Internalization of Value System in Mineral Materials Management Policies Instead of Metal And Rocks in Merauke District


Value System, Sasi, Environment Condition, Policy, and Mining Activity

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MATURBONGS, E., SUWITRI, S., KISMARTINI, K., & PURNAWENI, H. (2019). Internalization of Value System in Mineral Materials Management Policies Instead of Metal And Rocks in Merauke District. PRIZREN SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, 3(2), 32-42.


Public policy public comes from the existing problems in the community, so that policy objectives realized. Value systems as part of people's lives need to get places in the policy process, among others related to environmental management policies. As long as it is not metal minerals mining and rock in Merauke District, Papua Province, the mining generally leads to environmental damage, necessitating noteworthy local wisdom values as a value system in order to prevent damage to a sustainable environment. This research aims to analyze the value system of the local communities of Marind area can be internalised into the policy management of mineral ingredients instead of metal and rocks in Merauke District. Research methods are using qualitative approach. Data collected through interviews, documentation and further analyzed using observation and data analysis components from Milles, Huberman and Saldaña. The results showed that one of the value systems in society of Marind area such as Sasi i.e. Prohibition of entering a closed area in the customs, have sanctions for those who break them decisively, so internalization of Sasi as a value system culture in environmental protection needs implemented. It is particularly in the order of mineral material management policies instead of metal and rocks in Merauke District.

Key words:  Value System, Sasi, Environment Condition, Policy, Mining Activity.


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