ABSTRACT

Nowadays, the concept of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) is starting to replace the concept of MDGs (Millennium Developmental Goals). It is a global goal adopted by all United Nations member states. It emphasizes the idea that the development of every country can only be achieved by balancing other factors such as social, economic, and environmental sustainability. It is already clear how sustainable development works with environmental ethics and management. However, there are still issues regarding the sustainable development and human well-being. Sustainable development should focus on finding a way for society to meet their present needs for the long term without sacrificing the ability of future generations to meet their needs. This international seminar provides research results and literature regarding the topic of sustainable development concept, the dynamics of sustainable development and social change, and environmental sustainability. The international seminar, entitled 1st International Conference on Contemporary Sociology and Educational Transformation, listed speakers from several countries providing an overview on human and environmental resilience. This book contains a selection of papers presented at the conference.

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Community conservation in transition

ByWolfram Dressler
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Sociology and geography of growing seaweed in the Philippines

ByEdo Andriesse
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History of the Ludruk Rukun Famili in Sumenep Madura Island, 1943–1997

ByRonal Ridhoi, Akbar Nugroho Adi Utama, Joko Sayono
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Promoting moderatism, countering radicalism: Religious discourse of high school students in Malang

ByAhmad Arif Widianto, Joan Hesti Gita Purwasih, Nanda Harda Pratama Meiji, Rani Prita Prabawangi
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The female terrorism: Victimization in the striving for family

ByE. Malihah, S. Nurbayani, P. Wulandari, Wilodati
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Legal culture in cockfighting games in east Java communities, Indonesia

ByRusdianto Umar Sudirman
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“Sumberawan water site”: History, sustainable preservation and use as a learning source

ByWahyu Djoko Sulistyo, Maharani Arya Dewanti
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Coping strategy based on socio-agriculture approach in Landslide Prone Area in the Gede Catchment, Malang Regency

ByNurul Muddarisna, Heni Masruroh, Eny Dyah Yuniwati, Aulia Rahman Oktaviansyah
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Utilization of new media as a promotion facility in entrepreneurship development for students at SMAN 1 Torjun

ByElya Kurniawati, Joan Hesti Gita Purwasih, Prawinda Putri Anzari, Deny Wahyu Apriadi
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Plague in Malang 1910–1916

BySlamet Sujud Purnawan Jati, Arif Subekti, Wahyu Djoko Sulistyo, Moch Nurfahrul, Lukmanul Khakim
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The problems of COVID-19 waste management in East Java

ByA. Tanjung, A. Kodir, I.K. Astina, M.Y. Affandi, M.G. Rosyendra
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The dynamics of community response to the development of the New Capital (IKN) of Indonesia

ByA. Kodir, N. Hadi, I.K. Astina, D. Taryana, N. Ratnawati, Idris
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Geo-ecological interaction: Community based forest management in Karanganyar, Indonesia

ByAlan Sigit Fibrianto, Ananda Dwitha Yuniar, Ifan Deffinika, Aulia Azzardina, Dina Afrianty
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The development of application for child care services in facilitating distance learning

ByRezka Arina Rahma, M. Ishaq, Sucipto, Yessi Affriyenni
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Educators' professional ability to manage online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic

ByS.S. Pratiwi, I.H. Al Siddiq, P.P. Anzari, M.N. Fatanti, D.F.V. Silvallana
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Learning style from face-to-face to online learning in pandemic COVID-19 (the case study at East Java)

ByDesy Santi Rozakiyah, Indah Yasminum Suhanti, Seli Septiana Pratiwi
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Private school reform through learning community: Evidence from Muhammadiyah School

ByL.A. Perguna, H. Sutanto, J.H.G. Purwasih
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Women in education: A review of Indonesian feminism

ByYuliati, M.N.L. Khakim, Idris
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Analysis of population vulnerability towards the spread of COVID-19 in Malang Raya from a spatial perspective

ByPurwanto, Ike Sari Astuti, Ardyanto Tanjung, Fatchur Rohman
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The distribution problem of social safety net program in Surabaya and Gresik during pandemic

ByImamul Huda Al Shiddiq, Abdul Kodir, Imam Mukhlis, Febri Kevin Aditya, Satrya Paramanandana
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Capturing the dual role of female medical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Surabaya

ByD. W. Apriadi, D. Mawarni, M. Saputra
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Environmental health behavior of fishing communities during COVID-19 pandemic

BySinggih Susilo, Budijanto, Ifan Deffinika
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Social media management as optimization of tourism potential in Osing Kemiren, Banyuwangi Regency

ByNur Hadi, Elya Kurniawati, Prawinda Putri Anzari
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From pandemic to infodemic: Bias information of covid-19 and ethical consideration among Indonesian youtuber

ByRani Prita Prabawangi, Megasari Noer Fatanti
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The levels of empowerment of forest farmer group in coastal village development in South Malang, Indonesian

ByKukuh Miroso Raharjo, Sucipto, Zulkarnain, Hardika, Monica Widyaswari
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Digital activism through online petition: A challenge for digital public sphere in Indonesia

ByKun Sila Ananda, Megasari Noer Fatanti
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Philanthropy movement's response to government policy in negotiating COVID-19 in Indonesia

ByNanda Harda Pratama Meiji, Abdul Kodir, Sumarmi, Ardyanto Tanjung, Annisa Fathin Dianah, Muhammad Asyrofi Al Kindy
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Facilitating communities to identify local potential and hazards through P-GIS and FGD

ByL.Y. Irawan, S. Bachri Sumarmi, M.M.R. Devy, R. Faizal, W.E. Prasetyo
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Optimizing village assets for rural tourism development in South Malang

ByJoko Sayono, Nasikh Lutfiah Ayundasari, Febri Kevin Aditya
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Development strategy sustainability of historical and cultural tourism in Pacitan

ByLutfiah Ayundasari, Ari Sapto, Wahyu Djoko Sulistyo, Ronal Ridhoi, Ulfatun Nafiah
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