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MOBILITAS TENAGA KERJA PEREMPUAN DI KELURAHAN TARA-TARA DUA KOTA TOMOHON Mokoagow, Arsilfa Nurjana; Laoh, O. Esry. H.; Timban, Jean F. J.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 13, No 3A (2017)
Publisher : Sam Ratulangi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.13.3A.2017.18554

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This study aims to determine the social mobility of female workers in Tara-tara Dua Village, Tomohon City. The research was conducted for 4 months, from February until May 2017. The data collected in this research are primary data and secondary data. Primary data was obtained from interview to the respondents’ ie female labor based on the prepared list of question. Secondary data obtained by Tara-tara Dua Village Office, Tomohon City. Analysis of data used in this research is Descriptive Analysis, where the data collected will be presented in tabular form. The results show that upward vertical social mobility on the type of housekeeper's job is to be a cake seller, food seller, selling rice, stall owner. When viewed from the previous occupation as rice farmers there is a vertical mobility that upward mobility with the supporting income and the more promising types of jobs as household servants, cooperative employees, stall owners, State Civil Servants (ASN), vegetable traders in the market, village equipment, and rice sellers.
VALUASI SUMBERDAYA AIR (STUDI KASUS KAWASAN MATA AIR TATANEYAN DI KELURAHAN KINILOW I, KECAMATAN TOMOHON UTARA, KOTA TOMOHON) Lopis, Rolla A.C.; Laoh, O. Esry. H.; Sondakh, Mex L.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 13, No 1A (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.13.1A.2017.14961

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This study aims to determine how how big the valuations of water in the spring Tataneyan located in the Village Kinilow I, District of North Tomohon, Tomohon, by using the concept of economic valuation to calculate the value of the utilization of water resources directly or indirectly. This study was conducted from October to December 2016, using primary and secondary data with sampling technique simple random sampling method and the respondents as many as 30 people. Analysis of the data used is quantitative analysis to identify the value of the value of benefits in the area of water resources in the waters Tataneyan value direct use for domestic households and public bath are also value the presence of fish breeding and agricultural irrigation water spinach. The results showed that the area of the springs Tataneyan have a total economic benefit value of Rp. 1.586.715.372/year. By calculating the average value of the obtained surplus WTP consumers showed the overall consumer receives more benefits than the actual price that is able to pay in exploiting springs Tataneyan. The total value of economic benefits can be used as a reference for local communities in the utilization and management of water in the spring Tataneyan.Keywords : Economic Valuation, Water Resources, WTP ( Willingness to pay), Kinilow, Tomohon
ANALISIS RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU (RTH) KOTA MANADO Pangemanan, Ravena R. R.; Laoh, O. Esry. H.; Katiandagho, Theodora M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 13, No 3 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.13.3.2017.17955

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This study aims to identify the Green Open Space of Manado City and to study the Green Open Space in Manado City by comparing with the determination of green open space based on Law No. 26 of 2007 article 29 on spatial planning. The study was conducted from February to Jully 2017, using secondary data. Secondary data were obtained from the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) of Manado City, and the Office of the Regional Development Planning Board (BAPPEDA) of Manado City. Data analysis used is availability analysis, requirement analysis (by area), and adequacy analysis. The results showed that the availability of public green space in Manado City has not reached the target or 20% for public open space and in Manado City there are only 2283,25 hectares or around 14,51%, while for private Green Open Space in Manado city is very wide as 10223, 57 hectares or around 63,01%, has exceeded up to six times the private Green Open Space target of 10%. For that presumably the government can regulate the spatial related to Green Open Space in an effort to improve environmental quality in Manado City, especially in public green space that is still less than the target.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN DAN KONSUMSI MASYARAKAT PESISIR PANTAI (Studi Kasus: Di Dusun Rarumis Desa Karor Kecamatan Lembean Timur) Pangerapan, Mianty .,; Laoh, O. Esry. H.; Tangkere, Ellen G.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 14, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.14.1.2018.18960

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The study aims to determine the income and consumption of coastal communities in Rarumis hamlet eastern sub-district of Lembean. The data used are primary data and secondarydata. Primary data were obtained by using direct interview of technique on respondents by using questionnaire (questionnaire). While secondary data is obtained from Karor village office ofeastern sub-district of Lembean. Sample method in this study used population method where sampling or data taken as a whole. The concept of meansurement of variables used in householdconsumption and income levels. The result of this research shows that Hamlet Rarumis Districts of eastern daienan there are two income from society that is basic income as farmer obtained byresult of plant of chili, corn, coconut and side income as farm laborer working in owned land of others, as fisherman doing fish at sea for sale in other villages, as well as small businesses by opening stalls. Income that the perolwh community is used to meet the consumption of each family through the expenditure of primary, secondary and tertiary needs.