Ijtimā'iyya: Journal of Muslim Society Research http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya <div style="text-align: justify;"><a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1470025610" target="_blank" rel="noopener">e-ISSN 2541-0040</a> <a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1476438012" target="_blank" rel="noopener">p-ISSN 2541-2736</a> is published by Postgraduate Program of State Institute on Islamic Studies, Purwokerto, Central Java, Indonesia. This Journal is focused on the studies and results of researchers on Muslim societies. The life of Muslim societies can be studied through various disciplines, such as economics, law, communication, education, application of technology, etc. The scope of the studies is not merely on Muslim societies in one single country, but it can be in various areas or countries in the world. This is intended to accommodate various researchers in different postgraduate programs.</div> Postgraduate Program, State Institute on Islamic Studies Purwokerto en-US Ijtimā'iyya: Journal of Muslim Society Research 2541-2736 <p>Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:</p> <ol type="a"> <li class="show">Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a&nbsp;<a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/">Creative Commons Attribution License</a>&nbsp;that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.</li> <li class="show">Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.</li> <li class="show">Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work (See&nbsp;<a href="http://opcit.eprints.org/oacitation-biblio.html" target="_new">The Effect of Open Access</a>).</li> </ol> Good Culture Cooperation in Organizations in Global Perspective http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1743 <p>Culture &nbsp;in a broad sense is a dinamic &nbsp;value system in a variaties of life that go on for a long enough periode of time as the result and or the attitude of human’s guidance. Culture is belonges to the people. The difference culture of a society fr om the other lays on the it’s development in fulfilling &nbsp;all of the society’s need. Naturally culture is very hard to understand ,invisible, implicitly, and usually to be considered as a usual thing. But all of the organizations develope a set of understanding and an implicited order that regulates the everydays atitude in the work’s place. Organization culture is a part of the existing culture. This culture is very important for the development of an organization both in the state&nbsp; and private fields as well. In the state field, often happened that the state program which has adificulty, and it is usually culter considerated to be responsible to. The values that become &nbsp;the loading program has not yet socialized or culture is considered to be&nbsp; very difficult to change. If there is a new value&nbsp; that its implementation&nbsp; needs and the changes considered to be a subjection base by the state to that new culture is culture</p> Ujang Cepi Barlian ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2018-09-13 2018-09-13 3 2 271 291 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v2i2.1743 Hypnosis in Islamic Perspective (An Analysis of Bin Baz's Fatwa) http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1623 <p>In the last decade, a hypnosis approach for various purposes in the life of society is already commonly used. There are some people who use it in the scope of the families such as hypnobirthing, hypnoparenting, etc, and the other one uses it in the field of education such as hypnolearning, hypnoteaching, etc. However, when reviewing the fatwa of Bin Baz, one of the great Islamic Scholars from saudi Arabia there is a prohibition on the use of hypnosis. The main aim of this study is to analyze the contents of Bin Baz’s fatwa relation to the practice of hypnosis in the field of education. The research method that the author use is the study of literature with an analytical approach of documents that is descriptive qualitative. Data is collected through observation and documentation, then analysis for the content. While the thinking framework, which is used, are deductive, inductive, and comparative methods. The main conclusion from the results of this study that the Bin Baz’s fatwa about hypnosis is weak or less because it has fewer arguments can be accounted for. There are a few things that have ambiguous meanings; especially the word hypnosis itself is being converted into "magnetic sleep." Through a study based on the latest science, expected quality of human resources especially in the field of education may continue to increase, as well as should be able to answer the problems of society.</p> Adnan Yusufi ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-06-28 2018-06-28 3 2 153 170 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v2i2.1623 Empowerment of “Prospering Mosque” with Islamic Activity to Increase Psychological Awareness in The Practice of Religious Tolerance http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1663 <p>This study aims to empower the mosque with Islamic activities in order to increase psychological awareness in the practice of religious tolerance. The method used in this research using Participatory Action Research (PAR) method. The Participatory Action Research (PAR) study was used to demonstrate a community with a dialogue approach and active involvement of researchers in order to increase psychological awareness and public confidence in the act. The steps taken by researchers in conducting research methods Participatory Action Research (PAR) researchers do learning in action, exploration problems, know the actors who work in the field, and understand the system. The results of the Participatory Action Research (PAR) study with the residents in order to prosper the mosque embody the practice of religious tolerance with Islamic activities in the form of performing id - al-Adha prayers and sacrificing qurban, reading shalawat berzanji, Islamic studies on Sunday morning, orphans' donations, and prayer at the mosque. These activities are arranged in order to increase psychological awareness by transforming awareness of tolerance between and interreligious.</p> Saliyo Saliyo ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2018-03-30 2018-03-30 3 2 1 20 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v3i1.1663 Implementation of Financing Compass for Welfare Partner Operational System Grameen Bank in Banyumas Regency http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1674 <p>Indonesia has a variety of microfinance service providers such as Commercial Banks, Rural Banks, Non-Bank Financial Institutions (LKBB), Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs), Savings and Loans Cooperatives (KSP) and other semiformal and informal institutions operating at the local community level. One Non-Bank Financial Institution operating in Indonesia is an institution with a group finance system - commonly referred to as Grameen bank. Its business objectives are to tackle poverty or other problems such as education, health, access to technology, and environmental issues that may threaten people and society. The research method used is field research with a sociological juridical approach. With the establishment of a poverty alleviation program involving many women, Grameen banks became one of the integrated institutions in public health programs by establishing sanitation and water programs as a health support product of its partners. This product is called KOMPAK and aims to develop financing products for the development of water quality and sanitation improvement among low-income people. Women Grameen bank actors are not only a target in the development of the business world, they also provide education on improving the quality of life and raise awareness of the importance of water hygiene and sanitation health. The company offers loans to economically active but low-income women especially those living in urban and rural areas.</p> Apik Anitasari Intan Saputri ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2018-03-30 2018-03-30 3 2 21 36 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v3i1.1674 A Citical Review of Homeschooling As Alternative Education in Digital Era http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1675 <p>Education changes from time to time. In the classical period scientists learn autodidactically with iqra, reading the phenomena observed in the universe. When the era of the industrial revolution happened, education in general are in a schooling system which stiffer and less able to optimize the potential of students, so comes the concept of alternative education that is increasingly in demand and becomes people's choice. One form of alternative education that continues to grow is homeschooling where the flexibility of learning programs is wide enough and homeschooler can study anytime anywhere and with anyone in accordance with their interests, talents and potential. Nowadays homeschooling get recognition from Indonesia ministry department of education and homeschooler are given opportunity to continue their education to higher levels in public or private schools in Indonesia and overseas. Today we are in the digital era. Implementation of homeschooling before and in digital era is certainly different. The digital era like the two opposing sides of a coin, on the one side give a positive influence while on the other side carries a negative influence when it is less wise to use it. This research is a phenomenology research that describes homeschooling as an alternative education and how homeschooling is done in the digital era. The data were obtained through literature study and field study with respondents of homeschoolers in district of Banyumas, Central Java, Indonesia. </p> Mira Purnamasari Safar ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2018-03-30 2018-03-30 3 2 77 96 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v3i1.1675 The Impact of Hajj on the Society of Bangladesh http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1676 <p>Millions of Muslims from around the world including Bangladesh pour perform <em>Hajj</em> every year. Being the largest gathering of the Muslims, the <em>Hajj</em> has got immense socio-economic and cultural impacts on every Muslim society as well as Bangladesh. Hajj develops a unique symbol of unity, equality, universality, co-existence, brotherhood, indiscrimination, peace and tolerance, through performing common rituals, among the individuals, societies and nations belonging to different races, castes, ethnicities, colors, and languages, which create differences in everyday life of human beings. Bangladeshi <em>Hajjis</em>’ views towards women are more positive as gender interaction is a natural part of <em>Hajj</em>, while it is uncommon in the country. The positive teachings of <em>Hajj</em> particularly of pure <em>Aqidah</em>, produced several revolutionary movements in Bengal such as the <em>Faraidi</em> movement of <em>Hajji Shariatullah </em>with the aim of purifying Muslim society from superstitious <em>Aqidah</em> and practices. <em>Hajj</em> works as a social platform of getting together for Bangladeshi people at Makkah and Madinah. <em>Hajj</em> has developed the private tour operating industries in Bangladesh to facilitate the <em>Hajjis</em>. Transaction of billions of dollars takes place commercially during <em>Hajj</em>, while many commodities are exchanged informally. The <em>Hajjis</em> enjoy a very special dignity and status in the society of Bangladesh.<em> Hajj</em> creates an inter-cultural amalgamation combining various elements of different cultures particularly of Arabian.<em> Hajj</em> increases knowledge of the <em>Hajji</em>s both experimental and theoretical through various means. Bangladeshi <em>Hajjis</em> consider <em>Hajj</em> as the preparation for death; and thus try to remain isolated from the worldly activities and observe the religious duties strictly. This transformative property enables the <em>Hajjis</em> to pursue a more purified life and they become a model of spirituality and religiosity. <em>Hajj</em> not only moulds the <em>Hajji</em>s into sincere and practicing Muslims, but also the society at large with their honesty and piety. Thus, <em>Hajj</em> brings immense impacts on the society, economy, education, religiosity and culture of Bangladesh. This chapter is aimed at analyzing the socio-economic and religio-cultural impacts of <em>Hajj</em> on the society of Bangladesh. It also included the perspectives of the society with a view to better understanding the influence of <em>Hajj</em> on the <em>Hajjis</em>, non-<em>Hajjis</em> and the society at large.</p> Md Thowhidul Islam ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2018-03-30 2018-03-30 3 2 97 128 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v3i1.1676 Social Capital: Trust Building as A Strategy of Developing Madrasa (A Case Study at MI Istiqomah Sambas Purbalingga) http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1725 <p>The developent of madrasa should not depend on financial capital, like infrastructure and media. There is another variabel which has an important role, that is social capital. If the two variables are maximally used by the headmaster, madrasah will increase rapidly, moreover that madrasa has geneologically the big mass basis. Practically, there are many madrasas that have that two modals, but only few of them can manage to be a power to develop madrasa.&nbsp; One of them is Madrasa Istiqomah Sambas Purbalingga, which uses social capital, espesially trust, as a strategi in developing madrasa, despite the fact that it does not stand under a certain religious organization.&nbsp; So, the research question of this study is how MI Istiqomah Sambas Purbalingga build and manage the social capital of trust. In addition, this reseacrh will find out a good strategy in developing madrasa and strengthening the social capital. To collect data, the writer performed observation and interviewed some informants and collect some needed documentation. The collected data were then analyzed and connected to the theory used and finally was made conclusion. The conclusion of this research is that social capital of trust was built by philosophical, practical and institutional trust. The inclusive character of madrasa can also help to build trust.</p> Munjin Munjin ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2018-03-30 2018-03-30 3 2 57 76 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v3i1.1725 Entrepreneurship Integration in The Islamic Higher Education Curriculum and Its Benefits for Muslim Communities http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1726 <p>Entrepreneurship integration in the Islamic higher education curriculum is a concept of curriculum development that is designed in harmony with the aspirations and needs that arise in society. Thus, the conceptual reference to curriculum development is expected to produce graduates who have competencies in the academic and entrepreneurial fields, have an entrepreneurial spirit by implementing entrepreneurial values and giving hope for alternative jobs outside their academic path. So that Islamic higher education graduates can compete in the job market, have quality and expertise, work ethics, creative and innovative ideas in their lives. This study used a qualitative research with a primary focus on curriculum studies in Islamic Higher Education through the identification of problems and needs based curriculum development of entrepreneurship. The final result of this research is the design of entrepreneurship integration in the Islamic Higher Education curriculum. The benefits of entrepreneurship education in the development of Muslim communities can be a spirit of expanding employment, encouraging economic power, the emergence of Muslim entrepreneurs and fostering a work ethic for Muslim communities.</p> Inayatul Ulya ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2018-03-30 2018-03-30 3 2 37 54 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v3i1.1726 International Mobility Based on Women Labour: Study of Changes in Socio-Economic-Cultural Family Former migrant worker Jakatawa Bulaksari In the village, District Bantarsari, Cilacap Seen From the Perspective of Islamic Economic Theory http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1744 <p>Migration is marked by international mobility occurs due to population growth which is not matched by the growth of employment. For women in the village who do not have a higher education and do not have a lot of skills, international mobility is a golden opportunity to improve their families' income. This issue is very complex but interesting to be studied.&nbsp; One of the purpose of this study was to Assess the social, economic, and cultural communities Jakatawa Bulaksari in general, particularly family / former international migrant workers (TKW) before becoming migrant workers, as well as how Islam views women migrant workers, it is well known that in Islam there are three pillars used to build the economic system in the Islamic view, that is how the wealth acquired over ownership (al-milkiyah), and how the management of property ownership (tasharruf fil milkiyah), as well as how the distribution of wealth in society (tauzi'ul tsarwah bayna an- Hoodoo). These three pillars, according to the researchers, the relevant applied in the case of Indonesian Workers (TKI), especially Labor Women (TKW) which is the object of this study were associated with changes in the behavior of economic, social, and cultural. This research was conducted by survey method is the explanation of descriptive research. This research was conducted in the area of Dusun Jakatawa, Bulaksari Village, District Bantarsari, Cilacap. Based on the findings availability of jobs in the hamlet jakatawa was very limited, coupled with limited human resources in the management of agricultural land, as well as the most supportive factor is the lifestyle of a consumer society, lack of education, which raises Hamlet jakatawa option for women to work outside the country.</p> Siti Nur Azizah ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2018-03-30 2018-03-30 3 2 129 149 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v3i1.1744 Therapeutic Aspects in Shalawatan Tradition (An Ethnographic Study on Shalawatan Communities in Banyumas) http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ijtimaiyya/article/view/1636 <p>This study aims to reveal and identify therapeutic aspects in the tradition of <em>shalawatan</em> in Banyumas area. With ethnographic approach, this study describe the various aspects of therapeutic in the tradition of <em>shalawatan</em>. It can consider the elements that exist in the<em> shalawatan</em>, namely the <em>shalawat </em>reading or <em>dzikir</em>, the relationship between the leader (<em>habib</em>) and its members, the atmosphere of relations among its members, and the speech content (<em>taushiyah</em>) of <em>habib</em> or <em>kiyai</em>. The substance that be presented is the psychological implications caused by individual rituals and experiences in performing <em>solawatan</em> tradition. The therapeutic aspect is essentially part of this study. There are many therapeutic aspects of <em>shalawatan </em>tradition that have been revealed in this research, namely auto-suggestion, togetherness, psycho-spiritual and group therapy. The next study can find other ones, for example the aspect of musical of <em>shalawatan </em>that sharpens the sense or the religious emotions of the doers, so as not to dry in practice religious teachings. In addition there is also a scientific aspect that is contained in the moment of giving <em>tausiyah (mau’idzah hasanah) </em>by <em>habib </em>and <em>kiyai </em>&nbsp;in a <em>shalawatan </em>forum, which helps the <em>jama’ah </em>&nbsp;to develop positive thoughts in life. Similarly,, aspects of self-actualization development, the process of self imitation (identification), and aspects of religious transformation that exist in the subjective experience of the perpetrators of <em>shalawatan</em></p> Muskinul Fuad ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-09-29 2017-09-29 3 2 171 194 10.24090/ijtimaiyya.v2i2.1636