Simulacra

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ISSN / EISSN : 26226952 / 26568721
Current Publisher: Universitas Trunojoyo Madura (10.21107)
Total articles ≅ 34
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Budiman Pohan, Wahju Gunawan
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 133-147; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.6040

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The social process is the main basis in forming cooperation and compromise to provide prospects for the achievement of community needs, especially for isolated villages and difficulty accessing public facilities. So it is important for rural communities to improve their level of social processes to more sophisticated levels of resource management. This study aims to determine the characteristics of social processes as a basis for sublimation of rural. This study uses a qualitative approach. Informants were taken purposively with categories of community members, local elites, and village officials. The results showed that the social processes of the Mekarwangi Village community were associative, such as patron-client, mutual cooperation, savings and loans in cooperatives, and annual celebrations. While the dissociative process is in the form of rumors, frictions of political interests, and difficulties of bureaucratic and technological accessibility. The role of the village government in developing socio-economic infrastructure is still minimal due to administrative and funding constraints. Thus, economic empowerment and infrastructure development programs must be supported by the discretion of the village apparatus and community donations. Therefore, sublimation reorientation needs to be done from the bureaucratic and technocratic aspects, in order to diversify agricultural production and encourage sustainable development.
Vibriza Juliswara
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 209-221; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.6053

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The hegemony was built in the understanding of the modern market trying to continue to enter into dictating the taste of the community, building the moral habits of its visitors. Ranging from fashion, food, as if the mall is something that has legitimacy to create parameters such as what lifestyle should be the current society. Along with social changes in society, now emerging online businesses as the most practical and ideal consumption medium. The online business is a medium of power relations, because meaningfully the internet is also a sign of high technology which cones social classes and social symbols. The development of online business in Indonesia is considered to be a solution in improving the economy of the lower classes. Because through online business, people can get the same access in marketing their products different from modern markets that tend to be exclusive. The impact of the emergence of online business in recent years for some people is considered a threat to the modern market. For modern markets that do not compete at low prices but compete with the uniqueness that is owned like creative shops, online business is not a threat.
Wiwid Megananda
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 223-236; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.6148

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This article is entitled Becoming Lesbians: A Symbolic Interactionism Study of Lesbian Identity (Case Study in the City of Surabaya). Researchers focus on lesbian individuals not on the lesbian community. The problem raised by the researcher is how the whole process of choosing someone to be a lesbian and the symbols used for interaction with other lesbians. The purpose of this study is to know how a person chooses his life as a lesbian and to find out the symbols used to interact with lesbians. The method used is a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach. In this study informants numbered four people and all four occupy their respective roles in lesbians. From the results of this study there are several reasons why someone chooses to become a lesbian: social profiles, her-story, lesbian firts time, what changes, reactions and what next. From these concepts, the conclusion is that family background does not influence a person to become a lesbian, but rather from personal experiences in the past or experiences with social relations.
Ferdinan Bashofi, Winin Maulidya Saffanah
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 149-164; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.5936

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The existence of a supportive environment is very important for a person with disabilities in deciding things include of choosing school to continue their education. This study intends to look at rational reasons and choices for disabled students who take the teaching profession. The researcher intends to highlight a number of factors that encourage these students on choosing the teaching profession. The choice of students with disabilities is very important to study because it can be a study material for their reasons for studying and for the development of a friendly campus for disabled people in the future. This study use qualitative descriptive research design. The research data was obtained from interviews conducted with a number of selected informants. In addition to interviews, data collected by observing their behavior. To maintain data validity, data triangulation is carried out. Data analysis activities begin with data collection, data reduction, and data presentation. One findings of people with disabilities taking educational study programs is motivated to encouraged people with the same conditions. On the other hands, the teaching profession is also not as physically demanding as other professions and feel like a reasonable choice.
Wandi Wandi
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 195-207; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.6034

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This article aims to explore the social conflicts in the utilization of natural resources of the Anak Dalam or Orang Rimba tribes. The purpose of this study is to find out the cause of social conflict that occurred. The research method used is a qualitative method based on literature studies and interviews as well as the accumulation of understanding from various primary studies conducted on the Suku Anak Dalam or Orang Rimba community. The results of this study are, first, there are differences in perceptions regarding regional claims between the state, companies, surrounding villagers, as well as Suku Anak Dalam or Orang Rimba. Secondly, there is a conflict of interest in the utilization of forest resources that were previously home to the Anak Dalam or Orang Rimba tribes. Third, there is competition in the use of forest resources. Fourth, it is a dilemma for Suku Anak Dalam or Orang Rimba in the midst of the development of the times, where they have lived for a long time, and have collided with policies that are oriented towards group interests. This study is expected to be able to provide an overview of the conflicts and to provide solutions to the rights and survival of the Suku Anak Dalam or Orang Rimba communities.
Bagus Ardiyansyah, Drajat Tri Kartono, Argyo Demartoto
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 115-131; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.6143

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The rate of development of information and communication technology today is increasingly massive and almost every time gives birth to new. Consumer activity has also shifted to the digital sector, or more massive in the artificial sector than in the real world. This is an era that is influenced by digital-economy, namely posteconomy. With its advantages, space-time freezing and freezing occur or in short space-time efficiency. The output of a human being created as a thinker, which uses his passion through the use of digital literacy in economic lines. One marketplace for buying daily necessities that are often visited by real people is Shopee. For the sake of maintaining the existence in the minds of consumers, Shopee began to aggressively take actions to link consumers or the community, one of them by making a flash sale. Furthermore, through descriptive-explanative qualitative methods with the type of library research; praxis loading and freezing of space-time (dromology) that happened as described by Paul Virilio in digital development, as a responsive substitution of real economic activity into the digital economy. Shopee uses strategic reality, the power of knowledge and the power of movement, even to make the body a commodity repertoire.
Siti Arieta
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 165-179; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.6037

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This study examines fishery management on Napoleon wrasse species in Anambas Islands district from a sociological point of view, using agent-structure relations perspective proposed by Pierre Bourdieu. It is found that the vital values of this species (ecological economic, and social) are not applied equally. Expansionist relationship within the use of this species had caused economic value is more prioritized than others. As a result, sustainability of marine ecosystem becomes threatened. Other than that, fishing community as subsistence group is also ecologically in danger in a long term. Qualitative methodology was used for 8(eight) months period of time. This research was conducted at the center of Napoleon wrasse fishery within 3(three) sub districts consisting of 5(five) villages namely Air Sena (Siantan Tengah sub district), Batu belah (Siantan Timur sub district), also Putik, Ladan and Piabung (Palmatak sub district). Habitus formed by personal history and in addition to become a baseline for collective actions and commitment of involving actors has not been supporting the value of sustainable fisheries. This has caused incoherency between international and national commitment in protecting Napoleon wrasse. Thus, this habitus within the fishing communities and the network of Napoleon wrasse fishery considered to be a fallacy of thinking. Therefore, a governance is urgently needed in order to add the value knowledge, to change desires and habits in terms of supporting the establishment of sustainable Napoleon wrasse fishery in Anambas Islands district.
Amelinda Pandu Kusumaningtyas, Azinuddin Ikram Hakim
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 101-114; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.6147

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Tinder has become part of youth life in Indonesia and challenging the conventional and traditional way of courtship. The increasing of communication technology has an impact to change the way we communicate each other, a lifestyle, and a values in romance relationship. Tinder is one of products from the technology of media in the network societies. This case study research was conducted to understand how Tinder change Indonesian youth’s courtship experience. We interviewed 3 young Tinder users from different background with diverse experience. Through this study we found five interesting findings: (1) Tinder has contributed to the decrease of parents role in courtship, (2) Tinder has simplified the conceptnof relationship, (3) Ttinder is a safe space for marginalized youth to express themselves, (4) Tinder is a part of arena for network society, and (5) Tinder is surrounded with various stigma from general public.
Jamilah Jamilah
Published: 17 December 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 181-194; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i2.6045

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The purpose of this study is to describe the partnership of early childhood education between school families and the community. This type of research was a qualitative deskriptif approach. The research subjects were parents, educators and managers. Data were collected through interviews, observation, and document study. The data were analyzed using the qualitative analysis techniques data collecting, data display and conclusion drawing. The results showed that the relationship of partnerships and cooperation between PAUD institutions and parents and the community of students can be achieved to the maximum and increase the role of parents of early childhood and the community in the implementation of early childhood education institution programs.
Anita Kristina, Immamudin Immamudin
Published: 30 June 2019
Simulacra, Volume 2, pp 91-100; doi:10.21107/sml.v2i1.5525

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The purpose of this study is to describe the gender conflict of women farmers in making work decisions. The qualitative approach to phenomenology as the analytical method used in this study. The analysis of this research focuses on women's employment theory and gender. Data was collected through in-depth interviews with female farmers and landowners as well as female family farmers. The results showed that there were gender conflicts when women farmers decided to work, choose jobs, determine the hours of work and determine wages. Gender conflicts occur due to religious values, norms, habits, and reasons that are still inherent and believed by landowners.
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