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Jurnal Dinamika Penelitian : Media Komunikasi Penelitian Sosial Keagamaan
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ISSN (Print) 1412-2669 - ISSN (Online) 2549-4244
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    • Authors: Ahmad Natsir
      Pages: 162 - 178
      Abstract: This article aims to discuss Raimon Panikkar's religious theory, which he calls
      the Cosmotheandric Vision. This theory is the result of Panikkar's experience
      of navigating religious life. Then this theory is implemented in learning
      management in the classroom. Therefore, Islamic education has always been
      directed at the transmission of rigid dogmas, which have resulted a generation
      that is less tolerant of differences. Meanwhile, at the same time, the seeking for
      a moderate learning model is still under debate and long discussion. This article
      answers at least two basic questions. First, how to explain the theory of
      Cosmotheandric Vision. This Cosmotheandric Vision emphasizes differences
      as part of the difference in the universe. Although the universe has different
      parts, all of them lead to one vision, complementing the others to get in harmony
      with direction of universe. Second, how to implement the theory of
      Cosmotheandric Vision in Islamic education. Islamic education has basically
      introduced the closing concept with the sentence “wallahu a'lam”. This sentence
      is in line with Raimon Panikkar's cosmos view, which explains that the logos
      will never be able to achieve God's truth (theos). The word “wallahu a'lam”
      has to be implemented in more depth regarding of truth the difference that the
      owner of truth is only One, Allah, while what educators teach is just a “belief”
      wich is far from the word “faith”.
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.21274/dinamika.2022.22.02.162-178
      Issue No: Vol. 22, No. 02 (2023)

    • Authors: Intan Septiana
      Pages: 179 - 203
      Abstract: Childfree in Indonesia is a new and further phenomenon because of a diversity of opinions that arise such as in terms of social society and the implementation of its laws. It affects values changes in childfree actors and social communities to have children. The essence of marriage to have children is a symbol of the happiness of a family and the sustainability of its offspring. The purpose of this study is to analyze how childfree can develop in Indonesia and how the legal validity is in the perspective of ushul fiqih. The theory of legal discovery used is Saddu az-Dzariah. Saddu az-Dzariah is to forbid something that the source may not be allowed. So that the emergence of childfree as a result of the development of increasingly advanced technology, such as social media affects changes in the mindset of the community to become freer without a filter on information from outside. In the childfree phenomenon that occurred in Indonesia, several influencers and artists began to publish their choice to do childfree. With this action, it seems to be a demonstration to do childfree. So that people who choose to be childfree are increasingly emerging, such as with the existence of childfree groups on various social media, it is feared that if more and more people choose childfree, there will be a childfree trend that will be followed by people without paying attention to the impact in the future.  Furthermore, if you look at the study of ushul fiqih childfree containing mafsadat which results in damage, due to the non-fulfillment of one of the purposes of marriage, namely having children, then with saddu az-DZari'ah it becomes forbidden because it can cause a generational disconnection or inconsistency with maqasid Sharia.
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.21274/dinamika.2022.22.02.179-203
      Issue No: Vol. 22, No. 02 (2023)

    • Authors: Handoko Sosro Hadi Wijoyo, Moh Mustofa, Moh Saiful Anam
      Pages: 204 - 222
      Abstract: There are many ways to save the forest, one of which is to make the
      concept of ecotourism in forest areas, both natural and socio-cultural
      ecotourism which is the local wisdom of residents. Local wisdom itself is
      the life of the village community which is one of the attractions of tourists
      from urban areas who have never felt village life, especially forest areas,
      or tourists who want to get peace in the village. In addition, the culture
      that is currently still believed by the forest community and has the
      opportunity to become a potential as a cultural heritage of the
      community. Ecotourism conceptualized is a form of tourism that leads
      to meta tourism. Ecotourism that not only sells destinations but sells
      philosophy. From this aspect, ecotourism will not recognize market
      saturation, the results of observations show that the forest area that has
      the potential to create Ecotourism is between two districts, namely Sekar
      District and Gondang District which are located in Sambongrejo,
      Krondonan, Klino and Deling Villages.
      PubDate: 2023-02-02
      DOI: 10.21274/dinamika.2022.22.02.204-222
      Issue No: Vol. 22, No. 02 (2023)

    • Authors: Andi Andi, Dede Nurohman
      Pages: 223 - 246
      Abstract: This study aims to determine how the transfer of knowledge is carried out by UD. Sari Murni (Jenang P. Lasimun), one of the SME-scale family companies in Tulungagung that can survive and thrive until the third generation. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study method. The object of this research is a family company and the subjects used are the predecessor generation, potential successors, employees and permanent consumers. Data collection techniques using observation and in-depth interviews. The results of the study found that there was some knowledge that was transferred by the previous generation to the successor, including product knowledge, company management knowledge, technical knowledge and philosophical knowledge. Knowledge transfer is given to all children of the predecessors in each generation from an early age and the selection of the next successor through the fourth of transferred knowledge typology.
      PubDate: 2023-02-02
      DOI: 10.21274/dinamika.2022.22.02.223-246
      Issue No: Vol. 22, No. 02 (2023)

    • Authors: Cipnal Muchlip M
      Pages: 247 - 262
      Abstract: Management of human resources is absolutely necessary in an institution or
      organization. Unfortunately, management practices in educational
      institutions have not been carried out properly and systematically. This study
      aims to analyze the practice of managing human resources in schools, especially
      in relation to the implementation of the independent curriculum. The research
      method used in this research is descriptive qualitative. Data obtained through
      interviews and observation. Interviews were conducted with teachers, principals
      and vice curricula. The results of the study show that (1) most schools do not
      have a special department in charge of managing human resources. (2) Schools
      enthusiastically welcome the implementation of the independent curriculum,
      although they feel that there are still many things they don't know and need
      to know (3) The independent curriculum requires teachers to have
      independence, self-integrity. An independent curriculum decmands that every
      teacher has learning and teaching independence, for this reason it is necessary
      to manage teaching and educational staff so that they are in harmony with the
      challenges of Kurikulum Merdeka.
      PubDate: 2023-02-03
      DOI: 10.21274/dinamika.2022.22.02.247-262
      Issue No: Vol. 22, No. 02 (2023)

    • Authors: Taufik R Talalu
      Pages: 263 - 282
      Abstract: This article aims to understanding on types of public speaking barrier along
      with solutions for communication apprehension in students of Communication
      and Islamic Department, IAIN Sultan Amai Gorontalo. A communication
      apprehension as a public speaking barrier is depicted based on the
      understanding of perspectives of cognitive and behavioral as well as types of
      communication apprehension. This research method is descriptive qualitative.
      The data obtained was collected from interviews and observations. The study’s
      findings reveal that: 1) the communication apprehension experienced by
      students is driven by negative thoughts and trends to avoid public speaking;
      2) the types of communication apprehension experienced by students are
      traitlike communication apprehension, context-based communication
      apprehension, audience communication apprehension, and situational
      communication apprehension; and 3) while preparing for a certain occasion,
      the communication apprehension experienced by the student is coped with
      shifting focus, having positive self-talk, doing exercise, and not memorizing
      material. In addition, the students do role taking, breathing exercises, right
      foods eating, and body exercises before performing.
      PubDate: 2023-02-03
      DOI: 10.21274/dinamika.2022.22.02.263-282
      Issue No: Vol. 22, No. 02 (2023)

    • Authors: Sulisytorini sulistyorini
      Pages: 283 - 300
      Abstract: This study aims to find out about the urgency of school principal
      leadership in achieving outstanding schools in the digital era. This
      study uses a qualitative approach, by seeking to explore the forms,
      factors, and implications of principal learning leadership in the digital
      era. Data collection was conducted using participant observation at
      MTsN 2 Blitar and interviews with the principal and five teachers at
      the school. The results of this study indicate that, first, the principal's
      learning leadership in the digital era is by creating a school environment
      that is responsive to digitalization, providing LEDs in each class and
      allowing students to bring smartphone to school according to the needs
      and material presented by the teacher. Second, there are challenging
      factors that come from within and from outside the institution,
      including human resources that do not respond to digital learning and
      external obstacles, the lack of funds from the Ministry of Religion for
      digitalization-based learning, and the lack of supporting infrastructure
      for digital learning in madrasas. The three implications of the school
      principal's learning leadership are the creation of a conducive digital-
      based learning environment climate so that institutional and student
      achievements, both academic and non-academic, are achieved so that
      they become national-level pilot madrasah.
      PubDate: 2023-02-20
      DOI: 10.21274/dinamika.2022.22.02.283-300
      Issue No: Vol. 22, No. 02 (2023)

    • Authors: Ahmad Rahayaan, Mohammad Ikhwanuddin, Saiful Ibn Hamzah
      Pages: 301 - 322
      Abstract: The intersection of religion and culture in Indonesia often provides new patterns in religious practice, including marriage. For example, the islamic marriage of Ahai Vau (cross-social class) in Feer, Kei Besar Selatan, Southeast Maluku. There are three social classs, namely mel-mel (top), riy-riy (middle), and ren-ren (bottom). This cultural prohibition consisted of the term kafā'ah in Islam. This study aimed to determine the practice of Ahai Vau marriage in Per Village and analyzed it from the concept of Kafā'ah (equality) in Islam. This type of research used descriptive-qualitative techniques, with the method of observation and interviews in data collection. The results showed that the practice of Ahai Vau Islamic marriage in Per still placed social class status as a necessity. So crosssocial class marriage was prohibited and considered a violation of customs. In Islam, someplace Kafā'ah is a condition for a valid marriage, but most scholars prefer to place Kafā'ah as a condition of luzum, a condition that must exist. Social class in Ahai Vau marriage is not a requirement for marriage because there are still two choices, cross-social class marriage, while carried out outside the village, and inter-tribal marriage.
      PubDate: 2023-04-04
      DOI: 10.21274/dinamika.2022.22.02.301-322
      Issue No: Vol. 22, No. 02 (2023)
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