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Judul :
The Socio-Political Factors Beyond The Development Of Popular Settlement In Indonesia
Pengarang : B. Setiawan1
Jurnal : Media Teknik 2000, XXII(1)
Tahun : 2000
Summary / Kata Kunci : This study highlights several socio-political backgrounds beyond the process by which popular settlements have been developed and consolidated along the Code River in Yogyakarta. It shows that, in general, the community enjoy some forms of autonomy over the resources in settlement formation and consolidation. Four case studies described in this study show the potentials of the local community groups (RT and RW) to determine the development process of settlement development: However, local autonomy itself is not enough) guarantee the success of settlement development. This study suggests that efforts toward strengthening the internal capacity of community and increasing the ability of its leaders to develop linkages or relations with the external agencies are much more important in community development rather than mainly providing the settlement with material supports.
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