Hazel Jovita

Hazel Jovita
Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology | MSUIIT · Department of Political Science

Political Science

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Introduction
Hazel does researches related to collaborative governance, disaster management, public policy, ​and public administration.

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Publications (11)
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This study aims to do comparative analysis of what influence the SWM in Indonesia and the Philippines. As Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will not be achieved as long as the Solid Waste Management problem is left unsolved. Municipal Solid Waste Management (MSWM) has become a common issue in most developing country along with the rapid urbaniza...
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This study evaluated the branding of a slum project as a social marketing initiative to transform the Jodipan slum area into a tourism village in the city of Malang. An action–evaluation research project was conducted through the combination of the marketing and planning oriented approaches by the communications department at a major public univers...
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The role of socio-historical study is the Public Service Motivation (PSM) attachment brought by James Perry. 4 dimensions of PSM are associated with parental socialization, religious socialization, professional identification, and political ideology. This study aims to do a comparative analysis of the influence of social background, religiosity, an...
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Purpose This paper aims to explore the dynamic context of the sharing economy in the transportation sector. This paper looks into the development of government regulations on the growing business of transportation network companies in Indonesia, the Philippines (represented as middle-income countries) and Taiwan (high-income country). How do gover...
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Social capital is a common feature among disaster-resilient communities. This research aims to define how social capital shapes the post-disaster conditions in the 2011 Typhoon Washi-affected communities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan City in Region 10 Philippines. Qualitative analysis was used in analyzing the data gathered through purposive samplin...
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Social media has a significant impact on political and social life, particularly in policy making. In order to examine social media use in policy making, the researchers obtained and analyzed data on Twitter or Facebook using a NodeXL program from January to June 2016 in three ASEAN cities, Bandung (Indonesia), Iligan (Philippines) and Pukhet (Thai...
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Disasters are the litmus test of governance. The inherent complexity of disasters places government agencies and societies in vulnerable situations. This study uses the mixed-method approach to social network analysis in evaluating the network structure of the Philippine disaster management and its implications for disaster governance. A survey was...
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Disaster management inertia refers to the inability of government agencies and institutions to prevent and mitigate the impacts of disasters because of bureaucratic challenges. Bureaucratic discretion is granted among public managers to install effective mechanisms in resolving challenges in policy implementation. Ineffectivedisaster management mea...
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This is a quantitative article which aims to analyse what constitutes successful disaster governance by measuring how the previous performance of the disaster management network influence the aspects of governance process -initial agreement, leadership, trust, planning and managing conflict and how these variables are associated to the outcome of c...
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Social media has a significant impact on political and social life, particu- larly in policy making. In order to examine social media use in policy making, the resear- chers obtained and analyzed data on Twitter or Facebook using a NodeXL program from January to June 2016 in three ASEAN cities, Bandung (Indonesia), Iligan (Philippines) and Pukhet (...

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Explore PSM in four countries and analyze what factors significantly improves public service motivation.