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Alexsander Yandra
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Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat, Universitas Lancang Kuning Jl. Yos Sudarso KM.8, Umban Sari, Rumbai, Kota Pekanbaru, Riau 28266 Office: (0761) 53581 | Phone: 081363063686 Email: joels@unilak.ac.id
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Kota pekanbaru,
Riau
INDONESIA
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership
Core Subject : Social,
The main focus is leadership topics, with interests in political participation, organizational behavior, human resource management, strategy, international management, and entrepreneurship.
Articles 28 Documents
Delivering Positive Message Through #BaliAman Vlog: President Joko Widodo’s Communication Strategy Anwar Anwar; Tatum Derin; Ratih Saltri Yudar; Nunung Susilo Putri; Ichsan Jazzawi
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i1.3402

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Since the seventh and current president of Indonesia, Joko Widodo (Jokowi), launched his personal video blog (vlog) channel, there has been a relatively sharp increase of studies on the President’s use of communication strategies on his vlogs. One video in particular, hashtagged with #BaliAman, was quite unique in the fact that it was meant to reduce Indonesian citizens’ fear of the state of the island after the Mount Agung’s eruption on November 2017. This present study covered the gap of the #BaliAman vlog being never studied in terms of how President Jokowi communicated the idea that Bali was safe in the face of the public’s vehement belief of the opposite. Using Penelope Brown & Stephen Levinson’s politeness theory, this present study reviewed the #BaliAman vlog to see the president’s use of the communication strategy. The results indicated that President Jokowi employed three strategies: positive face, negative face, and face threatening acts. Aside from how politeness theory applies to all situations that occur in our daily lives, this present study is significant for leaders who need to communicate safety ideas during a crisis.
Anomaly of the Death of Polling Station Committee Members (KPPS) during 2019 Elections in Pekanbaru Husni Setiawan; Afridelma Dwi Putri; Suriati Suriati; Novita Novita; Ridho Mardhianto
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i1.3424

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This study discusses the death of 15 KPPS members in Riau Province in election 2019. The death of KPPS members massively raised questions for the public. This study aims to describe and analyze the cause of death of 15 KPPS officers. This study used a descriptive qualitative approach by analyzing the data ethically and emic. This study used institutional analysis with the key informant is General Election Commission (KPU) Riau. The findings of this study are: First, the recruitment process of KPPS members has conducted under the technical guidelines for recruitment but does not have regular standards. Second, the death of 15 KPPS members caused due to exhausted and had a history of internal medicine. Third, the victim is given compensation by the government by established regulations.
The Distortion of Public Perception towards the Quick Count Results in 2019 Elections Zamhasari Zamhasari; Dhea Elsa Novita; Elhanna Rizky Juliani; Sriatin Sriatin
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i1.3425

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This article discusses public beliefs in results of quick count in 2019 elections. There was a problem of differences in public perception of the quick count results which caused various polemics in the community. The phenomenon occurs when people disagree to accuse fraud and conspiracy by one of the candidates with the pollsters and the media. The theory explained that there are still people who have not been able to distinguish between original news or facts and hoax. Through a media framing analysis approach, this study explains the impact of divisions among the people who perceive very different quick count results. Based on the facts or data, voter distortion in the election against the quick count results is caused by the lack of political education and civic culture for election participants in Indonesia.
Accessibility of 2019 Election Logistics (Study: Procurement and Distribution of Election Logistics in Riau Province) Novendra Hidayat; Andika Kurnia Putra; Bela Sintiya; Cindy Guswanti; Novri Elferida Sihotang
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i1.3426

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This study discusses the Procurement and Distribution of 2019 Election Logistics in Riau Province, Election Logistics has a central and strategic role as one of the aspects that determines the success of the election. The process included in the Election Logistics Distribution is the process of sending, receiving and withdrawing logistics. Based on the results of the 2019 Legislative election evaluation in the General Election Commission and the facts on the ground that there are weaknesses and shortcomings to the distribution process and monitoring of the 2019 Election Logistics in Riau. These shortcomings and weaknesses result in late ballot papers for people who will participate in voting. Through the Framing analysis approach, this research explains that Logistics Procurement and Distribution is still constrained by mechanisms that have not integrated technology such as the availability of Procurement and Distribution that are offline. Therefore, the Election Logistics Accessibility mechanism needs to be designed with an online model using information technology.
Portrait of Political Campaign Violations at the 2019 General Elections in Pekanbaru Nabella Pusparani; Natasya Assyura Putri; Delfy Agustina; Defy Rizky Ramadhany; Zullivi Muhardila
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i1.3427

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This study discusses election violations in 2019, which occurred in Pekanbaru. Six reports found to Election Supervisory Agency (BAWASLU), but none of these reports was followed up by BAWASLU. This phenomenon is the basis for the researcher to conduct a study of election violations in Pekanbaru to identify the forms of violations that occur. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach and selects the informants with purposive sampling. The data obtained from interviews with the Election Supervisory Agency Pekanbaru. The results of this study indicate that the form of violations that occur are indications of money politics committed by candidates, and there is a successful team conducting a campaign process during the quiet period.
Capability of Updating the List of Permanent Voters by Pekanbaru Election Commission During 2019 Election Rury Febrina; Friska Amanda; Jastika Nofriyanti; Juni Yulfiyanti Hutabarat
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i1.3436

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This article discusses the problem of double voter lists in Pekanbaru. General Elections Commission (KPU) Pekanbaru set 3.62 Million Final Voter List (DPT), and Election Supervisory Agency (Bawaslu) found 1,956 double DPT. The problem of double DPT is seen from the aspect of updating data from the KPU Pekanbaru in the process of determining the number of DPT through stages of matching and research (coklit). This study uses descriptive qualitative methods with informants determined by researchers. The informant for this research is KPU Pekanbaru. The data obtained have been analyzed with an ethical and emic approach to finding that the double DPT was caused by the coklit process, which was not optimally conducted by Pekanbaru's KPU. The coklit process was hampered because voters were not at their place, so the KPU only relied on data from the neighbourhood (RT).
The Consistency of Political Party in Legislative Recruitment Candidates on Election 2019 Alexsander Yandra; Irawati Irawati; Bunga Chintia Utami; Mutia Sari Nursafira
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i1.3493

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The legislative recruitment candidates as the election 2019 are still having problems including the candidates of legislative and former of the legislative convicted felon. This tendency occurs in legislative recruitment candidates by political parties both at central and regional levels, nationwide there are 199 legislative candidates and 49 corrupt legislative candidates. Thus, it is necessary to evaluate and to measure the consistency of Political Parties in the process of recruitment the legislative candidates. This research used the concepts of Election and Democracy theory and Political Recruitment. The type of this research is a single case with a qualitative approach by observation, in-depth interview and documentation. Informant selection using purposive sampling technique as of obtained the informants who are suitable for the research criteria, namely commissioner of KPUD Riau, Bawaslu Riau and Elite Political Parties. Furthermore, data analysis through ethical and emic interpretation afterwards elaborate in a study of electoral and democratic governance as according to the discussion under this study. The result of this research showed that consistency of political parties in legislative recruitment candidates as the election 2019 is not selected yet and half-hearted in spirit establishment for anti-corruption. The bad intuitional of political parties in develop structure and political culture, thus showing that the caderization process is not professional-oriented parties in functional political recruitment.
The Violation of Campaign Props Installation in 2019 Election in Pekanbaru Adrian Faridhi
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i1.3537

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The holding of the 2019 Election is a historic event for the Indonesian Nation, because it is the first election that combines the Election of President and Vice President with the Legislative Election. Law Number 7 of 2017 concerning General Elections regulates the Campaign mechanism, one of which relates to the use of Campaign Props, yet the regulation in its implementation still violates the use of campaign props. With the interest of investigating this problem, this study used the research methodology in the form of sociological juridical research on primary data collected from field research. The results of this study showed the campaign props that violate the provisions of the legislation derived from installation, and some props are still installed even though the campaign period has finished. The solution of this research is advocating the need for close supervision of the installation of campaign props and outreach for election participants and the winning team not to violate the provisions of the election law.
The Regional Head Elections (Pilkada) 2020 During Covid-19 Pandemic: A Projection Hizra Marisa; Ade Pornauli; Achmad Indra; Alya Aurora
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i2.4424

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This study aims to find out a projection and how the development of elections during COVID-19 pandemic. The regional heads elections is one manifestation of the reform movement in 1998 which wants a change in state administration after being dominated by authoritarianism to become democratic. This election is known to the public as a venue for the election of regional heads who will serve or lead. Covid-19 pandemic is a virus transmission and causes an outbreak ove the world including Indonesia. A number of regions contributed to the 2020 elections. The regional head election system in 2020 is the third time held in Indonesia. The ballot is planned to be held simultaneously on September 2020. The total area that will carry out simultaneous regional head elections in 2020 is 270 regions with 9 provinces, 224 districts and 37 cities. The government regulation in lieu of law number 2/2020 on the local election was finally set by President Joko Widodopada on May 4th, 2020. The election which originally took place on September 23rd was finally postponed for 3 months, which became on December 2020. This step was criticized because it was considered ignoring COVID-19 pandemic.
Problems of Voting Rights in Elections in Siak Regency, Riau Province Sahat Matua; Adrian Faridhi; Sudi Fahmi; Alexander Yandra
JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/joels.v1i2.4588

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Elections are a means of democracy used to rotate governmental circles, both executive and legislative powers. Voter participation in the holding of elections in 2019 is very high compared to the previous elections and therefore the potential for voters who cannot use their voting rights is very high as well. The research method used is sociological juridical research methods, with data collection techniques from primary data sources, data collection techniques by interviewing, observing, and studying literature. Problems in the form of the exercise of voting rights in Siak Regency in the General Election, that every voter can use their voting rights at the polling station, but in the implementation of simultaneous elections in 2019 in Siak District there are still Voters who cannot give their voting rights due to the endless availability of ballots, this is due to lack of effective in carrying out the data collection of potential voters conducted by election organizers when updating data, systems and infrastructure and the readiness of organizers to face simultaneous elections, low public awareness of their own voting rights.

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