Background

Most of Indonesian population live in rural areas, and most of poor people also live in rural areas, namely 13.47% in rural and 7.26 in urban (BPS, 2018). Rural community as well as ecology have changed or transformed fundamentally within the last decades. Many factors contribute to these transformation, such as development programs from the government as well as from private and NGOs, diffusion of information technology, development of transportation facilities, rise of education and health levels, interaction with “outsiders”, and so on…. Read More

Conference Objectives

This conference aim to:

  1. Updating information and data as well as ideas, concepts, and theories of the social, economic, cultural and ecological transformation of the rural community from an agrarian, communication and community development perspectives.
  2. Updating research status of the rural development to decrease the gap between science and policy.

*) Note : Good quality papers will be included in the proceeding book (Scopus Index)

International Conference on Rural Socio-Economic Transformation: Agrarian, Ecology, Communication and Community Development Perspectives

Submitted Abstract

NameAbstract TitelInstitutions
Eko WahyonoDigital Networking Women Migrant Workers CommunityBogor Agricultural University
Rinda YantiEMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN FARMERS IN SUSTAINABLE FOOD MANAGEMENT BASED ON LOCAL WISDOM (Nagari Koto Tuo, Harau District, Limapuluh Kota Regency, West Sumatera)Bogor Agricultural University
EmaDEVELOPMENT DISCOURSE OF THE WORLD MARITIME AXIS; STUDY ON CRITICAL POLICYBogor Agricultural University
RIZKA AMALIAThe Social Impact Of Oil Palm Expansion: Governance And Policy ImplicationBogor Agricultural University
Widya Hasian SitumeangRole of Fisher’s Social Organization in a fishing community of Pati RegencyBogor Agricultural University

Invited Speakers

Eko Putro Sandjojo, BSEE, MBA

Minister of Village, Development of Disadvantaged Regions And Transmigration, Republic of Indonesia

Prof. Mohan Dutta

* (In Confirmation)

Provost’s Chair Professor and Head of the Department of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore (NUS)

William Collier, Ph.D

 Independent Researcher of Rural Socio-economic

Krystof Obidzinski, Ph.D

Senior Landuse Advisor at Global Green Growth Institute

Conference Topics

The conference will cover topics as listed below (but not necessarily limited to):

Communication & Agricultural Extension

  • Digital Communication for Rural Development
  • Conflict and Trans Cultural Communication
  • Risk and Environmental Communication
  • Communication and Social Movement
  • Family Communication

Agrarian & Ecology

  • Land Grab and Monocrop Expansions
  • Rural Livelihood Vulnerability
  • Agrarian Reform and Peasant Movement
  • Natural Resources Governance
  • Migration and Development

Community Development

  • Social Conflict and Social Movement
  • Digital Community
  • Poverty and Community Resilience
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Rural Decentralization and Democracy

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Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline

10 September 2018

Notification of Abstract Acceptance

30 October 2018

Registration Deadline

1 November 2018

Conference Days

IPB International Convention Center

November, 14-15, 2018

In Association With:

BOGOR AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY

ASOSIASI PROGRAM STUDI SOSIOLOGI INDONESIA