https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/issue/feed KRITIS 2022-06-30T11:36:14+07:00 Dr. Wilson M.A. Therik, S.E.,M.Si jurnal.kritis@uksw.edu Open Journal Systems <p><strong>KRITIS</strong> adalah Jurnal Studi Pembangunan Interdisiplin (<em>Journal of Interdisciplinary 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> https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/5094 DIGITAL CIVILITY INDEX DAN KARAKTER BANGSA DALAM WACANA PEMBANGUNAN 2022-06-30T11:36:12+07:00 Dia Gloria Ekklesia dia.gloria@ui.ac.id <p>This paper will discuss the Digital Civility Index and its relationship with the character of the nation in development discourse from an anthropological point of view. Recently, the issue of national character has surfaced through online research conducted by Microsoft. This study examines the civility of human interaction in a virtual space and the study shows that Indonesia is in position 29 of the 32 countries studied. This caused a polemic among Indonesians who were offended by the results. Indirectly, the results of this study illustrate the reflection of the character of the Indonesian people, therefore this issue is interesting to be reviewed more deeply. The method used in this paper is literature study and observation of news about research results from Microsoft and online responses from Indonesian people. In reviewing this issue, we will first discuss the news flow and its dynamics in Indonesian society towards the results of this research. Second, the context of this issue will be presented from the perspective of development anthropology. Finally, the discourse on the sustainable and community-based character development of the nation will be explained. Through this paper, the author argues that the discourse on the development of national character requires the involvement of the community and government in development as capital to create a reflection of a more civilized nation.</p> 2022-06-22T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/5229 HIRARKI WILAYAH PRIORITAS PENANGULANGAN KEMISKINAN BERDASARKAN INFRASTRUKTUR DASAR DI KECAMATAN ARGOMULYO, SALATIGA TAHUN 2020 2022-06-30T11:36:13+07:00 Suryo Sakti Hadiwijoyo martinus.suryo@gmail.com Novi Ghitta Khairina novighitha99@mail.ugm.ac <p>The poverty rate of Salatiga City in 2016-2019 showed a decreasing trend, however, in 2020 there was an increase of 0.18% from 4.76% in 2019 to 4.94% in 2020. Explicitly poverty can be viewed from various sectors , one of which is the basic infrastructure sector. Regions with better infrastructure systems often have good rates of economic growth and welfare, on the other hand, when compared to regions with limited infrastructure, which affects the welfare of their people. This study aims to carry out a hierarchy of poor areas or poverty zoning based on basic infrastructure aspects, with a study unit in Argomulyo District, Salatiga City. The research method used is descriptive quantitative with the principle of scaling (scaling/scaling technique) on the variables determining social welfare in the basic infrastructure sector which is sourced from the Integrated Data for Social Welfare (IDSW) of Salatiga City in 2020. The results of this study indicate that Kelurahan Kumpulrejo is the first priority area in the intervention of poverty reduction programs based on the basic infrastructure sector in Argomulyo District, Salatiga City in 2020. The sub-district areas that are the second priority are Noborejo, Tegalrejo and Ledok Villages. While the third priority is in the Villages of Randuacir and Cebongan. The zoning based on the basic infrastructure sector becomes the basis for proposals or recommendations for relevant program interventions.</p> 2022-06-28T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/6576 PENYEBAB TURNOVER INTENTION KARYAWAN PADA SEBUAH HOTEL 2022-06-30T11:36:13+07:00 Pipit Sundari pipit.sundari02@gmail.com Tettie Setiyarti tettie.setiyarti84@gmail.com Ni Luh Putu Utari pipit.sundari02@gmail.com Ni Nyoman Nurani pipit.sundari02@gmail.com <p><em>The desire to leave an organization or the turnover intention of an employee always raises a big question mark, and the two main factors that usually drive the emergence of this desire are job insecurity and work stress experienced by the employee. The main purpose of this article is to determine the effect of job insecurity and work related stress (job stress) on the turnover intention felt by the employees of a hotel. The research that is used as the basis for writing this article uses Sudamala Suites &amp; Villas Sanur which is located at Jalan Sudamala No. 20, South Denpasar, Denpasar City, Bali, as a case study. Data analysis techniques used include validity test, reliability test, multiple linear regression analysis, linearity test, normality test, heteroscedasticity test and multicollinearity test. The study found a positive and significant effect, both partially and simultaneously, between the independent variables, Job Insecurity and Job Stress, and the dependent variable, Turnover Intention, which clearly indicates that the higher the Job Insecurity and Job Stress felt by the employees of a hotel, the more turnover intention they have.</em></p> 2022-06-28T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/6405 STIGMA DIANTARA REPUBLIK MALUKU SELATAN “RMS”: PEMBANGUNAN DAN DEMOKRASI DI MALUKU 2022-06-30T11:36:14+07:00 Christian H.J. de Fretes christian.defretes@uksw.edu <p><em>The integration of the states of the Republic of the United States of Indonesia into the Republic of Indonesia including the State of East Indonesia triggered the independence movement by Dr. Christian R.S. Soumokil by proclaiming the Republic of South Maluku (RMS) 1950. Even though it was defeated in 1966, the stigma about RMS is still attached and associated with Maluku culture. This attached stigma then strengthened when the RMS issue reappeared during the 1999 humanitarian conflict. One of the factors that triggered the revival of this movement was dissatisfaction&nbsp; the state during Suharto's 32-year rule. The cancellation of several national development projects to public protests accused of being part of the RMS Movement became a challenge to democracy in Maluku. Democratization in the reformation period has provided space for people who had been silent to express their dissatisfaction through actions against the government. The emergence of RMS tests how far the quality of community democracy has on human development in Maluku.</em></p> 2022-06-30T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/6304 IDENTITAS DAN MARJINALISASI: ORANG KUBU, ORANG RIMBA, SUKU ANAK DALAM 2022-06-30T11:36:14+07:00 Riwanto Tirtosudarmo adhistirarasputri@gmail.com <p>This article, through the available literature, explores and problematising the shifting social and cultural identity of a minority ethnic group resided in the Province of Jambi, Sumtara; that at least has three names: Orang Kubu, Orang Rimba and Suku Anak Dalam (SAD). Frrom the changes of their names reveal the pattern of power relation that is historically embedded within their interaction with the major etnic groups and the state. In such an asymetric power relationship contexts researchers, academicians, social activists and state apparatuses; play their important roles as interlocutors and establishes the usage of names according to their own interests. As a minority ethnic group their livelihood which is closely related with tropical forrest environment in Bukit Dua-Belas; have rapidly change as it converse into transmigration areas and palm oil plantations. The weak postion in relation to the dominant ethnic groups and the state, the proses of marginalisastion occured in the interaction. The prospek of this vunarable ethnic minority group is bleak and their future only be saved through the proper affirmation action from the state.</p> 2022-06-30T00:00:00+07:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##