Demographics of Indonesia

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  • Curation Journalism Case Study

    Introduction The development of information and communication technology to some extent has changed the way journalists do their tasks. Today, formats and techniques in online journalism work are very diverse and still developing. There are some trends brought up by the practitioners such as interactive multimedia, live blogging reports and digital newspapers. Amongst these new media practices, there is one journalistic format that is known in journalism studies as ‘curation journalism’. The…

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  • Trans Studio Bandung Case Study

    children. Entry Ticket : Rp6.000 entry ticket (other rides not included) Opening Hours : Monday - Saturday from 08.00 - 15.00 4. Santo Petru Cathedral Bandung Cathedral Church, or St. Peter's Cathedral, is a church located on Jalan Merdeka, Bandung, Indonesia. The building was designed by Charles Prosper Wolff Schoemaker and a late neo-Gothic architectural style. Viewed from above, the shape resembles a symmetrical cross. It has an agruably large area, which is 2,385 m² . Its considered…

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  • 5.7 Foreign Policy Under Susilo Bambang Ydhoyon Case Study

    Policy under Susilo Bambang Yudhoyon Susilo Bambang Yudhoyon (SBY) was the sixth president of Indonesia after Megawati Sukarnoputri. SBY was the Indonesia military office, political and government official who was the first popularly elected president of Indonesia since 2004 till 2014. After Indonesia strengthen domestic politics and reaffirmed its role in international affairs in 2004, “Indonesia managed to hold direct presidential elections and general elections in 2004, created a new…

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  • Analysis: The Republic Of Indonesia

    The Republic of Indonesia is a country located in Southeast Asia near the equator. Indonesia is known as the largest archipelagic nation because it has a total of 17,508 islands. Indonesia is also known for the fourth most populous country in the world with a total population of more than 238 million(“Basic Facts”). The GDP of Indonesia in 2015 was $859 billion where United States has $17.95 trillion(CIA). That shows that Indonesia is still a developing country. Indonesia is rich in natural…

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  • The Impact Of Dutch Colonization On Indonesia

    terrorizing 347 years, Indonesia is finally free. Free, but affected. Dutch had left an imprint in Indonesia in so many ways you can't even imagine. The tactics of the Dutch on taking over Indonesia were very intelligent and the impacts it had made in Indonesia both intellectually and economically were very drastic. To discuss in-depth about the thesis above, the following topics would be explained in the paragraphs below. The Dutch's journey throughout their colonization period in Indonesia and…

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  • Analyse The Benefits Of Globalization And Poverty

    that workers are treated fairly and humanely in order for the benefits of globalization to be shared universally. In Indonesia, the Labor Ministry, a government institution, is responsible for enforcing all standards, such as wages, hours, and working conditions, and implementing penalties when these standards are violated (“Indonesia Human Rights”, 2015). Each province of Indonesia has their own minimum wage, which is based on the amount deemed appropriate for the workers to live decently. The…

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  • Richard Lewis Tsunami

    was a heavily populated region known as Aceh. There, waves reached 80 feet high over large stretches of the coast and up to 100 feet in some places. Entire communities were simply swept away by the water in a matter of minutes. The death toll in Indonesia is estimated at between 130,000 and 160,000 people, with an additional 500,000…

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  • Background And Rationale Of Performance Management Reform In Indonesia

    3.1. INTRODUCTION This chapter initially introduces brief background information of Indonesia, as one of developing countries that becomes the subject of the study. This chapter trying to answer the first research question “How does the NPM reform in Indonesia and what is the rationale of the reform? To see the how the NPM Reform that carries performance management taken up in Indonesia. Background and Rationales of NPM Reform as well as the existing condition portrays Indonesian Bureaucracy…

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  • My Life Journey Essay

    sadness are two main things that can not be avoided. However, we can choose our path whether we want to be happy or to be sad. My own journey started in a city called Jakarta in 18th December 1996. Jakarta is a capital city and the biggest city in Indonesia. I remembered I used to go to this mal called Summarecon Mal Serpong with my family every weekend because it has a live band music in Saturday evening. The band was really nice, they always played all great songs, and they allowed request…

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  • Analysis Of Cheerios

    cultural analysis was used. In a glimpse, Thai culture looks similar to Indonesian, but not identical. Thailand shows a high power distance, but less power distance than Indonesia, and that explains the rigid hierarchy in that country. This also could be explained as the effect of a monarchical regime in Thailand. Thailand, just like Indonesia, is a highly collectivist country where relationship is the core issues and strictly binded to family.…

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