BANDUNG, IK.UNIKOM.AC.ID (11/04/2023) – The Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP), Universitas Komputer Indonesia (UNIKOM), in collaboration with Indonesian Politics Research Consulting (IPRC), has held a Book Review Activity, “25 Years of Indonesian Democracy”. Politics and Change: Political Reform in Indonesia and New Politics in Malaysia, held at the Auditorium Lt.4 Miracle Building on Monday (10/04). All students and lecturers attended this activity, FISIP UNIKOM.
This book review activity was also attended by Lecturers of the Communication Science Study Program as well as the Chairperson of the Regional Indonesian Broadcasting Commission (KPID) of West Java Province, namely Dr. Adiyana Slamet., S.IP., M.Si. with Speakers from IPRC in Book Review namely Leo Agistino, Ph.D. and Jonah Silas.
The moderator in this book review is a lecturer from the International Relations Study Program of FISIP UNIKOM, Sylvia Octa Putri, S.IP., M.I.Pol. Apart from that, the Dean of FISIP UNIKOM, Assoc, also directly attended this activity. Prof. Dr. Lilis Puspitawati, S.E., M.Si., Ak., CA.
The realization that has been carried out by FISIP UNIKOM with IPRC in the form of cooperation in the book review activity “25 Years of Indonesian Democracy”. According to Assoc, today’s activities relate to the Indonesian Political System course. Prof. Dr. Lilis Puspitawati, S.E., M.Si., Ak., CA. as the Dean of FISIP UNIKOM.
Of course, this is a golden opportunity for FISIP UNIKOM students, especially students who get the Indonesian Political System course. Where with this Book Review activity, students will get a lot of new insights and knowledge from this activity.
“Hopefully, this activity can enlighten, provide more insight and knowledge for all of us,” said Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lilis Puspitawati, S.E., M.Si., Ak., CA., as the Dean of FISIP UNIKOM in his speech.
Quoting from what was presented by Leo Agistino, Ph.D. as the speaker, he discussed “Reformation 25 Years Later”. The presentation explained that the Three Major Changes in Reform included the Electoral System, Regional Autonomy, and Changes in Structure, not Culture.
Then the next speaker, Jonah Silas, explained “Quarter-Life Crisis: Freedom Expression in Digital Sphere” and “3 Stages of Digital Activism”. Both presentations were based on the source of the related book “25 Years of Indonesian Democracy”.