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Arryman Fellows Info

Kamis, 14 November 2013, bertempat diRuang Seminar FISIP Universitas Sebelas Maret, Pak Benny Subianto-Executive Director The Indonesian Scolarship and Reseach Support Foundation memberikan paparan tentang program Call for 2014 Arryman Fellows. Ada banyak hal yang dibagi kepada peserta diskusi yang terdiri dari dosen, mahasiswa reguler maupun pasca tentang program Arryman Fellows. The Indonesian Scholarship and Research Support Foundation/Yayasan Beasiswa and Dukungan Penelitian Indonesia adalah lembaga berbadan hukum Indonesia bertujuan untuk menghasilkan generasi baru sarjana Indonesian berkelas dunia. ISRSF menyadari bahwa Indonesia memiliki banyak Ph.D tapi hanya terdapat sedikit scholars, untuk itu ISRSF ingin menghasilkan doktor yang penuh dedikasi sebagai scholar dan pada scholarship.

Untuk informasi lebih lengkap : http://www.isrsf.org/#&panel1-1.

Event Ikatan Sosiologi Indonesia

Ikatan Sosiologi Indonesia bekerjasama dengan Sosiologi FISIP Universitas Sebelas Maret mengadakan rangkaian kegiatan Seminar Nasional dan Konggres Ikatan Sosiologi Indonesia, pada 23-24 Okotober 2013 di Universitas Sebelas Maret.  Rangkaian kegiatan tersebut berupa call paper, presentasi kluster, konggres untuk memilih ketua umum dan sekretaris jenderal Ikatan Sosiologi Indonesia dan ditutup dengan launching buku.

Call paper dan presentasi menjadi ruang bagi tukar gagasan, temuan dan hasil riset dan dari peminat sosiologi seluruh Indonesia. Sedangkan pada sesi konggres, menghasilkan Prof. Dwia Aries Tina Pulubuhu/Unhas dan Arie Sujito, MA/UGM sebagai ketua dan sekjen ISI. Rangkaian kegiatan tersebut kemudian ditutup dengan launching buku, Memahami Kembali Indonesia : Publikasi Ikatan Sosiologi Indonesia #2013.

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Need-Based Street Children Management

Argyo Demartoto-Universitas Sebelas Maret. Asian Social Science; Vol. 8, No. 11; 2012,  ISSN 1911-2017 E-ISSN 1911-2025, Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education.

Need-Based Street Children Management in Surakarta City of Central Java Province of Indonesia

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The objective of research is to find out the characteristics of street children, the cause of children becoming street children, and the management of street children problems in Surakarta City. As the marginalized and alienated children from the hard environment of city, the some street children living and working in the street, work in the street but still return back to their parents’ home everyday, then some of them work in the street and return back to their origin once in 1 – 3 months and the problematic street adolescents disperse in a variety of certain zones because of poverty, domestic violence, parents’ encouragement, and children’s environmental factor. The management of street children is determined by the need and problem the street children is facing whether using street based with street literacy, centre based and re-socialization through the open house for street children as well as community based approaches by conducting activity and advocacy on the street children problems involving all potencies of society. In fact, the approaches above are overlapping. The most important point is our empathy and commitment to manager the street children problem.

Patriarchal Residues in Indonesia

Pam Nilan-University of Newcastle, dan Argyo Demartoto-Universitas Sebelas Maret.  European Journal of Social Sciences. ISSN 1450-2267 Vol.31 No.2 (2012), pp. 279-293 © EuroJournals Publishing, Inc. 2012

Patriarchal Residues in Indonesia: Respect Accorded Senior Men by Junior Men

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Indonesia is undergoing an economic boom, yet gender relations and local systems of authority remain highly patriarchal. This article sheds light on how Indonesian men under the age of 28 explain respect for powerful senior men in their local communities. 25 men from five Indonesian cities – Jakarta, Pekanbaru, Solo, Makassar and Mataram – were interviewed. Taking patriarchy as a point of departure, the data interpretation explores hierarchical relations of seniority and authority between Indonesian men. Bourdieu’s notions of ‘symbolic capital’ and ‘field’ are used to explore the competition over social resources that lies behind the elevation of some senior men. Although the young men are commenting on contemporary male–male relations in Indonesia, the residue of past traditions of hierarchy and patronage still inform notions of honour and respect between men. Such traditional systems of patronage and deference exemplifying patrimonial relations still seem to prevail, even in times of economic growth. The article argues that, depending on the nature of the Indonesian community in question, the powerful senior man might be fearfully respected for his capacity to exercise violence and/or the threat of violence, or be revered and honoured for his capacity to create order and harmony through wise and refined paternalistic guidance.

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