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Millennials in Efforts to Build Anti-Corruption Behavior

Dyah Lituhayu, Sri Suwitri, Y. Warella, Ida Dwimawanti
2021 Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Indonesian Social and Political Enquiries, ICISPE 2020, 9-10 October 2020, Semarang, Indonesia   unpublished
The research purpose of describe how millennial will be built anti-corruption behavior in Kudus Regent. Kudus head regional for the second time was arrested by KPK for corruption as a form of bureaucratic disease that has hit almost all over the world, as well as it is happening in the bureaucracy at Indonesia, thus disrupting of the bureaucracy in providing public services. Various attempts have been made by the government to prevent corrupt behavior, either by making regulations or forming a
more » ... tions or forming a commission to deal with the problem of corruption, but this has not been able to overcome the rampant or high number of corruptions. This study uses a qualitative approach, to describe how to build anti-corruption behavior from a young generation, which will later become the next generation in the wheels of government. The results show according millennial that building anti-corruption behavior must understand the causes of corruption behavior and the culture of the community. The occurrence of corruption behavior is partly due to the structure in the bureaucracy, while efforts to form cannot be separated from the culture of the community as specially commonly of 'money politic' as ones of causes corruption at bureaucracy. Therefore, the model for efforts of anti-corruption behavior must be carried out using are the behaviorism approach and the structural/institutional approach together.
doi:10.4108/eai.9-10-2020.2304804 fatcat:ozz7uvxnkbbglklxmjohbyojxi