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Asian Social Work Journal
ISSN : 01281577     EISSN : 01281577     DOI : -
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Indigenous Peoples, Poverty and the Role of Social Workers Suradi, Suradi; Nulhaqim, Soni Akmad; Mulyana, Nandang; Suharto, Edi
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
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Indigenous peoples were placed as second-class citizens, that have fallen behind in all aspects of life than any other citizen. In fact, indigenous people in any country has gained international legal protection through 'the United Nations Declaration the Right of Indigenous People' since 2007. In the entity, within the indigenous peoples, including women and children. The form of response to the declaration, each country develop policies in the form of regulation and followed by action programs targeting indigenous peoples. It has been over 10 years of the declaration proclaimed, but the indigenous peoples still face a lot of problems in the social, cultural, economic, political, legal, land and natural resources; not even the women and their children. This situation requires the presence of a social work profession, in which the role of professional help to acquire rights, improve the quality of life and well-being of indigenous peoples. Keywords: indigenous peoples, poverty, social worker.
Evaluation of Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Program Implementation: A Case Study from One of The Private Hospital in Yogyakarta Pradini, Hanum Enggar
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
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This research conducted at one of the private hospital was a special Type C Hospital in Yogyakarta that will carry out accreditation in 2018. By 2018, SNARS Edition I has applied as a new standard of accreditation. IPC is included in the hospital management standard group, so that the organizing system a good IPC can improve the quality of hospital services. The purpose of this study was to find out the management and implementation of the IPC at this hospital according to SNARS Edition I. This study used qualitative analysis methods with a case study design. The object in this study is the implementation of the IPC program which was assessed by survey and direct observation using the SNARS Edition I assessment instrument. Respondents in this study were 12 people. The results of the study showed that the IPC score was 39,8%. The head of hospital had not implemented IPC managerial activities according to the guidelines. The IPC Team members have not been informed about their roles, the IPC program has not existed yet, and the surveillance record only noted without any further action, not even reported. Case of IDO tends to increase. Only two members of IPC Team (18,18%) received official IPC training. Existing IPC regulations should be revised and completed especially related to risk management of infection, so it will have more impact on improving facilities and infrastructure. IPC program at this hospital has not yet reached the target based on SNARS Edition I. Keywords: Accreditation, Infection Prevention and Control (IPC), IPC Program Implementation, SNARS Edition I
Transformational Leadership Directly and Indirectly Effect on Nurse Performance: Organizational Cultural as Intervening Variables Hidayah, Nur; Fadila, Eva Nur
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
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A nurse performance greatly determines the quality of health services in a hospital. The purpose of this study was to prove the influence of transformational leadership on nurse performances, both directly and indirectly through organizational culture and work motivation. The research method used was a quantitative approach with cross-sectional design. The number of samples consisted of 86 nurses in a private hospital. Data collection used a questionnaire. Data analysis techniques used Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM). Research results shew that transformational leadership had a positive and significant effect on nurse performance both directly and indirectly through organizational culture and work motivation). The study results have shown that Transformational Leadership is effect on Organizational Culture. Transformational Leadership is effect on Work Motivation. Transformational Leadership, Organizational Culture, and Work Motivation are effect on Nurses Performance. Organizational culture mediated the effect of the transformational leadership on performance.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Overcome Trauma of A Child Sexual Abuse Victim in Bandung-Indonesia Susilowati, Ellya; Dewi, Krisna
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a micro social work intervention technique that can reduce trauma experience by victims of sexual violence, including children. The purpose of this study was to examine and analyze the application of CBT interventions in dealing with the trauma as experienced by a 10-year-old girl, a victim of sexual violence, who gets help from the Child Protection Agency (LPA) in Bandung. This study used experimental approach with Single Subject Design (SSD) with A-B measurement technique to show the impact of the interventions result. Trauma indications that are intervened with the CBT model are the fear of being alone, nightmare, and sadness when hearing the words related to rape or sexual violence. CBT interventions carried out in this study are performed by providing psychoeducation, relaxation, helping the victim to express feelings, teaching coping skills, and in vivo exposure. The results of CBT interventions indicated changes in the reduction in frequency of trauma indications in children who are victims of sexual violence. This proves that CBT interventions can be performed to reduce the trauma experienced by the 10-year-old victim of sexual violence. The recommendation that can be suggested based on the results of this study are; CBT should be carried out with a more complete session and give reinforcement to parents about mentoring traumatic child victims of sexual violence
Collaborative Strategy in Preventing the Vulnerability of Elderly Informal Workers Winarni, Endah Dwi; Nurlela, Ella; S., Diana
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
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The elderly who work in an informal sector tend to bear two layers of vulnerability: both body and mental functions that have been degenerated and the insecurities of the job. Status as an informal worker does have an impact on the uncertain income, also the absence of health benefits, pensions, or workers’ compensation. Even if the state guarantees social protections for the elderly, it still has a formidable challenge when it must to be provided for the elderly informal workers specifically, for example, a contribution-based pension that reaches more to the elderly formal workers. Thus, this study discusses the efforts in preventing the vulnerability of elderly informal workers, especially the elderly farmers who are chosen as a case’s subject in this study. Previous studies in a similar topic often emphasize the role of the state in preventing the vulnerability of elderly informal workers (a vertical scheme). In contrast to those studies, the argument of this study is the collaborative roles between the state and communities that are based on capability approach and social capital is able to prevent the vulnerability of elderly informal workers (vertical and horizontal synergy schemes). This study is written based on a case study research with the qualitative approach on the elderly farmers in Padamukti Village, Sukaresmi Subdistrict, Garut Regency, West Java, Indonesia.
Analysis of SocialCultural Factors Influence to the Children in Conflict with Law: A Case Study in 3 Regencies and Municipality of Bengkulu Province, Indonesia Permata, Sri Putri; Herlina, Muria
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
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This research aimed to analyze sociocultural factors among children in conflict with law in the villages of 3 regencies and 1 municipality in Bengkulu Province. Data were collected through observation, in depth interview as well as documentation study. 15 peoples was selected as informants which consist of 6 formal and informal leaders, 6 children in conflict with law, 2 parents, and a social worker. This research finding showed that in the villages most villagers were farmers who spent almost all day for work. This impacted in decreasing time to interact with their children and surrounding neighbors. On the other side, social control were growing weaken. It was indicated by degradation of sociocultural as well as religious values in community. Social status was valued from one’s belonging. Normative customary sanctions were not implemented strictly anymore. Both formal and informal leaders practiced bad behavior. Impact of technology such as uncontrolled use of smart phone had negative impact to the juvenile. This research concluded that there were some changes in sociocultural values which interacted in case of children in conflict with law. From this finding, the efforts to strengthen family functions were needed besides optimizing the roles of law, customary and religious institution as well.

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