THE WAY THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT WORKS TO FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN KUPANG CITY IN THE PERSPECTIVES OF GENERATIONS X AND Y

Friandry Windisany Thoomaszen(1*), Sance Mariana Tameon(2),

(1) Pastoral Counseling Department, Sekolah Tinggi Agama Kristen Negeri Kupang
(2) Pastoral Counseling Department, Sekolah Tinggi Agama Kristen Negeri Kupang
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Generations Y and Z are the next generations of the Indonesian nation, including in the process of preventing and eradicating corruption. These two generations tend to have the same weaknesses, that is, the tendency to be apathetic towards the government and politics. This apathy can be an obstacle to eradicating corruption cases in the future when these generations occupy strategic positions. The aim of the study is to find out the views of generations Y and Z on the way the local government works to eradicate corruption cases in Kupang City. The researchers use a quantitative approach, with descriptive survey research methods. The research subjects are 78 Christians from the generation Y and Z who live in Kupang City. The sampling technique used is stratified random sampling which is spread using the google forms (online) format. The results of the study show that generation Y and Z are sensitive to cases of corruption that are taking place in their domicile, Kupang City. Out of 78 subjects of generation Y and Z, the majority or  42 subjects answer that the level of corruption in Kupang City is at a severe level. Generation Z also looks more familiar with Nine anti-corruption values than generation Y. There are various solutions offered by generations Y and Z for regional leaders to overcome corruption in Kupang City. However, the solution to the campaign is still considered to be less effective in dealing with corruption for generation Y and Z. It is recommended that local governments see and use the opinions of generation Y and Z to improve themselves and the anti-corruption system and involve generation Y and Z to prevent, fight, and eradicate corruption cases actively both in real actions and in cyberspace (social media). Anti-corruption behavior conveyed to generations Y and Z must be more attractive, modern, and in accordance with the characteristics of these two generations who have a dependency on cyberspace.

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Government, Anti-corruption

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21532/apfjournal.v5i1.139

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