Paper ID: 142
POOR COMMUNITY PROFILE BASED ON LOCAL FUTURE FROM MATARAMAN CULTURAL ETHNIC
Mulyanto1,2, Endang Siti Rahayu 3, Kusnandar3, Syarif Imam Hidayat4
1Departemen of Agribusinis of Faculty Agricultural, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional (UPN) ‘Veteran’ Jawa timur, Jalan Raya Rungkut Madya, Gunung Anyar 60294, Surabaya, Indonesia
2Ph. D/Postgraduate student of Agricultural Doctor Program of Sebelas Maret University (UNS) Jalan Ir. Sutami 36A. Kentingan 57126, Surakarta, Indonesia.
3Departemen of Agribusinis of Faculty Agricultural, Sebelas Maret University (UNS) Jalan Ir. Sutami 36A. Kentingan 57126, Surakarta, Indonesia Surakarta, Jalan Ir. Sutami 36A. Kentingan 57126, Surakarta, Indonesia
4Departemen of Agribusinis of Faculty Agricultural, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional (UPN) ‘Veteran’ Jawa timur, Jalan Raya Rungkut Madya, Gunung Anyar 60294, Surabaya, Indonesia
National data on the number of poor people has declined. However, it still remains vulnerable. The existence of economic turmoil, such as crop failure and rising fuel prices can quickly add to the poverty rate of farmers. This research question relies on the fact that there are still many empirical studies that deal with poverty seen from local wisdom. Therefore, the researchers tried to find a solution (way out) of how to alleviate poverty in society viewed from the culture and its causes. Meanwhile the research design was aimed at and focused on the Mataraman cultural ethnic in Pacitan Regency, based on investigative investigators. The purpose was to identify the poor based on local wisdom from the Mataraman cultural ethnic. This research used a qualitative approach (qualitative research) with a purposive method to explore and understand the meaning of poverty by a number of individuals or groups of people considered to come from social or humanitarian problems, and even still many other local wisdom activities that are very helpful for the poor, for example: Ciprotan, Lungkangan, Resik Desa, Tandur Panen, Genggongan (Tayuban), Ringgit (Wayangan), Sambatan, Bawonan, Bedah Bumi, the above activities produce values of mutual cooperation between the poor and capable people in their economic status, as well as the case, at the time of planting and harvesting, and when there are members of the village community building a house, it can be ascertained that the workforce is a member of the community and is not paid, but for consumption those who work from someone has an interest, in addition to cheaper costs, the house finishes faster.