M. Endy Saputro
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Save Maryam: Islam, Toleration and Religious-Exclusivism in Social Media M. Endy Saputro; Nuki Mayasari; Paulus Widiyanta
KALAM Vol 10, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Intan Lampung

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Munginkan eksklusivisme agama bisa dihadapi di media sosial? Revolusi media yang sedemikian rupa telah membuka kemungkinan bagi lembaga-lembaga keagamaan untuk menjangkau pengikutnya dalam kisaran yang lebih luas. Makalah ini akan mengamati gagasan menghadapi eksklusivisme agama ini di media sosial dengan mempertimbangkan re-konseptualisasi gagasan konvensional toleransi di era media sosial. Untuk menilai argumen ini, secara hati-hati diuji tanggapan pemuda Indonesia terhadap video bermain pendek, berjudul bintang Maryam yang dapat didownload di media sosial, seperti Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, dan blog terkait lainnya. Dengan analisis semca ini, kami berpendapat bahwa toleransi dapat didefinisikan sebagai upaya budaya untuk menghadapi eksklusivisme agama.
Korean Drama Constructing Multiculturalism among Muslim Women Students Okta Nurul Hidayati; M. Endy Saputro
Al-Albab Vol 6, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Graduate Program of Pontianak Institute of Islamic Studies

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Abstract This paper aims to understand the unique relationship between Korean drama and the formation of multicultural identity among Muslim women students. On the one hand, as a form of racial activity, watching Korean dramas can establish a new form of identity while at the same time enriching a new perspective of building multicultural sense. On the other hand as a part of Muslim, they can control Korean culture that is incompatible with Islamic doctrine. This paper argues that adopting Korean dramas positively supports students in creating multicultural cultures. These findings may contribute to the formation of cultural diversity within the Islamic context.
GENDER DAN KESALEHAN POPULAR ARTIS BERKERUDUNG (Studi Atas Buku “Aku dan Hijabku, Hijab is not Just a Style”) M. Endy Saputro
Yinyang: Jurnal Studi Islam Gender dan Anak Vol 11 No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Pusat Studi Gender dan Anak (PSGA) IAIN Purwokerto

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The openness of a religion towards new insights leads tochanges of symbolic order as well as the characteristics and performanceof the religion. Nowadays, many people assume that spirituality can beachieved in the mass consumption for symbols, icons and cult objectsso that a consumer culture makes up the opportunity to meet the desireand evoke the human subconscious. One of the cultures is the changesof Muslims fashion in Indonesia. Some artists start to wear jilbab and itbecomes a trend among ordinary people. As we know, jilbab is obligatoryto some female Muslims, but nowadays it is likely a kind of trend in fashion.In fact, jilbab itself shows the identity of female Muslims. When a femaleMuslim has decided to wear jilbab, it is sure that she has got the hidayah(inspiration) to make herself closer to God. Among the motivations of artiststo wear jilbab is the fulfillment of their spiritual need and other factors arealso possible.