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Journal : MIMBAR: Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan

Adoption of Local Values for Bureaucratic Reform in Lampung Province Yulianto, Yulianto; Mulyana, Nana; Hutagalung, Simon Sumanjoyo
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 34, No. 1, Year 2018 [Accredited Ranking Sinta 2]
Publisher : Universitas Islam Bandung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29313/mimbar.v34i1.2854


Bureaucratic reform is not only dealing with structural aspects but also cultures that are difficult to change. However, it can be done by adopting the values embedded in the cultural identity of the community. This study aims to identify the local values that can be adopted to reform the bureaucracy in Lampung Province and develop those model values. Qualitative approaches are used with data collection techniques of interviews, documentation, and focus group discussions. The research location is in Lampung Province and involves research informants consist of traditional and bureaucratic leaders. Data analysis techniques used is interactive data analysis model. The research results identify 4 (four) local values, namely Piil Pesengiri (Principle of Success), Nemu Nyimah (Principle of Choice), Nengah Nyappur (Principle of Equality) and Sakai Sambayan (Principles of Cooperation). The adoption model of local values can be developed through a conciliation approach strategy. This approach is chosen because it provides guidance to change bureaucratic culture into a better effectiveness and could minimize the conflicts that may happen.
Multi Stakeholder Involvement in Tsunami Disaster Recovery Phases in South Lampung Hutagalung, Simon Sumanjoyo; Sulistio, Eko Budi; Mulyana, Nana
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Vol 36, No 1 (2020): Vol 36, No 1 (2020): Volume 36, No. 1, Year 2020 [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/K
Publisher : Universitas Islam Bandung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29313/mimbar.v36i1.5356


Disaster management always requires the role of many groups, but it requires the regulation of those roles the most. This study aims to analyze multi-stakeholder roles and challenges that arise in handling tsunami disasters in South Lampung. This research uses descriptive qualitative method where data is collected purposively from the local government, leaders of the community, and private organizations through interviews, observation and documentation. This study identify collaboration of the three parties that bring a positive impact on refugees and the role of the district government and provincial government at the forefront, while the private sector and community institutions begin to diminish their role. The challenges arise in disaster management are related to post-rehabilitation activities and anticipation of potential disasters that can still occur in the region in the future.