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KONFLIK ANTAR KELOMPOK PENGAMEN(Study Tentang Konflik Antara Kelompok Pengamen Tetap DenganPengamen Tidak Tetap Di Alun alunKota Malang)

Ambarwati, Yeni (2009) KONFLIK ANTAR KELOMPOK PENGAMEN(Study Tentang Konflik Antara Kelompok Pengamen Tetap DenganPengamen Tidak Tetap Di Alun alunKota Malang). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.


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ABSTRACT Rapid Developmental growth certainly brought effect to the people economic. The increasing tight work-competition made jobless level increased. It supported by the minimum work-field and proper skill, those made individual step aside from the competition, especially in large cities. Moreover the load got heavier. Large cities in developed country like Indonesia owed similar problems in every regions. Those were the increasing of criminality, street-singer, street-children, and many more. Street-singer could be met in railway station, bus station, restaurant, and small restaurant, and traffic intersection. The hard life of street-singer made them faced one thing, that was conflict among street singer. There often fought caused by location struggle and the other problems like misunderstanding. This kind of conflict also happened to street singer in City Field (‘Alun-Alun’) Malang city. Where city field as work-field for permanent street-singer and other street-singer outside group couldn’t freely singing there. It developed conflict which ended in violence among them. Violence happened was a kind of environment influence where they should survive in city area. The research was descriptive qualitative, where the subject were permanent street-singer and temporary street-singer in City Field of Malang City. The subjects were 10 people. Data collection technique were observation, deep interview, and documentation. Data analysis technique was Miles and Huberman interactive model data analysis which owed four activities line. Those were: data collection, data reduction, data service and conclusion or verification. Conflict happened between permanent street-singer with temporary street-singer in City Field was already happened since 1994, after the formation of permanent street-singer in City Field. The conflict happened because of the struggle for street-singing work-field. The street-singer said that the economic load increased while their income got harder. The conflict caused violence in swarm attack and mass-fighting and personal violence. Before the violence, they insulted each other, swore each other, etc. The conflict won by one group which was permanent street singer, since the permanent street-singer had authority in city field backed up by a person from Public Police Employee Officer (Satpol PP) and related institution. Still the conflict was still happened often. Activities they had done everyday in city field was one of their struggle in the city to survive since competition in formal sector was hard to be formed, moreover they were lack of education, while job in formal sector needed various conditions. Their income couldn’t compare with job from formal sector, so that in order to survive, they had to struggle hard. Since they struggle to survive in the city, they faced various problems ended in violence. Temperament attitude or emotion was a physical character of the street-singer. It caused influenced environment, so that a bit of misunderstanding or competition in work-field among them could create conflict ended in violence. The violence could be formed in swarm-attack, fight, mass-fight, etc.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Sociology (69201)
Depositing User: Anwar Jasin
Date Deposited: 28 Mar 2012 07:50
Last Modified: 28 Mar 2012 07:50

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