Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2301-573X / 2581-2084
Published by: Universitas Muhammadiyah Gorotalo (10.31314)
Total articles ≅ 77
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Iradhad Taqwa Sihidi, Mochamad Aan Sugiharto, Laeli Nurkhanifah
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 1-17; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.1-17.2021

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This paper explains the effectiveness of implementing the Batu Among Tani technology (BATT) program in Batu City. BATT itself is one of the leading smart city concepts of the Batu City Government, which aims to protect and develop agricultural quality. BATT is here to solve some of the fundamental problems of agriculture in Batu City, focusing on harvests, brokers’ intervention, lack of agricultural information, and several other complaints. This research uses qualitative research with a descriptive approach—sources of data obtained through interviews with relevant stakeholders and observations and documentation. Data is processed through data collection, data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing. The results showed that the BATT Program, which began running effectively in September 2017, was not optimal. First, the server capacity is limited so that it often experiences interruptions and the benefits of services provided are less than optimal. Second, the lack of participation of farmers as active users of BATT. The factor of the lack of outreach and ongoing assistance is the cause. Third, the program has not effectively delivered price updates and cut off the brokers' intervention chain. However, this program is criticized for converting agricultural land to non-agriculture for the past 5 (five) years in Batu City.
Titi Darmi, Iqbal Miftakhul Mujtahid, Ledyawati Ledyawati
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 18-27; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.18-27.2021

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This article discusses the extent to which Cultural Heritage management involving various sectors can contribute to increasing tourist visits. The research was conducted in the city of Bengkulu, the location of the research was the legacy of Bung Karno's house. Data collection was carried out through secondary data and primary data. Primary data was carried out by interviewing related parties, namely two of Bung Karno's house staff, the Head of the Jambi Cultural Heritage Preservation Agency (BPCB), the Head of the Bengkulu Province Education Office, one cultural expert, four tourism activists, and six communities. members who were visiting Bung Karno's house. The steps in this research are data collection, classification, analysis, and data processing, making conclusions, then narrating in depth. The results of the study explain that the Heritage of Bung Karno's House is one of the historical tourist objects visited by many tourists. Bung Karno's heirloom house is a historical tourism object that has an attraction and has an important role in increasing tourist visits. For optimal Cultural Heritage management, it is important to strengthen the capacity of Cultural heritage management sustainably by optimizing technology and involving five partnership sectors, namely government, private sector, universities, media, and society.
Indra Budiman, Inayati Inayati
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 45-63; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.45-63.2021

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This research examines the two components of the Slippery Slope framework, power, and trust, in influencing formal tax compliance in the West Sumatera and Jambi region. The supervision factors: Notice of Tax Warning and Notice of Tax Collection are used as a proxy of power, and public education program is used as a proxy of trust in the authority. Secondary data collected through documentation study is presented in panel data and then analyzed using panel data regression analysis. As this study uses a mixed quantitative and qualitative method, we conducted in-depth interviews with key informants to get a more robust analysis. This study shows that together and partially, these three factors have a positive and significant effect on formal tax compliance. Notice of Tax Warning and Notice of Tax Collection effectively deliver law enforcement's message as a coercive power through supervision efforts. At the same time, tax education programs are practical to encourage awareness and trust in the authority that ultimately improves tax compliance. This study recommends some improvements in administrative issues and strategies to reach more taxpayers, perform more fair treatment, and enhance compliance.
Ul Qadri, Sri Syahbanita Elida, Fitri Larasati
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 109-125; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.109-125.2021

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Covid-19 is a non-natural disaster that has shocked countries in the world since the end of 2019 until now and its spread has not been controlled, various efforts have been made by the virus pandemic countries including Indonesia. Its spread occurs in almost every province in Indonesia, one of which is West Kalimantan Province. To prevent the spread of the virus, regional disaster management agencies (BPBD), with various parties, undertake mitigation of its spread and efforts to heal trauma during the pandemic. This study aims to determine the models and strategies of BPBD in mitigation, trauma healing efforts carried out during the pandemic and to find out the obstacles of BPBD in mitigation in West Kalimantan Province. The method used is descriptive qualitative, data sources obtained from interviews with informants, observation and documentation. The analysis technique uses an interactive model by reducing, presenting, drawing conclusions and verification. The results of this study produce models and strategies for mitigating non-natural disasters with a collaborative strategy and a pentahelix approach. Trauma healing efforts have been carried out to provide understanding to the community with preventive measures. The obstacles faced in mitigation include the low level of public awareness in maintaining health protocols and the lack of incomplete SWAB equipment in every district / city.
Asrifai Asrifai
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 64-77; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.64-77.2021

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This article focuses on discussing governance, which is defined as the government's ability in governance. Governability is influenced by the number of parties, the degree of political polarization between parties, party participation in government, and the relationship between most of the parliament and the executive. This research was conducted using a qualitative method with a descriptive analytical approach that describes, describes, and analyzes the governability in Central Sulawesi after the election of governors and vice governors in 2015. Although it has the potential for divided government to occur in the Regional Government of Central Sulawesi because only 13 seats or 29% of 45 (forty-five) the number of seats in the Regional People's Representative Council (DPRD), but in fact throughout 2016-2020 it was running effectively. There has never been any rejection of government programs by the DPRD during the 2016-2020 government. An interesting finding in this research is that the capacity and background of the regional head from the regional head elections has a big role in building governance with the ability to establish communication and coordination with DPRD members. Regional heads with good capacities and a background in bureaucracy and politicians also influence the performance of local governments and are related to their relationship with the DPRD. The governor who governs and the interaction between the governor and the governed all contribute to governability, including the type of external influence
Fitri H Mamonto, Thelma Wawointana, Gloria Ervinsky Moningka
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 126-138; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.126-138.2021

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This research aims at how the Village Fund Direct Cash Unity program in the 2019 Corona Dessease Virus pandemic (Covid-19) In Tondegesan Village, Kawangkoan District, this research uses a qualitative approach method, and uses data techniques: observation, interviews and documentation, with data sources are : The Tondegesan Village Government and the Tondegesan Village Community, with the results of the research showing 1). The standards and targets that defined the criteria set did not qualify as BLT-DD recipients. 2) Characteristics of Implementers related to the nature and tendency of implementers in the distribution of BLT-DD to go through various stages carried out through village meetings 3) The communication between the village government and the community is due to the absence of socialization from the village government regarding the BLT-DD program. For request 1) Need to be implemented as much as possible with existing standards and the right target. 2) The village government must be more objective in determining the beneficiary families of BLT-DD according to the established criteria. 3) Communication is needed in creating a harmonious relationship.
Tri Yulianto, Vishnu Juwono
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 28-44; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.28-44.2021

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Efforts to improve the performance of research and scientific publications in Indonesian universities are still a challenge. Various problems often become an inhibiting factor for lecturers' research performance. This study analyzes how the performance and factors were inhibiting the performance of research and scientific publications at the Universitas Terbuka, which is the only Open and Distance Learning Higher Education institution (PTTJJ) in Indonesia. The research method used is qualitative descriptive. The results showed that although the number of research and journal publications increased during 2017-2019, the performance of research and scientific publications of Universitas Terbuka lecturers has not been optimal. Of the five factors are considered as obstacles, three of which are factors that are generally also found in other universities, namely the lack of competence and motivation of lecturers in researching, lack of research/laboratory support facilities, and the research culture among lecturers has not yet developed well. Meanwhile, two other factors were different findings, namely the issue of lecturer recruitment and development policies in the early days of the establishment of the Universitas Terbuka, which was not in line with the needs of the study program, and the problem of characteristics and workload of PTTJJ lecturers which are different from conventional university lecturers. Universitas Terbuka lecturers are not only obliged to carry out the tri dharma functions of higher education but they are also burdened with tasks related to the management of PTTJJ or quite a lot of academic administrative work.
Alfiyan Nooryan Putra Pikoli
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 152-168; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.152-108.2021

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The vision of the Global Maritime Fulcrum (GMF) for Indonesia not only raises national awareness but also gets international attention. Jokowi in the first term of his administration echoed this vision as the identity of his foreign policy. However, in its implementation, there are various shortcomings. As a result, the vision did not work out well. Especially during his second election as president of Indonesia, Jokowi no longer mentioned GMF as a priority policy. This paper aims to analyze the causes of the failure to implement the GMF vision in Jokowi's first term as president. Several previous studies on GMF were divided into 3 major studies, namely security studies, international cooperation, then regional and geopolitical studies. Most of these studies discuss GMF Indonesia's vision only in the international scope, such as cooperation formed with other countries, its influence on the region, geopolitical implications, and also on the perspective of threats and security. There is no research that specifically addresses the problems and challenges of the GMF. By the governmental and leadership approach in policy studies, this paper identifies the factors that have resulted in the GMF vision's lack of implementation. This article argues that uncoordinated governance, overlapping institutions, and Jokowi's lack of leadership are the main determinants of the success or failure of the GMF vision. The limitations of this study allow for further analysis of the economic perspective of GMF in subsequent studies.
Asna Aneta, Abdul Wahab Podungge, Robby Hunawa, Muten Nuna
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 169-180; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.169-180.2021

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This study is aimed at analyzing the difference in political participation of inland communities and coastal communities in addressing local elections as an embodiment of synergy in combating Covid-19 and money politics. In this qualitative research, the data were analyzed using an interactive model comprising three analysis components: (1) data reduction, (2) data display, and (3) data verification and conclusion drawing. According to the results, the way the coastal communities respond to the local election differs from that of the inland communities regarding sociological perspective. The coastal communities are not so keen on the election as they concentrate more on their fishing activities. On top of that, people in coastal areas spend most of their time at sea; thus, issues regarding the election are not that impactful for them. The inland communities, on the other hand, has different views thanks to their gregarious characteristic. All their activities and work-life are centralized in a workgroup, enabling the people to have ample time to find out their local leader candidates. This aspect underlines the reason for pluralism among inland communities’ political views, confirming the characteristic of individualism among people in coastal areas.
Johan Kurniawan, Roy Valiant Salomo
Publik (Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi), Volume 10, pp 78-95; https://doi.org/10.31314/pjia.10.1.78-95.2021

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The implementation of the duties and functions of government institutions in the President's closest circle is an interesting thing to research. Its strategic position does not necessarily make its role carried out optimally. This can be seen from the function of providing policy recommendations carried out by the Cabinet Secretariat. Problems such as the disobedience of stakeholders to the flow of policy submissions, as well as problems on administrative matters such as supporting rules, communication strategies, information technology support, the effectiveness of policy monitoring, and the implementation of sanctions, have made the implementation of such functions not run optimally. Therefore, this study aims to analyze the implementation of the function of providing policy recommendations by the Cabinet Secretariat. The analytical framework used in this study is Policy Implementation Theory, particularly the Administrative Implementation Model by Matland (1995). This research uses the qualitative method that is descriptive analysis, with the focus of the research is the Cabinet Secretariat in the period 2015 until now. The result of this study is the implementation of the function of providing policy recommendations in dealing with various challenges and problems. However, improvement efforts have been made so that the performance of the function of providing policy recommendations, which is the main performance of the Cabinet Secretariat, can be more optimal.
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