Constructivism of Human Capacity Development Models

Bintoro Wardiyanto, Dwi Windyastuti Budi Hendrarti


The idea of thinking about capacity development at this time, is a social construct that deliberately manufactured and developed for various purposes that began since 1950s and emerged in the late 1990s as an 'external reality is complex and objective'. Consistent with the results of the analysis, it appears that the construction of the apparatus built resource development involves a complex three relations, namely 1) Relation to the duties and internal rules, 2) Relation with skill, professionalism and competence, and 3) the relation with the outcome of development. In addition, the authorities have also been able to construct a principle to local governance both consisting of 6 (six) entity. In line with these results, the appreciation of the efforts to develop the capacity of the construction can be described as the human resource capacity metaperspective models.

Keywords: Capacity Building, professionalism, human capacity metaperspective models.


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