Welcome to Jangkang Research Institute
Jangkang Foundation was born from a collective inspiration of its founders, to support Indonesia's development program, particularly Bali, in endeavoring a mature and eminent civil society. The word "jangkang" is adopted from the name of one Balinese holy dance that belongs to a remote banjar called Pelilit, which is situated in the Nusa Penida Island of Klungkung Regency. Jangkang itself is a masterpiece artwork, embodying an epic resemblance of a religious patriotic spirit in escorting the advent of Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa to guide every ceremony. Hence, by contemplating on those philosophical substances whilst making an effort to be an [......]
Jangkang Research Institute provides comprehensive and integrated solutions concerning the development challenges in Indonesia, particularly Bali, by means of its competency, capacity and technology to provide full cycles of research, application, monitoring and evaluation. The institute ensures collaboration between mono-disciplinary research and a number of multidisciplinary research units under its body. Community Research Bali is abundant with local wisdoms, from its Subak system, the relation concept of Tri Hita Karana, until the Upakara, which is uniquely manifested in the everyday life of its society. Through the community research division, Jangkang Research Institute intends to identify the uniqueness and ensures the perpetuity of [......]
The Bulletin Board
Publikasi JRI di Tahun 2010
Di bawah ini beberapa judul artikel Jangkang Research Institute yang berhasil lolos pada konferensi yang diadakan di Indonesia: Winarto, 2010, Pemanfaatan Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi dalam Pembelajaran Bahasa, diterima pada National Conference on Literature and Language Training (NACOLIT), akan diselenggarakan [......]
Nusa Tenggara Timur Dalam Angka Tahu ...
Local Food Ecoliteracy: A Strategy f ...
Paper presented at the International Symposium on Small Islands and Coral Reefs Management (ISSIC) 4-5th of August 2010 Ambon, Indonesia. Sang Putu Kaler Surata1,3, I Putu Tirta Agung Setiawan2,3 1) Universitas Mahasaraswati, Denpasar, Indonesia 2) Jangkang Research Institute, Denpasar, Indonesia 3) Australian-Indonesian Biosecurity Management [......]