THE STRUGGLE OF MIDWIFE TEMPORARY CONTRACT TOWARD THE GOVERNMENT POLICY IN INDONESIA
PURNOMO, EKO PRIYO
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This paper aims to describe to what extent the effort of Midwife Temporary Contract (MTC) in Indonesia can influence the government policy. The background of this paper is about there is a gap between the expectations and capabilites of MTC and government policy.This study is an explanatory descriptive, describing the efforts of MTC in Indonesia in influencing government policy on the demands removal of Midwife Temporary Contract into the Civil Servant. Using secondary data, which is data obtained from books and articles on the internet. There are several process already done to verify the proportions of some relationships aspect among instruments, objectives, and the policy process. Data collection techniques from the research literature or references sourced from books and the internet that are relevant to this paper. Meanwhile the technique of data analysis in this study is a qualitative technique by analyzing secondary data and then using that theory can be used to explain the case being studied. Relative Deprivation theory proposed by Ted Robert Gurr in his book Why Men Rebel became the theoretical foundation of the focus in this paper. Relative deprivation theory can be simply explained that the social upheaval appears and takes the form of socio-political movements when there is a gap between the expectations and the capabilities within the community.