http://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/issue/feed KRITIS 2019-02-25T12:04:51+07:00 Dr. Wilson M.A. Therik, S.E.,M.Si jurnal.kritis@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p><strong>KRITIS</strong> adalah Jurnal Studi Pembangunan Interdisiplin (<em>Journal of Interdiciplinary Development Studies</em>) yang isinya berkaitan dengan pembangunan sebagai proses multidimensional yang melibatkan reorientasi dan reorganisasi kemasyarakatan secara keseluruhan, yang mencakup penjaminan pilihan-pilihan kebutuhan hidup manusia, penegakan harga diri manusia, dan pembebasan dari penghambaan.&nbsp;<strong>KRITIS</strong> menerima artikel dalam Bahasa Indonesia maupun Bahasa Inggris, terbit dua kali dalam satu tahun (Juni dan Desember)</p> http://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/2182 PERSIAPAN SEKOLAH RAMAH ANAK DI SALATIGA: PEMETAAN KEBUTUHAN DAN IDENTIFIKASI MASALAH DARI PERSPEKTIF PESERTA DIDIK 2018-12-20T15:56:12+07:00 Linda Susilowati linda.susilowati@staff.uksw.edu <p>Obtaining a quality education is the foundation to creating sustainable development. Education can help locals to develop innovative solutions for the world’s problems. Schools then have a very important role to play in achieving quality education. In addition to improving quality in the academic field, developing quality school human resources is also very important task to do. Schools need to support the human recources or children’s development by creating child-friendly schools. In the preparation phase of creating the child-friendly schools, there are several im parts that need to be considered and carried out, such as open discussion or constultation with the children as student in order to identify children’s needs and accommodate children’s aspiration. The focus group discussion and interviews with representative students from Salatiga founds there are needs and problems that need to be addresses on preparing the child-friendly schools: 1) on school policy: schools need partipations of all stake holders in developing school policy of violence against student, and specific detail of that upcoming policy, clearer and safer violence reporting mechansism for children; 2) on learning activities: unbalance treatments and discrimination towards students (based on social status, religion, and race or ethnicity), lack of educators’ capacity on understanding the diversity of character and students’ potential, treatments from educator that decreasing students’ condidence, teachers behavior that contains offensive SARA (ethnicity, religion, race, and social class), and violence cases both physically and verbally in schools activities; 3) on educators component; lack of understanding of child rights and child-friendly schools, lack of implementation of child rights and child-friendly schools; 4) on facilities and infrastructure: evacuation routes for natural disasters and fires, clean toilet facilities and changing rooms that can protect students from sexual crimes attempts; 5) on students participations and; 6) stakeholders participations: lack of stakeholders and students involment on preparing child-friendly school in Salatiga.</p> 2018-12-19T11:01:06+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/2189 PERSAINGAN, GESEKAN, DAN PERTUMBUHAN PARIWISATA: STUDI KASUS KINAHREJO 2018-12-20T15:51:46+07:00 Andeka Rocky Tanaamah atanaamah@staff.uksw.edu Titi Susilowati Prabawa titisusilowati@gmail.com Neil Semuel Rupidara nsrupidara@yahoo.com <p>Tourism is a potential economic sector that contributes to more sustainable economic growth. Not only focusing on economic growth, tourism has also been proven in improving livelihoods as well as increasing benefits for local communities. Tourism can however be a field of rivalry or tension in the society. This article aims to analyse rivalry and clash happen among tourism actors and other elements of the society in Kinahrejo, also with government, which is caused by the growth of tourism in Kinahrejo. Emerging dark tourism in Kinahrejo has stimulated the growth of relevant businesses. However,the growth of tourism has also led to competition and friction in the management of local resources. This study looks at three forms of friction that occur in the management of Kinahrejo tourism assets. First, friction between the tourism actors in Kinahrejo caused by the desire to control the tourism resources. Second, friction between tourism business and stone sand mining business, caused by the lucrative offer of income. Third, friction with the government related to the relocation policy of the people of kinahrejo to a safer place and avoid the eruption of Mount Merapi. Completion of friction is done by optimizing the role of the community association in facilitating relationships between the various groups involved in tensions.</p> 2017-06-20T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/2244 LOCAL INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE OF COLLECTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT: A Lesson from Pamsimas Program Implementation in Tajuk Village 2019-01-17T15:26:50+07:00 Ambar Istiyani jojoamban@gmail.com Marthen L. Ndoen mndoen@gmail.com <p>In recent years <em>Pamsimas </em>(<em>Penyediaan Air Minum dan Sanitasi Berbasis Masyarakat</em> / Community-Based Water Supply and Sanitation) program has been promoted with a view to respond to the challenge of water shortages and sanitation in rural areas of Indonesia. Improved drinking water and sanitation facilities are presumed to enhance access to water resources and improve hygiene. In the meantime, the delegation of authority from the central to local governments in providing for people’s basic needs (including water supply) became a condition of participation in the program. This paper presents the results of a case study of <em>Pamsimas </em>program as it was implemented in Tajuk Village, Semarang Regency. This paper is an extention of the previous study on the dynamic of water management in decentralization era. This update paper uses political economic and power analysis to understand farmers’ decision in responding to the program. It is found that <em>Pamsimas</em> changed a set of institutional rules governing the use of water resources that are the adoption of water pricing mechanism and the establisment of a new collective choice body. It is argued that farmers’ decisions to implement <em>Pamsimas </em>is not because of the hygienic practices and the importance of participation as narrated by the policy makers, but is entirely centered in the benefits of redistribution.</p> 2017-01-14T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/2251 TANGGUNG JAWAB ETIS PERUSAHAAN DALAM MENJAGA KEBERLAJUTAN PEMBANGUNAN 2019-01-17T15:24:55+07:00 Ricky Arnold Nggili ricky7arnold@gmail.com <p>Business ethics bring business back to substantially. The essence to ensure their common prosperity and continuity for life next. Business ethics involves not only the role business people, but also involves the role of government and society. Doing business with ethics placing as human beings, civilized and cultured. Doing business with ethics placed man as beings who are able to work together, sensitivity and concern as well as creatures full responsibilities moral responsibility. The relationship between business, society and government will be harmonious, and able to continue the development of the Indonesian people who are responsible, if the company is conducting its activities in an ethical manner.</p> 2017-01-17T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/2326 GAMBARAN PERSONAL HYGIENE ANAK USIA SEKOLAH DASAR YANG TINGGAL DI SEKITAR TPA NGRONGGO SALATIGA 2019-02-25T12:04:51+07:00 Dhanang Puspita dhanang.puspita@staff.uksw.edu Sanfia T. Messakh tesabela.mesakh@staff.uksw.edu Christintya Nuarika christintya@gmail.com <p>Personal hygiene behavior is one effort to prevent the occurrence of various diseases due to microorganism from the waste. Children aged 6 - 11 years are still vulnerable awareness about personal hygiene. Factors of knowledge, environment, and family support become the determinants of personal hygiene practices by children. Children living in landfill have a greater risk of health disruption due to an environment that does not support personal hygiene. The purpose of this study was to look at the pattern of personal hygiene of primary school age children living in the TPA Ngronggo, Salatiga. This research is descriptive qualitative. Collecting data by interviewing respondents aged 6 - 11 years and living in landfill. The results obtained, most children do not fully understand and practice personal hygiene in their daily lives. Concluded if the children living in the landfill do not have the knowledge and practice of personal hygiene is good.</p> 2017-02-25T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##