Development, Social Change and Environmental Sustainability : Proceedings of the International Conference on Contemporary Sociology and Educational Transformation (ICCSET 2020), Malang, Indonesia, 23 September 2020 book cover
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Development, Social Change and Environmental Sustainability
Proceedings of the International Conference on Contemporary Sociology and Educational Transformation (ICCSET 2020), Malang, Indonesia, 23 September 2020



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Book Description

Nowadays, the concept of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) is starting to replace the concept of MDGs (Millennium Developmental Goals). It is a global goal adopted by all United Nations member states. It emphasizes the idea that the development of every country can only be achieved by balancing other factors such as social, economic, and environmental sustainability. It is already clear how sustainable development works with environmental ethics and management. However, there are still issues regarding the sustainable development and human well-being. Sustainable development should focus on finding a way for society to meet their present needs for the long term without sacrificing the ability of future generations to meet their needs. This international seminar provides research results and literature regarding the topic of sustainable development concept, the dynamics of sustainable development and social change, and environmental sustainability. The international seminar, entitled 1st International Conference on Contemporary Sociology and Educational Transformation, listed speakers from several countries providing an overview on human and environmental resilience. This book contains a selection of papers presented at the conference.

Table of Contents

1. Development, Political Ecology, and Agrarian change ; 2. Education Technology and Social Transformation; 3. Media and Social Change; 4. Digital Society and Education.; 5. Gender, Development, and Health issues; 6. Tourism and Economical Development; 7. Culture, Religion, and environmentalism; 8. Social Movement on Development and Environmental Issues

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Biography

Sumarmi is a lecturer at the Geography Department, Universitas Negeri Malang. Her research interest is not only on education but also includes environmental education and tourism as a sustainability area. She has published extensively in various leading academic journals, both national and international. Currently, she is Dean of the Social Science Faculty at Universitas Negeri Malang.
Nanda Harda Pratama Meiji is a lectures at the Sociology Department, Universitas Negeri Malang. He focuses on research areas like youth studies, tourism, the working world, and community development. His work was published in some journals and he has presented his academic work at some international conferences. Currently, he serves as secretary-general of the sociological association (ISI) in Malang, Indonesia.
Joan Hesti Gita Purwasih is a lecturer at the Sociology Department, Universitas Negeri Malang. She has an interest in areas like education, curriculum development, and radicalism among students. She is active as developer in the Education and Learning Development Institute, Universitas Negeri Malang (with a focus on Educational Instrumentation, Selection and Evaluation) and the Pancasila Institute.
Abdul Kodir is a lecturer at the Sociology Department, Universitas Negeri Malang. Currently, he is a secretary at the Sociology Department at the Social Science Faculty, Universitas Negeri Malang. His research focuses on Development Studies, Political Ecology, Agrarian Change, and Critical Tourism Studies. Recently, he became involved in research on Global Inequality in Southeast Asia.
Edo Han Siu Andriesse is a lecturer from the Netherlands, presently at the Geography Department, College of Social Sciences, Seoul National University. His research area is in development studies, human geography, rural coastal livelihood, poverty reduction, and regional development. He has some fieldwork experience in Malaysia, Laos, Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines.
Dorina Camelia Ilies is a professor from the Department of Geography, Tourism, and Spatial Planning at Oradea University. She is Editor in Chief of the international journal GeoJournal of Tourism and Geosites at the University of Oradea. She has published extensively in various leading academic journals with a focus on geography and tourism.
Ken Miichi is professor at the Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies at Waseda University. His research interest is on politics, culture, gender, comparative politics, social movements, and politics in Southeast Asia. He has published in academic journals and presented his academic work at some international academic conferences.