Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies

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ISSN / EISSN : 2085-0255 / 2745-4320
Published by: IAIN Palu (10.24239)
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Rai Ayu Utami, Salsabila Salsabila, R. Nunung Nurwati
Published: 30 June 2022
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 14, pp 109-119; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v14i1.461

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Tulisan ini dibuat untuk membahas mengenai reformasi peraturan di negara Saudi Arabia baru-baru ini. Pembahasan ini dilandaskan ketertarikan terhadap negara Saudi Arabia yang selama ini dikenal sebagai negara dengan aturan-aturannya yang konservatif, dan kini mereka mencoba untuk mengubah citra tersebut dengan dikeluarkannya dekrit oleh Putera Mahkota Muhammad bin Salman yang tentu saja menjadi pro-kontra tersendiri di negara tersebut. Lalu tulisan ini akan sedikit membahas mengenai feminisme. Pembahasan berikutnya ialah mengenai bagaimana gerakan feminis di Saudi Arabia dalam memperjuangkan hak-hak perempuan di negara tersebut, lalu pembahasan selanjutnya akan menekankan bahwa Islam yang selama ini dianggap sebagai penyebab utama keterkekangan yang dialami oleh kaum perempuan tidak lah seperti yang selama ini dituduhkan. Kemudian, pembahasan berikutnya akan mengaitkan fenomena ini dengan teori perubahan sosial dan teori konflik yang dirasa sangat tepat dalam menggambarkan fenomena ini. Metode penelitian ini menggunakan studi literatur dengan mencari data sekunder. Peneliti menggunakan sumber data melalui jurnal dan artikel yang terkait.
Ni'mah Wahyuni
Published: 30 June 2022
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 14, pp 120-145; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v14i1.1014

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This paper discussed the influencelearning motivation tothe students learning achievement of islamic education. The objectives of this research; (1) to find out partially whether the motivasi of parents and learning  haveinfluence on the students learning achievement of islamic education.(2) to determine partially whether   the learning motivation have influence on students learning achievement of islamic education. This research wasa quantitative research designthrough Ex-Post Facto approach. The samples of the research were 75 respondents. It was selected by applying stratified random sampling techniques.Data collection was gathered by usingsome instruments;observation, questionnaire and documentation which using multiple regression test.The result of partial test of the students learning motivation to the students learning achievement found tcounted 5,346> ttable 1.99 and levelof significance was less than the level of mistrust 5% (0.000 <0.05). It partially meant that the variable of the students learning motivation have a significant positive influence on the students learning achievement of Islamic education. In conclusion, the more increase the students learning motivation and the more increase the students learning achievement of Islamic education. The result of this research is expected to be useful effect and give positive contribution for education especially in islamic course.
Siti Rabiatul Adawiyah
Published: 30 June 2022
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 14, pp 90-108; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v14i1.984

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Environmental problems are not only related to the symptoms of evolutionary natural change, but also to the pollution caused by industrial and family waste. Therefore, environmental education for early childhood is expected to be one of the patterns to manage and protect the environment around us. models that can be used Conservation Scout model is used as a means to provide education on environmental awareness and concern. introduction to the environment for early childhood, the environment consisting of human resources, biological natural resources, non-biological natural resources, and artificial resources and elements of the natural environment, both physical and biological.
Aris
Published: 30 June 2022
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 14, pp 49-62; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v14i1.908

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Separation child from parents or caregiver during the COVID-19 pandemic is frequent phenomenon found moment now this , so make phenomenon this important for researched more continued . Study this is study library . Update in research this that is analysis in study implemented based on phenomenon that occurs moment pandemic so that not yet once done study related Thing this in the past . The separation that occurs in children consequence pandemic could be shared Becomes two categories , that is not intentionally and intentionally aware . Separating children with people old or babysitter will boost various problems psychosocial in children . To overcome the problem of separating a child with people old or a babysitter could refer to the guidelines general protection child During COVID-19 pandemic . In Thing this researcher recommend that children capable for disclose feelings , don't get used to it child keep anger , as well child capable study from condition surrounding
Hairuddin Cikka
Published: 30 June 2022
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 14, pp 63-89; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v14i1.983

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The concept in Islam reminds every parent to prepare their children as well as possible, and do not leave them in a weak state, either weak in wealth, weak in education, especially weak in faith, because it will be dangerous for their children. Allah SWT says: "And fear Allah those who, if left behind them weak children, who they worry about (their welfare). Therefore, let them fear Allah and let them speak the truth." (Q.S. an-Nisa: 9). Islamic teachings really protect children because children are a gift as well as a mandate from Allah to parents who must be nurtured and educated as well as possible so that they become human beings with noble character (akhlaqul karimah), physically strong, mentally strong, and strong faith.
Hengki Satrianta, Darmawansyah
Published: 30 June 2022
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 14, pp 1-18; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v14i1.979

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Stunting is one of the problems that can potentially be experienced by children. This situation is of course not desired by parents, especially mothers. Unfortunately, the understanding of the dangers of stunting is not yet clear for some mothers. For this reason, information services are provided to determine whether information services are able to increase understanding of the dangers of stunting for mothers. This research is an experimental study with a one group pretest-posttest control group design. The population in this study were mothers at the Posyandu Merpati 2, Jatimurni Bekasi city. The sample in this study was drawn purposively with a total of 38 people. Data were collected through the stunting hazard understanding scale. Data were analyzed descriptively and inferentially. The results showed that information services were able to improve understanding of the dangers of stunting for mothers. The implication of the results of this study is that as a type of service in guidance and counseling, the use of information services can be extended to various life settings.
Nur Afni, Mohammad Rezal, Labandingi Latoki
Published: 30 June 2022
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 14, pp 19-48; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v14i1.980

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One of the important elements in human development is economic growth that is equitably distributed between generations, between ethnicities, between genders, and between regions. One of the dimensions emphasized is the existence of gender equality. This dimension is also one of the development commitments and gender inequality that occurs in various parts of the world. Development in principle must provide justice and prosperity to all people, to men and women, to the rich and the poor. The current fact is that development has sharpened the gap in social justice between the poor and the rich, between women and men, between the ruling group and the common people. This can be seen from the existence of gender inequality in development.
Fatmawati Fatmawati, Kasmiati Kasmiati
Published: 31 December 2021
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 13, pp 150-169; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v13i2.858

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Divorce is a result of the inability of husband and wife to overcome problems in the household. Based on data from the Palu City Ahama Court, husband and wife's opinion occurred a lot in palu city. For this reason, this study aims to explain the causes of husband and wife divorce in Palu City. Through field research by reviewing and analyzing data from interviews, observations, and dolumentation, qualitative analysis can be done. From the results of the analysis, it was found that the phenomenon of the cause of divorce in Palu City in terms of internal in the household environment occurred because one party left the obligation to make a living for the survival of the family with a percentage of 45.38%, the occurrence of moral crises such as gambling, drunkenness with a percentage of 6.62%, excessive jealousy that caused heartache with a percentage of 3.01%, Disputes that occur continuously with a percentage of 29.51%, unhealthy polygamy 1.80%. Furthermore, another cause of divorce in Palu City is in terms of external factors, is because parents who interfere too much in household affairs with a percentage of 8.20%, other parties as third parties by spreading slander whose percentage reaches 2.40%.
Durotunnisa, Nur Eka Wahyuningsih Riyadi
Published: 31 December 2021
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 13, pp 243-267; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v13i2.871

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Islam views that the first education carried out is family education. The educational situation is realized thanks to the association and the relationship of mutual influence between parents and children. Allah swt gives a lot of descriptions of how parents should educate their children in the Qur'an, which in general education must be based on love for children. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the role of parents in children's education is even greater at home. Because learning that is carried out online, either through zoom meetings, classroom, google meet, whatsapp and other applications, limits the monitoring or supervision of teachers on children's learning activities, this task is now the responsibility of parents. Many cases occur in online learning, especially the problem of children's interest in learning which generally shows poor results. This can be seen from the lack of attention of children in the tasks given by the teacher, slow in collecting until they do not do the task, children are lazy in following the learning process and so on. Regarding this problem, the author sees that the role of parents is very important in increasing children's interest in learning, namely by implementing effective communication both verbally and non-verbally, by always providing advice, motivation, encouragement and education about the importance of learning even though it is only done online. Through this, it is hoped that there will be an increase in children's interest in learning so that children's learning achieves better and maximum results.
Rustina Rustina
Published: 31 December 2021
Musawa: Journal for Gender Studies, Volume 13, pp 203-226; https://doi.org/10.24239/msw.v13i2.862

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All human beings are creatures of the one God. They are equal, regardless of cultural background. Therefore, they receive the same appreciation from God and that must be respected and glorified. Thus, discrimination based on gender, skin color, class, race, ethnicity, religion, and so on has no basis at all in the teachings of Tawhid. Only the level of taqwa to Allah is the measure of the difference. The concepts of biological and sociocultural differences between men and women view that biological differences between the two are considered natural, while social differences are considered cultural. Whatever the background of these differences, it is not a reason to justify each other because women have the same rights as men in all fields, including education, economy, social, culture, even law and defense and state security. Women deserve special rights. Women should have important roles as well as recognition in various aspects of life. Education for women is very important. Educating women is a fundamental and critical necessity, so they can play their role properly and correctly and give contribution as productive members of the society.
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