PENYESUAIAN DIRI MIGRAN SIRKULER ASAL JAWA DI KECAMATAN KUTA SELATAN-BALI
This study aims to describe the self-adjustment circular migrants from java in South Kuta in the economic, social, and physical environment of residence dimensions. The analysis was done by descriptive statistic technique, reinforced by different test technique. The results showed that; (1) Migrants' self-adjustment in the economic dimension has not yet appeared and shows a vague pattern. Recent migrants have adapted, while older migrants have not been able to adapt. (2) In the social dimension, the self-adjustment of circular migrants from java with increasingly lengthy residence in South Kuta is increasingly unsuccessful. Recent migrants, many of whom have a high studied, are less likely than previous migrants with a lower average of education. (3) In the physical environment of residence dimensions, the self-adjustment of the circular migrants from Java with increasing length of stay in South Kuta is increasingly successful, resembling the conditions of the local population.