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JICSA
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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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Gender Portrayal of English Textbooks in A State Islamic Junior High School In Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia Azisah, Siti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v5i1a5

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Indonesia has adopted gender equality policy by issuing a number of law including Gender Mainstreaming policy issued by the President Abdurrahman Wahid with the Presidential Instruction No. 9 year 2000. This policy was already issued 16 years ago.  This paper aimed to examine the influence of gender mainstreaming policy on the textbooks used in Indonesian education as well examines the teachers’ perspectives on gender roles. Several research questions were posed: Did the policy influence the gender portrayals of the English textbooks used by teachers in State Islamic Junior High School?  Was any change in gender portrayals reflected in the English textbooks for all classes? In analysing textbooks. I used the content analysis with the following categories: visibility (visible or invisible); equity (balance or imbalance); stereotyped or non-stereotyped; neutral or gender based; progressive or non-progressive. The research uncover that gender mainstreaming policy has big influence on English textbooks used by the teachers in a state Islamic junior high school.
The Politics of Multicultural Citizenship: Problems, Challenges and Prospects of Civil Religion Institutionalization in Indonesia Hilmy, Masdar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v5i1a1

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This paper analyzes how the issue of multicultural citizenship and civil religion has been practiced and debated in Indonesia from political perspective. The writer argues that multicultural citizenship is closely associated with civil religion, in the sense that the latter is the way to objectify and strengthen the earlier. The problem is that the more civil religion is routinized and objectified in daily life, the less the sense of the sacred is. As soon as religion has widely been practiced by members of the society, it soon becomes secular, losing its religious sense since it entangles with local culture. Therefore, objectifying and mainstreaming civic religion must be accompanied by keeping its religious arguments in order to give the civil religion sense of the sacred. As a multicultural country, Indonesia has long acknowledged multicultural citizenship. Sociologically speaking, each Indonesian citizen can live side by side regardless his/her socio-religious background without any discrimination. Indonesian constitution (UUD 1945) clearly states that everyone is equal before the law. Nevertheless, Indonesia’s multicultural citizenship soon becomes at stake, especially when political and economic factors interfere into the public sphere. 
The Kalesang Values Contribution to the Students’ Success in the Faculty of Theology of Indonesian Christian University in the Moluccas (UKIM) Ambon Pattinama, Claartje
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v5i1a6

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The successful student of the Faculty of Theology in completing  his or her  study for becoming   a priest as his or her goal is determined  by several factors, such as: cultures,  Ambonese family traditions, motivations and commitments.Cultures and family traditions influence the success in completing his or her study to achieve his or her goal  for becoming a priest.  A student  who has hereditary priest in his or her family will be encouraged strongly by the family to become a priest.  To Ambonese people, becoming a priest is  considered to be a prestige.  Not only the priest but also his or her whole  family  are proud of becoming priests, even though they only receive lower salary compared to the salary of a state officer.   They will not mind to  receive lower salary as a priest in the world because they believe that they will have a big salary in heaven.  The kind of belief is rooted in the culture or Ambonese belief that glorying God has to be the first priority in everything they do.  The second priority is respecting  their parents or their ancestors who want  their next generations to follow their steps for working and serving God as  priests.
Indonesian Pluralism and Democracy Under Challenge: A Social Reflection Sahrasad, Herdi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v5i1a2

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This article mainly concerned on the reflection of pluralism practice in the Indonesia context. Although, this issue is becoming a commitment for the government to implement it in the wider context of society, a number of challenges have been demonstrated in this research proving that pluralism is still a common problem in this country. The author illustrated a lot of cases in different areas which happened that threaten harmony and peace in the Indonesia life. This research discusses both pluralism and democracy as the two important entities which could not be separated. To some extent, most of the people here have not yet understood basically about significance and meaning of pluralism. So that the side effect of the misunderstanding, sociologically, sparks up social conflicts and issues of identity  in  the name of God, religion or other primordialism.  
The Moslem as Minority Community in Democracy Process (An Analysis of the Regional Election Dynamics in Toraja Regions) Tamma, Sukri; Tita Ruslin, Ismah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v5i1a3

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This paper aims to showed the inclination that occur in democratic process associated with the presence democratization in the “Era Reformasi”. This era begin as soon as the end of Suharto regime in 1998 that considered to brought Indonesia into democratic period which also occur in the local level. One thing that considered as effort to achieve democracy is the implementation of Decentralization via the Regional Autonomy that was regulated thru some regulations, where today the new law is the Law No. 23 year 2014. That Laws gives more opportunity to the local people to manage their area based on their objectives context. It makes some local issues including local identity became important aspect in the regional social political dynamics including in the regional election. Through the directly electoral system where people vote became the most important factor of the results, some local context then becomes prominent aspects in the process. When a region occupy by non-moslem or the Christian as like as the Toraja lands consequently issues related to the Christianity becomes important thing during the election. That condition than becomes problematic for the non-mosleem people that also have rights to vote or to be voted based on the democracy values and the laws with the fact that they are the minority in that regions. Pictures from the Toraja regional election then showed tendency on how the moslem people positioned theirselves as minority in the political dynamics of the Christian majority land and what its implication to the social politics construction in this regions. Finally fact from toraja’s land will show whether  a unique condition as the contextual experience of the mosleem community as minority in particular region while in fact they are the majority in the nation.
The Implementation of Article 29 UUD 1945 as an Embodiment of Religious Tolerance in Indonesia: An Islamic Law Perspective Haris, Oheo K.; Yazid, Muhammad
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v5i1a4

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This article discusses the implementation of article 29 UUD 1945 as an embodiment of religious tolerance in Islamic law perspective. Religious tolerance has become an essential object, this because of pluralism cultures and various religions which have been naturally developed as well as accepted by all of the citizens. If this could not well-managed in an atmosphere of good cooperation, then it is possible that differences in religious culture would have trigger social conflict. The findings suggest on that article provision on 29 Indonesian Constitution contained; (a) Believing and god-fearing on Oneness God in accordance with human civilized; (b) Construct the respect  and tolerance among religions; (c) Admitting that every citizen free to worship and not to impose the will on other peoples religion. This respect is merely to look for and find out the similarity and equality that may have advantages as comparative materials.

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