LEGAL INSTRUMENTALISM TO LAW NUMBER 6 YEAR 2014 ON VILLAGES IN WELFARE STATE PARADIGM

D. Eka Juli Prasetya, Isharyanto Isharyanto

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This work deliberates legal instrumentalism to gain nonlegal interest. It is commonly known that besides normative framework, a law also integrates nonlegal issues and other interests. Law in macro level is aimed to ideally integrate sub-systems such as economics, politics, and so on.  The existence of Act of Village Number 6 of 2014 which is able to facilitate the idealized nonlegal achievements needs to be confirmed. The welfare state paradigm is used as a benchmark for tracking review of norms as well testing consequences of legal substance. It reveals that provisions Act of Village Number 6 of 2014 achieves its idealized goals indicated by village welfare in terms of authority optimization of authority for the achievement of the welfare state at the village level.

Keyword: legal instrumentalism, welfare state, village


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20884/1.jdh.2017.17.3.758

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