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

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (465.111 KB) | DOI: 10.24042/klm.v10i2.5

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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.
AKU BERAGAMA, AKU ADA: PERSEPSI AKAN #AKSIBELAISLAM DALAM RANAH KONSEP SELF AND OTHER Mayasari, Nuki
EMPIRISMA: JURNAL PEMIKIRAN DAN KEBUDAYAAN ISLAM Vol 26, No 1 (2017): Pluralisme, Radikalisme dan Teologi
Publisher : STAIN Kediri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/empirisma.v26i1.680

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The Islamic Defense Movement movement had made headlines from various national media outlets in Indonesia. Although the last series of demonstrations, when this research was written, took place on December 2nd, 2016, the echoes of the Islamic Defense Action can still be seen in various opinions of internet users on social networks. This study discusses the perceptions behind internet users’ opinions of the action, using the Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) method. Taking a sample of Twitter Twitter chants, the authors make a percentage of the main ideas behind the various opinions. As a result, the concept of self and other is the dominant idea behind the chirp with tagar #AksiBelaIslam . Keywords: Aksi Bela Islam, Twitter, Critical Discourse Analysis, Self, and Other
Imagining the World with NoReligion Mayasari, Nuki
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 3 (2016)
Publisher : IAIN Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v1i3.140

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Segregations caused by religions may diversely be responded by a group of people. Being partly perceived as a subject for conducting dialogue, religion may also be considered as a segregating factor that shall better be diminished. Religion, for some groups of people, tends also to be seen as contradictory to the nature of science and toleration. To this extent, the notion of engaging the segregated groups of people can also be related to the concept of Asutosh Varshney in terms of promoting civic engagement through social media with a different setting. Although the movement is virtual community based, the promotion of NoReligion is also intended for giving another view in the state realm.Keywords: NoReligion, atheism, engagement, segregation, dismissal of religion
Islam and Politics in the 20th Century Scholarship: A Journal Review of Indonesia Mayasari, Nuki
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018): Islam and Politics
Publisher : IAIN Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v3i2.141

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Discourse on Islam and politics during the 20th century is inseparable with related scholarly publications about Indonesia, taking time on that period. Reviewing “Indonesia”, a journal issued by Southeast Asia Program Publications at Cornell University, this writing mainly aims to report the notion of how Islam and politics were being represented in the international scholarly works. Three categorizations of sub-themes are gained by evaluating two numbers of “Indonesia”, they are (1) group and hierarchy, (2) perception and knowledge dynamics, and (3) public figure. The categorizations are used as a framework in analyzing how the notion of Islam and politics was internationally perceived through scholarly works issued during that period.  The result shows that the impression of the notion of Islam and politics tends to be perceived as a power for promoting groups formation. The power distribution is another critical substance which can be derived from the group formation. The role of religion, to this extent, can easily be used as a legitimate source for any critical political decision. Societal segregation can be considered as a result of a certain kind of discrepancies in the realm of power distribution among several groups of people. In other words, the role of Islam is very critical in shaping the political expression of the people in Indonesia.  Keywords:Islam and politics, Group and Hierarchy, Public Figure
AKU BERAGAMA, AKU ADA: PERSEPSI AKAN #AKSIBELAISLAM DALAM RANAH KONSEP SELF AND OTHER Mayasari, Nuki
EMPIRISMA: JURNAL PEMIKIRAN DAN KEBUDAYAAN ISLAM Vol 26, No 1 (2017): Pluralisme, Radikalisme dan Teologi
Publisher : IAIN Kediri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/empirisma.v26i1.680

Abstract

The Islamic Defense Movement movement had made headlines from various national media outlets in Indonesia. Although the last series of demonstrations, when this research was written, took place on December 2nd, 2016, the echoes of the Islamic Defense Action can still be seen in various opinions of internet users on social networks. This study discusses the perceptions behind internet users’ opinions of the action, using the Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) method. Taking a sample of Twitter Twitter chants, the authors make a percentage of the main ideas behind the various opinions. As a result, the concept of self and other is the dominant idea behind the chirp with tagar #AksiBelaIslam . Keywords: Aksi Bela Islam, Twitter, Critical Discourse Analysis, Self, and Other