Not a member yet
    4206 research outputs found

    Negotiation Between Patuntung and Islam in Kajang, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

    No full text
    This research examines the relationship between Islam as a world religion and Patuntung as a traditional religion adhered to by the Ammatoa indigenous community in Kajang, South Sulawesi. The relationship between these two religions is not only oppositional or harmonious but also dynamic and negotiating. This research uses a qualitative method with a 'New Ethnography' approach, which pays attention to three aspects: self-reflection, polyvocality, and testimony. The findings of this research show that the meeting between Islam and Patuntung produces a hybrid reality, namely Sallang, which is basically a different Islam and another Patuntung. Sallang is a new reality that emerged from the meeting between Islam and Patuntung. This is clearly seen from Ammatoa's belief that the Koran is 40 juz, 10 juz revealed in Kajang, and 30 juz revealed in Mecca. This research provides a new contribution to the study of the relationship between world religions and indigenous religions, especially in Indonesia

    Offering Rituals (Sesajen): Synthesis of Religion and Culture from the Perspective of Islamic Religious Groups

    No full text
    This research examines the community's offering rituals to honor gods, ancestral spirits, and guardian spirits of sacred places. This ritual caused controversy among Muslims because it contained elements of shirk. This research aims to seek a synthesis of this controversy. This research uses a qualitative descriptive method approach with an ethnographic type. Data collection was carried out through observation and interviews. Data analysis uses interactive methods. The research results show that offering rituals can be synthesized from a religious and cultural perspective with the following conditions: 1) offering rituals are positioned as cultural events, not as offerings as in religion; 2) the meaning of the offering ritual is thanksgiving which is consumed by the community, not left to be eaten by spirits or ancestral spirits because it would be wasteful; 3) the intention of the offering ritual is only for Allah alone and is not mixed or added with other names. As in religion, the intention of sacrifice is for Allah alone, but the object (sacrificial animal) is for humans

    Analisis Manajemen Strategik

    No full text
    Strategic management is the science and art of planning, implementing, evaluating every decision of organization that can enable performance to meet targets and get goals. This research aims to describe strategic management which includes planning, implementation and evaluation of strategies at SDIT Citra Az-Zahra West Jakarta. The research approach and methods use descriptive qualitative using data collection through literature studies, documentation, documentation. Data analysis are carried out by collect of data, reduce of data, present of data, and draw of conclusions. Meanwhile, data validity use data and method and source triangulation. The results of research strategic management research at SDIT Citra Az-Zahra include several activities, namely planning including formulating vision, mission and goals, identifying internal and external factors, determining superior strategies, short until long-term planning. Strategic implementation is determining school policies which include government policies and the school's own policies, motivating educators and education staff by providing several awards, human resources allocated, and school culture. Strategic evaluation includes monitoring of plan and implementation, individual and school performance measured, and improvement steps taked

    Transcending Paradigm: Bridging Spirituality and Modern Science in the Thoughts of Nasr, al-Attas, and al-Faruqi

    Get PDF
    The research examines the transcending paradigm as a crucial intellectual approach, with scholars like Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas, and Ismail Raji al-Faruqi proposing a synthesis of Islamic spiritual principles with modern scientific inquiry. This paradigm aims to bridge the gap between science and spirituality, advocating for a unified model that respects Islamic metaphysical traditions while embracing empirical scientific advancements. Through a systematic comparative and analytical approach, the research thoroughly examines and critiques the philosophical foundations and theoretical frameworks presented by Nasr, al-Attas, and al-Faruqi. This study's synthesis of these scholars' perspectives makes it unique, providing insights into their efforts to move beyond traditional academic paradigms. Their contributions argue for a coherent framework harmonizing divine unity and cosmic understanding. They assert that true knowledge encompasses both the material and the transcendent, offering a holistic and spiritually enriched scientific perspective. This article contributes to enhancing the Islamic intellectual tradition by presenting a model deeply rooted in cultural values and responsive to the complexities of the modern scientific era

    Improving Social Skills and Learning Outcomes with Carousel Feedback and Inside Outside Circle Modification Methods

    Get PDF
    This research aims to improve students' social skills and cognitive learning outcomes in sociology subjects by utilizing the modified Carousel Feedback and Inside Outside Circle methods. This research is classroom action research carried out in two learning cycles. Each cycle consists of planning stages, implementing actions, observing and reflecting. Research data was collected through observation, learning outcomes tests, interviews, questionnaires and documentation studies. The results of this study revealed significant improvements in several aspects. The implementation of learning by teachers increased by 11.25%, while the implementation of learning by students increased by 14.36%. In particular, there was a very striking increase in students' social skills, amounting to 43.54%, and students' cognitive learning outcomes in sociology subjects increased by 60.96%. The implication of this research is that the application of the modified Carousel Feedback and Inside Outside Circle methods can significantly improve students' social skills and cognitive learning outcomes in sociology subjects. This has an important impact because it helps students prepare to face future challenges. With consistent improvements in the implementation of teacher and student learning, as well as substantial improvements in social skills and cognitive learning outcomes, this model is worthy of application in a broader educational context to provide greater benefits for students

    The Effect of Ewom on Brand Image and Purchase Intention in the Astro E-grocery Application

    No full text
    Electronic Word of Mouth (eWOM) can be used as a marketing method by companies in developing strategic brands. eWOM communication may have a strong influence on brand image and purchase intention. The rapid growth of social media provides a positive opportunity for companies to approach consumers through eWOM strategies. One of element that influences a person when shopping for daily necessities online or wholesale/e-grocery is e-wom. This paper aims to develop a conceptual framework that provides practical and theoretical insights into e-grocery consumers' use of social media as a promotional tool for electronic word of mouth (eWOM) and its impact on brand image (BI) and purchase intention (PI). Using a quantitative survey method with 26 questions, the questionnaire was distributed via Google Forms to 158 respondents selected based on followers and owners of Astro e-grocery mobile apps located in the Jakarta area and its surroundings using path analysis techniques in Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The finding is that E-WOM significantly affects Purchase Interest with Brand Image as an intervening variable. The results of this research can be applied practically to help company marketing departments and advertising agencies present information according to consumer characteristics to influence purchasing intentions. Theoretical implications can also help further research in analyzing the factors influenced by EWOM

    Implementation of Problem Based Learning Model to Improve Critical Thinking Skills on Asthma’ul Husna

    Get PDF
    This study aims to determine the extent to which the use of Problem Based Learning method to improve Critical Thinking Skills of Asthma’ul Husna Class 4B SDN Tambakaji 01. The formulation of the problem is How high is the increase in critical thinking skills of students in class 4B SDN Tambakaji 01 in the subject of Islamic Religious Education and Ethics material Asthma’ul Husna using the Problem Based Learning (PBL) learning model? How can the Problem Based Learning (PBL) learning model improve the critical thinking skills of students in class 4B SDN Tambakaji 01 in learning activities of Islamic Religious Education and Ethics material Asthma’ul Husna ? Collaborators in this class action research are Senior PAI Teacher Peers. This research is a Classroom Action Research consisting of 2 cycles, each cycle consisting of 4 stages, namely planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The data collection methods used were observation and documentation. Data analysis in this study is by comparing the achievement of grades with criteria for achievement of learning objectives 70-75 and is characterized by an increase in the Classical Completeness Criteria in each cycle. Data collection is done by looking at the critical thinking skills of students during learning activities. From the analysis of the data obtained, it can be concluded that there is an increase in the critical thinking skills of students in the pre-cycle, cycle I and cycle II shows that the critical thinking skills of students have increased, students with scores below Criteria for Achievement of Learning Objectives in the pre-cycle were 52%, in cycle I decreased to 26%, cycle II decreased to 0%. So there is an increase in students in critical thinking skills from 48% to 74%, or an increase of 100%. With this increase, it has shown success in this classroom action research. The classroom action research target on improving critical thinking skills has shown the planned results, namely 85% of active students in the implementation of learning in Cycle I

    Complexity of Conflict for Islamic Educational Management Student; Humanistic Approach as a Solution

    Get PDF
    The realm of Islamic educational management is not immune to conflicts, which can arise from various sources such as differing ideologies, cultural disparities, or administrative challenges. This study delves into the multifaceted dimensions of conflicts faced by Islamic educational management students. By employing a humanistic approach, this research seeks to unravel the intricate layers of conflicts within the context of Islamic education and offers innovative solutions to mitigate their adverse effects. Drawing from theories rooted in humanism, the study explores the psychological and sociocultural aspects of conflict resolution, emphasizing empathy, understanding, and effective communication. Through in-depth qualitative analysis and case studies, the research provides valuable insights into the root causes of conflicts, enabling Islamic educational management students to cultivate a harmonious learning environment. This study not only contributes to the academic discourse but also equips future leaders in Islamic education with practical strategies to navigate conflicts, fostering a conducive atmosphere for holistic learning and personal growth

    Information Security Awareness Analysis on Digital Bank Customer Using Analytic Hierarchy Process: Case Study at XYZ Application from Bank ABC

    Get PDF
    Digital banking is an innovation from banks to deal with the high demand of the retail customer. This study aims to analyse and measure the level of information security awareness of the customers of XYZ as one of the digital banks in Indonesia and provide recommendations for steps that need to be taken to reduce fraud cases caused by customer negligence. Focus areas that included in this research are the adaptation and extension of the HAIS-Q framework and becoming a new theoretical framework to measure information security awareness for end-user. The measurement is carried out by distributing questionnaires with five Likert scales to 385 respondents and then processed using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method which involves eight experts measuring the weight of several identified focus areas and then classified using the Kruger scale. The information security awareness measurement has a result of 81,9770 which indicates that the information security awareness of XYZ users has a good level. The results of data processing show that there are two focus areas and ten focus sub-area that is still not in the good category. In addition, several recommendations are given to XYZ so that the focus areas and sub-areas that are not categorized as good can be improved to make sure the information security awareness of XYZ users becomes better

    From Uyghur Muslims in China to the Uyghur Diaspora in Southeast Asia: A Political Reflection

    Get PDF
    This article discusses the problems of the Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, People's Republic of China, who have experienced mistreatment and violence from the communist regimes of Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, Zhu Rongji, and Xi Jinping. Despite facing this treatment, the Uyghur Muslim minority has received criticism and negative labels for their resistance. The world community has also shown little attention to the Uyghur issue. This article aims to reveal the dynamics among Uyghur Muslims as they shift from nationalistic interests to their participation in acts of terrorism. This article uses a descriptive-analytical qualitative method based on data obtained from interviews, documents and literature studies. This article also explores the novelty of this topic by discussing the impact and implications of Uyghur Muslim involvement in global jihadist groups. For example, this article shows that thousands of Uyghur Muslims have become diasporas in other countries (Turkey, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Middle East, Southeast Asia, etc.) seeking solutions to their problems, while being in a difficult and disadvantageous position . This article also explores the magnitude and extent of the activities and presence of Uyghur Muslims in Indonesia, such as in Aceh, Jakarta and Papua


    full texts


    metadata records
    Updated in last 30 days.
    Access Repository Dashboard
    Do you manage Open Research Online? Become a CORE Member to access insider analytics, issue reports and manage access to outputs from your repository in the CORE Repository Dashboard! 👇