Riset & Jurnal

Division for Applied Social Psychology Research.

Currently, DASPR are focused on several research:
  • Becoming a center for research activities that are serious in trying to understand social issues.
  • Becoming a center for research that tries to solve social issues and form a peaceful social environment.
  • Becoming a center of activities that are actively involved in solving violence and conflicts in Indonesia, and its surrounding.
  • Becoming a place for students who want to get involved directly in research related to violence, reconciliation, and conflict resolution.
  • Facilitating workspace for visiting fellows (student, researcher, post-docs) and guest lecturers who want to be involved in research related to social and public issues.


Coping with Stigma and Social Exclusion of Terror-Convicts’ Wives in Indonesia: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.

2018

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  • Category
  • Publisher
  • Source
  • : Any Rufaedah, Idhamsyah Eka Putera
  • : Journal Article
  • : The Qualitative Report
  • : Link

Who is to blame, the victims or the perpetrators? A study to understand a series of violence targeting the accused heretic group Ahmadiyya

2018

  • Author
  • Category
  • Publisher
  • Source
  • : Any Rufaedah, Idhamsyah Eka Putra, Peter Holtz
  • : Journal Article
  • : Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
  • : Link

Increasing integrative complexity on convicted terrorists in Indonesia

2018

  • Author
  • Category
  • Publisher
  • Source
  • : Idhamsyah Eka Putera, Fajar Erikha, Any Rufaedah, Reisa Suci Arimbi
  • : Journal Article
  • : Social Psychology and Society
  • : Link

Is there peace within Islamic fundamentalists? When Islamic fundamentalism moderates the effect of meta-belief of friendship on positive perception and trust toward outgroup.

2018

  • Author
  • Category
  • Publisher
  • Source
  • : Idhamsyah Eka Putra, Zora A. Sukabdi
  • : Journal Article
  • : Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences
  • : Link

Positive Essentialization Reduces Prejudice: Reminding Participants of a Positive Human Nature Alleviates the Stigma of Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) Descent

2018

  • Author
  • Category
  • Publisher
  • Source
  • : Idhamsyah Eka Putra, Peter Holtz, Ardiningtiyas Pitaloka, Nicole Kronberger, Nurul Arbiyah
  • : Journal Article
  • : Journal of Social and Political Psychology
  • : Link

Traditional Leaders in the Reconciliation of Muslim-Christian Conflicts in Moluccas; Book Tittle ‘Global Leadership Initiatives for Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding’ 2018

2018

  • Author
  • Category
  • Country
  • Publisher
  • Source
  • : Idhamsyah Eka Putra,Ichsan Malik & Vici Sofiana Putra
  • : Book Chapter
  • : Hershey, US
  • : IGI Global
  • : Link

Empowerment program for spouses of convicted terrorists in Indonesia

2018, Forthcoming.

  • Author
  • Category
  • Publisher
  • : M. Faisal Magrie, Idhamsyah Eka Putra, Any Rufaedah
  • : Journal Article
  • : Journal for Deradicalization

Coping with stigma and social exclusion of Indonesian terror-convicts’ wives

2018, Forthcoming.

  • Author
  • Category
  • Publisher
  • : Any Rufaedah, Idhamsyah Eka Putra, Reisa Arimbi
  • : Journal Article
  • : The Qualitative Reports

A Social Psychological Perspective on Terrorism and Prejudice: The Case in Indonesia

2017

  • Author
  • Category
  • Publisher
  • Country
  • Source
  • : Idhamsyah Eka Putra
  • : Book
  • : SVH
  • : Netherland
  • : Link

Tackling Islamic terrorism and radicalism in Indonesia by increasing the sense of humanity and friendship; book tittle 'Examining global peacemaking in the digital age'

2017

  • Author
  • Category
  • Publisher
  • Country
  • Source
  • : Idhamsyah Eka Putra, Dimas O. Danamasi, Any Rufaedah, Reisa Suci Arimbi, Saptp Priyanto
  • : book Chapter
  • : IGI Global
  • : Hershey, US
  • : Link