Poverty Alleviation Through Social Capital in Coastal Areas: Pariaman Coastal Case

Neng Kamarni, Muslich Anshori, Raditya Sukmana


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This study aimes to provide an overview of the importance of social capital in poverty alleviation in Pariaman coastal area. The research was a survey research conducted in Padang Pariaman District, sample was conducted purposively sampling with 100 fishermen households as a sample. The result revelead that institution and culture variables get good categories while trust and participation variables are categorized as poor. The institution is one of four variables which has a significant correlation with welfare while the others are not significant. Trust and participation variables not have a significant correlation because they get poor category, but the interesting case even though the culture variable which gets a positive category but does not correlate significantly with the welfare. Although only institution variable which has a significant correlation with welfare, in general social capital has a positive impact on poverty alleviation in Pariaman Distric.


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Social capital; institution, trust; culture; participation

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