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Competition and Cooperation in Social and Political Sciences
Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, Depok, Indonesia, November 7-9, 2016: Topics in Social and Political Sciences

ISBN 9781138626768
Published December 10, 2017 by Routledge
392 Pages

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The book contains essays on current issues in Social and Political Sciences, such as the issues of governance and social order; social development and community development; global challenges and inequality; civil society and social movement; IT-based community and social transformation; poverty alleviation and corporate social responsibility; and gender issues. Asia and the Pacifi c are the particular regions that the conference focuses on as they have become new centers of social and political development. Therefore, this book covers areas that have been traditionally known as the social and political areas such as communication studies, political studies, governance studies, criminology, sociology, social welfare, anthropology and international relations.

Table of Contents

Keynote speech

Reconciliation after recognition? Indigenous-settler relations in Australia
A. Little

Comprehending Indonesian transformation
B.S. Laksmono


The policy of community empowerment in implementing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of a coal mining company (a case study of CSR implementation by PT BARA as a state-owned company)
R. Resnawaty & I.R. Adi

Interpretation of social policy in Jatinangor, Sumedang
M. Fedryansyah & I.R. Adi

Indonesia’s subnational competitiveness and preparedness for ASEAN economic community 2015: Mapping literatures
A. Virgianita & S.A. Choiruzzad

Victimisation in tax collection in Indonesia
P. Harahap & M. Mustofa

Local action for waste bank management through an environmental communication strategy and a collaborative approach for the sustainability of villages
D. Asteria, T. Santoso & R. Sari

The relationship between political parties and women’s Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Indonesia, South Korea, and Argentina
A. Perdana

Fishermen’s adaptation to aquatic environment changes in Jakarta Bay
T. Anugrahini & I.R. Adi

Gender bias on structural job promotion of civil servants in Indonesia (a case study on job promotion to upper echelons of civil service in the provincial government of the special region of Yogyakarta)
E.P.L. Krissetyanti

Tax amnesty policy implementation: The supporting and inhibiting factors
N. Rahayu & N. Dwiyanto

The impact of microfinance as a community development program
E. Rahayu & I.R. Adi

Work-family balance: A dilemma for women workers in the manufacturing industry (case study at PT. Bintang, Tangerang City, Banten)
I.L. Fawzi

Local wisdom of landslide disaster mitigation and change in ecosocial interaction at Bojong Koneng village
R. Raharja, F.G. Wibowo, R.V. Ningsih & S.V. Machdum

Contestation of aristocratic and non-aristocratic politics in the political dynamic in North Maluku
I.R.A. Arsad

Social enterprises policy approach for micro enterprises empowerment: Lessons learnt from the technology for region program in empowering micro enterprises in West and East Java, Indonesia
I.R. Maksum, A.Y.S. Rahayu & D. Kusumawardhani

This is a sample paper Confucius for non-Confucians: Understanding China from “without”
R.L. Benavides

Islam and the state: Political thought contextualisation of Hamka (Haji Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah), on the state, religion and morality in Indonesia
H. Herdiawanto

Halal tourism as Japan’s economic and diplomatic strategy
S.A. Wibyaninggar & S. Aminah

Indonesian women in transnational marriages: A gender perspective on their struggles, negotiations, and transformations on ownership rights as Indonesian citizens
R. Prihatiningsih, S. Irianto & S. Adelina

The struggle of women victims of child marriage in constructing the power of their body and life (case study in Ciasihan Village, Bogor District, West Java Province)
R. Kalosa, M.U. Anshor, I.M.D. Fajriyah & S. Irianto

The contributions of Minangkabau women, who established intercultural marriages, in creating a ‘new identity’ of the Minangkabau diaspora
M. Elfira

US foreign policy towards the democratisation of Syria in 2011–2014
S. Awal & I.F.R. Agoes

Dynamic governance in managing the urban environment— A conceptual framework of urban water governance
W. Mulyana & E. Suganda

Israeli women’s political participation in the peacemaking process between Israel and Palestine
M. Jamilah & Apipudin

Black lives matter in the progress of the African-American movement
A. Gracilia, T. Paramehta, N.N. Soeyono & I.F.R. Agoes

Asset management analysis and development strategy of Muara Angke fishing port
I. Iklina, A. Inggriantara & K. Djaja

Female-headed households in Kampung Bidara Cina: Negotiation, spatial practice and reproduction of spatial structure change
I. Pratiwi & Herlily

Constructs of vulnerability and resilience in the coastal community of Tanjung Pasir village, Tangerang
I.B.H. Gupta, A. Rahmat, A.T. Alamsyah & D. Syahdanul

Trading-off pattern of marine stewardship council management in Indonesia
A. Notohamijoyo, M. Huseini, R.H. Koestoer & S. Fauzi

Women’s position in Tara Bandu customary law: Case study on violence against women in Suco Tibar, Liquiçá municipality, Timor-Leste
A.D. Costa, S. Irianto & M. Siscawati

Preliminary study of environmental risk from endosulfan usage during the Green Revolution: Case study in central paddy area of Jombang District, East Java, Indonesia
E.S. Harsanti, H. Kusnoputranto, M. Suparmoko & A.N. Ardiwinata

Analysis of the implementation of Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) measures in the European Union (EU) on the export of Indonesian pepper and nutmeg
K. Triwibowo & T.A. Falianty

The politics behind Alpalhankam: Military and politico-security factors in Indonesia’s arms procurements, 2005–2015
T. Chairil

Pesantren education: The changing and the remaining. A case study of Bahrul Ulum Pesantren Tambak Beras in Jombang, East Java, Indonesia
M.L. Zuhdi

Citizen engagement: An approach to sustaining Indonesian rural water supply and sanitation?
R.Y. Kasri & S.S. Moersidik

Indonesian multi-track diplomacy for Palestine: Indonesian Red Crescent’s (Bulan Sabit Merah Indonesia) support for education of Palestinians
L. Taqwa & M.L. Zuhdi

The role of the Middle Eastern first lady in the public sphere: A case study of Queen Rania of Jordan
R.N. Fitria & Apipudin

Study of recreational function quality of public green open space around Jakarta’s East Flood Canal
H. Septa & J. Sumabrata

The optimisation of society as an environment conservation actor: Study of Citanduy upstream watershed conservation
H. Herdiansyah, A. Brotosusilo, H. Agustina & W. Berkademi

Indonesia’s support for Palestine in international forums
N.S. Azani & M.L. Zuhdi

Negotiating identities: National identity vs global branding and cooperation in the case of Real Madrid CF
V. Syamsi

Spiritual ecofeminism of indigenous women in Indonesia: A celebration of women’s strength, power and virtue
G. Arivia

The dynamics of Japan–ASEAN diplomacy: The significance of the 1991 Nakayama Proposal upon the establishment of the ASEAN Regional Forum in 1994
D. Afiatanti & I.K. Surajaya

Social transformation of Kuwaiti women and their contribution to Kuwait’s economic development
A.T. Hidayati & Apipudin

A strategy of inter-state institutional cooperation for conflict resolution and maritime security in Indonesia
A. Brotosusilo & I.W.A. Apriana

Waste management and waste minimization study in manufacturing (analysis of human involvement in the implementation of waste minimization in the auto component industry)
L. Handayani & S.S. Moersidik

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Isbandi Rukminto Adi is Professor in the field of Social Welfare. His research interest is on the field of community development and community empowerment; poverty aleviation and disaster programmes; child welfare and child protection; and social welfare policy, services and programmes. He has produced thirteen textbooks. He also has published several articles in journals, newspapers and actively involved in disseminating the importance of social welfare studies in different forums.

Rochman Achwan is professor of economic sociology at the Department of Sociology, University of Indonesia. His works have been published by Journal of Developing Societies (2016), Journal of Contemporary Asia (2013), Asian Case Research Journal (2012), and Asian Journal of Social Science (2009). He has also coauthored a chapter in Michael Burawoy et al. (2010). Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for a Global Sociology (vol. 2) (Joint Publication of the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan and Council of National Associations of the International Sociological Association, Barcelona, Spain).


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