Sunni and Shi’ah in Cultural Acculturation (Inter-Cultural and Religious Communication of Sunni and Shia Groups in Shelters)
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- Sunni, Shi’ah, Cultural, Religion
This study aims to describe and explain the cultural acculturation between the Shiite group (refugees from Sampang) with the Sunni group (local residents in Puspa Agro Sidoarjo flats). This research is based on the fact that interaction and cultural acculturation between Shiites and Sunni groups are always out of harmony. There is always a barrier that causes them to not be able to interact and communicate well, as well as cases that occur in the Sidoarjo Agro Puspa flats where Shia refugees are placed. Data collection was carried out by in-depth interviews, observations, and relevant literature studies involving two different groups living in the Puspa Agro Sidoarjo flats. The method used is Snowball Sampling. The results of this study indicate that, Cultural Acculturation that occurs between Shiite groups and Sunni groups in Puspa Agro Sidoarjo flats cannot occur properly, due to; First, there is no similarity in the concept of diversity. The difference lies in the identity of refugees as a Shiite group. Second, the difference in language used as a communication tool. Third, differences in cultural backgrounds, Shiite groups as low culture and Sunni groups as high culture. Fourth, there is no institutional or togetherness forum that can support acculturation. Negotiations The identities of Shiite groups always fail because of the negative stigma of Shiite groups against Sunni groups.
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TY - CONF AU - Didik Hariyanto AU - Djarot Meidi Budi Utomo AU - Ricka Astari PY - 2021 DA - 2021/03/08 TI - Sunni and Shi’ah in Cultural Acculturation (Inter-Cultural and Religious Communication of Sunni and Shia Groups in Shelters) BT - Proceedings of the 1st Paris Van Java International Seminar on Health, Economics, Social Science and Humanities (PVJ-ISHESSH 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 304 EP - 306 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210304.066 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.210304.066 ID - Hariyanto2021 ER -