International Journal Papier Public Review

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EISSN : 2709-023X
Current Publisher: Information-integrated Global Society Studies (10.47667)
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Nurul Idil Fitri, Pengerang Moenta, Rusnadi Padjung
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 2, pp 40-48; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v2i1.71

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This study aims to determine the Coastal Zone Development Strategy as a Tourism Object in Mamuju Regency. This type of research is qualitative research using the exploratory method. In the selection of research, informants were carried out deliberately (purposive sampling) with as many as 7 informants. Data analysis with an interactive model consists of three stages of data reduction, data presentation, drawing conclusions. The results showed that the policy in developing the coastal area as a tourist destination in the Mamuju Regency area by increasing the promotion of regional tourism in Mamuju Regency, developing environmentally-based productive tourism, growing the active role of the community to participate in building the tourism sector, and increasing the role of local government, Private sector and society in tourism development in Mamuju regency. Factors that influence the development of tourism, namely the supporting factors in the management of tourist objects, namely the potential of the area and the active role of the community so that they can develop and build a tourist attraction for Tapandullu Beach that is better and can attract the attention of tourists. While the inhibiting factors in Tapandullu Beach Tourism Governance are inadequate facilities and infrastructure and limited budget so that it hinders the process of developing the Tapandullu Beach tourism object. The managerial strategy for developing tourist beach tourism is realized in the form of strengthening the mass tourist market segment and developing the tourism market segment to optimize the development of coastal tourism destinations.
Armando Dermaku, Erost Balliu
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 2, pp 18-22; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v2i1.67

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This article discusses the views of conflict related to the factors causing conflict and conflict management strategies. The results of the discussion show that other potential sources of conflict are personal factors which include the value system that each individual has, personality characteristics that cause individuals to be unique and different from other individuals. The fact shows that certain personality types, such as individuals who are very authoritarian, dogmatic, and have low regard for others, are potential sources of conflict. If one of these conditions occurs in a group, and employees are aware of it, then the perception arises that in the group there is a conflict. Each group has different goals and each strives to achieve them. This problem occurs because when groups become more attached to their own goals or norms. This situation is called perceived conflict. The problem solving strategy in conflict is the basic assumption that all parties have a desire to handle the conflict that occurs and therefore it is necessary to find measures that can satisfy the parties involved in the conflict. On the basis of these assumptions, the problem solving strategy must always go through two important stages, namely the process of finding ideas and the process of maturing them.
Rismawati Rismawati, Juraid Abd. Latief, Muh. Nawawi, Intam Kurnia
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 2, pp 9-17; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v2i1.66

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One of the development priorities is the strategy of decentralization by granting the regions the fullest possible autonomy to administer and handle government affairs within the context of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia, Today, many new models and principles of management have been used, especially in the business world, to be implemented in the education world later on. School-based management, where policy enforcement operates linearly from policy decisions, implementers and public policy results, is one of the models adopted. The application of the Van Meter and Van Horn Model Policy explains that many interrelated variables affect policy efficiency, one of which is the criteria and policy priorities / steps and policy targets that are the metrics used in this analysis, Technique used in this thesis is a qualitative research methodology with a system of descriptive analysis. The aims and priorities of the MBS program have received a favorable feedback from the education unit based on the study outcomes, but the reaction and level of public awareness have not been ideal. This is due to the lack of socialization in educational units, notably at junior high school level, where expectations and targets have been developed and the policy success can be assessed, although it can not be a certainty that the policy goals will be accomplished. If there is no engagement from authorities or individuals or groups of individuals who are responsible for enforcing public policy at the level of regional government.
Sitti Mutmainnah Syam, Syamsul Bachri, Andi Pangerang Moenta
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 2, pp 23-29; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v2i1.63

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This research aims to know and explain the application of the principles of good governance, namely the principles of transparency and participation and the constraints of applying the principles of transparency and participation in public services. The research method used is empirical research method, to achieve this goal, so this research uses data collection techniques through interviews, observations, document studies, and documentation. While the data sources used are primary and secondary data sources. The approach of this research is conceptual approach that is moving from the views or doctrines that develop in the science of law and the approach of the Law, namely the approach carried out by edilah regulation related to legal issues that are being studied. The results revealed that the principle of transparency has not run optimally because the SOP has not been informed to the public, the principle of participation has not run optimally because the management of complaints has not been good. Therefore, in the context of public services that are a very strategic part in measuring good governance needs to be optimized by providing SOP information on information boards, websites, brochures, opening complaints through social media or working with village officials, head of Cluster Area to directly socialize public service procedures and policies to the community.
Irwansyah Reza Mohamad, Ismet Hadi
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 2, pp 30-39; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v2i1.68

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The uncertainty of legal regulations on the fulfillment of education rights for persons with disabilities creates serious problems. The absence of special arrangements causes overlapping responsibilities which will result in not being integrated into programs that support the educational needs of persons with disabilities. This problem requires the seriousness of local governments to provide protection and fulfillment of education rights for persons with disabilities. This study aims to determine the legal policy for the Protection and Fulfillment of the Right to Education and to formulate an affirmative action model for the protection and fulfillment of the education rights of persons with disabilities in the future. This study uses empirical legal research, namely research that initially examines secondary data, then continues with research on primary data through interview data collection. The results of the research show that local governments still seem to have not fully provided protection and fulfillment of the rights of persons with disabilities to adequate education so that they face various kinds of discrimination, even though there are regulations at the level of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia and laws that have guaranteed it. Second, regulations at the level of Regional Regulations in Gorontalo Province have not reached the lateness of fulfilling the right to education both inclusively and specifically in a systematic and comprehensive manner. It is necessary to have a legal reform in the form of affirmative policies in the field of education for persons with disabilities.
Lalu Wiresapta Karyadi
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 2, pp 54-66; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v2i1.73

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Local agricultural institutions as an important structure to support the food security system have been marginalized and replaced by formal social institutions that seem foreign to certain communities. This study aims to reveal and explain the existence and role of local agricultural institutions in strengthening the food security of rural communities on the island of Lombok. The research was designed with a qualitative research model. Data collection using several techniques, namely: in-depth interviews, direct observation and literature study. Data analysis used qualitative analysis with interactive models. Analyzes were carried out during data collection and after the end of data collection. The results showed the existence of agricultural institutions in rural areas of Lombok island based on: land control, production processes, provision / utilization of labor, irrigation, harvest and production sharing, storage and distribution of results, the roots of cultural values ​​of the Sasak ethnic community which are the spirit of institutional development of food security are: a sense of togetherness, help to help, peace and peace of life, obedience and decency (the will to build self-image), and harmony in social and spiritual life. The roles and functions of local institutions for the Sasak ethnic community are: Regulating the system of division of labor, distribution of products and income, strengthening social cohesiveness, managing resources, strengthening social participation, building social harmony, and strengthening the food security system.
Bianca Laiu, Sara Voicu
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 2, pp 1-8; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v2i1.65

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This article aims to discuss personnel management in terms of needs-oriented recruitment planning aspects in organizational development. The determinant of the success of a company is human or labor. Even labor provides the largest contribution to the success of a company compared to other factors such as capital, raw materials or machinery. However, not all workers can become productive workers. This workforce must be selected, placed, trained and assessed for their achievements and given appreciation for every achievement that they have contributed to the company. If the conditions of a company allow it to provide benefits or insurance to each of its workers, this will increase the workforce productivity. During its development, the company will face increasingly complex manpower problems, thus human resource management must be carried out professionally by a separate department within a company, namely the Human Resource Department. Human Resource Management or better known as Personnel Management is management that specializes in the field of personnel or in staffing.
Muslimov N. A, Umarova Z. A
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 2, pp 49-53; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v2i1.70

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This article discusses media resources influence in self-education. Methods of formation of students' media-information competencies in the organization of self -education of students through media resources, ensuring their activity and independence in cognitive activity, the formation of professional skills, and the development of creative and critical thinking skills are covered. The technique proposed in media instruction models is more often than not based on cycles (pieces, modules) of imaginative and play errands that are effectively utilized by instructors in the course and out of course exercises.
Vladisik Palovac
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 1, pp 26-30; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v1i2.16

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This article discusses the factors that determine the strength of public organizational culture in terms of togetherness, intensity and morale. The method used is a mix of methods or a mixture of qualitative and quantitative. Togetherness increases if work is done together outside the room, but morale has the same inside and outside the room, but togetherness will be high if work activities are carried out outside. Organizational culture is a reflection of the formal and informal organizations formed within the organization concerned. Togetherness and group dynamics, namely encouraging their work not to be individualized and the center of power not in one hand. The main step that we really need to do is to select the best seeds or the best employees to be united into a team. However, keep in mind that good employees don't mean they don't have any shortcomings.
Renold Goedurov
International Journal Papier Public Review, Volume 1, pp 31-36; doi:10.47667/ijppr.v1i2.17

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This article discusses the literature review on Public Sector Organizations, especially in the Work Environment, Behavior and Employee Discipline. The external environment refers to the factors and forces that are outside the organization but affect organizational performance. The specific environment is external forces that have a direct impact on decision making. Discipline is the desire and awareness to obey organizational rules and social norms. Therefore, discipline is an important means of achieving goals, therefore discipline development is a very important part of management. Any management in its implementation requires discipline of all members of the organization. Discipline is also said to be a means of training and educating people on rules so that there is compliance and so that they can run in an orderly and orderly manner in the organization. The existence of an attitude of work discipline, the results of employee work will be good and maximum. Of course this will have a positive impact on the sustainability of the company. The work done in a disciplined manner by employees will contribute to the organization.
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