Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Social Transformation, Community and Sustainable Development (ICSTCSD 2019)

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The Impact of Coal Mining On Environmentally Sustainable Development

Toni Kumayza
This study identifies an environmentally sustainable development in the Kutai Kartanegara Regency in the province of East Kalimantan. Kutai Kartanegara is a regency with a significant economic growth since the decentralisation of permit authorization in the mineral sector in Indonesia. The analytical...

Establishment Of Soloraya Tourism Forum Institution: Strengthening Networks or Sharpening the Contestation of Interest ?

Jacika Pifi Nugraheni, Sudarmo, Rutiana Dwi Wahyunengseh
The institutional formation of the Soloraya Tourism Forum is one of the government's efforts to build tourism in Soloraya in a synergic, integrated and sustainable manner. This study seeks to discuss the perspective of institutional theory related to aspects of network analysis at the empirical level...

Strategic Issue In Smart Mobility Development In Surakarta

Kristina Setyowati, Retno Suryawati, Herwan Parwiyanto
Increased urbanization current and increased vehicle population in urban areas have generated urban transportation challenges. To deal with it, a smart mobility concept is developed constituting a concept deriving from smart city using ITS, a system that can give an opportunity of optimizing and improving...

Small Enterprises by Former Migrant Workers

Sri Wijayanti, Nurul Azizah Zayzda
Indonesia migrant workers have potential social remittance that they generated while working in their host country. Social remittance itself is identified as a capability which is got from a foreign country, namely skill, knowledge, and culture that give the advantage to develop themselves and their...

BAZNAS in Free Healthcare Program in Karanganyar Regency

Samsi, Darsono, Suprapti Supardi, Sapja Anantanyu
Free healthcare program established by Karanganyar’s Regent this time has not been effective and undergone by all community’s member. Otherwise, Karanganyar Moslem’s awareness to distribute some of their income or wealth in the form of zakat through BAZNAS keeps increasing. Therefore, as an institution...

Ecological Political Commitments: Measuring The Ecological Leadership Visions of District Head In Bangka Belitung Region

Rendy, Ibrahin, Pratama Sandy
Bangka Belitung is an area rich in natural resources, especially tin. The tin mining process has also continued for hundreds of years, leaving massive environmental damage in the region. Therefore, a leader is required to be able to guarantee political and legal commitments as a regional head. This paper...

Design of Support System For Early Childhood Teachers in Implementing Sustainable Development Based Education

Afifah Nur Hidayah, Siti Rahmaniar Abubakar, Dorce B Pabunga, Asrun Safiuddin
Early childhood education teachers play a very important role in achieving the objectives of sustainable development based program at school. However, many obstacles faced by teachers when implementing a new program including this sustainable based education program. Therefore, a support system is needed...

Implication of Adat Existence in Regionalisation of Politics

Sukri, Andi Ali Armunanto, Ariana Yunus, Sakinah Nadir, Dian Ekawaty
This paper aims to analyze how democratization through regional election has the potentiality to harmful the existence of an ethnic group that also recognizing as indigenous people in Indonesia. It seems to occur where the political dynamics happen in the regional area. Based on research in the Toraja...

Building Village Economic Independence Through Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDes

Hikmah Nuraini
The purpose of Viilage-Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) formation is to be an avant-garde in keeping and managing village resources and assets in a one-stop management to enhance village own-source revenue. BUMDes is also expected to enhance society participation in the management of village assets and resources...

Collaborative Governance in Overcoming Poverty Problems in Surakarta: A Literature Review

Cahyoko Edi Tando, Sudarmo, Rina Herlina Haryanti
Poverty is one of complex problem engages many stakeholders that exist in society. The government as the highest authority will not be able to do everything, therefore, it certainly requires other parties who are willing to help overcome poverty especially in the city of Surakarta. The solution offered...

Understanding the Factors Causing Drug Abuse to Nurture Drug-Free Youth

Sigit Pranawa, Sri Yuliani, Thomas Aquinas Gutama, Rahesli Humsona
Narcotics and drugs or hazardous substances (drugs) are the most dangerous cross-border problems that can damage all people’s life throughout world. Regarding drug abuse issue, Surakarta city has had an alarming rate, 1.96% of the population, close to national average of 2.2%. This study aimed to find...

Narration Of Stakeholder Perspectives On Online Transportation Policy

Okki C. Ambarwati, Rino A. Nugroho, Didik G. Suharto, Kristina Setyowati
The phenomenon of the online transportation emergence was responded by the Indonesian government by issuing a policy on online transportation. The success of a policy mostly depends on its implementation. This implementation is the realization of the perceptions of policy actors and target groups on...

Rhetorical Analysis of Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto at the 2019 Presidential Election Open Debate

Mite Setiansah, Nana Sutikna, Bambang Widodo
The discourse on the rhetoric of the presidential candidates became one of the most discussed topics in the 2019 presidential election. As in the 2014 presidential election, Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto were considered to have very different rhetorical styles. Joko Widodo has a relaxed rhetorical...

Representation Of Empowerment For Very Poor Household Women Through The Social Aid (The Study of Social Aid of The Hope Family Program in Banyumas Regency)

Ibnu Panji Arifin, Tyas Retno Wulan, Soetji Lestari
The purpose of this study was to find out the representation of empowerment of very poor household women through the social aid of the Program Keluarga Harapan (PKH) in Banyumas Regency. The method used in this study was qualitative with a phenomenological approach, collecting in-depth interview data...

The Ethics of Public Administration and Policy for Sustainability Development: a Case of Indonesia

Sukarso, Niken Paramarti Dasuki
The study of moral issues ​​in public administration has been dominated by instrumental values ​​about achieving goals, not by the goals themselves. History about the values ​​adopted by public administration as far as starting from the classics with effectiveness and efficiency to those considered contemporary...

Disaster Management of flash flood in Banyumas : The Role of Regional Disaster Management Agency

Tri Yumarni, Swarantari Anggi Rahanti, Guntur Gunarto
Banyumas is prone to several disasters including landslide, earthquake and flash flood with fifth rank of disaster prone areas among districts and cities in Central Java. Additionally 18 sub districts in from total 27 sub districts in Banyumas are prone to flash flood. Local Disaster Management Agency...

Media Agenda Setting as Strengthening Environmental Awareness and Concern in Youth

Imam Petrus Prawoto Jati, Dian Bestari Santi Rahayu
Media has a very vital role in society. One of the important functions of the media is the agenda setting function. The Agenda Setting Theory is a theory that states the ability of mass media to transfer two elements, namely awareness and information to the public agenda by directing public awareness...

Delocalization of Adolescent Prostitution in Digital Era: Indonesia’s Challenge to Bring SDGs into Reality

Rahesli Humsona, Sri Yuliani, Sigit Pranawa
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...

Javanese Culture in Internal Control in Government Bureaucracy

Mutia Rizal
Local culture, including Javanese, has a treasure of values ​​and principles that have deep roots in society. These values ​​and principles are able to manifest in behavior, including in terms of self-control when working in a bureaucratic environment. In an atmosphere of formal and rational bureaucracy,...

Social Relations of Agent and Structure in the BPJS Health Service System

RB Soemanto, Thomas Aquinas Gutama
The BPJS Health service system supports the improvement of public health status. This qualitative study with a phenomenological approach aims to understand the social relations of BPJS participants in the health service system in Wonogiri Indonesia. The analysis unit is the active and non-active BPJS...

Social Capital Representation in Structured Peer Education for Prevention of Mother – to – Child Transmission

Argyo Demartoto
Women and child with HIV/AIDS deserve protection as included in the third goal of SDGs. This qualitative study with phenomenological approach aimed to study structured Peer Education in social capital-based Prevention of Mother – to – Child Transmission or PMTCT in Surakarta Indonesia. Units of analysis...

Complaints Handling Model as an Instrument of Public Service in Higher Education: A Case at Jenderal Soedirman University

Wisnu Widjanarko, Tri Nugroho Adi
This study attempts to measure the extent to which the service quality in complaints handling determines the quality of a higher education institution. This study following a descriptive qualitative approach is based on a focus group discussion as the data collection technique. Informants as the subject...

Fiscal Challenges of Decentralisation in Gambia

Modou Jonga
This research attempts to explore the documented fiscal challenges that constrain the process of decentralization) in The Gambia. Thorough analysis of the fiscal shortcomings within the context of decentralization set the basis for the paper. The Paper used primary and secondary sources to gather information...

The Portrait Of Women's Independence In The Family Resilience Program In North Purwokerto Subdistrict Banyumas Regency

Cian Ibnu Sina, Soetji Lestari, Tyas Retno Wulan
This paper aims to describe the Portrait of Women's Independence in the Resilience Program (PKH). The study is based on gender analysis with a qualitative approach. The research strategy chosen was descriptive narrative with the method of in-depth interviews with the research subjects. Based on the results...

The Role of Creative Economy in Promoting Sustainable Rural Development

Slamet Rosyadi, Agus Haryanto, Ayusia Sabhita Kusuma, Elpeni Fitrah
The purpose of this paper is to explain the relationship between creative economy and sustainable rural development. Literature review is used to address how the role of creative economy in promoting sustainable rural development. Evidence from some cases is selected to provide empirical facts. Practices...

Flood Disaster Mitigation Policy Analysis ( A Case Study in Pangkalpinang City)

Yuli Tirtariandi El Anshori, Enceng, Jasrial
Disaster mitigation in Pangkalpinang City is one of the concerns of the Pangkalpinang City Government after the major floods in 2016. This study aims to look at how disaster mitigation policies are carried out by the Pangkalpinang City Government, especially by the Disaster Management Agency of Pangkalpinang...

The Analysis of Performance Agreement Effectiveness in Local Government

Lilis Sri Sulistiani, Muslih Faozanudin
This paper aims to analyze the performance agreements effectiveness in the Banyumas Regency Government. A performance agreement is one component of performance management in the form of a document that contains leadership assignments to employees to carry out programs or activities that are accompanied...

Democracy and Corruption in Indonesia (A Study of Corruption Cases in Reformation Era)

Muslihuddin, Rais Agil Bahtiar
Corruption in Indonesia is actually not a new phenomenon. Corruption has existed since the era of the old order, new order, even the colonial era. In the reformation era style democratic political system, corruption became apparent that open our eyes that it turns out, it has had a chronic illness. Theoretically,...

Global Health Policy on Maternal Malaria

Nuriyeni Kartika Bintarsari
Malaria is one of the deadliest diseases globally. Malarial infection is one of the top causes related to maternal and infant mortality rates worldwide. Malaria is the second most common cause of infectious disease-related death in the world, after tuberculosis. This paper will explain the importance...

Developing of The Continuing Professionalism Development (CPD) Policy for Teachers in Islamic School (Madrasah): Learning From Finland

Jauharoti Alfin, Ali Mas'ud, Ahmad Zakki Fuad, Achmad Muhibbin Zuhri
Teacher Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the mandate of the law to improve the quality of education in Indonesia coupled with the provision of professional allowances. The CPD has not been running ideal. The teacher still positions himself to wait for the professional development program...

Public Privat Partnership Opportunities in Developing Bank Desa

Denok Kurniasih, Paulus Israwan Setyoko, Shadu Satwika Wijaya
The biggest efforts to develop the community's economy is through the establishment of Bank Desa. The concept of Bank Desa, becomes the choice of the village government in providing village funds that have been given by the government to the village. The establishment of a bank desa is expected to provide...

Collaborative Governance in Policy Advocacy of Exclusive Breastfeeding Practice in Semarang City

Retno Sunu Astuti, Bianglala Asmarasari
Reducing infant and under-five mortality by 2030 is one of the goals of sustainable development. One way to achieve the aforementioned goal is to intensify the practice of exclusive breastfeeding. In Indonesia, it was recorded that in 2017 the exclusive breastfeeding had only reached 61.33%, while in...

Towards a Sustainable Employment Relationship for Public Universities in Malaysia

Badariah Ab Rahman
This paper discusses the workplace partnership practices in Malaysia through the Academic Staff Associations (AJCC) at a public universities in Malaysia. Extensive literature have argued that workplace partnership such as the JCC has the capacity to increase job satisfaction, reduce industrial disharmony,...

Divorce Among State Civil Apparatus in Cilacap Regency

Dyah Retna Puspita, Rin Rostikawati, Pawrtha Dharma
The high number of divorce cases in Cilacap Regency in the last few years (the most in number in Central Java) is an interesting phenomenon to study especially among the State Civil Apparatus/ASN. This is in line with their role as government policy implementers and public service providers who need...

Gender Analysis of Employment Condition in Purbalingga Regency

Dyah Retna Puspita, Wahyuningrat
The number of wigs and faked eyelashes factories in Purbalingga Regency that employing tens of thousands of female is an interesting subject to study from a gender perspective. For this reason, this study aims to examine the employment conditions in Purbalingga Regency in terms of business conditions,...

The Use of Social Media as Candidate Campaign Tool in elections in Indonesia Post-New Order

Arfianto Purbolaksono
This study discusses the use of social media as a campaign tool in elections in Indonesia held after the New Order, both at the national level and general election of regional heads (Pilkada). The use of social media as a campaign tool has consequences for the shift in media campaign use carried out...

The Importance of Socializing Maternity Waiting Home in the Attempt of Reducing Maternal Mortality Rate in Wonogiri Regency

Sri Hilmi Pujihartati, Mahendra Wijaya, Argyo Demartoto
Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) is still high in Indonesia compared with that in other ASEAN countries. One under-five age baby dies every three minutes in Indonesia. In addition a woman dies during giving birth or due to other pregnancy-related cause every one hour. Entering into delivery period is a...

Stakeholder Analysis in Community-Based Ecotourism Development in Gedong Pass

Sri Yuliani, Rahesli Humsona, Sigit Pranawa
This research aimed to identify stakeholders in community-based ecotourism development to get description on stakeholders’ potential resource, role, interest, and intervention strategy to support the successful ecotourism in Gedong Hamlet (G-Pass).This study was a descriptive qualitative research with...

Sustainable Transportation Reform Development through Partnerships Based on Bounded Rationality and Incremental Model

Lungid Wicaksana, Kristina Setyowati, Didik Gunawan Suharto
Transportation in modern era is an important factor in the mobilization as well as being a complex issue, especially in big cities. International data suggests that congestion is getting higher and exacerbated by the impact of air pollution to secure and safety public transportation. Based on Boolean...

The Empowerment of Setabelan Tourist Village Based on Culture and Locality

Siti Zunariyah, Akhmad Ramdhon
Tourism sector has grown into superior sector with rapidest growth in the world and been a locomotive of economic growth. Kelurahan Setabelan of Surakarta City is attempting to develop culture- and locality-based tourist village. Using action research method and John Friedman’s community empowerment...

Village Budgeting: Where Does It Come From?

Simin, Denok Kurniasih, Darmanto Sahat Setyawan Manurung, Guntur Gunarto, Zaula Rizqi
Budget problems are experienced by most villages in Banyumas District. There are 301 villages that makes Banyumas District has a great chance to develop the potential of its region based on the development of rural areas. Overall, Banyumas District received allocation of village fund (ADD) amounting...

Indonesian Government Policy and The Importance of Protection Cultural Heritage for National Identity

Dewi M Djukardi, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi, Endang Sumiarni
The background of this research is the diversity of cultures in Indonesian Government, cultural heritage including tangible, and not physical (intangible) which occurs because of the long journey of the history of the Indonesian people. and is very important in shaping the values ​​and pride of the nation...

The Success of Collaborative Governance to Protect Communities from Infectious Diseases in Wonosobo Regency

Tobirin
This study analysed collaborative governance in the prevention of infectious diseases: TB-HIV/AIDS. Vulnerable communities were those highly at risk of being infected by these diseases. With no cure to be found yet, HIV/AIDS constantly became a major problem to our public health. This condition, by no...

Egypt Tourism and Its Importance in Sustainable Development Goals

Zheng Haiying
Tourism, as one of the four pillar industries in Egypt, which plays a huge impact on Egypt’s economic and social fields. When we look at the contribution of Egypt tourism, we usually focus on its direct economic contribution in domestic like GDP and its revenue, while seriously ignored the other social...