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JSGS
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ISSN : 25796062     EISSN : 2622058X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.24843/jsgs.2017.v01.i02
JSGS (Journal of A Sustainable Global South) [E-ISSN 2622-058X | P-ISSN 2579-6062 | DOI 10.24843] is a refereed journal which reflecting current problems of global development - climate change, geographic restructuring, migration, adaptive urbanism, social justice and other dominant issues, the journal is focused on issues pertaining to sustainable development of the third world countries in the context of evolving social, cultural, economic and spatial conditions. It therefore embraces studies that deepen our understanding of cultural and socially empathetic forms of development. So its focus is on sustainable living environments, urban and rural growth, economy, spatial restructuring, and infrastructure, the use of resources, as well as disaster mitigation and management. Each submission will be reviewed by at least two reviewers. The Journal is published twice a year, in February and August, by Institute for Research and Community Services Udayana University.
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DETAIL PUBLICATION Swanendri, Ni Made
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 1 No 2 (2017): August 2017
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THE APPLICATION OF YOGA PRANAYAMA AND GYM BALL EXERCISE ON LABOR PAIN DURING ACTIVE PHASE AT PMB DESA BLAHKIUH, ABIANSEMAL, BADUNG Widiastini, Luh Putu; Karuniadi, I Gusti Agung Manik
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 4 No 1 (2020): February 2020
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Pain Labor is a physiological and individual experience. The cause of pain in labor is a combination of ischemia (hypoxia) the muscles of the uterus and stretching that occurs in the lower segment of the uterus (then the cervix). Non-pharmacological efforts that can be done in reducing pain in the mother in the face of labor are through the Application of Yoga Pranayama and Gym Ball Exercise. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the application of Yoga Pranayama and Ball Exercise Gym on Labor Pain Active Phase in PMB Blahkiuh Village, Abiansemal, Badung. This research method used the Quasi Experimental Design study with Nonequivalent Control Group Design. The approach used is a prospective approach. Sample consisted 40 respondents. Respondent selected by purposive sampling and divide into control group and intervention group. Respondents in intervention group were given Yoga Pranayama and Gym Ball Exercise, while in the control group respondents were given conventional therapy. The data were analyzed using the Paired T-test to compare the results of the pre-test and post-test, and to compare intervention and control groups use Independent T-Test. Based on statistical tests obtained all p values <0.05 means that there is a significant difference between pain labor in the control and intervention group, so it can be interpreted that pain scale in intervention group is lower than control group. The conclusion of this study was there?s influence on the application of Yoga Pranayama and the Ball Exercise Gym on Labor Pain in the Active Phase in PMB Blahkiuh Village, Abiansemal, Badung. Index Terms? labor pain, active phase, yoga pranayama, gym ball exercise
DETAIL PUBLICATION Saputra, Kadek Edi
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 4 No 1 (2020): February 2020
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DOG CARE CENTER IN BADUNG, BALI APPLICATION OF HARMONY CONCEPT IN SPACE DESIGN IN DOG CUSTODY Putra, I Gede Aldy Susanto Eka; Agusintadewi, Ni Ketut; Suryada, I Gusti A gung Bagus
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 2 No 1 (2018): February 2018
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Dogs are animals that have high popularity as pets in the global community. Indonesia is no exception, but people still do not understand the responsibility for caring dogs as pets. This has an impact on the dog's assumption only as a comforter without thinking about the importance of their needs and care. Because there is a considerable comparison between the level of dog popularity and the sense of responsibility for caring dogs as pets, a place is needed to harmonize the gap. The Dog Care Center is needed to educate the public and provide facilities for dog needs and care, with the theme of Natural Living design that takes the concept of Harmony in the design of the interior. The choice of harmony concept has an emphasis on the design of space, material and color that can give the impression of openness without the separation between human and dog in it. Index Terms? dog, care, center, harmony.
GENDER PERSPECTIVE IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS Rahayuni, Ni Ketut Sri; Parthama, I Gusti Ngurah; Putra, I Komang Sumaryana
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 3 No 1 (2019): February 2019
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This paper aims to describe political discourse that has a link with gender on outdoor media campaigns. The media of outdoor campaigns is the most effective public space to be able to convey various matters relating to a candidate for both a leader and a member of parliament especially if it is associated with gender which is still a major problem in Indonesia. Gender in Indonesian politics is still unbalanced considering not yet optimal and balance the contribution between men and women in politics world. It was a major concern on outdoor media campaign of a number of female candidates in the 2014 legislative election. Sources of data from this paper are taken from areas - Badung, Jembrana, Klungkung, and Denpasar. Method of data collection was done by way of recording by photographing media outdoor campaign containing information related to gender. Furthermore qualitative descriptive method became an option to describe the data - research data related to discourse theory and gender theory in the use of language. Result of the analysis showed that gender is one of the election discourses of the candidates of the people's representatives, especially the women to get the vote and sympathy. For that reason, the projection of the use of gender terms, equality of rights, and struggle with men is the primary choice to demonstrate the struggle for gender equality. Variations of use are also seen but by maintaining the gender side of women as parties who are fighting for their rights. Index Terms? gender, campaign, politic, discourse.
WORK SAFETY AND HEALTH PRINCIPLES (K3) IN THE DESIGN OF WORKSHOP CENTER OF ARTIFICIAL NATURAL STONE IN GIANYAR, BALI Digjaya Putra, A. A. Gde Dwika; Paramadhyaksa, I Nyoman Widya; Bupala, Ida Bagus Ngurah
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 1 No 2 (2017): August 2017
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The embodiment of Balinese buildings is known to be synonymous with the use of natural stone materials which are exposed in such a way and not given additional dyes/coatings. The material used is usually in the form of bricks and sandstone. The center of the natural stone craftsman is a location of concentration of craftsmen who produce hand-crafted natural stone. The artificial natural stone craftsman center has a workshop used by artisans to produce crafts. In the production process, there is certainly a risk of workplace accidents that can be experienced by craftsmen. At the center must implement occupational safety and health to provide a sense of security and comfort in work. There are many work accidents caused by human factors, workplace accidents must be avoided so that the production of crafts can run smoothly. The risk of workplace accidents that can occur in craftsmen centers in the form of being injured by sharp objects, being hit by a hammer, or falling. The health of craftsmen is also an important factor in the production of artificial natural stones. Healthy craftsmen will be able to work productively and produce good quality craft items. The application of occupational safety and health is expected to be a solution in reducing the risk of workplace accidents that can occur in the production process. Index Terms? centers, craftsmen, accidents, health.
APPLICATION OF MAJAPAHIT ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS IN THE DESIGN OF THE PRAPANCA SECONDARY MARKET IN MOJOKERTO, JAWA TIMUR Wijaya, Anthony Andrey; ., Widiastuti; Mudra, I Ketut
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 2 No 2 (2018): August 2018
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The city of Mojokerto still has buildings that use elements of its local architecture. In the city which is also called the c ity of Majapahit, historical heritage influences contemporary architecture. Many public and commercial facility buildings use local elements, both in the appearance of buildings, zoning, and ornaments. The aim is to provide identity to the building. One of the efforts of the city government that has not yet been compiled is to rearrange the area or building area in terms of its revitalization. One of them is the Prapanca Market or also called the Flea Market. Commodities offered by this mar- ket are used goods that are not suitable to be returned to the market as a whole. The purpose of this design is to in- crease the vitality of this market through the use of local elements in the appearance of buildings. Revitalization is done by developing functions, zoning, and facilities. Local architectural elements are applied to the roof and body of the build- ing, as well as the entrance. Index Terms? revitalization, local architecture, building facades, markets, mojokerto.
CULTURE-BASED RISK MANAGEMENT (EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SAVING AND LOAN COOPERATIVE IN BADUNG REGENCY) Suartana, I Wayan; Jati, I Ketut
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 1 No 1 (2017): February 2017
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This  research  aims  to provide  an  overview  of the  application  of risk management  based  on  local  cultural  values conducted  by Saving and Loan Cooperative  (SLC) in Badung Regency  as the main component  in the implementation  of good corporate  governance  by optimising  the local  cultural  values  such as Tri Hita  Karana  and  Catur  Purusha  Artha.   By putting forward  the  local  cultural  values,  the  Saving  and  Loan  Cooperative   (SLC)  is  expected   to  grow  and  flourish  with  the internalisation of strong cultural values leading to good and appropriate corporate  governance.  This research  is conducted by an experimental  study using questionnaire  as the media. The research  sample is the Saving and Loan Cooperative's employees  in Badung  Regency.  The results  confirm  our hypothesis  with  a total  of 56  respondents.  The total  number  of respondents  are 56 (fifty-six)  people.   The  test  results  show  that  Tri  Hita Karana  and  Catur  Purusha  Artha  individually  strengthen  the  risk management of Saving and Loans Cooperative. Keywords:  Risk Management,  Saving and Loan Cooperative,  Tri Hita Karana, Catur Purusha Artha
AWARENESS AND LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE IN PREVENTING CORONARY HEART DISEASE AMONG COMMUNITY SAMPLE Suarningsih, Ni Kadek Ayu; Suindrayasa, I Made
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 4 No 1 (2020): February 2020
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CHD is ranked number one as a cause of death in non-communicable diseases in Indonesia. The increasing number of people with CHD not only having an impact on mortality rates also an increase in health care needs. Adequate knowledge of the disease contributes to an accurate understanding of the disease and improves adherence to a healthy lifestyle to prevent CHD. This study aims to analyze the awareness and level of community knowledge in preventing CHD. This research was a quantitative research with descriptive analytic method. Awareness and level of knowledge about CHD were evaluated using The Heart Disease Fact Questionnaire. In this study, a total of 60 respondents were obtained through a Cluster Random Sampling in the population of people who have not been diagnosed with CHD in the Village of Timpag, Tabanan Regency, Bali. The main results of this study indicated that awareness and knowledge of the highest risk factors are smoking (89.1%) followed by a factor of high cholesterol (86.6%) and high LDL cholesterol levels (86.3%) and uncontrolled blood pressure (85.9%) and overweight (82.4%). Conversely, risk factors for diabetes (50.7%), HDL cholesterol levels (52.1%), and physical activity (53.5%) received less attention. This study found that the majority of respondents were aware of and have adequate knowledge about CHD risk factors. The results of this study can add information in the development of health promotion materials or policies as an effort to prevent CHD. Further research with a larger population needs to be done to increase public awareness of CHD. Index Terms? Awareness, Coronary Heart Disease, Level of Knowledge
THE WORD ABORIGINE (GIVEN BY THE LATIN WORD ABORIGINE ,,FROM THE BEGINNING‘‘) GENERALLY MEANS INDIGENOUS PEOPLE. Ortner, Nathalie
Journal of A Sustainable Global South Vol 3 No 2 (2019): August 2019
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We hope you win your battle... we know what it's like to fight for your rights.? ? Carol Barker, Aborigine (2000). By dreams we mean the belief that these beings long ago started human society - they made all natural things and put them in a special place. These dreaming beings were connected with special places or ways and paths.? ? Aborigine man (2014). We're still living in pain and trauma.? ? Yalmay Yunupingu, Aborigine (2014). If we lose this bond to the country, there will be nothing left. We will be wiped out. We exist as a people through our ancestral land. That is all we are.? ? Adrian Burragubba, Aborigine (2015). Index Terms? Aborigine, Latin, word.