Data set on the role of youngsters in prompting civic engagement in Indonesia

Published: 30 Dec 2019 | Version 5 | DOI: 10.17632/4t8b3c6zb7.5
  • Rachmah Ida,
    Social Sciences
    Universitas Airlangga
    Prof. Rachmah Ida is principal investigator in this funded project.
  • Muhammad Saud,
    Social Sciences
    Universitas Airlangga
    Mr. Muhammad Saud is co-principal investigator in this survey
  • Mustain Masud
    Universitas Airlangga
    Prof. Mustain is co-principal investigator in this project

Description of this data

An online survey of youngsters between the ages of 12 to 17 (n=200) was conducted after the Indonesian Presidential elections (April 2019) to investigate the activities that may have an association between civic engagement and political participation. The primary subject of this to prepare a data article on the response of Indonesian young generation on civic participation in political activities. Quantitative research design has opted and the targeted population is the university students. The data were collected through online questionnaires from 200 respondents in Indonesian universities. The present data arranged in tables, frequencies, and percentages. The finding shows a positive relationship between Indonesian youngsters in increasing civic participation in society. There is a wider range of activities that enhanced their engagement in social activities and it changed the youth perception in public.

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The data collected from Indonesia in the period of April 2019.

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  • Version 5


    Published: 2019-12-30

    DOI: 10.17632/4t8b3c6zb7.5

    Cite this dataset

    Ida, Rachmah; Saud, Muhammad; Masud, Mustain (2019), “Data set on the role of youngsters in prompting civic engagement in Indonesia”, Mendeley Data, v5


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