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Scirj Volume IV, Issue V, May 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Effect of Role Bappeda, Elit Local Law Enforcement and Public Participation on Effectiveness of Regional Development Planning at Nabire District of Papua Province

Christina M. Lewerissa

Abstract: The results of the regional development planning at Nabire district of Papua province are not yet effective. The purpose of this study is to analyze and provide solutions to the role of City's Development Planning Board (Bappeda), local elites, law enforcement and public participation on the effectiveness of regional development planning at Nabire district of Papua province. This is an explanatory research with quantitative approach, with a population of 11.627 and total of 370 samples and through analysis coefficient of determination in linear regression model. From this research the effect of each variable studied are as follow; (X1) the role of Bappeda, 83.1%, (X2) local elites, 78.7%, (X3) law enforcement, 75.5%, (X4) public participation, 64%, and all variables simultaneously have significant and positive effect on the effectiveness of regional development planning at Nabire district of Papua Province amounted to 75.6%. The findings in this study are that the role of Bappeda in carrying out organization's administration and management has not yet optimal; local elites still prioritizing their personal interests rather than the public interest, through political Autonomy and political representatives, and Papuanization; Law enforcements are not optimal e.g. legal substances that have not guaranteeing customary rights, the attitude of law enforcement officers toward public and vice versa still need to be improved; low level of public participation due to lack of understanding toward the obligation as participant and the benefits by participating.

Reference this Paper: Effect of Role Bappeda, Elit Local Law Enforcement and Public Participation on Effectiveness of Regional Development Planning at Nabire District of Papua Province by Christina M. Lewerissa published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume IV, Issue V, May 2016 Edition, Page 1-6 ".

Search Terms: Role of Bappeda, local elite, law enforcement, public participation, effectiveness

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