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Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Promoting and practicing religious pluralism: Muhammadiyah experience Biyanto, Biyanto
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 2 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i2.34711

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This article aims to discuss about the experiences of Muhammadiyah in promoting and practicing values of religious pluralism in Indonesia. As one of the biggest modern Islamic organization in the world Muhammadiyah showed to take action in promoting values of religious pluralism. It was showed by education, preaching, social welfare, inter-faith dialogue and peace, and across culture, ethnic, and religious programs. For example, Muhammadiyah formed many schools and universities at all provinces in Indonesia. The network of Muhammadiyah’s schools and universities through in districts, in fact at villages. By education, Muhammadiyah taught and practiced values of religious pluralism. It was showed, particularly, by Muhammadiyah’s schools and universities at Muslim minority provinces. Province of Papua, West Papua, and East Nusa Tenggara, for example, percentage non-Muslim students and teacher at Muhammadiyah’s schools and universities through 75%-90%. Muhammadiyah also invited non-Muslim teachers to teach religion. Muhammadiyah gave freedom for every student to practice his religious teaching. By preaching, Muhammadiyah gave an emphasis that the diversity or plurality in the human life patterns is God’s wish and a scientific fact (natural of law, sunnatullah). Therefor everyone must celebrate and respect to diversity or plurality. Until now Muhammadiyah still active inter-faith dialogue and peace with religious leaders in Indonesia, even in the world. Muhammadiyah also does programs to against terrorism. The leaders of Muhammadiyah also involved peace building programs ini the world. Promoting values of religious pluralism by Muhammadiyah is very important because Indonesia is a multicultural state in ethnic, culture, and religion.       
Forced labor practices of Indonesian migrant fishing vessels crew on Taiwan-Flagged Ships? A need for cognitive framework transformation Soulina, Fitri; Yovani, Nadia
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 2 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i2.32260

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The foreign labor market delivers Indonesian workers with low qualifications for work in the informal fisheries sector as a fishing vessel crew (AKP). On the one hand, the use of Indonesian workers assists in increasing the absorption of domestic labor. Still, in real conditions, the workers are confronted with violations practices of labor rights. More than that, in the homestead, migrants' fishing vessel crew experience the repudiation of labor rights and human rights. Based on previous studies mapping, the phenomenon 'labor exploitation' is associated with functional dimensions of policy and regulation and its relation to rational action in the economic context. Those case studies of Taiwanese flagship's fishing vessel crew have not yet caught on to the complexity of continuous practice in Indonesian migrants from recruiting procedures to entirely adhering to the causes of migrants' precariousness. Using institutional analysis, the findings show the dynamics between institutions and actors in the labor market, ignoring important micro aspects to transpose to eliminate occupational practices. Neglect of the social-economic context's cognitive element builds a considerable gap between existing beleid and the resulting transformation. 
Model of religious character education: A case study in Al-Hilal Islamic Primary School Bekasi, Indonesia Husnaini, M; Victorynie, Irnie; Amili, Noor
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 2 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i2.34706

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Presidential Regulation Number 87 of 2017 Article 2 states that character education must be the leading spirit in Indonesia's delivery of education. This study aims to describe the religious character education model implemented at Al-Hilal Islamic Primary School Bekasi, which is supported by students' parents' participation to build a learning process that not only produces an output of students who can graduate from school but also produce students who have religious characters. This research uses a qualitative approach with the type of case study method. The data collection techniques used were interviews, observation, and documentation. The results are the synergistic relationship and active role of all parties; in this case, the school and parents have successfully shaped the Islamic religious character. Students' character is built on a strong foundation from the family and strengthened through the Islamic education system in schools.
Copyright issue on music back sound usage by Indonesian YouTuber Wijayanto, Xenia Angelica; Nurhajati, Lestari
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 2 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i2.31055

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According to We Are Social research in January 2018, Indonesia's population now is 265,4 million, while its social media active users reached 130 million. 43% of people are using Youtube as their primary social media. This situation shows us that Youtube is still the most used and liked social media channel, followed closely by Facebook and Whatsapp. The vlogger phenomenon is also getting stronger among Indonesian young people. The increasing number of Youtube content production ranged from artists, public figures, and ordinary people, also known as Youtuber. One of the famous Youtuber is Raditya Dika, whose subscriber reached more than 3.3 million, and estimated income per year around USD 46 thousand to USD 739 thousand. The problem that arises is about the copyright violation in background music used by Indonesian Youtuber. This research tries to dig further data about the youtube policy in protecting the copyright issue in that area. This research uses a discourse analysis method on 15 videos from the top 5 Youtuber in Indonesia as the unit of analysis. The result shows that some Youtuber still violate the copyright issue while using background music on their Youtube materials production.
Rape as a weapon in genocide and wars: Enquiring the problems of women’s witnessing rape Wahyuni, Yuyun Sri
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 2 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i2.34696

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This paper seeks to better understand rape as a weapon in genocide and wars, the myriads contributing factors to creating ignorance to rape as a weapon in genocide, other forms of sexual violations, and circumstances that prevent women from witnessing rape acts of genocide violence. Drawing from the feminist perspectives of rape and women's sexual violence theorization, Derrida's accounts of truth and witness, and women as an improper mythic being-tainted witness, this paper shows that the current global gender inequality discrimination perpetuates the practice of rape as a weapon of genocide and wars as well as a repudiation for women's witnessing rape and sexual violations. As this situation of women rape survivors' desertions are not only happened in the Rwanda genocide and witnessing rapes for rape victims and survivors are equally challenging, this paper serves an alternative to support women's witnessing rapes and prevent rape the weapon of war to reoccur in the future. Further, Derrida's considerations on law should extend the notions of witnessing beyond the traditional European juridical tradition that excludes literature from legal exercise of witnessing as literature is regarded as mostly only fiction upbrings witnessing through literature as secret testimony is a useful interpretation on women's witnessing rape. Deciphering Derrida's description of witnessing through literature, this paper also recommends that women's writing literature can be an effective way for women to testify independently of the various gendered political disciplining gazes that hold them back from giving testimonies and then gain liberations.
The relevance of broadcasting regulation in the era of media convergence Akalili, Awanis
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 2 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i2.30619

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The Broadcasting Law Number 32, 2002 regulates about broadcasting media in Indonesia. Technological development that brings the media convergence era, becomes one of the biggest challenge for the broadcasting regulation in this country. One of the form of media convergence is the convergence ownership, that is the ownership merger of media company as various platform under one company name. Media Nusantara Citra Tbk (MNC) is an example for this. Using library research method, this research analyze broadcasting regulation relevance of the Broadcasting Law Number 32, 2002 in the media convergence era, particularly convergence ownership implemented by MNC. The researcher found from this research that the Broadcasting Law Number 32, 2002 does not yet include media convergence issue, in which convergence ownership is included. This law depicted only the limitation of media ownership, where the limitation itself is not explained in detail. With the unclear convergence ownership regulation, in this case, MNC could be freely expanding its business network of broadcasting media (TV and radio), printed media, even online media. Moreover, MNC also has the control to three of Indonesia's biggest TV broadcasting media, namely RCTI, Global TV and MNC TV. This urges Indonesia's government to act immediately by revising the regulation of media broadcasting to be adaptable to the era of media convergence, specifically to convergence ownership issue. 

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