ANALISIS PENDAPATAN RUMAH TANGGA PETANI DESA HUTAN DAN KETERGANTUNGANNYA TERHADAP SUMBERDAYA HUTAN DI WILAYAH KESATUAN PEMANGKUAN HUTAN (KPH) KEDU UTARA

SUNARTO, SUNARTO and Sugiyanto, FX and POERWONO, Dwisetia (2012) ANALISIS PENDAPATAN RUMAH TANGGA PETANI DESA HUTAN DAN KETERGANTUNGANNYA TERHADAP SUMBERDAYA HUTAN DI WILAYAH KESATUAN PEMANGKUAN HUTAN (KPH) KEDU UTARA. PhD thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.

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Abstract

Forests and rural communities are ecosystems which are embedded one another. Forest resources generate job and income opportunities. The available resources in the forest benefit surrounding communities. However, the activities over the resources of forest are seemingly closed to over exploitation. These result to either direct or indirect impact on land degradation bringing impediments to society. The objectives of this study are; (1) to identify the probability of paid work options and to describe their influencing factors, (2) to analyze and measure variables affecting the income of the household of the farmers, and (3) to analyze and measure variables that affect the farmers’ dependence over forest resources. The object of the study is farmer, as the unit of analysis, who is working in the forest areas owned by KPH of North Kedu. To assess the hypothesis, this research employs Logit Model and Ordinary Least Square (OLS) by using multiple and partial regression. The sampling methods is purpossif proportional multistage area random sampling. This result indicates that the physical capacity variables affecting the decision for working in the forest. Meanwhile, the reward and risk variables are not considerable factors. The other influencing reasons in the decision making process to work in the forest is the age of the head of the family, working time which is spent in the forest, the width of the areas, and values of the assets. Meanwhile, the other variables such as the level of education of the head of the family, the numbers of working family members, time which is spent outside the forest, and social capital, do not significantly affect the decision. Generally, most variable play significant roles in affecting the decision to work in the forest. Meanwhile, the dependence of the farmers over the forest is spatially influenced by the income from non-forest work, the land-owned width, household’s head education, number of dependents, and access to the forest, and access to the forest. However, the variable of asset values do not essentially play important role in the process of decision. A new finding in the research is the occurence of the income inequality among the farmers located in the sub-sample area. It is driven by the inequality of the width of the land as a result of sale and lease of the right to the land in the forest, the conflicts happens through the years, and the disobedience of the farmers over the working period in the forest areas.

Item Type:Thesis (PhD)
Subjects:H Social Sciences > HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
Divisions:School of Postgraduate (mixed) > Doctor Program in Economics
ID Code:63498
Deposited By:Mr Endhar Priyo Utomo
Deposited On:13 Aug 2018 11:10
Last Modified:13 Aug 2018 11:10

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