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Masyarakat, Kebudayaan dan Politik
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ISSN (Print) 2086-7050 - ISSN (Online) 2528-6013
Published by Universitas Airlangga Homepage  [51 journals]
  • A participation model based on community forum as a reproductive health
           knowledge transaction space to increase male participation in vasectomy

    • Authors: Noverman Duadji, Novita Tresiana
      Pages: 1 - 13
      Abstract: The first background of this research is the low participation of male vasectomy KB due to lack of information and low male contraceptive services. The second background of this research is Friedmann’s (2011) idea of citizen forum as transaction space which becomes communication media in the form of equal dialogue.This study aims to analyse the causes of low participation in the vasectomy method of family planning (KB) in South Lampung Regency; analyse the grassroots organisations in the community as the support system for a potential increase in the society’s participation in vasectomy as a part of family planning (KB); and develop a model of vasectomy to increase the participation in South Lampung Regency. This study utilised primary and secondary data which were collected and analysed using qualitative-descriptive method. The research was conducted in nine villages in South Lampung Regency. The findings showed that the major failure for participation in the vasectomy method of family planning (KB) was caused by a lack of a representative knowledge transaction space in family planning (KB) and reproductive health. On the other hand, the existing active societal-institutional support system can be utilised as the space for knowledge transaction. A solution to enhance a social participation model through community forums is urgently needed.

      PubDate: 2018-03-27
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.1-13
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • The pattern of collective memory denial experienced by the student
           victims’ mothers of 1998-1999 Trisakti-Semanggi Tragedy

    • Authors: Rizqy Amelia Zein, Ilham Nur Alfian
      Pages: 14 - 23
      Abstract: This research aimed to uncover collective memory denial of the victims’ families of Students who died in Trisakti and Semanggi Tragedy 1998-1999. We described how this pattern of collective memory denial works. This research used the qualitative approach to the instrumental case study. The participants were three mothers of students who died in Trisakti and Semanggi tragedy. We carried out interviews and field note as data collecting technique. This data was analysed using thematic analysis technique. The result showed that there is a denial of collective memory which is experienced by victims’ families of students who died at Trisakti and Semanggi tragedy. The pattern is formed systematically, orderly, and deliberately. This denial showed that the government deliberately prevented the people to remember this tragedy. Collective memory denial causes so many negative effects, such as conspiracy of silence on the people and second victimization for victims’ families. Moreover, these effects included the form of prejudice, mistrust, aversion, and vengeance between the people. When social sharing continuously assembles, it will finish the emotional problem of a negative event. On the other hand, social sharing will develop subjective well-being of the people in that community, not only in short-term but also in long-term. Collective memory which is healthy distributed, motivates the community to discuss, express, and cope the painful trauma in the past.

      PubDate: 2018-03-27
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.14-23
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • Mapping interpersonal violence against women in the District of Nias,

    • Authors: Mita Yesyca, Formas Juitan Lase, Nenny Anggraini
      Pages: 24 - 35
      Abstract: The research is about mapping interpersonal violence against women in the Nias District, North Sumatera. The patriarchal culture which has a hold in the area has significant effects on women. Using a social mapping approach and a feminist perspective, data in this research were collected through literature study, i.e. reports of service provider institutions on violence cases in Nias District, as well as observation and interview methods with local leaders in its ten sub-districts. The feminist perspective is useful to give voice to the unheard” female actors in a patriarchal society. Findings based on secondary data show that cases of violence in the Nias District from 2009-2016 fluctuated, with a total of 116 cases. The most frequent cases of violence experienced by women are physical violence, as many as 76 cases, sexual violence 31 cases, psychological violence eight cases and economic violence one case. The data collected from the interview and observation are 180 cases. The overall data show that physical violence occupies the highest number (secondary data 65.51% and primary data 53.88%) in the form of a beating received by the wife (domestic violence). The character of women’s vulnerability to violence varies in
      each sub-district and is highly dependent on regional geographic-economic conditions. Therefore, the approach to the resolution of violence in each sub-district may vary. As a conclusion, the practice of violence against women in the Nias District is like an iceberg phenomenon that still needs to be followed up. The research also shows the potential of related institutions partnership, especially encouraged by churches, to end practices of interpersonal violence against women in the Nias District.
      PubDate: 2018-03-27
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.24-35
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • Exploitation of coastal and marine resources along Tomini Bay: Livelihood
           base versus concession rights

    • Authors: Muhammad Obie
      Pages: 36 - 45
      Abstract: The abundant coastal and marine resources in Tomini Bay are constantly contested between various actors, namely the state, private entities, multilateral institutions, NGOs and the indigenous community, the Bajo Tribe. On the one hand, the Bajo Tribe utilises coastal and marine resources as a livelihood base, while, on the other hand, private entities with concession permits from the state seek to take maximum benefit for their economic prosperity. The research aims to analyse the concession of coastal and marine resources and its implications on the livelihood base of the Bajo Tribe. Livelihood base is defined as a resource or asset that can be utilised to fulfil a community’s need or survival. This research employed a critical theory paradigm with strategy of case study and ethnography. The data collected were qualitative data. Data analyses were conducted using a qualitative approach. The findings revealed that the concession of fishponds and the timber industry has caused Tomini Bay, initially rich in coastal and marine resources, to experience severe environmental damage. This condition has disrupted the livelihood base of the Bajo Tribe. The Bajo Tribe’s livelihood, which is fully dependent on coastal and marine resources, is threatened. The further impact lies in the fact that most Bajo people still live below the poverty line. To maintain the sustainability of coastal and marine resources and ensure the livelihood base of the Bajo Tribe, the utilisation of local wisdom becomes a very astute choice.

      PubDate: 2018-03-27
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.36-45
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • Deconstructing Indonesian film for Semarang’s city branding as a
           cinematic city

    • Authors: Amida Yusriana, Mutia Rahmi, Mukaromah Mukaromah
      Pages: 46 - 61
      Abstract: The Variety of Culture is the current city branding concept for Semarang City. It depicts the various cultures and ethnicities that live together in Semarang. However, this city branding is considered insufficient to meet the tourism target. This research aims to develop a new branding for Semarang as a Cinematic City. This concept is derived from the success of several cities which famous as shooting locations, for example Oxford in England, Seoul in South Korea, and New Zealand as the filming sites of The Lord of the Rings. The main aim of this research is to map out the potential locations for Semarang’s new branding as a Cinematic City. This research is conducted for three popular movies: Gie, Ayat-Ayat Cinta and Soekarno which those movies used Semarang City as the major filming sites. The result found there are three separated areas in Semarang that can be built as the main points of the city branding. Specifically located in the Old Town District there are Srigunting Park, State Financial Building, Cockfighting site, Berok Bridge, Blenduk Church, Jakarta Lloyd Building, and Berok River. In total, there are nine locations that can be developed as a tourism hub which served as a brand attributes of the effort to construct a Semarang as a Cinematic City. In conclusion, some areas have the potential to be developed into the object of city branding Semarang those are Kota Lama
      District, Imam Bardjo Auditorium University of Diponegoro and Lawang Sewu Building.

      PubDate: 2018-03-28
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.%p
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • Analysis of stakeholder in the development of Labombo Beach sustainable
           town in Palopo City

    • Authors: Muhammad Bibin, Yon Vitner, Zulhamsyah Imran
      Pages: 62 - 71
      Abstract: Labombo Beach is one of the main Palopo City natural tourism. This study aimed to understand the participation of stakeholder in the development of marine tourism in Labombo Beach. The stakeholders that included in this research are the governmental institutions, non-governmental organization, and social
      communities. Those stakeholders are being observed in drawing up policies for proper management and development in Labombo Beach tourist area. The method of this study is used two analytical approaches, qualitative stakeholder analysis and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The results showed that Tourism Department of Palopo City as a mandated agency in government affairs of tourism management and development in Palopo City as well as one of the key players which can fully engage other key players in formulating and evaluating the strategy of maritime tourism development of Labombo Beach. Tourism Department of Palopo City also maintaining a great communication and monitoring the existence of stakeholder actors group (A conscious group of youth lovers of nature and the environment of Palopo City and the community) because that their interests and influence can change in over time. The alternative development of Labombo Beach marine tourism which become the first priority is making tourism zoning, second is improving tourism facilities and infrastructure, third is conducting a tourism promotion and fourth is increasing the foster and train within the community.

      PubDate: 2018-03-27
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.62-71
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • Clientelism and vote buying in local elections: A case study of Kartu
           Bintan Sejahtera

    • Authors: Tri Samnuzulsari, Wayu Eko Yudiatmaja
      Pages: 72 - 83
      Abstract: This study finds out clientelism and vote buying on Kartu Bintan Sejahtera (KBS) in Bintan Regency, Riau Islands. The objective of this study is to understand the practices of clientelism and vote buying using KBS. This study based on case study research. The informants consist of General Election Commission of (KPUD) Riau Islands, candidates of the governor of Riau Islands 2015-2020, candidates of Bintan Regent 2015-2020, along with their supporting parties and campaigning team, and bureaucracy of the implementation of KBS. The main findings of this study suggest that KBS is used as a clientelism and vote buying practices by the candidate of Riau Islands governor and Bintan Regent, 2015-2020 period. This study also finds that formal and informal political networks are utilized by the candidates as a clientelism and vote buying arenas. This study not only contributes to the literature of clientelism and vote buying, but also adds the literature of social policy in the context of Indonesian local politics setting. This study suggests that KBS is used as a media to obtain the support of the voters in the election of governor of Riau Islands and regent of Bintan 2015-2020. All candidates capitalize the issue of KBS to obtain the popularity. The patterns of the practice of clientelism and vote buying in KBS is by using various media campaigns to promote the success story of KBS. Not only in formal campaign but also in informal campaign, they always promote KBS as their success.
      PubDate: 2018-03-27
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.72-83
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • The dynamics of public support for the king in Yogyakarta

    • Authors: Pajar Hatma Indra Jaya
      Pages: 84 - 93
      Abstract: The background of this research is the support of the people of Yogyakarta to the sultan to lead Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. This paper is aimed at examining the relationship between a king and the community in the democracy era. The cases examined specifically in this study were the case of the proposed law of Yogyakarta in the Sutet region, and the ore mining case in Kulonprogo. Research was conducted qualitatively by collecting data through documentation, observation and interview. Informant retrieval technique is done by cluster technique. This research is analyzed by rational choice theory which assumes that people are always trying to optimize the choices that bring benefits (Mallarangeng 2008: 9, Kuper & Kuper 2000: 895). The study had various findings, such that public support of the king could not be explained by the concept of Javanese power and that logical consideration in the form of the interest proximity of each group becomes a concept of public support against the king. When the group interests are closer, they show their support, but, when the gap becomes wider, they readily change their support without fear of karma.

      PubDate: 2018-03-27
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.84-93
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • The survival mechanism of Home Industries (UMKM) of poor families after a

    • Authors: Udji Asiyah
      Pages: 94 - 106
      Abstract: The numerous forms of dependent UMKMs actors and their financial deficit, as well as the threat of poverty, should be prevented by using the substitute institutions that will be able to fulfill the needs of UMKMs in terms of capital, fulfilment of raw materials and marketing activities. The flood of Bengawan Solo River is often served as an annual problem faced by the UMKM in the disaster prone areas. The aim of this research is to formulate contextual intervention policies and programs, especially for community empowerment of home industries (UMKM) actors who are the disasters victims. This research used quantitative method. The data collection technique is interview with the total number of respondents 100 poor families who rely on their daily lives from business industries (UMKM) and in-depth interview to the ten selected informants. Among the UMKM actors who are looking for capital loans for new business start-up, seems to be the most common way to survive. When the prospect to expand the business is believed to be still there, then a respondent will try to rebuild his business from the bottom. However, when they feel there is no opportunity to restart their businesses, then the mechanism is trying to find another job to survive the survival of his family. The efforts to empower UMKM in disaster prone areas cannot be done by relying on a charitable programs and activities, but most importantly is how to awaken, give opportunities and empower UMKM actors in the real sense.

      PubDate: 2018-03-29
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.94-106
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
  • Women Empowerment for Poverty Reduction in Ring-1 Rural Area of a Cement
           Company in Tuban, East Java Province, Indonesia

    • Authors: Rustinsyah Rustinsyah
      Pages: 107 - 118
      Abstract: The existence of a cement company in a rural area may influence the local people, including women who are not employed by the company. This study aims at presenting the case of women empowerment in a Ring-1 area of a cement company in Indonesia. The research used qualitative approach. The results show that the company’s existence with its CSR programs have helped empowering rural women in social, educational, religious, organizational, and economic aspects. The social aspect is shown in the health programs. The educational aspect can be seen in the provision of scholarships for formal education and non-formal training. The religious aspect is actualized in the form of incentives for religion teachers and religious festivals. The organizational aspect is shown in the involvement of women in PKM management. Finally, the economic aspect includes: a) the construction of village road infrastructure as compensation of taxes derived from the company; b) the inclusion of workers from outside the village encourages the emergence of food stalls, grocery stalls, gasoline kiosks, and boarding houses; and c) the development of traditional markets. This study confirms that the company’s existence has encouraged rural women to improve their livelihoods and help alleviate their families from poverty.

      PubDate: 2018-03-28
      DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V31I12018.107-118
      Issue No: Vol. 31, No. 1 (2018)
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