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Values Based Superior Students’ Learning Behaviour

Nadhirin, N

ADDIN Vol 12, No 1 (2018): Addin
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The purpose of this research is to find (1) organizational behavior in superior school students learn (2) the source of values that underlies the attitude and behavior of superior student learning (3) superior student learning behavior in school and (4) learning interaction between teacher and student excel at school. This research uses qualitative approach and pospositivistic paradigm. The research data was collected by interview, observation and documentation. Technique of validity test data use triangulation, cover angulasi technique, source and time. Data were analyzed by Miles Hubermans interactive cycling technique, with cycle collecting, reducting, displaying and verifying. The subjects of this research are the leaders of madrasah, faculty, students and stakelholders of madrasah. Research location at MA. NU Banat, Kudus, Central Java, Indonesia. The results of this study are (1) Students who have good pretation in the field of academic and non academic are students who study in school organization unit that has commitment and spirit to go forward. A good and conducive organizational culture that is maintained by all members of the organization is very supportive to the achievement of superior and competitive student achievement (2) The source of values or outlooks that make the students become outstanding achievers is the accumulation of values formed from the religious family environment and dicipline, school environment consistent with the practice of religion in the school environment that inculcates values of virtue, dicipline in learning, honest, competitive and heed the norms prevailing in society. (3) behavioral typology and high school student learning attitudes are responsive stimuli. The more rules and structured tasks created by the school and the subject teachers, the students' attitudes and motivation will be more intense and vice versa (4) outstanding achievement students have a close relationship with the teacher. Teachers for students who excel are teachers who are not only as parents, as mentors, as well as teachers who can put themselves as friends of students, who can be invited to communicate closely and there is openness in various problems and teachers help students to solve problems encountered so that good achievement is greatly assisted by his teachers who are concerned primarily on non-academic issues.

Khaul and Maqam Thariqath in Sufism: the Analysis of Implementation Inside the Live of Sufi Thariqath Naqshabandiyah at Dawe Kudus Boarding School

Masturin, M

ADDIN Vol 12, No 1 (2018): Addin
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The core of all religions are surrender to The God, as the Creator of all universe. The term of surrender generically called Islam in the Arabic terminology. Personal surrender to God The Ultimate Being, as the most right a part of self religious attitude. This attitude do not consider which any form of the people religious formation. Furthermore, apart form from this religious personality really rejected. According to the conceptualization of religious personality above, the sufism prosecuted to spell out all it’s doctrines related to cultural and social analysis. The sufism assumpt about religious multiculturality as the only form of religion in the world, while the nature it’s similar, that worship in source of anything. The Sufi as they stay in some stage on viewing about God, he will look at Him as essence not as the outer side of His perception. This reasearch stand by qualitative approach. The result of research aim about correlation between religion and society are creates the influence of the two sides. The religion influence the society otherwise the society influence the religion. This reciprocal influences, between the development of society and the improvement of religion, as social and cultural realities that’s need to be wider understand and deep perception.

Moral and Science Integration in The Qur’anic Education Perspective

Asy'ari, Muhammad

ADDIN Vol 12, No 1 (2018): Addin
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Education is a very important factor for humans, because it can determine the progress of a nation. Man is not only directed to the increase of knowledge, but also moral or morals. In the concept of Islam, education and teaching must be integrated between science and morals. The approach used by the Qur’an in educating and teaching humanity is to achieve balance and harmony symbolized by hasanah fi ad-dunya wa hasanah fi al-akhirah. After man sincerely worship him, then burdened with education and teaching related to educating, teaching and guiding his soul, such as obeying parents, respect for the elder, love the younger and so forth. It is intended by the Qur’an that man is always holy and keep the holiness that God gives. While the power of human thought is directed to read and analyze and conclude the signs and signs of God’s greatness. In such circumstances the Qur’an will be able to give direction, educate and teach people to the path of ultimate life happiness.

Appraising the Moderation Indonesian Muslims with Special Reference to Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama

Zarkasyi, Hamid Fahmy

ADDIN Vol 12, No 1 (2018): Addin
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Indonesia is the country that has been widely regarded as home to a moderate brand of Islam compared to the more assertive political and militant Islamic revivals that have taken place in some of Middle East countries. However, recent series of terrorist attack and the emergence of groups that are categorized as extremist and fundamentalist in Indonesia have given opposite impression. This paper is aimed at appraising the the moderation of Indonesian Muslim. The object of this study is two largest Muslim organizations namely Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama. For this appraisal the author employs the selectively the criteria of Western scholars as well as Muslim intellectuals, since there are growing tendency of observers, intellectual and policy makers to pose certain criteria of moderation based on their own interests. General survey on those tendencies suggests that there are at least three categories of moderate definition: extremist, Western biased and Islamic criteria, each of which contain acceptable and unacceptable aspects that require further selection. It is from these acceptable criteria that the author attempts to appraise the moderation of Indonesian Muslims through the vision and mission of mass-organization, especially Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama as well as their education system. The study arrive on the conclusion that based on Islamic as well as Western criteria, the majority of Indonesian Muslims or the mainstream remain moderate.

THE LEADERSHIP OF THE HEAD OF MADRASAH IN ESTABLISHING COMMUNICATION WITH STAKEHOLDER

Nadhirin, N

ADDIN Vol 11, No 2 (2017): Islamic Civilization
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Educational leadership in madrasah is one of education management functions. Madrasah is a formal religious education institution which provide educational services to the public. The quality of education in madrasah can be known one of them through the performance of madrasah leadership and vice versa. This research focused on madrasah leadership in building communication with stakeholder based on Sunnah Prophet Muhammad saw. This research uses qualitative approach with post-posivistic and phenomenology paradigm with multicase design. The findings empirically in communication the head of madrasah leadership in establishing communication with sakeholders is: (1) to establish cooperation relationship with stakeholders element; (2) silaturrahim structured activities; (3) into the motor changes madrasah progress; (4) spiritual orientation and social capital to achieve financial and human capital; (5) together work based on the principle of expediency; (6) taboo to discuss about salary and position and embarrassment show property and property ownership; (7) position is trust and not purpose; (8) firmly in giving sanction; (8) supervision of madrasah culture background; (9) time and work discipline; (10) build relationships with graduates through programmed activities.

The Challenge of Islam Nusantara Against Terorism: Analysis Study of Islam Nusantara of Ulama NU Movement in Central Java

Mu'min, Ma'mun

ADDIN Vol 12, No 1 (2018): Addin
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The more widespread ideology in the era of global terrorism today has become a global concern, acts of terror committed national or transnational terrorists have been bad for the creation of a harmonious world order, pluralist and inclusive. Several countries collapse in the Middle East and Africa as well as the tense conditions in Poso has been the evidence of how acts of terror committed the terrorists do not recognize tribes, nations and religions. If this trend continues, then the life of mankind and civilization of the world will be damaged. Long before understanding terrorism rampant in Indonesia and the world, the scholars Walisongo through propaganda Islamiyah has offered the concept of Islam Nusantara, the moderate Islam that can adapt to the cultural heritage at the time. Islam Nusantara or moderate Islam is essentially Islam that gave mercy to all the worlds. These efforts Walisongo scholars ulama NU followed by the next generation until now. Rampant ideology of terrorism today is of course a challenge for the NU clerics spearheading the development of Islam in the Indonesian archipelago. This research will find: formulation of basic normatively and historicity and the philosophical concept of Islam Nusantara, formulated the concept of Islam Nusantara in the perspective of scholars Walisongo and ulama NU in Central Java, the dynamics of socio-political development of Islam Nusantara in Central Java from time to time, the public response in Central Java to the development of Islam Nusantara, and the contribution of Islam Nusantara in a moderate Islam that can create harmony, pluralist and inclusive in order peaceful world civilization.

Between The Sacred and The Profan:The Dynamics of the Memorization of The Quran among Children in East Kalimantan

Wijaya, Ida Suryani, Hidayati, Di Ajeng Laily

ADDIN Vol 12, No 1 (2018): Addin
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For Muslims, memorizing the text of the Qur’an is among the highest rewarding deeds since it has long been perceived to be the manifestation of the idea of guarding the religion. Persons capable of memorizing the whole thirty chapters of the Qur’an are believed to be spiritually superior and, thus, are rewarded a highly respected position in a Muslim society. However, to do such a herculean task of Memorization, one should start the job as soon as she or he could; as soon as early childhood. This paper, therefore, aims at exploring the dynamic inter-relationship between sacred and profane motives in the process of memorization of Qur’an among hafizes of Qur’an (guardians of the Qur’an) in East Borneo, Indonesia, by answering twofold questions; (1) What are the main determinant factors affecting the decision to memorize the Qur’an? and (2) how full-fledged hafizes of Qur’an see their huge efforts in doing such tasks?

Political Contestation and Reconciliation of Tarikas: The Shattariyya and The Akmaliyya in The 15th to 17th Centuries Central Java

Ismawati, I.

ADDIN Vol 12, No 1 (2018): Addin
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This article presents religious practices and its interplay with political aspect in the regency of Kendal, Central Java where sufism and other beliefs lived together in the 15th to the 17th century. It questions about the relationship of two main contesting tarikas back then; i.e., The Shattariyya and The Akmaliyya. This historical study aimed at analyzing factors which contributed to the above mentioned relationship. The study found political contestation between both tarikas to win keraton’s legitimation and people’s hearts. While The Shattariyya adherents mostly affiliated to Demak Sultanate, The Akmaliyya’s were faithful followers to the late Majapahit Imperium who tried to establish a new kingdom apart from Demak. Both mystical teachings of the tarikas were used to defend their political interests. It also sees that each tarika mutually weakened other sufi teachings and bargained for political positioning. Both tarikas however, found its way of reconciliation. Meanwhile, the development of both sufi practices may be better understood when it is attached to its social and political contexts.

The Waqf as The Social Institution and The Realization of Islam Nusantara: The Study in West Sumatera

Medaline, Onny

ADDIN Vol 12, No 1 (2018): Addin
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As a religion which concerned with the social, cultural, psychological and spiritual of the community, Islamic laws had the ability to answer the new problems, especially in all muamalah fields. The Islamic of Nusantara was the comprehension, experience, and implementation of Islam in mualamat of fiqih segment as the dialectical result among the syariat, cultural and  reality throughout the archipelago. The reality reflected on in waqf that became a dynamical ijtihadiyyat  laws along with the benefit which fulfilled the certain space, time and situation. The waqf as the social institution was the realization of the Islamic laws transformation to become a law formation which consisted of the funding system of tasawuf (ilahiyah) study and Islam absolute which grew as the social framework that had the ability to answer all the community needs in some of life fields which affected by the dynamic of space and time. In the context of social institution, the waqf was the  norm system which arranged all the human actions in order to fulfill the basic needs in community life, and it was  a part of  community norms which formed the social, religion institutions and the other institutions which protected by the state.

THE ROLE OF CUSTOMERSâ?? CULTURAL VALUES IN DEVELOPING E-LOYALTY: EMPIRICAL STUDY ON BSM KUDUS BRANCH

Ningsih, Ekawati Rahayu

ADDIN Vol 10, No 2 (2016): Islam and Asean Economic Community (AEC)
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Objective of the study this paper is to discuss result of the study which examines effects of customersâ?? cultural values in developing e-loyalty in globalization era and integrative model which based on relationship marketing theory. These customersâ?? cultural values include personal relationship, long-term relationship, credibility among organizations, and English capability. Design/methodology/approach in this study is using triangulation approach consisted of survey on 17 customers, interview with manager, and instrument data processing of 200 respondents based on Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), its result shows that there is significant relation among customersâ?? cultural values in developing e-loyalty of Sharia banking especially in BSM Kudus Branch. Knowledge provided in this paper is expected to be able to help bank manager in handling issues of decreasing customersâ?? e-loyalty of Sharia banking by cultural approach.