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Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Indonesian Journal of Geography ISSN 2354-9114 (online), ISSN 0024-9521 (print) is an international journal of Geography published by the Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada in collaboration with The Indonesian Geographers Association. Our scope of publications includes physical geography, human geography, regional planning and development, cartography, remote sensing, and geographic information system. IJG publishes its issues three times a year in April, August, and December.
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HARMONIOUS INTERACTION AMONG ETHNICAL COMMUNITIES IN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Sismudjito Sismudjito; Badaruddin Badaruddin; Suwardi Lubis
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 2 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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This research was conducted in 13 villages of Secanggang district, North Sumatra Province-Indonesia. This study describes the capacity and condition of harmonious interaction among ethnical communities in regional development, which focuses on villager motivation as intervening variables. Motivation is a very important instrument in bridging the concepts of harmony among communities towards regional development. Development of a region is implemented through harmonious interaction among various ethnic communities that can serve motivation as an intervening variable. This study uses a combination of qualitative (exploratory) and quantitative method.  There is one factor that plays a role as a determinant factor in causing successful development. The interaction, either directly or indirectly, generates assimilation between ethnical cultures.
UTILIZATION OF GEOTAGGED PHOTOGRAPH, REMOTE SENSING, AND GIS FOR POST-DISASTER DAMAGE ASSESSMENT Sapta Nugraha; Michiel Damen
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 2 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Merapi eruption in 2010 causing major damage impact on that region. Post-disaster damage assessment thathas been done by the government have not been supported with a good spatial data so that validation isrelatively weak. Method of post-disaster damage assessment, particularly assessment of building damage usinggeotagged photos, remote sensing and GIS is expected to improve the method of damage assessment by thegovernment of Indonesia. Geojot Applications for Android Smartphone/Tablet allows the assessment of buildingdamage to be included in the photo attribute. Interpretation of satellite imagery of building damage is done byusing three indications: building visibility, building collapse, and building roof. Geotagged photograph cancomplement the needs of building damage assessment from satellite images because it can describe thestructural and non-structural damage to buildings clearly. Geotagged photograph with GPS Lock-Off moderequiring information on the direction and distance of the object being photographed. Geotagged photographwith the QR code is the most profitable because the identity of the building is already known and can bematched with an existing database.
THE EFFECT OF LAND USE AND COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION ON FLOOD CONTROL AT NORTH ACEH DISTRICT Wesli Wesli; Sirojuzilam Sirojuzilam; A Rahim Matondang; Suwardi Lubis
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 2 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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This study is intended to answer the effect of land use, community participation and their relationship toflooding. The result states that land use has a direct effect to flooding with value of about -0.323, all of the land use does not have an indirect effect, therefore the total score is -0.323. Community participation for flood control has a direct effect of about 1.640. The participation does not have an indirect effect, therefore the total effect is 1.640. Community participation has a direct effect to flooding with score of -0.416. The indirect effect is 2.322, while the total effect is 1.906. Land use for flood control has no direct effect and indirect effect. Land use has a direct effect to flood with score of a bout -0.323. It does not have an indirect effect, while the total effect is -0.323. Flood control effect on flooding has a direct effect of 1.416. It does not have indirect effect, thus the total effect is 1.416. The study reveals that the land use and community participation related to flood variables have significant effect. Moreover, flood control effort also has significant effect to reduce flooding.
LAND MANAGEMENT, THE MYTH OF DEWI SRI, AND THE BALANCE OF JAVANESE COSMOLOGY, AN ANTHROPOGEOGRAPHIC OVERVIEW Suwardi Suwardi
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 2 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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The research was conducted in the Prangkokan Village, Purwosari, Girimulyo, Kulon Progo,, Yogyakarta. Thepurpose of this study is to reveal the land management practice in the study area based on the mythl of Dewi Sri who is believed to maintain the balance of cosmos. Significance assessment performed based onanthropogeographic approach. This research was conducted based on qualitative ethnographic methods. Theresults showed that agricultural land management still influenced by the myth of Dewi Sri. This “Dewi Srimyth” is trusted by the farmers because they believe that the gods were able to maintain soil fertility. Dewi Sri myth is also believed to be able to maintain the balance of the cosmos. In anthropogeographic terms, thefarmers live in Prangkokan village are managing arable land and yard with a spiritual mindset. The traditional management of soils apparently is believed can bring fertility and prosperity to the community life.
ETHNIC CONCENTRATION AREAS IN NEIGHBOURHOOD PERSPECTIVE IN ENSCHEDE, THE NETHERLANDS Rian Wulan; Javier Martinez; Sherif Amer
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 2 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Previous studies suggest that measuring ethnic segregation at a disaggregated level allows capturing variabilityof ethnic concentration areas within a city. However, many ignore the relative locations of each neighbourhoodto identify ethnic concentration areas. It causes misidentification of ethnic concentration areas. Using the 2009population data of Enschede, this study investigated the concentration areas at postcode level. The “scale of theneighbourhood” represents the extent of concentration influenced by population in neighbouring postcodes.Using composite population at different scales of neighbourhood, it was revealed that concentration areas atsub-city level are characterized by isolation and clustering dimensions. Few postcodes are Turkish or Moroccanconcentration areas which are located outside the city center. Small number of cluster and isolated areaindicates that the ethnic concentration in Enschede is relatively low. The study has advanced the hypothesisabout segregation measurement, that spatial proximity to neighbouring areas has a large impact on variabilityof ethnic segregation.
RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY AND SOCIO-SPATIAL SORTING IN KADUNA METROPOLIS, NIGERIA Olumide Akinwumi Oluwole
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 2 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Residential mobility is a process which has significant effect on the urbanscape. The preferred directional biasof the mover households in Kaduna metropolis typifies the Schelling’s model of residential tipping whichultimately resulted in residential segregation. The level of the segregation was subjected to analysis by the useof multigroup analog, and was found to be 0.58. This index is moderately high. Also, residential mobility,amongst other factors led to the expansion of the metropolis, strengthen family ties and above all led to thesocio-spatial sorting of the residents. This study recommends continuous research in residential mobilitybecause it is very useful in the forecast of future landuse patterns which are critical to urban development.
THE SPATIAL INTERACTION OF BANDUNG CITIZENS Lili Somantri
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 2 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Bandung is one of the cities in Indonesia which has rapid population growth. Bandung also has high citizenmobility that comes from both other areas around the city and inside the city itself. This mobility is causeddaily activities of the citizen, eitherby studying or working. The objectives of this research are to analyze: 1) thecitizen mobility in Bandung, 2) the spatial distribution of land uses in Bandung, and 3) the spatial interaction ofBandung citizens, on the basis of land use and citizen mobility in Bandung. This research uses descriptiveanalytical method. The data is collected by using interview based technique. The collected data consist ofmobility location, type of occupation, modes of transportation, destination location, and land use type. The dataare analyzed using percentage and origin-destination matrix. The result of this research indicates that thepurpose of the citizen mobility in Bandung is mostly conducted to work by using his/her own vehicle. Most ofthe mobility is occurred around each developmental area. Furthermore, it is also revealed that there is amassive movement to Cibeunying region,n which is used for educational purposes, offices, and trading areas.
SPATIAL - TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF URBAN HEAT ISLAND IN TANGERANG CITY Adi Wibowo
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 2 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Urban Heat Island (UHI) is a phenomenon which is affected by human activities. Land use change by humanactivities, expressed by urbanization that means rural or suburban areas changed to urban areas. This study isintended to identify the UHI phenomena in Tangerang city. To answer the aim of this research,temperature datais collected (direct and indirect data). Direct collection for air surface temperature conducted by surveyingsome location collect in 24 hour period (April 2012) and another location by rapid 10 – 15 minute in day time(April, July, August and September 2012). This technique employed mobile temperature and humidity tools.Secondary air surface temperature data (24 hour period) during 2009-2012 also use in this study. Indirect dataemployed Landsat TM only two year data 2001 and 2012 for land surface temperature. Satellite data employedto identify land cover change to get information about land use change. The result shown that the temperaturecondition, both air surface and land surface temperature, were changed. UHI phenomenon in Tangerang Cityindicated by temperature higher than 300C. Based on land surface temperature, UHI phenomenon in 2001already occurred at small area. UHI phenomenon in 2012 almost covered the Tangerang City area. UHI Indexin 2009 is 3.60C, in 2011 is 1.50C and then 2012 become 1.20C. This study concludes that UHI phenomenafound since 2001 and trend of UHI Index AST since 2009 with average UHI Index AST of 20C. UHI Index LSTin 2001 is 9.780C and 2012 is 13.960C

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