Proceedings of the International Conference, Integrated Microfinance Management for Sustainable Community Development (IMM 2016)

Rurukan Hajat Golong: An Economic Model of Community Resilience in Rancakalong Sumedang, West Java - Indonesia

Authors
M. Prijana, Wina Erwina
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M. Prijana
Available Online October 2016.
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Keywords
Tradition of Hajat Golong,Rurukan, Pemangku adat, economic resilience, Community
Abstract
Knowing the symbolic meanings behind Tradition of Hajat Golong village districts Ciledug Rancakalong Sumedang district, West Java Indonesia. Knowing the role of traditional authorities, which led Rurukan, and explain the relevance Tradition of Hajat Golong the economic resilience of the community. Methods: ethnography. Result: Traditional of Hajat Golong implemented by Rurukan, which is a kind of indigenous communities. Tradition of Hajat Golong executed before entering the 'taun gede', the first rice-planting season. Rurukan had a leader called indigenous stakeholders. Tradition of Hajat Golong is a symbol, preparatory activities of managing farmland and rice production collectively. In carrying out the activities of production, concept of saving and borrowing less desirable communities, they prefer to set aside the harvest to production costs. Conclusion: Tradition ofHajat Golong is a symbol of the resilience of the economy sustainable communities.
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