CORONA DAN AKTIVITAS SOSIAL EKONOMI MASYARAKAT DI PASAR TRADISIONAL SORE PAOK KAMBUT, LOMBOK BARAT

Keywords: Corona, Economic activities, Life necessities, Traditional market, Trading

Abstract

Corona outbreaks have caused much chaos in the world. One aspect that is easily affected is the community's economy. This study aims to describe the economic activities of the community in the midst of the outbreak of the corona outbreak. The location of the study was at the Paoq Kambut afternoon market, one of the traditional markets in the West Lombok area. This study used a qualitative approach. Data collection methods by observation and interview. The data obtained in the form of qualitative data. Data analysis and sorting are done at the time of data collection. The subjects in this study consisted of traders, buyers, and parking attendants. Based on the results of the study it can be seen that the public is not too worried about the corona. People claim to be more afraid of not eating than Corona. Ongoing trading activity has actually increased. This can be seen from the increase in market opening hours. The existence of the Covid-19 pandemic has also given rise to new business opportunities for the community, one of which is the emergence of impromptu mask sellers and hand sanitizers.

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Author Biographies

Arif Widodo, Universitas Mataram

PGSD, Asisten Ahli

Deni Sutisna, Universitas Mataram

Program Studi Pendidikan Sosiologi Universitas Mataram

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Published
2021-07-30
How to Cite
Widodo, A., & Sutisna, D. (2021). CORONA DAN AKTIVITAS SOSIAL EKONOMI MASYARAKAT DI PASAR TRADISIONAL SORE PAOK KAMBUT, LOMBOK BARAT. Cakrawala Jurnal Penelitian Sosial, 10(1), 1-20. Retrieved from https://ejournal.uksw.edu/cakrawala/article/view/4636
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