Analysis of Communication Barriers In The Implementation Of Universal Service Obligation (USO) Programme In Indonesia: A Literature Study

International Journal of Global Community

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Title Analysis of Communication Barriers In The Implementation Of Universal Service Obligation (USO) Programme In Indonesia: A Literature Study
 
Creator Ayuni, Qurata
Yualifah, Yualifah
Kalalembang, Erik
Arsyad, Emil
 
Description Abstract
This study is oriented to explain the communication barriers of internal and external information in implementation of universal service obligation (USO) in many different areas in Indonesia. Analyzing the varieties of current references and literatures will be able to result the comprehensive classification. Divining manual based on communicative and organizational concept in government concerns the communication massage of internal and external organization. The hypothesis of this is that there is big obstacle of horizontal and vertical communication and external between central government, local government, equipment provider and servicer, and communication and technology network, village apparatus as well as society due to lack of socialization and coordination and writing rule as the implementation guidance of USO program. The existence of communication barrier hoped as source of Information and Communication Ministry and other stakeholders to form strategic path and solution to deliberately address the problems that could influence the advanced program by using USO budget.
 
Publisher The Riksawan Institute
 
Date 2018-07-29
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://journal.riksawan.com/index.php/IJGC/article/view/11
 
Source International Journal of Global Community; Vol 1 No 2, July (2018): International Journal of Global Community; 203 - 222
2615-0859
2615-2983
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://journal.riksawan.com/index.php/IJGC/article/view/11/19
 

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