Putu Nomy Yasintha

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Full Name
Putu Nomy Yasintha
Pen Name
Putu Nomy Yasintha
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https://udayananetworking.unud.ac.id/lecturer/3935-putu-nomy-yasintha
Place
Denpasar

Biography


In English

Putu Nomy Yasintha was born in Denpasar, 30 April 1987. She received her bachelor's degree in Public Administration at the University of Indonesia. She took her Master in Public Administration at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle, UK. In 2015, She join the teaching team at Udayana University, Bali. She teaches several courses related to Public Policy, Tourism Development, Comparative Public Administration, and Accountability in the Public Sector. She manages youtube channel for the compilation of Public Administration's student at Udayana University. The channel is here AP Student Project Udayana. She actively involve in guiding student who is doing the research competition, debate competition, and also actively helps student activities.

In Balinese

In Indonesian

Examples of work

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Indonesia known as a democratic country, but there are still many cases of intolerance, one of which is a large - scale intolerance towards minorities such as LGBTQ people. Indonesia still considered as one of the homophobic countries due to religious norms and rules that limit the movement of LGBTQ people. Indonesian society still lives in a social life that upholds the value of heteronormativity in which heterosexuals are normal people and others considered as abnormal. LGBTQ discrimination also occurs to many adolescents, they do not have free space

in society and are even unable to be who they really are even between family and closest friends. Education regarding gender and sexuality is necessary in Indonesian higher education institutions to be able to provide broader education to the community, especially adolescents, which in the end expected to increase public tolerance towards LGBTQ people. This study uses descriptive qualitative method by also distributing questionnaires anonymously at random to several informants. In addition, supporting data from various literatures used to support this research. The results showed that many LGBTQ adolescents felt marginalized by their family

and friends. They have not been able to show their sexual orientation without being afraid to get judgement from the public.
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