Indonesian Journal of Development Studies

1The Indonesian Journal of Development Studies is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary medium for critical research and reflection on the complex problems of development theory, policy and practice. The IJDS publishes articles and review essays. The Journal aims to keep readers informed with occasional commentaries, practical notes and reviews of recent books and other media on development. The IJDS is global in its outlook and encourages contributions from scholars and practitioners around the world.

The IJDS is edited at Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Indonesia. Editorial administration is housed at Research and Community Service Institute at the same university. The IJDS is published in collaboration with Indonesian Development Studies Consortium with support from its Department of Development studies members in Institut Teknologi Bandung, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana, Universitas Andalas, and Universitas Sumatra Utara.

Submissions are invited in English. We welcome theoretical papers, particularly if they offer thought-provoking interdisciplinary analysis; preference is given, however, to articles based on empirical research, case studies, or fieldwork that has significant implications for development policy and practice.

Editorial Address: Indonesian Journal of Development Studies (IJDS) Gedung S Kampus ITS Keputih Sukolilo Surabaya 60111 Office Phone 62-31-5943686 Mobile +62818371702


Vol 1, No 1 (2020)

Table of Contents

Articles

Teachers’ Attitude towards Online Learning during Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia PDF
Hermanto Hermanto 1-7
The Impact of Economic Variables and Energy Consumption on Deforestation in Indonesia PDF
Kemala Sari Agusti, Widyastuti Nur Al Amin, Diaz Permatasari 8-15
Spatial and Non-Spatial Analysis of Users and Online Transportation Service Providers in the Tembalang Higher Education Area, Semarang City PDF
Okto Risdianto Manullang, Anita Ratnasari, Paldibo Alfriramson Sitorus 16-25
Estimation Gross Enrolment Rate of Higher Education in Bangka Belitung Island using Small Area Estimation PDF
Uswatun Nurul Afifah, Royhan Faradis 26-30
Review: Political Analysis of Public Policy for Sustainable Infrastructure Development PDF
Nora Eka Putri, Helmi Helmi, Melinda Noer, Yossyafra Yossyafra 31-41
Covid-19 in Prisons Flattening the Curve and the Need to Reform the Criminal Justice System During This Pandemic PDF
Sandi Ersya Arrasid 42-56
Peri-urban Transformation in West Bandung Regency A Physical, Social, and Economic Analysis PDF
Jalu Rafli Ismail, Nandi Nandi 57-67
Prototype pre-Class Website Development as an Improvement of Java Language Learning in SMK PDF
Astrid Wangsagirindra Pudjastawa, Varary Mechwafanitiara Cantika 68-79
Collaboration between Inter Stakeholders in Herbal Education Development in Oro-Oro Ombo Village of Batu City PDF
Arfan Fahmi, Windiani Windiani, Muchammad Nurif, Moch Syaifullah, Umi Trisyanti, Arwi Yudhi, Muhammad Yusuf 80-93
Forms of Online Learning Communication during the Covid-19 PDF
Edy Subali, Enie Hendrajati, Ratna Rintaningrum 94-100
Intergenerational Smoking Among Adolescent in Indonesia PDF
Lienggar Rahadiantino, Ariska Nurfajar Rini, Banu Prasetyo 101-108