Meisanti, Meisanti
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Strategi Nafkah Petani oleh Adanya Konversi Lahan Sawah ke Lahan Kelapa Sawit (Studi Kasus Desa Padangguni Utama Kecamatan Abuki Kabupaten Konawe) Saputra, Irpan Nuangsa; Rahmah, Nur Rahmah; Meisanti, Meisanti
Jurnal Ilmiah Membangun Desa dan Pertanian Vol 4, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Department of Agribusiness Halu Oleo University Kendari Southeast Sulawesi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (305.042 KB) | DOI: 10.33772/jimdp.v4i2.6647

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This research will be based in the background by the displacement of the rice field in Padangguni Utama Village Abuki District of Konawe Regency by conversion of rice field to palm oil field. Land conversion causes rice paddy farmers to lose some or all of their livelihoods so they have to use a variety of livelihoods strategy for surviving. The study was conducted from March to May 2017 at Padangguni Utama Village, Abuki District, Konawe District. This research uses the qualitative method with the number of key informants as much as 6 people determined by purposive and snowball. Data collection is done through the deep interview, field observation and supporting documentation data from the related institution. Data analysis was done descriptively by the triangulation method. The results found in this study indicate that land conversion occurs because farmers are attracted by large promises of compensation and promise of road improvements to be provided by the company. However, such promises are not realized as farmers hope while paddy farming land which is the main source of livelihood has been converted to oil palm. Farmers then pursued three livelihood strategies: engineering agricultural livelihoods by expanding arable land (Extensification), multiple livelihood patterns and spatial engineering.
Pola Hubungan Patron Klien Pada Komunintas Petani Rumput Laut di Desa Bungin Permai Kecamatan Tinanggea Kabupaten Konawe Selatan Badriadi, Badriadi; Fausayana, Ine; Meisanti, Meisanti
Jurnal Ilmiah Membangun Desa dan Pertanian Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Agribusiness Halu Oleo University Kendari Southeast Sulawesi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (78.603 KB) | DOI: 10.33772/jimdp.v3i2.7965

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This research aims to gain knownedge that whole and profound about the patterns of the patron-client relationships in the farming community of seaweed in the Bungin Permai Village using what became relations identifier of patron-client based on the theory of patron-client James C. Scott. This type of research is qualitative research using the postpositivisme paradigm. The methods used in this research is a method of triangulation analisys technique is done by comparing the information or data with different way. The technique of data collections was done through literature review, observation and in-depth interview with seaweed farming community in the village of Bungin Permai.  The results showed that the survival of the patron client relationship in Bungin Permai Village in the future between seaweed farmers with traders will continue or intertwined due to the deliberately constructed by both parties without any who feel harmed, although the patron client relationship it’s seen not balanced. Patron client relationship in the Bungin Permai Village is the protection relationship between both parties who need each other though in unequal levels such as the patron gives a debt to the client, to reply by clients by selling yields only to the patrons and in addition, the client is also willing to help patrons if patrons need of assistance. The loyalty relationship between patron with clients in Bungin Permai Village occurs because each of them is already cultivating a trusting nature and patrons also always provides convenience to its clients. In addition to the factor of mutual trust, wich form patron client relationship between farmers with traders in the Bungin Permai Village is a familial factors