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International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies

2019, Vol. 7, Issue 4, Part B

A conflict analysis of management of fishery resources in Kalimantan, Indonesia


Author(s): Dadan Zulkifli, I Nyoman Suyasa, Mira Maulita, Ratna Suharti, Basuki Rachmad, Ita Junita Puspa Dewi, Nunung Sabariyah, Mugi Mulyono, Heri Triyono, Hendra Irawan and Rizal Herlambang

Abstract: Fish resources are still considered asan open nature and a common property. It means that everyone has the same right to utilize the resources. The right issues of utilization involve not only to one party, local communities or fishermen, but also other parties such as businessmen and governments. Some parties who have an interest tomanage a natural resource often clash and cause a conflict. The objective of the research is to analyze the existence of conflicts and conflict resolution strategies that occur in the Island of Borneo.The research method used is qualitative method by taking the case and doing field observation in each province. Data analysis done was based on functional structural theory and conflict theory. The results showed that the potential source of the conflicts originated from differences sources. Types of conflict consisted of vertical and horizontal conflicts. The most conflict resolution tends to be resolved by using local agreements.

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Dadan Zulkifli, I Nyoman Suyasa, Mira Maulita, Ratna Suharti, Basuki Rachmad, Ita Junita Puspa Dewi, Nunung Sabariyah, Mugi Mulyono, Heri Triyono, Hendra Irawan, Rizal Herlambang. A conflict analysis of management of fishery resources in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Int J Fish Aquat Stud 2019;7(4):78-85.
International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies