Pola Penguasaan Tanah dan Distribusi Kesejahteraan Rumah Tangga di Pedesaan Jawa Timur

Versanudin Hekmatyar, F. Fentiny

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The objective of this study is to describe the pattern of land tenure and forms of livelihood diversification in rural area. By using qualitative approach, data was collected and presented descriptively. The results are as follows, first, land is an important production factors as capital and labor. Land in Kedungprimpen village is still closely linked to the livelihoods of its inhabitants. High level of dependence of the population on agricultural land is also closely related to the local community's view that underlies the social differentiation of the rich, ample and poor. Second, this fact further encourages households to deal with the crisis, undertake series of livelihood activities to meet their basic needs. The selection of diversified forms of livelihood is mainly based on rational reasons related to the types of resources that can be optimized. Generally, livelihood diversification in Kedungprimpen Village is on agricultural and non-agricultural sectors. Agricultural sector includes land cultivation, sharecrop, rent, mortgage, and labor system. Non-agricultural sector includes trade, handicrafts production, stockbreeding, and carpentry.
Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)39-52
JournalJurnal Agaria dan Pertanahan
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2018


  • Pattern of land tenure
  • Land tenure
  • Land diversification
  • Peasant

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