Mapping Research of Social Change in Indonesia During 2016-2021


  • Anak Agung Ayu Mirah Krisnawati Bina Nusantara University
  • Yulanda Trisula Sidarta Yohanes University of Mataram



mapping research, social science, Indonesia, 2015-2021


Social change has a broad meaning that includes various lives that exist in society. The explanation above can be said that social change occurs unavoidably. Thus, the community in it must be able to predict and anticipate the possibility of social change. One way to be able to predict and analyze as a form of anticipation of social change is in the form of research on social change. Research on social change is one of the important materials for studying social change itself. Thus, this research will focus on discussing mapping research on social change carried out in indonesia in 2015-2021. The method approach used in this study is bibliometric analysis. Document used as data to be analyzed are document in the form of scientific papers such as articles and conference papers. The use of bibliometric methods can measure and know the Development of research studies on social change research that occurs within a certain period. In this study the period used was between 2015-2021. While the data used is data on scopus database, based on may 11, 2022.Based on the exposure of the above data to documents related to social change research sourced from scopus database found a few results. The first result is that a document related to social change shows an increasing trend, especially starting from 2018 to 2021. In 2018 there were 50 documents that continued to increase to 131 documents in 2021. The dominant type of document is articles with 462 more documents compared to conference papers which only amount to 29 documents. The largest source of documents is in the publication of international journal of innovation creativity and change, which is 30 documents throughout 2019 to 2020. Mapping themes related to social change is there are four clasters which is the red cluster "opportunity", the blue cluster "social change", the green cluster "observation", and the yellow cluster "improvement".