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JSR focuses on disseminating researches on social and religious issues within Muslim community, especially related to issue of strengthening civil society in its various aspects. Besides, JSR also receive an article based on a library research, which aims to develop integrated sociological theories with Islamic studies, such as a discourse on Prophetic Social Science, Transformative Islam, and other perspectives.
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Ruang Publik dan Ekspresi Keberagaman Perempuan Berjilbab di Yogyakarta Sunesti, Yuyun
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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Veiling in contemporary Indonesia does not have a single meaning. It has variousmeanings since many women have worn it with a variety of forms. This study usesa feminist ethnography, where researchers directly involved in the daily livesof respondents to know the meaning behind their veils, the perception and theconsequences of their veiling choices which is specifically recorded through thelinkage between women’s veiling in Yogyakarta and the choice of their publicspaces. Additionally, this study wants not only to explore the experiences ofwomen through women´s point of view, but also to show the diversity of women´sway of religiousness through their veil and how they live with the social worldaround them.
Trauma Perang Salib dalam Hubungan Islam-Barat Affan, Mohammad
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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The Crusade taking place during two centuries (1095-1291 AD) was the beginning of large-scale confrontation between Islam and Western Christianity. Although the Crusades ended eight centuries ago, but it still lingers in the mind of Western Christians and some Muslims. The subsequent conflicts between both sides have been always linked to the Crusades. For example, colonialism and imprealism of Western to the East during the 18th, 19th, and 20th century is considered as a continuation of the Crusades. In addition, the war against terrorism that the United States campaigned for the post September 11, 2001 propagated as the 2nd Crusades. Similarly, the invasion of the United States and its allies against Iraq and Afghanistan is refering the arrogances of West against Islam. These facts indicate that a huge trauma caused by the Crusades still entrenched in the minds of most of the psycho-historical Western and Muslim. Therefore, to promote a harmonious relationship between the West and Islam, the perceptions and negative images of Islam in the eyes of the West and vice versa, should be neutralized. The history has proven that when peace and truce conducted during the period of the Crusades, both parties could work together in trade and economy. In the current global context, the cooperation must be expanded. Through good cooperation and mutual benefit, suspicion and prejudice to each other will eventually fade.
Dinamika Politik Kaum Muda Indonesia: Dialektika Politik Nasional dan Lokal Jurdi, Syarifuddin
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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The Crusade taking place during two centuries (1095-1291 AD) was the beginning of large-scale confrontation between Islam and Western Christianity. Although the Crusades ended eight centuries ago, but it still lingers in the mind of Western Christians and some Muslims. The subsequent conflicts between both sides have been always linked to the Crusades. For example, colonialism and imprealism of Western to the East during the 18th, 19th, and 20th century is considered as a continuation of the Crusades. In addition, the war against terrorism that the United States campaigned for the post September 11, 2001 propagated as the 2nd Crusades. Similarly, the invasion of the United States and its allies against Iraq and Afghanistan is refering the arrogances of West against Islam. These facts indicate that a huge trauma caused by the Crusades still entrenched in the minds of most of the psycho-historical Western and Muslim. Therefore, to promote a harmonious relationship between the West and Islam, the perceptions and negative images of Islam in the eyes of the West and vice versa, should be neutralized. The history has proven that when peace and truce conducted during the period of the Crusades, both parties could work together in trade and economy. In the current global context, the cooperation must be expanded. Through good cooperation and mutual benefit, suspicion and prejudice to each other will eventually fade.
Budaya Berbagi Pengetahuan dan Pengembangan Sumber Daya Manusia: Kasus Gerakan Free Software dan Dounjinshi Culture Dewi, Ambar Sari
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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From year to year, Indonesia’s position in the list of Human Development Index declined. One of them is because the quality of education. This resulted in low human qualities. Though today’s technology, opportunities to enhance the capabilities and qualityare wide open. Dounjinshi free software movement and culture are examples of cases used in this paper to explain how to improve the quality of human resources through knowledge sharing culture.
Lagu “ABC (Ada Banyak Cara)” Karya Trio Bimbo Dalam Analisis Wacana Michel Foucault Ubaidillah, Ubaidillah
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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of Indonesia nowadays. Lyric of a song “ABC (Ada Banyak Cara)” by Trio Bimbo that becomes the focus of study in this paper is interesting to be studied, considering the Trio Bimbo is famous musicians who focused on religious themes, voicing out his heart in criticizing the government. The discourse theory of Michel Foucault,in which his discourse of language is closely related to who is in power in the region, is used to analyze this song.The result founds that the discourse of language in the ABC song is representation the mercy of the people, in this case represented by Trio Bimbo sound, such as naikkan gaji sendiri, duduk sidang terus mimpi, jaksa hakim wiraswasta, and other discordant expressions that criticize the government. Trio Bimbo does not hesitate to cast his criticism of the government by voicing the discourse of language which is considered as a direct criticism, without the subtle innuendo. If this happens in the Orde Baru era, the discourse of language must be prohibited by the government, because they were in power at that time. However, after the fall of Orde Baru, resime people have the power to create their own linguistic discourse.
Strategi Bertahan Hidup Pedagang Kaki Lima (PKL) Hayat, Muhammad
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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Indonesian development policy which tends to focus on the growth model has implied on the high concentration of city development. Cities, in fact, finally become spaces where city dwellers and city new comers tightly complete each other to grab the available capital. The qualified new comers who possess good competence are able to survive in the city. Those people will be able to enjoy the delicious economic cakes which are abundantly scattered. However, the incompetent new comers may only taste the remnants of the economic cake. That is the most rational choice for the incompetent. According to Max Weber, this phenomenon shows an instrumental social action. It means that the measurement of profit and loss has been the most important part of their actions.Indeed, most of the new comers do not have special competence. They only depend on their physical strength in order to survive. In Karl Marx’s terminology, an individual who does not possess an ability to control the production factors (for example: natural resources, human resources, capital) will only depend on their body (physical strength) in order to survive. Therefore the informal sectors become the most rational choice. Hence street vendors, construction workers, parking attendants and other informal jobs have been the common views in the cities.This paper is trying to portray one of the informal sectors in the cities namely street vendors. Their survival strategy in the competitive city life is a point of view which is being explained and focused in this paper.
Struktur dan Kultur Dominasi: Relasi Agensi dan Strukturasi dalam Pembentukan Kultur Prajurit TNI Angkatan Darat pada Era Reformasi Sihotang, K.J.
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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Institutionally, the Indonesian National Military (TNI) in the New Order era dominated the social and political system in Indonesia. The domination ended by the falling of the Soeharto regime and the emergence of the Reformation era.Nevertheless, the TNI has not undertaken cultural reformation especially on the military-cultural personnel although institutionally it has done so. On the military-cultural personnel aspect, the TNI personnel culture is still dominated by the long-existing feudalistic. This work, therefore, focuses on the practices of discipline, loyalty and militancy as the three basics of the culture of the TNI personnel.To discuss the issue, this project employs the agency and structure of Anthony Giddens and habitus of Pierre Bourdieu theories for analytical purposes.
Pengaruh Budaya Organisasi Terhadap Kinerja Karyawan UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta Sulistyaningsih, Sulistyaningsih; Dewi, Ambar Sari; Wijayanti, Yani Tri
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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The ttransformation of IAIN (State Islamic Institute) Sunan Kalijaga becomes a State Islamic University (UIN) Sunan Kaijaga has demand a reformation and one of them is in the field of human resources governance. The human resources has become one of the important assets for the sustainability of the activityies in the UIN Sunan Kalijaga. Human resources at UIN Sunan Kalijaga include: (1) lecturers, (2) administrative personnel, (3) of functional staff except lecturers (researchers, librarians, and archivists). Along with progress in the transformation into a university, UIN Sunan Kalijaga has received ISO 9001:2008 from TUV Rheiland on September 10, 2009. This study focuses on the services provided by employees (personnel administration). In its implementation on the ground was still found how the performance of employees at UIN Sunan Kalijaga have not maximum and satisfy yet. Based on this background, this study proposed the formulation of the problem as follows: Is there any influence of organizational culture on the employee performance in UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta? Theory used in this study is the theory related to organizational culture and employee performance. The method which is used is a quantitatively method. The population of this study is overall of UIN Sunan Kalijaga employees totaling 498 people, with a sample of 222 respondents. Research Location is UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta. Techniques of data collection is done by providing the questionnaire as the primary data and the the utilization of secondary data (reports, magazines, etc.). Test the validity of data is done by using a correlation product moment and the Cronbach Alpha reliability test (variables studied cronbach declared reliable if the value of alpha (α) is above the table or above r 0.600). Meanwhile the analysis using simplified linear regression analysis. This analysis is used to measure the influence of organizational culture on employee performance by use of a significant level (α) of 5%. From the research results that have been done acquired the following results: First, the relationship between Organizational Culture by Employee Performance of 0.619, and significant direction. Second, the effect of frequency of Organizational Culture on Employee Performance by 38.3% remainder 61.7% is influenced by the outside factors of this regression model. Third, the tendency for the affected Employee Performance Organizational Culture generally experienced reduction decline. Third, the tendencies for the affected Employees Performance are influenced by the Organizational Culture generally experienced reduction.
Resistensi Mahasiswa terhadap Kebijakan Kampus di UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta Suliadi, Suliadi
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 2 (2012): Islam dan Gerakan Sosial
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The student resistance to the authority is a history that cannot be separated from the long journey of each country. Student involvement in the process of changes for their nation in every movement of history cannot be denied. Students as intellectual get a job to be responsible for the social and economic situation of the political nation.History has many notes that the changes in social systems, economics, and politics in many countries are the outcome of the intellectuals that was pioneered by the students. Role of students in Indonesia is not a stranger within each change. The achievement of the independence of Indonesia cannot be separated from the role of students who at the time as one of the component of who participated inside.Various resistances of students against the college policy has always colored the dynamics of college life, this is what later became the base of growing various movement organizations in Yogyakarta, even in the progress up to now only UIN, which still survive dialectical process of the student movement. That is the background theme of this research.The research was done at UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta. This study uses Michel Foucault’s theory of power relations and knowledge, as well as his theory of resistances JC scott. The method used is a descriptive of qualitative, while the techniques of data collection be done in several ways, namely direct observation (direct observation), participation (direct participation), interview (interview), and document analysis. Techniques of data analysis is started by studying all of the data acquired, reducing the data by creating an abstraction, coding (categorizing data), reconstruction (rearrangements), and finally to do the interpretation of the obtained data.The results of this study indicate that the resistances of students at UIN Sunan Kalijaga formed thebackground by two factors, objective and subjective factors. Objectively factor is the situation of national education that has capitalised and also has affected to the dynamics life in the UIN Sunan Kalijaga. More subjective factors refers to the awareness of students about the role of their social position as a student, as the agents of change and agents of control. A blend of value awareness with objective facts that are inconsistent with expectation later gave birth to resistance. Resistance becomes the biological child of a student combination awareness of the objective situation in education.Meanwhile, a form of resistance has performed by students existing two kinds, in an organized and individually. The organized forms such as: long march action, rector occupation, free speech, as well as publishing leaflets. Whereas resistance is performed by an individual for example: through the articles sent to mass media, mass media both in the form of a daily newspaper and news media students in the internal UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta.
Konfigurasi lslam lndonesia Kontemporer Qodir, Zuly
Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 6, No 1 (2011): Islam dan Perubahan Sosial
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This paper wants to discuss about the various forms of Indonesian Islam in the contemporary era. The study conducted several configurations of Islamis Indonesia as the Islamic revivalist, modernist, neo traditionalist until the progressive. To discuss the configuration of contemporary Indonesian Islam used the political sociology perspective that developed by observers of Islam such as John L Esposito, Wiliam Shepartz and Azyumardi Azra.