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Title: Siasat Rakyat di Garis Depan Global : Politik Ruang Pasar dan Pemekaran Daerah di Tanah Papua
Authors: Suryawan, I Ngurah
Keywords: masyarakat lokal;perbatasan;ruang publik;ruang politik;global capital
Issue Date: Jan-2013
Publisher: Program Pascasarjana Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana Salatiga
Abstract: Local community in Papua struggle hard to resist human and natural resources against global capitalist power. Competition to gain access to political and economic resources is unavoidable. Indigenous people can hardly compete with the migrants in getting access to economic resources which resulted in the marginalization of this group. Political economic spaces such as market, bureaucracy and investment from multinational companies shows clearly the displacement of the indigenous people. A clear portrait of their displacement is reflected in how the indigenous women in Papua struggle to get access to the market to sell their products. At Sanggeng market in Manokwari, West Papua for example, Papuan women spread their agricultural products on the ground, while three-storey building with kiosks in it is occupied by migrant traders. Meanwhile in Jayapura, local women have to compete with multinational company - Gelael Supermarket. This article discusses how political economic spaces including markets and new municipalities and districts turn into stages for local and global power battle and flare ethnic segregation in Papua for economic benefits.
Description: Kritis : Jurnal Studi Pembangunan Interdisiplin. Vol. 23, no.1, Jan-Jun 2013, p. 62 - 76
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/4079
ISSN: 0215-4765
Appears in Collections:Kritis Vol. XXII, no.1, Jan-Jun 2013

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