Prof. Dr. Wasino, M.Hum, Wasino and Endah Sri, Hartatik Peasant economy under the plantation capitalism (the study of peasant agricultural plantation in Java at the nineteenth to the beginning of Twentieth Century). Man In India International Journal of Anthropology. Vol. 97 No.5, 2017. .
Western Capitalism in Java was firstly introduced since 17th Century when Dutch East India Company (VOC) monopolized trading network in Indonesia archipelago. After the VOC insolvent, the economic activities was directly controlled by the Dutch Colonial State, especially since 1830 when the Cultivation System was introduced. After 18970, the situation was changed, the Netherland India officially started Liberal Colonialpolicy that made Western Private Capitalism in deeply influenced in Economic life in Java.The western private enterprises operated in Java on plantation enterprise, especially sugar industry until the early of Indonesian Independence. At that time the crop areas belonging to farmers in Java coincided with comercial plant areas which were developed by the plantation capilatlists. Most sugar cane plantations in Java were run and belonged to the western businessmen, especially Dutch and the minority was belonged tp the local businessmen, especially the sugar cane plantation belonging by indigenous people and Chinese. The establishment of Western Capitalism made impacts to the peasant economy in Java. This article analyze of the existence of peasant plantation and food consumption of Javanese people in Java at the nineteen century . Keywords: Cultivatiaon system, Private capitalism, Plantation, Java, liberal colonial politics, indigenous, peasant life.
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