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How Mediatization Of Arabic Learning Affects Religious Culture At The Indonesian Islamic University Nur Ali; Muassomah Muassomah; Nursyirwan Nursyirwan; Mufliha Wijayati
Ijaz Arabi Journal of Arabic Learning Vol 5, No 3 (2022): Ijaz Arabi: Journal Of Arabic Learning
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijazarabi.v5i3.16578


Mediatization has transformed Arabic-language education from the personal to the instrumental and has provided a rapid, convergent approach to language learning. Such an approach, however, has distanced students from their education, as mediatized learning cannot convey the teacher's values. This article seeks not only to map the changing trends in Arabic-language education but also to analyze the implications of the ongoing mediatization process. Students' literacy influences their ability to learn Arabic through self-motivated, self-regulated learning and affects religious culture. This study finds that language learning has been transformed from a personal-religious cultural approach to an instrumental-functional one. At the same time, students have become dependent on technology and lost religious values, while their language has become formalized owing to the standardization of learning media. This study recommends improving media literacy to maximize students' achievements and free them from their dependence on media technology.
Ethnicity, Religion and The Changing Community Structure Within Fakfak Society in Papua Ade Yamin; Musa Rumbaru; Nining Lestari; Mufliha Wijayati
Al-Albab Vol 11, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Graduate Program of Pontianak Institute of Islamic Studies

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24260/alalbab.v11i2.2424


Through in-depth research using an ethnographic method, this article seeks to show what changes are taking place in the Fakfak community regarding culture, religion, and composition. This research aims to fill the research gap from previous studies by looking at how religion has rapidly changed the structure of society (both in terms of identity and population demographics) even though they come from the same kinship in a nuclear family. This article found that religion has become society’s primary agent of change, with positive and negative connotations. However, at the same time, the community has a local knowledge called “toromit wat istery” which is used as an unbreakable bond due to clashes between religions. This unity in diversity is a fundamental value that the community must observe. As an implication, these changes in the Fakfak community serve as an example of the resilience of local values in the face of the clash of global values that must be protected and maintained as the primary source of national resilience.
Memetakan Pendapat Ulama Untuk Pencegahan Praktik Pelukaan dan Pemotongan Genitalia Perempuan (P2GP): Memetakan Pendapat Ulama untuk Pencegahan Praktik P2GP Mufliha Wijayati
Al-Mizan (e-Journal) Vol. 19 No. 1 (2023): Al-Mizan (e-Journal)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Institut Agama Islam Negeri Sultan Amai Gorontalo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30603/am.v19i1.3778


Female genital mutilation and mutilation (FGM/C), which is better known in the community as circumcision or female circumcision, has become a global issue and is increasingly coming to the fore as a culturally harmful practice. The diversity of FGM/C practices with different implications gives a negative image to Islam which is considered to legalize or order female circumcision as an obligation for men. This article aims to map the opinions of Islamic scholars about FGM/C, from the opinions of fuqaha to contemporary scholars, both personally and collectively. Based on a review of kinds of literature, this article found a variety of opinions regarding female circumcision from the perspective of Islamic scholars; obligatory, sunnah, or  dignity (makrumah). This research also shows the opinion of contemporary scholars who tend to say the weak argumentation of the dalil naqli that makes female circumcision obligatory. Based on maqasid sharia and medical evidence that circumcision does not benefit women and even tends to be harmful, contemporary scholars have issued a fatwa for its prohibition. The significance of this study lies in its usefulness as a basis for advocating the prevention of FGM/C practices in the community.
Early Marriage In Indonesia Islamic Family Law Perspective Mahendra Mahendra; Violis Maisuri; Mufliha Wijayati
MILRev : Metro Islamic Law Review Vol 1 No 2 (2022): MILRev : Metro Islamic Law Review
Publisher : IAIN Metro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/milrev.v1i2.6215


Child marriage is a social phenomenon that is common in all places. This kind of marriage is like an iceberg phenomenon that appears a little on the surface, is rarely disclosed, but is commonly practiced in the wider community. Child marriage has become one of the most controversial issues in Islamic family law. Some scholars approve of the practice without disapproval while others do not. The substance of Islamic law is to create a better life for society today and in the future. If it is found that child marriage in contemporary society has caused many negative impacts, then this matter must be legally rejected.
“The New Men”: The Rahima’s Experiences in the Gender Sensitivity Construction among Marriage Registrar in Lampung Indonesia Mufliha Wijayati; Muhamad Nasrudin; Tutik Hamidah; Nency Dela Oktora; Ibnu Hasan Muchtar
Samarah: Jurnal Hukum Keluarga dan Hukum Islam Vol 7, No 3 (2023)
Publisher : Islamic Family Law Department, Sharia and Law Faculty, Universitas Islam Negeri Ar-Raniry

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22373/sjhk.v7i3.17666


Efforts to prevent gender-based violence will progress slowly without involving men. Socialization and education tend to be targeted towards women’s groups, with few including men as subjects in the anti-violence education process. This article discusses several important lessons learned from the mentoring process of Marriage Registrar Officials at the Office of Religious Affairs in East Lampung, Indonesia, by the Rahima Association. The study is the result of observations on the mentoring process of Marriage Registrar Officials who have internalized the values of justice and reciprocity in family relations. The research data are supported by interviews, focus group discussions, and documentation. This article argues that the involvement of male religious figures in preventing family violence is essential for two reasons. First, in textual societies, male ulama have a strategic role in reproducing more egalitarian and just knowledge. Second, the process of building gender-just awareness requires authoritative actors in the process of building knowledge from shared experience to be more legitimate. The article also explains the theoretical foundations of the successful mentoring approach that has transformed the outlook of male Marriage Registrar Officials who have the drive to effect change in Muslim society regarding equal and just family relations through their duties and functions.