THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITY CULTURE, POLITICAL WILL, LAND GOVERNANCE ON THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS THROUGH PARTICIPATION OF SOCIETY IN LAND ACQUISITION FOR SICINCIN-PADANG TOLL ROAD CONSTRUCTION, WEST SUMATRA
Nora Eka Putri1, Helmi2, Melinda Noer3, Yossyafra4
Student of Post Graduate Development Studies, Andalas University1; Public Administration Department, Universitas Negeri Padang1;
Post Graduate Development Studies, Andalas University2,3,4
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Land acquisition for the construction of toll roads is an important aspect of the development, but land acquisition experiences obstacles in its implementation. This study aims to explain the decision-making process in land acquisition planning by looking at the variables of community culture, political will, land governance, and community participation in the decision-making process. Data reveals this by distributing questionnaires to affected communities and then analyzing with a quantitative approach using structural equation modeling (Structural Equation Models). The study’s results found that community culture, political will, and land governance had a significant effect on the decision-making process through the participation of the affected community.
Keywords: decision-making process; land acquisition; toll road; hybrid policy model