Petsy Ismoyo

Petsy Ismoyo
Universitas Gadjah Mada | UGM · Interreligious Studies

Master of Science

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Introduction
A lecturer in International Relations Study Program, Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga, Indonesia.
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February 2016 - present
Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
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  • Lecturer

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Publications (8)
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This study tries to explain the role of faith-based organizations in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Indonesia by showing the role of Wahana Visi Indonesia in education. Claiming themselves as Christian Faith-Based Organization that works according to the Christian Faith (Iman Kristen), WVI has huge impact on the sustainable devel...
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Penelitian ini berusaha melihat situasi tenaga kesehatan perempuan selama pandemi COVID-19. Dengan menceritakan kembali perjuangan tujuh orang perempuan tenaga kesehatan dalam menjalani peran ganda sebagai ibu, istri dan tenaga kesehatan, penulis mengetengahkan kapital spiritual mereka dalam menjalani kegiatan sehari-hari di masa-masa sulit pandemi...
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p>Bhinneka Tunggal Ika is one of the pillars of Indonesia that has placed our nation and nationess to a diversity of identity, from genders, tribes, religions, to cultures. Indonesia has a long history of gender diversity that recognized various gender identities as part of the culture. Henceforth, In Indonesia, gender is not perceived in a binary...
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Public diplomacy is currently the most frequent diplomacy by many countries in the world. South Korea is one country that uses Public Diplomacy to achieve its interests. Public diplomacy conducted by South Korea is not only happening through the field of cultural art alone, public diplomacy is also done by South Korea in the field of education. Thr...
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This paper describes six men who decided to be a stay-at-home-fathers lived in Salatiga. All respondents believe that parenting roles is a kind of common responsibility for both parent. However, there are also challenges faced by stay-at-home-fathers which divided into the practical challenges related to the double role as father and mother, and al...
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This research proves the importance of the role of women in the agricultural sector in Central Java through a case study of Peasants Association movement in Qaryah Thayyibah, Salatiga, Central Java. This research uses qualitative methods, with data collection techniques through literature studies, observations, FGDs and in-depth interviews. The ana...
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France is a country with the largest Moeslem population in Europe, nearly 7,5% of the population are Moeslems. Ironically, radicalization has increased in the past 10 years. It affects the rise of Islamophobia and it continues to increase until 2015. The worst effects of Islamophobia experienced by Moeslems Maghribi Women in France. This paper trie...
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Tantangan pluralisme di Indonesia terlihat dari tingkat diskriminasi yang tinggi terhadap kelompok-kelompok marginal di Indonesia, salah satunya terhadap kelompok Penghayat Kepercayaan. Diskriminasi terhadap kelompok Parmalim (Kepercayaan di Sumatera Utara)merupakan salah satu contohnya. Hal ini terjadi baik dari aspek sosial, politik maupun kultur...

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Projects (2)
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The research project is a micro-observation of Indonesian women’s experiences as a way to understand the changing urban landscape during and post-pandemic.
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The research attempts to understand those women’s conditions and their maneuver among social spaces that shaped urban living. Within these complexities, the investigation is also directed at the role of religion, both in reimagining women’s status and as an element of influencing women’s space