Spatial: Journal of Geographical Studies http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial <p><strong>SPATIAL Journal of Geographical Studies</strong> is published twice a year, in March and September. The editors accept scientific writings that are in line with the themes of geography, environment and education that have never been published in other media. Manuscript in the form of soft-copy with the format Document (*. Docx) or Rich Text Format (* .rtf) Microsoft Word program or the like. Published articles are subject to contributions to the costs of publishing. The editor has the right to edit the text without changing its meaning.</p> en-US arismunandar@unj.ac.id (Dr. Aris Munandar, S.Pd., M.Si.) sofyanhardi77@gmail.com (Ode sofyan hardi, M.Pd., M.Si.) Thu, 03 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 3.1.2.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Assessment on Geography Field study at Universities in Indonesia http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/11607 <p>In Geography Study Program, fieldstudy is the hallmark of geography outdoor learning. The similar activities of fieldstudy are fieldwork, fieldtrip, outing, excursion, cooks tours and others. The implementation of fieldstudy in the universities of teacher training has the similarity in its naming, its definition, its purpose, material of the study, the duration of the activity, the location of the fieldstudy, and data processing. The difference of the fieldstudy implementation lies on the ratio of supervisor to students, funding, outcome product and assessment. Universities that conduct the fieldstudy should review the curriculum in its implementation so that the credit, the assessed product and process have the similarity both in the credit and the supervisors who assess.</p> Aris Munandar, Enok Maryani, Dede Rohmat, Mamat Ruhimat Copyright (c) 2019 Spatial: Wahana Komunikasi dan Informasi Geografi http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/11607 Thu, 03 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0700 Implementation of Spatial Planning in the Dieng Plateau Region of Banjarnegara Regency http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/10249 <p>Dieng Plateau is located across 6 administratives jurisdiction. It lays on 6 regencies, namely Banjarnegara, Wonosobo, Pekalongan, Batang, Temanggung, and Kendal. Most of priority part located in Banjarnegara. This research aims to analyze the condition of existing land use and its spatial planning. It also analyzes the suitability in both condition, based on criteria proposed by Ministry Regulation of ATR/BPN Number 6 Year 2017. Also, the factor causing this suitability. The method used is qualitative method. The existing condition is identified through Quickbird interpretation and field survey. Other primary and secondary data also collected from local government and population. This reseach shows that there are 11 existing land use that could be identified with the biggest amount of vegetable garden. For the planning, there are 10 types with the biggest amount of horticulture land. The level of suitability could be classified as high. From the criteria of type and amount, the unsuitability percentage is only 9,36%. While from the effect, the land use implementation effecting both local and regional scale. This condition is caused by natural factor, social factor, and other factor (technical factor and regulation factor).</p> <p>Key words : land use, spatial planning, spatial implementation</p> Vina Fadhrotul Mukaromah, Joni Purwo Handoyo Copyright (c) 2019 Spatial: Wahana Komunikasi dan Informasi Geografi http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/10249 Thu, 03 Oct 2019 11:49:58 +0700 Improving Social Science Learning Outcomes Through Mimicry Memorization Method for Class 9.2 Odd Semesters at SMP Negeri 2 Bekasi, Bekasi City http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/10370 <p><strong><em>In Cycle I,</em></strong> 40 students had an average of 64.6. This average score is still below SKBM which is 75. The number of students who get 60 are 21 students with a percentage of 52.5% and students who get 70 are 19 students with a percentage of 47.5%. From these results, then the second Cycle activity <em><u>needs to be held</u></em>.</p> <p><strong><em>In the second cycle</em></strong>, the student has an average value of 73.5. This is still below SKBM wich is 75. It is seen that there are 4 students who get 60 with a percentage of 10% and 18 students who get 70 with a percentage of 45%. Moreover, 18 students scored 80 with a percentage of 45%. So from the results of the study achievement above which have not fulfilled the specified SKBM, Cycle III activities <em><u>need to be held</u></em>.</p> <p><strong><em>In the third cycle</em></strong>, 40 students have an average score of 76.5. This is still below SKBM which is 75. There are 4 students getting 60 with a percentage reached 10% and 10 students who get 70 with a percentage of 25%. Moreover , there are 22 students who scored 80 with a percentage of 55%. There are also 4 students who get 90 with a percentage of 10%. So from the results, the average score still have not fulfilled the specified SKBM, then there is <em><u>no need</u></em> for the <strong><em><u>next Cycle</u></em></strong> activity</p> Soelandari Copyright (c) 2019 Spatial: Wahana Komunikasi dan Informasi Geografi http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/10370 Tue, 15 Oct 2019 09:42:44 +0700 Migration Pattern of Industrial Workers in Bekasi Regency http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/11865 <p>Bekasi Regency, which is located in the periphery cities of Jakarta and Bekasi, has experienced significant regional development. As an industrial area, Bekasi Regency is very attractive to prospective workers. The population problem that needs attention is the employment issue. As the population increases, the number of workers also increases. The purpose of this study is to geographically identify the area of origin of industrial labor in the Bekasi District which is the most dominant, to find out the characteristics of the industrial sector workforce based on their level of education and competence. This research used a quantitative descriptive method with a survey approach, and also conducted interviews with stakeholders, namely the local government of Bekasi Regency</p> Sony Nugratama Hijrawadi, Adrian Copyright (c) 2019 Spatial: Wahana Komunikasi dan Informasi Geografi http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/11865 Thu, 03 Oct 2019 12:24:43 +0700 Space, Region, and Power: Regional Boundary Conflicts in The Regional Autonomy Era http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/11686 <p>This study discusses the regional boundary conflicts that occurred in Indonesia during the era of regional autonomy. The conflict occurred because of a lack of planning, in the design of decentralization, as well as weak regulation. In reality, regional boundary conflicts hinder the implementation of government functions, reduce the level of service to the community, and potentially lead to legal uncertainty. Regional boundary conflicts, in the form of spatial conflicts (territories) are caused by several factors, namely: Economy, in the form of potential control of natural resources; political factors, related to electoral politics; juridical factors, weak legislation; social factors; historical and cultural factors; administrative technical factors, in the form of overlapping agency maps. As a way of solving it needs to be done through juridical settlement; regional cooperation bordering each other; and the application of one map policy. In addition, solutions can be through community participation, from various groups and social strata.</p> Mohammad Maiwan Copyright (c) 2019 Spatial: Wahana Komunikasi dan Informasi Geografi http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/11686 Thu, 03 Oct 2019 13:27:31 +0700 The Influence of Project-Based Learning (PJBL) Model on Spatial Thinking Ability in Class SMA PGRI 2 Palembang http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/11253 <p><em>One of the goals of learning geography is to give students the ability to think spatially. But based on observations in the field, it shows that students' spatial thinking skills have not shown maximum results. This study aims to determine the effect of the Project Based Learning (PJBL) learning model on spatial thinking skills in class X geography subjects at SMA PGRI 2 Palembang. To determine the effect of Project Based Learning (PJBL) on spatial thinking skills, the researcher used the Experimental method.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Based on the results of data analysis and discussion on the effect of Project Based Learning (PJBL) learning models on spatial thinking skills in class X geography subjects at SMA PGRI 2 Palembang, it can be concluded that the results of the average data analysis results of the students' experimental class spatial thinking test 76.02 while the control class averages 61.72. Based on the results of the t-test obtained thitung = 8.43 then compared with t<sub>table</sub> = 1.66, then t<sub>count</sub>&gt; t<sub>table</sub> is 8.43&gt; 1.66. These results prove that there is a significant influence between the Project Based Learning (PJBL) learning model on spatial thinking skills in class X geography subjects at SMA PGRI 2 Palembang</em><em>.</em></p> Budi Utomo, Ramayana Dwi Putri Copyright (c) 2019 Spatial: Wahana Komunikasi dan Informasi Geografi http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/11253 Thu, 03 Oct 2019 13:36:41 +0700 The Movement Patterns of Tourist Destination Floating Market, Lembang, West Bandung Regency http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/12711 <p>This research aims to know the movement patterns of tourist destination<br>floating market, Lembang, West Bandung Regency. The method used in<br>this research is descriptive method with a survey approach. The study<br>lasted from June to July 2019. The indicators are (1) the number of<br>tourist visits each tourist destination, (2) motivation of tourist visits, (3)<br>length of stay, (4) modes of transportation, (5) accessibility to tourist<br>destinations, (6) traveling experience, (7) number of traveling<br>companions, (8) tourist attraction. The results showed tourists from<br>Banten Province tended to only make Multiple Patterns with the type of<br>Chaining Loop and Stopover. The age of 17-30 years dominates the era<br>of tourists; these tourists do tours with their families as much as 100%.<br>Tourists travel time from the origin area to tourist area is 4 to 5 hours, so<br>tourists further shorten the time of visiting each destination and<br>destinations visited by more tourists.</p> Heryanti, Oot Hotimah, Ilham B Mataburu Copyright (c) 2019 Spatial: Journal of Geographical Studies http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/spatial/article/view/12711 Mon, 14 Oct 2019 08:51:32 +0700