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Bekasi Regency is deemed as the pillar of Indonesian capital city considering from its strategic values in terms of the political, economic, socio-cultural, and also the defense-security aspects. The population of Bekasi Regency is relatively dense, and its location is directly bordered with Special Capital District of Jakarta. This situation causes the social life in Bekasi Regency being highly influenced by the lifestyle of citizen in the capital city such as seen in the criminal issues, togetherness, environmental awareness, etc. The objective of this study is to analyze the implementation, obstacles faced in the implementation, and strategy used in the state-defense awareness development activities for the citizens residing the Bekasi regency area in order to prevent any non-military threats. This research implements qualitative-descriptive method with case-study approach. The evaluation model applied in this research is CIPP evaluation. The subject of this research are any stakeholders that is eligible in providing the data in accordance to the need of this research, and the samples are selected through purpose sampling method. The data are acquired through interviews, observations, and literary studies. The findings presented that the state-defense awareness development activitiesare only conducted incidentally, hence they are not conducted regularly by the territorial unit in the location. This is due to the consideration that state-defense awareness development activities are not a priority. As the consequence, the formula of the strategy in the development activities is not yet accurate. Therefore, the right strategy that has been adjusted to the characteristic of the local region is necessary as the attempt to prevent any non-military threats to occur in Bekasi Regency area.
[Tahan Samuel Lumban Toruan, Deni Ahmad Dadang R and Henny Widyastuti (2021); THE STRATEGY OF STATE-DEFEND AWARENESS DEVELOPMENTIN PREVENTING NON-MILITARY THREAT IN INDONESIA (A STUDY IN THE BEKASI REGION OF JAVA PROVINCEFROM 2016 TO 2020) Int. J. of Adv. Res. 9 (May). 06-17] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
Indonesian Defense University
Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/12801
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/12801
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