Research on Covid-19 Human Security Disaster Management in Indonesia Using VOSviewer Bibliometrics


  • Yeyen Subandi Universitas Respati Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Diansari Solihah Amini Universitas Respati Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Tanti Nurgiyanti Universitas Respati Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Bagus Subekti Nuswantoro Universitas Respati Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Harits Dwi Wiratma Universitas Respati Yogyakarta, Indonesia



Disaster management, Covid-19, Human security, VOSviewer bibliometrics, Indonesia


The research that has been completed is to take a gander at the treatment of the Coronavirus human security catastrophe in Indonesia, which is ordered by Scopus. Alluding to the assertion from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) concerning human security, there are seven regions concerning well-being security, ecological security, food security, financial security, individual security, local area security, and political security. Of the seven fields, one of them involves well-being security, and the Coronavirus Pandemic has something to do with well-being matters which fall into the classification of the well-being security area. UNDP characterizes well-being security as insurance from illnesses and unfortunate ways of life, undermining lacking medical services, new and intermittent infections including pestilences, pandemics, unfortunate nourishment, and risky ways of life. No exploration has seen that the Coronavirus Pandemic is important for a debacle that is remembered for the classification of human security. This review took information online through the Scopus data set, which was then dissected using the VOSviewer bibliometric representation. The discoveries in this study are that the Coronavirus Pandemic fiasco is a human medical condition that falls into the classification of the field of human security, and scholastics and scientists from Indonesia as yet direct very few examinations, finding just 25 reports in a hunt on 12 February 2023 from the Scopus data set.




How to Cite

Subandi, Y., Amini, D. S., Nurgiyanti, T., Nuswantoro, B. S., & Wiratma, H. D. (2023). Research on Covid-19 Human Security Disaster Management in Indonesia Using VOSviewer Bibliometrics. RSF Conference Proceeding Series: Medical and Health Science, 2(1), 62–71.