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Banjar Adat and Local Wisdom: Community Management For Public Space Sustainability in Bali Province

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Vipriyanti, Nyoman Utari
Conference: Governing Shared Resources: Connecting Local Experience to Global Challenges, the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Commons
Location: Cheltenham, England
Conf. Date: July 14-18, 2008
Date: 2008
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/2351
Sector: Social Organization
Region: East Asia
Subject(s): community participation
common pool resources
Abstract: "Bali has abundant common resources, including Bale Banjar, lumbung desa, Pelaba Pura Area, Public Cemetery, coastal region and forest. As so far, the public space was managed by banjar adat, that is community that living in an area and tied together due to common praying place e.g Pura Puseh, Pura Dalem and Pura Desa. Each banjar adat has strcictly bonding rules for each member that known as awig-awig. Even there is silent conflict among group in the banjar adat however the existence of public space still well maintained. The paper try to expose public space management pattern in Hindu community Bali and the own wisdom in relationship with conservation of physical and social environment. Result of analytical study indicated that norms rigidity is the most important factor for the successfully of Balinese to maintain public space that managed by the community. Norm's rigidity tends to encourage sustainable activities in social living, resources and environment conservation and believe in God. Frequency of Balinese in common activities at each banjar adat is minimally 12 times for six months. This make social control functioninf effectively especially on the behaviour of banjar adat member that deviate or destory common property resources that own by banjar adat."

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