Wages distribution system of sailors in Sarang (John Rawls’s theory of justice perspective)

Aseffudin, Muhammad (2015) Wages distribution system of sailors in Sarang (John Rawls’s theory of justice perspective). Undergraduate (S1) thesis, UIN Walisongo.

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The sailor community is one of the components that fall into the category of coastal communities. The mentioning of fishermen associated with the profession of fishing at sea. In the other words, the fishermen are the ones who make a living from the sea directly related to fishing. People made the sea as a source of livelihood especially those related to fishing, called as fishermen, regardless of variations available equipments. This research focus on wages distribution system of sailor in Sarang. The writer try to analyze this system using the theory of justice by John Rawls. In choosing theory of justice by John rawls is based on consideration that this theory appropriate with these problems. From this, the researcher moved to conduct this research that could later contribute new ideas over a system that is more directed to the justice and welfare. Based on the background of the issues mentioned above, there are several problems that can be formulated by author such us: firstly, how is the system of wages distribution used by sailors of Sarang? And secondly, how is this system analyzed using John Rawls’s Theory of Justice? This study uses a qualitative approach. That is the assessment of the research problem will generate descriptive data, or in other word, this study prefers descriptive data collection as outlined in the form of report and description. A qualitative approach was considered appropriate to study the problems in this case, because of the things that were observed directly related to the actual problems faced today. After doing research, explaining and analyzing in previous chapters, it can be concluded that: First, Generally, wages distribution practice that occurred in Sarang is the result 100% of haul that had been sold in TPI will be decreased by supplies cost and LW cost first. Then will be divided become two parts, 50% for Majikan, and 50% for ABK. Among the ABK, the 50% then will be divided again by one condition, which is divided by 25 parts then it is added with 9 parts. Writer found Majikan exploitation from prevailing LW system. Based on data from LW system that prevailed in fishing communities Sarang, then the employer is one who obtained a huge advantage as ship owner. Employers will be more fortunate, while the ABK would be miserable. Second, after analyze the problem with point of view by John Rawls’s Theory of Justice, the writer states that ABK Sailors like being in a veil called ignorance or without knowledge. Sarang Sailors feel alienated from the system that prevailed by the employer, ranging from wages distribution procedure, until cost of supplies and also there are many exploitation by Majikan towards ABK.

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Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate (S1))
Uncontrolled Keywords: Wages Distribution System; Sailors; Pembagian upah; Pelaut; Teori keadilan; Theory of Justice
Subjects: 100 Philosophy and psychology > 170 Ethics (Moral philosophy) > 174 Economic and professional ethics
600 Technology (Applied sciences) > 650 Management and auxiliary services > 658 General management
Divisions: Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Humaniora > Aqidah Filsafat
Additional Information: Pembimbing : Prof. Dr. H. Yusuf Suyono, MA.; Ahmad Afnan Anshori, MA., M. Hum.
Depositing User: Nur Rohmah
Date Deposited: 28 Mar 2016 06:31
Last Modified: 28 Mar 2016 06:31
URI: http://eprints.walisongo.ac.id/id/eprint/5236

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