- Sep 2020
The New York Times (2020) C.D.C. Halts Evictions, Citing Covid-19 Risks. Retrieved from: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/01/world/covid-19-coronavirus.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage#link-26bc7ab3
- Aug 2020
Rahvy, A., & Ridlo, I. A. (2020). A Timeline Response: How Does Islamic Organizations Respond to COVID-19 in Indonesia? https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/kzhy9
- public response
- literature review
- physical distancing
- official statement
- timeline response
- vaccine hesitancy
- government effort
- Islamic organization
Aizenman, Joshua, Yothin Jinjarak, Donghyun Park, and Huanhuan Zheng. ‘Good-Bye Original Sin, Hello Risk On-Off, Financial Fragility, and Crises?’ National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 23 April 2020. https://www.nber.org/papers/w27030.
- South Africa
- emerging markets
- global financial crisis
- sovereign bond issuance data
- monetary policy
- financial fragility
- May 2020
Pragholapati, A. (2020). NEW NORMAL “INDONESIA” AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/7snqb
- Dec 2018
POROS MARITIM DUNIA DAN BENCANA TSUNAMI : PENGEMBANGAN AIR INFLATED STRUCTURE SEBAGAI FASILITAS TANGGAP BENCANA
Notes from reviewer
I choose to review an article from Indonesia and written by Indonesians to show international readers the diversity of science, language, local context as the background of the paper, and the level of science that plays as the basis of the papers. Here I also point out that reviewers should not be influenced by common perspective on the level of science in SE Asia (especially Indonesia) and then use that measurement to assess the paper, rather, the reviewers should understand the benefits of the paper for local problems. Not all papers were written to solve the world's largest problem.
I will be writing the overview of the comment in English and Indonesian language and write more specific comments in various locations only in Indonesian language.
This paper is very important to the current situation in Indonesia, which suffering from many and continuous geohazards, hence this paper should be properly exposed in Indonesian media, concerning current tsunami situations.
More testing in various local environments should be conducted to improve the tent's design and how to set it up under eg: soft ground after tsunami.
** the author should include the material selection process in the method, because this is the most important bit in this paper. The fact that this was a multi years project should be pointed out in form of citation to the previous documents.
**this article should be developed further by including the variability of local condition to the material selection process.
** the authors should also test the material and design with the existing standards for shelters, eg: from UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), IFRC (International Federation of Red Cross).
** to give more information, I suggest the authors to upload the previous documents/reports and all suplementary materials to the OSF (since the OSF allows them to upload multiple files in various formats).
By publishing this research in Indonesian language, the authors have made their main point to directly contribute to the society instead of only chasing their fame by publishing it in international journal.
- Jun 2018
Citation performance of Indonesian scholarly journals indexed in Scopus from Scopus and Google Scholar
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- Apr 2018
- Mar 2018
Food is one of the most popular topics of interest across social media. The YouTube industry is no such exception as food is often discussed by YouTubers on the platform. Interesting content ranging from tips, recommendations, to a challenge often fill their YouTube channels. So wondering who are the popular YouTube food vloggers of Indonesia? We have you covered. Here are the top 5 food vloggers from Indonesia with content that is guaranteed to make you drool. Ria SW Ria SW is one of the top food YouTube vloggers from Indonesia who is very fond of eating and not at all afraid of getting fat in the process. She is never satisfied with food and can go on eating forever. The content on her channel revolves around food recommendations, trials and challenges featuring various cuisines from Korean to Indonesian. Tanboy Kun Tanboy Kun is yet another famous food YouTube vlogger from Indonesia. He has the dream body type that is athletic and yet not afraid to stuff himself with food. On his channel, he is often seen consuming very spicy food and that’s how he entertains his audience. To keep his channel content fresh and interesting, he always picks unusual and peculiar food items to review for his audience. His channel slogan is – “I eat anything you dare!” and you won’t be disappointed when you have a look at his channel. Ken & Grat Ken & Grat are an Indonesian couple who love to explore various kinds of food. How exciting it is for a couple to have a common hobby of eating. They can eat and eat until satisfied and are always up for trying a lot of food. Some of their top content on the channel includes trying out peculiar food items and reviewing them as well. With such content, they are definitely defining some major #CoupleGoals. Gerry Girianza Gerry Girianza is an Indonesian YouTube food vlogger who doesn’t only love to eat food but apparently is also a chef. He is popular, handsome and can cook superbly. Isn’t that the dream? In order to maintain interest in his YouTube content, he is willing to do a lot of travel to find all sorts of food to review and recommend to his audience. JWestBros The JWestBros YouTube channel is yet another hit in the Indonesian market. These are YouTube food vlogger who can not only eat in large quantities but also cook and travel to various places in search of great content for their audience. They are known for focussing more on the quality of the content they put up as their tagline rightly says, “An Elegant and Cinematic way to Review-ing Food.”
Top 5 Food YouTube Vloggers From Indonesia