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Journal : Jurnal Tataloka

Faktor-Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Kualitas Permukiman Pasca Gempa Bumi Di Kecamatan Pleret Kabupaten Bantul Giyarsih, Sri Rum; Dalimunthe, Syarifah Aini
TATALOKA Vol 15, No 1 (2013): Volume 15 Number 1, February 2013
Publisher : Universitas Diponegoro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (206.589 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/tataloka.15.1.28-38

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This research was conducted in Pleret Subregency, Bantul Regency, specifically inWonokromo and Wonolelo Village. This sub regency had the highest housing destruction in BantulRegency due to earthquake in 2006. This research aimed to understand the influencing factors of housing quality post-earthquake in the research area. Method used was survey method i.e.structured interview with 60 respondents in both villages and in-depth interview with key informants. Data was processed and analyzed inferentially statistic and qualitative descriptive. The result of this research is a difference in housing quality in both villages after earthquake. This difference occurs under the influence of internal and external factors. Internal factor includes citizen’s social and economic status which takes role in housing quality change in WonokromoVillage. Meanwhile, external factors involve financial support for housing rehabilitation and
KORIDOR ANTAR KOTA SEBAGAI PENENTU SINERGISME SPASIAL: KAJIAN GEOGRAFI YANG SEMAKIN PENTING Giyarsih, Sri Rum
TATALOKA Vol 14, No 2 (2012): Volume 14 Number 2, May 2012
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The research conducted in the Yogyakarta-Surakarta Corridor is aimed at firstly understanding the dynamic of the corridor as one of the key factors to establish spatial synergism and secondly linking the findings with the recent discussion and future research agenda in urban geography. The investigation used survey research methods combined with in-depth interview with some key informants and scholars. The results of the research show that the potentials of the sub-regions within the corridor can play an important role and position to form spatial synergism in the corridor. The intra-regional proximity among sub-regions has impacted in increased efficiency in the production process. It also had an effect in reduced transportation cost. This research also found that some other issues in the corridor development such as the impact of climate change to regional development could be of interest in future research in urban geography and related fields
PENGELOLAAN KOTA-KOTA KECIL DI JAWA TENGAH: STUDI KASUS PADA EMPAT KOTA KECIL DI WILAYAH JOGLOSEMAR Setyono, Jawoto Sih; Yunus, Hadi Sabari; Giyarsih, Sri Rum
TATALOKA Vol 19, No 2 (2017): Volume 19 Number 2, May 2017
Publisher : Diponegoro University

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Small cities and towns in Indonesia have experienced a significant development during the period of 2000-2010. However, the development of small cities and towns has not been in line with the way the urban areas are governed and managed. There is a tendency that the governments pay a little attention to the governance of smaller urban areas, especially those which do not municipal status or the urban areas which is part of regency administrative boundary. This research analyzes the governance and planning of small towns in Central Java taken four small towns in Joglosemar region (Yogyakarta-Surakarta-Semarang). The research applied some qualitative methods combining document analysis, interview and regulation analysis. It is found that there is a significant gap between the urban development and its planning and governance. Urban development policies seem to be lacking in providing guidelines to drive the development of the small towns so that they can perform their functions within their respective regional urban system as well as solve their internal problems. The governance has mostly relied on the role of local government despite continuing lack of institutional capacity in managing urban development.