Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan

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Tahani Al Tuffahati, Ikhwan Rahmatika Latif, Syarah Arifa, Muntaha Mardhatillah
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 4, pp 8-16;

The purpose of this research is to examine the West Aceh District's strategy for overcoming undergraduate unemployment and reaching the poverty level. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method by examining various government policy strategies that have been proposed to do so. The results of the study found that the government had issued several policies aimed at reducing poverty due to high unemployment, such as issuing permits to open business locations in various fields in West Aceh, issuing permits for establishing large companies after fulfilling special procedures and requirements, implementing pre-employment programs, and implementing programs for productive workforce training at the West Aceh job training center.
Wahyu Tristiana, Ekapti Wahjuni Dj, Dian Suluh Kusuma Dewi
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 4, pp 1-7;

This paper aims to see how the Recruitment and Cadreization Process of Women in the Great Indonesia Movement Party, Ponorogo Regency. This study uses a qualitative descriptive research design approach. The results of the study stated that the Gerindra Party DPC Ponorogo Regency uses an open recruitment procedure using selection where every citizen has the right to receive equal treatment and to participate in the political process by joining a political party, not only the party also judges from the experience of the organization, popularity and financial potential of cadre candidates who are prepared as legislative candidates. The process of recruiting political parties is the beginning of political parties, the purpose of which is to prepare recruited cadres who can compete with political cadres from other parties and have the ability to carry out their duties and obligations when elected in the political competition. the recruitment process includes the process of preparing human resources so that in the future they become leaders who can better build the roles and functions of the party and this regeneration is carried out in stages and systematically. Even in political party institutions, affirmative action is carried out by requiring political parties to include at least female representatives in 30% of the establishment as well as in management at the central level
Muhammad Reza Fahlevy, Muhammad Hairul Saleh, Niken Nurmiyati
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 4, pp 42-57;

This study aims to determine the existence of bureaucracy in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0. This study used the descriptive qualitative method. The results of the study show that the industrial revolution 4.0 brought significant changes to the conditions of the bureaucracy in Indonesia. This is supported by data that Indonesia is ranked 5th in Southeast Asia with an electronic-based government system or known as e-government. E-government services in the Industry 4.0 era are very important for the government because the presence of e-government makes the service process carried out by the government have good accountability and transparency, this certainly affects the number or complexity of services in the bureaucracy. With the existence of e-government, it will improve the quality of public services from those that initially had pathology to now an innovative bureaucracy.
Rachmat Ramdani, Cucu Sugiarti, Rizzka Aulia Anggriani
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 4, pp 17-31;

This research highlights the concept of preventing early marriage through the Adolescent Information and Counseling Center (PIK-R) program at the Karawang Regency Population Control and Family Planning Office. This research uses qualitative research methods with case study design and data analysis using the Miles and Huberman model. The theory that researchers use in this study is the prevention of early marriage according to Noorkasiani, et al (Ulfah, 2018). Based on the findings in the field, the four dimensions have not gone well. First, in the dimension of directing adolescents who are not married, it was found that there was no formation of the PIK-R group and the absence of supporting facilities and infrastructure. Second, the education dimension of adolescents who are married was found that adolescents who are married have not received PAP (First Child Delay) education from ppkb Pedes and KUA districts and lack of budget to implement the PAP program. Third, regarding the dimension of counseling families who have adolescents, the findings of researchers in the field, namely the establishment of Adolescent Family Development (BKR) in Pedes District have not been evenly distributed and there are only two groups that get a District Decree and the absence of regeneration of BKR members which causes the education provided unevenly to other communities. Fourth, namely in the dimension of socialization of young marriage culture, it was found that there was no socialization provided by related agencies that socialize the culture of marrying young in society so that the culture of marrying young would continue to develop. The non-running of these four dimensions in preventing early marriage causes the spread of reproductive education and early marriage to adolescents not to run. So that this is one of the factors causing free behavior in adolescents who end up in early marriage.
Nugroho Rendi, Hikmah Muhaimin, Revi Firmala, Elsa Nur Aini, Khisamuddin Khisamuddin, Faisal Mubarok
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 4, pp 32-41;

Sajen Village. Pacet Sub-District and Mojokerto Regency were the target research locations. This research is to find out how the management of human resources in government affects UMKM growth in Sajen Village, Pacet District, and Mojokerto Regency. This study used a qualitative methodology, and the informants were approached directly. Data collection techniques include observation and interviews; descriptive research is the methodology employed. The findings of this study indicate that the village government program in Sajen Village to develop UMKM has actually helped the surrounding community in developing their businesses. Not only the community, but the Sajen Village Government has also received attention from other villages. The Mojokerto Regency Government is no exception and pays attention to and appreciates the management of human resources in the Sajen Village Government because it has developed its UMKM program with village communities, which in the end can be implemented and the community can also improve its economy. The Sajen Village Government also experienced problems or obstacles in carrying out this program due to a lack of community initiative to participate in activity events held by the village government
Muhammad Reza Fahlevy, Burhanudin Burhanudin
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 3, pp 74-84;

This study aims to look at the concept of decentralization in public services which takes a case study of the innovation of Samsat Care services in Makassar City. This type of research is a qualitative descriptive research using a literature study approach. The results of this study indicate that the concept of decentralization in services, especially in the realm of innovation in Samsat Care services in the city of Makassar, has been implemented well. The collaboration between the National Police, the Provincial Revenue Service, and PT Jasa Raharja (Persero) has been going well so that one of the positive impacts is that it can increase Regional Original Income (PAD). This can be used as evidence that decentralization can have a significant impact on the economy of a region, one of which is the innovation of Samsat Care services in Makassar City.
Salmawati Salmawati, Awal Fikri, Masni Banggu
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 3, pp 132-145;

This study aims at identifying the efforts and obstacles of the village government in promoting mangrove ecotourism in Teluk Dore village. This research uses a descriptive qualitative approach. The findings shows that the efforts of the village government in promoting mangrove ecotourism are carried out by extending market-share through promotion in social media and the establishment of gazebos for meeting places, performing tourist attractions, improving accessibilities, improving ecotourism services, and empowering the organizarions. Its main obstacles are the lack of funding sources and inadequate ecotourism facilities and security patrols. Although sub-district and district government support the efforts of Teluk Dore village government, the lack of cooperation with other parties contributes to the problems in developing mangrove ecotourism Teluk Dore at higher level.
Achmad Achmad, Fadillah Afrivo Nasir
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 3, pp 119-131;

This research examines how the implementation and contribution of Indonesia-Singapore special economic zone cooperation on Batam, Bintan, and Karimun Islands in the era of Jokowi-Jusuf Kalla administration in 2015-2019. The research employs a qualitative descriptive method, with a library research approach by analyzing the phenomenon of developing special economic zones. The results of this study show that the development of a special economic zone between Indonesia and Singapore is a strategy of economic interest through a pattern of bilateral cooperation. The collaboration is manifested in the optimization of three regions, namely Batam, Bintani, and Karimun as investment land. Optimization is carried out with tax exemption as a form of facilitating investment services. In addition, special economic zones are also manifested in the concept of free trade in the three development areas (Batam, Bintan, and Karimun), whose contribution is in the form of growth of Gross Regional Domestic Product in each region.
Muslim Afandi, Rizki Erdayani, Syed Agung Afandi, M Rafi
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 3, pp 85-99;

This study aims to analyze the autonomy policy of education in Indonesia. This study uses a qualitative approach with library research techniques. The results of this study indicate that the increase in the education budget allocation has not been able to increase the competitiveness of national education in the global arena. The implementation of educational autonomy through the establishment of various policies, including school-based management and the independent campus policy aims to give authority to educational institutions to provide flexibility in the management of education. Although the education autonomy policy has been able to increase the national education participation rate, this policy also raises new problems such as policy conflicts between the central government, regional governments, and educational institutions, inefficiency in education management, the occurrence of new corrupt practices, and education policies that tend to be top-down. The conclusion is that although it is in line with the demands of reform, education autonomy in Indonesia does not necessarily improve the quality of national education.
Christensen Eldisa Joshua, Budiman Budiman, Badruddin Nasir Nasir, Rita Kalalinggi, E. Letizia Dyastari
Journal of Government Science (govsci) : Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Volume 3, pp 100-118;

The land of a river bank village of Tering Lama continues to erode, and it could cause this village to disappear. This research attempts to study the factors that influence its existence in order to survive. This study uses a qualitative descriptive research method to determine such factors. The study found that there are some influentual factors, namely traditions, habits, social interaction, environmental conditions, and the role of the government. The most determining ones are the environmental conditions and the role of the government. In fact, while some have left the river bank area, a considerable number of people of Tering Lama village can still survive from degraded environmental conditions such as landslides because they are very enthusiastic in protecting the environment to preserve their traditional culture that has existed for so long. In cooperation with village government, their important effort was placing sand bags in the eroded river bank as sheet pile. Recently, they had been supported by the district government by constructing gabion wire as sheet pile. All of these ecological efforts are of importance in preserving their culture and tradition.
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