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Aditya Permana

Bio: Aditya Permana is an academic researcher from Binus University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Sustainable development & Business operations. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 5 publications receiving 6 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors argue that the notion of social capital and value chain management can be used by local leaders to socialize the importance of SDGs at the village level, thus, these two concepts eventually enhance the implementation of sustainable economic activities at the local level.
Abstract: Since the publication of the 2030 blueprint, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been promoted as a global project. Many steps have been taken; however, until now, the achievement remains limited. This is due to the low understanding of SDGs from stakeholders at the local level, such as the village. This study examines how we can develop SDG awareness and implementation in the village level. This article argues that we need to look at two essential factors namely the notion of social capital and value chain management in order to fulfill SDGs at the local level. Arguably, social capital can be mobilized by the local leaders to socialize the importance of SDGs at the village level. Second, value chain management enables local leaders to manage sustainable economic activities at the village level. Hence, these two concepts eventually enhance the implementation of SDGs at the village level. This argument will be illustrated in the case of three tourism village development areas in Yogyakarta namely, Pentingsari in Sleman, Mangunan in Bantul, and Bleberan in Gunungkidul.

7 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , the role of Pancasila as a unifying factor for Indonesia is analyzed, which also shapes the identity of Indonesia and the recontextualization of Pancasa.
Abstract: Indonesia is a country with the largest Muslim population in the world. At the same time, it is also a very diverse country with abundant resources geopolitically. One of the most famous characteristics of Indonesia is Its multiculturalism, with its national motto “Unity in Diversity”. Several scholars argued that Pancasila, as Indonesia’s national ideology, plays part in assuring pluralism and multiculturalism in Indonesia. Historically, Pancasila was formulated as a unifying factor for Indonesia. However, certain “groups” like Aceh and Papua who claimed that they have distinct histories with Indonesian nationhood find it harder to have the same shared imagination that Pancasila holds those unifying elements. Furthermore, Pancasila’s position plays a big role in shaping the political behavior ideals of Indonesia, as it acts as the state identity of Indonesia. This paper focuses on analyzing the role of Pancasila as a unifying factor for Indonesia, which also shapes the identity of Indonesia and the recontextualization of Pancasila.

1 citations

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01 Mar 2018
TL;DR: In this article, the success of a social enterprise is due in part to underlying moral philosophy, such as how ideological entrepreneurship is implemented based on ideological, personal and local values, which also proves the influence of ideological entrepreneurship on the success.
Abstract: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities are often a product of the tension between a company's function as a profit-optimizing institution and its social obligations, which are grounded in particular locus of sociality, which bring about change in the local society. There is also a global push to consider environmental factors and the sustainable development. The successful implementation of CSR activities of PT. Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper (RAPP) in Riau, Indonesia, is an example of a program based on business and ethical values. This case produced successful models for the CSR-based social enterprise. The hypothesis here is that the success of a social enterprise is due in part to underlying moral philosophy, such as how ideological entrepreneurship is implemented based on ideological, personal and local values. Without neglecting the search for the essence of business operations, which give space for community development and empowerment, this research also proves the influence of ideological entrepreneurship on the success of a social enterprise.

1 citations

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Aditya Permana1
09 Aug 2018
TL;DR: Identitas regional negara-negara Asia Tenggara ying tergabung dalam ASEAN umumnya diringkas dalam terma “ Unity in Diversity ”, sebagai slogan demokrasi desa khas Melayu, dengan normatif pelaksana-annya berwujud the A SEAN Way, yakni sistem pembuatan-keputusan bersama berupa diplomasi berbasis proses informal, non-legalistik, berbasise k
Abstract: Identitas regional negara-negara Asia Tenggara yang tergabung dalam ASEAN umumnya diringkas dalam terma “ Unity in Diversity ”, sebagai slogan demokrasi desa khas Melayu, dengan normatif pelaksanaannya berwujud the ASEAN Way , yakni sistem pembuatan-keputusan bersama berupa diplomasi berbasis proses informal, non-legalistik, berbasis konsensus, dan didorong oleh proses. Ciri ini meninggalkan banyak ruang kosong bagi interpretasi, yang salah satunya diisi oleh kegiatan voluntaristik dari kaum muda dalam menerjemahkan fluiditas definisi identitas kawasan tersebut. Penelitian kualitatif ini melihat kontribusi ASEAN Youth Voluntary Program (AYVP) sebagai organisasi kaum muda voluntaristik ASEAN yang berupaya mensosialisasikan, menginstitusionalisasi, dan mereifikasi identitas kawasan ASEAN melalui kegiatan-kegiatan mereka yang berorientasi pada dimensi sosio-kultural, salah satu dari tiga pilar Komunitas ASEAN menurut Bali Concord II 2003.

1 citations


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06 Nov 2014

48 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a mixed-methods oriented research conducted in Catalonia (Spain) reveals some of the most critical challenges faced by Spanish social entrepreneurship: either prioritizing ethical, social and environmental objectives or profit-seeking.
Abstract: This paper reveals one of the most critical challenges faced by Spanish social entrepreneurship: either prioritizing ethical, social and environmental objectives or profit-seeking. Social entrepreneurship (those initiatives that pursue social and environmental objectives as well as economic ones) has become a very celebrated sector welcomed by political leaders, international corporations, large financial actors and the public opinion alike. The motto that another economy is possible is gaining momentum while an enormous number and variety of both public and private promotional programs are fostering and energizing such promising sector in practically any spot of the world. However, unlike more conventional enterprises, social entrepreneurship face some crucial challenges due to its own hybrid nature and the goal of making philanthropy (i.e., ensuring the social and environmental values) compatible with profit. A mixed-methods oriented research conducted in Catalonia (Spain) reveals some of these contradictions and challenges. As concluding remarks, we provide some clues to reconsider the scope of social entrepreneurship under a different political economy framework.

6 citations

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24 Mar 2020
TL;DR: Data shows that the percentage of reasons for using the internet for the benefit of leisure time, playing online games, watching movies and videos, music, is still greater than reading news online or accessing public services, which if left to the digital community can lead to what is called the heavy viewers.
Abstract: The survey revealed that 64.8% of internet users in Indonesia (171.17 million) generally use the internet for personal communication, entertainment, leisure and pleasure. Data shows that the percentage of reasons for using the internet for the benefit of leisure time, playing online games, watching movies and videos, music, is still greater than reading news online or accessing public services [5]. If left to the digital community can lead to what is called the heavy viewers. The survey also contains destructive online behavior data. One of them is the percentage of users exposed to pronographic content reaching 55% [5]. Not to mention the problem of the rise of negative internet surfing that is negative including hate speech, cyber bullying, online gambling, online fraud, online prostitution, and crimes or other violations of cyber law.

5 citations