Dear participants,

I would like to send my gratitude for attending the 3rd ICoCSPA 2017. It is my honor to welcome you all here in Surabaya as a researcher, academician, and student that will have a very good discussion and debate about the current theme of the conference. This year the theme is about Development and Security in Risk Society. The scientific committee members decided the theme by considering our current issue globally. As all the scholars, particularly in the social and political science field, all countries rapidly undertake development as the method or program to achieve an economic and social welfare. However, most of the countries also deal with the ‘unintended consequences’ of development to the society and inter state society such as social gap, social conflict, political violence, and environmental devastation. At the same time, all the consequences create the problem of insecurity. There are a specific study on security, namely security studies, which concern on the issue of intra-state and inter-state conflict, political violence, and defense issue. Hence in this regard, development and security is obviously related to each other.

The ICoCSPA 2017 is an effort to search the relation of development and security issues and its implication to the global society. I really hope the conference will contribute both academically and practically to the world society. Once again, thank you for your participation. Please enjoy the conference in the environment of ‘Sparkling Surabaya’.

Surabaya, September 7, 2017


The Dean of Faculty and Social Political Science, Universitas Airlangga

Dr. Falih Suaedi, MSi.

Dear ICoCSPA 2017 Fellows,
As the General Chair of ICoCSPA 2017, this is my honor to welcome you all. This is the 3rd international conference conducted by the Faculty of Social and Political Science in which many scholars from around the world will present different research topics, ideas, and visions under the main issue of Development and Security in Risk Society. The committee, both scientific committee, and the organizing committee are trying to create a best preparation and implementation of the conference.
The committee received 120 Extended Abstract submissions from many universities and research institutes in Indonesia and overseas under seven sub-topics namely; human security and political violence; border management and governance; food security and decentralization; sustainable development; policy and civic engagement, globalization, conflict, and local preservation and; digital society, cyber crime, national security. The scientific committee decided to accept 72 (seventy-two) Extended Abstracts to be presented.
On the behalf of the committee, I congratulate on the accepted extended abstracts. I believe all the accepted papers will contribute to the world society’s dream in reaching a better condition of the current and future generation.
Last but not least, through this welcoming remarks, I do hope all the participants will get a good academic experience through the discussion, debate or sharing about the conference topic. Moreover, we can make a new network of scholars in social and political science realm. Please enjoy the conference and Sparkling Surabaya.
Surabaya, September 7, 2017
The General Chair of ICoCSPA 2017
(Novri Susan, Ph.D.)




Development produces two main outcomes to the society, namely a secure or insecure world. A secure world suggests that society has achieved a prosperous, just, peaceful, and sustainable environment. Alternatively, an insecure world represents injustice, violence, poverty, environmental degradation, and other forms of insecurity. The relationship between development and security, as a concept and political project, is typically dialectic. However, it can be tracked down from the history of the term “development”. The idea of “development”, as both a theoretical thought and political project since the emergence of modern state in 20th century, has been accepted in the framework of state’s policy, particularly by Western countries. After the establishment of new modern states in the Asia Pacific, development was considered as a global project which was driven by developed states in the West. The notion of development as a political project, known scholarly as ‘developmentalism’, has been adopted since 1960s to 1990s in Latin America and Asia Pacific.

The consequences of developmentalism have been criticized by social and political scholars such as Jürgen Habermas (critical studies), Anthony Giddens (third way), Serge Latouche (postdevelopment), and others scholars. Development since 20st centuries got its theoretical foundation from the philosophy of modernism. Modernism put the society as an object of changing formulation which is known as the grand narrative of development. The society should adapt and leave their previous social system and start using the formula of modernism. Furthermore, the state’s function is to control and dominate the grand narrative by utilizing its laws and apparatuses. Such the case of Indonesia during New Order era, when the bureaucracies, military forces, and the dominant political party (namely Golkar), were used to control the implementation of the Western notion of development. The actual political participation and critical feedback from the society were absent. In turn, the developmentalist model of the New Order has generated environmental problems, corruption, criminality, poverty, political violence, and social violent conflicts nationwide. This historical condition conveys the need for a critical reflection about the potential problematic relationship between the idea and model of developmentalist approach and the security/insecurity issues.

During the Cold War (1950-1980s), the binary opposition between the United States and the Soviet Union has generated a narrow focus in the study of International Relations. In this era, the study on security emanated from a more traditional and strategic perspective which concerned on issues such as nuclear deterrence and arms race. However, when the Cold War ended, the sudden conclusion of a strategic grand narrative of great power rivalry has created the need to look at other, previously-neglected security issues. At the same time, the practice of developmentalism has created a form of global catastrophe, which was being neglected by previous security studies’ scholars, due to the presence of the Cold War grand strategic narrative. A widening and deepening process of discursive ideas then constructed more diverse approaches regarding the issue of security. The idea of development and security came together to introduced a new perspective of security studies. From the narrow-focus on great power confrontation and military aspect, the new security approach discusses the problems of intrastate and interstate political violence, poverty, human rights, cyber-crimes, terrorism, and environmental degradation. Those problems suggested a probable causal relationship with the project of development in world society.

Therefore, development and security issues need a special attention from both theoretical and field studies in order to comprehend the world society direction. It becomes the main topic of the 3rdInternational Conference on Contemporary Social and Political Affairs (ICoCSPA) 2017 that will be hosted by the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences UniversitasAirlangga. It is in this regard that we would like to invite you for the research paper submission.

Aim and Scope


  1. Establish an arena for exchange of ideas, knowledge, and research among social and political science scholars;
  2. Establish networks among academics and professionals in the field of Social and Political Sciences;
  3. Enrich academic skills and exposure of the teaching staffs, graduate, and post-graduate students through presentation and publication;
  4. Increase the dissemination of scientific work and research



Social and political sciences in the field of security, development, and governance. Sub-topics of ICoCSPA are listed below:

  1. Human Security and Political Violence

    The idea of how development has produced an increasing number of political violence throughout the world, and how development might have caused human (in)security.

  1. Border Management and Governance

How people (states and societies) manage their borderlands when globalization have increased people’s mobility while at the same time deal with the economic disparity in the border regions.

  1. Food Security and Decentralization

How the local government (due to the process of decentralization) deals with food scarcity, distribution, and the general provision of food security.

  1. Sustainable Development, Policy and Civic Engagement

How civic engagement could improve the proposed policies on dealing with the environmental impact of development, and creating a more sustainable development.

  1. Globalization, Conflict and Local Preservation

How the process of globalization could threaten the local and indigenous culture, while at the same time might have created an opportunity for a global recognition of the local culture.

  1. Digital Society, Cyber Crime and National Security

How the information technology has created a new, prosperous and democratic digital society, while at the same time produces a threat to national security through crime and terrorism.



Keynote Speakers


Baiq Wardhani, Ph.D. (Universitas Airlangga)

Bambang Brodjonegoro (Minister of National Development Planning of Republic of Indonesia)

Prof. Hisae Nakanishi (Dosisha University)

Prof. Peter Grabosky (Australia National University)

General Tito Karnavian, Ph.D. (Chief of Indonesian National Police)

Dr. Robbie Peters (University of Sydney)


Abstract and Paper Submission

Author Guidelines

  • Send your Extended Abstract and CV.
  • Extended abstract must be written in English, submitted in electronic form as MS WORD for window (2007 or 2010), typed single spacing, font in 12 point of Times New Roman, use 1-inch margin on the left and right sides, justified at the left margin, do not indent and do not leave blank lines between paragraphs.
  • The extended abstract text should include introduction and/or objective, study design, material and methods, results, discussion, and conclusion. Please keep the extended to the limit of 1300-1500 words.
  • All paper must use the template or it will not be processed.
  • The scientific committee will review the extended abstracts and confirm if your abstract is accepted. The organizing committee will send its confirmation letter for each of extended abstract accepted by August 23, 2017. The output of all accepted extended abstract will be Extended Abstract Proceeding (ISBN).
  • Author must be registered as participant on the conference; co-author(s) are encouraged to do so.
  • Pay the conference registration before August 30, 2017.
  • Accepted extended abstract will be reviewed by our international reviewers to be considered for further indexing to SCOPUS.
  • Selected extended abstracts for further indexing SCOPUS will be announced by the organizing committee by September 12, 2017 and the author(s) who wish the paper to be published are required to submit the full paper in a month after the announcement.
  • All the selected papers for SCOPUS indexed will pay USD 250
  • For the extended abstract template please download it here
  • For the PPT template presentation please download it here.


Submission Requirements

  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another conference for consideration.
  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word document file format.
  • All URL addresses in the text are activated and ready to click.


Copyright Notice

Authors who submit to this conference agree to the following terms:
a) Authors retain copyright over their work, while allowing the conference to place this unpublished work under a Creative Commons Attribution License, which allows others to freely access, use, and share the work, with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and its initial presentation at this conference.
b) Authors are able to waive the terms of the CC license and enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution and subsequent publication of this work (e.g., publish a revised version in a journal, post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial presentation at this conference.
c) In addition, authors are encouraged to post and share their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) at any point before and after the conference.


Privacy Statement

The names and email addresses entered in this conference site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this conference and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.

Submission System

  1. Download the Extended Abstract (EA) template from fisip.conference.unair.ac.id (link provided on the 'Abstract and Paper Submission' section).
  2. Send your EA by email to icocspa@fisip.unair.ac.id with the subject: EP17-First Author Name-(sub topic). 
    Example: EP17-Sri Harini Wijayanti-Human Security and Political Violence (list of the sub-topics provided on the 'Aim and Scope' section).
    Please do mention your name, institution, and the type of payment (e.g. Student-First Author Presenter) in the body message of your email.
  3. Pay the conference registration after the accepted EA announcement. Send the receipt to our email with the subject: TR17_NAME
  4. Download the PPT template here.
  5. Send you PPT before September 1, 2017 with the email subject: PPT-(sub-topic).
  6. You will receive the program book. If all the participant's EA are ready one week before the conference, it will be published to the ISBN directly.
  7. Please see more detail information in this page.

Conference Paper Publication

Accepted papers will be Extended Abstract Proceeding (ISBN). Selected papers by the judges will be proposed to be published in CRC and will be submitted for further indexing to SCOPUS. We encourage all participants whose papers selected to be publish to prepare the full-paper manuscript in certain level of quality on paper submission.
Click this link to access ICoCSPA 2017 Proceeding published by Atlantis Press

Conference Fee and Payment

First Author Presenter

  • Indonesian : Rp. 1.600.000,00
  • Student (IDN) : Rp. 500.000,00
  • International : USD 200

Participant non-presenter

  • Indonesian : Rp. 650.000,00
  • International : USD 75


Wire Transfer

Bank Mandiri 142-001-5738-239

(Ms. Marhaeni Mega Wijayanti)




Note. please send the transfer receipt to icocspa@fisip.unair.ac.id with subject: TR17_NAME.

The payment is non-refundable for any reasons.

Conference Committee

Reviewers & Editors

  1. Falih Suaedi (Universitas Airlangga)
  2. Myrtati Dyah Artaria, Ph.D. (Universitas Airlangga)
  3. Sulikah Asmorowati, Ph.D. (Universitas Airlangga)
  4. Hisae Nakanishi (Dosisha University)
  5. Ucu Martanto, MA. (Universitas Airlangga)
  6. Baiq Wardhani, Ph.D. (Universitas Airlangga)
  7. Hari Fitrianto, S.IP. M.IP. (Universitas Airlangga)
  8. Peter Grabosky (Australia National University)
  9. Philipus Keban, S.IP., MSi. (Universitas Airlangga)
  10. Fahrul Muzzaqi, S.IP., M.IP. (Universitas Airlangga)
  11. Dr. Robbie Peters (University of Sydney)

Past events

Further information regarding our past conference


Conference Venue :

Regency Ballroom

Garden Palace Hotel

Jalan Yo sSudarso No. 11

Surabaya, JawaTimur

Ph. +62 31 5321001


The most convenience transportation from Juanda International Airport to the Conference Venue is by taxi and it takes around 25 km from the airport to the destination.






Faculty of Social and Political Sciences

Universitas Airlangga

Jl. Dharmawangsa Dalam Surabaya, Jawa Timur, Indonesia 60286

Phone. +62 31 5034015

Fax. +62 31 501442

Email. icocspa@fisip.unair.ac.id

Website. fisip.conference.unair.ac.id 


Registration :

Sri HariniWijayanti (Ms.)

Email. icocspa@fisip.unair.ac.id


Payment :

Marhaeni Mega Wijayanti (Ms.)

Email. icocspa@fisip.unair.ac.id