PERLAWANAN PEDAGANG KAKI LIMA KOTA SURABAYA DALAM MENGHADAPI KEBIJAKAN PEMERINTAH KOTA (Suatu Studi Tentang Strategi PKL Kota Surabaya Dalam Mempertahankan Hidup)

ALISJAHBANA (2005) PERLAWANAN PEDAGANG KAKI LIMA KOTA SURABAYA DALAM MENGHADAPI KEBIJAKAN PEMERINTAH KOTA (Suatu Studi Tentang Strategi PKL Kota Surabaya Dalam Mempertahankan Hidup). Disertasi thesis, UNIVERSITAS AIRLANGGA.

[img]
Preview
Text (ABSTRAK)
142. Abstrak Dis S 05-05 Ali p.pdf

Download (637kB) | Preview
[img]
Preview
Text (FULLTEXT)
gdlhub-gdl-s3-2007-alisjahban-3544-diss05-%29.pdf

Download (2MB) | Preview
Official URL: http://lib.unair.ac.id

Abstract

The objectives of the research were to gain insights as to (1) the causes of resistance, 2) the stages of resistance, (3) the focus of resistance, (4) the effects of the street vendors resistance, The method used was qualitative perspective grounded research. The locations of the research were Jalan Tunjungan, Embong Malang, A. Yani, and Praban. The research was carried out from April 2003 up to March 2004. The techniques of the data collection were observation, interview, and documentation. The data was analized using qualitative analysis method by Strauss and Corbin Qualitative (2003). This research concluded, first, the factors causing the street vendors resistance were (1) the repressive street vendor reorganizing model, (2) the indifference of the City Government toward the street vendors, (3). The stiffing of the street vendors voices, (4) the negative stigma against the presence of street vendors, (5) the effect of reformation era. Second, the process of the street vendors was basically a long process which ran simultaneously starting from the building movement organization, tidying up, carrying out resistance, and consolidating stage consisting of boosting the no retreat spirit and continuing to resist without feeling tired. Third, the resistance performed by the Surabaya street vendors basically can be distinguished into two that is hidden resistance and open resistance. Hidden resistance was disappearing when the officers in charge came to site, which was a significant form of resistance. Fourth, the reorganizing done by the City Government had positive and negative impacts. The positive impact was the street vendors were disciplined although it was temporarily, the traffic ran well, the sidewalks could be utilized. The negative one was the street vendors became restless, and their source of incomes was reduced. The research implied that firstly, the form of resistance by disappearing when the officers in charge came enriched covered resistance variants which Scott found. Secondly, the resistance in the form of struggle for space also added up to Scotts findings, considering he had never touched upon this process of strugling for space. Thirdly, the resistance by way of disappearing when the officers in charge came to site could be classified as every day form of resistance which was rational, growing from awareness of subsistence values, through individual in nature it was an organized collective agreement and was no longer of small scale. Therefore, this kind of resistance supported the theory of every day form of resistance (Scott, 1985) along with the rational actor theory (Popkin, 1986) and the theory of rational action (Olson, 1969). All these were put together in an organized resistance field in an extensive escalation (organized rebellion), (Lichbach, 1994). The objectives of the research were to gain insights as to (1) the causes of resistance, 2) the stages of resistance, (3) the focus of resistance, (4) the effects of the street vendors resistance, The method used was qualitative perspective grounded research. The locations of the research were Jalan Tunjungan, Embong Malang, A. Yani, and Praban. The research was carried out from April 2003 up to March 2004. The techniques of the data collection were observation, interview, and documentation. The data was analized using qualitative analysis method by Strauss and Corbin Qualitative (2003). This research concluded, first, the factors causing the street vendors resistance were (1) the repressive street vendor reorganizing model, (2) the indifference of the City Government toward the street vendors, (3). The stiffing of the street vendors voices, (4) the negative stigma against the presence of street vendors, (5) the effect of reformation era. Second, the process of the street vendors was basically a long process which ran simultaneously starting from the building movement organization, tidying up, carrying out resistance, and consolidating stage consisting of boosting the no retreat spirit and continuing to resist without feeling tired. Third, the resistance performed by the Surabaya street vendors basically can be distinguished into two that is hidden resistance and open resistance. Hidden resistance was disappearing when the officers in charge came to site, which was a significant form of resistance. Fourth, the reorganizing done by the City Government had positive and negative impacts. The positive impact was the street vendors were disciplined although it was temporarily, the traffic ran well, the sidewalks could be utilized. The negative one was the street vendors became restless, and their source of incomes was reduced. The research implied that firstly, the form of resistance by disappearing when the officers in charge came enriched covered resistance variants which Scott found. Secondly, the resistance in the form of struggle for space also added up to Scotts findings, considering he had never touched upon this process of strugling for space. Thirdly, the resistance by way of disappearing when the officers in charge came to site could be classified as every day form of resistance which was rational, growing from awareness of subsistence values, through individual in nature it was an organized collective agreement and was no longer of small scale. Therefore, this kind of resistance supported the theory of every day form of resistance (Scott, 1985) along with the rational actor theory (Popkin, 1986) and the theory of rational action (Olson, 1969). All these were put together in an organized resistance field in an extensive escalation (organized rebellion), (Lichbach, 1994).

Item Type: Thesis (Disertasi)
Additional Information: KKB KK-2 Dis S 05/05 Ali p (FILE FULL TEXT TIDAK LENGKAP)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Street vendors, resistance rationale form of resistance, impacts of resistance.
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HF Commerce > HF5428-5429.6 Retail trade
J Political Science > JS Local government Municipal government
K Law > K Law (General) > K1-7720 Law in general. Comparative and uniform law. Jurisprudence > K(520)-5582 Comparative law. International uniform law > K3154-3370 Constitutional law > K3220 Public policy
Divisions: 09. Sekolah Pasca Sarjana > Ilmu Sosial
Creators:
CreatorsNIM/NIDN
ALISJAHBANAUNSPECIFIED
Contributors:
ContributionNameNIDN/NIDK/NUP
ContributorHotman M Siahaan, -UNSPECIFIED
ContributorNasikun, -UNSPECIFIED
Depositing User: Nn Dhani Karolyn Putri
Date Deposited: 11 Oct 2016 03:30
Last Modified: 09 Jul 2017 18:31
URI: http://repository.unair.ac.id/id/eprint/32575
Sosial Share:

Actions (login required)

View Item View Item