Influences of Implementation of the Village Status Changes Policy and Administrative Village Head Leadership toward Hinterland Community Empowerment in Batam City Riau Island Province

Herman Rozie, Tjahja Supriatna, Zudan Arif Fakhrullah, Suhajar Diantoro

Abstract


The phenomenon used as the object of research is the empowerment of the hinterland community in Batam City. The objectives of the research are (1) to analyze of the influence of the policy implementation of change statute village toward the empowerment of hinterland community; (2) to analyze of the influence of village leadership master hinterland toward the empowerment of community; (3) to analyze of the influence of the policy implementation of change statute village leadership and village master together toward the empowerment of hinterland community; (4) Obtain a new concept from the discussion of influence of the policy implementation of change statute village toward the empowerment of hinterland community; (5) Obtain a new concept from the influence of the village master leadership toward the empowerment of hinterland community. The research used quantitative research approach; A sample of 220 respondents taken from a population of 1574 people using SEM sample size; Data collection using literature study, interview and observation techniques; Data analysis using SEM Analysis and Regression Analysis. The Conclusions are the following: The amount of influence of the policy implementation of change statute village toward the empowerment of community hinterland Reaches 0.65, is determined by the content of policy andcontext of Implementation. The amount of influence of village master leadership toward the empowerment of community Reaches 0:54 hinterland, is determined bypersonality, Role, organization, task, values, and setting. Therefore, influence ofthe policy implementation of change statute village leadership and village master together toward the empowerment of hinterland community. New Concept derived from the discussion of influence of the policy implementation of change statute village toward the empowerment of hinterland community is the new concept I about the context of implementation of basic government policy. New Concept derived from the discussion of influence of the village master leadership toward the empowerment of community hinterland II is the new concept about leadership behavior bureaucracy setting.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v8i4.13732

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