Analysis of Factors that Affecting the Activities of Anoa (Bubalus depresicornis and quarlesi) Hunting in Donggala District, Central Sulawesi

M. Irfan, Z. Fanani, M. N. Ihsan, B.A. Nugroho


Wildlife hunting activities, especially Anoa were still done by the community at Sibado Sirenja village, District Donggala District. This activity is conducted to determine the factors that cause the activity of Anoa hunting activities in the community level in increasing household income and food fulfillment. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to determine the factors that influence the occurrence of Anoa hunting activities. The research used descriptive verification method through Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis, data analysis was done with Partial Least Square and SmartPLS software. The result of analysis obtained by determinant coefficient (R2) variables that influence the development of Anoa is the rise of Anoa hunting (Y1) equal to 0623 with value of t-statistic 13,203 and preservation of Anoa (Y3) equal to 0,661 with t-statistic value 13.837 and regulation strategy Y2) 0.600 value of t-statistic value of 7,817. Latent variables that influence the hunt were economic (X1), health (X2) and social culture (X3). The value of R2 of Anoa hunting (Y1) of 0.623 indicates that the variable can be explained by economic variable (X1) with p-value 0.074 (74%), health with p-value 0.566 and social culture with p-value 0.033. Anoa preservation variable (Y3) can be explained by economic variable (X1) with p-value equal to 0.108, health (X2) p-value of 0.835 and socio-cultural variable (X3). While the variable of regulation strategy (Y2) can be explained by exogenous economic variable (X1) with p-value equal to 0.962, health variable (X2) with p-value equal to 0.835 and socio cultural variable (X3) with p-value 0.175.

Keyword: Community, Hunting Activity, Anoa

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