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JICSA (Journal of Islamic Civilization in Southeast Asia) is an international journal published by Alauddin State Islamic University of Makassar (Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar). The journal puts emphasis on aspects related to Islamic civilization in Southeast Asia, with special reference to cultures, politics, societies eco­no­mics, histories, and doctrines.
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THE CONSTRUCTION OF SPIRITUAL-WELLBEING IN THE COMMUNITY OF TARIQAH Musthofa, Chabib
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This paper discusses the construction of spiritual wellbeing in the community of tariqah. Myths, philosophy, and science, have all contributes in proposing descriptions pertaining to the mystery of human beings. Welfare, happiness, and prosperity, are of essential themes within the main subject in the study of social sciences, particularly in the discipline of Social Work. These themes became a research trend in a number of Social Work studies towards the end of the twentieth century. The orientation or purpose of religion on its adherents is manifested by providing information and rules relating to how to behave well to themselves, to God, to other human beings, and to their environment. This regulation is more accurately described as a practical living mechanism loaded with commands, prohibitions, and suggestions that lead to establishment of legal categories for each activity in a given context. 
KIYAI AND BEJINGAN: LOCAL POLITICAL ELITE AND THE HEGEMONIC CULTURE Bahar, Moh. Syaeful
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this paper examines the issue of effective local leadership within santri in relation to the framework of building democratic governance at the local level in the community centre point. The author employs a qualitative research through case study. The main issue of this research is the political role of kiyai and bejingan in Bondowoso, East Java. This study indicate that the new trend, that is the socio-political power collaboration of the kiyais and the bejingans, does not have any positive implications for the development of democracy at the local level and for the critical awareness of society. In fact, with this trend, the hegemony and marginalization of the society’s political consciousness are relatively increasing. One of the major reasons is, that there are no longer two or more forces to control over each other. 
The Contribution of Siwalima Values as a Philosophy of Life to Preserve the Plural Society in the Moluccas Hetharia, Henky H.
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Local wisdom is a cultural product and strategy of local society that responds problems they are facing. The Moluccan people have a local wisdom, which is called Siwalima. Siwalima is a culture and philosophy of life of the Moluccan people that has universal values. The value is an ultimate value of the Maluccan people. It contributes and becomes an integrating force to maintain and unite the plural / multicultural society (the whole ethnic of Indonesia) in the Moluccas at present and in the future. Therefore, strategic steps have to be taken to function for the contribution. As a matter of fact, the focus of this research and article is Siwalima with its values as a philosophy of life of the Moluccan people. This research is done by having a qualitative approach. 
The Mode of Leadership in a Traditional Islamic Boarding School Muhaemin, Muhaemin
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The intent of this study is to elaborate the mode of leadership in a traditional Islamic Boarding School (pesantren) and explore in detail how types of leadership sustain the existence of pesantren in light of globalization of education. This study relies on qualitative research through conducting personal communication with the leaders in the pesantren as well as examining the literature which support the central theme. The research will focus on pesantren Mangkoso Barru, Indonesia. It represents a traditional pesantren in the region of South Sulawesi. The data will be collected from the staff from this particular pesantren. It will be analyzed systematically. The findings suggest that there are, at least, two leadership styles found in the pesantren, charismatic and transformational leadership. The first one basically takes place among the top leaders (senior kiais) of the pesantren while transformational leadership occurs in the middle leaders (junior kiais) of the pesantren. Both leadership styles strongly affect the sustainability of pesantren in the face of globalization of education. Moreover, the leaders of the pesantren are able to transform pesantren values into modernity which enables the pesantren DDI Mangkoso to sustain itself amid the fast wave of modernization. 
The Charisma Leadership Style of Kyai Haji Arwani Amin The founder of Y anbuul Quran Pesantren, Kudus Muflichah, Siti
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This paper argues the charisma of a religious leader from Kudus, Central Java Indonesia. As a kyai, he did not only inspire his followers, but also influence them. He was Kyai Haji Arwani Amin, the founder of Yanbu’ul Quran, the biggest pesantren for quranic memorisation in Kudus, and the founder and a mursyid of Tarikat Naqsyabandiah Khalidiah as well. It covers his biography, work and teaching. The perspective of leadership theory is included. Leadership at boarding school is strongly influenced by the type of charismatic leadership. A boarding school kyai as a leader is always synonymous with the type of charismatic leadership. People of the institution also have a very high loyalty to leader. With this type of leadership, boarding school was never abandoned by the people. It has been rarely found that the Islamic boarding school closed down due to lack of its students. 

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