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IDENTITY CRISIS, CONTESTATION, AND CONFLICT WITHIN THE HADRAMI COMMUNITY OF AL-IRSYAD 1990-2007 Miftahuddin, Miftahuddin; Sudrajat, Ajat
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 13, No 1 (2017): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v13i1.16973

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At reformation era the identity crisis amongst the members of Al-Irsyad became manifest which directed to split in 20027. This article aims to analyze the Hadrami, the community of Arab descendent, at dealing the issues of Islam and the state at the period of 1990s – 2007. This research find out that at Reformation era, some members of Al-Irsyad suffered from disorientation manifested in the form of internal conflict, contestation, and then split in 2007. It started from the infiltration of the contemporary Salafi which causes its members diverted from the early goals of Al-Irsyad. These disorientated members, based on the Salafi ideology, made movement claimed as a kind of khittah, that is to restore the organization in line with the early goals of Al-Irsyad. This movement, then, created conflict and contestation within Al-Irsyad which 1n 2007 resulted in the split of organization into Al-Irsyad al-Islamiyah and Perhimpunan Al-Irsyad.Key words: Al-Irsyad, Hadrami community, identity crisis, Split, Salafi.
THE REVITALIZATION OF DELIBERATION VALUES IN THE EDUCATION OF DEMOCRACY IN INDONESIA: A STUDY OF SOEDIRMAN FIGURE VALUES Sardiman, Sardiman; Sudrajat, Ajat; Suryo, Djoko
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This research aims at analyzing the importance of deliberation values in developing democracy education in Indonesia. This research is a qualitative-historical research, i.e. reconstructing the expression and role of Soedirman struggle and his figure values, especially the value of deliberation. The values were then explored thoroughly using a sociological approach and some of the religious dimensions to get an idea of a more fundamental deliberation value as the principles of democratic development.The results show that Soedirman was successful becoming a leader both within the civil and military community and capable of upholding the values of the deliberation in performing his figure tasks. However, the deliberation values tend to be fading in this reformation era. Also, democracy is liberal and tends to be overly practiced. This should be improved by developing democracy education through the revitalization of deliberation values. The revitalization can be realized by performing dialogues and following deliberation traditions practiced by Soedirmanin order to strenghtenthe implementation of Pancasila-based democracy (Pancasila Democracy).Keywords: Figure values, deliberation, democracy.
THE RE-DOCUMENTATION OF JEPARA’S CARVING MOTIFS: AN EARLY STUDY Iswahyudi, Iswahyudi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v13i1.16972

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This study aim to describe the development of carved art motifs in Jepara. The target population of artworks carving is some distribution of works that represent the period, so that the selection of data sources is also tight and considered representative. In this study it is required to produce a qualitative descriptive development study so that it approaches synchronic diachronik. The research step is done through the stages of observation, interviewing, making documentation, comparing historical information and see some works that have never been used by other researchers. The results: (1) Associated with the motive of the Queen of Sima money is considered the earliest is estimated in the VII century by physical evidence has not been found but on the myth is still attached to society carver Jepara. (2) The motifs that are representative of the era is Kalinyamat motif is believed to have existed at the beginning of the XVI century is still intact until now in the Mantingan Mosque Jepara. (3) Some artworks carved R.A. Kartini called Kartini motif by approach with her family can be presented in this research. (4) Various discoveries of masterpiece maestro Jepara artists can still be saved and are in Jepara carving museum. Followed by various colonial works both in the museum and in the home entrepreneur meubelair called the pre booming motif. (5) Contemporary sculpture art works can be found in groups called booming and post booming motifs that mostly reside and are displayed in some show rooms center meubelair Jepara city.Keywords: Jepara, development, carving motifs 
LOCAL ROOTS, GLOBAL BRANCHES: ELEMENT OF SECONDARY HISTORY EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES Sullivan, Charles
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 13, No 1 (2017): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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The history of American education is a history of local control. Symbolized by the image of the one-room “little red schoolhouse”, from our nation’s beginnings, schools have been under the direction of local communities. Teachers were hired by local school boards, who paid their salaries and often provided housing and food as well. Curriculum was also set locally, although often through the choice of textbooks, or primers, that were the published work of various education “experts” from other places. Importantly, teachers were also fired locally. As a result, American education has long been quite sensitively calibrated to local outlooks, concerns and politics. 
SERAT WEDATAMA AND CHARACTER EDUCATION Murdiyastomo, HY Agus
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Many people understand that a character education is only related to politeness. This understanding is certainly too narrow because character in Javanese culture has broader meaning than just being polite. The ideas regarding character education have been presented by Mangkunegara IV through his work of Serat Wedatama. Problems arise when the work is written in the form of symbolic traditional songs, namely Pangkur, Sinom, Pocung, and gambuh. This paper aims at investigating the kinds of character messages presented in the first section of Serat Wedatama which was composed in the form of pangkur traditional songs. The method employed in this research is a historical research method, whose stages include heuristics, criticism, interpretation, and historiography. Considering the object of the study is a manuscript, content analysis and semantic approaches are utilized. The approach was chosen merely to obtain the clarity of the meaning which are implicitly expressed in the form a traditional song of pangkur. The results are traditional songs describes the atmosphere, circumstances, or will to be achieved. The first section of pangkur traditional song, in general, contains a message about the guidance to achieve the perfection of which can be attained by abandoning worldly things. Among the 14 traditional songs of Pangkur, their first section presents some basic thoughts namely Angkara, Ngelmu, Atining Tatakrama, Lumuh asor kudu unggul, puruhita, and manembahKeywords: Character, Education, Wedatama. 
MULTICULTURALISM IN GLOBALIZATION ERA: HISTORY AND CHALLENGE FOR INDONESIA Zarbaliyev, Habib
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 13, No 1 (2017): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Indonesia is multicultural country in which the conflicts between etchnics may occur. With regard to this, Indonesia must implement a multicultural education which focuses on (1) regions, ethnics and traditions; (2) faith; and (3) tolerance. In addition, Indonesia must assure multicultural security for its citizens, such as, keeping energy security, economic security and cultural security. This will provide a solution to the conflicts, or significantly minimize possibility of conflicts to occur.  The current globalization process does not repel isolative condition, nor enable cultural development strangely. In this condition, the strategy to prevent cultural conflicts is to perform a dialogue between cultures.
STRENGTHENING SOCIAL CAPITAL IN IMPLEMENTING SEGORO AMARTO MOVEMENT TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY IN YOGYAKARTA CITY Satlita, Lena; Dewi, Utami; Priyanto, Anang
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This article aims to examine the efforts of stakeholders to strengthen social capital in implementing Segoro Amarto Movement to decrease the number of poverty in Yogyakarta City. The research method of this article was descriptive-qualitative. The data were colected through depth interview, focus group discussion, observation and documentation.  The research shows that the implementation of Segoro Amarto Movement Gerakan Segoro Amarto (GSA) had not succeed yet in alleviating poverty in Yogyakarta city since all of actors have not employed social capital well. In strengthening social capital, it needs the mixed between top down and bottom up approach in which the government, community and other stakeholders such as  private business, universities and non-governmental organization actively involve in building and enhancing trust, norm and networks to implement Segoro Amarto Movement.Keywords: Segoro Amarto Movement (GSA), social capital, poverty 
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF GEREJA KRISTEN JAWI WETAN (GKJW) TUNJUNGREJO YOSOWILANGUN SUBDISTRICT LUMAJANG Fitroh, Ismaul
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v13i1.16967

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Tunjungrejo is one of the unique village located in the region of Lumajang. The uniqueness of the village can be seen in the presence of Protestant religion. Other uniqueness are their house of worship, namely Gereja Kristen Jawi Wetan (GKJW). Brontodiwirjo has an important role to the development of Protestant in Tunjungrejo. Brontodiwirjo as forest loggers Tunjungrejo is also a teacher of the gospel in this region. Along Tunjungrejo forest clearing, many newcomers who are Christians and non Christians. To maintain the existence of Protestant Christianity, Brontodiwirjo as forest loggers Tunjungrejo apply the rule that people who want to settle in the region Tunjungrejo be Protestant. From this Tunjungrejo society formed by the belief in one religion. As a result of the continued development of the Protestant Christian church he built a house of worship that is GKJW Tunjungrejo.Keywords: Gereja Kristen Jawi Wetan (GKJW), Tunjungrejo, Brontodiwirjo.

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