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Proceedings of the International Seminar on Research for Social Justice (ISRISJ 2018), October 30, 2018, Bandung, Indonesia




ISBN 9781138369740
Published November 14, 2019 by Routledge
336 Pages

 
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Individuals are equipped with a wide range of knowledge that enhances their employability, health, family life, and social engagement. On this basis, providing equality for all has been set to be achieved as one of the United Nations sustainable development priorities. However, the international understandings are not only of what equality and inclusivity entail but also the social vision to achieve social justice. Best practices provide a meaningful cross-national discussion with respect to the following topics: power relations within research, social inequalities in society, science research for social justice, the redefinition of the notion of social justice, education for social justice, spatial justice, the research of gender and marginalized groups, the re-conceptualization of the epistemological foundation of research, hegemonic discourses on research, science technology for social justice and welfare, as well as culture and social justice.

This edited book aims to provide a new perspective for other benefits of research because generally, the research carried out only aims to answer scientific problems and often override aspects of humanities. In response to these concerns, the book attempts to re-map the main objectives of the research. The authors in this book offer new perspectives, especially in formulating the purposes of the studies they will perform. Therefore, this book presents a unique review of research with a variety of approaches that are coherent with the state of society in the world, followed by eleven scopes of various cases from a variety of perspectives that highlight theoretical and methodological questions about research and social justice. This book presents outstanding applications through multiple types of approaches that are relevant to the current context of world community issues. The articles in this book will be of interest to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as researchers who are interested in the social field, especially research for social justice.

Table of Contents

Social welfare: The prestige of students visitor café (Descriptive study to students in Bandung, Indonesia)
M.N.A. Abdullah & P. Fitriyani

Restructurization of peace education in higher education
I. Affandi & L. Anggraeni

Enabling local tour organizers: Striving for equitability in destination marketing opportunities through digital application
A. Agoes & E. Ervina

Migration as women resilience: An analysis of Indonesia migrant worker
Anggaunitakiranantika & I. Kodir

Deradicalization in higher education: How to make it work?
L. Anggraeni

Social and cultural agency in the practice of anti-intolerance and radicalism education in religion-based high schools
D. Astutik

Strengthening unity and harmony using local wisdom as a conflict resolution: An ethnographicstudy of Malay community in Pontianak
I. Azwar, I. Affandi, B. Maftuh & E. Malihah

Social justice and the independent activities of citizens and residents
M. Choi

The development of contextual-based interactive teaching materials using courselab application in civic education subject in building awareness of the rights and obligations of citizens
P. Dianti, S.A. Waluyati & H. Fatihah

Education and management of culture on the indigenous community of Tengger tribe
O.H. Nurcahyono, Dwi Astutik & Z. Rohmad

Characteristical strengthening based on cultural society on Cireundeu traditional villagers
Jaenuri, Elly Malihah, F. Aziz & D. Mustika

Women in the local political vortex, reviewing oversight balance in regional development
Hartati & R.Y. Maulana

Who is the most tolerance: Minority or majority?
G. Hendrastomo, N.E. Januarti & N. Hidayah

From local food wisdom to local food movement in Kampong Cireundeu, Cimahi City, West Java model
R. Hidayat, E. Siswono & M.H. Yanuardi

The issue of child poverty in Japan and the need for inclusive support examples of children’s restaurants
P. Hyunsuk

‘Therapeutic’ interviews and friendship as a methodological framework in social research on Muslim women
A. Izharuddin

Will local wisdom still exist in globalization? A study of social justice for the community with local wisdom
S. Komariah & F.N. Asyahidda

Weighing justice for LGBT
Y. Kurniawan, I.D.A. Nurhaeni & I.S. Putri

The development of audiovisual learning media by using pinnacle studio on Penal law course
C. Kurnisar & E. Nurdiansyah

The analysis of state ibuism and patriarchal value on empowerment and family welfare program in Surakarta, Indonesia
S.I. Liestyasari

Bringing social justice into research in education
B. Maftuh & V. Adriany

Empowering Dayak Segandhu community through welfare improvement
E. Malihah, P. Wulandari, Wilodati & Siti Nurbayani

Using the conflict resolution model “problem-based learning” in junior high school in an effort to restore Indonesian national identity
Y. Nugraha, E. Bunyamin Maftuh, Sapriya & E. Malihah

Pedophilic sexual disorders towards children: How should the community be taken care of?
S. Nurbayani, E. Malihah, S. Komariah & L. Utami

Gender disparity in tourism management: Evidence from Indonesia
I.D.A. Nurhaeni & R. Sugiarti

The implementation of deglobalization concept to efforts of rubber farmers marginalization in the globalization penetration
H.M. Pahrudin

Pancasila culture and social justice
C.E. Pheeney

Women’s entrepreneurial literacy and their business competitiveness
A.S. Purba, A. Hufad & N. Sutarni

Continuing political education: Learning through smart house elections
A. Rafni, S. Suryanef & Hariyanti

Realizing social harmony through character education “Tepo Seliro” in primary school-aged children in central Java
L.R. Rahmiaji

Children in the city park: Rethinking public space accessibility in the Child-Friendly City of Semarang
H.S. Rini & Gunawan

From rebellion to conformity: Study in punishment and de-ideologization of ex-terrorists in Indonesia
R. Robet & R.S. Jahja

Neighborhoods drifting apart: Suburban neighborhood stratification and its impact on spatial inequity of access to quality schools in suburban neighborhoods of Buffalo Metropolitan Area, New York
I. Saleh

Character value internalization method through campus habituation in the Department of Civics
Rahmat, Sapriya & S.W. Tanshzil

The protection of teachers’s rights in enforcing discipline in students
R. Sartika & I. Kurniawaty

Towards the development of ethno-education: An ethnoscience-based approach to integrated education management in Indonesia
L.J. Slikkerveer

Don’t get mad, become a teacher: A phenomenographic study of pre-service teachers at a Buddhist college in central Java, Indonesia
S. Smith

Implementation of equivalency education program in adulthood: Study in Bandung, Indonesia
Sodikin

Peer mediation as a conflict resolution model in social studies learning in vocational high schools
B.M. Sudarmi, E. Malihah & M. Ruhimat

The role of elite in maintaining local wisdom values and traditions in mendem stage houses amid the flow of modernization
T. Sulastri, S. Komariah & A. Hufad

Sunan Gunung Djati’s cultural Da’wah: Emphasis of the peaceful tradition among the people
K. Suryadi, L. Anggraeni & S.W. Tanshzil

The innovation of religion-based education policy in Padang City
S. Suryanef & A. Rafni

The needs of community-based integrated child protection in West Java, Indonesia
Susilawati, E. Susilowati, T. Riasih & I. Praptoraharjo

From children, adults to parents: Kalijodo public space as the ‘glue’ of intergenerational social interaction in the city of Jakarta
E. Sutanto & P. Junadi

Empowerment of local establishment communities Dayak Hindu Budha Bumi Segandhu Indramayu trial through development of life skill
N. Sutarni, A. Hufad & T. Hikmawan

Influence of socio-economic status of families on the academic achievement of students in Sma BPI 1 Bandung
M.I. Triawan, A. Hufad & Sardin

Hoax and local journalist in Bandung
D. Wibawa

Construction workers: The invisibly vulnerable laborers in the construction industry
L. Widaningsih

When elderlies define the word “happy”: A challenge for collective society
Yasnita, K. Suryadi, D. Budimansyah & U.S. Winataputra

Building critical thinking of conflict to Millennials in the frame of diversity: Is it possible?
Y. Hidayah, Sapriya, E. Malihah & B. Maftuh

New media and social justice: Framing analysis of news about iPusnas in www.metrotvnews.com as social justice implementation
M.S. Yuliarti

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Editor(s)

Biography

Elly Malihah is professor of sociology at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. She received her doctoral degree from Padjadjaran University, Indonesia. She works on gender studies and is currectly chairing the Center of Gender and Children Studies at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia.

Vina Adriany is associate professor of early childhood education at the Department of Early Childhood Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. She received her PhD from the Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University, UK. Her research focuses on the issues of gender in early childhood education and social justice in early childhood education. She has published a number of peer reviewed articles and book chapters on the topic. She has also been invited as visiting lecturer in Sutan Qaboos University, Oman and Gothenburg University, Sweden.

Tutin Aryanti is associate professor of architecture and gender and women’s studies at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. Her course of research revolves around spatial justice, gender issues in architecture, Islamic architecture, and ethnography. Her dissertation on gender and power in contemporary Indonesian mosque architecture was awarded the Best Dissertation in Social Sciences by the International Convention of Asia Scholars in 2015.

Hani Yulindrasari is senior lecturer in the Faculty of Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. She received her master’s and doctoral degrees in gender and Asian-related studies from the University of Melbourne. Her research interest is the psychology of gender and gender in education.

Alicia Izharuddin is senior lecturer in Gender Studies at the Faculty of the Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya, in Malaysia. She received her PhD in Gender Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK, in 2014. Her research focuses on gender and sexuality in Malaysia and Indonesia from a feminist perspective.