https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/DIALEKTIKA/issue/feed Jurnal Sosiologi Dialektika 2024-05-29T00:11:07+07:00 Dr. Septi Ariadi dialektika@journal.unair.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Jurnal Sosiologi Dialektika </strong> <a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1180427114" target="_blank" rel="noopener">(</a><a href="https://issn.brin.go.id/terbit/detail/1180427114">p-ISSN: 1858-0890</a> / <a href="https://issn.brin.go.id/terbit/detail/1588639676">e-ISSN: 2722-4325</a>) is open access, peer-reviewed and scientific journal published by Universitas Airlangga. The objective of <strong>Jurnal Sosiologi Dialektika</strong> is to publish original research and review articles which advance the theoretical understanding of, promote and report empirical research about the widest range of sociological topics including gender, social development, family and relationship, democracy, conflict, children welfare, social movement, urban and rural society. 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This study seeks to examine how government elites use the Pancasila ideology to legitimize public policies in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. Employing a grounded reflective interpretive methodological approach within the framework of postfoundational discourse, this study shows that several controversial policies implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic tended to be bolstered and justified by their alignment with the Pancasila ideology. These endeavors are chiefly undertaken by governmental actors who espouse these policies. Representing the ruling regime, these government actors consistently assert adherence to the fundamental tenets of Pancasila or self-identify as the most “Pancasilaist”. This strategy is the main characteristic of the utilization of Pancasila in legitimizing public policies during the pandemic era. Nonetheless, it is imperative to note that the prevailing political regime tends to interpret the tenets of Pancasila in accordance with their own interests. The results of this study confirm that within the context of policies aimed at managing the COVID-19 pandemic, the resultant measures have tended towards being pro-capitalist, anti-democratic, and even anti-intellectual. Nevertheless, for the ruling regime, these policies are perceived to be congruent with the Pancasila ideology. This study concluded that Pancasila is predominantly employed as a means of legitimizing actions that uphold these values.</p> 2024-02-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/DIALEKTIKA/article/view/53069 Communication in the family and children’s deviant behavior in single parent families 2024-01-14T17:33:25+07:00 Jasmine Safira Az'zahra Putri jasminesafiraputri@yahoo.com Nunung Nurwati nngnurwati@yahoo.co.id Desi Yunita desi.yunita@unpad.ac.id <p>Single parent families are form of incomplete family, where one parent is fully responsible for the education and character building of the child. This role vacancy often triggers deviant behavior in children. This study aims to explain communication and children’s deviant behavior in single parent families. This research uses literature study research method with social deviation theory by Edwin H. Sutherland. There are several research results obtained from this study. First, the communication established in single parent families has not been effective. Second, the factors that cause children’s deviant behavior in single parent families are caused by two things, namely disappointment with the situation in the family and the environment of peers who tend to behave deviantly. Third, the role of communication in preventing children’s deviant behavior in single parent families is a major foundation in preventing children’s deviant behavior. This study concludes that authoritative communication is the most appropriate application in single parent families to overcome communication problems in the family. Apart from that, good communication can have a significant impact on parents’ relationships to be able to control and supervise children to prevent deviant behavior.</p> 2024-04-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/DIALEKTIKA/article/view/53926 Political economy of farmer group empowerment policy to support the achievement of SDGs 2024-01-14T17:26:36+07:00 Siti Aminah siti.aminah@fisip.unair.ac.id Ali Sahab siti.aminah@fisip.unair.ac.id Roikan Roikan siti.aminah@fisip.unair.ac.id <p>The policy of forming and strengthening farmer groups is not a practical solution for advancing agriculture/improving farmer welfare. Strengthening institutions and empowering farmer groups is not merely a matter of agricultural economics, but of political economy. The problem is, there are many technical and non-technical obstacles that place farmer groups as actors in sustainable agricultural policy and development in accordance with SDGs #2. This study discusses the complexity of agricultural problems in Watu Lanur Village, Poco Ranakan Sub-District, East Nusa Tenggara. The less than optimal natural carrying capacity, the socio-economic conditions of rain-fed farmers and the lack of intensive assistance from the government are among the causes. Empowerment of farmer groups is hampered by subsistence ethics and socio-cultural issues (customs/traditions). This study uses qualitative methods with data collection techniques through in-depth interviews and observations of farmer groups. This study shows that the community is trying to empower itself by helping farmer groups. However, in the process, technical and non-technical obstacles are still found that do not support the community's innovation movement. The conclusion of this study is that farmer group institutions are weakened and less oriented towards implementing sustainable agriculture as a result of the establishment of farmer groups simply to fulfill formal aspects of empowering farmers in order to improve farmer welfare and less use of local knowledge in empowering farmer groups.</p> 2024-04-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/DIALEKTIKA/article/view/48619 Limited access to education for child labors: A study of Bangladesh’s Khulna City 2023-09-18T11:34:15+07:00 Syed Nawshadul Karim adnan.bad15@gmail.com Taslima Marzia Sultana taslima.barsha@gmail.com Md. Zahid Hossain zahidbd462@gmail.com AKM Mahmudul Haque akmmahmudul@ru.ac.bd Imran Hossain imranbd.ru@gmail.com <p>Child labor is a prevalent issue in Bangladesh, depriving many children of educational opportunities. This study examines the impact of child labor on education. Apart from that, this study also explores various factors such as socio-cultural, economic, environmental, and psychological impacts. This study uses qualitative research methods cross sectional and the study was conducted using primary data. Interviews are conducted with focusing on ten teenagers, including nine boys and one girl. This study clarifies the points influencing the accessibility to education, which are the impacts of child labor. The findings shed light on the challenges in accessing education caused by child labor and can inform social development projects, NGOs, and government initiatives. This study concludes that the importance of emphasizing of collaboration among stakeholders to ensure universal access to quality education. It also suggests that the findings can guide future research and policy development to address child labor and improve educational accessibility.</p> 2024-04-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/DIALEKTIKA/article/view/55402 Women’s awareness of river water quality and their vulnerability to use of Brantas River water 2024-03-15T14:19:13+07:00 Tuti Budirahayu tuti.budirahayu@fisip.unair.ac.id Emy Susanti tuti.budirahayu@fisip.unair.ac.id Sutinah Sutinah tuti.budirahayu@fisip.unair.ac.id Satiti Kuntari tuti.budirahayu@fisip.unair.ac.id Dimas Prasetianto Wicaksono tuti.budirahayu@fisip.unair.ac.id <p>This study was motivated by river water pollution which has an impact on the health of residents who live along the Brantas River Watershed (DAS). Aim of this research is to determine the health awareness and vulnerability of women and their families who live in the Brantas Watershed. An ecofeminist perspective is used to explain women’s awareness and participation in protecting the environment and river water. This research uses a descriptive method with a survey research type. The research was conducted in Surabaya City and Sidoarjo Regency. The number of respondents was 200 housewives aged 19 to over 55 years. The research results show that there are still 11.50% of women in Sidoarjo Regency, and 3.40% from Surabaya who use river water and consider it suitable for household needs. Women and their families are also vulnerable to disease, where 35.30% of children from respondents in Surabaya have experienced skin diseases, and 34.2% of children from respondents in Sidoarjo have experienced diarrhea. However, it turns out that women also care about protecting and preserving the environment. This study concludes that efforts are needed to increase women’s awareness so that they can avoid behavior that is not beneficial to health, especially in their interactions with polluted river water.</p> 2024-05-20T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/DIALEKTIKA/article/view/48551 Male victims of domestic violence among professional families: Shackled in masculinity 2023-08-15T16:06:56+07:00 Siti Mas'udah siti.masudah@fisip.unair.ac.id <p>Various acts of domestic violence are the reality that troubles family life in various social classes. This study seeks to investigate violence experienced by men among professional families and the causes of women to commit such act. This study deployed qualitative methods and conducted in-depth interviews of 53 informants. The finding of the study indicates that men not only experience single violence, but a variation of violence that occurred in professional families, such as physical, economic, verbal/psychological, and sexual violence. This study shows the triggers for women to commit violence against men among professional families are insecurity, jealousy, and inequality in socioeconomic status. Men are burdened with patriarchy and tend to be passive in reacting to the violence they experience. Masculinity makes male victims of violence suffer triple oppression: They become the victims; they are embarrassed because they get a negative stigma from the community for failing and not being able to lead their families; and when men become the victims, they ‘get punished’ because it is considered as ‘abnormal’ for men to become victims of violence. Men react to the violence committed by their wives by carrying out latent resistance, manifest resistance, and alienation.</p> 2024-05-20T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/DIALEKTIKA/article/view/58008 Causes and impacts of domestic violence against women: Cases in Indonesia 2024-05-29T00:11:07+07:00 Wahidah Zein Br Siregar wahidahsiregar@uinsa.ac.id <p>Domestic violence against women is still a common phenomenon in Indonesia. Data from Komnas Perempuan 2021 showed from 8,234 cases of violence against women handled by its partner institutions, 6,480 cases (79%) were happened at home. 3,221 cases of them (50%) are violence against wives. This article aims to uncover the causes and effects of domestic violence against women in Indonesia, what specific patterns are implicit in these causes, expressed by both perpetrators and victims, that could lead to a particular theory of domestic violence, and what perpetrators do to victims and what the consequences are. Using data gathered from 27 informants and 86 online news, this research finds that there are various causes of domestic violence. These causes lead to specific pattern that strengthen the use of social theories, in particular control, resource, exosystem and social isolation theories. Various forms of domestic violence done by offenders from light to heavy hits using bare hands or other tools. The impact of domestic violence can range from injury to death of the victim.</p> 2024-06-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024