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Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Forest Research
Author:
Tsurudome, Yuuki
Mugniesyah, Siti Sugiah M.
In Kemang, a mountain village in West Java, Indonesia, the local people call the hillsides pasir, a term which includes both privately owned hillside land or nationally owned forest land. It is apparent that the national forest lands function as a social safety net, serving as land where the middle-class and the poor can conduct "informal"...