Youth and Mobility
Educational migration has become more prominent among young people from provincial capitals. It is this context that brings to the floor the initial research for this cluster, which tries to explore how social relations frame educational migration of young people from Pontianak, West Kalimantan to Yogyakarta.
This research aims to elaborate the dynamics of social relations in Indonesian society. Currently our research focuses on parent-adolescent relationship and social relations in organizations (specifically in the context of leadership) using the indigenous psychology approach.
This particular topic aims to dig further on “spirituality” in broad sense as well as how it relates to Psychology, also how this important aspect impacts human behavior in everyday life.
This current research is focuses on how helping behavior and reciprocity works in family relations among Minangkabau youth in Yogyakarta, and how gender frames these relations in the context of their migration.
This current research aims to explore how Sudanese migrants in Yogyakarta view cultural differences and adapt to the Javanese host community.
Culture and Identity
National Identity: Indonesia is a multi-ethnic and multicultural country. This condition encourage us to understand on how far adults from multi-ethnic backgrounds identify themselves as a member of a certain ethnic group and nationality; how they feel about their social relations with other multicultural communities as portrayed through pro-multicultural behavior, self-worth, and life-satisfaction through this research.