Society 2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00 Herdiyanti, S.Sos., M.Si. Open Journal Systems <p><img class="responsive" src="/public/site/images/society/Banner_Society.jpg" alt="Banner" width="100%" height="auto"></p> <hr> <div style="text-align: justify;"> <p><img style="float: left; margin: 0 9px 3px 0;" src="/public/site/images/society/Cover_Society_FISIP_UBB.jpg" alt="cover society" width="155" height="213"><strong>Society</strong>, (abbreviated key-title: Society (Bangka. Online)), with registered number <a title="ISSN 2338-6932" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>ISSN 2338-6932</strong></a> (Print) and <a title="ISSN 2597-4874" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>ISSN 2597-4874</strong></a> (Online), is an open-access and peer-reviewed journal, published two times a year (June and December) by the Social Engineering Laboratory, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Bangka Belitung. Our main goal is to spread the latest and original articles from researchers and practitioners in various social sciences, society, culture, and political issues. Society is intended to be the journal for publishing articles reporting the results of research on various topics include, but not limited to, Sociology, Social Psychology, Social Work, Social Issues, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Political Science, Cultural Studies, Law and Society.<br><br>Society is accredited by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia, Decree No. 28/E/KPT/2019, rank 2 (Accredited B), valid until 2023. This journal collaborates with the <a title="Ikatan Sosiologi Indonesia" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Indonesian Sociological Association (Ikatan Sosiologi Indonesia (ISI))</strong>.</a></p> <p>This journal provides immediate open access to its content, on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.</p> <p>In order to improve the quality of Society towards an internationally reputed journal, Society will publish every article in two languages ​​(English and Indonesian). Articles received in Indonesian will be translated into English, and vice versa.</p> </div> <hr> <div style="text-align: center;"><strong>Library Catalog</strong></div> <p>&nbsp;</p> <div style="text-align: justify;"> <p>Society (online version) is available in Perpustakaan Nasional Republik Indonesia (National Library of the Republic of Indonesia) through Indonesia oneSearch by PERPUSNAS. Print edition of this journal is also part of the ASEAN Collection at Perpustakaan Negara Malaysia (National Library of Malaysia) in Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia and National Library of Australia catalog in Canberra - Australia.</p> <div style="text-align: center;"> <p><a title="Perpustakaan Nasional Republik Indonesia" href="[]=repoId:IOS6459" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img class="responsive" title="OneSearchID" src="/public/site/images/society/Indonesia_oneSearch_by_PERPUSNAS.jpg" alt="Perpusnas Logo" width="279" height="105"></a><a title="Perpustakaan Negara Malaysia" href=";fromLocationLink=false&amp;theme=PNM2" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="/public/site/images/society/Perpustakaan_Negara_Malaysia1.jpg" alt="PNM Logo" width="279" height="105"></a><a title="NLA Catalogue" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="/public/site/images/society/NLA_Catalog1.png" alt="NLA Logo" width="279" height="105"></a></p> </div> <hr> <div style="text-align: 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height="150"></a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> </div> <hr> <p><strong>Conference Information</strong></p> <br> <p><a title="ICoSTRD 2020" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img class="responsive" src="/public/site/images/society/Banner_ICoSTRD_2020.jpg" alt="Footer" width="100%" height="auto"></a></p> <hr></div> </div> Social Inequality among the Female Merchants of Ethnic Malay and Chinese 2020-04-06T07:47:38+00:00 Eraskaita Ginting Yusnaini Yusnaini <p>People in Jambi city assume that Pasar Hong Kong, a traditional market located in Jelutung sub-district, is “a Chinese market”, even some areas in the city of Jambi such as Jelutung, Koni, and Talang Banjar are dominated by the ethnic of Chinese. This research aims to explore how social inequality that occurs due to the advantages and disadvantages of an ethnic group so that it can affect individual attitudes that damage social capital. This research uses a case study approach with in-depth interviews and literature study as data collection techniques. The subjects of this study were ethnic Malay and Chinese female merchants in Pasar Hong Kong, Jambi city, Indonesia. This research found that social inequalities that occur among the female merchants of ethnic Malay and Chinese in Pasar Hongkong occur naturally, where both merchants and buyers have a high tolerance when interacting. Although sometimes there are differences in attitude when the merchants serve different ethnic buyers. The involvement of traditional leaders in managing social inequalities is very important due to the lack of assimilation among ethnic Malay and Chinese.</p> 2020-03-13T07:25:59+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Conflict Resolution in Coastal Resource Utilization among Fishermen and Unconventional Tin Miners 2020-04-06T07:47:37+00:00 Endang Bidayani Kurniawan Kurniawan <p>Coastal as an open-access resource has the potential to cause conflict with spatial use. This research aims to analyze the conflict in the utilization of coastal resources among fishermen and unconventional tin miners. This research used a survey research method with qualitative descriptive research, including income analysis, employment opportunities, education, and health. Respondents in this research were fishermen and unconventional tin miners in Bangka Tengah district, including Batu Belubang village - Pangkalan Baru sub-district, Kurau village - Koba sub-district, and Baskara Bhakti village - Namang sub-district. Data collection using methods through observation, interviews, and documentation. Conflicts are analyzed through a stakeholder analysis approach with an onion analysis approach. The results showed that there were four main issues triggering conflict: 1) environmental issues; 2) social issues; 3) law violation issues; 4) economic issues. Conflict resolution that is collaborative with a negotiation approach that combines elements of the user community (fishing groups and unconventional miners) and the government known as Co-Management which avoids the excessive dominant role of one party in the management of coastal and marine resources, including equitable division of territory between fishing and mining areas, with reference to coastal and marine spatial regulations in the Bangka Belitung Islands Province, Indonesia.</p> 2020-03-17T01:49:54+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## The Empowerment Strategy of Newly Irrigated Rice Field Farmers through LEISA 2020-04-06T07:47:36+00:00 Eries Dyah Mustikarini Ratna Santi <p>Many newly irrigated rice field farmers in Bangka district leave their land empty. Farmers choose to do other farming activities or mining activities rather than rice cultivation. The area of newly irrigated rice fields in Bangka district is currently 2,200 hectares. The development of newly irrigated rice fields aims to increase rice production. The research aims: (1) Knowing the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats faced by farmers in the cultivation of rice in Kimak village, (2) Alternative strategies for community empowerment to increase farmers' incomes. The research was conducted in July-November 2019. The community empowerment strategy applied in this research is the application of the LEISA concept. The research was conducted using observational methods, interviews, and experiments. The respondents involved were 30 farmers. The research results showed that the application of the LEISA concept generated a profit of Rp 1,974,722 per three months, in an area of 1,680m<sup>2</sup>. The implication, there is an increase in the number of farmers as many as 21 people who cultivate rice refers to the LEISA concept.</p> 2020-03-20T15:33:51+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Ngeloop Haga Puasa: Social and Cultural Practices to Welcoming Ramadan for Strengthening Muslim Identity 2020-04-06T07:47:35+00:00 Napsiah Napsiah <p>The practice of “Ngeloop” (bathing and soaking in seawater) when welcoming Ramadan fasting is a tradition of the South Lampung ethnic group. But in practice, this tradition is not only carried out by the South Lampung ethnic group, but also other ethnic groups that are Muslim. This research aims to determine the actions of Muslims in Lampung in carrying out the local tradition of “Ngeloop Haga Puasa”. This research was a descriptive qualitative research with interview and observation methods. The informants were selected using the purposive sampling and snowball sampling technique. The location of the research was conducted in Kalianda, South Lampung District, Lampung Province, Indonesia. The results of the research concluded that the religious value which obliges Muslims to practice fasting has been internalized which is expressed in the form of the practice of ngeloop. Expression in the form of local cultural practices is a strengthening of Muslim identity in South Lampung.</p> 2020-03-24T04:30:38+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Establishing School as a Dialogue Space: A Case Study at Kolese Gonzaga High School 2020-04-06T07:47:34+00:00 Anggi Afriansyah <p>Dialogue is an important part of strengthening democratization. However, dialogue has not been fully practiced and prioritized in schools. Schools become important institutions to promote tolerance and dialogue from various traditions or cultural backgrounds. Strengthening dialogue is an important part of the humanist education approach. This research discussed how Kolese Gonzaga High School established a learning system that provides a large space for dialogue. In each activity, the school tries to develop communication skills, learn to understand each other, and also collaborate with various communities. This research focused on two things: (i) the practice of establishing school as a space for dialogue, and (ii) how school can promote dialogue for peace. This research was qualitative research with a case study approach. Informants were selected using a purposive sampling technique. Meanwhile, the data collection techniques used are in-depth interviews, observation, and literature study. Interviews were conducted with school principals, teachers, students, and parents. Dialogue activities are strengthened in various activities at school. Kolese Gonzaga High School establishes dialogue spaces in various fields in the school such as in classrooms, daily activities, and activities outside of school.</p> 2020-03-31T15:59:55+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##