Sociological Strategies In Indonesian Mining Site: The Prisoner Dilemma Approach
The study of the social system in Indonesian mining site needs a unique approach as the social system there cannot be categorized easily as urban or even rural society. It is obvious that in the mining site sociology we can model the three main role-players: regional government, mining corporation, and society surrounding the mining site, as 3IPD while the three of it tends to be noncooperative. The simulation using this idea can bring to the optimization of the strategy that can be taken by those agents since holistic sustainability is very important to the whole system. The simulation in each module preserved: politically, economically, environmentally, and culturally, it is obvious that the system tends to the class differentiation and temporary differentiation. It is possible to gain further and advanced analysis by using primary data collecting.
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