AICoSH 2020

 

BACKGROUND

            The massive use of information and communication technology is changing the face of industry. The industrial revolution 4.0 has triggered digitalization and automation in various sectors in industrial processes. This allows for major changes in the business model so that new businesses emerge and disrupt conventional established businesses that have long existed. Not yet finished with that, Japan emerged with the concept of society 5.0 which made humans at the centre of technological development. The concept of Society 5.0 seeks to create a balance between technology as a trigger for economic development and as a means to improve people’s lives and social welfare.

            Proposed by the Prime Minister of Japan in 2017, Society 5.0 follows the history of society development. It is considered as the fifth society after the hunting society (Society 1.0), agricultural society (Society 2.0), industrial society (Society 3.0), and information society (Society 4.0) (Harayama, 2017). Although based on the realisation of the increased added value built upon Society 4.0, Society 5.0 is not only about the digitalisation of manufacturing. It is digitalisation of all aspects of life, as Japan is now ready to move towards the creations of “super-smart society”. Additionally, the introduced concept of Society 5.0 is not just about technology adoption. The implementation of Society 5.0 relies on three pillars, namely digital society based on human and machine collaboration, multilevel cooperation across regions, borders, and time; and human resources development (The MEXT, 2016). As such, it includes massive data processing in cyberspace collected from human activities and other physical objects. The processed products will form the basis of decisions that create efficiency, security, comfort, health, and more balanced welfare distribution.

            Since introduced in 2017, Society 5.0 has been spreading and its underlaying concepts continue to be shaped, particularly in developed countries which have the foundation and readiness built upon Society 4.0. Promised to advance the potential of individual-technology relationships in encouraging the improvement of the quality of life of all people through super smart societies, the concept of Society 5.0 is likely to become a core idea in the near future. Society 5.0 emerged, in large part, as (con)sequences of the application of Industry 4.0 in the mobilization of technology for production. However, some questions might arise from such circumstances. For example, how do social sciences respond to these changes? What are the roles of social sciences in particular psychology, sociology and communication, to guide social development in diverse social contexts that may have a large impact on society at all levels, such as in terms of quality of life and sustainability? To what extent do changes in society affect the dynamics of civil society, or Madani society? And, to what extent do social theories are of relevant with the current and future challenges emerge from Society 5.0? 

            Based on the above mentioned background and potential questions, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta will hold the 2nd Annual International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities 2020 (the 2nd  AICOSH 2020)  on 24-26 March 2020, and invite scholars from all over the world to discuss these issues.


THEME AND SUB-THEMES

Crafting Madani Society 5.0: Issues and Perspectives

Cluster 1: Madani society 5.0 and Sociology

  • Science, technology and society
  • Disaster policy and social resilience
  • Religion, state and identity politics
  • Gender, masculinity and femininity
  • Technology and contemporary digital culture
  • Social policy and family studies

 

Cluster 2: Madani society 5.0 and Communication Science

  • New media, participatory culture, and identity
  • New media and politics
  • Communication and gender
  • Communication and tourism
  • Marketing communication
  • Family communication
  • Digital literacy
  • Challenges on Islamic communication.
  • Digital religious practices by Muslim youth

 

Cluster 3: Madani Society 5.0 and Psychology

  • Mental health and disability
  • Wellbeing in Muslim society
  • Positive psychology for strengthening families and societies
  • Religion in applied Psychology
  • Religion and the workplace

COMMITTEE

STEERING COMMITTEE

  1. Prof. Drs. KH. Yudian Wahyudi, MA, Ph.D (President of AIUA and Rector of UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  2. Gregory Vanderbilt (Eastern Mennonite University, United States)
  3. Prof. Pawito (Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia)
  4. Prof. Aida Vitayala Hubeis (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  5. Dr. Hermin Indah Wahyuni (Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia)
  6. Dr. Arya Hadi Dharmawan (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

General Chair
Prof. Dr. Al Makin (UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
General Co-Chair 
  1. Dr. Syarifudin Jurdi (UIN Alauddin, Indonesia)
  2. Moch. Nur Ichwan, Ph.D (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
Program Chair
Dr. Zuly Qodir, M.Si (Muhammadiyah University Yogyakarta)
Publication Chair
Tatang Muttaqien, Ph.D (university of Groningen, Netherland)
Secretariat
  1. Dr. Muryanti (UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
  2. Rama Kertamukti, M.Sn (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  3. Ismatul Izzah, M.A (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  4. Tri Muryani (UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
  5. Lisa Aditia Putra (UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
TECHNICAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
  1. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rodina Ahmad, (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
  2. Dr. Danial Hooshyar (Korea University, Republic of Korea)
  3. Dr. Moslem Yousefi (Korea University, Republic of Korea)
  4. Dr. Yunindyawati (Sriwijaya University, Indonesia)
  5. Dr. Diana Setiawati, M.Hsc., Psy., Psikolog (Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia)
  6. Ahmad Mansur, BBA, MEI, MA (UIN Sunan Ampel, Indonesia)
  7. Dr. Thriwaty Arsal, State University of Semarang, Indonesia)
  8. Dr. Rokhani, SP., M.Si (Jember University)
  9. Dr. Soetji Lestari (Jendaral Sudirman University, Indonesia)
  10. Dr. Sakaria Anwar (Hasanudin University , Indonesia)
  11. Dr. Wahyu A. Bakar (STKIP Bima, Indonesia)
  12. Dr. Mochamad Sodik, S.Sos., M.Si (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  13. Fajar Iqbal, S.Sos., M.Si (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  14. Dr. Erika Setyanti Kusumaputri, S.Psi., M.Si (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  15. Dr. Sabarudin, M.Si (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  16. Dr. Sulistyaningsih, S.Sos., M.Si (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  17. Achmad Zainal Arifin, M.A., Ph.D (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  18. Drs. Siantari Rihartono, M.Si (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  19. Retno Pandan Arum Kusumowardhani, S.Psi,M.Si,Psi (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  20. Dr. Napsiah, S.Sos., M.Si (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  21. Dr. Yani Tri Wijayanti, S.Sos, M.Si (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)
  22. Lisnawati, S.Psi., M.Psi (UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia)

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract Submission  April 15, 2019  April 30, 2019
Acceptance Notification  April 24, 2019  May 7, 2019
Full Paper Submission  June 15, 2019

VENUE

 
NEW SAPHIR HOTEL YOGYAKARTA 
(CONFERENCE VENUE)
Addres : JL. Laksda Adisucipto No.38, 55221 Yogyakarta
Direction : Located precisely at the Bussiness heart of Yogyakarta, New saphir Hotel known as the perfect escape for your need in Yogyakarta. 15 minutes drive away from Adisucipto Airport and just a short drive away from malioboro street and Keraton area.Surrounded by Shopping Center, Bussiness offices, Universities, Goverment offices, and exactly next to Lippo Mall and Siloam Hospital, New saphir Hotel Yogyakarta meet all of your expectations for a perfect 4 star hotel.
 
 
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITES
UIN SUNAN KALIJAGA YOGYAKARTA
(PANEL DISCUSSION VENUE)
AddresJL. Laksda Adisucipto 55221 Yogyakarta
Direction : Panel Discussions will be located just 5 minutes from New Saphire Hotel Yogyakarta

CONFERENCE FEES

Category of Participants

Payments

 Indonesian Paper Presenter (Facilities)  IDR 1.260.000
 International Paper Presenter  USD 100
 Indonesian Participant  IDR 560.000
 International Participant  USD 60
 Publication Fee  USD 110/IDR 1.540.000
 
The payment could be transferred to:
Bank Account Holder : RPL 030 UIN Sunan Kalijaga Utk Operasional BLU
Name of The Bank : BNI 1946 UGM Bulak Sumur Branch
Account Number : 3000000043
Swift Code : BNINIDJA