Socio-Cultural Public Response on Morotai Island as Special Economic Zone (KEK) in Indonesia
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Survey Paper | Economics | Indonesia | Volume 5 Issue 3, March 2016

Socio-Cultural Public Response on Morotai Island as Special Economic Zone (KEK) in Indonesia

Saiful Deni, Thamrin Husain, Djamila Abbas

This study aims to determine the public on the island of Morotai in the development of Special Economic Zones (KEK). The method used is quantitative research. Survey data collection techniques used. Determination of informants using simple random sampling technique. process analysis with an assessment of the content using the Public Perception of Social Culture, which analyzes data related to the social and cultural impact of Special Economic Zones (KEK) in Morotai Regency. The public perception is based on educational background, occupation, age, religion, ethnicity and education, as well as knowledge of the existence of KEK. The survey showed that most people (56.02 % or 228 respondents) had heard about the special economic zone, especially through meetings with government (49.12 % or 112 respondents). Most people (97.79 % or 398 respondents) agreed on the manufacture and distribution of fishery products by reason of employment (73.62 %). Community (91.65 % or 373 respondents) in principle accepts or willing to work with immigrant employees who have the expertise. Community (51.11 % or 208 respondents) expects the construction of vocational school / academy fisheries other than that they were expecting a child employee Morotai 26.29 % or 107 respondents and 71 respondents or 17.44 % expecting business opportunities could open up. Most communities 73, 46 % or 299 respondents would trust the government to implement special economic zone because the government is more prepared to overcome the problem of 37.12 % or 111 respondents who believe in the private sector, while as much as 16.46 % or 67 respondents for private capital and work professionally 61, 19 % or 41 respondents.

Keywords: Response of public, social and cultural, special economic zones, industrial, fishery

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 3, March 2016

Pages: 616 - 620

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Saiful Deni, Thamrin Husain, Djamila Abbas, "Socio-Cultural Public Response on Morotai Island as Special Economic Zone (KEK) in Indonesia", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=NOV161909, Volume 5 Issue 3, March 2016, 616 - 620

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