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JCR. 2013 Release (Thomson Reuters)
Freq.MonthlyISSN0039-7660
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Title NARRATIVE POLICY FRAMEWORK THE ROLE OF MEDIA NARRATIVE TOWARDS FOREST AND LAND FIRE POLICY IN INDONESIA
Paper ID BAJla
Author(s)Dia Meirina Suri, Achmad Nurmandi, Zuli Qodir, Faris Al Fadhat
AbstractForest and land fires that occur in Indonesia are like a mandatory agenda every year, this problem becomes routine that must be faced by the central government or local government. One of the provinces that face many forest and land fires in Riau province, the smoke caused by these fires has even disrupted neighboring countries such as Singapore and Malaysia. Various policy products made are not able to overcome this problem. This study looks at the extent to which the policies made by the government can overcome this problem, through mass media coverage of forest and land fires that occur will be thoroughly discussed why the policies that have been made by the government is only a product of policies that can not be run. Many policy actors give opinions in the mass media on this issue, each narrative presented will be collected as a valid data source, then done coding by the research element narrative policy framework. The data that has been collected is analyzed and narrated in the form of a story containing a plot. The results showed that there is a role played by various actors involved in forest and land fire control issues, the character of criminals found in governments, communities, and companies, hero characters are drawn in the roles performed by firefighters, governments, communities, and companies while the victims in a forest and land fires are communities and companies. So far policymakers have only processed a small portion of information relevant to the problem, should they limit their attention and focus on the solutions that will be produced by ignoring political pressures, the narrative can be an effective means of achieving that.
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