The digital revolution has launched a new era of human empowerment and engagement in every aspect of our lives. This radical revolution in the use of digital technology has significant effects in dramatically changing our leadership responsibilities whether in politics, professionals in business, teachers in school or parents raising children.
This era change has been seen as an era of disruption. The era of disruption as a phenomenon of community compilation shifted activities that began in the real world, into cyberspace. This phenomenon develops with the increasingly limited distance between individuals and facilitates access to information so that people can communicate and interact unlimited.
On the other hand, the disruption era has numbers of negative impacts, such as social problems in the society. Social changes that lead to uncomfortable living spaces, particularly in the big cities. The social problems are also related to family problems, such as the increasing number of divorce rate, child delinquency, online prostitution, pornography and online porno-action. These social problems have been considered due to the rapid change of digital media use.
This international seminar aims to gather information internationally related to the challenges that family face in digital and disruptive era. In addition, this seminar aims to disseminate information about the Family Development policy in Indonesia to academics, practitioners in the field of family and consumers.
The 2nd International Seminar on Family and Consumer Issues in Asia Pacific (ISFCI): with the theme of “Challenging Family in Digital Era” will be held 5-6 August 2019, In Bogor, Indonesia. This unique international conference creates a great platform to researches, scientists, academicians and industry experts to share experiences, discuss research findings and acquire the desired knowledge for practical exercise. ISFCI-2019 is a dedicated event where you will have the opportunity to learn about new developments in the field of family and consumer sciences, and share aspects of your own work. With the participation of outstanding international experts, we hope productive discussions would stimulate new creative ideas to translate new discoveries into better practice and application. During the 2-days conference, a serious of activities such as Scientific Program, Exhibitions, and Posters will be set up.
Topics of interest for submission to either stream include (but are not limited to):
Salak Tower Hotel, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia
Review Process :
Full Papers and Abstracts are invited to submit. All submissions to the conference will be reviewed by at least two independent peers for technical merit and content. Interesting topics are listed below for your reference only, and not limited to the following topics. Topics of interest for submission to either stream include (but are not limited to):
For abstract submission, the corresponding author will receive the review decision in 3-5 days after the receipt of submission. For a full paper submission, the corresponding author will receive the review decision within 7-10 days after the receipt of submission. That is, notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent in a quick review process.
All paper will be sending to Atlantis Press to be possibly indexed by scopus. All submissions will be sent but there is no guarantee of inclusion in the proceedings series Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research. Editors will review all papers before sending to publisher.
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Download : Author-Guiedline-2nd-ISFCI
Submission Guideline : http://ikk.fema.ipb.ac.id/id/index.php/registration-isfci/
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
5 August 2019 – 6 August 2019
Important Dates :
1. Prof. Dr. Ir. Ujang Sumarwan, M.Sc (IPB University)
2. Prof. Dr. Ir. Euis Sunarti, M.Si (IPB University)
3. Associate Prof Herien Puspitawati (IPB University)
4. Associate Prof Dwi Hastuti (IPB University)
5. Associate Prof Lilik Noor Yuliati (IPB University)
6. Associate Prof Mohamad Fazli Sabri (Universiti Putera Malaysia)
7. Associate Prof Muslihah Hasbullah (Universiti Putera Malaysia)
(30 April 2019)
(15 June 2019)
(15 July 2019)
|Reguler Presenter (oral/poster) (international)||
|Visual Present (Skype)||
|Reguler Presenter (INA)||
|Full Time Student (internasional)||
|Participant without Paper||
|Full Time Student (INA)||
The registration fee includes two luncheon, four tea and coffee breaks, attending all sessions and keynote speeches, a certificate of presentation, name badge and a conference bag. To organize such a scale of international conference, the registration fee is used to cover all conference operation costs while maintaining quality service to all participants.
You can pay your registration fee through a bank transfer as per given information below :
BANK NAME : BANK BNI
BRANCH : BOGOR
BENEFICIARY : ASOSIASI ILMU KELUARGA DAN KONSUMEN
ACCOUNT NUMBER : 0568837511
BANK CODE : 009
After sending your registration payment by bank transfer, scan the bank receipt and attach the PDF file in an email to: email@example.com
The payment is made no later than 15 July 2019. The conference secretariat should receive the exact amount of registration fees. If not, the participant has to pay the balance due at the registration desk.
1. Prof. Dr. Euis Sunarti
2. Dr. Herien Puspitawati
3. Dr. Dwi Hastuti
4. Dr. Lilik Noor Yuliati
5. Dr. Megawati Simanjuntak
6. Dr. Irni Rahmayani Johan
7. Dr. Yulina Eva Riany
8. Prof. Mohamad Fasli Sabri
9. Dr. Muslihah Hasbullah
1. Associate Prof. Megawati Simanjuntak
2. Yulina Eva Riany, S.P., M.Ed., PhD
3. Irni Rahmayani Johan, S.P.,M.M., P.hD
4. Alfiasari, SP, MSi
5. Associate Prof Melly Latifah, M.Si
Monday, 5 August 2019
|08.00 – 08.10||Opening|
|08.10 – 08.20||Remarks from Rector of IPB University||Dr. Arif Satria (Rector of IPB Universty)||Ballroom|
|08.20 – 09.00||Keynote Speaker||Dr.Ir.Subandi, M.Sc, Bappenas||Ballroom|
|09.00 – 12.00||
|1. Challenging Family Issues in Malaysia||Profesor Tengku Aizan
Universiti Putra Malaysia
|2. Challenging Family Issues in South Korea||Associate Professor
Seoul National University
|3. Challenging Child Issues in Japan||Associate Professor
University of Niigata Prefecture
|4. Challenging Consumer Issues in Indonesia||Prof. Dr. Ujang Sumarwan, MSc, IPB University||Ballroom|
|5. Challenging Consumer Issues in South Korea||John Brady, T. Ph.D, Seoul National University||Ballroom|
|12.00 – 13.00||
|13.00 – 16.00||Oral Presentation|
|1. Child Development Issues||Presenter||Room A|
|2. Consumer Issues||Presenter||Room B|
|3. Family Issues||Presenter||Ballroom|
|13.00 – 16.00||Poster Exhibition||OC||Hall|
Tuesday, 6 August 2019
|09.00 – 15.00||Oral Presentation|
|3. Child Development Issues||Presenter||Room A|
|4. Consumer Issues||Presenter||Room B|
|3. Family Issues||Presenter||Ballroom|
|15.00 – 16.00||Closing and Award||OC||Hall|
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– Printed Name Card, Note book
– Seminar kit
– Printed Program Book
– Printed Presenter Certificate
– Best Paper Award
– International Buffet Lunch Daily
– Two Coffee Breaks Each Day
IPB (InstitutPertanian Bogor) University is one of the notable university in Indonesia. Located in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. Established since 1st September 1961. At this time IPB is the only college in Indonesia that bears the name of “institute” same level as university that given full trust by the government to pursue and develop tropical agricultural sciences in the country.
Since 53 years ago, IPB has grown and developed into a college that has a good reputation and plays an important role in the national development and higher education in Indonesia. IPB’s growth and development has gone through three periods of time: the colonial era, the period of struggle for independence, and the period after the proclamation of independence. In the three period there was a consistent thread that consists of the striving, nationality, patriotism and leadership of the predecessors
IPB has nine faculties: the Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Faculty of Animal Science, Faculty of Forestry, Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Management, Faculty of Human Ecology, Business School, Graduate School and Vocational School.
IPB currently has 36 departments, 21 Study Centers, 159 undergraduate and graduate programs and 18 diploma (vocational) educational programs. And until January 2016, IPB has graduated 133,778 students.
Indonesia is one of the Southeast Asia country, between the Indian and Pacific oceans. It is the world’s largest island country, with more than 17.000 thousand islands. It is the world’s 4th most populous country in the world. Indonesia consists of many provinces, including West Java. This province has many notable places to visit i.e Bogor, Bandung, Banten, etc. Bogor is a bit further away from Bandung (capital province of West Java) about 4,5 hours drive, also called the city of rain. Previously known as “Buitenzorg” (Sans soucis or Without worries), during the Dutch colonial era, Bogor actually lies closer to Jakarta (50 km) than it does to Bandung (120 km). The inhabitants of Bogor work in agriculture, forestry, industry, as civil are Christians, Catholics, Hindus and Buddhists.
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