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Geopolitics, Rural Development and Transformation in Mranak Village, Demak Regency

*Ade Pugara  -  Magister Pembangunan Wilayah dan Kota, Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia

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Kenneth Lynch (2005) wrote that the rural area is an area which has particular characteristics such as agriculture activity is a basic sector in the economy, has natural resources either renewable or unrenewable and most of the people take farmer as their livelihood. The changes of rural element’s condition are usually called as rural transformation or regional transformation. Usually, the rural transformation came from the effect of rural development, however not at all. As long is known that development can’t be separated with the political preference of people and political condition. The research of “geopolitics, rural development and rural transformation” wants to identify the influence of geopolitics aspects to rural development and transformation. This research conduct with qualitative method particularly deductive qualitative positivism. The output of the study is the models regarding the influences of geopolitics aspects to rural development and transformation. Trough mathematic logical system “if a is b and if b is c, when if the input is a so the result is c”, the researcher can find not only the influence of the geopolitics (aspects) to rural development and transformation but also the reliability of relationship between them although using qualitative methods.
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Keywords: rural; development; transformation; political; geopolitics
Funding: jpwk

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