Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences Education (ICSSE 2020)

Banjar Women’s Cultural Patterns in Building Local Awareness About Welfare (A Study on the Tradition of Reading the Manakib Siti Khodijah at the Ar-Rahmah Sekumpul Recitation)

Authors
Alfisyah, Yuli Apriati, Laila Azkia
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DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210222.046How to use a DOI?
Keywords
component, koran, manaqib, women, welfare
Abstract
This paper aims to examine local cultural patterns in building community awareness and knowledge of values. In particular, this paper tries to explore the methods of the Banjar community, especially Banjar women in building, growing and transforming knowledge about welfare through reading Siti Khadijah’s manakib. The reading of Siti Khadijah’s manakib is a tradition among Banjar women which is carried out on various occasions when certain religious rituals are carried out. Especially the reading of Siti Khadijah’s manakib is also routinely carried out at the recitation institution every 11th day according to the hijriyah calendar every month. Banjar women in this study are not only seen as passive actors who only accept and become objects of socio-cultural transformation but also play an active role in the transformation process. Even women, who have been considered subordinate in various religious activities, in this Islamic religious study institution have a role in transmitting Islamic knowledge and also transforming local socio-cultural values, especially welfare values. Through recitation institutions, especially through the ritual reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib, women have played a role in dynamizing the economy and teaching world asceticism. The reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib reflects the ways in which local people grow and raise hopes for welfare for the sustainability of life and society. Even women, who have been considered subordinate in various religious activities, in this study institution have a role in transmitting Islamic knowledge and also transforming local socio-cultural values, especially welfare values. Through recitation institutions, particularly through the ritual reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib, women have played a role in dynamizing the economy and teaching world asceticism. The reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib reflects the ways in which local people grow and raise hopes for welfare for the sustainability of life and society. Even women, who have been considered subordinate in various religious activities, in this Islamic religious study institution have a role in transmitting Islamic knowledge and also transforming local socio-cultural values, especially welfare values. Through recitation institutions, especially through the ritual reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib, women have played a role in dynamizing the economy and teaching world asceticism. The reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib reflects the ways in which local people grow and raise hopes for welfare for the sustainability of life and society. Through recitation institutions, especially through the ritual reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib, women have played a role in dynamizing the economy and teaching world asceticism. The reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib reflects the ways in which local people grow and raise hopes for welfare for the sustainability of life and society. Through recitation institutions, especially through the ritual reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib, women have played a role in dynamizing the economy and teaching world asceticism. The reading of Siti Khadijah’s manaqib reflects the ways in which local people grow and raise hopes for welfare for the sustainability of life and society.
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Volume Title
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences Education (ICSSE 2020)
Series
Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
Publication Date
24 February 2021
ISBN
978-94-6239-340-0
ISSN
2352-5398
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210222.046How to use a DOI?
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This is an open access article distributed under the CC BY-NC license.

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