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Donggala Kanamavali: A Study of the Implementation of the Policy for Strengthening Character Education in Donggala District
Rustam Efendi*, Juraid A. Latief, Sastrio Mansur, Moh. Irfan Mufti
University of Tadulako, Palu, Indonesia

Int. J. Grad. Res. Rev. Vol 6(2): 47-52.
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This research’s aims are: 1) To analyze the Implementation of Donggala Kanamavali Policy in Donggala District; 2) To analyze the impact of the implementation of Kangala Donggala Policy on strengthening character education in the program of the Donggala Faith Movement, the Donggala Reading Movement and the Donggala Cultured Movement. This research used a descriptive qualitative approach carried out in Donggala District for 6 months with data collection techniques using interviews, observations, document studies, and focus group discussions (FGD) with an emphasis on triangulation to check the validity of the data. Data were processed and analyzed using the Miles and Huberman interactive model consisting of; data collection, data condentation, data display, and drawing conclusions or verification. The results and discussion show that 1) The implementation of the Donggala Kanamavali policy is fluctuating and not yet effective. The 2015-2016 period is called the dynamic phase and the 2017-2019 period / now is called the stagnant phase. Of the 6 Van Meter and Van Horn factors, only Donggala Kanamavali's policy standards and objectives and the relatively consistent (social) and political (social) and political factors persist to date; and 2) the impact of Donggala Kanamavali's policies has not been felt in a comprehensive and consistent manner. In the dynamic phase the impact of Donggala Kanamavali's policies began to be felt and dimmed in the stagnation phase.

standards and targets, resources, communication between organizations and strengthening activities, characteristics of implementing agencies; social, economic and political environment; implementor disposition