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Integration of Green Islam and Agro-Ecology for Food Sovereignty Millah, Ahamad Sihabul; Suharko, Suharko; Ikhwan, Hakimul
KOMUNITAS: International Journal of Indonesian Society and Culture Vol 12, No 2 (2020): September
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v12i2.24318

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This paper discuses integration between Green Islam and an agro-ecological movement in establishing food sovereignty practiced by a community of Pesantren Ath-Thariq Garut, West Java. They have struggled for food sovereignty through agricultural production models by prioritizing local wisdom, respecting to organisms, dividing land with zoning systems, planting with polyculture system, consuming diversified food, and self-mastering to make fertilizer. Furthermore, they also have preserved local and inherited seeds as an approach to cultivate their farming.
PENCEGAHAN BENCANA LINGKUNGAN HIDUP MELALUI PENDIDIKAN LINGKUNGAN Suharko, Suharko
Jurnal Manusia dan Lingkungan (Journal of People and Environment) Vol 21, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Pusat Studi Lingkungan Hidup Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Kejadian bencana terus meningkat di Indonesia. Sebagian  besar dari kejadian bencana tersebut merupakan bencana lingkungan hidup seperti angin puting beliung, banjir dan tanah longsor, yang sangat dipengaruhi oleh gejala perubahan iklim. Tulisan ini berkaitan dengan tindakan menghadapi bencana lingkungan hidup terutama pada kondisi normal atau prabencana. Bencana lingkungan hidup disebabkan oleh intervensi manusia terhadap alam terutama melalui aktivitas industri seperti produksi, konsumsi dan pemanfaatan sumberdaya alam lainnya. Karena itu, bencana lingkungan hidup adalah bagian inheren dari modernisasi dan bencana lingkungan hidup adalah konsekuensi modernisasi. Dalam alur perpektif tersebut, pendidikan lingkungan memiliki peran strategis dalam mencegah dan mengurangi resiko bencana lingkungan hidup. Praktik pendidikan lingkungan perlu memfasilitasi berbagai proses belajar pada ranah kognitif dan kesadaran, sikap dan perilaku, dan tindakan kolektif untuk melembagakan perilaku ramah lingkungan dan sensitif-bencana. 
Migrant Workers as Cultural Intermediaries Madrah, Muna Yastuti; Suharko, Suharko
KOMUNITAS: International Journal of Indonesian Society and Culture Vol 11, No 1 (2019): Komunitas, March 2019
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v11i1.18206

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This article aims at proposing an analysis formula on how the mechanism of cultural intermediaries done by Indonesian migrant worker student. The subject of this study were Indonesia migrant worker students in Korea undertaking higher education while under the contract as migrant workers. Various previous research on migrant workers mostly put them as "those who are powerless or unskilled." The emergence of these migrant worker students reflects that there is a change in values in viewing immaterial consumption by migrant workers. There is a kind of trendsetter (role model) that might influence them to enter the university as well as mediate new culture to other migrant workers. In this context, they are mediating the importance of having a higher education. Cultural intermediaries have an important role in creating a new social class. Many research reported, those involved in the work of cultural intermediaries include music critics, fashion directors, bloggers, stylists, advertisers, brand agents- refer to a certain social class. However, there has not been much research on intermediary work carried out by migrant workers. This study conveys a new perspective placing migrant workers as actors involved in mediating "cultural products" and consumption of "tastes" of consumers.
ORGANISASI MASYARAKAT SIPIL DAN RESTORASI SUNGAI: Studi pada Gerakan Memungut Sehelai Sampah di Sungai Karang Mumus di Kota Samarinda Suharko, Suharko; Kusumadewi, Christa D M
Jurnal Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 14, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14421/jsr.v14i1.1677

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Ingeneral, condition of rivers in Indonesia is degraded and polluted. River restoration is effort to recover the function and natural conditions of river. The government has implemented several programs to improve some degraded rivers. Civil society organizations (CSO) and communities have initiated various actions to restore the rivers in some regions. By positioning the concept of river restoration as part of environmental movement, the article describes the Karang Mumus river restoration initiated by a CSO in the city of Samarinda. The CSO has practiced environmental education as an entry point and platform of actions for river restoration. The environmental education has engaged individuals and social groups in the city. They have learned and practiced actions to restore the river. Even though the more actions are still needed to recover the river, to some extent the CSO has been able to put river restoration as a centre of environmental activism in the city.Kondisi umum sungai-sungai di Indonesia adalah rusak dan tercemar. Restorasi sungai adalah upaya untuk mengembalikan fungsi dan kondisi alamiah dari sungai. Pemerintah telah mengimplementasikan berbagai program untuk memperbaiki kondisi sungai yang rusak dan tercemar. Berbagai komunitas dan organisasi masyarakat sipil (OMS) telah mengambil prakarsa untuk melakukan restorasi sungai di sejumlah daerah. Dengan menempatkan restorasi sungai sebagai bagian dari gerakan lingkungan, artikel ini memaparkan gerakan restorasi sungai Karang Mumus di Kota Samarinda. OMS mempraktikkan pendidikan lingkungan sebagai titik masuk dan platform aksi dalam melakukan upaya restorasi sungai. Pendidikan lingkungan telah mampu melibatkan warga individual dan kelompok-kelompok sosial di kota ini. Mereka belajar dan mempraktikan aksi-aksi restorasi sungai. Meskipun masih dibutuhkan lebih banyak aksi, sampai pada tingkat tertentu, OMS telah mampu menempatkan aksi-aksi restorasi sungai Karang Mumus sebagai titik pusat aktivisme lingkungan di Kota Samarinda.
Dialectics of Transnational Mobility, Class, and Cultural Intermediary among Indonesian Migrant Worker-Students in South Korea Madrah, Muna Yastuti; Suharko, Suharko; Sartika, Diana Dewi
JSW (Jurnal Sosiologi Walisongo) Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik UIN Walisongo Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jsw.2021.5.1.6842

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Cosmopolitanism among migrant workers may present as the result of interpretations between transnational mobility, class, and cultural intermediary. Applying the ethnographic method this research was carried out during 2018-2019, which took Indonesian migrant worker-students aged 20-35 years in South Korea as informants. Travel and immigration, and higher education experiences have left Indonesian migrant workers at work in any places both in and out of campus areas. These practices show that the broader social, cultural, and individual agendas are one way of recognizing a new cosmopolitanism. There are two factors that influence the cosmopolitanism process of Indonesian migrant workers; first, the transnational migration process. Second, the process of cultural intermediation in universities. This study reveals significant differences in how Indonesian migrant workers respond to the possibilities and opportunities of transnational mobility, from developing the cultural acceptance skills needed in their life trajectories for building network relationships with other transnational actors. Higher education for migrant workers has introduced another form of work, namely cultural intermediation, which can be seen as a cosmopolitan process._________The original draft of this article has been presented on the International Conference on Language, Linguistics, and Literature (COLALITE) UNSOED, 2020.