The Sociology of Islam http://jurnalfisip.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/JSI <p><strong>The Sociology of Islam&nbsp; (SI)</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> is </span><span style="font-weight: 400;">an open access and peer-reviewed journal, published by department of Sociology Faculty of Political and Social Sciences UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya. SI focuses</span><span style="font-weight: 400;"> on </span><span style="font-weight: 400;">contemporary sociological issues related to Islam and society. </span></p> Department of Sociology Faculty of Political and Social Sciences UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya en-US The Sociology of Islam 2774-2814 <p><strong>The Sociology of Islam </strong>by <a href="http://jurnalfisip.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/JSI/index">http://jurnalfisip.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/JSI</a>&nbsp;is licensed under a&nbsp;<strong><a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0" target="_blank" rel="license noopener">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</a>.</strong></p> The Trend of Hijrah: New Construction of Urban Millennial Muslim Identity in Indonesia http://jurnalfisip.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/JSI/article/view/161 <p>The emergence of the hijrah movement in Indonesia, both in public and virtual public spaces, marks the revival of the spirit of Islam in the country. This study examines the following issues: how do urban millennial Muslim communities interpret hijrah?; what is the new construction of urban millennial Muslim identity in Indonesia?; and what is the tendency of the preferences of urban millennial Muslims towards the literacy of Islamic da'wah content? This study uses qualitative methods. The survey population was millennial Indonesian urban Muslims, while the study sample consisted of 110 urban millennial Muslims in the Greater Jakarta area. The results of the study indicate several things. First, the millennial generation of urban Muslims interpret hijrah as "changing attitudes, behavior and lifestyles in a direction that is better in accordance with Islamic values". Second, hijrah has represented an urban Muslim identity constructed as "Devout Muslims", which is characterized by the piety of individuals in public spaces, adherence to the practice of worship, and the use of religious symbols or identities inherent in the activities of urban Muslim community life. Third, in the perspective of economic sociology, hijrah is not only a religious phenomenon but also the behavior and lifestyle of contemporary urban Muslim societies. Fourth, the hijrah community is a liquid community because it is not bound by the same background (ideology or religious social organization). Fifth, the most common source of da'wah literacy followed by hijrah Muslims is YouTube (46%). The most preferred ustadz is Hanan Attaqi (45.45%).</p> Yusa' Farchan Zulfa Rosharlianti Copyright (c) 2021 Yusa Farchan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2021-08-23 2021-08-23 1 2 1 24 Peacebuilding Berbasis Komunitas Lokal dalam Penyelesaian Konflik Antaragama: Kontribusi Yayasan Lintas Agama di Jawa Timur http://jurnalfisip.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/JSI/article/view/266 <p>This article attempts to describe how ethnic and religious conflicts in Indonesia can be resolved through a local community-based <em>peacebuilding</em> approach. The phenomenon in Indonesia shows that conflicts are ethnic and religious influenced arise as a response to the political, social and economic dynamics that have participated in the social life of the community. Learning from experience in Pacet East Java, inter-religious conflicts can be resolved through a <em>peacebuilding</em> approach by maximizing local potential and the work of local communities initiated by the East Java Interfaith Foundation (YLA). The idea developed is that community-based <em>peacebuilding</em> is part of the implementation of peace concepts in the form of concrete work in the community in resolving ethnic and religious conflicts at the local level. The findings from this article show that the implementation of local community-based <em>peacebuilding</em> development that toward the basic needs of the community and through local wisdom is very effective in resolving inter-religious conflicts. In addition, to build interaction between various parties in the community in the short term, while in the long term a more mature and detailed concept is needed, so that the level of success can be measured.</p> Dwi Setianingsih Copyright (c) 2021 Dwi Setianingsih https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2021-09-15 2021-09-15 1 2 25 42 Rekonsiliasi Antarummat Beragama Kristen dan Islam di Ambon Maluku http://jurnalfisip.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/JSI/article/view/137 <p>Religion solves social problems in society, peace is the goal of religion being sent down to the world. However, in reality, religious life cannot be separated from conflicts that result in bloodshed wars. This research examines reconciliation between religious adherents (Christianity and Islam) in the bloody conflict in Ambon, Maluku, 1999-2000. The method used is descriptive-qualitative and social anthropological approaches with a touch of interreligious relations in reconciliation for peace. This research is based on a peripheral Islamic study that emphasizes the locality of the conflict area which is peripheral and local, namely in Ambon. This article is focused on the 20 Wayame Team, which is engaged in interfaith reconciliation efforts in Ambon, which involved two conflicting religious groups (Muslims and Christians). The various reconciliation efforts undertaken by Team 20 include: First, forming equal members from Muslim and Christian elements in one team. Second, actively holding interfaith dialogue in every riot incident in Ambon city as an early evaluation and anticipation. Third, make 4 (four) rules that Christians and Muslims must obey, complete with sanctions and corporal punishment for those who violate them. Fourth, Team 20 actively conducts cross-religious dialogues with residents to detect early outside influences that can create seeds of hostility. Fifth, collaborating with the TNI military as a supervisor and protector of the community from external influences that threaten the stability of peace.</p> Amin Tohari Copyright (c) 2021 Amin Tohari https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2021-09-16 2021-09-16 1 2 43 65 Online Shop dan Tren Gaya Hidup Shopaholic di Kalangan Mahasiswi http://jurnalfisip.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/JSI/article/view/206 <p>The increasing development of online shops is one of the factors in the occurrence of shopaholic behavior. Shopping through online shops is also conducted by women, especially female students, in the village of Dadapan Lamongan. This study examines how the typology of the <em>shopaholic</em> lifestyle for women, especially female students, in the village of Dadapan and what factors influence women in the village of Dadapan to become <em>shopaholic</em> perpetrators. This study uses a qualitative method with phenomenological approach in understanding the lifestyle changes behind their actions in online shopping. The data were analyzed using the theory of consumption society Jean Baudrillard. There are several findings from this study: 1) There are several <em>shopaholic</em> typologies experienced by women in Dadapan village, namely, the <em>shopaholic</em> type who does not lose to others, the <em>shopaholic</em> type follows trends, the <em>shopaholic</em> type has impulsive symptoms on the spot, and the last is the <em>shopaholic</em> type that is similar. 2). Online shopping addiction can shape changes in the lifestyle of women in Dadapan Village. The factors that cause the shopaholic lifestyle are because they always follow the development of products in the online shop and always monitor the latest products in the online shop. The rise of online shop sites has also caused women in Dadapan Village, especially female students, to behave <em>shopaholic</em>.</p> Siti Azizah Copyright (c) 2021 Siti Azizah https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2021-09-16 2021-09-16 1 2 66 85