PRASETYO, ABDUL KHOLIQ TRI (2006) MORAL EKONOMI PEDAGANG KAKI LIMA(Studi Tentang Moral Ekonomi Pedagang Kaki Lima Di Pasar Sore Kota Batu). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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The development of social and economic life in several regions in Indonesia at present has experienced a dramatic increase, which is marked by increasingly diverse and many economic activities in the informal sector. The informal sector appears not based on the structure of effective demand and productive, but arise because of unbalance in the current structure of capitalism. Thus the populist economic empowerment geared towards increasing economic growth below the level of individuals such as small traders, micro industries and so on is done in an effort to establish an economic system based on democracy, dignity and independence. Meanwhile, traders own moral economy is the "dilemma" faced by the traders are choosing between moral obligations to relatives and neighbors can be enjoyed together so that income earned in one hand and to accumulate capital in the form of money and goods on the other. Thus, researchers want to know how the moral economy sidewalk vendors (PKL) Afternoon Market Stone Town, which is also the center of street vendors in Batu. Research using qualitative approaches and is explanatif is intended to identify the moral economy of street vendors (PKL) in Batu Evening Market. In addition, this research was useful to develop knowledge relating to the moral economy of traders. And can be used as input for the government to establish policies related to the problems of street vendors. This research was carried out in Comb village, district of Batu, Batu city, precisely in the Evening Market Stone Town to see the moral economy of street vendors (PKL) in Batu Evening Market, using the method of data collection by observation, interview and review of documents supporting research. This study uses taxonomic analysis of the interactive model proposed by Sanapiah, is the focus of research limited to a particular domain is very useful in order to describe or explain phenomena / focus of the original target of research. And is supported by studies based on sociological theories of Max Weber's theory of social action, and structuration theory of Anthony Giddens. Moral economy sidewalk vendors in the Market Afternoon Stone include: First, the demands of fellow street vendors. Second, the demands from the government. The three demands of the surrounding community. Fourth, the demand from buyers. Fifth, the interaction between the street vendors with fellow street vendors. Sixth, the interaction between vendors and the government. Seventh, the interaction between the street vendors with the surrounding community. And eighth, the interaction between the street vendors with buyers.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HM Sociology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Sociology|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||25 Jul 2012 03:24|
|Last Modified:||25 Jul 2012 03:24|
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