Community Structure and Social Actions in Action of Land Conversion

M. Chairul Basrun, Umanailo and Apriyanto, Mulono Community Structure and Social Actions in Action of Land Conversion. Frontiers in Environmental Science.

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In the social sciences, social structure is a patterned social order in a society that emerges from and determines individual actions (Coleman, 2004). Society is seen as a social system, namely a pattern of social interaction consisting of an ordered and institutionalized social component. The characteristics of a social system, namely the social structure that includes the status and roles in social units, give rise to values and norms that will regulate the interaction between these social statuses and roles (Coleman, 1966). Therefore, social structures are structures and patterns that have internalized and become part of people’s lives. To observe the nature of the social structure, it is necessary to observe the community’s daily activities, except for the social structure of rural communities. The social structure in rural areas is related to patterns of social relations, interactions that are intensely intertwined, and create interdependence that takes place continuously, which will then form an organized pattern and the functions and roles that exist in the rural social structure

Item Type: Article
Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
Depositing User: Dr Mulono Apriyanto
Date Deposited: 27 Nov 2021 11:59
Last Modified: 27 Nov 2021 11:59

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