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Local Knowledge MattersPower, Context and Policy Making in Indonesia$

Kharisma Nugroho, Fred Carden, and Hans Antlov

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781447348078

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447348078.001.0001

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Local Knowledge Matters
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Policy Press

Note: Page numbers followed by n indicate footnotes. Page numbers in italics indicate figures and tables.

A
academic research 1–3, 11–14, 17 see also scientific knowledge
Aceh Besar
Keujruen Blang (resource-sharing mechanism) 78–80, 91–92
mawah (traditional financing and investment mechanism) 81–82, 99–100, 109–110, 111–112, 128–129
tsunami 93
Water User Farmer Associations (P3A) 79–80, 91, 105
activism 23–24
advocacy knowledge 29, 33–34
advocacy organisations 38–39, 40 see also LAHA (Institute for HIV/AIDS Advocacy)
anthropology 44, 92, 101
Antlov, H. 22, 24, 55
Aristotle 32
Armitage, D. 17
Artha Wacana Christian University (Universitas Kristen Artha Wacana) 96
audience priority 144
B
Banjarmasin 73–75, 96–98, 105–106, 117, 133
Banks, G. 10, 40, 147, 150
Bau Nyale (folk festival) 67
Beng Mawah Micro-Finance
Institution 82, 122–123
BIGS (Bandung Institute for Governance Studies) 5, 41, 75–78, 101, 102, 113–114, 123–124
inclusion 123–124
language 113, 114
Blaikie, P. 116
budgeting 23, 122
bureaucracy 121, 145
bureaucratic knowledge 22, 29, 33–34, 35–36, 42
bureaucratic power 46–48
C
Carden, F. 8, 57
case studies
map of locations 7
summary 4–5
see also individual case studies
(p.168)
cattle 81
Centers for Disease Control 139–140
Centre for Anthropological Studies, University of Indonesia (PUSKA UI) see PUSKA UI (Centre for Anthropological Studies, University of Indonesia)
Centre for Education and Community Studies (PKPM) see PKPM (Centre for Education and Community Studies)
Centre for Politics and Government, Gadjah Made University (POLGOV UGM) see POLGOV UGM (Centre for Politics and Government, Gadjah Made University)
Centre for Regional Studies and Information (PATTIRO), Jakarta see PATTIRO (Centre for Regional Studies and Information)
citizen activism 23–24
citizen knowledge 18, 146 see also local knowledge
citizen organisations 43
citizen participation / involvement 47, 53–57, 123, 147 see also community participation
citizen perception 23
citizens 31
civil service 21, 21n
civil society 18
civil society coalitions 108
civil society networks 84–85
civil society organisations 2n, 18, 23, 27, 56, 108–108, 130, 134 see also non-governmental organisation
climate change 4, 33, 65–69, 92, 95, 113–114
codification 37–38, 41, 106–111
co-evolution 38n, 92
co-governance 47–48
commercialisation 117–118
common knowledge 37, 103, 106
communication 119–127
community forests 76–78, 101
community participation 53–57, 134–137, 144 see also citizen participation / involvement
Community-based Drinking
Water and Sanitation Provision Programme (Penyadiaan Air Minum dan Sanitasi Berbasis Masyarakat (PAMSIMAS)) 60–63, 92
cooperatives 83, 100
craft knowledge 36n see also local knowledge
credibility 14, 15
cultural representations 44
cultural studies 44
D
Datta, A. 22, 23
decentralisation 2, 21, 22–23, 24, 49, 55
deliberative democracy 47
democratisation 2, 53, 54–55, 56, 57, 146
Denhardt, J. and Denhardt, D. 46–47.
de-professionalisation 56, 146–147
development planning 23, 47, 53, 122–123
disaster 117
disaster response 52
discrimination 134
distributive justice 137 (p.169)
diversity 31, 40, 113–114
donors 50–51
Drinking Water and Environmental Health Working Group (Pokja AMPL) 63
Drucker, P. 57
Durose, C. 39
E
East Lombok 66–67, 68, 69, 125–126
East Nusa Tenggara
influence 130
water management 60–63, 92, 117, 123, 132
whale fishing 50, 63–65, 117–118, 126
economic development 50–51
economic shocks 117–118
El Niño 65–66
electoral assets 132–134
empowerment 55
enabling environment 147
environment 92–94
environmental change 116, 117 see also climate change
episteme 32
ethnocentrism 11
evidence 2, 13, 19, 20, 46, 139–140 see also knowledge; local knowledge
evidence-based management 12–13
evidence-based policy 18–19
experiential knowledge 36, 36n see also local knowledge
F
farmer schools (Penyuluh Pertanian Papangan (PPL)) 67–68
fishing see whale fishing
fishing regulations (sasi lompa) 4, 69–72, 93–94, 98, 99, 107
Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) 36–37, 103–104, 106
Forest Circle Society Network 83
forest conservation 5, 76–78, 101, 113
formal scientific knowledge see scientific knowledge
Foundation for People’s Welfare (YKU) see YKU (Foundation for People’s Welfare)
G
Geertz, C. 41, 44
gender 17, 38, 40, 50, 53, 65, 104–106, 118, 140
governance 13, 53–57 see also co-governance
Grenier, L. 37
Guggenheim, S. 20–21
H
Hadiz, V. 24
Haruku island 69–72, 93–94
health insurance 5, 85–88, 89–90, 98, 112, 135, 137
hegemonic knowledge 109
Heryanto, A. 15, 99
human rights 134
(p.170) I
identities 100
indigenous practices 38
Indonesian Academy of Sciences (AIPI) 21–22
Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) 98
influence 127–130
relationship-based 130–132
Institute for HIV/AIDS Advocacy, Kendari see LAHA (Institute for HIV/AIDS Advocacy)
Institute for Islamic and Society Studies (LK3) see LK3 (Institute for Islamic and Society Studies)
interest groups 48–50, 49n
intermediary knowledge 29, 33–34
International Development Research Centre (IDRC) 14–15
isomorphic mimicry 10
K
Kendal 76–78, 124
Kendari 85–88
keuchik 78n, 81, 128
Keujruen Blang (resource-sharing mechanism) 5, 49, 78–80, 90–92, 130, 133
knowledge
historical relationship between policy making and 46–48
interaction between forms of 95–98, 142, 143, 150. see also co-production
and power 15, 17
tensions between different types of 143–146
knowledge assets 148–151
knowledge hierarchies 14–20, 16
knowledge sector 2, 2n, 20–22
Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) xi, 2–3, 2–3n, 59
knowledge systems 38
knowledge-to-policy process 6–10, 8, 9, 150
local knowledge in 22–24, 40–41, 103
politics of 130–137
Kolhua Dam 61
Konawe Selatan 85–90, 112, 128
Kuhn, T. 32n
L
LAHA (Institute for HIV/AIDS Advocacy) 5, 85–88, 89–90, 112, 135
Lamalera 63–65, 63n, 115–116, 126
language 113–114, 121
legitimacy 122
Lembaga Advokasi HIV/AIDS (LAHA) (Institute for HIV/AIDS Advocacy) see LAHA (Institute for HIV/AIDS Advocacy)
Lembata island 50, 63–65, 104, 114–116, 117–118, 126, 137
linguistic diversity 113–114
LK3 (Institute for Islamic and Society Studies) 4, 73–75, 96–98, 105–106, 133
local innovation 38
local knowledge 12, 13–14, 36–39
as an asset 148–151
codification 37–38, 41, 106–111
communication of 119–127
definitions 3, 44
as electoral asset 132–134
generation 89–92
inequalities 17, 103, 118 (p.171)
interaction with local environment 92–94
locality and origin 98–101
management 111–116
and participatory development 53–56
in policy making 22–24, 48–50, 140–141, 142–143
political-economy dimensions 44–46, 103–106
sources of xi, 145–146
strategic role 146–147
tensions between other forms of knowledge and 143–146
local knowledge actors 107–108
local knowledge reproduction 120
local politics 24, 130
local sentiment 122
local wisdom 145–146
locality 128
Lukes, Stephen 41
M
manganese ore exploitation see mining
Manggarai 83–85, 107–108
Martapura river 73–75
Masehi Injili Church, Timor 96
mawah (traditional financing and investment mechanism) 5, 81–82, 98, 99–100, 109–110, 111–112, 122–123, 128–129
meaning 44
melesi (sharing tradition) 85–88, 89–90, 98, 112, 128, 137
Merangan forest 76–78
migration 66, 68, 116–117, 141–142
mining 5, 83–85, 103, 108, 130, 136, 148
Mintzberg, H. 36
motivation 123
Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Centre (MDMC) 52
Musrenbang (development planning forum) 123 see also development planning
myths 62, 74, 113
N
National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2015-2019 vii–viii
new public management 46–47
new public service 47
non-governmental organisations (NGOs) 18, 26, 59n, 68, 83, 103 see also civil society organisations
Nordic Council of Ministers 13
Nugroho, K. 24
P
Pancasila 51
Papua 10–11, 98
Parkhurst, J. 9, 13
parliament (incl. local) 24, 75, 121–122, 131–133
PATTIRO (Centre for Regional Studies and Information) 4, 69–72, 93–94, 107, 108, 131–132
Pellini, A. 46
Penyadiaan Air Minum dan Sanitasi Berbasis Masyarakat (PAMSIMAS) (Community-based Drinking Water and Sanitation Programme) 60–63, 92 (p.172)
Penyuluh Pertanian Papangan (PPL) (farmer schools) 67–68
Perkumpulan Petani Pemakai Air (P3 A) (Water User Farmer Association) 79–80, 91, 105
Perkumpulan Pikul (Pikul Association) see Pikul Association (Perkumpulan Pikul)
phronesis 32
physical environment 92–94
Pidie 82
Pikul Association (Perkumpulan Pikul) 4, 60–63, 148
academic community 96
communication 120
interaction with local environment 92
language 114
local knowledge as electoral asset 132
modernisation 94
PKPM (Centre for Education and Community Studies) 5, 78–80, 91–92
communication 121–122
influence 131
local knowledge as electoral asset 133
religious groups 130
women 105
place 100–101
Pokja AMPL (Drinking Water and Environmental Health Working Group) 63
POLGOV UGM (Centre for Politics and Government, Gadjah Made University) 5, 83–85, 103
community forums 136
community participation 134
data collection 110–111
local actors 107–108, 130
local knowledge as electoral asset 132–133
popular education 129
policy advocacy 121–122, 130 see also advocacy organisations
policy entrepreneurs 39
policy implementation 10, 47, 134–137
policy legitimacy 122
policy making
historical relationship between knowledge and 46–48
influence on 127–132
and local knowledge 48–50, 119–127
types of knowledge in 30–31
policy processes see knowledge-to-policy process
policy reform 10
policy research institutes 40 see also think tanks
political-economy perspective 44–46, 103–106
politics 19, 44–46
popular education 129
population growth 116
Poros Photo 4, 63–65, 116, 126–127
post-truth politics 18–19
power 41, 45
bureaucratic 46–48
devolution of. see decentralisation
interest groups 49–50
and knowledge 15, 17
pranata mangsa (farming calendar) 65–66, 66n
Pressman, J.L. 47
problem definition 144–145
professional knowledge 12, 29, 33–36, 40, 42, 140
Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 15n (p.173)
public administration 20–21
public decision making 46–48
public management 46–47
public policy making see policy making
PUSKA UI (Centre for Anthropological Studies, University of Indonesia) 4, 65–69
codification 108–109
communication 124–126
community participation 135–136
influence 127–128, 131
interaction between forms of knowledge 95
interaction with local environment 92
outreach 148
R
rainfall 65–69, 95, 125–126
relationship-based influence 130–132
religion 70, 70n, 84, 129–130
religious institutions 107–108
religious knowledge 50–52, 74, 96–98
research methodology 14
rice fields 90–92
Richardson, L. 39
river conservation 4, 73–75, 97–98, 105–106, 133
S
sasi lompa (fishing regulations) 4, 69–72, 93–94, 98, 99, 107
science field shops (Warung Ilmiah Lapangan) 68–69, 92, 95, 124, 125
scientific community 96
scientific knowledge 8, 14, 32–33, 34, 42, 140
communication of 124–126
limitations 11, 150
and local context 56
scientific rigour 144
secularisation 50
shared knowledge 37, 103, 106–107
Sirius Labs 126
Smith, T. 11, 147
social relevance 15
socio-cultural context 111–113, 126
socio-economic change 116–117
socio-economic perspective 45
Southeast Sulawesi 85–88, 89–90, 112, 118, 128, 137, 146
specialised knowledge 37, 103
Spencer, J. 44
stakeholders 108
Suharto 20, 24
Susuk Wangan ceremony 77–78
T
techne 32
technical evidence 46
think tanks 21, 29, 33–34, 34
Torong Besi 83–85, 123, 148
tourism 64, 115–116, 137, 150
tsunamis 93, 117
U
units of analysis 145
units of impact 145
Universitas Kristen Artha Wacana (Artha Wacana Christian University) 96
universities 17, 21, 40, 127
V
values 114–115
Village Law No.6/2014 22–23, 80
W
water management 4, 60–63, 92, 120, 123, 132, 148
Water User Farmer Associations (P3A) 79–80, 91, 105
whale fishing 4, 50, 63–65, 104, 114–116, 117–118, 126, 150
Wildavsky, A. 47
women 50, 105–106 see also gender
Women in Leadership Strategy (DFAT, 2015) 40
Y
YKU (Foundation for People’s Welfare) 5, 81–82, 99–100, 109–110, 122–123, 128–129
Z
Zimmerman, T. 35