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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 10, October 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Inter-Sectoral Conflicts Of Maritime Institutions In Activities Controlling Of Foreign Illegal Fishing In Morotai Island Marine

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AUTHOR(S)

Muhlis Hafel

 

KEYWORDS

Marine resources and fisheries, sectoral ego, joint agreement charter

 

ABSTRACT

This research aims to describe and understand in detail the inter-sectoral conflicts of maritime institutions, namely, Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI AL), Directorate of Marine Police (Ditpolair), and Marine Resources and Fisheries Supervisory Work Unit (PSDKP Satker), in activities controlling of foreign illegal fishing in Morotai Island marine. Method used to analyze the issue is case study approach in Naval Base on Morotai and Ternate, North Maluku and Ternate Ditpolair, and Satker PSDKP on Ternate and Morotai. Data collecting, using observation techniques, interviews, and literature reviews. Data analysis using qualitative method approach. The results indicated that conflict of inter-sectoral maritime institutions in activities controlling of foreign illegal fishing in Morotai Island marine caused by violation of the Joint Agreement Charter (PKB), lack of coordination with local government, and sectoral ego of inter-sectoral institutions.

 

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