Typology of Rural Agrarian Conflicts

Imam Mujahidin Fahmid


This study was conducted at the rural areas in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The rural agrarian conflict tended to escalated at various places in the worlds, including rural areas in the province of South Sulawesi.  The agrarian conflict whether its soft conflict or hard conflict, had been the triggered of greater social conflict, increased in social tension even prolonged insurgencies.  This study aimed at find the typology of rural agrarian conflicts; discover the actors who were involved in the conflicts also aimed in discovers the solution of the conflict based on the inputs of the related stakeholders.  This study was conducted in three stages: (1) Field trips to the agrarian conflict locations, to gather information.  At this stage, the research was done to collect information that related with the theme of the study, discussed with several informants and witnessed on the locations which are the disputed objects. (2) Conducted in-depth interview with people from the communities or government and Large Private Plantations. (3) Analyzed the results and finding and constructed and reconstructed them according to the theme of this study. This study found three typology of rural agrarian conflict: conflict that based on the causes of conflict, conflict that based on the actors who were involved in the conflicts, and conflict that based on the intensity of the conflict.

keyword: Typology, Agrarian Conflict, Rural Areas, Indonesia.

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