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The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
ISSN : -     EISSN : 28091027     DOI : https://doi.org/10.15642/sarpass
Core Subject : Social,
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences (SARPASS) is a peer-reviewed journal published biannually by the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel, Surabaya, Indonesia. The SARPASS covers scholarly articles in the fields of political and social sciences, which include but not limited to, areas such as sociology, political science, and international relations. It welcomes academics, educators, researchers, students, practitioners, policymakers, and community representatives to submit their manuscripts at any time. The SARPASS owns exclusive copyright to all articles submitted to this journal. Article submissions are free of charge.
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USING ONLINE PLATFORM FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Anif Chawa
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2021.1.1.15-28

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The spread of the Coronavirus disease across the world remains unstoppable with destructive negative impacts on health and the socio-economic life of communities. Government, organizations and impacted communities have established various development programs to overcome these impacts. However, multiple protocols in combating the virus (wearing mask, social distancing or staying 6 feet apart and avoiding crowds) have hampered the distribution of these programs to the communities. This study aims to examine how community engagement process has been conducted by using online platform. The study sourced data from fifteen community development programs conducted by undergraduate students. Before the pandemic, these programs were distributed to the communities offline. This study found several online platforms which were used mostly by those students including webinar and meeting software, such as zoom, website and social media like Instagram and Facebook. These platforms were employed to conduct webinar, inform, and involve other groups or communities in the programs. As a result, the communities have become more active and familiar in utilizing online platforms to establish various development programs. However, this study also identifies some problems which hinder the community engagement process including online communication issues and lack of the accessibility of communities using the internet.
SOCIAL WELFARE AND RELIGION: A SOCIAL ACTION OF AL-KAROMAH MOSQUE IN THE PANDEMIC ERA Khoirun Nisa' Tasrif; Wiwik Setiyani
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2021.1.1.29-43

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The Covid-19 pandemic has colored socio-religious life to this day. One way to respond to the pandemic is by carrying out social activities that benefit the community. This article will discuss three academic problems, including; First, how did the idea of sadaqah centelan come about during the Covid-19 pandemic. Second, how to innovate social action with sadaqah centelan. Third, how the community responds to sadaqah centelan as social action innovation. This research was conducted at the Al-Karomah mosque in Wiyung Surabaya. The data collection method used in-depth interviews with people directly involved in the sadaqah centelan activity at the Al-Karomah mosque. Some of the research findings include; first, effectiveness, efficiency, and on target with the assistance provided by the mosque for worshipers who stop at the mosque or live around the Wiyung area; second, the implementation of the sadaqah centelan is carried out by taking the alms that the mosque management has provided for congregations who have economic limitations. On the other hand, those who can give alms can take the alms package program, which varies nominal value. Third, the community appreciates the initiation of the committee, which can provide convenience and comfort to the congregation. Sadaqah centelan is an effective and efficient strategy in reducing the risk of spreading covid-19. The innovation in charity teaches Muslims to increase social worship and create a social distraction during the pandemic can be an inspiration for other mosques in grounding alms in innovative ways.
The Involvement of the Incumbent's Wifes in the 2020 Regional Head Election during the Corona Pandemic Khalimatus Sa'diyah
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2021.1.1.44-55

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The purpose of writing this article is to examine how the incumbent wives are involved in the 2020 Regional Head Election amid a pandemic as part of launching their political dynasty. Even if you look at the current Coronavirus, it is feared that the moment of the 2020 Regional Head Election could increase the spread and transmission of the Coronavirus. However, on the other hand, if the 2020 Regional Head Election is continuously postponed, many regions will not have a legitimate leader. The approach of this research is descriptive qualitative, while to obtain data, the author uses secondary data from journals, news, and other relevant sources. Meanwhile, to dissect this case, the writer uses Anne Philips' theory of women's political representation, Schumpeter's concept of procedural democracy, and political dynasties. The analysis process begins with data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. The result shows that the implementation of the 2020 Regional head Election during the Corona period, which was attended by prospective leaders of the incumbent's wives, became a moment to increase the role of women in politics and part of the political dynasty.
COALITION CHOICE AND ELITE PERSONALISATION IN PARTAI AMANAT NASIONAL (NATIONAL MANDATE PARTY) FACTIONALISM 2020 Lavica Anky Riswanda Anky
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2021.1.1.56-73

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This paper seeks to analyze the causes of factionalism within PAN in 2020. The findings show that a combination of two factors caused factionalism. First, the policy regarding coalition choice after the 2019 presidential election and elite personalization within the party. We interviewed several DPP PAN (PAN's Central Executive Board) officials and collected documents from the media, previous research, and the party's internal document to obtain the data. PAN's coalition choice was divided into three key factors. First, pragmatism to maximize power (office-seeking) instrumentally by influencing the government's policy. Second, the ideological factor related to party elites' effort to return PAN to a centrist party based on the 2019 election results evaluation where PAN's proximity to Islamic conservatives failed to boost votes. Third, there is regime intervention through legal criminalization threats to several PAN cadres. The personalization of Amien Rais exacerbated this coalition choice in PAN. Amien's influence can bring PAN tendency to be Jokowi's opposition even though it is not a formal party decision. PAN's coalition choice policy led to divisions due to Amien Rais' camp support to the Mulfachri Harahap candidacy in Congress.
Big Data Analysis: How Public Response to Poverty Eradication Programs in Indonesia during COVID-19 Pandemic? Dian Rizqi Khusnul Khotimah
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2021.1.1.74-93

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Poverty eradication is the main focus of the first Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), namely 'No Poverty'. Nationally, poverty eradication is also implied in the 2020-2024 National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) on the first and second agendas. These are economic resilience and reducing disparities between regions. Various government programs are implemented to reduce poverty. The benefits obtained by the target community need to be measured to reflect the program's success and for government evaluation. Big data through social media analysis can be empowered to gain public perceptions of poverty eradication programs. Therefore, in this study, the Twitter social media analysis approach will be used to obtain public responses regarding various poverty eradication programs in Indonesia during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially the Family Hope Program (PKH or Program Keluarga Harapan), Cash Intensive Work (PKT or Padat Karya Tunai), Direct Cash Assistance (BLT or Bantuan Langsung Tunai), and Pre-Employment Cards (Kartu Prakerja). Those data were analyzed using the text mining method. The results of this study indicate that the public response generally accepts and supports the four poverty eradication programs in Indonesia. Those analysis results can be used as evaluation material and input for the Government to make the following policy.
Empowering Woman Through the Sharia Savings and Loan Program in an Effort to Survive During the Covid-19 Pandemic eko setiaji
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2022.1.2.167-178

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The Covid-19 pandemic has encourage more women not to return to work during the pandemic. This adversely affects not only women's welfare but also economic progress and women's independence. The Sharia Borrowing Program from the Sharia Cooperatives assisted by Rumah Zakat is one of the efforts to provide capital to women who have micro businesses in order to be able to maintain their business activities during the Covid-19 pandemic. This study aims to determine the impact of empowering women by Rumah Zakat through the sharia savings and loan program during the Covid-19 pandemic. This research is a descriptive research and uses a qualitative approach. The data collection method used in-depth interviews conducted to 12 members of BUMMas, Village Officer, Relawan Inspirasi and the management of the Mitra Insan Mandiri Cooperative in Gilingan Village and the Berkah Bersama Cikeusik Cooperative in Pandeglang Regency. The results of the study show that women who are members of savings and loan groups are able to take advantage of interest-free financing to maintain their economic business so as not to go out of business during the Covid-19 pandemic. Savings and loan activities are also able to educate members to set aside income as member savings in cooperatives so that they can become future savings. Through regular member coaching, there is a change in the mindset of members to no longer access loans to moneylenders who pay high interest. Keywords: Covid-19 Pandemic, Women Empowerment, Sharia Savings and Loan Program
Khabib Nurmagomedov: Manifestation of Public Diplomacy and Islamic Identity in UFC Mohammad Daffa Izulhaq; Raditya Abdurrahman Nugraha; Julang Aryowiloto
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2022.1.2.149-166

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In contemporary times, public diplomacy is not necessarily facilitated by a state actor and the diplomatic process could still be interrelated with many sectors, including religion and sports. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is one kind of public diplomacy arena in this context. In the UFC, there is a game of identity that is visible under certain conditions, for example, the one at the fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov, who is well known to have a very strong Islamic identity. This paper will dig into the manifestation of Islamic identity and public diplomacy in the UFC by Khabib Nurmagomedov from the beginning of his career in 2012 until his retirement. First of all, this paper describes the UFC as a public diplomacy arena, including the values it brings. Then proceed with the background of Khabib Nurmagomedov as a UFC fighter with his unique identity. After that, it will be explained how the symbolism of Islamic identity emerged and played in the UFC, with Khabib Nurmagomedov as the main focus. In the end, it can be concluded that Khabib Nurmagomedov has provided a unique position for Islamic identity in the UFC.
DOES PANDEMIC DECLINED OR MAINTAINED DEMOCRACY? : TWO SIDES EFFECTS OF PANDEMIC ON DEMOCRACY IN INDONESIA Eko Bagus Sholihin; Raegen Harahap; Yulion Zalpa
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2022.1.2.125-148

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This paper investigates two sides effects of COVID-19 pandemic on democracy in Indonesia. Majority articles on democracy and pandemic argue that COVID-19 pandemic has declined democracy in many countries, including Indonesia. This article, on the one hand agrees with the dominant argument, but on the other hand argues that the COVID-19 pandemic also contributed to maintain democracy. This paper bases democracy on Beetham's notion whose defined democracy as popular control over public affairs with the principles of equality and participation. In order to examine relationship between democracy and pandemic, we use three issues as case studies: the Minerba Bill, the Omnibus Law and data transparency issues. This paper uses qualitative methods and data obtained by literature study regarding civil society’s participation and control in public affairs during the last a year. Two main findings of this paper show that the pandemic has accelerated democratic decline trough two directions, they are from above and from below. Decline from above due to restrictions of freedom of speech and civil participation in public affairs. At the same time, decline from below occurred due to people cleavage in public health issues. In addition, disinformation spread by buzzer which redistributed by other people has been made this situation worse. Otherwise, pandemic also maintained democracy through strengthening civil society's networks and participation marked by strengthening digital activism network toward country’s policy and data transparency. It may be concluded that civil society play a crucial role in maintaining global democracy, especially during the pandemic.
MIDDLE POWER’S ROLE IN HEALTH DIPLOMACY DURING COVID-19: THE CASE OF MIKTA MEMBER STATES Nur Luthfi Hidayatullah
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2021.1.1.94-110

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This article seeks to respond towards the growing skepticism questioning MIKTA’s role in middle power diplomacy during the Covid-19 pandemic era. In recent years, the middle power informal forum MIKTA, consisting of Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey, and Australia has been accused of being dysfunctional with lack of significant contributions towards multilateralism. Moreover, during the Covid-19 pandemic, MIKTA member states struggle to resolve domestic issues such as rising infections rate and economic recession, which indicate their withdrawal from regional and multilateral affairs. This article proves otherwise. The author argues that despite facing domestic problems related to Covid-19, MIKTA member states remain committed towards multilateralism through exemplary domestic regulations and regional contributions in a new public diplomacy role MIKTA has never taken before: health diplomacy. This descriptive-quantitative research implements quasi-experimental method by selecting five states representing middle powers from various regions and examine their health diplomacy role in domestic, regional, and multilateral affairs using indicators from Neo-Liberalist and Constructivist perspectives. This article concludes that MIKTA member states’ role in health diplomacy remain essential in supporting global health diplomacy efforts during the pandemic. Domestically, Australia and South Korea’s effective Covid-19 containment policy have served as an example for other states to follow. Regionally, MIKTA member states’ assistance towards neighboring states highlight their commitment towards regional leadership. Multilaterally, all MIKTA member states have unanimously agreed on the need to support Covid-19 vaccine availability for all countries.
INTERSECTIONALITY OF POLITICS AND RELIGION IN GLOBAL POPULISM TOWARDS COVID-19 PANDEMIC RESPONSES Nuraeni; Yasmin Nur Habibah
The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): The Sunan Ampel Review of Political and Social Sciences
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/sarpass.2022.2.1.62-73

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COVID-19 has forced all countries to implement various policies to reduce the number of spreads. The biggest challenges in handling the pandemic mostly come from the public's perception towards COVID-19, which turns out to follow the same pattern or even strongly influenced by political views and religious beliefs where both meet in a populist trend. Even before the pandemic, a rife outbreak of populism had colored the world. Presidential elections in the US, Brexit in Europe, and the presidential election in Indonesia have become a battleground for populist views that have created such polarization. The polarization hinders most of the implementations of government policies and has also affected the handling of the pandemic. Besides that, the existing polarization in society has been aggravated by the growing distortion and misinformation regarding COVID-19. Even when, scientifically, the COVID-19 vaccine can be made and distributed. Conspiracy theories with political and religious backgrounds are the most widely used basis for doubts about the reality and handling of COVID itself. Even worse, various groups do not believe in COVID-19 or refuse vaccines, even in the high-literacy countries. This paper will examine the general symptoms of global populism in the context of the pandemic. The authors argue that this becomes a more complicated challenge for countries than making a vaccine or finding medicines in stopping the COVID-19 pandemic.

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