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Journal of Development Research
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Journal of Development Research, a journal runs by the Institute for Research and Community Services Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Blitar. Journal facilitates publication of the results of research in the field of human and region development. The journal is published in two versions, the print and electronic version. This journal is published every six months, i.e. April and Oktober.
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The Analysis on Income of Beef Cattle Breeders in Various Crop Patterns in Umbulsari District, Jember Regency Noer Soetjipto; Zaenal Fanani; Nanang Dwi Wahyono
Journal of Development Research Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018): Volume 2, Number 1, May 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (662.668 KB) | DOI: 10.28926/jdr.v2i1.32

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The objective of research is: (1) to analyze the cost incurred at integrated farming involving beef cat-tle breeding and various crop patterns; (2) to estimate the revenue received from the integrated farm-ing involving beef cattle breeding and various crop patterns; (3) to find out the income obtained from the integrated farming involving beef cattle breeding and various crop patterns; and (4) to acknowledge the balance of revenue and cost of the integrated farming involving beef cattle breeding and various crop patterns. Research was located in Umbulsari District, Jember Regency, starting from 16 June 2016 to 28 September 2016. Sampling frame technique used in this research is Two-Stage Cluster Sampling. Both sampel and location of research are determined with purposive sampling. The analytical model of research is the analysis on cost and revenue of livestock-crop farming. Research indicates some results. (1) Crop Pattern 5, which cultivates sugarcane only, and beef cattle breeding have produced the heaviest cost of all combinations observed, especially if measured in terms of per hectare and per livestock unit. The cost for this crop pattern is IDR 96,750,000.- while the cost for beef cattle breeding is IDR 10,865,000.-. Total cost of both works attains IDR 107,615,000.-. The reason behind this huge cost is that Crop Pattern 5 involves high production cost to cover the costs of land processing, land lease, and organic fertilizer; (2) Crop Pattern 5 has produced the highest reve-nue. The revenue of this crop pattern per hectare is IDR 110,450,000.- while beef cattle breeding per livestock unit gives revenue at IDR 14,900,000.-. Total revenue then is around IDR 125,350,000.-; (3) The income obtained from Crop Pattern 5 is IDR 13,700,000.- whereas beef cattle breeding deliv-ers income around IDR 4,035,000.-. Total income is then IDR 17,735,000.-. (4) The highest balance between revenue and cost is 1.82 and it is found at Crop Pattern 4.
Factors Influencing The Revenue Of Broiler Open House System Partnership Corporate X In Indonesia: Factors Influencing The Revenue Of Broiler Open House System Partnership, Corporate X In Indonesia Niswatin Hasanah; Zaenal Fanani
Journal of Development Research Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018): Volume 2, Number 1, May 2018
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The objective of research is to understand factors influencing the revenue of broiler farming. Re-search starts from June to July 2015. Method of research is case study. Data collection technique in-cludes observation and interview. The interview is conducted with 30 broiler farmers selected through total sampling and also corporation X In Kediri Indonesia. Data analysis tool involves descriptive analysis, economic analysis and regression analysis with SPSS16. Result of research indicates that various strata can be arranged based on chicken ownership (breeding capacity), respectively 3,000-12,000 chickens for Strata I, 12,000-27,000 chickens for Strata II, and > 30,000 chickens for Strata III. Production cost, revenue and profit in Strata III are greater than those in Strata I and II. Factors influencing the revenue of breeder on period 1 -6 include feed cost, broiler sale and bonus. Based on financial analysis against broiler breeding, the breeding is profitable and also reliable pursuant to what has been shown by financial result.
Effect of Use Different Eggs with Different Techniques of Salted Eggs on the level of Consumer Preference Selvia Tharukliling; Zaenal Fanani
Journal of Development Research Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018): Volume 2, Number 1, May 2018
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This study aims to determine the effect of different types of eggs and salting techniques on making salted eggs to the level of consumer preference. Types of eggs used are duck eggs, laying chicken eggs and local chicken eggs. The three types of eggs will be in use by using the method of immersion and wrapping. This study used a completely randomized design with 2 x 3 factorial pattern with 3 replications to obtain 18 experimental units. The variables observed in this study are the color of egg yolk, egg texture, salty egg taste, and the level of consumer preference. Based on the results of the research results obtained for variables yellow eggs have a significant effect (p <0.01) with the highest value in duck eggs with the technique of wrapping and then in the duck eggs by immersion tech-niques while the chicken eggs and eggs on the eggs obtained results which is not much different. Next to the texture of salted eggs the results have no real effect but the highest value remains in duck eggs with wrapping technique. In taste ariable results have a significant effect (p <0.01) on the taste of salt-ed eggs and the best results are on duck eggs with packaging techniques. The last variable is the level of consumer preferences to the salted eggs results have a significant effect on the level of consumers with the highest value on duck eggs with immersion techniques. Of the four variables can be conclud-ed that the results showed the highest and best value according to the consumer is a salted egg from duck eggs with immersion techniques.
The Effect of Patriarchal Ideology on Daughter's Character Building in Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie Ririn Pratiwi Suharto
Journal of Development Research Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018): Volume 2, Number 1, May 2018
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The character of daughter is built by her father patriarchal ideology in patrilineal kinship. For example, that issue was depicted on Laura as a daughter in Laura Ingalls Wilder Little House on the Prairie (1971). This study aims to explain the way of Laura thinking and behaving which are influenced by her father patriarchal ideology. Then, this study aims to explain the success of her father patriarchal ideology on Laura character building in that novel. This study was a kind of library research. The research method of this study was close reading by using feminism approach. The results of this study showed that first, the character of Laura had been built by her father patriarchal ideology through the way of thinking in Little House on the Prairie (1971). Laura had a forward thinking pattern for the future. She also had the ability to think quickly and logically. She also had a similar thought with her father about the animal skill. She was also able to think critically, as an adult about her safety and the Ingalls family. Second, the way of Laura behaving was also built by her father patriarchal ideology. Laura had an affectionate behaviour toward fellow creatures. She was also be nice when she made a new relationship with the stranger people. She also had a polite behaviour to respect others. Third, Laura father patriarchal ideology was successfully influenced her daughter character building in Laura Ingalls Wilder Little House on the Prairie. Pa as Laura father was considered became the protector for Laura and the Ingalls family. He was also positioned as the superior one by Laura, even he was considered became a hero for the Ingalls family. Pa was also considered had an important role by Laura in her life and also the Ingalls family.
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Journal of Development Research Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018): Volume 2, Number 1, May 2018
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Consensus of Democracy in Making The National Development (Case Study of Dynamics Conflict of Selection of The Message Village Head in Blitar District) Anwar Samaudin
Journal of Development Research Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018): Volume 2, Number 1, May 2018
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This research is based on the simultaneous election of village heads in 2013. This phenomenon arises because of the local government policy to hold simultaneous village head elections in Blitar regency. This study aims to determine the description of conflict of simultaneous village head election in Blitar Regency followed by 150 villages. This research was conducted in eight villages of Blitar Regency. This research uses qualitative method, and described descriptively with data source in this research consist of 8 candidate of village head, some support from eight candidate of village head who has conflict. Data collection techniques used are observation, interview and documentation. Sampling technique used in this research is purposive sampling. The validity of the data in this study using triangulation techniques sources and data analysis using interactive Miles and Huberman. The result of the research shows that the conflict of simultaneous village head election in Blitar Regency that varied from the couple of husband and wife, the candidate pair from the messenger or the right hand of one candidate, the existence of some cheating in the election process, the candidate of the headache is sick to death, self. The conflicts are caused by several factors such as the absence of the candidates who register until the time limit is set, the public expectation of the leadership of one of the candidates, and the simultaneous village head election conflict in Blitar Regency are ridden by other interests, there are those who do not like one of the candidates village head. Forms of conflict that occurred in Blitar district that is the latent conflict that already exists between the two candidates for village head, manifest conflict is a riot in the form of filing a lawsuit, there is also a vertical conflict between one candidate with the supporters of the opposing party and also horizontal conflict that is between supporters.
The Potential of Economic Base of the Livestock Sector in Kediri-East Java Nur Solikin; Budi Hartono; Zaenal Fanani; M Nur Ihsan
Journal of Development Research Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018): Volume 2, Number 1, May 2018
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Purpose of this study is to describe the potential of economic base of livestock commodities in Kediri-East Java- Indonesia. The research was conducted from March 2017 by using exploratory method, referring to secondary data in Statistic Centers publication of Kediri Regency. Location Quotient Analysis (LQ) data analysis was usedto determine the economic base of livestock sector in Kediri Re-gency. The results of the research are identified as follows: 1) Sub-district Base of beef cattle live-stock that is located in Mojo, Semen, Ngadiluwih, Ngancar, Plosoklaten, Gurah, Kunjang, Plemahan, Purwoasri, Papar, Pagu, KayenKidul, Gampengrejo, Ngasem, Banyakan, Grogol , and Tarokan. 2) Districts of dairy cattle commodity base include Ngancar, Plosoklaten, Kandangan, KayenKidul, and Gampengrejo. 3) Subdistrict base of buffalo cattle commodity include Mojo, and Ngadiluwih, Ke-pung, Kandangan, Badas, Kunjang, Gampeng, Ngasem, and Grogol. 4) The sub-districts of horse livestock commodities include Mojo, Semen, Kandangan, Kunjang, Plemahan, Gampengrejo, Ban-yakan, Grogol, and Tarokan. 5) Sub-district of pigs commodity base include Wates, Ngancar, Gamp-engrejo, and Banyakan sub-districts. 6) The districts of goats / sheep bases include Mojo, Semen, Kras, Ngancar, Plosoklaten, Gurah, Kepung, Kandangan, Kunjang, Plemahan, Purwoasri, Papar, Pa-gu, Kayenkidul, Gampengrejo, Ngasem, Banyakan, Grogol, and Tarokan. 7) The sub-districts of the commodities of chicken breeds include Mojo, Semen, Ngadiluwih, Kras, Gurah, Kepung, Kandangan, Kunjang, Plemahan, Purwoasri, Papar, Pagu, KayenKidul, Gampengrejo, Ngasem, Banyakan, Grogol, and Tarokan. 8) Sub-districts of commodities of chicken breeds include Kras, Ringinrejo, Kandat, Wates, Plosoklaten, Puncu, Pare, and Badassubdistricts. 9) The districts of livestock com-modity base include Mojo, Semen, Ngadiluwih, Kandat, Ngancar, Kandangan, Badas, Plemahan, Pa-gu, Gampengrejo, Ngasem, Banyakan, Grogol and Tarokansubdistricts. 10) Rabbit livestock com-modity base covers the sub-districts of Semen, Kras, Ngancar, Plosoklaten, Gurah, Kepung, Kan-dangan, Gampengrejo, Ngasem, Banyakan and Grogol.

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