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The Impact of Land Conflict on Darmakradenan Toward Social, Economic, and Politic Vulnerability in The Life of Farmers ‘Community
Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Purwokerto
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This research is aimed to examine the impact of the Darmakradenan land conflict on the vulnerability of the social, economic and political life of the local farming community. This research is essential because the Darmakradenan conflict has been going on for around 20 years and all the conflict resolution efforts undertaken have not achieved results. This research is qualitative research that selects informants with a purposive method, including farmers, village heads and village officials, management of the farmer group Stan Ampera, plantation managers, community leaders and so on. The results of this research indicated that the two decades of Darmakradenan land conflict had an impact on the vulnerability of social, economic and political life, such as a lack of harmony between farmer groups, loss of livelihoods, tensions between farmer groups and village government, illegal acts, citizens easily ignited to act anarchist and so on. Such conditions have implications for the importance of considering social, economic and political vulnerabilities in developing efforts for real land conflict resolution.
Key words: social / economic / political vulnerability / land conflict
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