STUDY OF REPRESSIVE CHANGES WITH PERSUASION AND NEGOTIATION OF SOLITATIVE DETERMINATION OF STREETS IN MALANG DISTRICT
The method of coercion or pressure carried out by the Malang Regency Satpol PP will certainly reverse the economic growth of Malang Regency and the attractiveness of Malang Regency for experienced migrants. Instability, anarchism and civil unrest damaged Malang's image as an alternative residential area. Data collection techniques used are in-depth interview methods and direct observation (observation) of the behavior studied. 1) Structured Interview: Structured interviews are used as a data collection technique when the researcher or data collector knows exactly what information will be obtained. Therefore, data collectors provided survey instruments for interviews in the form of written questions. 2) Conducting direct interviews with research informants: Government, street vendors, NGOs. The data collected is in the form of verbatim interview transcripts. The interview process was carried out with a tape recorder, of course with the consent of the test subject. Direct Observation is an activity in which phenomena are carefully recorded as they occur and the relationships between them are considered. Observation has always been a part of psychological research and can be carried out in a laboratory (experimental) context or in a natural context. Approaching street vendors is the key to success, understanding street vendors' problems through "a persuasive approach and negotiation to find problem areas and renegotiate until street vendors find a solution." It was concluded that although a repressive approach would not solve the problems faced by street vendors, a persuasive and negotiated approach could find solutions that would benefit local law enforcement and street vendors.
Persuasi, Negosiasi, Problem Solution, Repressive Changes