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Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik
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Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik (JSP) is an open access, and peer-reviewed journal. Our main goal is to disseminate current and original articles from researchers and practitioners on various contemporary social and political issues: gender politics and identity, digital society and disruption, civil society movement, community welfare, social development, citizenship and public management, public policy innovation, international politics & security, media, information & literacy, politics, governance & democracy, radicalism and terrorism. JSP is published three times a year.
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Antagonisme Sosial, Diskonsensus, dan Rantai Ekuivalensi: Menegaskan Kembali Urgensi Model Demokrasi Agonistik Hanif, Hasrul
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 11, No 1 (2007): JULI (Demokrasi Mencari Bentuk)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jsp.11005

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Debates on linkages between democracy and welfare remain fascinating issues in contemporary democracy studies, especially in Indonesia. Howeuer, mainstream studies on such issues were influenced, foremost, by political economy approaches and classic liberalism. Thus, mainstream studies pay less attentions on decontruct both the idea of democrary and welfare and tend to essensialize democracy and welfare. lt also insulate politics from conflict and social antagonisms. Rather than analysing pattern of linkages betwoeen welfare and democracy, this study inquire about welfare itself –as common goods– is empty/floating signifier and then put emphasis on welfare –as articulatory social practices and discursiae reality– always been produced, presented and represented in and through political process or battle for hegemony. Moreover, whilst this study underline the primacy of political and discursive social practices, it strongly differ from model of deliberative democracy (liberal pluralist) since it re-emphasize agonistic model of democracy, that was introduced by post-marxist or radical pluralist thinkers. Last of all, agonistic model of democracy deem conflict, undecidability and social antagonism as virtue of democracy and main of political life.
Pengetahuan Ekologi Tradisional Masyarakat Orang Asli Jakun dalam Menilai Ekosistem Servis di Tasik Chini, Malaysia Seftyono, Cahyo
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 15, No 1 (2011): JULI (Kebijakan Sosial di Aras Lokal)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jsp.10925

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The relationship between human and ecosystem is inseparable from one another. Ecosystem management is also a reflection of human knowledge on the ecosystem itself. It is the knowledge structure that determines the pattern of relationship developed between man and environment in the surrounding ecosystem. Taking the example of the pattern of relations of community-environment as practiced by indigenous people in Tasik Chini, Malaysia, this paper shows how one of the good practice of traditional ecological knowledge is produced and reproduced by local people to be able to create a pattern of harmonious relations among citizens and between communities with its environment.
Jurnalisme Politik: Keberpihakan Media dalaim Pemilu 2004 Masduki, -
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 8, No 1 (2004): JULI (Representasi dan Keberpihakan dalam Media)
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The idea of independent political journalism failed to perform during the 2004 general election in Indonesia. Instead of keeping equal distance from the bourgeois dan capitalist interest, a number of the journalists even proud to be able to serve them.
(Tidak) Demokrasi ala Asia Hiariej, Eric
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 1, No 2 (1997): NOVEMBER
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jsp.11174

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The discussion about democracy generally comes to the perspective differences at the philoshopical level. Despite these differences, some political experts are quite optimistic on the future of democracy in many countries. This optimism lies on the fact that there has been a consensus to measure democracy at the practical level. Based on this background, Neher and Marlay use Procedural democratic criterias to hightight the mozaic of democracy in Asian countries. Both fall to the conclusion that Asian democracy posseses a unique characteristic, which is called "asian-style democracy"
Dinamika Sistem Kesejahteraan dan Modal Sosial di Masyarakat Banjar Pakraman-Bali Meniarta, I Ketut; Dwipayana, AAGN Ari
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 13, No 2 (2009): NOVEMBER (Demokrasi dan Transformasi Institusi Tradisional)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jsp.10963

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This study explores and uncovers the welfare system of Banjar Pakraman-Bali community existing nowadays, and then the history and development are observed. Besides that, there is also observation on state welfare systems and the market worked in Banjar Pakraman community and its interaction. Due to welfare is a complex matter, then this study only focused on the fulfillment of public main necessaries in order to specify the discussion.The result suggests that community of Banjar Pakraman Batannyuh has a welfare system which was practiced since long time ago. This system is based on Menyama Braya and Suka Duka values, its institutions form of Keliran, Dadia and Sekehe besides through mechanisms of mutual cooperation, arisan, contribution and giving each other. The main principle of this system is even redistribution and balance without differentiating economic status of community, thus it is not pro poor. When public condition is homogenous, this system is effective to bring public welfare into reality. Whereas, with the heterogeneity in community and high discrepancy due to market system inducing makes this system become not effective. Even this system burdens public.On the other hand, state welfare system also reaches the community life of Banjar Pakraman. This system which derived from state is not replacing welfare system of Banjar Pakraman, but there is a variation on relation patterns, it is depend on the policy. In general, subsidy policy for poor community is ineffective, thus people makes an even redistribution according to main principle of Banjar Pakraman welfare system.The dynamics of public welfare system in Banjar Pakraman is phenomenon of social changing. This dynamics occurs due to influence from state and free market which got response from Banjar Pakraman community, thus the free market become more dominant. The influence of free market had change public behaviors, thus improve the efficiency and effectiveness of custom activity.
Penanggulangan Kemiskinan: Kebijakan dalam Perspektif Gerakan Sosial Nasikun, J.
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 6, No 1 (2002): JULI (Kebijakan Publik: Perspektif Alternatif)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jsp.11091

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The poors have been ignored within the process of economic development, as myth of non-existence reveals. More over, they have been discredited as the attempt to recognise their existence become a liability. It is widely assumed that policies in favour to the poor essentially compromising the interest of the growing economy. Based on this kind of "auto-critics" the author advocates the importance of integrating the poor within the entire national system of development. Not only the policies have provided the poor with sufficient access to information and technology and the market, a fair distribution of resourcess is imperative. Simply put, the thrust of poverty aleviation policy is restructuring the economy so that the poors gain wider access and stronger bargaining power. In order to make this imperative, poverty aleviation should be treated as social movement. By approaching poverty aleviation as a form of social movement, social and institutional bases for involving the poor in the process of development is strengthened. Moreover, the deepening of the movement eventually institutionalising the policy and the public agenda, not merely issue to be disscused by government official and a limited number of intellectuals.
Indonesian Human Resources Readiness in term of Facing the ASEAN Economic Community Fathin, Cinintya Audori; Perdana, Arika Bagus; Kartikasari, Ayu; Sulistyastuti, Dyah Ratih
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 18, No 2 (2014): November
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This article explains about the dilemma which will be faced by Indonesia when the the Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) is implemented in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by the end of 2015. The data which will be used to describe the existing condition of the human resources competitiveness in Indonesia in this article is the secondary data, such as Human Development Index (HDI); World Knowledge Competitiveness Index (WKCI); Global Knowledge Competitiveness Index (GKCI); Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI); Global Innovation Index (GII); and The Networked Readiness Index. Where upon, these indices will be used as the guidance to compare the human resources quality in Indonesia with Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and the other ASEAN countries.Based on the data analysis, these indices show that Indonesian human resources are still far left behind in terms of competition with the other three ASEAN countries. It is feared that the weak competitiveness of human resources in Indonesia may cause the infl ux of the foreign skilled workers in more signifi cant numberas a consequence of the implementation of MRA.
Perubahan Lingkungan dan Konflik Kekerasan Membaca Papua Melalui Pendekatan Environmental Security Martanto, Ucu
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 11, No 2 (2007): NOVEMBER (Dinamika Politik Lingkungan)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jsp.10995

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Though many researchers haue been incorporated enaironment and natural resources aspects in their analysis to understand prolong conflict in Papua-Indonesia, their reports seem flaw and vogue in determining the linkages between enaironment (and natural resources) and aiolent conflicts. It creates ambiguous and weak proposals to resolae complex and multidimensional conflict in Papua. This article propose theoretical framework, often used in developing countries, to understand and interprete empirical phenomenon on enaironmental induced conflict in Papua. Enaironmental scarcity theory elaborates the causes of environmental induced conflict in three dimensions: the causes of environmental scarcity, the social effects, and the type of conflicts.
Resistensi Wong Cilik Atas Pasar (Alokasi-Konsumsi) Nugroho, Ganjar
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 5, No 1 (2001): JULI (Khasanah Gerakan Sosial)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jsp.11109

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The market is not only a habitus for peaceful exercise, but also conflict. In its massiveness, market controversially exists. The little people who are marginalized and lack of necessaries suffer from poverty and inequality, and thus continually resist the market. They set purchasing and selling tactics, bear gossips and cynicisms, steal commodities, and plunder and utterly destroy the marketplaces. Though these stratagems do not eliminate the market, they clearly deligitimatize its justification.
Language as a Status Symbol of Power in Social Interactions at a Multicultural School in the City of Medan Desky, Ahmed Fernanda; Pujiati, Pujiati; Simanihuruk, Muba; Ismail, Rizabuana; Manurung, Ria
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 20, No 3 (2017): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jsp.27210

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One’s habit in language use is influenced by daily social life structures thereby creating different interaction patterns both individually or as a group. Sociology of language critically analyzes the use of language as a symbol of power which dominates the arena in a multicultural school. This research utilizes mixed methods as it is considered capable of finding and answering the issues and problems under examination. The location of research was Sultan Iskandar Muda High School which is the only multicultural education curriculum based pilot school in the city of Medan. The informants in this study were the principal, teachers, and students while the respondents were samples of high school students totaling 86 individuals. Research results show that one’s power in language use is determined by one’s interest in using language. School power and individual power has different portions when positioning one’s self during interactions. Although power is coercive in nature, the community must submit to rules of the school. The power of the school in determining language emphasizes values of nationalism, which is different to individual or group power which adjusts the language to the situation at hand so that relations of language use has its own portion of interaction in the multicultural school.

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