Conflict Mapping Communication in an Effort to Reduce Social Conflict to Overcome Social Problems in Riau Province, Indonesia

  • Erman Anom, Dani Vardiansyah Noor, Ersa Shamira Anom, Obsatar Sinaga

Abstract

Communication on Participation in Conflicts in an effort to reduce social conflict to overcome social problems in Riau Province, basically there are several things that are potentially conflict-prone in Riau, among others: Division of villages, sub-districts, districts and provinces. The issue of regional expansion is therefore necessary for monitoring and the main actors of horizontal conflict. While the potential for SARA conflict still occurs, namely internal and inter-religious conflict, this is due to the low level of tolerance with the refusal to build houses of worship. This research uses the Sipabio method and according to this method conflict mapping involves mapping conflict parties and various aspirations from existing parties. Mapping is a technique used to describe conflict graphically, connecting parties with problems and with other parties. The multidisciplinary conflict mapping model developed by sociologists from the United Nations-University for Peace, the SIPABIO model. SIPABIO is an abbreviation of Source, Issue. It is necessary to monitor and the main actors of horizontal conflict. S edangkan potential racial conflicts still occurred, ie internal conflict and inter-religious, this was due to the low level of tolerance with their rejection of the construction of houses of worship. The simultaneous local election stages of Riau Province entered the campaign period, which took the form of dialogical campaigns, limited meeting campaigns, and discussions on the market and house-to-house discussions. During the campaign situation

Published
2020-06-01