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Journal : Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education

The Phenomena about the Impact of TKI Migration on Their Children’s Education at Sambelia District of East Lombok Regency, Indonesia Sari, Reno Yandhora; Afdhal, Afdhal
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education Vol 2 No 1 (2018): Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education Volume 2 Number 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (462.222 KB) | DOI: 10.24036/sjdgge.v2i1.121

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This study was aimed to know the impact of the migration of Indonesian worker (referred as TKI) family on children’s education at Sambelia District of East Lombok Regency. This research using qualitative approach. Collecting data technique were observation, interview and documentation. The type of the data are primary and secondary data. Primary data collected by respondent interviews and secondary data collected by state government. To analyze the data, the researcher using qualitative model by Miles and Huberman: data reduction, display data, and conclusion. Other data analysis such as government policy and raw data from state government of East Lombok using AHP Model and statistic analysis. The result found that 40% of children whose parents were TKI suffered from poor psychosocial development in terms of achievement and not having close friend. A long-term impact was that those children might drop out of school and more likely experienced psychological wellbeing disorders like emotional disorder. Children from TKI family who grew and developed with only one of the parents tended to be more disobedient. They tended to skip school and chose to spend time for playing. According to the score of Consistency Ratio, the highest score was obtained by factor of socio-economy (0.373) followed by factor of poor life skill (0.277), factor of not being accepted in the environment  (0.205), and factor of higher life necessities (0.146).
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF MOUNT KERINCI CLIMBERS KAYU ARO SUB-DISTRICT KERINCI REGENCY Alzikri, R. Flourenta; Erianjoni, Erianjoni; Afdhal, Afdhal
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education Vol 4 No 1 (2020): Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education (SJDGGE)
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In 2014 the highest number of visitors was from the archipelago and abroad. In the following year the number of visitors has decreased from 2014. If allowed to continue the number of visitors from year to year will decrease, certainly this Mount Kerinci attraction will not be glimpsed again by the tourists. This study was to determine the characteristics of mountain climbers based on travel, socio-demographic, psychographic and geographical characteristics. This type of research is quantitative descriptive. The research subject was mountaineer Mount Kerinci. The sampling technique uses incidental sampling of 98 people. Data collection techniques using questionnaires, observations and documentation. Data analysis techniques use percentages. Research results: 1). Travel characteristics: generally climber visit 2 days, the average visit on weekends / Sundays, on average aiming for recreation and pleasure, on average tourists need accommodations such as homestays. 2). Socio-demographic characteristics: generally the age of climber is 18-20 years, the majority of men, mostly unmarried, are mostly high school education levels with the average work of students. 3). Psychographic characteristics: on average using motorbikes, most of them get information from friends, on average because they enjoy a panoramic view of the beautiful scenery, most climber are satisfied, on average think first to return, generally the first time to Mount Kerinci. 4). Geographical characteristics: the average originated and lived in the Jambi area.
INDONESIAN GEOGRAPHY REGIONAL STUDY RESULTS IN UNP STUDENTS Afdhal, Afdhal; Ananda, Azwar; Mukhaiyar, Mukhaiyar; Gusril, Gusril
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education Vol 4 No 1 (2020): Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education (SJDGGE)
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Regional Geography Indonesia courses are subject areas of expertise in the Department of Geography FIS UNP. Based on an initial survey of learning outcomes in the Regional Geography Indonesia course in the last five years it was revealed that the achievement of learning outcomes was classified as low to moderate. Students who mastered the material 85% not more than 15% students and the average student who mastered the material 68%, meaning that students get a value of B. This study aims to determine the direct and indirect influence of the use of learning resources, the ability to read maps and socioeconomic status as well as learning motivation towards the learning outcomes of Indonesian Regional Geography. The research method used is quantitative with a path analysis approach. The population of this research is all students majoring in Geography who have taken Indonesian Regional Geography courses totalling 507 people. The research sample was drawn by proportional random sampling of 84 respondents. The analysis shows the use of learning resources (X1) the ability to read maps (X2) socioeconomic status (X3) and motivation to learn (Y), which directly or indirectly influence the regional learning outcomes of Indonesian geography (Z).