Lugina Setyawati

Lugina Setyawati
University of Indonesia | UI · Sociology

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By analyzing the case of Indonesia and Thailand, this study fills the gap in quantitative studies on the importance of social factors at the community level. This research emphasized the relation of social exclusion and religious capital to quality of life, whereas previous researches generally used individual and economic factors as the basis. To...
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This article shows dataset on the characteristics of the cultural dimension of food consumption patterns in major urban communities in Indonesian cities. The cultural dimension discussed in this article includes the sub-dimensions of cultural value and cultural practices. The data is enriched by further illustrating the cultural characteristics of...
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This study analyzes the relational dimension of social well-being using three indicators: perception, interaction, and participation. The data of seven countries, namely the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan, are comparatively analyzed focusing on the three indicators. The relational dimension of social well-...
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The relations between social policies, social exclusion, and social well-being in the Southeast Asia focusing on the case study of Papua, Indonesia is the main topic of this paper. The data discusses objective and subjective well-being. Both indicators can reflect the social well-being conditions of the region, and indicate the scale of social excl...
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Waste is still a problem in major cities in Indonesia. The high production of waste is not proportional to the availability of the landfill (TPA). The land use plans for waste landfill by local governments have conflict potential between government and community when such infrastructure facilities are not desired by the community. Environmental con...
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This paper intends to study the condition of wellbeing and social exclusion in Indonesia and Malaysia during the period of 2010-2015. This paper describing the demographic, social and political contexts of the the two countries to understanding how those factors and policy of the state contribute to their wellbeing condition. Secondary data Analysi...
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Gender reform is regarded as a precondition for democratization since it results in women’s empowerment. In Indonesia, gender reform implicated in gender mainstreaming policy and affirmative action policy which assure women across classes, ethnicities and ages as significant beneficiaries of democratization that is currently taking place in the cou...
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Revitalization of ethnic identity has signified the implementation of Indonesian decentralization and democratization. It is marked by competition over political and economic resources among ethnic groups at the local level (provincial and district levels). The dominant ethnic group utilized ethnic politics to control over political power. This stu...
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he measurement of levels of consumerism is important to understand the characteristics of the global and domestic economy, which play a role in shaping the characteristics of the national economy. This is in agreement with the post-Fordist economic thought, which underlines consumption as an important aspect of the framework of capitalism. Consumpt...

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