Dampak Abrasi Pantai terhadap Lingkungan Sosial (Studi Kasus di Desa Bedono, Sayung Demak

Kurnia Damaywanti, - (2013) Dampak Abrasi Pantai terhadap Lingkungan Sosial (Studi Kasus di Desa Bedono, Sayung Demak. In: Seminar nasional Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan "Optimasi Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan dalam Mewujudkan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan", 27 Agustus 2013, Ruang Seminar Prof.Ir. Soemarman Lt.6 Gedung A Pascasarjana Undip.


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ABSTRACT Abrasion along the northern coast Java Sea (pantura) is getting worse, especially abrasion in Demak beach. Over the last seven years, the trend of abrasion in the Java Sea coast, around Demak area become increase. In 2002 the Environmental Impact Management Agency (BAPEDAL) Central Java recorded 145.50 hectares in Demak eroded beach erosion. This damage of the beach was getting worse until five times in 2005, reaching 758.30 hectares. This study purposes to identify and assess the impact of the social environment abrasion that occurred in Bedono village. This study is using descriptive qualitative research approach by considering the opinions, thoughts, perceptions and interpretations of the competent authorities related to the problems examined. Snowball sampling is used as a technique to collect the data. The informants are someone who can give the information needed. Most of the informants were informants who lived or had lived in the study sites and were directly affected by abrasion. The results showed that 1. Population dynamics from year to year since the abrasion tend to decrease. It is because of the movements of people due to the loss or destruction of their residential land which has become the sea (permanently flooded) 2. The socioeconomic communities who originally worked in the agricultural sector (agriculture, aquaculture) experienced a change, both in their livelihood and in their earn 3. Their culture is a Javanese religious culture that will be retained, although some of them are lost due to the separation of the village by the sea because of the abrasion. 4. People who live there still want to remain living there although the intensity of residential sustainability abrasion is not recommended. Keywords: Abrasion, Social Impact

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects:G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GC Oceanography
Divisions:School of Postgraduate (mixed) > Master Program in Environmental Science
ID Code:40689
Deposited By:ms Hastomo Agus
Deposited On:26 Nov 2013 09:15
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