KRITIS https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis <p><strong>KRITIS</strong> adalah Jurnal Studi Pembangunan Interdisiplin (<em>Journal of Interdisciplinary Development Studies</em>) yang isinya berkaitan dengan pembangunan sebagai proses multidimensional yang melibatkan reorientasi dan reorganisasi kemasyarakatan secara keseluruhan, yang mencakup penjaminan pilihan-pilihan kebutuhan hidup manusia, penegakan harga diri manusia, dan pembebasan dari penghambaan.&nbsp;<strong>KRITIS</strong> menerima artikel dalam Bahasa Indonesia maupun Bahasa Inggris, terbit dua kali dalam satu tahun (Juni dan Desember)</p> Center for Sustainable Development Studies - Fakultas Interdisiplin UKSW en-US KRITIS 0215-4765 <p>Ketika penulis menyerahkan artikelnya kepada &nbsp;Jurnal Studi Pembangunan Interdisiplin KRITIS, dan jika artikel tersebut disetujui oleh Dewan Editor untuk diterbitkan maka HAK CIPTA dari Artikel tersebut melekat pada Jurnal Studi Pembangunan Interdisiplin KRITIS. Pihak Dewan Editor dapat memperbanyak memperbanyak Artikel tersebut dengan tetap mencantumkan nama penulis.&nbsp;</p> LUMBUNG TULUNG TINULUNG: PENGUATAN MODAL SOSIAL MASYARAKAT KUMPULREJO SAAT PANDEMI COVID-19 https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/4559 <p>This article aims to analyze the strengthening of the social capital of the people of Kumpulrejo Urban Village, Salatiga City to face the Covid-19 Pandemic using the concept of social capital, namely trust, norms, networks. Qualitative descriptive research method by collecting interview data and going into the field. The emergence of the Lumbung Tulung Tinulung movement was based on the values ​​of life that were mutually agreed upon and developed in the Kumpulrejo community, namely concern for the surrounding environment. The results of the study show that trust as an element in social capital is a fundamental element in building and strengthening the Tulung Tinulung Lumbung program. Norms as social capital are marked by the existence of basic values ​​in the Kumpulrejo society which binds both internal and external. Networking as one of the elements of social capital is seen from the strengthening of the role of the Tulung Tinulung Lumbung not only as a place to collect and distribute foodstuffs into a program and movement capable of educating the public as well as building and fostering networks between actors. The conclusion that the establishment of the Tulung Tinulung Lumbung is one of the steps in order to build the resilience of the people of Kumpulrejo Village in facing the Covid-19 pandemic based on the concept of social capital.</p> Suryo Sakti Hadiwijoyo Putri Hergianasari ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-06-29 2021-06-29 30 1 1 20 10.24246/kritis.v30i1p1-20 DEVELOPMENT OF CHEKLIST BASED WOMEN CAPACITY BUILDING INSTRUMENTS IN PANDEMI COVID-19 DISASTER MANAGEMENT EFFORTS https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/4582 <p>Disasters are understood as events caused by nature or humans that endanger a person's life and livelihoods. Referring to the consequences, the view of disaster should be expanded into all the factors that can cause loss of property and life as explained. So, we can see other factors, both physical and non-physical, as potential disasters. One example is a health disaster due to biotic pollutants (bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc.), in this case the COVIS-19 pandemic.<br>Disasters themselves have different impacts between women and men due to different roles and responsibilities. The absence of basic knowledge and skills regarding natural disaster preparedness and health is one of the reasons for the limitations of women in efforts to save themselves and their families in situations of disasters and outbreaks. The solution, namely strengthening the capacity for disaster risk management and disease outbreaks in women, needs to be done.<br>The product of this research is the development of an instrument in the form of a basic knowledge information module of COVID-19 along with the COVID-19 Pandemic outbreak checklist table which functions as a tool and guidance for mitigating the COVID-19 outbreak in the family. This instrument is one of the steps in human resource development (Human Resources), especially in the field of resilience to disasters and disease outbreaks.</p> Amrizarois Ismail Dhiyan Krishna Wardhani Lintang Jata Angghita Rr. M.I. Retno Susilorini ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-06-29 2021-06-29 30 1 21 34 10.24246/kritis.v30i1p21-34 FLOURISHING PADA PELUKIS DISABILITAS FISIK YANG TERGABUNG DALAM AMFPA https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/4867 <p>Flourishing is a subjective experience when positive emotion, engagement, positive relationships, meaning and accomplishment combine effectively (Seligman, 2011). Previous research found that engagement is not related to artistic activity (D'raven &amp; Pasha-Zaidi, 2016), even though painting is an artistic experience with a sense of emotion, happiness, etc. (Winarno &amp; Aryanto, 2016). The Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (AMFPA) is an international association of painters with physical disabilities in which painters do not have hands and therefore rely on their mouths or feet when painting. This study aims to describe the flourishing of painters with physical disabilities who [the] are members of AMFPA. The method used in this research is a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach to capture the phenomena experienced by the participants as closely as possible (Smith, 2009). Interviews by telephone (conducted during the Covid-19 pandemic situation) and limited observation were carried out on 3 participants (male, aged 41-54 years) during March - November 2020, only once. Each interview session lasts 90-120 minutes by telephone. The validity of the data was tested using data triangulation, namely interviewing the significant other (Bachri, 2010), such as spouse, siblings and co-workers of the participants. The results of this study indicate that one of the elements of flourishing, namely engagement, is also experienced by painters with physical disabilities. Other findings show that the different backgrounds and experiences of each painter can have an impact on their flourishing experiences.</p> Defri Harianto Natan Wahyuni Kristinawati ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-06-29 2021-06-29 30 1 35 51 10.24246/kritis.v30i1p35-51 STRATEGI KOMUNIKASI PEMERINTAH KABUPATEN KONAWE DALAM PEMBANGUNAN PARIWISATA PANTAI TORONIPA https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/4621 <p>This study examines the communication strategy designed by the Konawe district government. The design of the communication strategy aims to invite all people to be actively involved in collaborating with the local government in efforts to develop the Toronipa Beach tourism area. The research method used is a qualitative descriptive research approach as a methodological basis, while the data collection techniques are observation, in-depth interviews, and literature review. The communication strategy is analyzed using the communication strategy theory which states that the communication strategy is a combination of all communication elements consisting of message sources, messages, media, recipients, and also communication effects designed to achieve optimal communication goals. Based on the results of the research, it is known that the communication strategy carried out by the government involves the Chairperson of the <em>LPM</em> and <em>Pokdarwis</em>, the content of the communication message is an invitation to participate and information related to tourism development, deliberation forums as a medium of communication, different aspects review in communicant analysis, and organizational and participatory communication as the communication patterns. With this communication strategy, the government hopes that community participation will continue to increase and contribute to the development and management of Toronipa beach.</p> Mega Alma Narwasty Pamerdi Giri Wiloso Gatot Sasongko ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-06-29 2021-06-29 30 1 52 78 10.24246/kritis.v30i1p52-78 FUNDAMENTALISM VERSUS SOCIAL INJUSTICE: POLITICAL ECONOMIC DIMENSION OF THE INDONESIAN FUNDAMENTALISM https://ejournal.uksw.edu/kritis/article/view/5008 <p>Millennium era has been marked off by the horrific alert of the human extermination one of which is in the cutthroat tragedy of 09/11 in 2001, Indonesia is no exception. The series of terrorist attacks and suicide bombings that have recurred almost every year since 2000 behooves the Indonesian stakeholders to giving their very eyes on the roots of the problem. In Karen Armstrong’s viewpoint, the savagery of that extremist attack that slay thousands of people has nothing to do with religion alone, but dominantly also with economic cliff and political havoc in both national and global level. But she also calls to mind that it does not mean that religion has nothing to do with any barbarous acts. The atrocities in the name of religious motives in some aspects are convincingly the constant implications of the imparity of political economy. Terrorism and the similar acts of villainy instigated by the religious ideology are like “rotting fruit” of its main tree, fundamentalism. Fundamentalism is categorized as one of the huge challenges Indonesia has been facing along the post-Reform era. This article examines the problem of the absence of social justice and multidimensional approach of development at all level as the backbones and the determining factors of the emersion of the Indonesian fundamentalism.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Eduardus Lemanto ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-06-29 2021-06-29 30 1 79 99 10.24246/kritis.v30i1p79-99