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Intra- and inter-village conflict in rural coastal communites in Indonesia: the case of the Kei islands

Satoshi Yamazaki (), Budy Resosudarmo (), Wardis Girsang and Eriko Hoshino ()
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Wardis Girsang: Faculty of Agriculture, University of Pattimura
Eriko Hoshino: Tasmanian School of Business & Economics, University of Tasmania, http://www.utas.edu.au/business-and-economics

No 2015-02, Working Papers from University of Tasmania, Tasmanian School of Business and Economics

Abstract: Using the data collected by a survey of small-scale fishing households from rural coastal communities in Indonesia, we examine the underlying factors that may potentially be associated with the incidence of conflicts among local marine resource users. Intra-village and inter-village conflicts are examined separately. We find that social relationships and individual perceptions of changes in fishery conditions are significantly associated with the incidence of both intra- and inter-village conflicts. We confirm that declining fish stocks is positively associated with inter-village conflicts but not with intra-village conflicts; while increasing catch is positively associated with intra-village conflicts but not with intra-village conflicts

Keywords: local conflict; rural coastal community; Indonesia; small-scale fishery; rural development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 22 pages
Date: 2015
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Published by the University of Tasmania. Discussion paper 2015-02

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