International Journal Papier Public Review <p><strong>International Journal Papier Public Review</strong> ISSN <strong>2709-023X</strong> covers all areas in Social and Public Studies, Education, Public Health, Management, Economy, Business, Information Technology Management, Knowledge Management, Management Information System, Management Psychology, Management of Enterprises, security and Risk Management, Hospitality Management, Sport Management, Strategic Management, Educational Management, Educational experiences, Special education, School curriculum, Curriculum theory, Academic disciplines, Philosophy of education, Humanities, Law, Anthropology, History, Administration, Public Administration, Journalism, Environmental Studies, Development Studies, International Relation Studies.</p> <p> </p> <p>.</p> en-US Wed, 23 Jun 2021 16:39:01 +0700 OJS 60 Parenting Patterns for Cadets in the New Normal Period of the Covid-19 Pandemic <p>This article discusses Parenting Patterns for Cadets and all things tied to parenting in the New Normal Period of the Covid-19 Pandemic. The new normal parenting pattern for Barombong Maritime Polytrvhnic cadets is the cadets' perception of parenting patterns based on three kinds of parenting patterns, namely authoritarian parenting, democratic parenting and permissive parenting, which have been adapted to Permanent Daily Activity (KHST) and Cadet Rules and Regulations (PERTIBTAR) the New Normal rules given to Barombong Maritime Polytechnic cadets. The cadet parenting pattern is the cadet's perception of the parenting pattern given to the cadets in the Barombong dormitory Polytechnic, based on the measurement of three kinds of parenting patterns, namely authoritarian parenting, democratic parenting and permissive parenting. cadets to be able to enter campus must be adjusted to the requirements of the Covid-19 Task Force and the Barombong Maritime Polytechnic. The cadets who meet the requirements according to the provisions can enter the dormitory and take part in permanent daily activities (KHST). The daily activities of the cadets during this pandemic are arranged according to the health protocol so that a new Permanent Daily Activity (KHST) schedule is made that has been adapted to the conditions of the Pandemic, as well as Cadet Rules and Regulations (PERTIBTAR) with the current pandemic conditions, there have been additional rules for Cadet Rules And Regulations (PERTIBTAR) that existed previously.</p> Rina Haryani, Ilham Ashari, Avera Linarti Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal Papier Public Review Wed, 23 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Supervision of Human Resource Management during the Covid 19 Pandemic <p>Personnel management will demonstrate how businesses should recruit, develop, use, assess, and retain workers in terms of both amount (quantity) and kind (quality) The goal of this article is to implement a project assigned to one of the Entrepreneurship Courses during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The process of identifying and recruiting the personnel required by the company to become employees is known as recruitment. Vacancies, promotions, transfers, retirements, terminations, permanent disability, death, and labor turnover may need recruiting. A successful HR strategy requires the completion of many stages. Human Resource Planning (HRP) is a set of actions that a company does to anticipate future business and environmental needs. Human resource planning is required to fulfill the organization's requirements for specific jobs to be filled. The procedure includes identifying which jobs must be filled, the number of workers required, and when they will be required. In HR planning activities, job analysis has a tight connection with job analysis (Human Resources) Efforts to move and reorganize work activities in different groups are included in job design restructuring. Employee training is a long-term investment in workforce development that pays out handsomely. It's a technique/tool for executive management and growth.</p> Szelui Willy, Oerban Attelie Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal Papier Public Review Wed, 23 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Regional Government Strategy Design in Tanjung Bira Tourism Development in Bulukumba Regency <p>This study aims to explain the Strategic Design of the Regional Government in Tanjung Bira tourism development in Bulukumba Regency. This research method is qualitative with the type is a case study. Data collection in this study was carried out directly through observation and interviews. Data analysis was carried out through data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. The results show that the government's strategic design in tourism development can still be less than optimal, which lies in the ineffective Tanjung Bira Tourism Development Planning and the unavailability of development land. Planners need to be extra careful about how they participate in strategic planning activities. This is based on the fact that not all approaches have the same use. Strategic design with land availability indicators is very necessary to arrange land zoning for the designation of new tourism development.</p> Andi Risma Jaya, Armin Arsyad, Suriadi Lambali, Muhammad Tang Abdullah Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal Papier Public Review Wed, 23 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Autonomous Administration of Corporation through Workers Participation in Management <p>Workers participation in management, also known as WPM, is an advanced type of labour management cooperation that guarantees the concept of autonomous and democratic administration of a company in order to achieve peace and harmony in the workplace. As a consequence, a greater understanding and mutual trust may be established between the company and the employees. A constant communication between them helps to maintain industrial harmony and increase worker loyalty. This plan contributes to increased output and productivity, as well as the equitable distribution of productivity gains, via more effective management and improved industrial relations. However, all of the efforts undertaken by the government, employers, and other employees to increase the involvement of workers in industrial management have fallen short of the goals for which they were intended in India. This research examines Women's Participation in Medicine (WPM) in India and makes an effort to determine the reasons for low participation rates. It also makes some useful recommendations for overcoming the issue</p> Garpruet Chinglunsana, Ashique Keruniyan, Singh Sendhu Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal Papier Public Review Wed, 23 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Green Open Space Planning in Improving the Quality of Space in the Mamuju Urban Area <p>The increase in regional demographics certainly affects the use of energy for transportation and households which will ultimately have implications for greenhouse gas (CO2) emissions in the region. This study focuses on the planning of green open space in the Mamuju Urban Area in order to minimize the effects of greenhouse gases so that the quality of space in the area is maintained. This research is a type of quantitative descriptive research that explores the condition of green open space in the Mamuju Urban Area and takes into account the existing emission potential. The data analysis used is AHP (scoring and weighting) to determine the value and influence of each thematic, image digitization and field observations to determine the existing green open space in the Mamuju Urban Area, and overlay using the ArcGIS 10.8 application to combine maps that be a research indicator. The results obtained from this study are that the Mamuju Urban Area continues to grow from time to time, the distribution of existing green open space continues to decrease along with land use changes that continue to occur, and from the analysis of potential emissions, the largest green open space planning directive is private green open space planning with an area of 354, 14 Ha.</p> Dian Awaliah Marsawal, Hazairin Zubair, Andang Suryana Soma Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal Papier Public Review Sun, 11 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0700 South African Career Development Institution Management in Graduates Alumni Assisten <p>This article discusses career development management that can help career empowerers combine skills such as applying theoretical constructs realistically and creatively to focus on innovative ways of doing things that make careers possible as factors that provide support to employees in the workplace and contribute on their professional development. In contrast to other approaches to career development, the conventional approach to career development is mainly focused with techniques that are meant to utilize skill development and supply to drive economic growth rather than anything else. However, although the promotion of economic growth is an important goal for career development in South Africa, it is not the only goal for the country's development agenda, which includes a number of other goals. Globally, a vision of career development based on clearly defined economic goals would be at conflict with South Africa's development rhetoric, according to the World Bank's Africa Development Report</p> Tonto Chioma Dominic, Iyabo Ike Sobowale Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal Papier Public Review Tue, 13 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Management of Public Information Services General Election Supervisory Agency of South Kalimantan Province <p>This study aims to determine the management process of Public Information Services at the General Elections Supervisory Agency (Bawaslu) of South Kalimantan Province in terms of the functions of planning, organizing and implementing as well as the constraints that exist in the service process. This research was conducted with a qualitative descriptive type approach and data collection was carried out by means of interviews, documentation studies and observations. The results of the study indicate that the implementation of the Provincial Bawaslu's public information service management to the public is still not optimal. This is due to several obstacles including the absence of a strategic plan, minimal budget support, limited human resources, and imperfect regulations.</p> Ach. Fatori, Mahyuni Mahyuni, Andi Tenri Sompa Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal Papier Public Review Tue, 13 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Analysis of the Planning Process at the Health Center Level at the Poso Regency Health Office <p>One of the activities required by every puskesmas (Community Health Center) in overcoming the problems faced in each area is planning at the puskesmas level. To accommodate the need to increase the ability and coverage of health services in an integrated and integrated manner with the problems that exist in the work environment of the Puskesmas. The purpose of this study was to analyze the planning process at the Puskesmas level at the Poso District Health Office. This type of research is qualitative and the unit of analysis from the implementation of this research is carried out on 2 (two) Puskesmas in the Poso District Health Office. Meanwhile, the research informants were employees/staff of the related puskesmas and the key informant was the Head of the Poso District Health Office as a triangulation check for the validity of the data. The results of the research based on the preparation stage, a planning team was formed by the Head of the Puskesmas, in the situation analysis stage the problem analysis process was carried out through Encuesta Mawas Diri (SMD), the problem formulation stage using the USG method (Uraaatanga metoaaa) problems, the last stage was the preparation of the RUK (Proposed Activity Plan) which are prepared at the puskesmas still refer to the applicable government policies. Suggestions in this study are expected that the puskesmas in the Poso District Health Office can arrange their annual activity plans optimally, while still fostering community participation in improving community health status.</p> Heindra Baithard Rantung, Darmawansyah Darmawansyah, Muhammad Asdar Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal Papier Public Review Thu, 22 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0700