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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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[RETRACTED] Location–Allocation Model Applied to Urban Public Services: Spatial Analysis of Fire Stations in Mysore Urban Area Karnataka, India Javaid Ahmad Tali; Divya S; Asima Nusrath
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.25365

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This article was retracted due to the following reasons. Retraction note here: https://jurnal.ugm.ac.id/ijg/article/view/62031/pdf RETRACTION TO : Javaid Ahmad Tali, Divya S, Asima Nusrath (2020). Location–Allocation Model Applied to Urban Public Services: Spatial Analysis of Fire Stations in Mysore Urban Area Karnataka, India. Indonesian Journal of Geography, 52(2). 201-207 (doi. 10.22146/ijg.25365). This article has been retracted by Publisher based on the following reason:Double publish in Transactions of the Institute by Indian Geographers, 2019, 41(1), pp. 1-12 Based on clarification via email, Authors of the above paper have admitted their double publish to the previously published paper by Transactions of the Institute of Indian Geographers, 2019, 41(1), pp. 1-12We apologies are offered to readers of the journal that this was not detected during the submission process.
How Far Can Tourism Go? Residents' Attitudes toward Tourism Development in Yogyakarta City, Indonesia Mohamad Yusuf
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.38375

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In the last 10 years, tourism has been rapidly growing in Yogyakarta. Studies show that tourism development in Yogyakarta has led to irritated feelings among local residents. This study aims to measure residents' attitudes toward tourism development in Yogyakarta by using validated measurement properties with a scale that measures residents' attitudes toward sustainable tourism development (SUS-TAS). The instrument was distributed to 1,687 local residents living in three main tourist destinations in Yogyakarta. Confirmatory factor analysis was conducted to measure the validity and internal reliability of each variable. Descriptive quantitative analysis was also conducted to investigate the level of agreement among residents to each variable. Findings support the seven dimensions in the SUS-TAS scale. Perceived social cost and community participation are the variables with the lowest level of agreement among the variables. Results also confirm underlying tourism development problems in Yogyakarta. 
Community Group Networking on the Community-based Adaptation Measure in Tapak Village, Semarang Coastal Area Bintang Septiarani; Wiwandari Handayani
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.39053

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The north coast of Central Java is one of the most vulnerable regions to climate change in Indonesia. Various activity in coastal area also leads to the growing of informal sector that closely related to the growing number of poor people in coastal area. Therefore, the loss of livelihood triggers the awareness of stakeholder to help people through Community-based Adaptation (CBA) in Semarang coastal area. This paper aims to elaborate on the importance of networking aspect in CBA that works in Semarang Coastal Area. Scope area of this research is Tapak Village which regarded as a pilot area of CBA implementation in Semarang. Stakeholders mapping and social network analysis was used to visualizing the community interaction in their adaptation measures. The purposive sample in interviewing CBA stakeholders is used to support the stakeholder analysis using Gephi 0.9 software. The finding shows that the existence of networks between the community and the relevant stakeholders such as NGO and local government also became one of the supporting factors for the sustainability of community-based adaptation approach in coastal areas of Semarang City. 
Measuring Urban Form Units: Alternative for Characterizing Urban Growth Pattern in Yogyakarta Urbanized Areas Mutiasari Kurnia Devi; Lulu Mari Fitria; Muhammad Sani Roychansyah; Yori Herwangi
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.40599

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Yogyakarta is one of city in Indonesia which experience urban agglomeration called by Yogyakarta Urbanized Area (YUA). In this paper, identified the characters of each part of YUA by examining its urban form unit. This paper assesses the characteristics of urban forms distributed within YUA. Quantitative measurements were proposed for classifying the urban form typologies. Density, diversity, and accessibility were used to represent the urban form characteristic., the typologies are classified into three groups which are low compact, middle compact, and high compact. The result shows that the majority areas in YUA are grouped into middle compact typology where most of them are located in the city of Yogyakarta administrative area. Meanwhile, the areas, categorized as low compact typology, are in the hinterland area of Yogyakarta. High compact typology are concentrated in the centre of YUA where it has the highest activity concentration for the whole urban structure context. This study discovers that characterizing the urban growth patterns using quantitative method can distinguish urban form. At the end, this paper provides an important note about the distribution of urban form typology in the agglomeration area and, in the future, can be used to design urban policies, especially in the utilization of urban space. 
Urban sprawl functional-structural changes in neighborhood settlements: Case of study Shiraz Musa Kamanroodi Kojuri; KAMRAN Jafarpour Ghalehteimouri; Ali Janbazi; Farhad Azizpour
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.41303

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Sprawl is one of the forms of expansion that has entered the literature of urban management and planning in the last half-century. Iranian cities are very good example for city sprawl and they have experienced this kind of expansion in very short period and very fast. This paper aims to identify, describe, and analyze Shiraz scatter and sprawl development and its resulting functional-structure, this research is based on exploratory, descriptive and analytical methods. Data collection in this research is through the secondary data and fieldwork research techniques. Data analysis demands descriptive and inferential statistics (Pearson regression correlation). This study suggests that since 1952 Shiraz city has experienced rapid growth, continuous and non-continuous. The proportion of scatter and sprawl development with respect to Shiraz expansion increased from 22.02 in 1957-1967 to 72.8 in 1977-2007. There are three period the first rapid development between 1957 and 2967 after that 5 years gap and the next period which is longer from 30 years between 1977 and 2007.  This turning points is in two specific periods are as the result of some consequences: Conversion of agricultural function as a predominant economic function in neighboring communities, into multi-functional agricultural function with emphasis upon services; of some of the rural settlements into Shiraz; The development of extended spatial, administrative, economic, social and structural changes in residential part of Shiraz. Therefore, socioeconomic activities are the main cause of urban sprawl in Shiraz and made Shiraz the most attractive place for in Fars Province. Population growth with correlation between degree of Shiraz scatter development and number of people engaged to service sector by 0.9 has caused a dramatically decline in agriculture (-0.8) and industry (-0.811) sectors. As result rapid urban population growth rate correlation by (0.127) and urbanization coefficient (0.726) and it shows urban and rural migration very important role on scatter development.
Terrorism vulnerability assessment in Java Island: a spatial multi-criteria analysis approach Asep Adang Supriyadi; Masita Dwi Mandini Manessa
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.45691

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Terrorism is one of the Indonesia’s national security threat. The attack mostly happens in Java Island, attracted by the dense population, also because the island is a center for economic and governance. The spatial pattern of terrorism attack shows correlations with the spatial density of the targeted attack. Therefore, this study assesses the spatial vulnerability of Java Island using a spatial multi-criteria analysis (SMCA). The main attributes analyzed were the density of the past terrorist attack, arrested area, police/military facility, government facility, business center, densely populated area, and church, determine that in the case of a terrorist attack is strongly affected by the attraction of the area. 
Tidal Swamps Development in West Kalimantan: Farmers Prefer A Rational-Moderately Strategy Jajat Sudrajat; Sutarman Gafur
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.46148

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The Indonesian government has spent lots of budgets and built more infrastructures to escalate the intensive rice farming in the tidal swamps since 1970s. However, the success story is very limited.  This study aims to describe some obstacles in the practice of rice intensification, and also to explain some factors leading to their failure.  In explaining this context, we refer them to our-own-experiences in tidal lowlands development project from 2008 to 2009, literatures study, and then it is deepened by doing collectives case study –that is consisting of three studies in the type of-B, C, and D overflows.  The local farmers used to reject the intensive rice farming practices.  The use of local paddy varieties is a prefer strategy option. It is closely related to minimize the farming cost and also as a strategy so that they have more time to manage another farm activities.  Rationally the farmers prefer growing a variety of perrenial crop species that suits their personal needs and strategies. In conclusion, this study showed that agro-ecological based farm could be the most adaptive way in optimizing the indigenous rice farming.
Identification of the Main Water Quality Parameters for Monitoring and Evaluating Watershed Health Pranatasari Dyah Susanti; Nining Wahyuningrum
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.47280

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Water quality is one of the crucial parameters in monitoring and evaluating watersheds. A large number of parameters causes the monitoring and evaluation of watershed performance to be less efficient and costly. This study aims to determine the main parameters as a method of simplifying water quality observation parameters by producing equations that can be used to predict the level of pollution of a non-point source pollutant (watershed). A sampling of surface water was carried out by purposive sampling at several outlets located in the Brantas and Upper Solo watersheds. The research parameters analysed were: TSS, TDS, BOD, COD, Phenol, Free Chlorineine, Sulfide, Arsenic, Fe, Pb, Phosphate, Nitrate, Nitrite, Detergent, Turbidity and E. Coli. The results of the analysis of water quality are used to calculate the value of the Pollution Index (PI) according to the Decree of the Minister of Environment No. 115 of 2003 and to determine the class of water quality standards that refer to Class III water quality standards, in Government Regulation No.82 of 2001. The analysis showed that all samples were at mild to moderate pollution levels, and did not meet class III water quality standards. Multiple regression analysis produced two equations, namely: Model 1: PI = 3.952 + 91.668 Phenol and Model 2: PI = 3.086 + 80.167 Phenol + 0.152 BOD, with R squared values of 53% and 69.9% with a confidence level of 0.005. Thus the prediction of pollution levels of similar watershed can be made only by using the two most influential parameters namely phenol and/or BOD alone.   
The Effect of Land Unit Elimination on The Conservation Activity Plan at Air Bengkulu Watershed, Bengkulu Province Bambang Sulistyo; Muhammad Faiz Barchia; Kanang Setyo Hindarto; Noviyanti Listyaningrum
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.48578

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To enable conservation of degraded land requires Map of Conservation Activity Plan (CAP). The map is established based on a model developed by the then Ministry of Environment and Forestry. One step to analyze the CAP is land unit elimination (LUE) having area of < 1 cm2. This study aimed to determine the effect of LUE on the CAP at Air Bengkulu Watershed. Maps used for input to CAP are EHL (Erosion Hazard Level), Soil Depth, Slope, Population Pressure, and the Recommended Landuse, whereas to calculate EHL requires R, K, LS, C, and P Factors. CAP Map as a result without involving LUE is compared to the CAP Map with involving LUE. The research result showed that the LUE influences on the change of the recommended of the CAP up to 77.6% of the total area of the study, either in engineering recommended or in vegetatively recommended conservation, while the rest (22.4%) were unchanged. 
Geographical Appraisal of Gender Disparity and Progress in Literacy of Haryana, India Manju Sharma; Sandeep Kumar
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 52, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.50231

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The present research relates to the northern state of Haryana in India and to find out the objective of advancement and the existing gender gap in literacy with identification of responsible factors, the study uses the secondary data obtained from different censuses of India, National Crime Record Bureau and various other related sources. The disparity index is calculated to examine the gender gap in literacy whereas the correlation coefficient is used to ascertain its relationship with major determinants. Though the country and the state have achieved a reputed position with the literacy rate of 74.04 and 75.55 per cent respectively in 2011 yet inequality in the learning of male-female is a matter of concern for both entities. The figure for the district Mewat (which also lies at bottom in overall literacy as per ongoing census data) shows more discrimination in male-female learning, as here the male literacy rate is approximate to the double (69.97 per cent versus 36.60 per cent) of the females.  To some extent, in areas like Mewat, Palwal and Fatehabad this discrimination is an outcome of societal stances, religion, fiscal or ethnical determinants and cultural stereotype as these factors of the environs have a direct or indirect association with literacy. So to ensure the equality and quality in education in basic or compulsory education, there is a need for massive investment on resources with communal awareness regarding significance as well as claptrap obstacles in the way of the learning.

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