, to know speed of convergenity use revenue datawith regression and calculate result ?, to know disparity revenue all region use trendvariant from log of revenue and use dummy to see tourism effect, later to calculatetime need all region to counter Badung revenue use compound growth model. Theresult is convergenity doesn’t happen in Bali, use PDB real data and growth economyjust Denpasar can counter Badung revenue as long as 2002-2009 later Jembrana,Karangasem with variation time. Badung and Denpasar become convergenity fastestbeside another region and just Denpasar have ideal growth economy.
KAJIAN TENTANG PREVALENSI KONTRASEPSI KELUARGA BERENCANA CATATAN KECIL DALAM UPAYA PENCAPAIAN MDGs 2015 DI MALUKU P. ADAM, FELECIA
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Some population indicatores that were reported by Indonesia Demographic and HealthSurvey in the year 2007 gave an apprehensive illustration about the population development inMoluccas, such as total fertility rate 3.7, contraceptive prevalence rate 34 percent, andunmetneed reached 22 percent. These three indicators were interaction and gave contribution tothe others.The objective of this study was to obtain the illustration of the low of contraceptiveprevalence rate of current user, because this indicator was very significant in achieving MDGs inMoluccas, especially for the fifth goal.This study was using the main data from Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey inthe year 2007. The findng of this study that the low of the contraceptive prevalence rate ofcurrent user in Moluccas can be caused by some factors as well as : the low educated of women,the high birth rate of adolescent, the coverage of uncontrolled pregnancy health care, thetendency of current users to choose a low effective contraception, the high rate of unmetneed,the high rate of poverty, a hard to find contraception, a hard accesibility related to geographicfactors which too much islands.

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