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Book Chapter : Navigating Global Society in the Disruptive Era

ROSYADI, Slamet and HUSSIN, Rosazman and PIMOLJINDA, Thanawat (2020) Book Chapter : Navigating Global Society in the Disruptive Era. UNSOED Press, Indonesia. ISBN 9786236783375

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Navigating Global Society in the Disruptive Era is the main theme of the first International Conference on Political, Social and Humanities Sciences (ICPSH). This theme is adopted since we live in an age of transformation in which strong global forces change the way we live and function. The rise of new emerging economies such as China, India, and other countries in the global south; the rapid proliferation of digital technologies; the rising challenges of globalization; and the global pandemic; all that issues above have impacted global society. Simultaneously, the resurfacing of old international rivalries, the breaking of conventional alignments, and the emergence of new powers are changing the international structure of the 21st century, if not the methodology and analytical methods used by scholars to understand it. Although power politics is shifting, non-traditional challenges are also on the rise: seemingly never-ending wars in Africa and the Middle East, global migration, environmental problems, and the possibility of transnational terrorism are unavoidable factors that must be taken into account in any possible future scenario. Industrial Revolution 4.0 has had transformative impacts on all lines of society, and the global society must be prepared to face up to new developments that are evolving to the core. Such and other global developments bring substantial new opportunities to global society, nations, industries, businesses, and individuals that have successfully adopted them— but the risk for those who can not keep up has also risen dramatically. In responding strategic issues relevant to the main theme, the conference has three main topics to be discussed: First, the conference discusses the challenge of current global transformations towards global society, states, market, international engagement, and foreign relations. With the advent of a disruptive era, there is a change in the system of interaction between state actors and non-state actors in the global stage. Second, it discusses the impacts and effects of the disruptive era on international relations and diplomacy at large. Third, it discusses the response of local society, local government, and public administration to the challenge and opportunities bought by the new transformation. This proceedings explores and develops the central theme from a range of perspectives and backgrounds, school of thought, and interdisciplinary fields of intellectual discourses. Papers in this proceeding are based on theoretical or observational case studies from any country and area of the world. Some of the problems addressed include the following subtopics: Global Society and emerging technologies, International Relations & Foreign Policy in the Disruptive Era,Peace, human right and security in the era of digital technology, Global health, environmental issues, and global disaster management, Politics, governance,and democracy in the disruptive era, New challenge and opportunity for social movement and global justice, People mobility and international migration, Political communication and new media in the era of Industry 4.0, Challenge to public administration in the disruptive era, Building a resilient society in the disruptive era, New transformation in the global economy, A challenge to the sustainable development goals in the disruptive era, and A challenge and opportunities for education and culture in the era of Industry 4.0. The first ICPSH was trully international perspective and thought.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: P > P399 Political science
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik > S1 Ilmu Administrasi Negara
Depositing User: Mr Slamet Rosyadi
Date Deposited: 10 Jan 2022 01:02
Last Modified: 10 Jan 2022 01:02

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