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Union-Unionists' Family Relations and Its Impact to Union Agenda

Azhar Irfansyah Ikhwanudin (Sungkonghoe University)

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The main purpose of this research is to describe and evaluate how unions in Indonesia establish their relation with unionists' family. The research was conducted in Jakarta and surrounding cities, based on the cases of three worker unions: SPPD in Tangerang, SBC in Cakung, and SP-PPMI in Bekasi. Th...
The main purpose of this research is to describe and evaluate how unions in Indonesia establish their relation with unionists' family. The research was conducted in Jakarta and surrounding cities, based on the cases of three worker unions: SPPD in Tangerang, SBC in Cakung, and SP-PPMI in Bekasi. This research used qualitative approach with case study method. The data collected by bibliographic research, observation, interview, and documentation. The result concluded that each union case has different approach to establish it relation with unionists' family. The approach varies according to their demography, agency, and structure. SPPD is considered as the most successful case because (1) married female members are well represented in the union, (2) SPPD’s goal is the simplest among other, (3) the program genuinely initiated by the needs of SPPD as factory unit, (4) SPPD has institutionalize the effort by establishing Regional Coordinators.
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I. Introduction 1
A. Introduction 1
B. Research Questions 3
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I. Introduction 1
A. Introduction 1
B. Research Questions 3
C. Conceptual Framework 3
D. Research Methodology 5
E. Hypothesis 6
F. Designed Questions 6
G. Thesis Structure 7
H. Scope and Limitation 8
I. Reference 9

II. Indonesian Labor Condition and Working-Class Family 10
A. Indonesian Labor Condition 10
B. Working Class Family 15
C. Reference 17

III. Cases of Union-Family Relation 19
A. SPPD 19
B. SBC 22
C. PPMI 25
D. Summary 28

IV. Analysis 29
A. Context 29
a. Demography 29
b. Agency 31
c. Structure 34
B. Consequences 35
a. Family Perception 35
b. Membership Expansion 37
C. Summary 38
D. Reference 39

V. Conclusion 41