ANALYSIS OF THE TRADITIONAL SALT SYSTEM IN EAST JAVA

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Mustofa Mustofa

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Analysis Salt making has traditionally been carried out from generation to generation mainly in East Java, the activities of coastal communities in the field of marine, fisheries, and salt farmers are one source of economic growth. This study aims: (1) To identify the economic activities of traditional salt farmers in East Java; (2) Knowing the demographic, economic and cultural characteristics of traditional salt farmer communities in East Java (3) Knowing the relationship between stakeholder groups (StakeHolders), namely salt farmers, traders or middlemen, government institutions, and community institutions in connection with salt farmers traditional in East Java. This study uses a qualitative form of research conducted on an object and conditions it as it is. Data collection is done by collecting various information or data about the economic activities of traditional salt farmers in East Java. From the results of the study, it was found that the economic activity of salt farmers in coastal areas in East Java slowed somewhat. Rain began to fall in recent times in the East Java region. As a result, salt production in the salt industry center cannot be maximized. Even though the price increase is not far adrift, this condition, if continued, is feared to have an impact on other factors. There is a need for technology that allows salt farmers to keep producing salt even though the season has anomalies even in the rainy season.

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