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The role of family members in increasing fishermens income (case study in Gorontalo Province)

. Arfiani Rizki Paramata, Lis M. Yapanto Department of Aquatic resource management,Faculty of Fishery and Marine Science, Gorontalo State University


This study aims to determine the contribution of fishermen housewives to family income in Gorontalo Regency. The type of research used in this study used a survey method with interview techniques using a questionnaire. The sampling technique in this study used the proportional sampling method where the researcher selected the respondents directly with the following conditions: The women must have a job and productive age. The total population of fishermen's wives in Kayubulan Village is 142 people and the research sample is 59 people according to statistical calculations using the slovin formula. The research was conducted from February to April 2020. Contribution of Housewives Fishermen are the contribution of women is 9.48%, husbands are 81.31% and other members are 9.21% so the total contribution of fishermen households is 100%.


Keywords: Contribution of women to fishermen's, family income,coastal communities, capture fishery,social life

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