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Asian Social Work Journal
ISSN : 01281577     EISSN : 01281577     DOI : -
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The Local Government Efforts in Promoting the Development of Tourism Area of Pari Island, DKI Jakarta Banyudoyo, Andrey; Anugrahini, Triyanti
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 5 No 4 (2020)
Publisher : Asian Social Work Journal

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47405/aswj.v5i4.152

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As one of the countries that has rich natural potential, Indonesia is an archipelago country that has extraordinary natural potential. Therefore, to ensure maximum efforts from the implementation of these efforts, a regulation was formed whereby the Central Government authorizes the Regional Government to maximize its potential. the. . The development of national tourism which is quite good in the last five years provides opportunities for each region that has the potential to further develop and maximize all the potential of its region. This then provides an opportunity for the government to build concrete steps in developing an area that originally had potential in the end. can be used to encourage the area to become a tourist area, where these conditions have an impact on the community in the area. The purpose of writing this article is to find out the efforts of the local government in building community welfare through the development of tourist areas on Pari Island. The method used in this writing is a qualitative descriptive type. Data collection techniques in the form of documentation study, observation and in-depth interviews. By taking informants using purposive sampling. The results obtained are that the government has made various efforts to develop the tourism area on Pari Island.
The Structural Inequalities, Anti-Oppressive and Anti-Discriminatory Approaches Associated with the Marginalization of Asylum Seekers in Australian Historical Context: An Overview Paudel, Niket
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 5 No 4 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47405/aswj.v5i4.154

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Asylum seekers still endure a lot of oppression and alienation, with many erroneous assumptions about them circulating not only in Australia but throughout the world. Asylum seekers are deemed illegal due to the lack of their legitimate visas and are overlooked. The anti-oppressive theory seeks to oppose the underlying institutional and structural challenges in society and power to maintain power balance among minorities. The approach is focused on social justice. Social justice is attained by improving not only the quality of life but also the wellbeing of micro, macro, and mezzo levels with this approach. The fundamental value of diversity is also maintained. The abuse of power among the members of the society with regards to asylum seekers strengthens the notion of oppression; hence the approach strives for the power redistribution by not only defying the structures but also by advocating for the rights of the oppressed. The oppression can arise because of the traditional functioning ways of the systems or individuals’ bigotry. Asylum seekers in Australia are marginalized by the structure through their stern policies and by individual’s bigotry through their hate and sense of threat.

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