Muhadjir Darwin
Dosen Fakultas Sospol UNS dan Staf Pusat Penelitian Kependudukan Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Power Contestation on Marriage Age Discourse in Dealing with Islamic Value: a Case Study on Nahdlatul Ulama RAHMAWATI, DIAN EKA; DARWIN, MUHADJIR; AHMAD, MUNAWAR
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 9, No 1 (2018): February 2018
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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This study aims to understand the debate on the issue of early prevention from the perspective of NU and NU women activist group. Why there is a difference between NU structures and NU women activist groups. What the knowledge regime that underlies the legitimacy of their attitude is. What are the interests behind differences in attitudes and knowledge regimes used. This study uses a qualitative method. The data was collected by interviewing the board of Muslimat NU, PP Fatayat NU, and PP Rahima and collecting documentation from books, journals, magazines, printed and online newspapers, official website, and mass media decisions. Data analysis techniques performed with data reduction, data display, and conclusion. The result shows that differences in attitudes about the issue of early marriage between NU structures and NU women activist groups stem from different perspectives and interests. Differences perspectives can be seen from differences in interpretation "baligh" as the basis for setting marriage age limit. The interest of the NU structures to accomodate early marriage practices are still prevalent among NU and maintain the status quo of the NU gender habitus. The interest of NU women activist groups is to contextually interpret fikih and to fight for the ideology of theological feminism prosecuting patriarchy within the NU gender habitus. NU Women’s activist groups can reproduce reason about gender relation in Islam that derived from the accumulation of social capital and cultural capital. Keywords: Power Contestation, Marriage Age Discourse, Early Marriage, Capitals, Habitus, Nahdlatul Ulama Women's Activist
The Growth of E-Government in the Government of Yogyakarta City WIBOWO, DANANG SRI; ABDULLAH, IRWAM; DARWIN, MUHADJIR
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 5, No 1 (2014): February 2014
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The implementation of e-government is, actually,not a new issue in the government. However, thepolicy of e-government implementation in manygovernmental elements, especially in the localgovernment seems to be forced withoutconsidering the different readiness levels of thegovernment personnel and the people in each localgovernment. On the one side, many researchfindings show that the factors of governmentalhuman resources, the public, the infrastructure, andthe working practice are still being obstacles toachieve a successful e-government implementation.On the other hand, other research findings alsostrengthen that in its implementation, egovernmenthas some elements which should befulfilled. They are e-administration, e-services, ande-society. Three of them are unified elements whichsupport each other in order to realize egovernment.Many problems faced by some localgovernments in implementing e-government,including the government of Yogyakarta City, clarifythat there are fundamental problems in realizingthe e-government elements which consist of eadministration,e-services, and e-society. For certaingovernmental institutions, an explanation of therelationship between the implementation of egovernmentprogram and many available theories isa valuable contribution to solve inter-elementsrelationship for realizing good governance, on theone hand, and, on the other hand, it is alsobeneficial for them to learn best practice for thegovernment in order to achieve good localgovernance. The results of this study show that theimplementation of e-government which requiresthe availability of e-administration, e-services, ande-society has been realized by the government of Yogyakarta City.However, although those programs have been realized physically, onthe actual, the unpreparedness of the government personnel as wellas the public society and also the cultural factors are still being someproblems which impede the successful implementation of egovernment.In addition, the city government’s commitment to keepcontinuing the easy service development to the community is a keyto the implementation of e-government in the scope of citygovernment in Yogyakarta.Key words: e-government, e-administration, e-services, and e-society
The Growth of E-Government in the Government of Yogyakarta City WIBOWO, DANANG SRI; ABDULLAH, IRWAM; DARWIN, MUHADJIR
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 5, No 1 (2014): February 2014
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jgp.2014.0004

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The implementation of e-government is, actually,not a new issue in the government. However, thepolicy of e-government implementation in manygovernmental elements, especially in the localgovernment seems to be forced withoutconsidering the different readiness levels of thegovernment personnel and the people in each localgovernment. On the one side, many researchfindings show that the factors of governmentalhuman resources, the public, the infrastructure, andthe working practice are still being obstacles toachieve a successful e-government implementation.On the other hand, other research findings alsostrengthen that in its implementation, egovernmenthas some elements which should befulfilled. They are e-administration, e-services, ande-society. Three of them are unified elements whichsupport each other in order to realize egovernment.Many problems faced by some localgovernments in implementing e-government,including the government of Yogyakarta City, clarifythat there are fundamental problems in realizingthe e-government elements which consist of eadministration,e-services, and e-society. For certaingovernmental institutions, an explanation of therelationship between the implementation of egovernmentprogram and many available theories isa valuable contribution to solve inter-elementsrelationship for realizing good governance, on theone hand, and, on the other hand, it is alsobeneficial for them to learn best practice for thegovernment in order to achieve good localgovernance. The results of this study show that theimplementation of e-government which requiresthe availability of e-administration, e-services, ande-society has been realized by the government of Yogyakarta City.However, although those programs have been realized physically, onthe actual, the unpreparedness of the government personnel as wellas the public society and also the cultural factors are still being someproblems which impede the successful implementation of egovernment.In addition, the city government’s commitment to keepcontinuing the easy service development to the community is a keyto the implementation of e-government in the scope of citygovernment in Yogyakarta.Key words: e-government, e-administration, e-services, and e-society