19 October 2016

 07.30– 08.30 Registration & Welcoming Drink  












Auditorium Binus Anggrek Campus, 4th floor











08.30–09.00 Opening Ceremony :

  1. Prof. Ir. Bahtiar Saleh Abbas, M.Sc., Ph.D., Vice Rector RTTO
  2. Director of Learning, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education, Republic of Indonesia, Dr. Paristiyanti Nurwardani
09.00 – 11.20 Plenary 1:

Empowering diversity to strengthen the implementation and revitalization of the global partnership for sustainable development.



  • Stephen Benton (Westminster University): Addressing issues on how psychological tools can embrace diversity to reach global partnership (capacity building);
  • Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli:The Natuna Islands: ‘Malaysian in  Geography’, Indonesian in  Sovereignty
  • Donatus K. Marut: The Global Partnership Revitalization for sustainable development
  • Prof. Dr. Hj. T. Fatimah Djajasudarma, M.A.: Language Competence and Nation’s Welfare Barrier
11.30 – 12.45 Corridor  4th Floor
13.00 – 15.00 Panel 1 : Law


Chair: Bambang Pratama


Abdul Rasyid :   Legal Aspects of Islamic Banking: Indonesian Experience


Erna Ratnaningsih:  Legal Protection of People with Disabilities under Law Number 8 Year 2016 Regarding People with Disabilities


Bambang Pratama:  Cyber-Defamation in Indonesia


Fritz Fios:  Ethics Position towards the Exploitation of Manganese in Oenbit Village, East Nusa Tenggara Province








Panel 2 : Psychology


Chair 1: Yosef Dedy Pradipto


Yosef  Dedy Pradipto, Lisna Octavianti, Gergely Dányi:  Are Indonesian People Really Happy or Merely in a Situational Contentment?


Nurfadhilah, Widyastuti, Ahmad Ridfah: Effectiveness of a Brief Mindfulness Based Intervention to Promote Post-traumatic Growth in Cancer Patients


Nanda Agastya Wardana, Pingkan Cynthia Belinda: The Relationship between Marriage Readiness and Emotional Regulation in Chinese Emerging Adults


Anggita Dian Cahyani, Johannes A.A. Rumeser:  Intuitive Eating Training for Employee: A recommendation from writer’s perspective


Chair 2: Murty M.Pane


Evi Afifah Hurriyati, Antonina Pantja Juni Wulandari. Angela Dyah Ari Pramastyaningtyas:  Overview of Reading Motivation and Read the Comprehension of Grade 5 SD-1 (Potential Category), SD-2 (National Standard) and SD-3 (An International Standard)


Murty M. Pane:

Change Management Practice towards the Green Business – A Business Psychology Approach


Dian Anggraini Kusumajati, Yustinus Suhardi Ruman, Antonius Atosoki Gea:  Effect of Emotional Intelligence against Lecturer Competency at Bina Nusantara University Jakarta


Wahyu  Jati  Anggoro:  The Construction of Instrument to Measure Leadership Traits Based on AstaBrata Leadership Concept






Chair 1:

503 (speaker 1-4)
















Chair 2:

505 (speaker 5-8)

Panel 3 : Language, Literature, and Arts


Chair 1 : David Bourne


Muhammad Yunus Anis; Arifuddin; Eva Farhah; Abdul Malik:  The Translation of Theme and Rheme Constructions in Arabic Nominal and Verbal Sentences


Rahmi Yulia Ningsih & Kristianus Oktriono:  Nominal Phrase in Indonesian


David Bourne:  Three Steps to Debate: Useful Strategies for Debate Competitions and Constructing Arguments.


Roberto Masami Prabowo:  Consumerism Capitalists Perspective in Animation Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi by Hayao Miyazaki


Chair 2: Ramot Peter


Liem Yi Ying, Fu Ruomei:  The Comparison of Phoneme Chinese and Indonesian and the Difficulties among Indonesian Students


Sri Waljinah:  Humanist Police Interrogation: Critical Hermeneutic Analysis in Symbolic Meaning of Law Language


Ramot Peter, Masda Surti Simatupang,: Verbal Abuse of Public Figures


Indah Wulandari , Alfred Inkiriwang, Riani Inkiriwang, Irid Agoes:  The Influence of 1990’s U.S. Journalism Culture towardRepublika’s Headline on Smog Disaster Issue in September 2015

















Chair 1:

506 (speaker 1-4)


Chair 2:

508 (speaker 5-8)

Panel 4 : Education

Chair:  Meilani Hartono


Jenny Ernawati, Sasmoko, Ferry Doringin:  The Influence of Parenting of the Busy Parents on the Development of the Language, Cognitive and Social Aspects of Children in Early Childhood


Arcadius Benawa, Ramot Peter :  Full Day Schools as the Effective Education System for Character Building (Case Study in Marsudirini Elementary School, Bogor)


Meilani Hartono: Supervision Model Based on Professional Mathematics Teacher’s Competency in Senior High School











ICOBIRD International Seminar

Regional Economic Cooperation in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Path and the Way Forward for the ASEAN Economic Community.


Keynote Speech:

H.E. Jose Antonio Morato Tavares

Director General for ASEAN Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia.



  • Prof. Charnvit Kasetsiri, Thammasat University, Thailand
  • Prof. Tirta N. Mursitama,  BINUS University
  • Moderator: Rangga Aditya

Oak Room

Binus Square

15.00 – 15.15


15.15 – 17.00 Workshop 1. Child Protection

Child Sex Tourism

Andrew Perkins (Australia Federal Police)

Moderator:  ECPAT Indonesia




Workshop 2. Dance for Health

Andrew Greenwood

Workshop 3. Law of The Sea

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Ph.D



Theorizing Regional Economic Cooperation in Southeast Asia


Chair: Paramitaningrum


Tamas Novak – Regional Economic Integration in Southeast Asia: Weakening Boundaries between Western and Non-Western Explanations


Siti Daulah Khoiriati– Theorizing the Formation of ASEAN Economic Community


Sue Thompson – The Western Powers and the Evolution of Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia, 1945-1975: The International Dimension To Regionalism












Regionalism or Globalism? Balancing The Vision of Single Market and Integration to Global Economy


Chair: Dayu Nirma Amurwanti


Azza Bimantara – The Skepticism toward Globalization in Southeast Asia: The Case of ASEAN Economic Community


Nguyen Huong Quynh – The Preparation of ASEAN Countries toward ASEAN Economic Community 2015 In Terms Of “Skilled Labor” for Manufacturing Industry


Dimas Dwi Santoso & Fahmi Tarumanegara –  Community involvement in Southeast Asia in the ASEAN Community Regionalism


Wu Juan – On Strategic Interconnection between Indonesia and China under the Background of the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road


Ady Muzwardi– ASEAN Summit Economic Cooperation: Indonesia-Vietnam Economic Cooperation Case Analysis


Teuku Rezasyah, Neneng Konety, Affabile Rifawan, Wahyu Wardhana – Higher Education integration in ASEAN: ASEAN University Network Case












ICOBIRD Student Panel 506







20 October 2016

 07.30– 08.30 Registration & Welcoming Drink Corridor 4th Floor





09.00 – 12.00



















Panel 1. Law


Chair: Besar


Shidarta: Laws of Language and Legal Language: A Study of Legal Language in Some Indonesian Regulations


Nani Mulyati:  Person, Legal Person and Non-Person in Indonesian Criminal Law Context


Besar : Protection of  Copyright, Brand, Efforts to Maintain National Creative Industry


Nirmala: Transforming Indonesia into A Global Maritime Power









Panel 2. Psychology


Chair 1:  Esther Widhi Andangsari


Esther Widhi Andangsari: Online Duration and Amount of Social Media as Indicators of Problematic Internet Use (PIU)


Farah Dina & Raymond Godwin: Correlation between Motivation and Preferences in Using Social Media


Erni Herawati, Rina Patriana Chairani, Riana Enny Widayanti: The Role of Mass Media to Construct Cosplayer Self-Identity, Social Reality and Hyper Reality


Chair 2 : Nuah Perdamenta Tarigan 


Murty M.Pane, Hari Sriyanto:  The Mapping of BINUSIAN 2020 Cross-Cultural Competencies towards the ASEAN Economic Community Era


Yustinus Suhardi Ruman: Kinship as a Fundamental Relation among Religious Groups: Case Study in West Manggarai, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia


Nuah P. Tarigan: Impact of the Concept of Shared Corporate Values (CSV) Vision and Culture in Bina Nusantara University to Build Character of Citizenship for Any Student


Bambang Leo Handoko: The Impact of Auditor’s Communication and Due Professional Care on Client Responses to Inquiries for Successful Audit Process









Chair 1

503 (speaker 1-4)



Chair 2

505 (speaker 5-8)

Panel 3. Education


Chair: Jimmy Sapoetra


Jimmy Sapoetra:  Listening, Structure, and Reading Comprehension Skills of the Test of English as a Foreign Language: A Correlational Study


Ubaidah : Hypermedia Development as Self-Learning Resources for High School English Debating Training


Ferry Doringin: The Model of Professional Development Program for the Internationalization of Secondary Education (Case Study in SMA Lokon, North Sulawesi)


Adie Erar Yusuf, Yustinus Suhardi Ruman: Evaluation on Character Building – Professional Development in BINUS University.
























Panel 4. Language, Literature, and Arts


Chair 1: Joice Yulinda Luke


Joice Yulinda Luke: The Effect of Compensatory Strategies in English E Oral Production Test: A Case Study of Lab Assistants in English Teaching Purposes (ETP) Program


Djuria Suprato; Ienneke Indra Dewi; Christine Paulina: Analysis of English Syllabus for Accounting Students and The Needs of English in Business World (An analysis of Bina Nusantara Syllabus and Accounting firm HRD requirement)


Alex Jhon:  Alan Wake and the Process of Creative Writing in First Person Narrative


Vera Yulianti: the Differences of Loanwords in Japanese Language and Its Donor Language In Context Of Cross-Cultural Communication


Chair 2 : Lydia Anggreani


Rita Susanti , Timur Sri Astami : The Viewpoint of Discernment and Volition Request Expression in Japanese Language which is spoken by Indonesian People: Analysis of Respondents in Three Different Universities in Jakarta


Xuc Lin, Mariana,Fu Ruomei:  A Discussion on the Problem of Teaching Chinese Language for Primary and Secondary Students


Yi Ying,
Sofi Zhang, Sasmoko

Students’ Motivation in Learning Chinese Language at Private University in Jakarta


Kelly Rosalin, Lydia Anggreani, Theresia: Analysis of Verbal Communication Problems between Cultures in Teaching Chinese in Indonesia


Titi Rahardjanti: Mandarin of Preposition Phrase Based on X-Bar Theory Analyzed









Chair 1:

502 (speaker 1-4)





Chair 2:

504 (speaker 5-9)



Regionalism or Nationalism? Balancing The Vision of Becoming A Competitive Region and Equitable Economic Development


Chair: Ekawati Sudjono


Dian Parluhutan & Udin Silalahi– The Necessity of ASEAN Competition Law in Accelerating the ASEAN Economic Integration: Rethinking


Suwannarat Meesomboopoonsuk – Banking Reform in CLV Countries: The Competitiveness of ASEAN


Adiwan F. Aritenang – ASEAN Connectivity Implementation in Indonesia: Issues and Potential


Roseno Aji Affandi – Scale up Small Enterprise Become MNC Through Optimizing E-Commerce and Trade Diplomacy


Sukmawani Bela Pertiwi & Nia Janira – Responding AEC at the Local Level: The Case Study of Makassar City Government












The Political, Security, and Socio Cultural Aspects of the AEC


Chair: Mutiara Indriani


Enrico Cau – Learning from Mistakes in the EU Refugee Crisis: Towards A New Paradigm for the EU and ASEAN


Ratu Ayu Asih Kusuma Putri & Dennyza Gabiella – The Premise of ASEAN Human Rights Architecture in the Light of Regional Integration: Why It Never Applies to the Rohingya Community


Luh Nyoman Ratih Wagiswari Kabinawa –  One-China Policy Among Southeast Asia Countries: Comparative Study from Indonesia and Singapore


Paramitaningrum, Ph.D – Human Interactions between Indonesia and Taiwan: Characteristics and Implications













ICOBIRD Special Panel


Indonesia in Perspectives


Mita Yesyca – Microfinancing Woman: What Does It Mean For Them?


Indah Wulandari, Alfred Inkiriwang, Riani Inkiriwang, Irid Agoes – The Influence of 1990’s US Journalism Culture Toward Republika’s Headline On Smog Disaster Issue in September 2015


Tai Wan-Ping – Blessed? Or Cursed? Investigating Indonesia’s Political Economy of Oil Resources


Geradi Yudhistira & Pamungkas A. DewantoThe Sinking of Maritime Culture: Historical Analysis of Indonesian Maritime Culture in 20th Century











12.00 – 13.00
13.00 – 15.00 Plenary 2:

Dance for Health: Addressing challenges in providing access for dance activities to improve wellbeing and health for people suffering MS



  • Andrew Greenwood
  • Dr. Paristiyanti Nurwardani









ICOBIRD Workshop

How To Conduct Research in Area Studies



  • Dr. Charanpal Bal, Binus University
  • Dr. Wayne Palmer, Binus University

Recreation Room

LKC, Binus Anggrek

15.00 – 15.30 Closing ceremony

Dean of Humanities,

Dr. Johannes A.A.Rumeser, M.Psi.,Psi.



(Exhibition Hall)

15.30 – 16.00 ICOBIRD Concluding Session & Closing Ceremony


Keynote Speaker:

  • Dr. Ahmad Zafarullah Abdul Jalil, Assistant Director, ASEAN Integration Monitoring Directorate, ASEAN Economic Community Department,The ASEAN Secretariat

Recreation Room

LKC, Binus Anggrek

  1. Allocation time for each presenter will be 30 minutes (20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes Q&A).IMPORTANT INFORMATION
  2. The chair of each session will be in charge of the panel.
  3. Send your presentation file (PPT) to by 17 October 2016.
  4. Bring your Letter of Acceptance and Proof of Payment for registration.