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MAKNA TINDAKAN PROSOSIAL AKTIVIS ORGANISASI BANTUAN HUKUM (OBH) PADA MASYARAKAT MISKIN DI KOTA PALANGKARAYA

Rahmawati, Laila (2020) MAKNA TINDAKAN PROSOSIAL AKTIVIS ORGANISASI BANTUAN HUKUM (OBH) PADA MASYARAKAT MISKIN DI KOTA PALANGKARAYA. Doctoral (S3) thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

This study was carried out on the background of a phenomenon that occurred in Palangka Raya In the midst of society, especially those who afflict poor people give birth to injustice. The purpose of this study is to examine two main problems, namely: (1) To analyse how to understand the prosocial actions of legal aid activists in the city of Palangka Raya, and (2) to understand the meaning of the prosocial action of legal aid activists in providing legal assistance in Palangka Raya. This study was conducted by using qualitative methods and carried out naturally. The subject of the study is the OBH activist “Perkumpulan Sahabat Hukum” Palangka Raya with data collection techniques through observation, interviews and documentation. Therefore, by taking that step of the data obtained is more accurate. The observations are carried out dilligently and strengthened by triangulation, as well as discussion with OBH activist “Perkumpulan Sahabat Hukum”. Furthermore, the data obtained were analyzed following qualitative research procedures starting from (1) condensation data, (2) display data, and (3) verifying conclusions. The theory used to explain this study is to use the theory of Social Exchange proposed by George C. Homans and Volunteering Functions Inventory (VFI) proposed by Clary et. al. The results of the study found that: (1) The existence of social interaction between OBH activists who provide assistance with the clients helped in the prosocial action of legal aid activists have a relation with the norm of social responsibility that is said to help others is the thing that we must do, whether it depends on the reward in the future and that person has helped us. As an advocate there is a soul helping in providing legal aid to people with full awareness. Activists are also trying to responsibly and give arguments that whatever is on the client is ready to face. Activists as advisors and legal escorts of poor clients, have the passion to donate all the resources they have, give probono free help with sincerity. (2) The meaning of the prosocial action of the OBH activists in providing legal assistance in the city Palangka Raya. The Advocate's advocacy also protects the defendant from labeling to ensure the presumption of innocent principle to the defendant. Because it is undeniable that public assessment of a person who has been positioned as a defendant raises the act of discrimination and intolerance.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral (S3))
Student ID: 201710450111024
Thesis Advisors: Ishomuddin, Rinikso Kartono, Wahyudi
Keywords: Prosocial action, OBH activist, advocate, Legal assistance
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HM Sociology
K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Postgraduate > Doctor of Sociology (69001)
Depositing User: zawawi Moh. Zawawi, A.Md
Date Deposited: 02 Sep 2020 03:41
Last Modified: 02 Sep 2020 03:41
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/65878

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