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Jurnal Komunitas
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ISSN (Print) 2086-5465 - ISSN (Online) 2337-5426
Published by Universitas Negeri Semarang Homepage  [45 journals]
  • Social Vulnerability Monitoring System in Central Java Province

    • Authors: Widiyanto Widiyanto, Khaerul Anam, Gunawan Wiradharma, Aulia Nurdiansyah
      Abstract: The state must maintain the security of its territory. Regional conduciveness has a significant influence on improving the welfare of its people. A region, both central and regional, cannot be separated from conflict and social security. Kesbangpol is an institution tasked with maintaining conduciveness and early awareness of vulnerabilities in national unity, politics, community, social and cultural protection. In carrying out this task, Kesbangpol collects data from the field and then processes it and reports it to the government for review in maintaining regional conduciveness. The data collection process to the reporting process is still inefficient. Therefore, an information system is needed to collect, process data, and report information. An important function in the use of this information system is also expected to be able to map the current conflict so that the system can provide alternative solutions in handling these conflicts quickly and efficiently. Conflict maps are expected to visually describe conflict patterns from the data that has been obtained to facilitate and speed up the implementation of follow-up to the problems that are happening. In addition, with the application of artificial intelligence or a decision support system to the system, it is expected to be able to analyze the data so that it can take into account the warranties that will occur in the area and preventive measures can be taken so that conflicts do not happen.
      PubDate: 2022-08-03
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.33379
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2022)
  • Gejayan Memanggil: Social Solidarity in the Social Movement of the Digital

    • Authors: Biko Nabih Fikri Zufar, Sinergy Aditya Airlangga
      First page: 108
      Abstract: Many things change in society as a result of being influenced by technology, one of which is social movements. Increasingly sophisticated technology can drive or present social movements in society. Based on these conditions, this article examines the existence of technology that can produce a social movement in society. In addition, this article uses social solidarity theory; mechanical and organic Durkheim, with a view to seeing the solidarity that appears in social movements in the digital era. This article uses a qualitative research method with a narrative research approach. The result is that social movements in the digital era only prioritize mechanical solidarity, without ensuring equal distribution of awareness of the individuals or groups involved. On the other hand, a social movement in the digital era requires organic solidarity to be able to maximize the goals of social movements.
      PubDate: 2021-06-23
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.29562
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)

    • Authors: Dhiniaty Gularso, Arip Febrianto, Andi Dian Rahmawan
      First page: 119
      Abstract: It is important to educate children to inherit the ancestor’s tradition to maintain cultures as stated by Savira, A., Adefolake, A. M., Matsuo, M., Ito, M., Itoyama, R., Shiina, Y., &Sok, S. (2018). The society of Balong Disctrict in Yogyakarta are struggling to preserve the cultures of their descendents through Kawruh Pamomong Ki Ageng Suryomentaram (to educate truthfully, passionately and beautifully) to their children. The purpose of this research is to reveal the medium or tool to educate the truth, passionate and beauty using Kawruh Pamomong Ki Ageng Suryomentaram to children in Balong District. This is a qualitative research by employing interview data, observation, documentation and forum group discussion. Data analysis employs Zamroni which consists of notice things, collect things and think about things. The result of this research indicates that mosque is used as a media to teach truth, passion and beauty to the children in Balong District. There are four periods of activities being conducted: 1) daily, the Qur’an Education Park in the afternoon at 3-5 p.m, 2) weekly, reading Yasiin every Friday evening, 3) monthly, the Selapanan, inviting ustadz or Islamic teacher once in 35 days, and 4) annual, the Muharram week, Ramadhan Activities, Idul Fitri Quranic Reading, Idul Adha activities, Isra’ Mi’raj, and Maulid the Prophet of Muhammad SAW.
      PubDate: 2021-06-23
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.28967
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)

    • Authors: EKO SETIAWAN
      First page: 132
      Abstract: AbstractThis research describes the life of the community around the buffer village area of Alas Purwo National Park, especially Kutorejo Village Kalipait hamlet which has local wisdom in the form of a number of traditions, in the form of rules or restrictions that are still valid for generations. This local wisdom has the value of ecological intelligence that is maintained and developed and studied about the relationship of human activities with their ecosystems. Local wisdom owned by the community is used as a reference in the management of forest areas and coastal waters, both in the form of myths and abstinence. The center of attention from ecological studies according to Julian Steward is the process of cultural adaptation to the environment. This process is seen as a form of dialectical relationship in the context of interdependent relationships with others. The type of research used is descriptive qualitative with case study design. The results showed that the community around Alas Purwo National Park area has local wisdom in the form of a number of traditions, rules or restrictions that are still valid for generations that are then maintained and obeyed until now. The restrictions are in the form of a ban on killing peacocks and abstinence in the payang system.Keywords: Alas Purwo National Park, Conservation, Local Wisdom

      PubDate: 2021-06-23
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.29134
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)
  • Degradation Of Lampung Language On Marga Sekampung Community In Gunung
           Raya East Lampung

    • Authors: Linda Septiyana, Yeasy Agustina Sari, Hasanuddin Muhammad
      First page: 144
      Abstract: This study aims to: 1) describe the existence of Lampung language on Marga Sekampung community in Gunung Raya  2) analyze the factors that influence the Lampung language degradation on Marga Sekampung community in Gunung Raya. This study is a qualitative research. This study was carried out in Gunung Raya, Marga Sekampung, East Lampung. The findings of this study are 1) the existence of Lampung language on Marga Sekampung community in Gunung Raya in the cultural and social environment so far is still well maintained. However, there is a language shifting in the existence of Lampung language of Marga Sekampung community in family environment, especially the use of the Lampung language between parents and children as well as the use of Lampung Language between children and children. 2) The factors that influence the Lampung language degradation  on Marga Sekampung community in Gunung Raya especially on children or teenangers are their own selves factors, lack of socialization in the family environment, and interaction with their friends. Based on the results of this study, it should be for children and parents of Marga Sekampung community in Gunung Raya get used to using Lampung language in their daily life so that it does not become extinct.
      PubDate: 2021-06-26
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.30870
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)
  • Gender Performance, Gender Identity and Stigma in the Life of Cosplayers
           in Malang City

    • Authors: Dita Wahyu Putri M
      First page: 157
      Abstract: AbstractThe purpose of this study was to examine gender performance, gender identity and gender stigma experienced by cosplayers in Malang City. Gender performance that occurs repeatedly in a certain period of time is able to create a gender identity. Gender identity is perpetuated based on the repetition of gender performance in the lives of cosplayers. In his life, a cosplayer has gender differences in his life. There are gender differences when they become cosplayers and when they are in their social life. The existence of differences made by a cosplayer raises a problem. The problem experienced by cosplayers is stigma. Stigma is often experienced by cosplayers who have two genders in their lives. Gender changes that keep repeating make people accuse that a cosplayer is not a normal person. The intended abnormality leads to the sexuality of a cosplayer. The research method used in this study is phenomenology with the data generated is a description of the cosplayer's experience in playing her gender, forming her gender identity to the stigma attached to her body. Collecting data by means of observation, interviews and documentation. The result of this research is that a cosplayer's gender identity is formed based on continuous repetition. Gender performance is one of the processes of gender identity formation. The gender performance that is displayed is from imitating the character or character he likes. Gender performance is the cause of cosplayers getting stigma from their social environment. The stigma attached to this cosplayer then crosses gender in the form of sexual deviation.
      PubDate: 2021-07-19
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.28226
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)
  • Social Media use among Indonesia’s Generation Z: A Case of University
           Students in Bandung, West Java

    • Authors: Isti Gandana, Rivaldya Oktaviandy
      First page: 168
      Abstract: Globalization cannot be detached from the processes and results of global interconnections. As one of the most remarkable products of globalization, the internet appears to have become an important part of many people’s lives. Among the youth, social media is of particular prominence. This study explores the engagement of a group of Indonesian university students aged 20 to 23—also known as the Generation Z—in using social media. The study specifically attempted to inquire into ways in which they perceive social media to impact their lives.  Questionnaire and individual interviews were used as data collection techniques. Analysis of the data pointed to a high degree of ‘addiction’ to social media use among students in general.  The students also revealed both positive and negative impacts of social media use, thus confirming the idea that social media is a double-edged sword that needs to be dealt with carefully and critically.
      PubDate: 2021-07-19
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.28856
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)

    • Authors: Muslihudin - Muslihudin
      First page: 179
      Abstract: Within social structure inside society, there is a group called the elite group consists of small number of people who are at the top of the stratum of the community. The group has a big role in various activities in the community. Banyumas is one of the regencies that receive a Productive Migrant Village Program (PMVP) whose implementation is related to the group of village elite. The purpose of this paper is to show how the role of the village elite in the village community empowerment, especially in the implementation of the programs. The method of the research is a critical qualitative research method. The data are obtained by interview, observation, and documentation. An analysis of the study was conducted interactively. The results of the study are; 1) The implementation of the programs are driven by village elites, 2) village political elites are responsible for the success since the beginning of the program, 3) political elites and economic elites ally in the implementation of the productive migrant village program. Such pattern of village elite alliances can be used as a useful model for the success of development programs or the empowerment of rural communities, not only in the programs, but also in other community empowerment programs.
      PubDate: 2021-07-19
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.29144
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)
           Halal Bihalal and Christmas Together as a Cultural Basis for Religious
           Tolerance In Salatiga City

    • Authors: Ahmad Faidi
      First page: 190
      Abstract: The Setara Institute (in 2018) designated Salatiga City as the number two Tolerant City in Indonesia. The culture of togetherness, as reflected in the celebration of Halal Bihalal and Christmas Together, in the midst of the multi-cultural society of the City of Salatiga is a fundamental factor in the formation of a tolerant and mutually supportive life order. This type of naturalistic qualitative research, using a critical analytical descriptive approach, makes the Pengilon hamlet community its material object. The results of this study found that religious moderation which was manifested in the celebration of halal bihalal and Christmas together, became a medium for preserving the value of tolerance that was so effective for every level of society in Salatiga City. Such a cultural base can guarantee the strength of the four indicators set by the Setara Institute, namely city government regulations; government action; social regulation; and religious demographics, in the ranking of tolerant cities in Indonesia.
      PubDate: 2021-08-24
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.24621
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)

    • Authors: Septian Aji Permana
      First page: 199
      Abstract: Cangkringan community has a perception that the Merapi eruption is a gift not a threat or danger. This phenomenon can be understood as an attitude of wisdom of Merapi slopes to always be ready to live modestly with nature. This study aims to analyze the incidence of Merapi eruption in 2010 which has killed 347 peoples and found perceptions for readiness to face the threat of Merapi eruption in Cangkringan. This study used a qualitative approach for the perception of cangkringan peoples as preparedness to encounter the threat of Merapi eruption. Informant in this study were the Cangkringan peoples, caretaker of Mount Merapi, officials of Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) in Sleman, Yogyakarta and data collected by observation and in-depth interviews. The collected data were then analyzed by using domain analysis, taxonomic, componential, and the theme of culture. The results showed that Perception built over the years was not to face the threat of Merapi eruption, but gratitude of Cangkringan community to the gift given by Merapi Volcano in the form of extraordinary natural wealth. Community's perception of preparedness to face the threat of Merapi eruption in the form of advice or messages that contain high phylosophy value is eling lan waspodo. The presence of disasters are not preventable, but casualties can be minimized by preparedness action in facing the threat of Merapi eruption.
      PubDate: 2021-08-24
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.27071
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)
  • Islam, Religious Confrontation and Hoaxes in the Digital Public Sphere:
           Comparison of Bangladesh and Indonesia

    • Authors: Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman, Moh Yasir Alimi
      First page: 206
      Abstract: Religion has a considerable contribution to the creation of present Bangladesh and Indonesia. Historically, religious communalism is common in these two regions and its presence is visible to date. Like other countries, both countries are moving more toward digitalization with a good number of digital migrants, making the internet a digital public sphere. Like offline society, online is now becoming a place of religious dakwah and contentions as well. Digital space offers both opportunities and challenges for the democratic religious public sphere. This article discusses the similarity and differences of online religious public spheres between Indonesia and Bangladesh. The research was conducted in 2021 observing social media particularly Facebook. This research finds that the online religious public sphere witnesses online piety, religious deliberation, the spread of religious hoaxes, and Islamism. While in Bangladesh, online disinformation leads to religious communalism and offline violence against religious minorities, in Indonesia, the digital public sphere is largely dominated by religious discourses argumentation among Muslims and the rise of post-Islamism. The online public sphere of both countries similarly witnesses the rise of hoaxes, post-truth, and banal religion.
      PubDate: 2021-09-06
      DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v13i2.27223
      Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)
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