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THE IMPLICATION OF SPATIAL ECOLOGY DEPENDENCE ON SPATIAL ARRANGEMENT IN BOUNDARY AREA Taena, Werenfridus; Kolopaking, Lala Mulyowibowo; Barus, Baba; Boer, Rizaldi; Juanda, Bambang
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 24 No. 1 (2018)
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB University)

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Land use changes in upstream cause flooding in the middle and downstreams so that appropriate spatial planning is required. The study aims to (1) analyze the forest management in ecologycal region percpective community, unilateral and bilateral on the boundary areas of Indonesia and Timor Leste, (2) analyze dependence of spatial-ecology with income farmers, and (3) analyze descriptively the spatial planning of border regions. The data used were secondary and primary data which were obtained from Indonesia and Timor Leste. Primary data sampling technique using multistage sampling, namely cluster sampling for the sample village representing the upstream, middle, and downstream of the watershed; while the sample of farmers using purposive sampling. The analysis used was descriptive analyisis which was used to analyze management of forest in ecologycal region on boundary area. Then, the spatial durbin model was used to analyze the dependence effect of spatial-ecology on farmer income in transboundary watershed. The spatial durbin model showed that farmers? income in the downstream of transboundary watershed will be reduced because patterns of farming on upperstream transboundary watershed tends to be exploitative. This implication required administrative and spatial ecology perspective in boundary spatial planning.  
AN INSTITUTIONAL MODEL OF TRANSBOUNDARY WATERSHED MANAGEMENT TOWARD SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Taena, Werenfridus; Kolopaking, Lala Mulyowibowo; Juanda, Bambang; Barus, Baba; Boer, Rizaldi
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 22 No. 1 (2016)
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The objective of this study were to evaluate the institutional of watershed management in border area of Indonesia and Timor-Leste, and to design a model of transboundary watershed management institution for Indonesia and Timor-Leste.  Weighting of internal and external factors method was used to evaluate the institutional transboundary watershed management, while analytical hierarchy process was used to compute the institutional model of transboundary watershed management. The internal factors consists of: the commitment of the stakeholder in watershed management, development priorities at border area, the limited institutional cooperation, the land use changes. The external factors  are: international environmental agenda on development country, international conferences that supported the countries collaboration toward sustainable development achievement, supporting culture in forest and water resources protection, slash and burn cultivation activities, conflicts, lack of ecological. The result showed that weighting of  internal and external factors on quadrant III is alternaltive institutional model of transboundary watershed management.  The priority alternatives institutional model and also road map for sustainable development are collaboration agreement of transboundary management, transboundary watershed forum, and autonomous transboundary watershed management. The alternatives institutional has relation with the development phase, condition of local community and environment.
JEJARING SOSIAL DAN RESOLUSI KONFLIK MASYARAKAT DI PEDESAAN (KASUS DI PULAU SAPARUA PROVINSI MALUKU) Kolopaking, Lala Mulyowibowo; Lubis, Djuara Pangihutan; Pattiselanno, August Ernest
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 3 (2007): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
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Social networking and conflict understanding in rural community is the important step in finding strategy of conflict resolution. Through qualitative research technique, it is known that there is a relation between the flow of people who were going out-in Saparua Island to fill their needs, change into flow and networking of people who were coming home to rural areas which create conflict. All villages, so called negeri, which are known by Saparua Island community, get the impact of social networking which creates conflict. Social conflict which first based on agrarian problem then developed and added with the impact of religion and politic problem, just like conflict source in Ambon Island. Although, in the next development kinship and adat relation are taking important role in taking care of community rules. The strategy needs to be followed by establishment of natural resources and land property rights existence of society. Without this step, rural community in Saparua Island still has conflict potential. Process of this step needs to be done equal with adat relation development in Latupati Association level. With that step, rural community of this island will have social institution as a forum to have root communication. An institution which can be potency of society prevents sustainable and  long  reconflict.   Keywords: Social Networking, Conflict Resolution, Conflict in Rural Area, Saparua
PESANTREN’S SOCIAL INNOVATION IN DRIVING AGRICULTURE AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN VILLAGE Amongjati, Sri Anom; Kolopaking, Lala Mulyowibowo; Saharuddin, Saharuddin
Sodality: Jurnal Sosiologi Pedesaan Vol. 7 No. 2 (2019)
Publisher : Departement of Communication and Community Development Sciences, Faculty of Human Ecology

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Pesantren are educational institutions that have strong social ties in local communities and some of them implement entrepreneurial activities in the agricultural sector. Therefore Pesantren have a big capacity as an agricultural movers and produce social innovation with the rural community. In the process of social change in the village, pesantren have the capacity in producing agents of change that encourage social innovation in the agricultural sector. This study aims to analyze the capacity of pesantren as an agricultural movers and create a new agricultural innovators in the process of social change in the village. The results of this study indicate that in the process of social change in the village, pesantren can accelerate social change in the village through the activities of social innovation in agriculture. In addition, the process of education activity by pesantren is able to create an graduate who are also new innovators in the community. In conclusion, pesantren are able to become agricultural movers and creator rural agents of change.
THE SYNERGY OF VILLAGE DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACTIVITIES Kolopaking, Lala Mulyowibowo; Septianto, Marzuqo; Ambarita, Ervan
Sodality: Jurnal Sosiologi Pedesaan Vol. 7 No. 2 (2019)
Publisher : Departement of Communication and Community Development Sciences, Faculty of Human Ecology

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Improvement the standard of living for villagers is increasingly open with the existence of UU No. 6 tahun 2014 concerning villages government. Various multistakeholders can strengthen village-based development mechanisms in synergy. The aim of this study is to analyze the synergy of the Corporate Social Responsibility management system with the management of a developing village by Indonesia Power PLTP Kamojang Branch Gunung Salak Ltd. This research is a policy research with a sequential mixed model design. Data were collected in the form of qualitative and quantitative data with methods of observation, interviews,and focused discussions. The results of the study show that Indonesia Power PLTP Kamojang Branch Gunung Salak Ltd and multistakeholders have succeeded in forming relations between different actors to improve village development. As for interacting with groups of people who are vulnerable to problems with their livelihood systems, corporate social responsibility mechanisms are improved based on the aspirations of the people who collaborate with multistakeholders from the planning stage to evaluating at the village to district level. Through this management mechanism assistance to the community can be done inclusive so that assistance can be recorded and measurable benefits.
FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY AND STRENGTHENING WOMEN'S BUSINESS IN DIGITAL ERA: A DIGITAL SOCIOLOGY PERSPECTIVE OVERVIEW (CASE STUDY OF WOMEN GROUP PARTNERS IN THE P2P LENDING PLATFORM IN BABAKAN VILLAGE, CISEENG DISTRICT, BOGOR REGENCY) Damayanti, Elia; Kolopaking, Lala Mulyowibowo; Sjaf, Sofyan
Sodality: Jurnal Sosiologi Pedesaan Vol. 7 No. 2 (2019)
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This study aimed to analyze women who used fintech specialy P2P Lending. Basically, P2P loans provided convenience for women both in providing capital assistance and business development. After all, in reality fintech didn?t have an impact on the development of women's businesses in various countries. The purpose of this study was to identified why fintech didn?t have an impact on the the development of women's business in rural areas. This study was conducted used quantitative methods supported by qualitative data analyze. This study was conducted in Ciseeng District, Bogor Regency, West Java. The results of the study showed that women in Babakan village can?t used technology well, men control family decision-making in majority, business ownership wasn?t a self-owned business;  hungers for money with consumptive culture in loan group. Members have more than one loan, startups are only providers of capital that are not accompanied by training, guidance and business consulting.