IMPLEMENTASI KEBIJAKAN KTR DI KECAMATAN KARANGJATI KABUPATEN NGAWI

Authors

  • Budi Santosa

Abstract

This study aims to analyze and describe the implementation of the Ngawi
Regent's regulation policy number 14 of 2019 regarding the instructions for
implementing regional regulations regarding smoke-free areas in the Karangjati
District, Ngawi Regency. This type of research is descriptive qualitative. Data
collection was carried out through interviews with the person in charge of the KTR
such as the sub-district head, the head of the health center, the village head and
reinforced by the responses of community leaders in the Karangjati sub-district,
Ngawi district. Data analysis using Miles and Huberman Model. Implementation
of the research refers to the theory of Van Metter and Van Horn. The results of the
study found that the implementation of the policy has not run optimally, as
evidenced by the occurrence of violations, there are no special employees who
regulate the implementation of the KTR policy and the funds to implement the KTR
policy are still limited, the implementing agent has not obtained the Regent's
Decree, public awareness of the dangers of smoking and orderly implementation of
the policy. KTR is low, coordination between agencies is not optimal because it
focuses on its own work area, and environmental conditions around KTR do not
support the implementation of KTR policies. Suggestions that can be submitted are
(1) it is necessary to appoint an implementing officer for controlling KTR policies
to be strengthened through a Regent's Decree; (2) Provision of special funds to
create various kinds of socialization media about KTR.

Keywords: size and policy objectives, resources, characteristics; attitude or
inclination, communication

Published

2017-06-16

How to Cite

Santosa, B. (2017). IMPLEMENTASI KEBIJAKAN KTR DI KECAMATAN KARANGJATI KABUPATEN NGAWI. JI@P, 11(1). Retrieved from https://ejurnal.unisri.ac.id/index.php/MAP/article/view/1557

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