International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Social Science | Indonesia | Volume 6 Issue 11, November 2017

Indonesian Labor Marginalization: A Case Study on Street Vendors in Simpang Dago Market

Randi [14] | Yogi S. Sugandi

Abstract: Construction in Indonesia, indirectly, influences the pattern of survival of medium to lower community by taking various kinds of jobs. Based on the data of Poverty Line in Provinces (rupiah/capita/month), BPS of West Java in cities is 325.017 while in villages is 324.937. Besides, the Index of Poverty Severity (P2) According to Province in 2016, West Java is 0.37. From those data, the poverty in West Java Province is massive enough to cause problem to the local government in increasing the provinces income per capita. While the focus of the study is how marginalization of the Indonesian labor takes place in Dago Market, especially the marginalization of street vendors (SVs). Sometimes, SVs are considered having poor trading system so the existence in the society remains marginalized. Street Vendor is a part of process system where it is personally owned and taking space without legal permit. In order to elaborate about it, the researcher employs qualitative analysis method with data presentation in descriptive way, library study.

Keywords: marginalization, street vendor, government, poverty

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 11, November 2017,

Pages: 1366 - 1373

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