Social capital, spiritual capital, human capital, and financial capital in the management of child welfare institutions

  • AAN Oka Suryadinatha Gorda Faculty of Law and Social Science, Undiknas University, Bali, Indonesia
  • Komang Nyanyi Romayanti Master Degree, Undiknas University, Bali, Indonesia
  • Ni Putu Yunita Anggreswari Faculty of Law and Social Science, Undiknas University, Bali, Indonesia
Keywords: Financial Capital, Human Capital, Organizations, Social Capital, Spiritual Capital

Abstract

Child Welfare Institutions (LKSA) are social organizations or associations that carry out social welfare which is formed by the community and is a legal entity based on national standards for childcare. This standard is part of an effort to encourage the transformation of the role of the orphanage and to position the institutions as alternatives in the childcare continuum for those who cannot be cared for in the main family, extended family, relatives, or substitute families. In line with this, the LKSA must function as a service center for children and their families. This is an effort to implement care and protection for children who are outside of family care and is a form of implementation of national legislation, both Law Number 4 of 1979 concerning Child Welfare and Law Number 23 of 2002 concerning Child Protection, which governed the importance of parenting by parents and families; but this has not been fully fulfilled at the level of implementation. Data collection in this study is qualitative data and quantitative data. Data sources used are primary data sources and secondary data sources. The data collection technique used are observation method, documentation method and a structured interview with purposive systematic sampling technique. The number of informants used were 8 people. While the data analysis technique is divided into three stages, namely, data collection, data reduction, and data presentation. Verification of the validity of the results of the analysis is using the source triangulation. Basically, humans have a fairly high sense of social level. Humans/employees cannot live alone especially in managing LKSAs. Employees need other people as co-workers. Work in a team.

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Published
2018-09-08
How to Cite
Gorda, A. O. S., Romayanti, K. N., & Anggreswari, N. P. Y. (2018). Social capital, spiritual capital, human capital, and financial capital in the management of child welfare institutions. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2(3), 12-20. https://doi.org/10.29332/ijssh.v2n3.183
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