Migrant Torajans in Palu City Central Sulawesi Province in The Perspective of Social Economic and Culture
Laendatu Paembonan*, Anhulaila M. Palampanga1, Christian Tindjabate2, Mauled Moelyono1
1Department of Development Study, Faculty of Economics, University of Tadulako, Jl. Soekarno - Hatta km 9, Tondo - Palu 94118, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
2Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Politics, University of Tadulako, Jl. Soekarno - Hatta km 9, Tondo - Palu 94118, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
The purpose of this study is to find out the Toraja ethnic migrants in Palu in a socio-economic and cultural perspective. This research is a descriptive exploratory study. The data analysis method used is the qualitative analysis method used to analyze social and cultural aspects and the quantitative analysis method with the logit method analyzes economic aspects in determining the commitment of Toraja migrants to stay in Palu City. The results showed that Torajan ethnic migrants existed in Palu City in the early 1960s, there were five variables that influenced the commitment of Toraja migrants to settle in Palu City namely (1) type of work, (2) income, (3) cultural burden, (4) the availability of information, (5) the level of education and the conclusion that the type of work, cultural burden and availability of information are significant at the five percent confidence level and the income and education level variables are significant at ten percent confidence level.
Keywords: Migration; socio-economic and culture; Logistic Regression; Logit Model
Int. J. Grad. Res. Rev.Vol-5, Issue-1: 95-100