Yunilisiah, Yunilisiah (2014) SOCIAL CAPITAL AS MECHANISM THE SURVIVAL OF THE TRIBE ALIENATED MANDRAS IN BENGKULU. Research on humanities and Social Sciences, 4 (8). pp. 97-106. ISSN 2225-0484

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This research focused the function of social capital as mechanism the survival on a community tribe Mandras, alienated living in the middle of the wilderness in the Provinci of Bengkulu based on theories Nan-Lin perspective.This study uses qualitative methods with an ethnographic approach. Data collected by partisipant-obsevation through direct observation and in-depth interview and documentation. Data analyzed by interactive based on interprestasi in inductive by approach emik. The research found that Mandras tribal person who lives in the wilderness develop the social life of relatively established and they as officials of the forest. For they woodlands having spiritual, the value of social, moral and economic. On that basis, the elements of social capital-forming The Mandras is transformed from the resource of the value derived from customary rules that are singular. The concept of social capital theory of Nan-Lin is a resource within the social structure facilitating social networks to access the aim of action for tribal people Mandras, is seen as a function of survival mechanism was not linear, but rather the dialectic of social structure and the purpose of the act. Social capital that lies in social structures, social networks that are accessed by the tribe for the purpose of the action Mandras a factor controlling the whole of community life of the tribe is the Mandras of transformation of social capital.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: J Political Science > JA Political science (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social & Politics Science > Journal
Depositing User: Septi Septi
Date Deposited: 23 Jan 2020 12:12
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