2018
DOI: 10.24843/eeb.2018.v07.i04.p01
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Abstract: This study aims to analyze;the influence of education level, age, ethnicity, length of marriage age, number of dependents and length of migration to distance migration of informal women migrant traders; the influence of education level, age, ethnicity, age of marriage age, number of dependents, duration of migration and distance of migration to income level of informal female migrant traders;the role of migration spacing in mediating the influence of education level, age, ethnicity, age of marriage, number of … Show more

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“…In the economic context of migrant households, gender issues are very sensitive, especially in maintaining a livelihood (Sukarsa et al, 2015;Local Papuan Migrants: Wamena Migrants in an Urban City of Jayapura, Papua-Indonesia 27 Rahmawati et al, 2017). Wijayanti (2018) has shown that the participation of female migrants in trading activities is determined by the level of education, age, ethnicity, length of marriage, number of dependents, and duration of migration. The process of migrant adaptation to the social environment begins by identifying various resources available in the destination area, followed by participating in social organizations to establish communication with the local population (Valina, 2013).…”
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confidence: 99%