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Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan
ISSN : 19078374     EISSN : 23378220     DOI : 10.18196/jgp
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Journal of Government and Politics ISBN:1907-8374 Online: 2337-8220 is the journal published biannually by the Department of Government Affairs and Administration, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia collaborate with Asia Pacific Society For Public Affairs (APSPA) and Asosiasi Dosen Ilmu Pemerintahan Indonesia (ADIPSI). The journal aims to publish research articles within the broad field of public policy, public organization and administration, governance and democracy.
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Anarkisme Demonstrasi Mahasiswa: Studi Kasus Pada Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar HASSE J, HASSE J
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 3, No 1 (2012): February 2012
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This study aims to describe the phenomenon of violence in the student demonstrations in Makassar.Violence in the demonstrations, especially by students at several universities in Makassar is a sightfamiliar to the public. Submission of student aspirations through a demonstration is considered a veryeffective medium. However, the demonstration is always ended with a riot / violence. Metod collectionof data through observation of student development activities, demonstration activities, both insideand outside the college; in-depth interviews conducted on-campus students and stakeholders and thepublic; conducted group discussions with students who are involved or not in any demonstration;study documentation/literature do specifically to research and writing as well as opinion pieces innewspapers that are stored in several parties.Key words: Violence, Students, Demonstrations,
Threats to the Ideology of Pancasila In the Reform Era: Praxis Case of Regional Development Policy GUNAWAN, BUDI; RATMONO, BARITO MULYO
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 9, No 1 (2018): February 2018
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This study about the ideology of Pancasila in the praxis of development policy at Local Government (Pemda), and also identifies the potential threat to the existence of Pancasila ideology in the reform era. Through a selection of field study research methods combined with Focus Group Discussion (FGD), we want to know and analyse critically how big ideology operates in development policy praxis. This study identifies the symptoms of two potential threats to Pancasila ideology in the Kulonprogo region. First comes from the stronghold of global capitalism through agents that continue to expand the market, systematically proceeds strategically with the policies of the regional government. Both come from the stronghold of the global religious movement that carries the ideology of Islamic universalism against diversity, thus threatening the ideology of Pancasila, especially the precepts of Indonesian Unity. In the meantime to face the threat of religious radicalism, intelligence strategies can use multiple options. Starting from the conventional approach of exploiting internal conflicts within the radical organisation, cultural strategy by facilitating the occurrence of strategic alliances between traditional- cultural-cultural forces with the power of locality culture face the attacks of radical Islamic political movements based on anti-Pancasila.
Public Service Integrity Perception: Case Study In Kutai Kartanegara Regency, Indonesia MUTIARIN, DYAH
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 5, No 1 (2014): February 2014
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This paper was aimed to measure the integrityof public service at Kutai KartanegaraRegency, East Borneo Province, Indonesia.The public service integrity can be seen frommany perspective such as how the citizenssatisfied with the public services provided bythe government, how the public perception oncombating corruption, and how success thegovernment providing minimum servicestandard to the public at large. This threeforms of public service integrity was the mainfocuses of this research in Kutai Kartanegararegency. The phenomenon of public service inKutai Kartanegara Regency shown out of thetracks and missing to convey the importanceof public service values, characterized byuncertainty of charges, time, and procedures.The research used the quantitative methodsby scoring 3 indexes, which are the CitizenSatisfaction Index, Corruption PerceptionIndex, and Minimum Service Standard Index.This research used Non- probability Samplingmethod, also Judgment Sampling procedure,in the development and compilation of thecitizens satisfaction index. There were 57local government agencies that served as thesamples. The results of this research were thepublic service integrity perceptions in KutaiKartanegara regency was need to beimproved on the quantity and quality of publicservice delivery, commitment and efforts tocreate a clean government, transparency andaccountability espe cially on e-procurementand to implement minimum
Vision Mission of Muhammadiyah University in Indonesia: Ideology Analysis Of Norman Fairclough Approach SADDHONO, KUNDHARU; ARIANCE LOREN, FABIO TESTY; LATIFAH, LUTFIATUN
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 8, No 2 (2017): May 2017
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Muhammadiyah have features to build the spirit of social and community educa- tion to be more developed and educated. showing the teachings of islam is not just a religion personal and static but dynamic and domiciled as a human life in all aspects. This study attempts to describe and explain the ideology of the vision and mission of Muhammadiyah University in Indonesia using content analysis method. This research is expected to descriptive qualitative research with the critical analysis discourse approach as suggested by Norman Fairclough with the elements that analyzes namely representation, relationships, and the identity. The results of the analysis element representation shows that almost all Muhammadiyah University in Indonesia has ideology Islam and Muhammadiyah to be ijtihad and tajdid based on and Muhammad ways. Direction and purpose from which missions made focused on Islamic values. While when viewed from the aspect most many appear on a mission is the as- pect of religiously so further strengthen the statement.
What Is The Status Of Indonesia’s E-Procurement? NURMANDI, ACHMAD
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 4, No 2 (2013): August 2013
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E-procurement is an important intrument toprevent corruption in goods and servicesprocurement budget. Indonesia has beenimplementing the e-procurement project since2008 based on Presidential Decree. Presidenthas stipulating annual order (presidentialinstruction) has to be obey by all ministries andlocal governments to procure their budgetthrough r-procurement mechanism. However,untill 2012 fiscal year, this research found thatonly around 10.26% of central governmentinstitution procurement budget, includingministries and 21,10% of local governmentprocurement budget did procure through eprocurementmethod. This research concludedthat regulation, leadership and procurementintitution are challanging factors to make“status quo” e-procurement.
Bureaucracy and the Politics of Identity: A Study on the Influence of Ethnicity on the Bureaucrat Recruitment Process in Sorong Selatan Regency, West Papua, Indonesia PURWOKO, BAMBANG
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 7, No 4 (2016): November 2016
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Empirically, the central government of Indonesia introduced a uniform bureaucratic model to the entire territory of the country.This study, which was conducted in Sorong Selatan district of West Papua, is an effort to fill the gaps in both theoretical and empirical level on the relationship between the bureaucracy and political identity. In the area of research, political identity has a significant influence on the bureaucracy. This study discusses how identity politics, particularly ethnicity, works in a variety of lobbying processes by bureaucrats of different ethnic groups to gain strategic positions in bureaucracy. More specifically, it is an attempt to address the question of whether ethnicity affects the appointment of bureaucrats in Sorong Selatan.It was found that ethnic identity became an important factor used as an instrument to support promotion of bureaucrats into important positions. Ethnic identity does not merely reflect cultural differences among diverse ethnic groups but is closely related to the ethnic groups’ roles in Sorong Selatan administration. Each ethnic group has a strong basis to claim their determinant role in the local governments and in the election of the Regent. Such a claim serves as the basis for demanding compensation to obtain strategic offices in bureaucracy. It is argued that ethnic identity serves as a political instrument to support the lobbying process.
The Role of Maranao Traditional Leaders and Local Political Leaders towards Collaboration in Promotion of Peace in Marawi City LANGCO, MILHAYA DIANALAN
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 5, No 2 (2014): August 2014
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This study determined the role of traditional Maranao leaders and local political leaders towards collaboration in promotion of peace in Marawi City. The study used the descriptive – explanatory research design. Descriptive statistics such as frequency counts and percentage distribution were used in the presentation and analysis of data. Furthermore, this study explored the association among variables. Pearson R tests were conducted to determine if there were associations between the traits and characteristics of Maranao traditional leaders and their role in promotion of peace; association between the administrative capabilities of local political leaders and their role in promotion of peace; both as independent variables, and association between roles of traditional and political leaders and their level of collaboration in promotion of peace, as the dependent variables. Percentage was used to quantitatively describe and analyze the responses given by the respondents while weighted mean was used to determine the average value of the responses in each item of the given questionnaire. Results of the findings revealed that the Sulutan was the highest traditional leader involved in conflict resolution while the Datu was the second most influential traditional leaders involved in the same. Furthermore, these traditional Maranao leaders is still seen by the respondents as honest and dependable, morally upright, tenacious and responsible, able to identify and clarify the needs and desires of groups, as well as that of the community as their priority. Moreover, the local political leaders in Marawi City including those of the Province of Lanao del Sur, are being seen to be important along with the Maranao traditional leaders in terms of conflict resolution and promotion of peace in the aforementioned areas.
The Implications of Gated Society in Jakarta Metropolitan Region: A Multiple-Case Study in Tangerang District, Banten, Indonesia WARDHANI, INDAH SURYA
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 7, No 1 (2016): February 2016
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This paper argued that the gating system intensifies existing divergence of the gated communities and the kampung communities. The significant dissimilarities between the residents and the dwellers strongly indicate social inequality. The notion of gated society at the neighborhood level remains problematic. The existence of fortress raises some ethical questions whether the rich, the high-level professional, and the famous have right to fort to themselves and keep other citizens out, whether they have privilege to set the boundaries and live separately from society as well as maintain the amenities exclusively. The gated society inevitably brings enormous policy consequences. This paper recommend housing policy as social legislation to regulate the notion of gated society. The long term practices of exclusion within fortress, and public space privatization will impede the function and very idea of the future citizenship. Beyond social redistribution, the principle idea of housing policy is promoting inclusive right for sustainable development. The absence of theinclusiveness results in a decline of democracy.Keyword: gated community, social segregation, inequality, housing policy, citizenship
Ketegangan Politik Lokal: Konstruksi Konflik Agama Tanah Papua HAMID, IDRUS AL; ABDULLAH, IRWAN; BAGIR, ZAINAL ABIDIN
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 4, No 2 (2013): August 2013
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Local political conflicts become an integral part ofIndonesia. Various cause roots are assumed comefrom a religious dimension, in addition to ethnicity.In cases of Jayapura, Papua, local political dimensionsof the conflict was obviously display as factorsthat religion should be integrating factor, but in factreligion become disintegrating factor. The variouspower of groups interconnect with a religious impulsethat local political tensions grew louder andspread. The aim of this study is to describe analyticallyabout the emergence of a strain on the locallevel in Jayapura Papua in the field of religion. Toelaborate the analysis in this article, the excavationdata through in-depth interviews, focus group discussion,and literature studies or documents on issuesthat occur on local level.KEYWORDS: local politics, Papua, conflict, religion
Influence of Public Service Quality in Citizen Satisfaction (Study in Private Hospital Y in Padang, West Sumatra Province) EMBI, MUHAMAD ALI; FRINALDI, ALDRI
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 6, No 1 (2015): February 2015
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The main problem in public service particularly health care service is the public’s increasing demand for better quality of service. Therefore, hospitals as one of the means of health care providers should be  able to increase public satisfaction. This is important to win the trust of patients and/or families of patients who come for treatment. The lack of patients’ satisfaction in the quality of service in hospitals in Indonesia contributes to the Indonesians’ choice of medical treatment abroad. Therefore, the study aims to determine the influence of quality ofservices provided by the hospital toward patients’ satisfaction. This quantitative research surveyed patients in Hospital Y in Padang city using questionnaire as a research instrument. The population is all the patients and/or families of patients who are served in the hospital during the data collection in the month of May to August 2014. A sample of 100 people was selected using accidental sampling. The collected data were analyzed using frequencies, percentages and averages using SPSS  version16 for windows. Simple linear regression analysis technique was used for data analysis. Location of the study was a private hospital located in the city of Padang, West Sumatra Province, which in this research is referred as privatehospital Y. The results of this study indicates that there is a significant relation between the quality of service to the citizen satisfaction with the regression equation Y = 44.967 + 2.612 X with value of correlation (r) = 0.760, and the influence of quality of service to the public satisfaction in 57.8%. Then the results Achievement Level Respondents (TCR) in the quality of public services obtained a value of 74.8% with quite good category and to the satisfaction of the public to the TCR value of 75.3%with quite good category. It shows the quality of care in hospitals Y must be improved in order to obtain an increase in user satisfaction of the people who became his services. Based on the research findings, researchers suggest the hospital’s policy makers to prioritize the presence of doctors, particularly their punctuality during scheduled appointment as listed in the announcement board. Moreover, the patients expect the doctors to provide sufficient time to explain the diagnosis of the patients  based on their examination.KEYWORDS: Quality of Public Services, Public Satisfaction, Private Hospital

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