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DISTRIBUSI DAN MARGIN PEMASARAN HASIL TANGKAPAN IKAN DI BANGLIAO HASAN KELURAHAN BAGAN BARAT KECAMATAN BANGKO KABUPATEN ROKAN HILIR Pradini, Ulfa Rizki; Yulinda, Eni; Arief, Hazmi
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 45, No 3 (2017): November 2017
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This research was conducted in February 2017 located in Bangliao Hasan, Bagan Barat Village, Bangko SubDistrict Rokan Hilir Regency. This research is aimed to know the distribution channel of sea fishery fish catching commodity which landed in Bangliao Hasan and to know the amount of marketing margin at every level of marketing institute of marine fishery commodity in Bangliao Hasan. The method used in this study is the survey method with the number of respondents as many as 50 people consisting of 1 owner of bangliao (tauke), 6 workers in bangliao, 10 fishermen, 8 agents, 2 restaurant owners, 15 retailers and 8 people of along-along where the determination of respondents conducted by census. Based on research result it is known that the institutions that play a role in the distribution of fish catch marketing in Bangliao Hasan are fishermen, tauke, agents, retailers and along-along (retailers who sells by traveling around) as well as consumers with a distribution pattern consisting of three distribution chains and the conclusion that can be taken the highest total marketing margin found in Stingray fish IDR 31.000,- and the lowest marketing margin found in Mackerel fish equal to IDR 19.000,-
Pengaruh Pengembangan Ekowisata Bahari Terhadap Kehidupan Sosial dan Ekonomi Masyarakat Sekitar Pantai Batu Kalang Kenagarian Ampang Pulai Kecamatan Xi Tarusan Kabupaten Pesisir Selatan Provinsi Sumatera Barat Alfrianolta, Rian; Yulinda, Eni; Amrifo, Viktor
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 44, No 3 (2016): November 2016
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The research on the influence of marine ecotourism development towards social and economic life was held on December 20, 2015 until January 10, 2016 in South Pesisir regency of West Sumatra Province. This research aims to knowing the influence of marine ecotourism development towards life social and economic  and identifies the development done by government towards ecotourism. The method used was survey’s  method, the survey method done by observation, documentation and interview. The results of this research show that the influence of ecotourism development around communities Batu Kalang Beach was social disease arising from the development of ecotourism, and culture that does not change with the ecotourism and social processes that cooperation and mutual respect and mutual help among people, an influence on the life economic of the new employment for the community in the field of services and trade, the role of government in the development of attraction Batu Kalang Beach have done the planning, infrastructure development and make regulations for the convenience of visitors who come to Batu Kalang Beach.
STUDY OFF FISHING NELAYAN KELURAHAN BAGAN HULU KECAMATAN BANGKO KABUPATEN ROKAN HILIR PROVINSI RIAU Bathara, Lamun; Yulinda, Eni; Gusliani, Hannum
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 40, No 2 (2012): Juli 2012
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The research was implemented in Bagan Hulu Village, Bangko District, RokanHilir Regency, Riau Province at February 2012. The purpose of this research is todescribes fisher’s business beside catching fish and determine the income fromthat business. The methods that used in this research is survey method, thetechnique sample that applied is simple random sampling. Fisher population thathas been working beside catching fish is about 101 peoples. It is about 30% fromthis population are taken as respondent.The fisher jobs beside catching fish in this district is Bakau wood seller about 46,7%; BBM merchant is about 13,3%; oil palm farmer is about 13,3%; sand carrier isabout 16,7%; motorcycles travel rent is about 6,7%; and work at fisheries sourcesprocess is about 3,3%. The income for the fisher, from the business besidecatching fish is about Rp.250.000 – Rp.850.000 per month.Keywords: Fisher, Off Fishing, Income.
Contributions Sub Marine Tourism Opportunity To Work And Family Income Level Natal Sub-District Fishermen On The Beach Natal Mandailing Natal Regency Of North Sumatra Province Nasution, Muhammad Arfinsyah; Yulinda, Eni; Bathara, Lamun
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This research was conductedin the District of Natal Beach Natal Mandailing Natal regency of North Sumatra Provincein June 2013. Methods used to determine the respondents in this study is the census 30 people and proportional sampling of 27% of the total population.Tourism activities in Coastal Christmas brings a positive influence directly or indirectly to the family income of fishermen. The positive influence of perceived family fishermen are job opportunities for fishermen and fishing families. The amount of labor which is the owner or the owner's family members as much as 76 people or as many as 78.35% and the remaining 21 people, or 21.65% of the workers from the out side or not a family member.Keywords: Employment, Contribution Of Marine Tourism Subsector , Kecamatan Natal
Mackerel Fish Cracker Productions Offort In The Karimun District Karimun Regencybriau Archipelago Province Sepra, Melania; Yulinda, Eni; Bathara, Lamun
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This research was conducted in february 2014 ocated in Karimun district Karimun Regency Riau Archipelago Pronvince. Locatian determination is done on purpose as place of research with the basis that there are in Karimun District mackerel fish prossing business into Amplang mackerel crakers. Respondent in this research is the awner business processing mackerel crakker and i employe who works in this business. While consumers and 1 employe who wroks in this busniess. White consumens and marchants who become an informant to obtain supporting data on processed product mackerel crackers.The number of worker in the fish processing business mackerel crackerel as much as 3 people in a onetime processing/ production of fish crackerel processing business is capable of processing up to scopacks, sizes who offerest are heary 1½ ons weight, ptice rp 15.000,- ½ kg weight rp 55.000,- and the weight 1 kg isrp 110.000,-. With an average monthly income is rp 5.284.200,-. Mackerel marketing area is Karimun and Tg,pinang, including, supermarkets, arport and harbor swalayan. The presence the other fish crackers processed mart intocompetition price by mackerel fish crackers product to be very nigh, because processed fish crackers other than mackere lable to well below the price of mackerel creckers. But while the other of procesed crackers offer a low price, mackerel crackers is able to survive because of the this mackerel fish crackers has differenttaste more than other fish crackers.Keyword ; Crackers, Mackerel, Price
The attitude of the fishermen to fisheries extension officers Personnel (the case of fisherman in sejangat village, sub-district of bukit batu, bengkalis district, riau Province) Soraya, Yuyun; Yulinda, Eni
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This research was carried out in May 2014. It aims to know the characteristics of the fisherman,the attitude of the fishermen to fisheries extension officers personnel, and to measure the relationshipbetween the characteristics of the fishermen with the attitude of the fishermen to fisheries extensionofficers personnel in Sejangat Village, Sub-district of Bukit Batu, Bengkalis District, Riau Province.The respondents in this research was 48 people. Methods of analysis used is the attitude measurementtechniques “Likert scale” and Rank Spearman correlation analysis.The attitude of the fishermen to fisheries extension officers based on overall cognitivecomponent had a total score of 1532 in the category quite well with the range of scores (1248-1871).Onthe affective component as a whole had a score of 1780 is a category is good enough (1248-1871) andcomponent behavior had a total score of 960 in the categories less well (528-1055). Relationshipcharacteristics of fishing based on age, education, experience, number of dependents, and income withthe attitude of the fishermen had no significant or have no real correlation with the value P > α(0,05).Keywords: Attitude Of The Fishermen, Attitude Components, Fisheries Extension Officers, SejangatVillag
Analisis kelembagaan pemasaran dan margin tataniaga hasil perikanan tangkap didesa buluh cina kecamatan siak hulu kabupaten kampar provinsi riau Ramizan, Dani; Yulinda, Eni; Bathara, Lamun
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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This study was conducted on 29 January to 5 February 2013 in the Buluh Cina Village Siak Hulu district Kampar Riau Province. This study used survey method with determined sample purposively was 20 respondents. The purposed of this study was determined marketing instutions and marketing margin in research location.Marketing Institutional of fishermen consist of fishermen, distribution consist of fishermen, distributors, and dealers outside the district who come directly to the villageof Buluh Cina. Average price sale every type of fish in each marketing board when viewed from a raised catch, fishermen sold fish catch in Rp.43.000,-/Kg, middle level bought fish with average price in Rp. 49.000,-/Kg, and floor trader average purchase price in Rp. 52.000, -/Kg.Keyword :Analysis ,Marketing Margin,Marketing
The impact of gold mine without permit ( peti ) fishermen of the economic and social village sungai alah subdistrict of hulu kuantan district kuantan singingi province riau Yulinda, Eni; Bathara, Lamun; ', Mahgfirah
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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This study was conducted on September 2013 in Sungai Alah Village, Hulu Kuantan Sub District, Kuantan Singingi District, Riau province. This study aimed to : To determine the impact of illegal mining operation to number of fishermen, determine illegal mining’s impact to fishermen’s socio economic , determine impact of illegal mining on the type of fish before and after the operation of the illegal miners.This study used survey data collection techniques by used questionnaires to selected respondents where respondents numbered 16 , 6 and 10 was fishermen fishing remains sideline . PETI impact on number of fishermen , fishing gear and fish species was decline , fishermen’s socio economic impact was. Provided social assistance to rural communities and also cause disease . Economic impact : reduced revenue in fisheries, was :Rp. 10.200.000 to Rp. 4.300.000. While the non- fisheries sector was : Rp. 23.000.000 to Rp. 42.000.000.Key words : PETI, Fisherment’s, Social and Economy, Sungai Alah Village.
Relationship Patterns of Fishermen With Employer in Kepenghuluan Teluk Pulau Hulu, Rimba Melintang District, Rokan Hilir, Riau Aini, Syarifah; Yulinda, Eni
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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This research was conducted on 17th until 24th June 2013 in the GulfKepenghuluan Hulu Island Wilderness Crossing District of Rokan Hilir RiauProvince. The purpose of this study was to: Describe and analyze the relationshipbetween the fishermen form the employer and Analyze advantages anddisadvantages of fishermen and a relationship with the employer when theemployer in the Upper Subdistrict Kepenghuluan Jungle Island Bay Crossing.Further analyzed in the form of descriptions using descriptive analysis reveals aproblem, situation or event as it is.Pattern of relationships with the employer fishermen in the GulfKepenghuluan Hulu Island interwoven harmoniously without harming next party,because the two are mutually beneficial. Pattern of the relationship is not only thepattern of labor relations, but also the pattern of social relations, patterns ofemotional relationships and patterns of cultural relations. A relationship can notbe separated from the profits and losses incurred by fishermen and employer.Fishermen advantages was financial insurance by loan from employer. Employeradvantages was fish stock by fishermen catch. Disadvantages of this relationshipwas fishermen’s interdepedence to employer. Because of close relationship bothof them, fishermen was not be able to affect sale price of that fish. On the otherhand, employer got worst quality of fishermen’s catch when the catch wasabundant and loss of cost when was little catch.Keyword : Fisherment, Employer, Teluk Pulau Hulu, Patron Client Fisheries
Proses Penjualan Ikan di Desa Tanjung Medang Kecamatan Rangsang Kabupaten Kepulauan Meranti, Provinsi Riau Agustian, Derry; Yulinda, Eni; Nugroho, Firman
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 43, No 1 (2015): Februari 2015
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This study was conducted in October 2013. The aimed of this research to determined how the marketing constraints processed fish, comparing the costrequired by each institution marketing of processed fish, and know the marketing margin and marketing processe fish, known the big profit margin earned by the traderson the marketing of processed fish in the village of Tanjung Medang. The method used in this study is the method of survey respondents by the number offish processors and the number of 12 people who work astradersa mounted to 5 people.  Marketing costs were influenced by the distance of the village of Tanjung Medang to destination marketing, was further influenced by theamount of fish taken orpurchased more and more fish were purchased then its fixed costs will be greater as well. The total cost of marketing every different marketing agency that was highest on the total marketing cost collector was equal to four Rp 50.428.332/month , because these carry traders into four Regions of processed fish to Bengkalis so much so that the greater the total cost was found , while the lowest total cost of marketing was the first collector Rp 39.128.332/month with total revenues, and the value of marketing margins in the village of Tanjung Medang very different, for the highest value of marketing margins in the second collector as much as 68.9 % with the type of fish Lomek processed, while the lowest marketing margin on the first collector as much as 35.9 % with the type of fish processed chicken feathers and marketing agencies value the highest profit margin obtained by the two traders to profit margins Rp 8.979/kg value to the marketing area of Malaysia, while the profit margin for the lowest value obtained by the first traders to profit margin value of Rp 2.255/kg to Tanjung Balai Karimun marketing area.
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