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Class, Conflict, and Fishermans’ Condition in Indonesia

  • Rilus A. Kinseng
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Abstract

This chapter will briefly explain several basic concepts to use in conducting class analysis. Next, it will explain class and social conflicts among fishermen in Indonesia in general. However, before discussing the class analysis, the following is an explanation in relation to conflict itself.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rilus A. Kinseng
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  1. 1.OBORJakartaIndonesia

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