Paper $74.95 ISBN: 9789089640550 Published April 2009 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada

Rural Livelihoods, Resources and Coping with Crisis in Indonesia

A Comparative Study

Edited by Milan J. Titus and Paul P.M. Burgers

Edited by Milan J. Titus and Paul P.M. Burgers

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

304 pages | 6-3/10 x 9-1/2
Paper $74.95 ISBN: 9789089640550 Published April 2009 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada

The majority of literature on the economic crisis in Indonesia has focused on the negative macroeconomic impact during the “crisis years” of 1997–99. The case studies presented in this volume take on a different perspective, analyzing a variety of responses to the crisis among communities and households from different areas of Indonesia, and covering the coping and adapting mechanisms of rural households in particular, under a variety of resource-use practices and regulations.

Contents

List of Tables

List of Figures and Maps

Preface

 

1. Making a Living in Turbulent Times: Livelihoods and Resource Allocations in Tana Toraja during Indonesia’s Economic and Political Crises

Edwin de Jong

 

2.Through Turbulent Times: Diversity, Vulnerability, and Resilience of Madurese Livelihoods in East Kalimantan

Gerben Nooteboom

 

3. Livelihood Dynamics, the Economic Crisis, and Coping Mechanisms in Kerinci District, Sumatra

Paul P.M. Burgers

 

4. The Economic and Ecological Crises and Their Impact on Livelihood Strategies of Rural Households in Yogyakarta

Muhammad Baquini

 

5. Livelihoods and Coping Responses to the Crisis in Four Villages with Different Farm Systems in the Special Region of Yogyakarta

Agus Sutanto

 

6. Livelihood Strategies, Responses to the Crisis, and the Role of Non-Agricultural Activities in Five Villages in the Special Reigon of Yogyakarta

R. Rijanta

 

7. The Effects of the Crisis on Livelihood Systems in “Rurban” Areas: Case Studies in the Special Region of Yogyakarta

Djarot S. Widyatmoko

 

8. Economic Change, the 1997 Crisis, and Livelihood Sustainability in Two Horticultural Communities in South Sulawesi

Marja Rijerse

 

9. Krismon yang Selamat: The Crisis Imapct on Livelihood Strategies in Desa Parigi, South Sulawesi

Mascha Singeling

 

10. The Asian Crisis, Livelihood Conditions, and Resource Use in the Coastal Village of Tamasaju, South Sulawesi

Rogier Vogelij

 

11. Indonesian Rural Livelihoods and Resource Use in Crisis?

Milan J. Titus

 

Contributors

References

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