Uneasy society in Indonesia: With special attention to the gated community and CCTV in Bali

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The object of this paper is to clarify the situation between the local community and the art of security and safety, especially regarding the gated community and CCTV in Bali, Indonesia. The current research about the gated community and safety shows various trends and describes the differences in the situations in the US, Europe, and Asia. Also in Bali, there is a special characteristic of the art of security and safety. This research focuses on both the universal and concrete perspectives to gain a better grasp of the situation. First, we will confirm the discussion about the gated community in US, Europe, and Indonesia. Second, compared to these examples, the character of the gated community and installation of CCTV in Bali will be clarified by four different examples: a relatively large gated community, which is similar to US, Europe, and Indonesian ones; two smaller gated communities but possessing unfixed, informal, and cross-border factors; and the trial to keep tourist sites safe by CCTV. Finally, this study confirms the importance that a variety of local activities can be generated through the accommodation of the arts, techniques, and technologies of security and safety.




Hishiyama, K. (2010). Uneasy society in Indonesia: With special attention to the gated community and CCTV in Bali. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 2, pp. 14–23). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.01.006

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