The Conflict Of “SAD” With Plantation Company And Its Implication: A Study In 5 Villages In The Muara Jambi Regence

Taqwa, Ridhah (2018) The Conflict Of “SAD” With Plantation Company And Its Implication: A Study In 5 Villages In The Muara Jambi Regence. In: Open society conference, social and political challenges in industrial revolution 4.0 (BNBB), 15 November 2018, UTCC.

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Abstract

The purpose of this research was to explain Suku Anak Dalam (SAD) conflict with plantation companies by involving NGOs and local elites. This conflict of natural resources has implications for the loss of SAD livelihoods, which has led to social inequality between SAD and the community of migrant workers and plantation company workers. The research was used ethnography method, focusing on community’s effort in organizing its social, economy,politics and cultural livelihood, and apply such pattern culture in the inhabitants’ daily lives. Data analysis was conducted through interactive approach combined with participative analysis technique. With this approach,the result of data collection during the research is analyzed interpretatively. The results of these studied were: the most crucial conflit issue is land dispute between SAD community with the company, specifically in Tanjung Lebar, and Bukit Makmur villages. Both villages have plan and organized the occupation of company’s property and have been given permission by the government and security. There is the tendency that SAD as an ethnic identity have been ‘sold’ by the village elites and SAD’s own public figure, be it to maintain the relationship with the government and the company. The involvement of groups of interests (NGOs) assisting SAD in the conflict against the company. SAD conflict has involved numerous of people, including local transmigrants,and it doesn’t seem to stop since uncontrolled land occupation will not solve any problem. There is the tendency that the government has difficulties in abridging the conflict and to look for solutions.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information (ID): ocs-2018-27.pdf
Uncontrolled Keywords: Conflict, local government, plantation companies, local elite,social inequality
Subjects: 300 Social Science > 300-309 Sociology and Anthropology (Sosiologi dan Antropologi) > 303.6 Conflict Social (Konflik Sosial)
300 Social Science > 320-329 Political and Government Science (Ilmu Politik dan Pemerintahan) > 320.8 Local Government (Pemerintahan Lokal)
Divisions: Prosiding Seminar > Seminar Nasional FHISIP-UT 2018
Depositing User: AD Administrator
Date Deposited: 11 Feb 2019 08:19
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2019 07:32
URI: http://repository.ut.ac.id/id/eprint/7979

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