Husni Rahim
State Islamic University (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
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Anatomi Madrasah di Indonesia

EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan EDUKASI | VOLUME 2, NOMOR 2, APRIL 2004
Publisher : Badan Litbang dan Diklat Kementerian Agama RI

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Anatomi Madrasah di Indonesia

Al-Madāris al-Islāmiyyah al-Tābi‘ah li Wazārah al-Shu’ūn al-Dīniyyah ka Madāris Namūzajiyyah 1946-1987

Studia Islamika Vol 4, No 2 (1997): Studia Islamika
Publisher : Center for Study of Islam and Society (PPIM) Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University

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When the Dutch colonial period, religious education are taken care of by the two departments, namely the Department van Onderwijst en Eeredinst to religious instruction in public schools and the Department Binnenlandsche Zaken van for teaching religion in Islamic institutions, then the Indonesian independence, the two are taken care of the Department of Islamic teaching religion. The governing must have different properties. Understanding the maintenance of the colonial period was more focused on observing, supervising, and maintaining religious education so as not to harm the interests of the colonial government. Being during the Indonesian independence, the maintenance is manifested in the form of foster, assist, and promote (organization) religious education.DOI: 10.15408/sdi.v4i2.783

Status dan Peran Perempuan pada Suku Besemah: Suatu upaya Mengurangi Tindak Kekerasan terhadap Perempuan melalui Pendidikan Nilai Berbasis Kearifan Lokal

Kafa`ah: Journal of Gender Studies Vol 8, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : State Institute for Islamic Studies Imam Bonjol Padang

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The research is to describe the status and role of women the Besemah tribe, South Sumatra. The researcher investigated the values of justice, equality, and respect for women in the  cultural community and prevailing customary practices. The study used a qualitative method. The researcher describes and interprets culture, social groups and systems focused on patterns of activity, language, beliefs, rituals and ways of life. This study concluded that the values associated with the views of the Besemah community towards women are catalized in six main points, namely: 1) women can have different status after marriage which shows their place of residence, their duties and responsibilities in the family; 2) men and women have different status and roles in society; 3) The quality that must be possessed by Besemah women is of good descent, has good manners, can cook and  skillfull at managing the house and caring for parents, husband and children; 4) the way to educate girls and boys is different; 5) men approach and propose to women with courtesy and respect. This view is the local wisdom of the Besemah tribe that can be developed as a value education material for the prevention and control of violence against women