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Urban Studies: Border and Mobility
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Urban Studies (ICUS 2017), December 8-9, 2017, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia

ISBN 9781138580343
Published December 25, 2018 by Routledge
360 Pages

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Book Description

This work contains a selection of papers from the International Conference on Urban Studies (ICUS 2017) and is a bi-annual periodical publication containing articles on urban cultural studies based on the international conference organized by the Faculty of Humanities at the Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. This publication contains studies on issues that become phenomena in urban life, including linguistics, literary, identity, gender, architecture, media, locality, globalization, the dynamics of urban society and culture, and urban history.

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Table of Contents

Borders and mobility in arts, history, and well-being

Comparison of curcumin content and antioxidant activity of turmeric samples collected from Indonesia and Thailand: Considerations for the future sharing of the natural resource
A. Dechakhamphu, J. Junlatat, M. Agil, B. Prajogo & N. Pursariwati

Efficiency of household accounting: A case study of a model village in Thailand
N. Thongprasert & S. Mala

Forecasts for trans-border mobility: A case study of agricultural products imported from Laos to Thailand via the Chong-Mek border
N. Nanthasamroeng

Social class representation: FoodTruck Culinary Surabaya community
R. Rahartika

The Bawean ethnic language: Attitude and diglossic community culture
S.W.B. Utami

Multi-ethnic and religious conflicts in media reported by international online media: http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/statue-of-chinese-god-guan-yu-stokestension-in-indonesia
P. Wibawanto

Demystifying Nusantara
A. Bahroni

Commercial activities and development of the towns in the west side of Banda Sea Indonesia, early twentieth century
L.O. Rabani


Borders and mobility in literature and culture

Remixed Javaneseness: Lyrics of levelling adiluhung non-adiluhung
E.D. Riyanto

The expression of cultural values in Sundanese manuscripts of the Mandala period
H.M. Lyra, D. Indira & T. Muhtadin

Criticisms of the depiction of freedom of characters in Dewi Lestari’s novel entitled Supernova: Kesatria, Putri dan Bintang Jatuh
M.N.A.T. Gemilang

Translation ideology recommendation for translating cultural issues in children comics from English into Indonesian: Crossing the borders between language and culture of SLT and TLT
Nurlaila, M. Nababan, Djatmika & R. Santosa

The director’s responses and the shaping of Indonesia’s identity in the European film festival funding
R. Ihwanny & M. Budiman

Children in Indonesian cinema during colonialism: The border of cross-identity
S. Wibawa

Mimicking East Asian popular culture products: Temporality of urban global culture in Indonesia
S.M.G. Tambunan

Representation of nostalgia for home in diasporic poetry: An analysis of selected poems of mahtem shiferraw
S. Elias

Returned participants’ Perception of the Sarjana Mengajar di Daerah Terluar, Terdepan dan Tertinggal (SM-3T) program
Y.S. Amalia, C.S. Budiono & R. Andini

Capital reconversion practices by Srintil in the novel Ronggeng Dukuh Paruk
T.W. Iswara


Borders and mobility in language and multilingualism

Morphological system of Javanese verbs in the border area of East Java (Tapal Kuda)
A.S. Rohmah, Mahdar & W.A. Sari

Javanese Unggah-Ungguh level used in some rubrics of the Jaya Baya and Panjebar Semangat magazines
B.D.Y. Puteri

The role of language in border relations (Desa Tajungan Kec Kamal, Kab Bangkalan, Madura)
D.R. Sugiharti, Miladiyah & Y.S. Amalia

Indirect criticism in the ethnic Madurese community: Its various semantic formulas, lingual markers, and context of use
E. Jauhari & D. Purnanto

Multilingualism and mobility: Defining borders within Surabaya city through the linguistic cityscape
E. Rusnaningtias

Border or beyond: Dangdut jazz’s reception and liminality analysis in the ITS Jazz community
F.Z. Putri & B.A. Sansoko

Culture shifting from wearing sarong to wearing trousers amongst the people of Bangkalan Madura
I. Husna

Linguistic landscapes: A study of human mobility and identity change
K. Artawa & N.W. Sartini

Language transfer in Javanese video clips on YouTube: A sociolinguistic analysis of Cak Ikin’s Culoboyo videos
S.D.S. Tungga & T. Suhardijanto

Linguistic landscape as a social identity construction of the public space: The case of Batu District
Y. Indarti


Borders and mobility in education and policies

Policy implementation for fulfilling 30% quota of women’s representation in the 2014 legislative member election: A study on the PDI-P and the PPP in Palangka Raya
R.S. Tulis

Empowering SMEs and cooperatives: Export capacity building in the era of AEC trade liberalisation
Koesrianti, D. Puspitawati & N.A. Kurniasari

Development of an exercise program to enhance the ability of students in Thai massage classroom: Considerations for promoting traditional medicine education at national and international levels
K. Peng-ngummuang, K. Noiming, P. Promsit, S. Srisanga & J. Junlatat

Gaming is learning: No more border between children with and without autism spectrum disorder
L.H. Suryawardhani & Y.S. Amalia

Homeschooling as an alternative education system in Surabaya


Borders and mobility in gender, identity, and behaviorism

Environmentalism and consumerism: The contradiction of globalization in behavior consumption of the urban middle class in Surabaya, Indonesia
D.A. Arimbi, N. Wulan & F. Colombijn

The enforcement of state territoriality and shifting on borderlanders’ mobility: The case of Indonesia–Malaysia border in Sebatik Island
L. Puryanti

Civil society and the model of Dayak identity struggle in Central Kalimantan: A framework of neo-Gramscian–Tocquevillian analysis
A. Haridison & J.R.A. Sandi

Girl marriage and marginalisation of women in the cities of East Java
E. Susanti

Ajhemo practice among Madurese women and its correlation with independently healthy life behaviour
S. Ratnawati

Muslimah identity on the Wardah Muslim-segmented cosmetic products
N.C. Fajri


Borders and mobility in maritime, spatial movement and locality

Movements around island and waterfront reclamation projects
T. Kerr

Maintaining expressions of prohibition (pamali) as signaling the existence of tengger community’s culture
D. Handayani & M. Lutfi

Multiculturalism and local wisdom in the Gilimanuk-Bali community
I.B.P. Manuaba

Cultural capital of traders on Pahing Sunggingan market in Boyolali
J.S. Gumilang, M. Wijaya, B. Haryono & M. Si

“The Legend of Nusantara”: Disguising the boundary between locality and globality in Indoeskrim Nusantara’s commercial advertisement

Urban environmental quality and human well-being assessment: Towards walkable neighborhood (A case study of Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya)
E.T. Sunarti, A.B. Tribhuwaneswari, O.E. Rachmalisa & R.P. Kurniasanti

Trialectic city space based on an immigrant view through urbanisation: A study on settlement migrants in Surabaya city
I.Y.A. Rohmah

The influence of social mobility on cultural values: A case study on Chinese-Indonesians in Surabaya, Indonesia – preliminary research
R.A. Saputra

Local government capacity in managing fishery conflict in the Indonesia–Malaysia maritime border zone
M.A.P. Sari, M.R.K. Muluk & Sujarwoto

Coffee stall: Politics identity of Cangkrukan
L. Santoso & M.G.R. Pandin


Borders and mobility in media, technology and global research

Awareness and preparation for cross-border future careers under the one belt, one road initiative proposed by the People’s Republic of China (PRC): A case study of students majoring in Chinese at UBRU, Thailand and HUFL, Vietnam
S. Songsukrojiroad & L.L. Chuyen

Articulating Indonesian migrant domestic workers’ activism in Hong Kong and the use of communication technology
I. Wahyudi

Interagency collaborative team in broadcasting management at the border area of Sintang Regency, Indonesia
L.H. Kurnia, I.W. Midhio & T.B. Prasetyo

Border broadcasts and national identity representation in Entikong, West Kalimantan
L. Tjahjandari, T.I. Setyani & L.H. Kurnia

The slut-shaming phenomenon in social media: A case study on female English literature students of Binus University
P. Ayuningtyas & A.A.T. Kariko

Mobile life, communication technology, and disreputable literacy
S. Herminingrum

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Dr. Thor Kerr researches representation in public controversies around new island and waterfront reclamation projects. His books include To the Beach: Community Conservation and its Role in ‘Sustainable Development’ (2015) and Setting up the Nyoongar Tent Embassy: A Report on Perth Media 2013). Thor coordinates a master course at Curtin University’s School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts, where he is also a member of the Australia-Asia-Pacific Institute (AAPI). He recently coedited a volume for AAPI titled: Indian Ocean Futures: Communities, Sustainability and Security (2016). Thor developed and managed architectural media and information services in Southeast Asia in the late 1990s and early 2000s. His relationship with Indonesian media goes back to 1996, when he began working at The Jakarta Post newspaper.

Bekisizwe S. Ndimande earned his PhD. in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. He is currently Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction in the Department of Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching at the University of Texas at San Antonio. His research interests intersect issues of equity, diversity, decolonizing methodology, and social justice education. He conducts this research within the fields of curriculum studies, education policy, multicultural education, children’s rights, and immigrant education. He has published several journal articles and book chapters, including Pedagogy of the Township, in Sonia Nieto (Ed.), Dear Paulo: Letters from Those who Dare Teach; Race and Resources, Race Ethnicity and Education; The Role of Indigenous Languages and Focus Groups in Qualitative Inquiry: Experiences from the Global South, in Norm Denzin & Michael Giardina (Eds.). Global dimensions of qualitative inquiry; and Lutas Docentes nas Escolas Públicas para negros na. África do Sul pós-apartheid, Cadernos de Educação, a Brazilian journal. Dr. Ndimande’s article, From Bantu Education to the Fight for Socially Just Education, which appeared in Equity & Excellence in Education journal, was among the 18 articles selected by Taylor & Francis Press as representative of the interdisciplinary nature of social justice studies. His new book, Privatization and the education of marginalized children: Policies, impacts ad global lessons, (co-edited with Dr. Chris Lubienski) was published by Routledge in 2017.

Jan van der Putten is Professor Austronesistik in the Department of Southeast Asia (Asien-Afrika-Institut) at the University of Hamburg where he teaches on Southeast Asian literatures and cultures. Traditional Malay writings is one of his main research projects affiliated with the Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC) in Hamburg. He also ventures in other types and periods of Malay traditions and literary expressions. In general, his research explores the meaning of traditional and popular Malay texts and their distribution among peoples and exchange between cultures.

Daniel Johnson-Mardones is Professor in the Department of Education FASCO, University of Chile. He earned his PhD in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA, his Master’s Degree in the field of Education, Curriculum y Comunidad Educativa, in the University of Chile (2010) and his degree in Historia y Geografia at the University of Concepción (1998). His PhD. scholarship was from Becario Fullbright (2011–2015). He is also a scholarship recipient of Becario Tinker (2012) for research in Latin Amercia and Becario CONICYT (2008–2009) and for the Master’s Program in Education, Curriculum, and Communicative Community. Whilst studying for his doctorate, he was an Instructor in Social Sciences focusing on Problems and Diversity in the Teaching of Social Sciences (UIUC 2014–2016). He has also been an editor of the Qualitative Research Journal and a reviewer on Cultural Studies and Critical Methodologies, Educational Thought, Themes of Education.

Diah Ariani Arimbi lectures in English literature at the Airlangga University in Surabaya, Indonesia. She received her PhD from UNSW, Sydney, Australia in 2006. Her current researches include images of women and the conception of beauty in teenage magazines, and the ways women are portrayed in Orientalist discourses. One of her published books entitled “Reading Contemporary Indonesian Muslim Women Writers: Representation, Identity and Religion of Muslim Women in Indonesian Fiction” has been cited numerously. She is currently officiated as the Dean of Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Airlangga.

Dr. Yuni Sari Amalia is lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities at the Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. She is also the head of the Center for Innovation in Learning and Certification [PIPS UNAIR]. The center oversees the university’s digital learning program along with the development of Airlangga University’s E-Learning Application (AULA). She earned her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. She is a Fulbright fellow and has received several international awards, including the William Bagley Award, James Machin Award, and the Indonesian Ambassador’s Award for Excellence. Her research interests include multicultural education, teaching methodologies, learning innovation, and evaluation in higher education. She has presented her research internationally, including at the Oxford University and Harvard University. Collaboratively, she published a book chapter in the international handbook of interpretation in educational research methods. She also presented and published a paper entitled coming to know theory at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference.

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