The purpose of this paper is to understand the social dynamics of households in a particular community in surviving environmental changes caused by sedimentation process. The data is generated through qualitative research, with the data collected through inter-views and participant observation. The findings of this study that household as the smallest social unit after the individual self has the flexibility to adapt to the perceived change. The massive sedimenta-tion process in Segara Anakan region has produced responses in social networks and social dynamics among the households of the communi-ty in the social security system based on the livelihoods. The social networks that exist among them have become the basis of the emer-gence of the community resilience for Segara Anakan community to be able to survive from time to time. The conclusion is that households can eventually become the basis of social power from time to time as a community strives to rise from various pressures and change, and that the households as the basis of the community resili-ence can be an entry point for the establishment of community em-powerment programs.
|Journal||Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2018|