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ISSN : 27160386     EISSN : 26855143     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Social,
The focus of this journal publication is to spread the conceptual thinking or ideas and results of research that have been achieved in the fields of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion Studies. SALASIKA aims to provide academic literature which is accessible across disciplines, but also to a wider non-academic audience interested and engaged with social justice, studies fields as follows: ecofeminism, human rights, policy/advocacy, gender, sexualities; concepts of equality, social change, migration & social mobilization, inter-religious & international relations, and development mainly scopes the main problems in the development of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion.
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“Aliansi Laki-Laki Baru”: The Role of Social Media in Promoting Gender Equality in Indonesia Eni Maryani; Preciosa Alnashava Janitra; Detta Rahmawan
Salasika Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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A report from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in 2016 says that Indonesia is still struggling to close its gender equality gap. However, looking at the development of internet usage and the penetration of social media in Indonesia, it can be said that Indonesia has the opportunity to utilize social media to address various gender issues. This article uses a case study to explore and analyze the way “Aliansi Laki-Laki Baru” (ALLB) or “New Men’s Alliance”, a form of activism which emphasizes the importance of men's involvement in fighting for gender equality, utilizes social media to promote their ideas. As a social movement, ALLB consistently use social media to reach their audiences, engage their partners, and creating a sense of community. They focus in promoting mutual relationships between men and women and the importance of men’s involvement to support gender equality. The study on men’s involvement in promoting the agenda of feminism and gender issues is critical, yet there are still few studies in the context of Indonesia. This study shows that through ALLB, advocacy on gender issues has undergone a fundamental change that does not make women as the main focus but rather on men, and their role to fight for gender equality and justice for women.
Pragmatics Competence of Preschool Age Children Eti Setiawati; Putri Kumala Dewi
Salasika Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Children’s language acquisition begins at the age of one, that is when the child begins to learn to speak. From that age, children have possessed speech act competence. The speech act competence that is obtained by preschool-age children may cover different kinds of speech acts, such as directive, representative, and expressive acts. These speech acts may be realized in language form as one or two words that describe a particular function of speaking. The objectives of this research are (1) to describe the competence of speech act forms of preschool-age children, (2) to describe the competence of speech act functions of preschool-age children, and (3) to describe the competence of speech act types of preschool-age children. This research uses a qualitative research approach with the descriptive method. The research data consists of utterances of preschool-age children that contain speech act forms, functions, and types. The data analysis model uses the interactive model by Miles and Huberman with an approach based on pragmatics theory and ethnography of communication. Research results show that preschool-age children have possessed (1) competence of speech act forms of interrogatives, imperatives, and declaratives of single syllables, single words, and single sentences; (2) competence of speech act functions of asking, ordering, stating, and inviting; and (3) competence of speech act types of directives, representatives, declaratives, and expressives.
Gender and ICT Usage: Self-Assessment of Critical Issues Facing Indonesia-Thai Gen Y Students' Future by 2030 Leslie Retno Angeningsih; Bangon Sirisunyaluck
Salasika Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Gen Y students, known as Millenials, were born between 1980 and 2000. They account for a third of global population and mostly live in developing countries. This study aims to investigate ICT usage among Indonesian and Thai male and female Gen Y students in self-assessment of critical issues facing their future by 2030. A survey using questionnaires was conducted at the Institute of Community Development (APMD), Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Maejo University, Chang Mai, Thailand. Respondents were selected using random sampling. A total of 316 respondents as the sample of this study were made up of 128 Indonesian and 188 Thai students with response rate of 73.14% and 78.33%, respectively. The results showed that there were significant differences in ICT usage among Indonesian and Thai Gen Y students in their self-assessment toward critical issues they would face by 2030.
Sekar Jagad Art Studio as An Agent of Citizens’s Diplomacy (Study Of Women’s Participation In Intercultural Relations) Setyasih Harini
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Communication technology could increase opportunities for Indonesians to develop sociocultural relations with people from other countries. Nowadays interrelations of citizens can support government policy. Sekar Jagad art studio is group of women from Sukoharjo regency, central Java who has interest of traditional art and often make international performances. This activity has the purpose to strengthen national identity and national character. The other purpose of this activity is to support diplomacy of government. It is important to promote one of Indonesian culture (Javanese art) in international level. Promoting culture in international performance is one way to increase the positive image of Indonesia. The purpose of this research is to explain how women’s intercultural engagement can be an agent of citizens’ diplomacy. The subjects of the research were the women who are members of Sekar Jagad art studio. As a qualitative project, the data was collected from documentation and interview. The result of this research shows that the women of Sekar Jagad Art Studio promote Javanese culture through international performances. These activities can be seen to represent citizens’ diplomacy and support the diplomatic efforts of the Indonesian government aimed at strengthening relationships with other countries. In summary, this research shows how Sekar Jagad Art Studio as an agent for citizens’ diplomacy has promoted Javanese culture to foreign countries in order to strengthen national identity and promote a positive image of Indonesia.
Standardized Certification for Indonesian Female Migrant Workers: Towards Qualified Domestic Workers Kiki Zakiah; Chairiawaty
Salasika Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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This research paper is entitled Standardized Certification for Indonesian Female Migrant Workers: Towards Qualified Domestic Workers. The problem of the research was derived from the fact that Indonesia is the highest sender of female migrant workers. Based on the data taken from BNP2TKI, female migrant workers from Indonesia mostly work in domestic sector as housemaids. Unfortunately, most of them are still considered unskilled. There is a quite significant difference between Philippines and Indonesia’s government policy in positioning migrant workers. The government of Philippines is very serious about preparing policy to position migrant workers by providing diplomatic protection, since they realize that the income from remittance can reach 20 %, and preparing public education policy concerning migration in the form of massive pre-departure orientation in migrant worker areas. In order for Indonesian migrant workers to compete with other workers, government is required to prepare the migrant workers to fulfill requirements and standards and prepare the agenda for strengthening legal recognition of their work as housemaids. Nusron Wahid, BNP2TKI chairperson, stated that Indonesian migrant workers need to improve their skills. This is necessarily required to change the face of Indonesian migrant workers. Skill improvement program for migrant workers is provided by Labor Training Centers that can be found in every province in Indonesia. Labor Training Center offers some programs and activities both for migrant workers and public, so they can improve their knowledge, skill and character This research focused on how migrant workers empower themselves in terms of knowledge, skill, and character building through certified programs given by Labor Training Center. The research problems can be identified as follows: (1) to what extent can the certified programs given by Labor Training Center upgrade migrant worker’s knowledge, (2) to what extent can the certified programs given by Labor Training Center increase migrant worker’s skill, and (3) to what extent can the certified programs given by Labor Training Center improve migran workers’ character. The objectives of the research are: (1) to find out the map of the knowledge development of migrant workers taking the certified programs in Labor Training Center; (2) to know the improvement of migrant workers’ skill s, and (3) to find out the improvement of migrant workers’ character s . The research used descriptive qualitative method. The data were gathered from previous research, in form of journals, documents and participant observation. From the data gathered, it was found out that the initiation programs organized by Labor Training Center was the dissemination of information about working abroad. This was aimed to give information to those who wanted to work outside Indonesia legally, securely, and appropriately, and to give information on opportunities to find some jobs overseas along with the advantages and disadvantages. This is one way to prepare Indonesian migrant workers to be ready to work outsideIndonesia. This means that migrant workers are given some knowledge to be well-prepared workers. In order to increase the skill of migrant workers, Labor Training Center offered some skill upgrading programs supported by practices. The skills are divided into: personal skill, social skill, and technology skill such as housework activities, social interaction, communication media, and many more. The aim was to improve the skill of migrant workers. As for character development, Labor Training Center offered some trainings, such as motivation, ethics, self-defense, work ethos, and personality. These are very needed to ensure migrant workers’ mental preparedness. The findings of the research showed that the knowledge of the migrant workers increased after they took part in the programs conducted by Labor Training Center. They knew that they needed to have legal contract when they worked overseas so that they could work safely, securely and appropriately. They would not be kicked out form a certain country any more. In terms of skill, the migrant worker could increase their social and technology skill to equip them to work overseas, whereas in terms of character building, the migrant workers could have positive mind and strong confidence to work overseas.

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