SUGIHARDJO, and LESTARI, ENY and WIBOWO, AGUNG (2012) STRATEGI BERTAHAN DAN STRATEGI ADAPTASI PETANI SAMIN TERHADAP DUNIA LUAR (Petani Samin Di Kaki Pegunungan Kendeng Di Sukolilo Kabupaten Pati). SEPA : Vol. 8 No. 2. ISSN 1829-9946

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    Poor peasants who are very sensitive in economic domain, decreasing and harvest failure will cause againts to hold in livelihood. Subsisten morality and safety of peasants to yield risk and decrease probability of harvest. It is not maximize profit oriented. In that context, peasant have rejected market economic which were maximal profit oriented. Basically, rural community have to much local knowledge or local wisdom that are key to recognise socio cultural of community. This study in the first aimed: (1) to discribe how holding strategy of Samin community to face outsider; (2) to describe how adaptation strategy of Samin vcommunity for change. This study focused on Samin community in Sukolili Subdistrict, Pati District. It is local people with the principal activity of the main source of income as a farmer. This region was chosen as the location and the object of this study is based on the consideration: (1) communities in the region still upholds the values of Samin Culture, (2) the geographical area is an agricultural region in the vicinity of the forest, a very important role in preservation of the environment, (3) historically this area save a lot of oral tradition manifested in attitudes and behavior of traditional and local knowledge is very influential in the formation of future generations cognition. The study applied a qualitative method based on single case study. The method of analysis employed was single case analysis. The process of analysis followed a full interactive model of analysis, which comprised of data reduction, data display, and verification. Actually, there are two debate to recognise response of Samin community to face outsider at this moment. The first, Samin community refuse market which are profit oriented. The second, Samin community farm with subsistance which only to fulfill need. There are things, or perhaps a paradox that is difficult to understand when the researchers conducted interviews and observations in the field who might be said to be the indicators to help analyse two of the mainstream. First, Samin community on the one hand seen alive within the limitations, but they do not want to be given assistance. Second, Samin community is very weak in accessing natural resources around them but they are very concerned about the existence of mountains Kendeng. Third, Samin community still did cultivation food crops as manifestation of agriculture traditional system which only to provide for Sikep family, but they are also eroded by modernization with the use of tractors, fertilizer purchases from outside.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
    Divisions: Fakultas Pertanian
    Depositing User: Dyah Pratiwi
    Date Deposited: 20 Apr 2014 18:06
    Last Modified: 20 Apr 2014 18:06

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