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Pos-Islamisme dalam Pendidikan Islam di Kabupaten Bulukumba

Asbar, Andi Muhammad (2021) Pos-Islamisme dalam Pendidikan Islam di Kabupaten Bulukumba. Disertasi, Pascasarjana.

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The Islamism movement had previously swept the Islamic world, but recently it has turned into post-Islamism. Initially, the post-Islamism movement was only found in Iran, Egypt and several countries in the Middle East. However, this condition is also now being found in Indonesia as a country with a large population of Muslims. Islamist groups in Indonesia have accepted modernity and democracy by entering the voting booths to seize power, without having to leave their Islamic identity. Post-Islamism in Indonesia, is not only witnessed in politics alone, but also in the cultural realm, even in the realm of Islamic education in Indonesia. This triggers the need for a study of post-Islamism in the local context, such as in Bulukumba, as an area that has traces of the struggle for Islamism. This dissertation attempts to examine how the development of Islamism into post-Islamism in Bulukumba Regency. Then, post-Islamism in private Islamic education institutions and their da'wah networks in Bulukumba Regency. It also examines post-Islamism in popular culture and Islamic learning activities of students outside public schools and madrasahs in Bulukumba Regency. The research method used was qualitative which combined library and field data. In this research, historical, phenomenological, and sociological approaches were used. Data collection techniques were observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Meanwhile, data analysis used includes data reduction, data presentation, and data verification. There are three important findings in this research, namely first, the Islamic Movement in Bulukumba, experiencing continuity and change. Efforts to fight for the idea of Islamism continue from the past to the present. However, over time it has also undergone a form of change, from the figures involved, the movement's strategy, to what is called post-Islamism. Second, the Wahdah Islamiyah movement shows the condition of the Islamism movement with a Salafi orientation towards post-Islamism. This is a strategy to adapt to national political conditions, on the other hand, it is also a differentiator from the Salafi type in general that also exists in Indonesia. The tendency of post-Islamism is also found in Islamic educational institutions at the Integrated Islamic Schools it manages, such as the acceptance of modern education systems and integrative curricula. Making the Muslim middle class the main segment, as well as acceptance of Pancasila and the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia. In addition, the Wahdah Islamiyah network is also found in SMAN and MAN circles in Bulukumba, they are quite intense in Islamic da'wah in schools driven by ‘Rohis’ and the Indonesian Muslim Student Association (HILMI) Bulukumba, which is the wing of the Wahdah Islamiyah organization. Third, post-Islamism is also seen in popular culture in the Bulukumba Muslim Bikers community, which suddenly change over (hijra) but their identity as young people who have a hobby of driving has not changed. Also, student learning activities can be witnessed outside of school as a form of informal education through social media channels, tabligh akbar, tarbiyah, and taklim.

Item Type: Disertasi
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
J Political Science > JC Political theory
L Education > L Education (General)
L Education > LA History of education
Depositing User: Andi Muhammad Asbar
Date Deposited: 30 May 2022 02:50
Last Modified: 30 May 2022 02:50
URI: http://idr.uin-antasari.ac.id/id/eprint/19224

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