Comprehension To Village
M Chairul Basrun Umanailo,
Mohammad Faisal Sangadji,
Nurhaya Yusuf and
Mohamad Nur Deny Musa
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M Chairul Basrun Umanailo: Universitas Iqra Buru
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It has become very clear, where almost all “village” ontologies emphasize more on the existence of an area / region, as well as the recognition of values inherent in activities, and tend to be made different, especially administratively. We certainly do not deny that administratively the distinction between Village and non-village is needed to facilitate the identification and resolution of problems. But in fact, we find that many villages are more interpreted as something that is not the same as other regions in terms of socio-cultural economic justice and even public policy. So the administrative differentiation then decreases to the distinction between the attitudes of anyone trying to understand the village.
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