Delocalization of Adolescent Prostitution in Digital Era: Indonesia’s Challenge to Bring SDGs into Reality
Rahesli Humsona, Sri Yuliani, Sigit Pranawa
Available Online January 2020.
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- prostitution, delocalization, adolescent, structural dualism, SDGs
- This research aimed to study: 1) inter-actor relation in prostitution industry, particularly between adolescent prostitute and client, and 2) Indonesia’s challenge to bring SDGs concerning reproductive health into reality. Gidden’s structuring theory was used to understand the changing relation through structuring principle, while Mahbub Ul Haq’s human development theory to see direction of development policy reproductive health. Research method employed was qualitative one with phenomenological approach. Sample was taken using purposive technique, data collection was conducted using observation, in-depth interview, FGD, and document, data validation using source and method triangulation, and data analysis using interactive model encompassing data reduction, data display and conclusion drawing. Result of research showed: 1) prostitution delocalization is constructed with increased utilization of information and communication technology development. Relation dynamic in prostitution can be understood through a three-cluster structural principle analysis as social practice: signification, domination, and legitimation. Technology is facility realized and utilized as modality in domination cluster. Structural dualism changes social relation forms, but solidifies men’s power in accessing reproductive health service, 2) strategy to realize target of SDGs is included in presidential instruction, presidential regulation and RPJMN, despite the need for intervention at implementation level.
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TY - CONF AU - Rahesli Humsona AU - Sri Yuliani AU - Sigit Pranawa PY - 2020/01 DA - 2020/01 TI - Delocalization of Adolescent Prostitution in Digital Era: Indonesia’s Challenge to Bring SDGs into Reality BT - Third International Conference on Social Transformation, Community and Sustainable Development (ICSTCSD 2019) PB - Atlantis Press UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icstcsd-19.2020.19 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icstcsd-19.2020.19 ID - Humsona2020/01 ER -