HEGEMONIC SOCIAL RELATION A Study of Sociology on Outsourcing Practice.

Baharuddin Rahman1,, Andi Agustan (2016) HEGEMONIC SOCIAL RELATION A Study of Sociology on Outsourcing Practice. S2 thesis, Universitas Negeri Makassar.

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HEGEMONIC SOCIAL RELATION A Study of Sociology on Outsourcing Practice. Baharuddin Rahman1, Andi Agustang2, Sulaeman Samad3, Jumadi4 Email:badingbahar@yahoo.co.id1, jsahabuddin Postgraduate student of sociology UniversitasNegeri Makassar South Sulawesi Indonesia Tel. +62813 5550 1317 Abstract: This research aims to analyze and explain hegemonic social relation in outsourcing practice in Makassar city concerning; (1) the causes of hegemonic social relation among actorss of user, provider and laborer, (2) the patterns and types of hegemonic social relation, and (3) the social and economic impacts of hegemonic social relation. This research employs the kind of descriptive research with qualitative approach. The result of this study gives more clear and deeper describe concerning many kinds of meaning which are behind the fact so that this research uses phenomenological method with perspective interpretative. While the phenomenon is outsourcing practice in Makassar city. The result of this research shows that the social relation among actors user, provider and laborer in outsourcing practice in Makassar city is not just an ordinary economic relation but it is a veiled power relation which constructs a hegemonic social relation. The hegemonic social relation is caused by some factors, namely; (a) unlimited authority owned by user, (b) closed management applicated by provider, (c) laborer’s less bargaining position, and (d) lost government intervention. The four causes create the patterns and types of hegemonic social relation in outsourcing practice, namely; (1) absolute hegemony by user toward provider and laborer like, job outsourcing (job transfer), job responsibility transfer, and the use of manpower and more work time, (2) semi-hegemony by provider toward laborer by action of transferring laborer from one user to others, and (3) absolute hegemonized toward laborer by both user and provider through the use of laborer’s work power by user, outsourcing of laborer from one user to others done by provider. the fact, outsourcing practice benefits the captilists (user and provider), on the contrary, it harms the laborer. Key words: social relation, hegemony, outsourcing

Item Type: Thesis (S2)
Subjects: PASCASARJANA > Jasmani dan Olahraga
Divisions: PROGRAM PASCASARJANA
Depositing User: UPT PERPUSTAKAAN UNM
Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2017 02:36
Last Modified: 29 Aug 2017 02:36
URI: http://eprints.unm.ac.id/id/eprint/2742

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