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Workshop of Scopus Journal Drafting by Professor Irwan Abdullah

In the series of events that aim towards increasing student capacity, our department holds a Scopus journal drafting workshop. The main speaker in this event was Prof. Dr. Irwan Abdullah, UGM anthropologist, 4-5 October 2019. The event which took place in the 7th floor meeting room of Building B, FISIP UB was attended by students,…

Success of the 1st International Conference of Inequalities, Social Justice and Democracy Conference 2018 (ISJD Conference 2018)

The UB Sociology Department has successfully held the first international conference entitled International Conference of Inequalities, Social Justice and Democracy 2018. This activity is held on Monday, November 26, 2019 at 08.00-17.00 WIB in UB Guest House. Some of the main speakers included; Dr. Richard Chauvel, Melbourne University, Australia; Ana Luisa Campanha Nakamoto, Ph.D candidate,…

Research Day 2018: Welcome to the New Family of UB Sociology

As part of the introduction of the academic atmosphere for new students in class 2018, the UB Sociology Department in collaboration with the Sociology Student Association (Himasigi) held Research Day 2018. The lively event involved all the large families of UB Sociology, both as speakers and committee members, from S1 to S3 levels . The…

National Seminar on Indonesian Politics and Cultural History

UB’s Sociology Department once again held a national seminar entitled Politics and Indonesian Cultural History on November 21, 2018 and took place in the meeting room of UB Central Library. On that occasion, three main speakers attended; R.T. Soedarno Hadipuro, a Javanese cultural activist. Indhar Wahyu Wira Harjo, lecturer and researcher of Javanese culture from…

Sociology Doctoral Study Program Curriculum Workshop

Universities (PT) must be creative in compiling curriculum to face the industrial era 4.0. Because changes in society will be faster because of technology. The explanation was stated by Dr. Linda Darmajanti, M.T., Monday (07/08/2019) at the Sociology Doctoral Study Program Curriculum Workshop, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) Universitas Brawijaya. She conveyed the…

Visit of the Village Ministry, Development of Disadvantaged Areas, and Transmigration to UB Sociology

In implementing Law No. 6 concerning Villages, especially related to the tasks of the Ministry of Village, Development of Disadvantaged Areas, and Transmigration (Kemendesa) required various models, concepts and strategies for social intervention to improve community welfare and the implementation of various dimensions in village law. Many parties as knowledge producers, such as universities that…

Practical Workshop and Preparation of Practical Module Sociology S1 Study Program

S1 Sociology Study Program (Prodi) FISIP UB is one of the Study Programs that implements a practicum system in the education process. Each semester in the study program has practicum courses namely Sociological Academic Skill (SAS) in semester 1, Social Institution Structure and Social Change in semester 2, Village-city Sociology and Social Research Methods in…

Announcement for the Course of Proposal Seminar for Undergraduates of the Department of Sociology, Year 2015

Undergraduate students of the Department of Sociology at UB Year 2015 who have not passed or taken the Proposal Seminar course in the  last even semester, must submit the outlines of their proposals on August 13-16, 2018 during work hours to the department’s administrative staff.  The contents of said outlines must be aligned with the…

PLOTTING OF INTERNSHIP ADVISORS 2018

THE FOLLOWING IS THE RESULTS OF  INTERNSHIP ADVISORS PLOTTING IN THE EVEN SEMESTER OF  2017/2018 ACADEMIC YEAR: CLICK HERE: PKN 2018

Book Event Modal Sosial (Social Capital) by Sunyoto Usman

The issue of social capital is an issue that has been developing for a long time and is an interesting issue to discuss, because in the sociological analysis in the present it has become a dynamic issue to be discussed again with the contributions of Bordieu and Coleman in the context of social research and…

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