IJSRP, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2015 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Latif Karim, H. Sulaiman Asang, H. Muhammad Yunus, Atta Irene Allorante
The purpose of this study was to describe the characteristics of the ideal type of bureaucratic professionalization of Max Weber and the empowerment of indigenous Papuans in the promotion as mandated by the Special Autonomy for Papua. This study used a qualitative approach with a case study that uses data collection procedures through in-depth interviews (depth interview). The research data includes primary data and secondary data. The primary data obtained through participatory observation and interviews, while the secondary data obtained through searches of documentation. Data analysis techniques used are through data reduction procedures, data presentation, and making conclusions. The results showed that the characteristics of the ideal type of bureaucratic professionalism Max Weber which emphasizes consideration of rank, education level, Phasing training PIM, and competence have been implemented in Keerom but still less in accordance with applicable regulations. In some cases recruitment and promotion are still found irregularities committed by the Regent as officials of Trustees of staffing where in the promotion process are the transactional politics or political apparatus in which the remuneration of civil servants have been involved in practical political activity and even political money. Advisory Board positions and rank as the institution brewing official candidates to be promoted in office less functioned as it should.