A CONSTRUCTIVE MILITANT EMPOWERMENT MODEL OF MASS ORGANIZATIONS TO CREATE NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND SOCIAL HARMONY IN BUILDING CIVIL SOCIETY

  • I Wayan Damayana
  • I Wayan Ruspendi Junaedi
Keywords: mass organizations, constructive, integration, harmony and civil society

Abstract

The birth of a social organization is inseparable from the guarantee of the law that freedom of association, assembly, and expression is a part of human rights in the life of the nation and state of the Republic of Indonesia guaranteed by the 1945 constitution. In exercising that right and freedom everyone shall respect the right freedom and liberty of others in order to order law and create justice in life of society, nation, and state. In carrying out the freedom of association to gather and express opinions, then every community organization must participate in national development in the unitary state of Indonesian Republic unity based on Pancasila.

Clashes between mass organizations have many casualties, both from mass organizations and ordinary people. This happens because the militancy of mass organizations that lead to death. This condition is very harmful to national integration and social harmony and mutual trust (trust) among members of the community. Therefore, it is urgent to conduct research to find out the cause of the militancy.

The long-term goal of this research is to generate a constructive militant empowerment model for the creation of national integration and social harmony in the development of civil society.

Target in particular is found the determinant factor of militancy mass organizations, both social and cultural factors that affect the psychological organization. To achieve these objectives, used the paradigm of phenomenology of type of graounded research to explore the root of the problem and determinant factor of militancy of the mass organizations.

The methodology used is qualitative with data collection techniques are participant observation or participatory nature of direct involvement, interview, literature review, case study, and documentation

Published
2018-05-03