Spatial Social Network Analysis: Program Pengembangan Usaha Agribisnis Perdesaan (PUAP) or an Exertion Development Program in Supporting the Region Revitalization Development


As the exertion development (PUAP) develop in Rejang Lebong Regency in Bengkulu province which had been started since 2008 by giving a kind of fund aid called Bantuan Langsung Masyarakat (BLM PUAP), to Gapoktan (Gabungan Kelompok Tani) or an organization of farmers such by giving some money as the capital used for 1) food plant cultiva-tion, horticulture, animal husbandry, plantation, and2) non-cultivation exertion such as; home industry of agriculture, small marketing scale and another agriculture exertion. By the approach which had been done is hoped to get the important result, on the other way the role of analysis factor (Social Network Analysis) from all undertaking stakeholders programs PUAP to be relevance steps aimed to understand the relation or connectivity from all factors in the network and also the role of factor inside the network itself be the relevance steps in arranging the strategy and work intention from the realization stage of PUAP program for the continuity of the realization program in the future (finding the good strategy) which aimed to develop the program of PUAP in Rejang Lebong Regency in Bengkulu Province, and to be a reference from doing the program as a national program in Indonesia.

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Priyopradono, B. , Manongga, D. and Herry Utomo, W. (2013) Spatial Social Network Analysis: Program Pengembangan Usaha Agribisnis Perdesaan (PUAP) or an Exertion Development Program in Supporting the Region Revitalization Development. Social Networking, 2, 63-76. doi: 10.4236/sn.2013.22008.

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