Ecology, Environment and Conservation Paper

Vol 24, Issue 4 2018; Page No.(1467-1474)

SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BASED ON LOCAL KNOWLEDGE OF POLE AND LINE FISHERS (CASE STUDY, MURANTE VILLAGES, LUWU REGENCY, SOUTH SULAWESI), INDONESIA

Amilludin, Yusran NurIndar, Aris Baso, Najamuddin and Andi Adri Arief

Abstract

This paper discusses the pattern of working relationship in Pole and Line Fishers Groups and social aspect support for the development of catch fishery management at Pole and Line fishers Groups in Luwu regency. The basic method in this research was descriptive analysis with mix method research strategy and used case study approach. Start of the research by collecting data and processed systematically done by data reduction where the data obtained is selected, focused, simplified and abstracted according to field notes obtained. The result showed the work structure or pattern of working relationships contained in the working group of PAL fishers have been neatly structured and have responsibility respectively from the level of work their responsible. The existence of the power of social and economic relations enclosed in the pattern of working relationships and profit sharing system owned by PAL fishers group in Luwu Regency is a social capital that can be a support of fishery resources management, especially on skipjack commodities to create sustainable resources.

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