Covid-19 in Indonesia: threat and fear of family instability

Hasan, Sudirman and Bachri, Syabbul and Ramadhita, Ramadhita and Fakhruddin, Fakhruddin and Zuhriah, Erfaniah (2021) Covid-19 in Indonesia: threat and fear of family instability. Presented at International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Social Science (ICONETOS 2020), 31 Oct 2020, UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang.

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Abstract

The Indonesian people still experience severe concerns about family stability because the COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped yet. The family burden is getting heavier every day. There has not been a comprehensive study of family instability related to COVID-19. The purpose of this study is to complement the shortcomings of previous writings by examining in detail the relationship between COVID-19 and family instability. This study is empirical research of family instability because it collects data from actors who experience family instability. The results of this study indicate that the problems caused by COVID-19 have not only resulted in the decline of the community’s economy but have caused family instability in various ways, including social anxiety, unstable children’s education, and an increase in the divorce rate. As shown in this paper, family instability cannot be resolved only with an approach of government power. However, it must also be overcome by a family counseling approach that touches the root of family problems. This research can be continued with a focus on studying the effects of COVID-19 on individuals using an anthropological approach.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: Covid-19; family; indonesia
Subjects: 18 LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES > 1899 Other Law and Legal Studies
Divisions: Faculty of Sharia and Law > Department al-Ahwal al-Syakhshiyyah
Depositing User: Ramadhita Ramadhita
Date Deposited: 29 Apr 2021 05:37

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