SANGKéP: Jurnal Kajian Sosial Keagamaan <p style="text-align: justify;"><em><strong>SANGKéP: Jurnal Kajian Sosial Keagamaan</strong> </em>enlisted with <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">e-ISSN 2656-0798</a> and <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">p-ISSN 2654-6612</a> and published per semester on January-June and July-December by <span lang="EN-US">the Department of Sociology of Religion Faculty of Ushuluddin and Religious Studies of <em>Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram</em></span><em> </em>in collaboration with the Indonesian Religious Sociology Association (ASAGI). <strong>Sangkép </strong>is published twice a year and nationally accredited by<em> Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (Kemendikbudristek),</em><strong> Sinta 3 </strong><em>Nomor: <strong><a title="SK Jurnal Sangkep" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">72/E/KPT/2024</a> (15<sup>th</sup> May 2024).</strong></em> This Journal focuses on contemporary religious social issues in Indonesia, related to religious sociology, religion and local wisdom, religion and media, religion and tourism, religion and community empowerment, religion and social-economic-politics and other actual issues relevant to the focus and scope of journal.</p> <p><strong>Journal Title</strong> : SANGKéP: Jurnal Kajian Sosial Keagamaan<strong><br />Language</strong> : English<strong><br />Acreditation : Sinta 3</strong> nomor: <a title="SK Jurnal Sangkep" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">72/E/KPT/2024</a> <strong><br /></strong><strong>Frequency </strong>:<strong> </strong>2 issues per year<br /><strong>DO</strong><strong>I </strong>:10.20414/sangkep.v2i2. <br /><strong>Online ISSN </strong><strong>: </strong><a title="issn online" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2656-0798 </a><br /><strong>Printed ISSN </strong><strong>:</strong> <a title="issn cetak" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2654-6612</a><br /><strong>Publisher : </strong>UIN Mataram dan Asosiasi Sosiologi Agama Indonesia (ASAGI)<br /><strong>Citation Analysis : </strong><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Moraref,</a> <a href="!" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Garuda, </a><a href=";user=AIfVcgEAAAAJ" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Google Scholar,</a> <a href=";search_type=kws&amp;search_field=full_search" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Dimensions</a><em><br /></em><strong>Editor in Chief : </strong><a href=";hl=id&amp;oi=ao" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Suparman Jayadi</a><br /><strong>OAI : </strong><strong><br /></strong>Sangkép: Jurnal Kajian Sosial Keagamaan is licensed under <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) <img src="blob:" /></a></p> en-US <p>Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under the Creative Commons <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Attribution International License (CC BY 4.0)</a> that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the works authorship and initial publication in this journal. Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journals 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. 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 <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Open Access</a> <em>Sangkép: Jurnal Kajian Sosial Keagamaan</em>).</p> (Suparman Jayadi) (Saliki) Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE AS THE FOUNDATION OF RELIGIOUS ANTI-VIOLENCE <div><span lang="EN-US">The focus of this research aims to explore the views of Armada Riyanto and Pope Francis on anti-violence dialogue, especially in the context of prevention and reconciliation. This research will go through an analysis of the practical approach of these two personages in implementing dialogue as a preventive and reconciliatory tool in facing violence in the name of religion. The point of emphasis is not only to reject the emergence of violence in the name of religion, but also to encourage proactive preventive efforts. Armada Riyanto and Pope Francis believe that dialogue can be an effective means to deal with the potential for violence and to respond to the reality of existing violence. The views of these two personages emphasize the importance of dialogue as a powerful preventive instrument. Through dialogue, people can understand each other, reduce tensions, and find solutions that are fair to all parties. Both are aware that one cannot ignore the reality that life adepting a religion often displays the face of violence. A dialogal spirit becomes the foundation of prevention and reconciliation in dealing with the reality of conflict, without having to lead to violence. It is hoped that the results of this research can provide new insights into the importance of dialogue in building communities of religious believers who are more peaceful and tolerant.</span></div> Egidius Egiagu Copyright (c) 2024 Egidius Egiagu Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 THE DILEMMA OF MUHAMMADIYAH IN ACEH AMIDST THE RELIGIOUS CONTESTATION BETWEEN WAHHABI AND ASWAJA <div><span lang="EN-US">The controversy and rejection surrounding the construction of the Muhammadiyah mosque in Bireuen have marked a new chapter in the history of Muhammadiyah in Aceh. Some studies suggest that this is a conflict between Muhammadiyah and traditional Islamic communities. This article presents a different argument, asserting that Muhammadiyah in Aceh has become an organization inadvertently drawn into a religious contestation between two religious communities: the Wahhabi and the Ahlu Sunnah wa Jamaah (Aswaja) groups. Muhammadiyah does not actually have a direct conflict with traditional Islam or the dayah community in Aceh, but it finds itself in a precarious situation when conflicts arise between these two groups. Muhammadiyah becomes entangled with one of these groups due to shared aspects in religious doctrine. The contestation between these two major currents is not only about the domination of doctrines and religious authority but also extends into the competition for access to economic and socio-cultural resources. This situation parallels and echoes the early history of Muhammadiyah in Aceh, where it was inadvertently involved in conflicts between uleebalang/teuku (local rulers) and ulama/teungku (traditional scholars). During that time, Muhammadiyah, allied with uleebalang, found itself confronting ulama.</span></div> Muhammad Ridha Basri Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Ridha Basri Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 ACCULTURATION OF ISLAM AND LOCAL CULTURE IN THE TRADITION OF BUFFALO SACRIFICE IN BONDER VILLAGE, CENTRAL LOMBOK <div><span lang="EN-US">The research explores what Islamic values can be learned in the selamatan tradition, and how the acculturation of Islam and local culture in Bonder Village, West Praya Sub-district, Central Lombok Regency. This research uses analytical descriptive qualitative research. Data collection techniques include interviews, observation, and documentation, data analysis includes reduction, presentation, conclusion drawing, and verification. The data validity test was carried out by triangulating the source and source techniques. The results of this study indicate that the purpose of this buffalo salvation tradition is so that the buffalo that is saved is not afflicted by supernatural diseases, and so that the buffalo is given safety to be able to breed safely. Implementation. This buffalo rescue ceremony has Islamic values that can be learned such as, the value of Tauhid, Ibadah, Akhlak, and Silaturrahmi. Islamic acculturation in this buffalo rescue tradition can be said to control each other, in other words, give and take, this can be seen when celebrating this tradition, Islamic values are always inserted in the local cultural system. This shows that Islam and local culture are able to guide people from what is not expected.</span></div> Nia Daniati, Hadlun mas'ud, Saliki saliki, Zulhaiki Zulhaiki Copyright (c) 2024 Saliki saliki, Hadlun mas'ud Fri, 24 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 ENGAGEMENT COMMUNICATION PROCESSES OF PENTAHELIX MODEL STAKEHOLDER WITHIN MAJESTIC BANYUWANGI TOURISM PROJECT MANAGEMENT <div><span lang="EN-US">This research examines the engagement communication strategies of various Pentahelix model actors in the management of tourism destinations in the Majestic Banyuwangi program. A qualitative research method was employed, with interviews serving as the data collection technique. The study indicates that the five Pentahelix actors, consisting of the government, businesses, academics, communities, and the media, play crucial roles in building engagement communication strategies. The government regulates and facilitates, businesses act as adept negotiators, academics shape understanding of issues, communities serve as decision-making centers, and the media act as information disseminators. Engagement communication strategies based on the Pentahelix model can enhance community participation and strengthen inter-actor relationships. Cross-sector collaboration and community participation bolster the development of cultural tourism. With effective promotion and holistic communication strategies, Majestic Banyuwangi has the potential to become a globally competitive tourist destination, particularly in cultural tourism.</span></div> Althofi Rozaan, Bambang Dwi Prasetyo, Ananda Sabil Hussein Copyright (c) 2024 Althofi Rozaan, Bambang Dwi Prasetyo, Ananda Sabil Hussein Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 A STUDY OF NORMATIVE AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE BARZANJI TRADITION IN CHILD BIRTH CEREMONIES <div><span lang="EN-US">Islamic studies covers a variety of different meanings, divisions and aspects. However, the main focus of this study is on Islamic teachings which originate from the Koran and Hadith authentically. Therefore, it is necessary to use the right approach in understanding Islam. In this research, the author used two approach methods. Namely Normative and Anthropological. In the Big Indonesian Dictionary, tradition is a tradition or custom passed down from generation to generation that was passed down by ancestors and is still preserved by the community. One of the community traditions that is still highly preserved is the ceremony to welcome the birth of a child or often called akikah. One of the Islamic traditions carried out to welcome the birth of a child is Barzanji. This tradition originates from Arab countries and is generally spread through trade and marriage. The aim of the Barzanji tradition is to bring closer relations with Allah, increase faith and love for the Messenger of Allah, as a symbol of the Islamic religion and remind the history of the life of the Prophet SAW so that he becomes a role model, strengthen Islamic brotherhood among the community and maintain Islamic culture in the face of non-Islamic culture. who enter society.</span></div> Muhammad Ilham, Ivahni Ivahni Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Ilham, Ivahni Ivahni Sat, 01 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 PEACE EDUCATION IMPLEMENTATION FOR YOUNG INTERFAITH PEACE COMMUNITY (YIPC) OF MALANG <div><span lang="EN-US">This study aims to obtain information related to the urgency and variety of activities associated with the implementation of peace education for the young interfaith peace community of Malang. This research is mixed-methods research, which is a combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods with a descriptive approach. The subject of this study is a Muslim facilitator and participant in SIPC 2019. The data collection techniques used are questionnaires and documentation, and the data analysis used is explanatory sequential, then explained descriptively. The result of this research explains that peace education implementation for the YIPC of Malang is urgent for human relations reasons, and the peace goal includes the vulnerability of youth and interfaith potential. Young interfaith communities offer fertile ground for fostering tolerance, understanding, and collaborative problem-solving. Peace education for YIPC of Malang is implemented through several activities, including SIPC (Student Interfaith Peace Camp), regular meetings, and WIHW (World Interfaith Harmony Week).</span></div> Aura Firmita Dewi Safira, Handoko Ja'far Copyright (c) 2024 Aura Firmita Dewi Safira, Handoko Ja'far Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 ASSEMBLING THE ISLAMIC MOSAIC OF THE SASAK TRIBE THROUGH TRADITIONAL CLOTHING <div><span lang="EN-US">The traditional clothing of the Sasak tribe is clothing that the people of Lombok usually wear at various events such as weddings, traditional ceremonies, or welcoming guests. Men's traditional clothing is called pegon, while women's traditional clothing is called lambung. When wearing traditional Sasak clothing, there are also several accessories such as keris, slewoq, dodot, and sapuq for men and pangkak, tongkak, and bendang/slewoq for women. The traditional clothing used by the Sasak tribe in daily life cannot be separated from religion, especially Islam which is the religion of the majority of the people of the island of Lombok. The aim of this research is to find out what Islamic meanings are contained in the traditional clothing of the Sasak tribe. This research is a type of qualitative descriptive research conducted in the Central Lombok area, specifically in Bebuak Village, Kopang District. The data collection techniques used in this research were direct observation and interviews. The research results show that there are many Islamic meanings contained in the traditional clothing of the Sasak-Lombok tribe, such as monotheism, purity, gentleness, tranquility, and so on. Thus, the traditional clothing of the Sasak-Lombok tribe not only has an aesthetic function but also has a religious function.</span></div> Dina Hartini, Baiq Rosida Hidayati, Dwina Rahmayani, Fadhilatul Nahdiah, Eka Putra Hariadi, Saharudin Saharudin Copyright (c) 2024 Dina Hartini, Baiq Rosida Hidayati, Dwina Rahmayani, Fadhilatul Nahdiah, Eka Putra Hariadi, Saharudin Saharudin Fri, 24 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000 THE ROLE OF OPINION LEADER IN COMMUNICATION PARTICIPATION IN THE GREEN TOURISM VILLAGE OF BILEBANTE – CENTRAL LOMBOK <p>This study analyzes the role of opinion leaders in the transformation of Bilibante Green Tourism Village in Central Lombok, examining participatory communication and the challenges faced. Using a qualitative approach through observation, interviews, and documentation, the findings indicate that the role of opinion leaders can be divided into three eras: pre-transformation, transformation, and post-transformation. Inclusive communication strategies and the use of communication technologies were effective in encouraging community participation. Challenges included differing opinions and resistance to authority. The study concludes that opinion leaders successfully activated community participation but require further improvement in communication and overall community engagement.</p> Lalu Nurcholis Husnu, Bambang Dwi Prasetyo, Maulina Pia Wulandari Copyright (c) 2024 Lalu Nurcholis Husnu Mon, 01 Jul 2024 00:00:00 +0000 STUDY OF AUDIENCE ACCEPTANCE OF MANDALIKA CIRCUIT EVENT PROMOTIONAL ADVERTISEMENTS INVOLVING VISUAL POLITICIANS IN LOMBOK <p style="font-weight: 400;">The phenomenon of visual branding in advertising is increasingly important because it affects the image and acceptance of politician officials, especially among millennials and Gen Z who are apathetic to politics. The use of local elements such as the Mandalika Circuit in advertisements by political officials is aimed at attracting young voters, but it is often less authentic and creates negative perceptions of politicians and promoted events. The research is important because of the gap between politicians' expectations of attracting young voters and the reality of their acceptance of ads that use certain branding elements. This study aims to determine the representation and acceptance of Millennials and gen Z people towards Mandalika circuit promotional advertisements involving visuals of officials or politicians. This research uses qualitative method with <em>reception analysis</em> theory owned by Stuart Hall. This study used <em>focus group discussion</em> (FGD) with 10 informants who saw advertisements and belonged to the Millennial and Z generations, using the purposive sampling method. Roland Barthes' semiotic analysis was used to determine the representation of advertisements, and compared with audience acceptance based on the results of <em>focus group discussion</em> (FGD) which was classified to obtain results using <em>three hypothetical positions</em> proposed by Stuart Hall.</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">The conclusion of this study shows that the use of visuals of politicians' faces in promotional advertisements tends to be rejected by Millennials and Gen Z, who emphasize the separation between politics and sports. Millennials are generally skeptical of politicization in promotion, while Gen Z is more firmly opposed to politicization and demands integrity and ethics in political campaigns.</span></p> Imam Khoirul Arifin, Bambang Dwi Prasetyo, Fitri Hariana Oktaviani Copyright (c) 2024 Imam Khoirul Arifin Thu, 20 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 ADVISORY AGENCY MEDIATION EFFORTS FOR MARRIAGE PRESERVATION AND DIVORCE PREVENTION AT THE MEDAN DENAI RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS OFFICE <p>This research aims to examine the role of BP4 in the KUA of Medan Denai District, the mediation efforts undertaken, as well as the obstacles and opportunities for successful mediation. The qualitative method employed is descriptive research, which seeks to describe symptoms, incidents, or events that are currently occurring. The research was conducted at KUA Medan Denai District. The research topic was selected using a purposive sampling technique, considering specific aspects or criteria. Subjects are individuals who provide information to researchers. Data collection techniques included observation, interviews, and documentation. The research findings indicate that the role of BP4 in KUA Medan Denai District is to resolve family problems in order to achieve a harmonious and loving family life, characterised by sakinah, mawaddah, and warahmah, by reducing prejudice and egoism between partners. Mediation efforts are carried out in specific stages with guidance provided by an instructor. Obstacles in conducting mediation include the absence of one of the parties and difficulty in controlling emotions, while the opportunities for success in BP4 mediation lie in the availability of infrastructure and instructors who possess knowledge and experience.</p> Andini Andini, Muniruddin Muniruddin Copyright (c) 2024 Andini Andini, Muniruddin Muniruddin Thu, 04 Jul 2024 00:00:00 +0000