The Influence of Cultural Environment and Husbands’ Support to the Success of Enterpreneurship Mediated by the Ability to Enterpreneurship and the Role of Government

Diah Lydianingtias, Djumilah Zain, Solimun ., Mintarti Rahayu


Cultural communities living in Papua province, especially society in Jayapura is dominantly have agricultural/farm and a pig husbandry. However, agricultural activities/field is not oriented on the market, but only oriented to the fulfillment of everyday family consumption, as a means to establish familiarity with relatives/other close family and to improve the social status in the society. Discussion of the direct influence of these variables, refer to the results of hypothesis testing of direct influence, namely: 1) the influence of the cultural environment on the ability of entrepreneurship, 2) the effect on the ability of husband's support to entrepreneurship, 3) the influence of the cultural environment of success, 4) the effect of husband's support to the success of, and 5) the impact of entrepreneurship skills for success.

Cultural environment significantly influence the ability and success of women traders indigenous entrepreneurship. Further support for the husband actually significant negative effect on entrepreneurial success, and do not significantly affect the increase in entrepreneurship skills. Negative effects occur because the husband support the wife operating results used for consumptive purposes (tobacco, areca nut, and liquor), which could result in domestic violence (Domestic Violence) if the husband demands were not met. Besides the ability to entrepreneurship as a mediating cultural environment significantly affect the success of women native entrepreneurs traders. Role of direct government is not to increase entrepreneurial success and also not able to act to strengthen the relationship between the environment and cultural moderation husband's support for entrepreneurial success. This study was able to prove originality integrated model of the relationship between the cultural environment of the indigenous women's business success is mediated by the ability of entrepreneurship.

Keywords:  Cultural Environment, Husbands’ Support, The role of government, Entrepreneurship and Business Success ability.

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