Resolusi: Jurnal Sosial Politik https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi <p><strong><em>Resolusi: Jurnal Sosial Politik</em></strong>&nbsp;is an academic journal concerning on social and political science. The journal is published by Department of Political Science&nbsp;Universitas Sains Al-Qur’an.</p> <p><em>Resolusi</em> is published in June and December. The journal&nbsp;is open to authors aiming to share scientific discussion about social and political problems and its development in Indonesia and beyond. The journal is also open to discuss the topics from many scientific perspectives expected to contribute to policy and other strategic issues.</p> en-US <p>By submitting a manuscript, the authors understand that if accepted for publication, the authors hold and retain their article’s copyright. The copyright is without any restriction.</p> <p>As the publisher of <em>Resolusi: Jurnal Sosial Politik</em>, the Department of Political Science - Universitas Sains Al-Qur'an attempts its best to facilitate everyone who wish to publish their article by ensuring that every article meets academic rules and ethics.</p> aan@unsiq.ac.id (Ahmad Anwar) fahmikaunain92@gmail.com (Muflih Fahmi Kaunain) Tue, 19 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 3.1.0.0 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Redifinisi Jihad dalam Berbangsa dan Bernegara https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1338 <p>Jihad as a popular term in Islam has the meaning of struggle with the intention and sincerity for good, but the meaning of jihad, which has the value of struggle, in practice has different understandings and practices between groups in Islam. This research is qualitative in nature which aims to determine the meaning of the word jihad and to find out its implementation in the life of the state in Indonesia. Library research was chosen as a data mining method, the approach used is a phenomenological approach with image theory as the blade of analysis. There are various meanings of the word jihad, some groups with a textual Islamic perspective interpret jihad as a physical struggle that can lead to bloody conflict. Contrary to that, contextual Islamic groups understand jihad as a struggle that is not only physical, but various dimensions of struggle by seeing the condition of society as a broad and more valuable jihad field. Today, jihad is interpreted more practically by applying Islamic values ​​in everyday life, such as fashion, language, social relationships and so on. This phenomenon was then popularly called "hijrah" and became a trend in middle-class Islamic societies in Indonesia.</p> Ifansyah Putra, Ibnu Murtadho ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1338 Tue, 19 Jan 2021 23:50:49 +0700 Perkembangan Dakwah Islam pada Masyarakat Tradisional https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1687 <p><em>This study intends to examine the phenomenon of Islamic da'wah in the village of Kedungwringin, Kebumen, which is a village with a traditional community. By using observation and interview methods to obtain primary and secondary data, this study concludes several points. Among other things, namely, that in a society that is thicker with the practice of Kejawen and the location of the village which is not very strategic, da'wah activists will face challenges that are quite difficult to overcome. Coupled with the needs of the community, preachers need to consider creative da'wah methods so that they can be accepted by the community more openly.</em></p> Moh Amin, Bambang Sugiyanto ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1687 Wed, 27 Jan 2021 03:01:18 +0700 A New Perspective on Middle-East Democracy https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1793 <p><em>Spring 2011 was a historic year in the Middle East and was momentum for the rise of people power to overthrow the long-reigning authoritarian regime. This event is known as The Arab Spring. However, on the way, the Arab dream did not come easy. This book tries to capture the opportunities and challenges of democratization in Arab countries after the Arab Spring. There are three countries, namely Tunisia, Egypt, and Syria, which are the focus of this book's study. The interests of the United States (US) emerged as the trigger for democratization efforts. The US does not hesitate to hinder democratization in a country with leaders who are not pro-Western. It is not surprising that democratization in Arab countries is only seen as a US political project to safeguard its national interests. From this book, we can reflect on the situation in Indonesia. Does that also happen?</em></p> M. Elfan Kaukab ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1793 Tue, 19 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Denormalization of the Global Order during the Covid 19 Pandemic and Its Impact on the Industrial Era 4.0 https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1814 <p><em>This paper is a response from the shift of the global order that had focused on the mandate of international organizations to become more and more parties who played an important role in handling the Covid-19 pandemic, even at the level of the grassroots movement. This research focuses on increasing the use of digital access during the pandemic. The authors try to convey his analysis of the shift in the global order and its impact in the industrial era 4.0. The authors also analyze the challenges faced in using digital post Covid-19. This paper departs from the existence of a new phenomenon that emerged during the Covid 19 pandemic around the world, namely the learning from home, work from home, as well as everything new in the digitization system which then becomes a new normal behavior globally. The purpose of this paper is to analyze and explain the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic in the era of industry 4.0, both in the challenges to the potential for digitalization.</em></p> Dwi Ardiyanti, Fitriana Harahap ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1814 Mon, 28 Jun 2021 08:30:48 +0700 Leadership of Kiai and Students' Obedience in Islamic Boarding School https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1875 <p style="text-align: justify; line-height: 115%; margin: 6.0pt 0cm 0cm 0cm;"><em><span lang="IN" style="font-family: 'Book Antiqua',serif;">Islamic boarding schools (pesantren) are non-formal Islamic educational institutions where students (santri) live together in a cottage (dormitory) to study Islamic religious scholarship under the guidance of the caretaker of the cottage who is often referred to as a kiai.&nbsp;The pesantren, which from its inception, prioritized religious knowledge and pesantren culture, was easily able to apply the slogan sam'an watha'atan (submission and obedience) to the kiai which later became the principle of santri in everyday life.&nbsp;However, along with the development of increasingly modern pesantren, this principle has been displaced by various experiences and knowledge.&nbsp;The disobedience of santri to the kiai as a leader in the pesantren is caused by various factors, one of which is the perception of the santri towards the leadership of the kiai.</span></em></p> Nur Chasanah ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://ojs.unsiq.ac.id/index.php/resolusi/article/view/1875 Tue, 29 Jun 2021 09:22:30 +0700