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ISSN / EISSN : 08527458 / 23560266
Current Publisher: Diponegoro University (10.14710)
Total articles ≅ 216
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Hasan Hasan, Ibnu Sasongko, Titik Poerwati
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 83-93; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.83-93

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Septyani Wahyu Pradani, Nurini Nurini
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 50-60; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.50-60

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Andy Purwa Sejati, Santun R.P Sitorus, Janthy T Hidayat
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 108-123; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.108-123

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Nunik Hasriyanti, Andi Zulestari, Ismail Ruslan
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 94-107; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.94-107

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Pembangunan infrastruktur perkotaan di Indonesia dihadapkan pada masalah yang semakin kompleks, terutama dengan terkonversinya lahan terbuka menjadi ruang terbangun. Penelitian ini secara umum bertujuan merancang bangun koridor Ambawang dengan infrastruktur hijau berbasis ketersediaan infrastruktur untuk mendapatkan ruang koridor yang ekologis, artinya adanya keseimbangan antara pembangunan dan perkembangan kota dengan kelestarian lingkungan. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah menganalisis dan memprediksi kecenderungan perkembangan ruang terbangun di koridor Ambawang. Menganalisis dan memprediksi perkembangan ruang terbangun pada koridor Ambawang dan faktor penyebab serta praktek terjadinya pertumbuhan permukiman di pinggiran metropolitan. Dalam penelitian ini akan digunakan metode penelitian deskriptif kualitatif melalui observasi lapangan meliputi identifikasi terhadap ruang terbangun dan infrastruktur di koridor Ambawang. Analisis kondisi eksisting dilakukan melalui interpretasi data foto udara dan peta-peta tematik tahun 2016 untuk mengetahui sebaran ruang spasial terbangun di koridor Ambawang. Dengan penelitian ini diharapkan dapat memberikan kebijakan dalam bentuk design guidelines (panduan rekayasa) untuk perencanaan dan perancangan infrastruktur ruang terbangun di koridor Ambawang. Kata kunci: Tata Guna Lahan, Dampak, Permukiman, Perkotaan, KoridorThe development of urban infrastructure in Indonesia is faced with increasingly complex problems, especially with the conversion of open land into unuseful space. This research is generally aimed to design the corridor of Ambawang with green infrastructure-based infrastructure to get ecological corridor room, meaning that there is a balance between development and city development with environmental sustainability. The purpose of this research is to analyze and predict the trend of development of waking space in Ambawang corridor. Analyzing and predicting the development of built-up space on the Ambawang corridor and the causal factors and practices of growth settlements in metropolitan outskirts. In this research will be used qualitative descriptive research method through field observation covering identification to build space and infrastructure in Ambawang corridor. The existing condition analysis is done through the interpretation of aerial photographs and thematic maps of 2016 to know the spatial space spreads built in the Ambawang corridor. With this research is expected to provide policy in the form of design guidelines (engineering guidelines) for planning and design of built space infrastructure in the corridor Ambawang.Keywords: Land Use, Impact, Settlement, Urban Sprawl, Corridor
Murtanti Jani Rahayu, Imam Buchori, Retno Widjajanti, Rufia Andisetyana Putri, Erma Fitria Rini
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 1-14; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.1-14

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Stabilization as one of the street vendors arrangement type conducted by the government of Surakarta, that have great implications on the aesthetic style and form at some city parts. Some parts of Surakarta has changed a lot since the inauguration of the location, that is a public space, as a street vendors stabilization location in part of the area. Manahan area is one of the locations of street vendor stabilization that is considered successful. The presence of street vendors who have been arranged in the area Manahan able to attract visitors both weekand and weekdays, especially on holidays. This area is also more easily remembered by the visitors than other areas that there is no stabilization of street vendors. It means that this area has good and unique image quality that can be a memory for visitors. The purpose of this paper is to explore the image of street vendor Manahan stabilization area. Understanding the image of city area, principle that is used to assess the five basic elements of image formers include landmarks, path, edge, district and node. All five elements will be the componens in assessing the identity, identity and meaning that will shape the cognition of visitors so that it can be used as environmental orientation when someone is in a place. The introduction of Manahan stabilization area begins with stimulation done by graphic and visual technique before the interviews made a cognitive map in Stabilisasi PKL Manahan area and also made familiarity-favorability-semantic differensial assesment. This area has the potential of sustainability and good image compared to other stabilization locations, so that the managed street vendors can continue to grow and the location of the arrangement becomes an attractive area and supports the identity of the city of Surakarta as a merchant friendly city by staying a beautiful and friendly city for all the citizens and tourists who visit it.
Dwi Suprastyo, Hermanto Siregar, Sri Mulatsih
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 61-69; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.61-69

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Ade Irawadi, Bambang Juanda, Khursatul Munibah
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 70-82; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.70-82

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The poverty is still a strategic issue in Mamuju Regency, West Sulawesi. In 2015 the poverty rate is 6.7%, but the decline of every year is still very slow. Understanding the relationship between poverty and the factors that influence it is important to determine the right policies for poverty alleviation in Mamuju Regency. This study aims to: (1) analyze spatial patterns of poverty; and (2) analyze the relationship of poverty with factors that influence spatially. This study used cross sectional village level data of 97 villages/kelurahan in the Mamuju Regency. The data used are poverty, land certification, agricultural land use, labor in industrial sector, distance to capital and village fund. A spatial analysis of poverty uses Moran Index approach to find out spatial pattern of poverty in Mamuju Regency. Analysis of the relationship between the poverty level of each village/kelurahan with the factors influence it using the Geographically Weighted Regression (GWR) approach. The result of spatial analysis of poverty indicates that the poverty level of the village/kelurahan in Mamuju Regency is clustered. The result of GWR analysis shows that the land certificates, the percentage of land area of plantation, paddy field, fields area, and fishpond, percentage of labor in micro and small industry sector, distance to the capital and village fund proved to have significant effect varying to village poverty level.
Corry Nurmala, Baba Barus, Umar Mansyur
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 15-26; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.15-26

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Elara Resigia, Syahrial Syahrial
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 41-49; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.41-49

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Yunita Arafah, Haryo Winarso
Published: 28 February 2020
TATALOKA, Volume 22, pp 27-40; doi:10.14710/tataloka.22.1.27-40

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