Author: Mashita Fandia

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Music Streaming Apps Battle: JOOX VS SPOTIFY – Survey Report

by on August 7, 2017

Music streaming applications have grown a lot in Indonesia in these past three years. It serves the users with the convenience of listening music in a good quality, complete catalogue, and user-friendly device. In Indonesia, there are two famous on-demand music streaming apps in which often being compared to each other. Regarding to this matter, […]

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“Mudik” Transportation Review: Train – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on August 3, 2017

“Mudik” is an Indonesian term used for citing people’s homecoming trip for the Eid al-Fitr holiday. Whether we are muslims or not, whether we celebrate the Eid or not, there is this tradition in Indonesia where people are going back to their hometown during the holiday; a homecoming, or in Indonesian terms is famous as […]

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Millennials Expense Series: 25-45 y.o SINGLE – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on July 18, 2017

Millennials is the generation who holds the key chain of the industry nowadays. From the primary needs, secondary needs, until the tertiary needs, the millennials has their own way in spending their income towards those needs. Regarding to this matter, recently JAKPAT has conducted a survey series in order to see the amount of expenses […]

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Being Around Fasting People – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on June 22, 2017

In this month of Muslims’ Ramadhan, all Indonesian muslims carry on to have a fasting as a form of worship. However, though muslims are the majority of people who live in Indonesia, there are also people with other religions who live here. Regarding to that matter, recently JAKPAT has conducted series of survey in order […]

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Suhoor (Sahur) Habit of Single Respondents – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on June 15, 2017

Suhoor is an Islamic term referring to the meal consumed early in the morning by Muslims before fasting,or “sawm”, before dawn during or outside the Islamic month of Ramadhan. Indonesian term of “suhoor” is “sahur”. With this new custom during Ramadhan, we would like to see the habit of Indonesian muslims when they are having […]