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The Australian National University

Muhammad Ulil Absor

Position: PhD Candidate

Email: muhammad.absor@anu.edu.au

Phone: +61 2 6125 9163

Location: Room 2027, Coombs Building #9

Profile

PhD title

Ageing in rural Indonesia: Filling the gap to meet the needs of elder persons

The research aims to examine the nature of ageing in rural Indonesia with the  primary focus on biopsychosocial-spiritual needs; the influence of culture and ethnicity on elderly caring model; and family and community resilience. The study also will analyse the influence of welfare reform on the model of social welfare policy for elderly people and how the policy influences the wellbeing of elderly people. 

Supervisors

Dr Iwu Dwisetyani Utomo (Chair of panel)
Professor Peter Mcdonald

Research Interests

  • Ageing population
  • Youth employment
  • Child protection
  • Social protection

Publications

Absor, Muhammad and Fina Itriyati. (2013). The implementation of Social Protection policy in Indonesia: welfare state perspective. Journal Of Public Policy Dialogue (Jurnal Dialog Kebijakan Publik)

Absor, Muhammad (2013). Combating trafficking in women and children: good practices of advocacy program in Banyuwangi District. Welfare Journal (Jurnal Welfare)

Kamila and Muhammad Absor (2013). Policy analysis on the implementation of human trafficking regulation in Yogyakarta Province: a case study on rehabilitation and reintegration task force. Welfare Journal (Jurnal Welfare)

Absor, Muhammad (2012). Child labour and Islamic boarding school in Indonesia. Book Chapter in Interkoneksi Islam dan Kesejahteraan Sosial; Teori, Pendekatan dan Studi Kasus (Interconnection between islam and social welfare: theory, approach and case studies). Samudra Biru

Absor, Muhammad (2011). Child protection in early emergency response: Child Rights Convention and Child protection law perspectives. Journal of Missionary (Jurnal Dakwah)

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