Aplikasi Systematic Mapping Review Sebagai Upaya Pengukuran Efektivitas Pembangunan Desa Pesisir Natuna

Armauliza Septiawan, Sintanigrum Sintaningrum

Abstract


Penelitian ini mengkaji berbagai permasalahan pembangunan yang mencakup potret minimnya partisipasi masyarakat desa dalam aktivitas perencanaan, alokasi sumber daya, pelaksanaan maupun pengawasannya. Dalam eksistensinya, problem pembangunan desa juga terjadi pada desa pesisir di sekitar wilayah perbatasan dan terluar Indonesia, sehingga secara signifikan menginterpretasikannya sebagai inefektivitas pembangunan desa pesisir yang memotivasi dan menarik minat perhatian para peneliti di Indonesia. Berbagai penelitian banyak dilakukan, namun belum ditemukan penelitian yang memetakan pemikiran tentang efektivitas pembangunan desa pesisir secara sistematis (Riset Indeks, Inklusif Filtrasi dan Pemetaan). Studi ini mempergunakan pendekatan kualitatif dan secara teknis data yang dikumpulkan melalui filtrasi atau screening of paper terhadap 99 topik penelitian yang relevan dan selanjutnya dianalisis menggunakan teknik systematic literature review yang menghasilkan diskusi dan bahasan agregasi tentang arah penelitian kontemplatif yang dilakukan melalui analisis sistematis terhadap 21 topik penelitian terindeks yang telah dikumpulkan menggunakan teknik screening of papers dan dikelompokkan berdasarkan klasifikasi tertentu. Hasil analisis data penelitian inklusif secara sistematis, menjelaskan bahwa letak penelitian yang concern terhadap proses membangun desa secara efektif mencakup perilaku agen pembangunan desa pesisir saat ini masih minim sehingga memerlukan upaya pngukuran keberhasilan proses pembangunan yang tepat bagi desa pesisir. 


Keywords


Pembangunan Desa; Eektivitas; Pulau terluar

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