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Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Journal of Socioeconomics and Development (JSeD) is managed by The Study Program of Socioeconomics (Agribusiness), Agriculture Faculty, Widyagama University of Malang. JSeD is published biannually in April and October, and available in printed and online version.
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The Influence of Respondent Characteristics and Different Areas on Small-Scale Fisherman Household Income of Urban Coastal Areas in Pare-Pare City, South Sulawesi Rahim, Abd.; Hastuti, Diah Retno Dwi; Pradipta, Dita; Bustanul, Nurbaya; Azizah, Nur
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Traditional fishermen are small-scale fisheries with small-scale catches. They are commonly found in coastal areas and become one of the main income source of coastal communities in developing countries. They use simple fishing gear and small boats in fishing, such as outboard motor and non-powered motor. The changing of seasons (arrest and famine) in Makassar Strait Waters Bordered which is directly to the West coastal area of Pare-Pare City of South Sulawesi Province Indonesia result in the change of the catch and income production of the catching business. That affects the change of household income, especially the small-scale fishermen outboard motor. The multiple regression econometrics analysis method with independent variable estimation model qualitative was applied. The census technique was used in this study with the total of 42 respondents. The findings indicate that the age as the characteristics of the fisherman respondents and the difference of residence areas have an effect on the change of household income of small-scale fisherman. Meanwhile the education, family dependent, and the experience of going to sea do not affect the household income. The productive fishermen has a better physical ability to make an optimal capture for the welfare of their family in meeting the needs in their household.  JEL Classification:  D19, Q18, Q22
The Identification of Research Priority in The Field of Food Security Triyono, Budi; Laksani, Chichi Sinthia; Zulhamdani, Muhammad; Nadhiroh, Irene Muflikh; Ariana, Lutfah
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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The development of food security in Indonesia still faces various problems. Dealing with those problems, the role of research and development institutions such as the Indonesia Institute of Sciences (LIPI) is needed. LIPI as a government R & D institution is expected not only to produce knowledge, but also to play an active role in solving various problems of the nation including in the field of food security. The results of the evaluation of LIPI's activities show that it has produced significant and strategic research outputs. However, only a few have been successfully implemented to solve food problems. Therefore, a study of Research Priority Setting (RPS) is needed so that the LIPI research activities program in the future will produce more research outputs that play a role in providing solutions in this food sector. The purpose of this RPS study is to provide direction so that LIPI research in the future can contribute more to solving problems in the food sector. This study starts from the activity stage to identify strategic issues that need to be resolved through R & D activities. This identification activity is carried out through a round table discussion involving stakeholders. The next stage is to determine researches that need to be prioritized by LIPI in the next five years using the Delphi method. From the study, it is concluded that in the next five years LIPI's R & D activities should be focused on: (1) the development of biological organic fertilizer, (2) the development of local food materials, (3) the development of Germplasm, (4) the functional food development, and (5) the development of modern agriculture.  JEL Classification: D24, L26, Q12
The Economic Feasibility of Sweet Potatos Farming by Using Selected N Fertilization Elisabeth, Dian Adi Anggraeni; Ginting, Erliana; Restuono, Joko
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Sweet potato is normally cultivated in wet land after rice or in dry land during rainy season. N fertilization is commonly applied to increase sweet potato yield. Therefore, the economic feasibility of using selected N fertilizer in sweet potato farming in dry land was studied. Three improved varieties, namely Jago (white-fleshed), Beta 2 (orange-fleshed), and Antin 2 (purple-fleshed) were grown at the Experimental Station of Muneng, East Java and treated with six N fertilization as follows: F1= 0 N fertilization as a check; F2= 50 kg/ha of Urea; F3= 100 kg/ha of Urea; F4= 100 kg/ha of ZA; F5= 200 kg/ha of ZA; and F6= 5,000 kg/ha of manure. The treatment is assumed to be economically viable if the value of Marginal Benefit Cost Ratio (MBCR) is greater than 1. The results showed that the combination of  F2 with Beta 2, F3 with Antin 2, and F5 with Beta 2 were viable with the MBCR value of 17.13, 25.85, and 11.61, respectively. Although the data was limited, the study tentatively concludes that profitable N fertilization for sweet potato farming considerably depends on differences in yield, N fertilizer source and dose, as well as selling price of particular variety.JEL Classification: C93, D24, Q12
The Relationship between The Adoption of Innovation and The Communication Channel of Madura Cattle Farmers Bakhtiar, Ary; Novanda, Ridha Rizki
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v1i2.604

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Madura cattle are one type of local cattle developed and maintained by some Madurese farmers. The adoption of technology is a concept used to absorb new innovative technologies in relation to the development of Madura cattle breeding businesses. Communication channels hold an important role in delivering information to farmers. Active communication channels can facilitate farmers in absorbing information, so the purpose of this study is to analyze how the relationship between communication channels with the adoption of innovation in Madura cattle farmers in the Madura islands. This research was carried out in August 2018 by using secondary data with the research findings taken were Sumenep Regency, Pamekasan, and Bangkalan. The samples taken are 60 people and processed by using Spearman rank correlation analysis method. The results showed that the communication channel is significantly related to knowledge with a correlation coefficient of 0.314. Beside that, the communication channel is significantly related to the decision with the Spearman correlation value of 0.046. Meanwhile, the stages of implementation, implementation, and confirmation do not have a relationship with the communication channel. The adoption of innovative technology relies heavily on the communication channels chosen to transmit technological innovation. The selection of the right extension agents is directly to demonstrate technological innovation to farmers. Thus, the stakeholders are expected to be able to provide direct counseling to increase knowledge and decisions to adopt innovative technology.JEL Classification: O31, Q12, Q16
Performance Evaluation of The Extension Worker and The Development Strategy of Organic Agriculture Extension in Batu City Prasetyo, Hendro; Hariani, Lilis
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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The area of Batu City generally performs high agricultural productivity. Batu is known as a producer of food and horticultural commodities that meet the needs of other regions. However, an excessive use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers in agricultural land has resulted in reducing land quality and productivity. Regarding such issues, the municipal government of Batu city encourages the implementation of organic farming. The role of extension workers is expected to be able to provide implementation up to the level of farmer cultivation management. The objectives of this study include (1) evaluating the performance of agricultural extension services, (2) identifying the internal and external environment of the organic agriculture extension program, (3) analyzing the strategy for developing an organic agriculture extension program. The study was conducted in the District of Junrejo Bumiaji Batu. Farmers and key persons were interviewed to obtain perceptual variables on the performance of extension workers, and strategies to increase the role of extension workers. The results of this study indicate that the performance of agricultural extension in seven indicators is sufficient. Only one indicator that has unsatisfactory performance is the media used in education counseling. Strategies for increasing the role of extension workers include: (1) improving information about organic agriculture by improving extension methods, (2) increasing the ability of farmer groups by working with stakeholders, (3) improving more effective and efficient extension methods, (4) improving the number of extension agents to optimize services for farmers, and (5) improving the quality of extension workers.JEL Classification: Q16, Q58, Q56
The Effect of Destination Image, Amenities and Prices on Tourists’ Satisfaction: A Study of Visitors of Jatim Park 1, Batu Febinanda, Denis Twi; Pasla, Peter Remy Yosy; Asepta, Uki Yonda
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the influence of the destination image, amenities, and prices on the satisfaction of visitors to Jatim Park 1 Batu. The population of this study was visitors to Jatim Park 1 Batu at the time of this study, in April 2018. The sample size used was 100 respondents with the criteria that they had visited Jatim Park 1 and were 20 years old or more. The data were obtained through questionnaires, where tourists accessed via the Google forms application. Data analysis used was a descriptive approach and multiple linear regression statistics. The results show that tourist satisfaction was significantly influenced by prices variable, while the destination image and amenity did not show influence. Thus, Jatim Park 1 manager needs to improve promotion, product development, and quality services to provide a destination image and comfort for tourists.JEL Classification: D22, M31, Z30
The Performance of Agricultural Extension Workers in Utilizing Cyber Extension in Malang Raya Region Sabir, Sabir; Sugiyanto, Sugiyanto; Sukesi, Keppi; Yuliati, Yayuk
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Cyber extension is a system of agricultural extension information through the internet media to support the provision of extension materials and agricultural information for extension workers. The existence of cyber extension is expected to support the performance of agricultural extension workers. This study aims to describe the implementation of cyber extension, describe the extension worker in the utilization of cyber extension and formulate the improvement efforts of extension worker in cyber extension in Malang Raya area. The research method used a combination of quantitative and qualitative (concurrent mixed method). This study revealed that three regions did not have administrator or manager of cyber extension. In addition, the results of descriptive analysis showed that the performance of agricultural extension-based cyber extension in Malang Raya region is still very low. Several efforts that can be taken by the government are to facilitate the technical implementation unit of extension with cyber extension equipment, the provision of financing budget and the socialization of cyber extension utilization to the extension worker.JEL Classification: D80, Q16, Q18
Index of The Subject and The Author Nugroho, Iwan
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