Involution Fisheries: Post-Study Model of National Program in Integrated Movement at Community Fishermen's Village Development Arungkeke, Jeneponto
AbstractIn order to achieve a just and prosperous society, the Government in 2007-2010 to implement the construction of the fishing communities disadvantaged, poor, isolated through the National Integrated Village Development Movement with the aim of promoting economic growth and alleviating poverty and improving the infrastructure improvements. The results showed an indication of the vulnerability and poverty can be clearly perceived by the community of Kampung Nelayan Arungkeke, in spite of the physical facts such as the infrastructure is still feasible, but in terms of the fulfillment of daily life for the family members of fishermen have not experienced a prosperous life. It is due, namely: (1) cultural poverty shows the traditions that are not effectively resulting into a consumerist society, there is no future orientation, and there is a paradigm many children a lot of sustenance resulting in continuously increasing population; (2) structural poverty characterized the colonial practices is the strong influence of capitalism, the gap in the sharing system, as well as the uneven distribution of income: (3) approach to social cultural transformation as the impetus to get out of the condition of involution.
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Azis, F., Idris, R., & Agustang, A. (2017). Involution Fisheries: Post-Study Model of National Program in Integrated Movement at Community Fishermen’s Village Development Arungkeke, Jeneponto. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 8(1), 441. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/9713
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