Keragaman Agama, Etnis, Bahasa, dan Pembangunan Desa

Diversity of Religions, Ethnicities, Languages, and Village Development

  • Loria Sara Paais Program Studi Magister Ekonomi Kependudukan dan Ketenagakerjaan, Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Indonesia, Gedung Nathanael Iskandar Lantai 3, Kampus UI Depok 16424, Indonesia
Keywords: diversity of religion, ethnicity, language, village development

Abstract

The diversity of religions, ethnicities and languages that exist in Indonesia could either be a barrier or a driver for rural development and has been receiving more attention in recent years. The purpose of this study is to analyze the long-term influence of the existence of residents with different religions, ethnicities, and daily languages in a village-on-village development. This research uses descriptive analysis and inferencing with multiple linear regression. Results of the multiple linear regression analysis show that the existence of residents of different religions and ethnicities has a positive impact on village development, but the various languages used daily have the opposite effect. In addition, the existence of credit facilities received by residents, the presence of health workers in the village, and the village topography have high enough influence on village development.

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Published
2021-06-10
How to Cite
Paais, L. S. (2021). Keragaman Agama, Etnis, Bahasa, dan Pembangunan Desa: Diversity of Religions, Ethnicities, Languages, and Village Development. Journal of Regional and Rural Development Planning (Jurnal Perencanaan Pembangunan Wilayah Dan Perdesaan), 5(2), 77-90. https://doi.org/10.29244/jp2wd.2021.5.2.77-90