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An Analysis of Actors in the Implementation of Public Policy on Accessibility of Persons with Disabilities for Work in Indonesia’s Special Region Yogyakarta Muhammad Akbar Maulana; Dian Eka Rahmawati; Achmad Nurmandi
JPPUMA: Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan dan Sosial Politik UMA (Journal of Governance and Political Social UMA) Vol 8, No 2 (2020): JPPUMA: Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan dan Sosial Politik UMA (Journal of Governance a
Publisher : Universitas Medan Area

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31289/jppuma.v8i2.3614

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This study aims to analyze the implementation of public policy on the accessibility of persons with disabilities to get a job in Yogyakarta. It focuses on the actors implementing the policy in the Indonesian region, namely the provincial government of Yogyakarta as the implementer and policymaker, private companies, and Non-Government Organization (NGOs), which should be the stakeholders of the policy, program, and activities in distributing labors with disabilities. To approach this problem, the researchers use the theory of Van Meter and Horn as a reference. Data have been collected through interviews and documentation that later on analyzed qualitatively with the software of NVivo 12 plus. This study concludes that providing employment opportunities for persons with disabilities has not been implemented optimally. First, it is due to the absence of aftercare services, namely follow-up assistance for persons with disabilities after participating in training and rehabilitation programs held by the Regional Government. Secondly, law enforcement in the policy implementation that is pro disabilities (inclusion) to private companies is not optimal. Third, the lack of coordination among the actors in the efforts of empowering persons with disabilities. 
Gender Discourse and Women Movements in Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) RAHMAWATI, DIAN EKA
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 6, No 2 (2015): August 2015
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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The involvement of NU gender activists with the femi-nism ideas, the strengthening of democracy issues in Islam, and the effects of civil society development introduced by NGO or new social movement have made gender discourse and women movement in-side NU in dynamic. The occurrence of the new dis-courses brought by some NU gender activist results in the thought and movement among the NU activ-ists community. It also happens inside the NU’s struc-ture. Further implication, some activists who disagree with the thought and movement of Muslimat and Fatayat as NU female organization found other in-stitutions outside the NU’s structure. It shows that gender thought and women movement in NU is not static and anti-politics, on the contrary, it becomes dynamic and political because each actor involved inside try to affect and dominate each other both in discursive and praxis levels. This article aims to ex-plain critically the various studies that have been done about the gender discourse and the women movements in NU. The discussion will begin with the development of the gender discourse and women movements in the general overview, the develop-ment gender discourse and Muslim women move-ments, the influence of the gender discourse and women movements in NU. After that, it will be fol-lowed by the analysis of various literatures on gen-der discourse and women movements in NU as seen from the structural and cultural perspectives
Transformational Leadership in the City of Yogyakarta During Herry Zudianto’s Era ZUHRIYATI, ERNI; RAHMAWATI, DIAN EKA
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 5, No 2 (2014): August 2014
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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Political and governmental transformation that tookplace after the 1998 reformation brought the necessityfor the bureaucracy to make self improvement.Bureaucratic performance in providing public servicesbecame the main focus. In this framework, leadershipis the significant factor in performing a seriesof government innovation. This study aims to describethe implementation of transformational leadershipto create an innovative government inYogyakarta during Herry Zudianto’s Era. The categoryof this study is a qualitative research. The dataused is primary data that was obtained by interview,questionnaire, and observation, and secondary dataobtained with the technique of data collection documentation.The results showed that Herry Zudiantohas the criteria of transformative leadership in doinggovernment innovation with characteristics ofthe four dimensions, namely idealized influence, inspirationalmotivation, intellectual stimulation andindividualized consideration. Transformational leadershipby contextual style according to the demandsof the contemporary socio-politics has implicationsfor the occurrence of a change of two organizationalentities, namely organizational culture andinnovation in policy implementation.Keywords: transformational leadership,government’s innovation, governments ofYogyakarta
Modal Caleg Perempuan dan Politik Patriarkhi dalam Pemilihan Umum di Indonesia: Keterwakilan Perempuan pada Pemilu 2019 di Kabupaten Sleman Dessy Ramadhany; Dian Eka Rahmawati
JISPO : Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 10, No 1 (2020): JISPO Vol 10 No 1 2020
Publisher : Centre for Asian Social Science Research (CASSR), FISIP, UIN Bandung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/jispo.v10i1.7237

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Tingkat keterwakilan perempuan dalam politik Indonesia tidak terlepas dari ragam faktor, salah satunya adalah modal yang dimilikinya. Kajian ini menjelaskan modal yang dimiliki caleg perempuan di tengah politik patriarkhi dalam Pemilihan Umum (Pemilu) dengan fokus analisis pada kasus Kabupaten Sleman pada 2019. Keterwakilan perempuan sebagai anggota DPRD di kabupaten ini merupakan tertinggi dibanding kabupaten lain di Yogyakarta, yaitu sebanyak 13 kursi (26%) dari total 50 kursi. Kajian ini menemukan bahwa meski perolehan kursi perempuan tampak terus meningkat, tetapi peningkatannya tidak signifikan karena modal caleg perempuan dikendalikan oleh politik patriarkhi melalui medan Pemilu. Dengan menggunakan teori Bourdieu tentang modal, artikel ini berargumen bahwa modal –politik, sosial, ekonomi dan simbolik- diyakini sangat penting bagi perempuan untuk terjun dalam politik, tetapi pada kenyataannya modal itu ditentukan oleh habitus politik patriarkhi dalam kesadaran caleg perempuan dalam mengarungi medan persaingan politik Pemilu yang umumnya didominasi oleh struktur kelas laki-laki. Karena itu, meski sistem politik dalam Pemilu menyediakan afirmasi bagi caleg perempuan, dalam praktiknya, dominasi habitus politik patriarki yang dikendalikan oleh struktur kelas dalam masyarakat tidak memungkinkan caleg perempuan untuk mendapatkan suara yang lebih banyak dibanding laki-laki.The representation level of Indonesian women in politics cannot be separated from a variety of factors, such as capital. This study explains the capital owned by female candidates midst of patriarchal politics in General Election with a special focus on the case of Sleman Regency in 2019. In the case of Sleman, women occupied 13 seats out of 50 seats at DPRD (local parliament), which was the highest achievement compared to other districts in Yogyakarta. This study found that although the acquisition of women's seats continued to increase, it was not significant because patriarchal politics controlled the female legislative candidates’ capital through the electoral field. Employing Bourdieu's theory of capital, this study argues capital –social, economic, political dan symbolic- was regarded important for women to engage in politics, but in reality this variety of capital was determined by the patriarchal political habitus of female candidates in the general election, which is generally dominated by men. Therefore, although the political system in elections provides affirmation for female candidates, in practice, patriarchal domination controlled by class structures in society does not allow them to get more votes than men.  
NGO and Community Empowerment Based on Local Wisdom (a Case Study of Spedagi NGO in Temanggung, Central Java, 2018-2019) Rahmawati, Dian Eka; Astuti, Dwi Woro
Journal of Governance and Public Policy Vol 6, No 3 (2019): October 2019
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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Community empowerment is an effort to develop community skills through various activities by utilizing the potential of existing resources so that it has a positive impact on the socio-economic activities of the community. One significant role in community empowerment is the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). This study aims to analyze the role of the NGO Spedagi in empowering rural communities based on local wisdom through the Papringan Market activity in Temanggung, Central Java.This study used a qualitative method. The researchers collected the data through observation, documentation, and interview techniques. The observation was examining various activities in Spedagi NGOs and the community, as well as the condition of the Papringan Market, was the observation. The researchers collected data for documentation from several types of literature, documents, websites, and official social media. The NGO's manager, the village leaders, the community, and Papringan Market traders were the parts of interviews. The results of this study found two purposes of the NGO Spedagi in empowering communities based on local wisdom through the Papringan Market. They were political and non-political purposes. The political role could be seen from the efforts to strengthen the capacity and articulation of community interests to increase community bargaining to influence village government policies while the non-political role could be seen from the efforts of the NGO Spedagi along with the local community to carry out physical development, economic empowerment, and social empowerment that lead to sustainability by utilizing the local potential.
Organizing Public Health Services Based on Best Practice Study of the "Layad Rawat" Innovation Program in Bandung Aditya Putera Adiguna; Dian Eka Rahmawati
Jurnal Ilmiah Tata Sejuta STIA Mataram Vol 6 No 1 (2020): JURNAL ILMIAH Tata Sejuta STIA Mataram
Publisher : LPPM Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Administrasi (STIA) Mataram

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32666/tatasejuta.v6i1.115

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This research is motivated by the efforts of the Bandung City Government in improving the quality of health services that have been conducted conventionally, citizens must visit a health facility to be served. The problems of a city, especially the city of Bandung have developed so complex that conventional solutions are often not able to overcome the problems in health care, so more innovative solutions are needed to solve health service problems in Bandung. The innovation was named Layad Rawat. Through this program, Bandung City has sought to improve health services and facilitate community needs. Data collection techniques, carried out by in-depth interviews with the Department of Health and UPT P2KT, official regulations. The results showed the Layad Rawat program was accordance with best practice criteria, seen from the results of the program, partnerships with the private sector, the role of mayor Bandung city, equality to access services, sustainability, and adoption by other regions . Through Layad Rawat, people in Bandung City no longer have difficulty in getting access to health services, only calling the Call Center 119. Layad Rawat innovation practices in improving the quality of health services in Bandung City is the best solution in responding the problems. Keywords: Innovation, Health Service, Layad Rawat
CORRUPTION IN PROCUREMENT OF GOODS AND SERVICES IN MAKASSAR CITY Matza, Salmawati; Rahmawati, Dian Eka; Nurmandi, Achmad; Suswanta, Suswanta
Journal of Governance and Public Policy Vol 7, No 2 (2020): June 2020
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jgpp.72128

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The rise of corruption cases in Indonesia at this time every year is always increasing, this causes the community to feel uneasy with corruptors who are still rampant everywhere. The percentage and network of corruption Edy of the supreme court judge?s Decision no.23 /Pid.Sus-TPK/2019/Pn Mks is quite interesting to examine especially if we can see who the dominant actors are in this case, both from the planning process, the bidding process, the bid evaluation process, and implementation and evaluation. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach which illustrates the phenomenon of Edy corruption case in the supreme court?s decision no.23/Pid.Sus-TPK/ 2019/Pn Mks. Descriptive analysis in this study uses the Nvivo 12 Plus software. Data from this study were sourced from the supreme court decision no.23/Pid.Sus-TPK/2019/Pn Mks and previous research relating to the corruption of edy. the results of this discussion the conclusions that the author can take from the presentation of the analysis above are based on the decision of the supreme court no.23 / Pid.Sus-TPK/2019/Pn Mks analyzed with nvivo12 Plus in general from the four processes above can be seen corporate 44%, Government 52%. 
Power Contestation on Marriage Age Discourse in Dealing with Islamic Value: a Case Study on Nahdlatul Ulama RAHMAWATI, DIAN EKA; DARWIN, MUHADJIR; AHMAD, MUNAWAR
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 9, No 1 (2018): February 2018
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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This study aims to understand the debate on the issue of early prevention from the perspective of NU and NU women activist group. Why there is a difference between NU structures and NU women activist groups. What the knowledge regime that underlies the legitimacy of their attitude is. What are the interests behind differences in attitudes and knowledge regimes used. This study uses a qualitative method. The data was collected by interviewing the board of Muslimat NU, PP Fatayat NU, and PP Rahima and collecting documentation from books, journals, magazines, printed and online newspapers, official website, and mass media decisions. Data analysis techniques performed with data reduction, data display, and conclusion. The result shows that differences in attitudes about the issue of early marriage between NU structures and NU women activist groups stem from different perspectives and interests. Differences perspectives can be seen from differences in interpretation "baligh" as the basis for setting marriage age limit. The interest of the NU structures to accomodate early marriage practices are still prevalent among NU and maintain the status quo of the NU gender habitus. The interest of NU women activist groups is to contextually interpret fikih and to fight for the ideology of theological feminism prosecuting patriarchy within the NU gender habitus. NU Women’s activist groups can reproduce reason about gender relation in Islam that derived from the accumulation of social capital and cultural capital. Keywords: Power Contestation, Marriage Age Discourse, Early Marriage, Capitals, Habitus, Nahdlatul Ulama Women's Activist
Women’s Electability in the 2019 Legislative Elections in Kulon Progo Regency Dian Eka Rahmawati; Devi Syahfitri
JIP (Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan) : Kajian Ilmu Pemerintahan dan Politik Daerah Vol 6 No 1 (2021): Good Governance and Local Politic
Publisher : Universitas Pancasakti Tegal

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Women's representation is indispensable in the policy making process related to women's interests and needs. Kulon Progo Regency is the only regency in DIY Province that has increased the number of female candidates elected in the 2019 legislative elections. This study aims to analyze the factors that influence women's elections in Kulon Progo Regency in the 2019 legislative elections. This study uses qualitative methods. Data collection is done by documentation and interview techniques. The results showed that there had been an increase in the selection of female candidates by 2.5% compared to the 2014 legislative elections. Factors supporting women's electability: family support, social skills, education and political experience, support from political parties, and solidity of the success team. Inhibiting factors for women's electability: competition with incumbents, lack of education and political experience, open proportional electoral systems, limited funds, and limited campaign time.
FACTORS AFFECTING WOMEN SELECTION IN 2019 ELECTION IN BANTUL REGENCY Hastuti, Dita Winda; Rahmawati, Dian Eka
POLITICO Vol 20, No 2 (2020): Jurnal POLITICO Fisipol
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Jember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32528/politico.v20i2.4369

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This study aims to determine how the representation of women in the 2019 elections in Bantul Regency and analyze what are the factors that influence the choice of women in the 2019 elections in Bantul Regency. This type of research is qualitative, with data collection techniques in the form of documentation and interviews. The analysis technique used is data reduction, data presentation, and data verification. Bantul Regency in the representation of women has fulfilled the quota of 30% or more and is precisely inversely proportional to the choice of women who did not reach the 30% quota. Therefore, researchers are interested in making Bantul Regency a case study in this research. The results of this study show that firstly, there was a gap in the number and percentage between women's representation totaling 204 people or equivalent to 46% with the electability of women in the 2019 elections in Bantul Regency only amounting to 4 people or 8.9%. Second, there are additional factors that can be categorized into supporting factors, namely political party support, cadre motivation, family factors, track record, and a lot of basis of mass and inhibiting factors namely incumbent who is re-nominating and money politics.