Siburian, Robert
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PERILAKU KERJA PENGRAJIN TENUN TRADISIONAL: KASUS DI DESA SILUNGKANG

Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 3, No.1 (2000)
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This article describes the behaviour of textile entreprises in Silungkang, West Sumatra. These textile entreprises have been developing for a long time and still exist up to present. The Silungkangs are famous among the Minangkabau ethnic group, but they do not have a cooperative spirit. They work individually, and are difficult to trust other people outside they. They would nOl receive any information from outside ,even it is for their own sake of business. This individualistic behaviour is called in Minangkabau 'galir'.

TAMAN NASIONAL KUTAI DAN PEREBUTAN SUMBERDAYA ALAM

Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 10, No 2 (2008)
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National Park has big resources. They could be used for economic development in a certain region. But that expectation couldn’t be carried out. National park functions are not only for economic development but also for keeping environmental balance, which is more important. Both functions have made conflict of interests between some stakeholders. Some of them want to use these resources in order to exploit them and ignore deforestation impact, while others want to preserve the national park to maintain its good condition for the future. This conflict of interests has been more intense since governmental decentralization system was overthrown. In this paper, the author would like to explain this phenomenon, especially by using the case of Kutai National Park. This paper is a result of a research conducted in July, 2006.

BETWEEN AGRICULTURE AND COAL MINING: A STUDY OF THE LAND GRABBING IN THE SUB-DISTRICT OF TENGGARONG SEBERANG

Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 17, No 2 (2015)
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Tenggarong Seberang subdistrict had been an agriculture area since the 1980s which was started when migrants were located there. The subdistrict had ever been a rice granary for Kutai Kartanegara Regency. To support the agricultural activity, the regency goverment developed a rice processing unit to increase the quality of rice from that place. However, while the coal mining activity around Tenggarong Seberang is increasing, at the same time the agricultural land has changed its function become a mining concession. Land grabbing has emerged between peasants who are consistant to work in agriculture and those who see the mining as an economic sector which will bring a more advance life. This paper attempts to understand how the peasants survive in their agricultural activity with all obstacles and from mining industry which continuously push to the agricultural areas. This paper is based on the research conducted in 2014. Keywords: agriculture, mining, competition, and political ecology

KEARIFAN LOKAL VERSUS KELESTARIAN MANGROVE: UPAYA MENJAGA KAWASAN PESISIR KABUPATEN BELITUNG DARI KERUSAKAN

Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 16, No 1 (2014)
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This paper aims to explain the local wisdom related to ecology of Belitung people. It has existed from generations to generations. There three forms of local wisdom related to ecology, namely dukun kampung, kelekak, and hutan larangan. Although they have that local wisdom, the forest area in Belitung remains damage. It indicates that the local wisdom has not been implemented into their life, particularly in relation to the environment where they live. However, the reality in the forest is not similar to the mangrove plants. Although the local wisdom does not orient to the sea, the mangrove plants is in a very good condition. Analysing that case, this paper focuses on the understanding of Belitung people on mangrove plant related to their local wisdom. Keywords: local wisdom, ecology, mangrove sustainability, coastal area, environmental damage

PULAU SEBATIK: KAWASAN PERBATASAN INDONESIA BERAROMA MALAYSIA

Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 14, No 1 (2012)
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This article is based on a field research conducted in September 2011. The island of Sebatik belongs to two countries: Indonesia and Malaysia. The southern part of Sebatik is owned Indonesia and the northern is owned by Malaysia. Sebatik island is located between Nunukan, the capital of Nunukan District in Indonesia and Tawau, the capital of Tawau District in Malaysia. Indonesia's Sebatik is not a business center but its population is growing rapidly. Most of the inhabitants are migrants who came from many places in Indonesia, mainly from South Sulawesi. As a place that is very close to Tawau, a business center in Sarawak, Malaysia, the dynamic of Indonesian Sebatik economy is very dependent on economic conditions in Tawau. Many goods that are consumed by Indonesian Sebatik inhabitants, such as canned food and and drinks, electronic goods, and gas are imported from Tawau, The products come into Sebatik under border trade agreement through an MOU signed by Indonesian and Malaysian governments in 1967. In addition, the use of the Malaysia ringgit currency as a means of transactions has made the economy in Indonesian Sebatik smelt Malaysia. This article seeks to explore the dynamics of economic conditions in Sebatik as a border area, its economic potentials, the use of dual money currency, and finally what will happen to Sebatik's economy without Tawau.