This special issue contains selected papers from The International Conference on Multidisciplinary Science held in Bandar Lampung City, Indonesia on November 10 - 13, 2022. This event was hosted by the Faculty of Ushuluddin and Religious Study, Islamic State University Raden Intan Lampung.
The conference was organised to explore contemporary political, economic, and cultural policies and practices from the perspective of Islamic doctrine. Researchers, academicians, educators, practitioners, government officials, and consultants were invited to share their perspectives on some of the most pressing issues challenging and contributing to Indonesian affairs.
The KnE Social Sciences collection contains 50 peer-reviewed papers that explore populism, women’s empowerment, leadership, youth affairs, education, humanitarianism, and political economy through Islamic perspectives. This collection opens a balanced dialogue about the challenges of developing regional nationalism in a globalising world. As religion and cultural norms are both influenced and challenged by dominating imprints of global economies, multilateral political engagement, and global humanitarian and interventionist practices, scholars come together to develop new ways of engaging with institutional structures of power and practice.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students, or professionals researching or working on contemporary changes and development in political, social, and religious studies, especially from Islamic Perspectives.
Conference date: 10-13 November 2022
Location: Bandar Lampung, Indonesia
Organizers: Faculty of Ushuluddin and Religious Study, Islamic State University Raden Intan Lampung..
Conference Editors: Andi Thahir, Tin Amalia Fitri, Citra Wahyuni, Gesit Yudha
Published: 26 September 2023
This collection contains selected papers from the international research conference International Conference on Art, Design, Education and Cultural Studies (ICADECS) held in Kota Malang, Indonesia on 20 August 2022. This event was hosted by the Arts and Design Department, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang.
The conference was held to bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss the latest innovations in art and design approaches in responding to endemic globally.
This collection contains 39 peer-review papers addressing various aspects of the arts, with a specific focus on the endemic and cross-cultural nature of artistic pursuits, practices, and cultures. Topics include new innovations in traditional, performing, and fine arts; the evolution of art history and cultural studies; the growing importance of digital literacy in the arts; and pedagogical practices in different artistic disciplines.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students and professionals researching or working on Arts, Design, Education and Cultural Studies.
Conference date: 20 August 2022
Location: Kota Malang, Indonesia
Organizers: the Arts and Design Department, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang.
Conference Editors: Ika Wahyu Widyawati, Denik Ristya Rini, Nuril Kusuma Wardani, Bunga Fefiana Mustikasari, Joni Agung Sudarmanto, Wida Rahayuningtyas, Agnisa Maulani Wisesa, Mitra Istiar Wardhana, Arif Sutrisno, Abdul Rahman Prasetyo, Fariza Wahyu Arizal, Novian Wahyu Firmansyah, Muhammad Nurwiseso Wibisono
Published: 15 August 2023
This collection contains selected papers from International Conference Health, Social Science & Engineering (ICHSSE 2022), held in Serang Banten, Indonesia on the 2nd and 3rd of August 2022.
The conference was held to explore the intersections between health, sustainability, and healing practices in a post-COVID-19 era.
This special issue contains 40 peer-reviewed articles that deal with some of the most prevalent health crises affecting global populations, from the ongoing effects of COVID-19 to the diseases carried by contaminated water sources in heavily polluted regions of the world. This wide-ranging collection not only reflects on the causes, prevalence, and consequences of these diseases, but also addresses treatments options and solutions to combat the physical damage caused by climate pollution. Scholars in this special issue offer a variety of perspectives on how to handle health and climate crises, whether through religious practice, traditional healing techniques, or secular scientific treatments.
Conference date: 2 - 3 August 2022
Location: Serang Banten, Indonesia
Organizers: Universitas Faletehan
Conference Editors: Linlin Lindayana,PhD (Stikep PPNI), Iyus Yosep, PhD (Universitas Padjadjaran), Dr. Indah Wulandari, M.Kep.,Ns.,Sp.Kep.MB (Universitas Faletehan), Wiwik Eko Pertiwi, S.KM, M.KM (Universitas Faletehan),Dr. Lukman Waris,SKM,MMR,MKes (Universitas Faletehan), Dr. Rita Ramayulis,DCN.,M.Kes (Universitas Faletehan)
Published: 4 August 2023
This collection contains selected papers from The Third Economic, Law, Education and Humanities International Conference (3th ELEHIC 2022) held in Padang, Indonesia on November, 23rd, 2022. This event was hosted by the Faculty of Economy and Business, Faculty of Cultural Science, Faculty of Law, and Faculty of Education of Universitas Bung Hatta.
The conference was held to address institutional transitions occurring in Indonesia’s public and private spheres, as technology, religious integrity, and the COVID-19 pandemic continue to influence an evolving society.
This collection contains 24 peer-reviewed articles utilising multidisciplinary models of analysis to explore key questions posed by social scientists across the Global South. Scholars explore the need for new legal frameworks to protect working citizens in the age of technology and social uncertainty. As digital applications and artificial intelligence continue to take over human resources and support roles, employees in many industries are left legally vulnerable to the decision-making processes of these same technologies, sometimes being completely replaced by them. Legal frameworks are therefore required to adapt to Industry 4.0 at an exponential rate to maintain their relevance for the everyday lives of Indonesia’s population. This special issue deals with both practical and theoretical questions about the role of technology in job security and industry development within the Indonesian context.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students, and professionals researching or working on Economics, Law, Cultural Science, and Education.
Conference date: 23 November 2022
Location: Padang, Indonesia
Organizers: Faculty of Economy and Business, Faculty of Cultural Science, Faculty of Law, and Faculty of Education of Universitas Bung Hatta.
Conference Editors: Zaitul
Published: 24 July 2023
This collection contains selected papers from the international research conference Transdisciplinary Symposium on Business, Economics, and Communication held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on 21 September 2022. This event was hosted by the Universitas Dian Nusantara.
The conference was held to bring together innovators interested in deepening their understanding of Indonesia’s entrepreneurial, economic, and institutional landscape in today’s international climate.
This KnE Social Sciences collection contains 79 peer-review papers on management, SMEs, business, and communication within an increasingly complex social context. Indonesia’s private and public institutions have undergone massive transformations in recent years, in response to global conversations about business integrity, sustainability, identity politics, and technology. The country’s current challenges and opportunities align with the experiences of many developing countries that are forced to find balance between modernity and tradition, particularly when working to promote their economies. This special issue explores themes including eco-tourism, women’s political representation, Islamic jurisprudence in business practices, and the role of family business models on tax systems, inter alia.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students, and professionals researching or working on Management, SMEs, Business, and Communication.
Conference date: 21 September 2022
Location: Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Organizers: Universitas Dian Nusantara
Conference Editors: Caturida Meiwanto Doktoralina, Ryani Dhyan Parashakti, Ari Purwanti
Published: 18 July 2023
This collection contains selected papers from The 4th International Conference on Governance, Public Administration, and Social Science (ICoGPASS) held in Jakarta, Indonesia on November 16, 2022. This event was hosted by the NIPA-School of Administration and Indonesian Association for Public Administration (IAPA) as Co-Host.
The conference was held to expand on the international collaborative network between academics, professionals, scientists, and students, who came together to explore new advances in theoretical, experimental, and applied research on the conference’s topic, ‘Recover together, recover stronger: Digital Governance in Development Policy, Human Resource Management, and Public Sector Economics to Support Indonesia's Recovery’.
This KnE Social Sciences collection contains 44 peer-review papers that explore solutions for developing societies looking to recover from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic not only left medical services and welfare systems overstretched, it also impacted many other facets of life, including human resource management and sustainable development practises. By merging traditional community values with technological innovations, the aim of this issue is to cultivate a holistic and multidisciplinary approach to Indonesia’s development in a post-COVID era.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students, or professionals researching or working in administration, policy, politics, government, economy, creative economy, and digitalization innovation.
Conference date: 16 November 2022
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
Organizers: NIPA-School of Administration and Indonesian Association for Public Administration (IAPA)
Published: 21 June 2023
This collection contains selected papers from the international research conference International Conference on Innovation and Teacher Professionalism 2022 held in Malang, Indonesia on 9-10 November 2022. This event was hosted by the Graduate School Universitas Negeri Malang.
The conference was organised to share and discuss new research findings and viewpoints relating to teacher professionalism and learning innovation.
This special guest-edited issue contains 25 peer-review papers on the role of education in the era of Society 5.0. This movement builds on the advances made under Industry 4.0, (which saw technology and social innovation combine to solve some of the world’s largest social challenges). Educators across the world are working to incorporate new technologies into their lesson plans, as the needs of students rapidly evolve. This can only be accomplished by empowering teachers to provide the children of the future with the necessary skills to best utilise these technologies. The goal of this journal issue is to analyse the benefits and opportunities offered by different pedagogical approaches and technologies, with a particular emphasis on nurturing core skills such as creative thinking and problem-solving.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students or professionals researching or working on teacher professionalism.
Conference date: 9-10 November 2022
Location: Malang, Indonesia
Organizers: Graduate School Universitas Negeri Malang
Conference Editors: Muhammad Alfan, Slamet Arifin, Shirly Rizky Kusumaningrum, Oktaviani Adhi Suciptaningsih, Nuril Munfaridah, Andika Bagus Nur Rahma Putra, Radeni Sukma Indradewi, Ilham Mulya Putra Pradana
Published: 5 June 2023
This collection contains selected papers from the International Conference on Advance & Scientific Innovation 2022 (Social Sciences Track). The conference was held in Medan, Indonesia on the 19th of December 2022, and was hosted by the Forum Kerjasama Pendidikan Tinggi.
The conference was organised to bring together researchers and practitioners from the different branches of social sciences. Due to the huge scope of the topic and breadth of the valuable contributions from researchers from a number of professional and scholarly backgrounds, this conference was broken down into five major topical strands, which have been replicated within this issue. The sustainable development strand focuses on the latest advancements in wastewater management, wildfire prevention, and recycling policies. Strand 2 focuses on public health policies and practices, including mental health services and COVID-19 protection. Strand 3 looks at business management by tackling supply chain issues, quality control, and consumerism. Strand 4 focuses on cultural phenomena through a variety of intersecting lenses, including gender issues and Islamic philosophy. Finally, Strand 5 tackles issues around policy reform within the economy, educational institutions, and justice systems.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students, and professionals researching or working in the fields of Health, Education, Gender, Politics, Language, Management, and Economics.
Conference date: 19 December 2022
Location: Medan, Indonesia
Organizers: Forum Kerjasama Pendidikan Tinggi
Conference Editors: Robbi Rahim, Nasib Marbun, Ronal Watrianthos, Mesran, Dodi Siregar, Tengku Mohd Diansyah
Published: 26 May 2023
This collection contains selected papers from the International Conference on Learning Innovation and Research in Basic Education 2022 held in Malang, Indonesia on 3-4 September 2022. This event was hosted by the Graduate School Universitas Negeri Malang.
The conference was organised to attract speakers and delegates interested in the themes of transformation and innovation in basic and primary education environments. Education for young children is considered one of the cornerstones of development for most societies across the Global South. However, in a post-pandemic society, the role of teachers and educational institutions has evolved, supporting children through their emotional and character development, a task historically isolated within the home. Furthermore, the Fourth Industrial Revolution has seen a rise in the use of technology by students at an accelerated rate, both within and beyond the classroom. This, then, forms the backdrop of this collection of 25 peer-reviewed papers that investigate the impact of educational infrastructures on the development of technical skillsets and character in students.
Containing a diverse array of studies evaluating the successes and challenges relating to new teaching models and the development of emotionally healthy and technologically literate young minds, this special guest-edited issue will be of interest to academics, students, or professionals researching or working on basic and primary Education.
Conference date: 3-4 September 2022
Location: Malang, Indonesia
Organizers: Graduate School Universitas Negeri Malang
Conference Editors: Slamet Arifin, Shirly Rizky Kusumaningrum, Ilham Mulya Putra Pradana
Published: 16 May 2023
This collection contains selected papers from the International research conference the 1st Indonesian International Conference on Bilingualism (IICB) held in Malang, Indonesia on the 16th–18th of September 2022. This event was hosted by the Postgraduate School, State University of Malang.
This conference was held to implement and establish a new study program, Master of Management in Bilingual Education, specializing in the management of bilingual education. The conference attempts to create a space where researchers and practitioners can exchange academic knowledge and develop networks among scholars interested in bilingualism.
This KnE Social Sciences collection contains 30 peer-reviewed articles on bilingual education and bilingualism. The theme of the conference was Bilingualism in Indonesia: Challenges & Opportunities.
Topics include: Management of Bilingual Education; Pedagogical Aspects in Bilingual Education; Foreign Languages as Media of Instruction (e.g., English, Arabic, Mandarin); Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL); Language Assessment in Bilingual Education, Bilingual Acquisition and Learning; Code-switching and Translanguaging; The Development of Bilingual CompetenceLanguage Disorders/Impairment in Bilinguals; Bilingualism in the Context of World EnglishIntercultural, Sociocultural & Socioeconomic Aspects of Bilingualism; Multimodality and Bilingualism; Bilingualism, Migration, and Identities; Heritage and Minority Languages; Language Maintenance, Loss, and Attrition; and Language Policy and Ideology of Bilingualism.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students or professionals researching or working on bilingual education, bilingualism, foreign language teaching, and applied linguistics.
Conference date: 16th–18th September 2022
Location: Malang, Indonesia
Organizers: State University of Malang
Editors: Siti Muniroh, Evynurul Laily Zen, Yusnita Febrianti, Rahmati Putri Yania Fari
Published: 27 April 2023