The Science Openness Movement in Indonesia: An Introduction For Re-Reading Civil Society in Policy Discourse

Journal of Government and Civil Society

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Title The Science Openness Movement in Indonesia: An Introduction For Re-Reading Civil Society in Policy Discourse
The science openness movement in Indonesia: An introduction for re-reading civil society in policy discourse
 
Creator Seftyono, Cahyo
Santoso, Purwo
Darwin, Muhadjir Muhammad
Hadna, Agus Heruanto
 
Subject
New Civil Society; Actor; Non-Institution; Idea.
Political Studies; Public Policy
New Civil Society, Actor, Non-Institution, Idea
 
Description Today, civil society is identical to non-government organization (NGO) or Civil Society Organization. Institutional perspective causes the society to always be seen as an organizational entity: as a complete organization with its structure. Consequently, analysis on society will always be nuanced with relation to other institutions: coordination, subordination, opposition, or being attached to each other. This article proposes a new idea on civil society, which is suspected not always working within the institution framework, but instead with a more basic foundation that is ideational thrust. This situation is traceable through Vosviewer tools with Scopus data and Google Scholar database, by selecting one community as a representation. Activities that civil society does are, substantially, ideational discourse from inter-institution actors. Civil society movement is based on ideas, not on institutional administration coordination. This research analyzes Indonesia Open Science Epistemic Community, a community that actively promotes science openness and publication in fulfilling the academic and policy needs. This community transcends institutional division because it involves governmental actors by focusing on ideas. Therefore, this community’s existence could be the new alternative in reading civil society activity.Saat ini, masyarakat sipil sangat identik dengan Non-Government Organisation (NGO) atau Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat (LSM). Pendekatan institusional menyebabkan masyarakat selalu dilihat secara organisatoris: sebagai sebuah organisasi lengkap dengan struktur. Sehingga amatan atasnya juga diwarnai dengan relasi dengan institusi lainnya: koordinatif, subordinatif, oposan atau juga melekat satu sama lain. Artikel ini hendak mengajukan gagasan baru terkait masyarakat sipil, yang ditengarai tidak melulu bekerja dengan kerangka institusi, melainkan yang lebih mendasar adalah dorongan ide. Hal yang terlacak melalui tools Vosviewer dengan data Scopus dan database Google Scholar, dengan mengambil satu komunitas sebagai representasi. Aktivitas yang dilaksanakan oleh masyarakat sipil sesungguhnya merupakan diskursus ide dari aktor lintas lembaga. Masyarakat sipil yang geraknya berbasis pada ide, bukan pada koordinasi administrasi institusional. Penelitian ini mengambil amatan pada Komunitas Epistemik Sains Terbuka Indonesia, yang aktif mempromosikan keterbukaan sains dan publikasi dalam kebutuhan akademik dan juga kebijakan. Komunitas ini melampaui sekat kelembagaan karena juga melibatkan aktor dari pemerintahan dengan fokus pada gagasan. Oleh karenanya, keberadaan komunitas ini bisa menjadi alternatif baru dalam membaca aktivitas masyarakat sipil.
Today, civil society is identical to non-government organization (NGO) or Civil Society Organization. Institutional perspective causes the society to always be seen as an organizational entity: as a complete organization with its structure. Consequently, analysis on society will always be nuanced with relation to other institutions: coordination, subordination, opposition, or being attached to each other. This article proposes a new idea on civil society, which is suspected not always working within the institution framework, but instead with a more basic foundation that is ideational thrust. This situation is traceable through Vosviewer tools with Scopus data and Google Scholar database, by selecting one community as a representation. Activities that civil society does are, substantially, ideational discourse from inter-institution actors. Civil society movement is based on ideas, not on institutional administration coordination. This research analyzes Indonesia Open Science Epistemic Community, a community that actively promotes science openness and publication in fulfilling the academic and policy needs. This community transcends institutional division because it involves governmental actors by focusing on ideas. Therefore, this community’s existence could be the new alternative in reading civil society activity.
 
Publisher Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang
 
Contributor The authors would like to thank to IMPACT Scholarship for this research at Leadership and Policy Innovations-Universitas Gadjah Mada. I also thanks to Dewi Sekar Kencono and Surya Adiputra for their insightful comments.
The authors would like to thank to IMPACT Scholarship for this research at Leadership and Policy Innovations-Universitas Gadjah Mada. I also thanks to Dewi Sekar Kencono and Surya Adiputra for their insightful comments.
 
Date 2020-04-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://jurnal.umt.ac.id/index.php/jgs/article/view/2325
10.31000/jgcs.v4i1.2325
 
Source Journal of Government and Civil Society; Vol 4, No 1 (2020): Journal of Government and Civil Society (April); 1-18
Journal of Government and Civil Society; Vol 4, No 1 (2020): Journal of Government and Civil Society (April); 1-18
2579-440X
2579-4396
10.31000/jgcs.v4i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://jurnal.umt.ac.id/index.php/jgs/article/view/2325/1583
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Journal of Government and Civil Society
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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