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PERLINDUNGAN HUKUM PEKERJA ANAK SEKTOR INFORMAL (STUDI KASUS TINDAK KEKERASAN PADA PEKERJA DI KAPAL FERRY PENYEBERANGAN SURA-MADU)

Ayudhyana, Afilia Dyah (2004) PERLINDUNGAN HUKUM PEKERJA ANAK SEKTOR INFORMAL (STUDI KASUS TINDAK KEKERASAN PADA PEKERJA DI KAPAL FERRY PENYEBERANGAN SURA-MADU). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Problem Worker of visible child as complex phenomenon and have to be seen comprehensive. Its existence more look from a[n condition of social of economics which lame and do not profit. involvement of Children in economic activity of elementary the than or do not have generated psychological problem, but growth of its social life and soul also experience of not ordinary. See so complex of social problems of above arising out, where other children learn and play at to enjoy [his/its] childhood, but one party of children there be still be laboring with various reason forcing them work at the cost of its childhood. In this research presented a real picture forms act hardness to worker child of informal sector exist in Regency of Bangkalan specially port and on board ferry of crossing Sura-Madu, strive worker of child overcome to act hardness experienced of and the effort conducted Government of Regency and House Stop by to give protection punish to worker child of informal sector. Protection punish for child own meaning give protection to covert child in order to, with peripheral hokum. Child own rights which must be fulfilled by state and also the obligation which must be executed by child. Punish to represent one of instrument wearied to reaching of target of the protection. Child worker which the majority work as street musician very gristle to acting the hardness. grand total child Worker in Regency Bangkalan specially port and on board the crossing Sura-Madu ferry year 2002 more or less 90 child and in the year 2003 mounting to become more or less 107 child. From the amount can told that informal child sector worker amount Regency Bangkalan specially port and on board the crossing Sura-Madu ferry experience of improvement 20% in range of time one year. Effort conducted by a child worker to overcome to act hardness experienced of and frequent multiply [done/conducted] freeman to this child worker is listen go freeman willingness because they assume listened goly willingness hence will be peaceful. Child worker work with various reason where them for the everyday life requirement family which cannot be answered the demand if only rely on parent production, become them cannot help follow plunged in work utilize everyday life requirement accomplishment. But there laboring pulka just to fill red letter day just school and to fulfill their personal requirement. instrument of Law giving protection to worker child of informal sector from threat of hardness in the form of functioned house stop by to give protection to worker of child in order to is not happened [by] the hardness threat. But this matter is not full walk such as those which expected, and surely police only just will know all what is going on to worker of child as victim of threat of hardness experienced of [by] worker of the child. From visible above matter that protection to worker of child less earn attention from government, where with the lack of the protection result to more and more the increasing of threat of hardness experienced of by child worker.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law > Department of Law (74201)
Depositing User: Fitriana Kasiani
Date Deposited: 10 Dec 2015 03:16
Last Modified: 10 Dec 2015 03:16
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/19832

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