Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi

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Current Publisher: Universitas Hamzanwadi (10.29408)
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Mery Monica, Fakultas Teknik Program Magister Perencanaan Wilayah Dan Kota
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 220-230; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2881

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Each region has different potential resources, so it is necessary to study the potential resources that are superior in each region, as well as Kerinci Regency. This is done as a basis for making appropriate regional development policies in Kerinci Regency. This study aims to describe the pattern of sectoral change and growth in the economy, determine the leading sectors, and see the development of the population in recent years, so that it can be taken into consideration in the formulation of development planning policies within the framework of regional development. The research method used is quantitative research using Location Quotient (LQ) analysis, Shift Share analysis and population analysis. The results showed that the basic sector that has the potential to be developed as an economic support and is classified as a developed, fast growing and competitive sector in Kerinci Regency is the Information and Communication sector. Keywords: planning, regional development, leading sector, Kerinci Regency
Lalu Muh. Kabul, Julio Nedo Darenoh, Armin Subhani
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 138-147; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2664

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Previously research on bonus demographic measurement is still only focused on one model, namely dependency ratio which coverage two methods namely Cheung et al and Adioetomo. This research was carried out in East Lombok Regency and consist of two models, namely dependency ratio model and economic lifetime model. Dependency ratio model which coverage four methods namely Cheung et al, Adioetomo, Komine & Kabe, and Golini. Meanwhile economic lifetime model which coverage two methods namely support ratio and ratio of lifecycle pension wealth to total labour income. The aimed of this research is to determine model and method of bonus demographic measurement. This research used descriptive quantitative method. Based on the data analysis the results obtained that model that developed for measurement of demographic bonus is only dependency ratio model, meanwihle economic lifetime model isn’t developed yet. Refer to the fourth method of dependency ratio model, three methods have been developed namely Cheung et al, Adioetomo, Komine and Kabe, meanwhile Golini hasn’t been developed yet. Based on Cheung et al method East Lombok Timur Regency has been achieved demographic bonus between 2035 and 2045, but based on Adioetomo method between 2020 and 2045 has not been achieved demographic bonus yet and based on Komine and Kabe method will be achieved demographic bonus between 2020 and 2045. Keywords: demographic bonus, dependency ratio, economic lifetime
Susilawati Susilawati, Universitas Mathla’Ul Anwar Fakultas Teknologi Dan Informatika, Robby Rizky, Sri Setiyowati, Aghy Gilar Pratama
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 192-199; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2754

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Banten is a province that has historical cultural heritage, one of which is located in Pandeglang Regency, Menes District. The cultural heritage that is owned is in the form of a relic of the Dutch era building that is still exist today. This triggers many tourists to visit this place. The problem is that tourists have difficulty finding the fastest route to these tourist attractions. The purpose of this research is to find the fastest route to get to the cultural heritage tourist attractions. This study uses the A * Star method, which is believed to be very accurate in solving these problems because it has a heuristic calculation that is able to calculate existing nodes. The data used in this study are data from google maps, after the image is obtained, the data will be converted into a grid which will then become the benchmark for calculations. Based on the results of this research, it can be concluded that the use of the A * Star method is used to find the closest route to cultural heritage tourist attractions in Menes District, Pandeglang Regency. The fastest route is through Serang City - Maja intersection - Cipacung intersection - Mengger intersection - Batubantar junction - Alaswangi village - Menes with a distance of 29,400 km. Keywords : A*Star method, fastest route, travel places, cultural heritage
Yusliana Yusliana, Institut Teknologi Nasional Yogyakarta Program Studi Perencanaan Wilayah Dan Kota, Mutiasari Kurnia Devi Devi
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 148-159; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2721

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Regional development in Special Region of Yogyakarta is centered on its urban area, namely Kawasan Perkotaan Yogyakarta (KPY/ Yogyakarta Urban Aglomeration Area). This has created regional disparity and other concerns regarding the environmental sustainability in KPY. The new growth center is therefore needed, especially to solve the problem of regional disparity. This research was conducted to identify the district in the south coast of DIY that has the potentiallity to be developed as the new growth center. For this purpose, this research utilizes scalogram analysis combined with the gravity model and demographic analysis. The result shows that Wates District in Kulonprogo Regency has the potentiallity to be developed as the primary growth center in the south coast of DIY. Furthermore, Kretek District in Bantul Regency has the potentiallity to be developed as the secondary growth center. Meanwhile, Saptosari District in Gunungkidul Regency has the potentiallity to be developed as the tertiary growth center. Keywords: grafity, disparity, growth pole, scalogram, regional
Tuti Mutia, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial Dan Ekonomi Program Studi Pendidikan Geografi, Sri Agustina, Suroso Suroso, Ramli Akhmad
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 210-219; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2869

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Learning objectives are achieved when students actively interact with the learning components arranged by the teacher. One of the learning components that can support the achievement of learning objectives is the learning model. One learning model that can produce open interaction between students is Think Pair Share (TPS). This model gives students the opportunity to think and help with friends. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the TPS learning model on learning outcomes of Geography. This type of research is a quasi-experimental (Quasi Experiment), with a nonquivalent control group design. The research variables consisted of: 1) the dependent variable was student learning outcomes and 2) the independent variable was the TPS learning model. Student learning outcomes are measured using a test consisting of two, namely objective and subjective tests. The instrument used is a multiple choice test, amounting to 40 items. Data analysis used independent T test with SPSS 20.00 for Windows. The results showed that the TPS learning model had an effect on learning outcomes. TPS provides an opportunity for students to develop their analytical skills on a problem and communicate it. Keywords: cooperative learning, think pair share model, and learning outcomes
Animar Animar, Siti Arni Wulandya
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 231-239; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.3019

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The spread of the Corona virus has had a significant impact on the world of education. The policy taken by many countries, including Indonesia, is to close all educational activities. This makes the government and related institutions have to present an alternative learning process. Many factors affect student learning outcomes coupled with changes in learning conditions due to the Corona virus (Covid-19) outbreak. The purpose of this study was to obtain information about the impacts and constraints of the Covid-19 outbreak on teaching and learning activities, especially in Geography subjects at SMA Negeri 1 Sikur. Data collection was carried out using the pretest - posttest method of students' abilities before and after the Covid-19 pandemic. Furthermore, data analysis was carried out by quantitative methods using paired sample t-test to test the difference in the effect of the two treatments on the interrelated sample groups. The results of the analysis indicate that there is a difference in the average Geography learning outcomes of 11th grade of social science students before and after the outbreak of the corona virus. Information was obtained that the average value of student learning outcomes during the face-to-face learning process was 86.27, better than the average value when the learning process was carried out online which was 75.73. Keywords: covid-19 impact, learning outcomes, geography
Siti Malikah, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial Dan Ekonomi Program Studi Pendidikan Geografi, Baiq Liana Widiyanti, Baiq Ahda Razula Apriyeni, Hasrul Hadi
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 172-181; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2801

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The increase of population in East Lombok Regency has an effect on the increase in the volume of waste, while the existing Waste Final Processing Sites (WFPS) are no longer able to accommodate the increasing volume of waste. The government also has not yet received a suitable location recommendation for the construction of a new WFPS, therefore it is very important to carry out a suitability analysis for the establishment of a new WFPS in East Lombok Regency to overcome the high volume of waste in the old WFPS. This study aims to determine a suitable location for WFPS development. This research is a quantitative descriptive study based on Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Determination of parameters for the analysis of the suitability of WFPS locations using the Indonesian National Standard (INS) Number 03-3241-1994. Data analysis technique uses overlay several maps using ArcGIS version 10.1 application. The analysis process is divided into three stages, namely: 1) the regional stage, which is the initial selection stage to determine the land suitability class; 2) the elimination stage, at this stage the elimination is carried out from the results in the first stage by using the values and weights of general parameters and physical parameters; 3) the appropriate location recommendation phase. Based on the results of data analysis, it is known that the suitable location to become WFPS in East Lombok Regency is Pringgabaya District with 164 score. Keywords: GIS analysis, WFPS,Lombok Timur
Budiman Tampubolon, Fakultas Keguruan Dan Ilmu Pendidikan Program Studi Pendidikan Geografi, Diah Trismi Harjanti, Nur Meily Adlika, Ludovicus Manditya Hari Christanto
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 182-191; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2765

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The role of the agricultural sector as a provider of food and non-food sources is directly related to the 2030 SDGs target of eradicating poverty and hunger. In Kubu Raya, one of the developing areas in the agricultural sector is Rasau Jaya District, with main crops being food crops and vegetables for food security. Agricultural land in Rasau Jaya District is dominated by peatlands with 14,371,392 hectares area. This study aims to determine the form of peatland use into potential land, the role of agriculture as a provider of food and non-food sources, and the form of its use. The method used is remote sensing method and survey method. The results showed that land use in the Rasau Jaya District included rice fields, gardens, fields, moor, yards, settlements, forests, shrubs, water bodies, and vacant land. Food crop agricultural products are used to meet food needs as well as non-food needs such as education and health. Most people use the harvest for personal consumption and for sale. There are still not many people in Rasau Jaya District who process agricultural products into a product. Farmers sell their crops in several ways, among others: directly sold to consumers, sold directly to the market by opening their own kiosks, deposited with middlemen and agents, and taken by investors who invest in farmers. Keywords: peatlands, food security, food crops
Listyo Yudha Irawan, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial Jurusan Geografi, Ade Yulyanto, Ahmad Zaini T.S, Anang Ma’Ruf, Elok Nailatus Sa'Idah, Fadel Mahardhika Setiawan
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 160-171; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2474

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Poncokusumo and Wajak regions are one of the Districts in Malang Regency. Poncokusumo and Wajak have varied land uses, geology and morphogenesis. This physiographic condition has an effect on the increasing threat of landslides. This study aims to determine the level of landslide hazard and its distribution. The method used in the identification of landslide hazards is the scoring method which refers to the 2012 BNPB Head Regulation, Indonesian National Standard number 13-7124-2005, the Indirect Method, and the Indonesian Disaster Risk (RBI) BNPB 2016. The results showed that the geological conditions of the study area were composed of volcanic materials such as lava and lava deposits. This material is loose and unstable. Based on the slope classification, this area consists of flat areas with a slope of 0-8% to steep areas with a slope of> 40%. Based on the morphological conditions, it can be seen that this area is an area prone to landslides. Landslide hazard levels in parts of Poncokusumo and Wajak are low and medium. Low landslide hazard levels are dominated by forest land use. The level of danger of a lonsor is being dominated by the use of residential land. The area with a low hazard level is 860.8 Ha and the area with a moderate hazard level is 365.1 Ha. Keywords: landslide, hazard, GIS
Heru Hendrayana, Fakultas Teknik Departemen Teknik Geologi, Indra Agus Riyanto, Azmin Nuha, Fakultas Geografi Magister Pengelolaan Perencanaan Pesisir Dan Daerah Aliran Sungai
Geodika: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu dan Pendidikan Geografi, Volume 4, pp 127-137; doi:10.29408/geodika.v4i2.2643

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The Yogyakarta-Sleman Groundwater Basin has an important role in providing water resources for people of Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta City, and Bantul Regency. If it is not managed properly, excessive groundwater utilization can reduce the quality and quantity of groundwater. This study aims to determine the level of groundwater utilization in the Yogyakarta-Sleman Groundwater Basin. The method used is the calculation of dynamic groundwater and water utilization according to the Indonesian National Standard (SNI) number 19-6728.1-2002. The results showed that the trend of total groundwater utilization from 2013 to 2018 has increased in Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta City, and Bantul Regency. However, when viewed from the level of groundwater utilization, Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta City, and Bantul Regency are dominated by low utilization rates, while the very high utilization rates in Sleman Regency are in Godean and Gamping Districts. The utilization rate is very high in the city of Yogyakarta, located in Umbulharjo District. While the level of utilization is very high in Bantul Regency, in Imogiri District. Thus it can be concluded that the level of groundwater utilization in the Yogyakarta-Sleman Groundwater Basin area is quite diverse, dominated by the low category but there are several sub-districts in the very high category, so that the groundwater utilization zone in CAT Yogyakarta-Sleman still needs control, so that it can be sustainable and utilized in the long term. Keywords: groundwater basin, groundwater use, index of groundwater use
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