Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan

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ISSN / EISSN : 2580-863X / 2597-7768
Published by: Al-Jamiah Research Centre (10.14421)
Total articles ≅ 101

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Pebri Yanasari
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 435-456; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-07

Halal tourism analyses of the development goals often stress the importance of the locality-asset promotion, in which dynamic changes to support the development of potential asset and enterprises players have become driving factors in producing generous well-being outcomes. Challenging such analyses, this article highlights the importance of understanding how locality-based halal tourism contributes to the wider-ranging of reformulated tourism policies in Bangka Belitung. Using a qualitative method, the article investigates the promotion strategy of the development of halal tourism involved the role of policymakers, where the data obtained interviews and documentation. The informants were selected by purposive sampling to understand how halal tourism developed. As it turns out, significant variables expanded in terms of halal tourism's features and advantages, and it is necessary to involve the religious institution driving forces that issued the halal production legality. It is profitable to provide various facilities to support halal tourism development. The collaboration between the Indonesian Ulama Council and the Ministry of Religious Affairs has been significantly affected to arrange reformulated the development of halal tourism to reference local governments to formulate policies in the local context. As an implication, promoting a new tourist destination needs a readjusting of the term halal friendly that implicated business players in managing the tourism industry.
Ashadi Cahyadi, Salim Bela Pilli, Ihsan Rahmat
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 319-344; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-03

Mosque has a pivotal role during the most critical phase in a natural disaster. However, mosque administrators frequently have no good comprehension of the other function of mosques other than a place of worship. When refugees of a natural disaster took shelter in the mosque, the mosque administrators were uncertain between keeping the mosque holiness as the house of God or prioritizing humanity first. This study discussed the responses and challenges of mosque administrators and refugees during making mosques as emergency shelters. This paper applied a qualitative approach to gather responses and challenges experienced by the administrators of Baiturrahim Mosque and a quantitative approach to survey why refugees chose the mosque as shelter. The value of this paper was to describe the different views of the mosque administrators regarding the function of the mosque, including the many challenges faced due to lack of knowledge and experience. Nine reasons why refugees chose mosques as shelters were assessed based on percentage. Refugees were faced with strict norms of decency and ethics from the mosque. Equalization of perceptions among administrators about the function of mosques and education to the community is essential in the mitigation phase. Therefore, we recommend the disaster authority make regulations and standard operating procedures to guide the work and direction of building mosques in disaster-prone locations for future preparation.
Widati Widati, Aulia Widya Sakina, Anastasia Adiwirahayu
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 381-410; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-05

This article examines the integration of the sister village program in the emergency response to the Mount Merapi disaster during the COVID-19 pandemic using the analysis of the AGIL functions- Adaptation (A), Goal attainment (G), Integration (I), and Latency (L). This study uses a descriptive narrative method. Primary and secondary data were collected through interviews, observations, documentation and FGDs in order to support and strengthen the results. The study findings show that according to the functionalism perspective, the condition of Nggargomulyo Village and Tamanagung Village people which are bound by the MoU sister village still has not shown harmonization. The community involvement of Tamanagung Village actively in the management of the evacuation is relatively low. Whereas community involvement in the sister village program is the basic principle of achieving the goals of this village fraternity cooperation. This condition resulted in the people of Ngargomulyo Village finding its difficult to adapt to the new refugee situation during the COVID-19 pandemic. This affects the program integration process and the functioning of the system, both internally and externally, because the program has not yet been institutionalized within the community. For this reason, it is necessary to refresh the role and function of the sister village as the main instrument in overseeing the disaster management system in Magelang Regency related to being integrative and sustainable.
Fitria Andriani, Fitri Maghfirah
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 411-434; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-06

This study aims to describe three discussion topics about the importance of the coffee commodity for the Gayo community, the impact of COVID-19 on Gayo coffee farmers, and to analyse the policies implemented by the government in minimizing the losses of farmers affected by COVID-19 in the framework of maqāṣid sharia. This type of research is qualitative, with data methods through in-depth literature reviews of primary and secondary sources of previous scientific research, government agency reports and online media. The results showed that Gayo coffee has made a major contribution to food security, but since Covid-19 it has implications for coffee price fluctuations which have an impact on decreasing people’s income. Therefore, the government issued a Warehouse Receipt System policy, with the aim that Gayo coffee farmers could use warehouse receipts to obtain financing facilities from banks in financing food security and coffee production needs. The policy taken by the government in minimizing the risk of loss for Gayo coffee farmers is a manifestation of the value of the maqāṣid sharia values in maintaining self-preservation (ḥifẓ nafs) and preserving property (ḥifẓ Mal) so that they can continue to survive in order to maintain welfare even during the pandemic. This effort can also be used to strengthen the Gayo coffee production chain because in addition to obtaining financing to meet production needs, it can also be used to meet food during a crisis.
Muhammad Izzul Haq
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 457-486; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-08

In recent years, Canada has become a global leader in refugees and the top world leader in refugee resettlement. Direct participation by civil society, mainly dominated by the religious congregation and faith-based organizations in resettlement, has been the hallmark of Canada's private sponsorship program and a significant element in its success. This paper explores the evidence base of existing literature covering religious engagement within Canada's umbrella of refugee resettlement. Religious engagement is exemplified by the involvement of religious groups, congregations or communities in refugee resettlement which defines and shapes this policy, particularly in the private refugee sponsorship program. Despite challenges shadowing the process, religious engagement contributes to more outcomes given its potential social capital. It is predicted that religious groups will continue to be leading actors within Canada’s resettlement programs.
Riska Ayu Lestary, Krishno Hadi
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 487-514; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-09

This study aims to determine community empowerment that can be done through the Village-Owned Enterprises (Badan Usaha Milik Desa/BUMDes) program to support village income. Problems related to disparities in villages in areas that require a development strategy through empowerment programs, require the role of government and society in carrying it out. The type of research of this article uses the literature review method which comes from previous research indexed by the Scopus Database and processed in the Vosviewer application. In this study, it is revealed that the role of BUMDes can increase village income and prosper the village community, and then it can support development in the region. The role of rural communities is very much needed for regional development efforts; especially during the COVID-19 pandemic the existence of BUMDes can increase the country's economy which had experienced a decline. The main key in increasing BUMDes as a regional development strategy is through increasing community participation.
Abdul Hadi, Moh. Khoerul Anwar, Dhanang Suwidagdho, Ruly Ningsih
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 515-538; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-10

The purpose of this study was to determine and examine how student career perceptions are handled by students related to the environmental impact, talents, and COVID-19 circumstances on career services at State Vocational School 3 Klaten. This study uses a qualitative approach. Respondents were students and teachers of Guidance and Counselling at state vocational high school 3 Klaten. The findings indicate that students' career conceptions are connected to the environmental influence, skills, and the COVID-19 settings surrounding career services and that these beliefs favourably affect students' self-development. The findings indicate that the results of interviews with students regarding factors influencing their perceptions of career counselling and career development, including talents, promising career planning with parental support and the impact of the environment, career exploration, career development, and support from learning facilities during the COVID-19.
Rifqi Fairuz
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 345-380; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-04

Maher Zain is an icon of Islamic pop culture with the largest market share in the world. Indonesia constitutes the largest Maher Zain's fan base with multiple platinum awards and recorded million copies of album sale. Maher Zain's rise to fame coincided with the shifting of conventional Islamic authority, which turned from Kiai or Ulama to popular Muslim preachers. These preachers seek aspirations of Islamism in social and political movements through the da’wah institutions they lead. This article is aimed to examine the intersection between the Islamic pop culture industry, Maher Zain as a leading Muslim singer icon, and the strategies of Islamic activism of da’wah in Indonesia. This research found that popular preachers utilize their charitable activities, philanthropy and Islamic da'wah to legitimize and capitalize on Maher Zain's popularity in Indonesia, by playing role in the capitalistic mechanism of the Islamic music industry. These da'wah institutions operate through industrial mechanisms for the benefit of Islamic da'wah activism in Indonesia and even become an advantage in the midst of the struggle for political Islam in Indonesia.
B. J. Sujibto, Mira Arba'Atun
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 293-318; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-02

The COVID-19 outbreak has harshly accelerated existing future of social life and changed how people approach and act toward it, including in the aspect of sport and tourism, that can be claimed to have created the pandemic's new social orders. This article, in essence, examines the cycling meanings and experiences of Yogyakarta’s cyclists in both individual and communal contexts during the pandemic. Having been categorized as an active sport which supports social and physical distance campaigns, the shift of meaning of cycle tourism both to increase immune system and to enjoy sightseeing at once is applied to critically explain the way people understand the cycling itself. In line with the motivational aspects, the meaning of cycling has shown fascinating facts shifted from regular sport to be more valuable due to disruptions during the pandemic. By applying qualitative descriptive methods, this research conducted observations and interviews with cyclists and cycling communities. This article shows two findings. First, the shift of meaning and awareness of cycling is considered as a pandemic sport because of a compatibility with its health protocols and as a sustainable tourism sector; and second, the emergence of cycle tourism as a pandemic lifestyle shaped constantly with social narratives of a pandemic. The psychological aspects have also become additional notes explained by this article.
Laily Ainur Rahmah, Salahudin Salahudin
Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan, Volume 5, pp 263-292; https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2021.052-01

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has an important role in improving the company's existence. CSR was formed to implement empowerment to society, attract the attention of surrounding society and build the company's image. This paper aims to examine implementation of society empowerment through the CSR program. This study uses the method of study literature and bibliometric analysis by collecting previous research articles that are indexed in Scopus database and have correlation with CSR programs, which are then carried out using bibliometric analysis using the VOS viewer. This analysis makes it easier for the author to make a common thread about dominant concepts studied. This study reveals that society empowerment in an effort to improve economic level and welfare of society through CSR programs is able to increase the responsibility and quality of companies in Indonesia. Besides that, it also has an impact on the quality of the economy and helps society to face the dynamic economy, social and culture in the future. For further research, it is expected to pay attention to dominant concepts contained in CSR programs, especially in implementation of society development around the company as consideration for improvement and refinement of research to be carried out.
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