Adaptation And Social Construction Of Village Owned Enterprises (Bumdesa) In The Era Of The Covid-19 Pandemic In Bulukumba Regency

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Aryo Sosiawan , Muh.Iqbal Latief , Rahmat Muhammad


This study aims to explain the Adaptation and Social Construction of Village Owned Enterprises (BUMDesa) in the Covid-19 Pandemic Era in Bulukumba Regency. This study used qualitative research methods. The results showed that the Adaptation carried out by the Village Owned Enterprise Management (BUMDesa) in Kambuno Village in dealing with the Covid-19 Pandemic situation was carried out through Adaptation with the stages of social construction. The social construction was carried out by the Management of Village Owned Enterprises (BUMDesa) in Kambuno Village due to several appeals from the Government regarding the Implementation of Health Protocols to the community. The implementation of social construction refers to the adjustment of Government regulations related to Health Protocols which can be seen from the ongoing Business Units, namely by making new schemes or rules during the Covid-19 Pandemic, such as providing health facilities in the form of masks, hand washing facilities, hand sanitizers, Set aside 5% of Bumdes Social funds in the form of goods or money assistance, and changes in Operational Hours in each Business Unit during the Covid-19 Pandemic. So that social construction can produce community compliance when doing activities in the Bumdes Business Unit by always implementing Health Protocols for the smooth running of Business Units that are running during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

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