Muhadjir Darwin
Dosen Fakultas Sospol UNS dan Staf Pusat Penelitian Kependudukan Universitas Gadjah Mada

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POLITIK IDENTITAS ETNIK ASLI PAPUA BERKONTESTASI DALAM PEMILIHAN KEPALA DAERAH DI KOTA SORONG Leonardo Snanfi, Ferinandus; Darwin, Muhadjir; Setiadi, -; Ikhwan, Hakimul
Sosiohumaniora Vol 20, No 2 (2018): SOSIOHUMANIORA, JULI 2018
Publisher : Universitas Padjadjaran

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Tujuan penelitian, (1) Untuk mengetahui bagaimana politik identitas etnik asli Papua berkontestasi merebut kekuasaan dalam pemilihan kepala daerah di Kota Sorong. (2) Untuk mengetahui bagaimana etnik asli Papua berkolaborasi dengan etnik non Papua dalam merebut kekuasaan dalam pemilihan kepala daerah di Kota Sorong. Metode penelitian kualitatif. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan (1) Otonomi khusus melahirkan politik identitas etnik, egoisme kampung, marga, budaya, saudara, untuk merebut kekuasaan dalam pemilihan kepala daerah di Kota Sorong. Kedua etnik asli Papua saling marginalisasi dalam strategi isu kampaye politik identitas, family, marga, kampung, organisasi etnik, gereja, televisi,spanduk, koran, elit DPRD Kota. Kedua etnik tidak bersatu dikarenakan egosime budaya, adat, diantara kedua etnik asli Papua itu sendiri di Kota Sorong. Tujuan politik identitas etnik untuk menguasai sumber daya ekonomi (dana) otsus Kota Sorong. (2) Alasan etnik asli Papua berkolaborasi dengan etnik non Papua dikarena etnik Maybrat mempunyai perjanjian politik yaitu etnik Maybrat walikota dan etnik Makassar wakil walikota dalam pemilihan kepala daerah di Kota Sorong. Serta mengguasai pasar umum, transportasi kendaraan umum. 
Gerakan Perempuan di Indonesia Dari Masa ke Masa Darwin, Muhadjir
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 7, No 3 (2004): Peran dan Konstruksi Sosial tentang Perempuan
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Examination to Indonesias current history shows that woman-movement is always exist from time to time. Gender equality, indeed has not been openly declared as mission of the movements. The author argues, however, that gender equality has been manifest in the spirit of shared-responsibility in overcoming the problems of the country defined at each era.
The Negotiation of Political Identity and Rise of Social Citizenship: A Study of the Former Female Combatants in Aceh Since the Helsinki Peace Accord Rahmawati, Arifah; Susilastuti, Dewi H; Mas'oed, Mohtar; Darwin, Muhadjir
Jurnal Humaniora Vol 30, No 3 (2018)
Publisher : Faculty of Cultural Science Universitas Gadjah Mada

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An identity negotiation process, initiated after the peace agreement was reached, is currently underway in Aceh. This can be seen, for example, in the activities of the women joined in the Inong Balee troop, the women's wing of the Free Aceh Movement (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka, GAM) formed in the late 1990s. Their participation as women combatants is inseparable from the strong ethno-nationalistic identity and ethno-political struggle that sought Aceh's independence. Today, more than twelve years after peace was reached in Aceh, the Acehnese ethno-political identity has experienced a transformation. Although it has not entirely disappeared, their activities have been framed as part of Indonesian nationalism. This finding emphasizes that nation is not fixed, but transformable and negotiable. The once ethno-political identity has become a social national identity. This paper attempts to understand how former woman members of GAM through a qualitative narrative. This paper attempts to answer why this has happened and how former combatants have negotiated their identities. Is there still a sense of Acehnese nationalism, as they fought for, and how has this intersected with their Indonesian nationalism since they became ordinary citizens?
PERGESERAN PERANAN DAN STRATEGI ADMINISTRASI NEGARA MENYONGSONG ABAD EKONOMI BEBAS DAN GLOBALISASI EKONOMI Darwin, Muhadjir
Jurnal Bestari No 20 (1995)
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Memasuki Abad ekonomi bebas dan globalisasi ekonomi telah banyak terjadi perubahan-perubahan. Dalam era ini, negara tidak dapat sendiri menyelesaikan problem ekonominya, harus melibatkan swasta dan membentuk ekonomi kawasan. Dengan kondisi seperti ini terdapat tuntutan baru bahwa peranan administrasi Negara harus kelar dari asumsi lama dan melakukan perbaikan yang lebih fundamental. Bukan lagi hanya sekedar reformasi administrasi yang bersifat incremental, tetapi perombakan struktur administrasi yang lebih menyeluruh, pemilihan peran, dan penentuan strategi yang baru lebih tepat untuk menghadapi tantangan ekonomi global abad 21.
Penataan Partai Pasca Soeharto: Catatan Kritis RUU Partai Politik Darwin, Muhadjir
JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) 1998: JKAP VOLUME 2 NOMOR 2, TAHUN 1998
Publisher : Magister Administrasi Publik (MAP) FISIPOL Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This paper discusses critically the proposed law of political party (RUU Partai) Overall, the mentioned law has been advanced than that was applied previously. However, there are still several substantial weaknesses in it which needs some revisions in order to attain the making of independent political parties and democratic life in Indonesia.
THE INHIBITING FACTORS OF FERTILITY RATE DECREASE AND THE DIRECTION OF FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM REVITALIZATION Darwin, Muhadjir; Susilastuti, Dewi Haryani; Tsalatsa, Yam’ah; Setianingrum, Triyastuti; Sumini, Sumini
Jurnal Populasi Vol 23, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Pusat Studi Kependudukan dan Kebijakan, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This paper analyzes stagnation of fertility rate decrease in Indonesia. Population balance can be achieved by controlling fertility. Indonesian survey of demography and health in 2012, however, shows no significant difference of fertility rates from similar surveys in 2002 and 2007. In addition to that, there are factors such as the shifting political paradigm in the developing world, change of local governance, and institutional change that influence the stagnation of fertility rate decrease. This writing recommends ways to accommodate balance between democratic system and effective achievement. Besides, the decrease of fertility rate also requires serious commitment and determination of local government to participate. For this goal, sociological and cultural model can be used as an alternative to transform the behavior of society.
Review Buku "EKONOMI SUMBER DAYA MANUSIA" Darwin, Muhadjir
Populasi Vol 1, No 2 (1990): Desember
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Aris Ananta, EKONOMI SUMBER DAYA MANUSIA. Jakarta: LembagaDemografi Fakultas Ekonomi dan Pusat Antar Universitas bidangEkonomi, Universitas Indonesia, 1990.
Agama dan Perubahan Sosial Darwin, Muhadjir
Populasi Vol 25, No 2 (2017)
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Judul          : Bulan Sabit Terbit di atas Pohon Beringin - Studi tentang Muhammadiyah
di Kotagede sekitar 1910- 2010 (Edisi Revisi Ditambah Bagian Dua)Penulis       : Mitsuo Nakamura
Penerjemah: ISEAS, 2012
Penerbit     : Suara MuhammadiyahCetakan     : Kedua, 2017
Tebal         : 487 halaman 
HOW PARTICIPATION SHAPES LOCAL DEVELOPMENT Darwin, Muhadjir
Populasi Vol 24, No 2 (2016)
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This article elaborates citizens’ participation in shaping local development in the Indonesian context. The main question is how to make local development more participatory as a guarantee that citizens’ rights are fully realized. In that respects, social accountability is a key that should be improved from supply and demand sides simultaneously. From the supply side, there is a need to reform local governance, in order to improve the quality of local regulations, local planning, local budgeting, and local public service provision. While from the demand side, there is a need to empower local citizens so that they are engaged in five forms or local development efforts: local regulation formulation, local development planning, local budgeting, community driven development, and public service provision. 
KESEHATAN REPRODUKSI PEKERJA WANITA* Darwin, Muhadjir; Wijaya, Mahendra
Populasi Vol 5, No 2 (1994): Desember
Publisher : Pusat Studi Kependudukan dan Kebijakan, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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As a society becomes more modernized, the role of women in a working place is increasing. A quite large number of women work in various sectors: agriculture, industry, and services. While their participation contributes to the welfare of their family and society at large, the health implication (particularly on reproductive health) needs considerable attention. The study shows the incidence of various reproductive health problems in a working place and low attention given by the employers to this problem. Statutes and government regulations have been made to protect female labours from reproductive health problems, but these laws and regulations have not been implemented consistently by the employers. This studyproposes to increase the government control on reproductive health services and protection given by employers to private industries, and to give the workers the right to organize themselves so that they can obtain the power to have reproductive health services as well as protection from their employers.