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Strengthening Risk Reduction of Natural Hazard Consequences in the Australian and Indonesian Agricultural Sectors with Community-Led Experimental Learning
Strengthening Risk Reduction of Natural Hazard Consequences in the Australian and Indonesian Agricultural Sectors with Community-Led Experimental Learning
admin | WWM | Feb 24, 2019 | Comments

On 25 February 2019, RDI held a guest lecture with David Mckenzie from Charles Darwin University, Australia, as its speaker. David's lecture was titled: "Strengthening Risk Reduction of Natural Hazard Consequences in the Australian and Indonesian Agricultural Sectors with Community-Led Experimental Learning". The topic of this lecture was based on David's current research idea, where he aims to ad...

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Unleashing Indonesia's Creative Economy for 5.0 Society
Unleashing Indonesia's Creative Economy for 5.0 Society
admin | FBM | Feb 23, 2019 | Comments

As staff and interns of RDI, we regularly have the pleasure of receiving exclusive guest lectures in the RDI facility. On the 15th of March, Dr Ayu Krishna Yuliawati, a research fellow of RDI and an associateprofessor at Management Program Faculty of Economics Education and Business, Indonesia University of Education, delivered an interesting presentation on the concept of society 5.0. This relati...

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INDIeKNOW DR - Exploring intersections of Indigenous or Traditional Knowledge and Disaster and Risk Management-
INDIeKNOW DR - Exploring intersections of Indigenous or Traditional Knowledge and Disaster and Risk Management-
admin | DCR | Feb 23, 2019 | Comments

On Wednesday, 6th January 2019, RDI in collaboration with Lancaster University and University of Padjadjaran (UNPAD) conducted a guest lecture and workshop titled "SEADCORE: Disaster Resilience and the Value of Local Tradition" at the Postgraduate Building in UNPAD. There were 3 speakers in total: Dr. Male Lujan Escalante and Dr. Christine Mortimer from Lancaster University, and Dr. Dicky Muslim f...

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Transport Science in Wider Perspetive
Transport Science in Wider Perspetive
admin | RUP | Feb 24, 2018 | Comments

Nowadays issues in transportartion :1. CongestionPeople tend to have freedom in mobility depand on public transport2. Climate changeTransportation contribute the CO2 and tend to be inclined. In temrs in CO 2 production produced the highest between 2005-20123. Road AccidentApproximately 1,24 million people die each year as a result of roadaccidents, according to the WHO.4. Increasing trips travel t...

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Other-Focused Leaders, Self-Focused Followers and Citizenship Behavior
Other-Focused Leaders, Self-Focused Followers and Citizenship Behavior
admin | TCH | Feb 24, 2018 | Comments

Objective :To examine the mediating role of perceived unit sacrifice the servant leadership and citizenship behavior relationship.To examine the moderating role of individual personality characteristics (i.e., narcissism and independence) in the servant leadership and citizenship behavior relationship.Research model :Servent leadership will influence the perceived unit sacrifice and...

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The Notion of Family-Friendly City
The Notion of Family-Friendly City
admin | CSWH | Feb 24, 2018 | Comments

One of our senior fellow researcher, Dr Riela Provi Drianda, gave a lecture about The Notion of Family-Friendly city: finding the best place to raise a family. This presentation discussed about the new approach for city development that not only focusing on children but a family as a whole. This study was in initial phase and will be conducted in Japan where Dr Riela live. This approach will consi...

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