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BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan
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Bhumi is published twice a year in May and November. Bhumi focuses on the publication of articles result of researchs and book reviews that transcend disciplines, curiously on agrarian and land studies: geodesy, social, humaniora, history, economy, and law.
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REFORMA AGRARIA: MOMENTUM KEADILAN DAN KESEJAHTERAAN Aprianto, Tri Chandra
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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At least there were two types of political events at the time of the implementation of agrarian reform in Indonesia,in both the process and practice. However, both events were not adequately used. As a result, the justice and welfare for poorIndonesian farmers were not yet fulfilled. The opportunity should be gained in order to implement the agrarian reform by theauthoritative actor assisted by an institution various social sheltering social forces.Key words: agrarian reform, political momentum, agrarian justice
LEGITIMASI IDENTITAS ADAT DALAM DINAMIKA POLITIK AGRARIA (STUDI KASUS LEMBAGA SWAPRAJA DI YOGYAKARTA) Antoro, Kus Sri
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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Post New Order era is marked by the rise of movements that, claiming on the behalf of the indigenous people,attempt to take over the indigenous rights related to agrarian resources, including the feudalistic self-governing institution(swapraja) in Yogyakarta. That the status and rights of both indigenous community (Adat) and self-governing institution have beenstrictly distinguished by agrarian laws, it does not mean that the laws fully operate in social domain. In reality, the existence ofthe dualistic agrarian politics is recognized although it finds no room for legal certainty. By tracing and comparing between officialhistorical sources, this article is critically reviewing the issue of the dynamics on indigenous community positioning in agrarianpolitics in the former self-governing region of Yogyakarta, as well as further consequences of the implementation of agrarianspecial authority following the issuance of Law Number 13 of 2012.Keywords: indigenous community, self-governing institution, agrarian resources.
REFORMA AGRARIA: MOMENTUM KEADILAN DAN KESEJAHTERAAN Aprianto, Tri Chandra
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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At least there were two types of political events at the time of the implementation of agrarian reform in Indonesia,in both the process and practice. However, both events were not adequately used. As a result, the justice and welfare for poorIndonesian farmers were not yet fulfilled. The opportunity should be gained in order to implement the agrarian reform by theauthoritative actor assisted by an institution various social sheltering social forces.Key words: agrarian reform, political momentum, agrarian justice
DARI COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION KE STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATION: MENEMUKAN PERSPEKTIF BARU DALAM PENGEMBANGAN MASYARAKAT Pujiriyani, Dwi Wulan
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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Pengembangan masyarakat’ merupakan temayang disoroti oleh penulis buku ini yang secaratidak langsung menegaskan kembali bahwaupaya pengintegrasian masyarakat sebagaikomponen yang utuh dalam sebuah sistempembangunan bukanlah sebuah proses yang bisasekali jadi. Proses pengembangan masyarakatadalah proses yang panjang dan terus menerusdiperbarui baik dalam tataran konseptualmaupun praksisnya. Tidak ada atau belum adaformat baku yang bisa dikatakan benar-benarideal untuk bisa menjawab persoalan pengintegrasianmasyarakat yang menjadi bagian darimereka yang seringkali dimarjinalkan oleh sebuahdesain atau sistem yang disebut dengan ‘pembangunan’.Ife (2008:xiii) mengingatkan kembalibahwa pengembangan masyarakat adalah bagiandari upaya pemenuhan prasyarat mendasar dalamperadaban manusia yaitu kebutuhan manusiauntuk dapat hidup secara harmonis denganlingkungannya serta kebutuhan manusia untukdapat hidup harmonis dengan sesama manusia.1Kedua hal ini merupakan esensi dari capaian danmanfaat masyarakat modern. Namun tidak bisadipungkiri bahwa kondisi yang nyata terjadi adalahketidaksanggupan orde dominan untukmemenuhi kebutuhan-kebutuhan ini. Padaakhirnya yang terlihat adalah ketidakstabilanyang meningkat secara ekologis, ekonomis,politik, sosial dan kultural. Dalam konteks inilah,kebutuhan akan cara-cara alternatif untukmelakukan berbagai hal menjadi semakinpenting. Telah terdapat peningkatan minat dalampembangunan pada tingkat komunitas karenaberpotensi memberikan suatu basiss yang lebihdapat hidup dan berkelanjutan untuk memenuhikebutuhan manusia dan untuk berinteraksidengan lingkungan. ‘Pengembangan masyarakat’mewakili suatu visis dari bagaimana berbagaihal dapat diorganisasi secara lain, sehinggakeberlanjutan ekologis dan keadilan sosial yangsejati yang tampaknya tidak dapat tercapai padatingkat-tingkat global atau nasional, dapat diwujudkandalam pengalaman komunitas manusia.Fredian, penulis buku ini adalah seorangsosiolog yang jika ditelusuri latarbelakangpendidikan akademisnya memiliki ketertarikanpada bidang sosiologi pedesaan dan studi-studipembangunan sosial. ‘Pengembangan masyarakat’adalah tema yang diangkat dalam buku iniuntuk menghadirkan proses-proses pengembanganmasyarakat yang diharapkan dari sisiakademis dapat memberikan pemahaman untukbisa membangun, mengembangkan dan mengkritisikonsep-konsep dan kerangka teoritispengembangan masyarakat.
MEMBACA KARAKTERISTIK DAN PETA GERAKAN AGRARIA INDONESIA
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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In the beginning of the 21st century, agrarian movements in Indonesia began to rise and found its identity. The implementationof the Basic Agrarian Law (UUPA) has taken the dreams of the socialist and populist on their struggle for “a country gooddeed”. UUPA firmly revised the Colonial Policy in Indonesian agrarian matters. Unfortunately, UUPA was buried by Suharto andreplaced by the Forestry Law 1967 as a way of “new tenuring system” on agrarian resources. Afterward, the New Order conductedcentralization and build bases of inequalities for the mastery of Indonesian agrarian structure. As a result, resistance of farmers,students, NGOs, and other groups emerged with a main issue to fight against the repressive policies of the New Order in theAgricultural field. After 1998, regime changes occurred over the history of the reversal of previous events, reclaiming occurrednearly throughout Indonesia. The character of the movement has changed. Farmers, NGOs, student and Scholar-Activist weredirectly involved in advocacies and movements. History tells that agrarian movements have extended through bureaucracies andpolitics (penetration policy and legislation) and the struggle in the Constitutional Court. This paper described a map of the New-Order-agrarian-regime reform and the reformation of the emerged movement characteristics by depicted some actors on the field.This paper used a comparison approach between movements during the new order regime and post-reformation era.Key words: movement characteristic, struggle, agrarian movement, New Order, Reformation.
KRITIK ATAS PENANGANAN KONFLIK AGRARIA DI INDONESIA Mulyani, Lilis
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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The occurance of agrarian conflict in Indonesia, which are increasing in term of numbers and intensity, showed thatthere is a chronic and systemic problem in Indonesia’s agrarian resource management. This article is re-written based on aresearch conducted through desk research, workshops and series of Focus Groups Discussions to understand the roots andmechanisms of agrarian conflict resolution in some institutions. Among the results are that the increased numbers of newconflicts, and the long-recurrent conflict indicates that the roots of agrarian conflict has not been resolved yet. Meanwhile, thelocal, national and global dynamics have shown a phenomena that potentially leads to other agrarian conflicts. Pressures fromthese dynamics certainly need to be responded by adequate measures and efforts.Keywords: agrarian conflict, conflict resolution
KONSISTENSI KEBIJAKAN KANTOR PERTANAHAN DALAM MENSEJAHTERAKAN PETANI MISKIN Budhiawan, Haryo
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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To make poor inhabitants obtain welfare is a joint effort of various institutions together with the poor themselves.The task will fail if the interanalisation of interest does not exist. The poor farmers’ welfare is not only the interest of the farmersthemselves but should also be the interest of the land office. This will result if the land office is consistent in empowering thefarmers. What kind of consistency does the land office own at present? The reply can be obtain through a qualitative rationalisticresearch. All of the answers were done through interniews of the informants and library study. The forms of consistency of theland office were defending the opinions, seeking for the funds, and persuading people..The forms of consistency found in villagegovernment the efforts of the village head on preserving the environment. For the poor, the consistency they wanted was thattheir certificates of land ownership to be used as an asset for their future business.Key words: consistency, policy, farmers’ welfare
BELAJAR DARI CILACAP: KEBIJAKAN REFORMA AGRARIA ATAU REDISTRIBUSI TANAH
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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The Agrarian Reform or The Program of National Renewal Reform on Agrarian Affairs was carried out in 2007. Bythe implementation of the program, the agrarian structure which used to be unbalanced was expected to be balanced and just.By the new structure it was hoped that the poverty in villages and problems of peasants’ welfares could be overcome. However,the implementation of the policy was still considered as not fulfilling the people’s hopes. The research was aimed at describingthe agrarian reform using the site approach. This resulted on the failure of the new agrarian structure and superficially orientedon solving the conflicts.Key words: agrarian reform, policy implementation
PERKEMBANGAN PERATURAN MENGENAI REDISTRIBUSI TANAH DALAM RANGKA REFORMA AGRARIA DI KABUPATEN BOYOLALI Mujiati, Mujiati; Aisiyah, Nuraini
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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Land Redistribution is one of the efforts to reduce the inequality of land tenure and ownership, especially for tenantsand small farmers. The regulations stipulated in the Government Regulation No. 224, the year 1961 related to the objects ofredistribution must be suited to the reality of development in which the land is no longer available. This needs the guidelinesto implement. In 2013. the Directorate of Land Reform of the BPN RI issued guidelines of land redistribution which was in linewith the similar government regulations. In Musuk subdistrict, Boyolali Regency, the implementation of land redistributionsuited the technical operation of 2013. Those having the right to receive were elligible as required in Article 8 and 9 of theGovernment Regulation No. 224 of 1961. In order to optimize the production and income of the land beneficiaries, the landreceivers need to form an as a breakthrough for land/access to obtain the capital.Keywords : Land Redistribution, object and subject of redistribution.
PERTARUNGAN AKTOR DALAM KONFLIK PENGUASAAN TANAH DAN PENAMBANGAN PASIR BESI DI URUT SEWU KEBUMEN
BHUMI: Jurnal Agraria dan Pertanahan No 39 (2014): BHUMI
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This paper discusses the political ecology conflict in Urut Sewu between various actors. The conflict was caused byiron sand mining in Mirit subdistrict, Kebumen regency. The conflict started from a claim of the land along the southern coastof Kebumen, covering Buluspesantren, Ambal and Mirit subdistricts, was admitted as belonging to armed forces. This claimscontinued due to the issuance of license on iron sand mining to a company involving military elites. In the conflict, there wasa change of problem that was the refusal the military exercises. The results showed that the existing conflict was caused by theinterests of managing the natural resources. The conflict was created by elites in order to gain personal benefits by marginalizingthe local communities who were highly dependent on the ecology. There were struggles among the state actor, localcommunities, company and NGO.Key Words: political ecology conflict, elite politic, military, local politic, power

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