Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan https://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/dakwah/JPMI <p style="text-align: justify;">Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan (ISSN : (Print) <a href="http://issn.pdii.lipi.go.id/issn.cgi?daftar&amp;1497587453&amp;1&amp;&amp;">2580-863X </a> | (Online) <a href="http://issn.pdii.lipi.go.id/issn.cgi?daftar&amp;1502861315&amp;1&amp;&amp;">2597-7768 </a>) is a peer-reviewed journal published and managed by Islamic Community Development, Faculty of Da'wah and Communication, <a href="https://uin-suka.ac.id/">UIN Sunan Kalijaga</a> Yogyakarta in collaboration with <a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oSakD7dPkakT6dk2GwGkQNcyhSOy1bM7/view">Asosiasi Pembangunan Sosial Indonesia</a> (APSI) and <a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/17xoeSVW-QIdAMa-9BOHHxqB0N9uPn67S/view">Perkumpulan Pengembangan Masyarakat Islam</a> (P2MI). 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As such, fierce debate has become unavoidable for Islamist and revivalist groups that feel discriminated against for practicing Islam in public spaces. This article discusses Salafism and Wahabism in contemporary Turkey, starting from its inception to its da'wah and development strategies in society. The article used a qualitative approach with a literature review. The data was collected from secondary sources, including research results by scholars and various pieces of information in the mass media that emerged during the era of Recep Tayyip Erdogan until 2022. This article scrutinizes (1) the history of the resurgence of Salafism and Wahabism in Turkey due to the influence of the social and political situation; (2) pro-Islamic political policies in the government providing an opportunity for Salafi and Wahabi to develop in Turkey; and (3) the form and strategy of a pro-active and non-confrontational Salafi group in Turkey. This third part is very urgent for this article because it relates to secular Turkey's social, political, and cultural contexts.</p> B.J. Sujibto Ikram Filiz Copyright (c) 2023 2023-07-26 2023-07-26 7 1 1 26 10.14421/jpm.2023.071-01 Traditional Pesantren, Parental Involvement, and Santri Well-being: Insights from Pesantren Sunan Pandanaran of Yogyakarta https://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/dakwah/JPMI/article/view/2124 <p style="font-weight: 400;">The importance of student well-being in the context of positive youth development is widely acknowledged, despite little recognitions regarding what it means for <em>santri</em> to live well in the educational setting of traditional pesantren. “santri well-being” encompasses a dual-faceted composition, encompassing affective elements and life satisfaction of the pesantren students. A kiai or caregivers, not only acting as a prominent religious scholar and charismatic leader, but also assumes a pivotal role as a custodial figure within the contextual fabric of traditional pesantren milieu. The focal point of this research revolves around the examination of santri well-being within the context of Pesantren Sunan Pandanaran. With an educational heritage spanning half a century, it maintains a profound affiliation with Nahdlatul Ulama, the largest Islamic organization in contemporary Indonesia. Situated in Yogyakarta, the pesantren has exhibited substantial progress of education strategies over time, adopting modern innovations while upholding its traditional Sunni values and principles. The research methodology involved the purposive selection of eight informants strategically chosen in accordance with the research objectives. This cohort comprises both students and caregivers affiliated with the pesantren. The findings marked Pesantren Sunan Pandanaran’s swift adaptation to modern educational paradigms while preserving its traditional values. A complex network of parental apparatuses exists to provide care, guidance, and support to santri, encapsulating a range of individuals and roles that collectively contribute to overall well-being and development of students. This complexity is further underscored by the collective commitment of pesantren members to uphold the Sunni theology with a demand on righteous and orthodox belief. Through such dynamic caregiving approaches, the pesantren seeks to strike a balance between tradition-innovation, thus fulfilling its mission to nurture santri well-being and satisfaction within a rich Islamic Sunni tradition.</p> Asep Jahidin Copyright (c) 2023 Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat: Media Pemikiran dan Dakwah Pembangunan 2023-06-30 2023-06-30 7 1 27 48 10.14421/jpm.2023.071-02 From Traditional Trade to E-Commerce: Case Analysis on Empowerment of Conventional Market Traders in Yogyakarta https://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/dakwah/JPMI/article/view/2598 <p>Conventional markets have increasingly marginalized in the modernization era from consumers, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, and have affected the decreasing traders' income. Therefore, this study aims to analyze the efforts to empower conventional market traders in increasing their income through the development of an e-commerce transaction system. A qualitative approach was used with data collection techniques, such as interviews and observations, while the data were analyzed by interactive technique. According to the results, the development of an e-commerce transaction system in conventional markets was conducted with a strategy of assessing market potential, socializing e-commerce concepts, and training on website management. At the implementation level, two factors behind the success of this program were the role of universities and financial support from the local government. Furthermore, the inhibiting factors include the social motivation of consumers in shopping and the cost of shipping goods. The efforts to develop an e-commerce transaction system was ineffective in increasing traders' income, while the loyalty of consumers who continue to shop at the market can contribute to the increase in income.</p> Aziz Muslim Copyright (c) 2023 2023-06-30 2023-06-30 7 1 49 68 10.14421/jpm.2023.071-03 More Innovation, Less Poverty-Stricken: A Case of Rural Youth Activism in Trenggalek, Indonesia https://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/dakwah/JPMI/article/view/2445 <p style="font-weight: 400;">The COVID-19 pandemic has evoked collective anxiety among rural populations due to social restrictions that have caused disruptions to local education and industries. This article delves into the intricate social innovations undertaken by <em>Ikatan Sedulur Trenggalek</em> [Trenggalek Brotherhood] in its endeavors to address the multifaceted challenges of poverty amid the backdrop of pandemic. IST as a prominent constituent of Trenggalek civil society assumes a pivotal role in the realm of rural humanitarian affairs and the provision of robust health support. This empirical investigation primarily seeks to illuminate the profound social programs orchestrated by astute youth members within this fraternal association, which have emerged as indispensable responses to the escalating urgency of poverty-related predicaments stemming from the pandemic. The analysis reveals that IST, as a rural youth-led civil society initiative, has undergone innovations and adaptations during the pandemic. The results highlight some of IST's principal programs, including the creation of a digital database for local individuals in need, ambulance services, voluntary initiatives, fund-raising programs, and institutional collaborations with rural entities and local institutions. This research strives to provide scholarly insights into the indispensable contributions of rural youth activism in ameliorating the plight of poverty during the tumultuous course of pandemic.</p> Dedo Ari Setiawan Eka Zuni Lusi Astuti Copyright (c) 2023 2023-06-30 2023-06-30 7 1 69 92 10.14421/jpm.2023.071-04 Pseudo-Participation in Sustainable Development Programs: A Critical Reflection on Indonesian Local Cases https://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/dakwah/JPMI/article/view/2477 <div><span class="A6"><span lang="EN-GB">It is expected that the central government promotes sustainable development goals (SDGs) to enhance social participation and inclusivity in creating sustainable livelihoods at the village level. Although the Indonesian government has implemented policies to increase stakeholder awareness, there are still restrictions on inclusive participation, limiting the democratic process. This paper aims to analyse the promotion of SDGs in Terong Dlingo Village, Bantul Regency, Indonesia, focusing on regulatory aspects and social participation. The research adopts a case study approach using qualitative methods, including observations and in-depth interviews with local practitioners. The findings reveal that the SDGs village program is largely influenced by a top-down approach, despite efforts made by individuals, families, neighbourhoods, and other elements through surveys conducted on SDGs villages. In response, the researchers suggest that greater efforts are needed to effectively socialise and supervise the program to raise awareness among the local population regarding the benefits of SDGs village programs. It is recommended that an effective socialisation and communication strategy be implemented to encourage continuous local participation in this program.</span></span></div> Fadjarini Sulistyowati MC. Candra Rusmala Dibyorini B. Hari Saptaning Tyas Condrodewi Puspitasari Copyright (c) 2023 2023-06-30 2023-06-30 7 1