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Heinzpeter Znoj

was embedded in notions of mutual obligations within patron-client ties. Keywords Sumatra, Rejang, forest product collection, Kerinci-Seblat National Park, debt, debt bondage, patron-client relationships In the late 1980s, the small pioneer settlement of Seblat Ulu in the province of Bengkulu served

The Fight over the Forest

The State, Rural Communities, and Customary Law in Indonesia

Keith Andrew Bettinger

suit their objectives. This discussion takes place in the context of Sumatra’s Kerinci Seblat National Park ( KSNP ), a 1.4 million hectare 3 protected area that is surrounded by more than 400 villages. These villages are scattered across fifteen districts 4 in four provinces, 5 hence there are

Annuska Derks

periods in the jungle used debt-bondage arrangements to create a workforce for the hard and dangerous work of collecting rattan in Kerinci-Seblat National Park, Sumatra. In this context, it may be useful to refer to the distinction Bush (2000:40−42) made between ‘traditional debt bondage’ which served to