The Role of Communication as Agrarian Conflicts Resolution (Systematic Literature Review

Ballian Siregar, Sumardjo Sumardjo, Sarwititi Sarwoprasodjo, Ninuk Purnaningsih


Conflict is a natural reality, an unavoidable fact of life that often gives birth to creativity and fosters the emergence of innovative ideas. Its presence is frequently a catalyst for change. The conflict in this research is communication over the resolution of the Indramayu Farmers Union - Perum Perhutani agrarian land conflict in Indonesia. Conflict always involves differences in values, power, or perception. Communication is essential in developing relationships between two or more entities in conflict. This research method systematically observes scientific journal articles appropriate to the study topic, namely communication on agrarian conflict resolution. This research aims to describe the role of communication in resolving agrarian conflicts, especially agrarian land conflicts. The results of the study show that five (5) essential themes have become new thinking in resolving agrarian conflicts: (1) consistency of legal supremacy; (2) cooperation through mutual agreement; (3) mediation involving actors who can influence government policy and involvement; (4) negotiation by bringing together conflicting parties so that it is easier to convey disclosures; and (5) participatory communication, which places the parties in an equal communication atmosphere.

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