Mutual hegemony and showing social capital in handling conflict problems: cases of border conflict between Batubulan and Lembeng Traditional Village, Sukawati, Gianyar
Keywords:boundaries, conflict, culture, hegemony, social capital
This paper aims to provide an overview of how the efforts for mutual hegemony and social capital performance are carried out by each conflicting party. This is done by highlighting the discourses raised by each conflicting party. For this reason, there are four theories referred to deconstruction theory, hegemony theory, power and knowledge theory, and communicative action theory. The research method applied is qualitative. Data was collected employing observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation techniques. Data analysis was carried out interpretively and deconstructively. The results of the research regarding the efforts of mutual hegemony and counter-hegemony as well as the performance of social capital above can be concluded as follows. 1) Efforts for mutual hegemony and counter-hegemony between parties involved in the border conflict are full of efforts to pressure each other and point out the mistakes of the opposing party. 2) The purpose of hegemony and counter-hegemony as well as the show of social capital is for the opposing party to follow the will behind the hegemony, counter-hegemony, and show social capital, namely accepting the claim. 3) Considering that each party remains adamant on its claims and mutually hegemony.
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