AMBOYO VILLAGE PEOPLE’S PERCEPTION OF THE RUBBER MIXTURE GARDEN AND PALM GARDEN, LANDAK REGENCY, WEST KALIMANTAN

. Yuliana, Emi Roslinda, H A Oramahi

Abstract


Land use into specific forms are expected to provide income and improve socio-economic conditions of the community. In the area of dry land with the majority of the increase in people's income one done with the intensification of land use by planting a variety of commodities, rubber and palm oil plantations of commodities is a very important role in Indonesia. Human beings play an important role for land use. Interpretation and knowledge society, urging economic, traditions, as well as information from outside will affect perceptions of how and for what land is treated, in this case the garden rubber mixture and palm groves. This research aims to know the public perception of South Amboyo Village against the rubber mixture and gardens of palm groves and know the relationships of each of the individual factors that influence public perception against the rubber garden mix and palm groves. In addition the study also examines the contributions of both types of gardens against the people's income.

Data collection was done through the study of literature and interviews with 62 respondents group representing farmers of rubber rubber farmers all at once, palm oil, and not farmers. Retrieval of respondents using the method of purposive sampling. This research was carried out with effective time for 4 weeks in field research, data analysis was done with likert scale measurement, chi-squared and rank spearman. Results the results of the analysis showed that the public perception of South Amboyo Village tended to being against the social aspects of economic, ecological, and socio-cultural mix rubber gardens and palm groves. Perception towards the garden of rubber mixture was influenced by old school, extensive land ownership, and income, whereas the perception against the palm groves are correlated with age. Seen in terms of the economy of rubber mixtures and gardens palm groves each contribute approximately 47% and 43% against the income of agricultural households.

Keywords : perception, rubber garden mixture, oil palm plantation.

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