Journal of Social and Political

Sciences

ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)

ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)

Published: 16 September 2019

Capital and Capacity in Reproduction of The Community of Masjid Kampung Jogokariyan Yogyakarta

Ahmad Arrozy, Mahendra Wijaya, Drajat Tri Kartono

Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1991.02.03.117

Pages: 767-776

Keywords: Capital, Capacity. Reproduction

Abstract

This study aims to describe capital and capacity in the community of the community of masjid kampung Jogokariyan, Yogyakarta. Supported by life-history data, the Islamic education space is a reproduction of the community, while capital and capacity are energy for the sustainability of the community. The historical-sociology studies an approach in observing time diachronicly for daily social life. Sociologist Giddens supports the study of historical-sociology because it is able to track the interdependence between action and structure. Time is an integral part of the discussion of social reproduction (Giddens, 2001). The rules and resources used by actors are re-formed through the process of community use and sustainability. Capital comes from the management of Muslim merchants who support the community, while capacity building comes from empowerment actions in the form of increasing skills and placement of educational credentials. The results of this study indicate the relationship between actors is a network of managerial systems for sustainable communities. The masjid kampung community is the agent for solving social problems in the Kampong Jogokariyan area such as the inability to try micro-economic areas. The aspirations of the community experience the transmission of knowledge between the younger generation. The space for Islamic education has increased the spirit of development as well as being a cultural legacy with a homogeneous type of experience in the realm of the religious communities of the cities of Yogyakarta.

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