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Author Kim, Hyung-Jun.

Title Reformist Muslims in a Yogyakarta village : the Islamic transformation of contemporary socio-religious life / Hyung-Jun Kim.

Imprint Canberra : ANU E Press, 2007.

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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 295 pages) : illustrations, maps, digital
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Note Title from PDF image of title page (viewed May 2, 2008).
Originally submitted as Thesis (Ph. D.) - Australian National University, 1996.
"February 1996."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-295).
Contents 1. Introduction -- Review of Studies about Islam in Java -- Organisation and Objectives of the Study -- 2. Recent Socio-Economic Developments in Kolojonggo -- Kolojonggo: A Hamlet in Yogyakarta -- Introduction of the Green Revolution -- Development of the Rural Labour Market in Kolojonggo -- Differentiation of Peasants in terms of Landholdings -- 3. From Bamboo Langgar to Brick Masjid: Islamic Development in Kolojonggo -- Development of Islam under the Dutch Colonialism -- Islamic Development after the Independence of Indonesia -- From Bamboo Langgar to Brick Masjid -- Islamic Development after the Construction of the Masjid -- 4. The Islamisation of Everyday Life -- Religious Activities of Muslim Villagers -- Salat and the Fast -- Islamic Law and Everyday Life -- The Islamisation of others' everyday life -- 5. The Islamisation of Village Tradition -- The Process of Kendhuri -- Various Occasions to Celebrate Kendhuri -- Islamic Development and Kendhuri -- Islamising the Meaning of Ritual Foods -- Syncretism and Tradition -- Constructing a New Islamic Tradition -- 6. Reformist Islam and Supernatural Beings -- Previous Situation of Belief in Supernatural Beings -- Reformist Attack and Supernatural Beings -- The Position of Supernatural Beings -- The Diversification of Villagers Seeking Ilmu -- 7. Muslim and Christian Relations in Kolojonggo -- Development of Christianity in Java and Yogyakarta: Some Statistical Considerations -- Development of Christianity in Kolojonggo -- Clarification of the Boundary between Muslims and Christians -- Expansion of Religious Difference in Non-Religious Domains -- 8. War of Words: The Muslim Villagers' View of Christians, Christianity and Christianisation -- Harmony and Tension in Everyday Life -- Conversion; Ideological War -- Superiority of Islam -- 9. Concluding Remarks -- Appendix A. Socio-Economic Developments in Kolojonggo before 1965 -- Economic History of Yogyakarta in the 19th century -- Reorganisation in the Principalities -- Rural Economy in the Old Order Period -- Appendix B. The War of Words: Voices of the Christians.
1. Introduction -- 2. Recent socio-economic developments in Kolojonggo -- 3. From Bamboo langgar to brick Masjid: Islamic development in Kolojonggo -- 4. The Islamisation of everyday life -- 5. The Islamisation of village tradition -- 6. Reformist Islam and supernatural beings -- 7. Muslim and Christian relations in Kolojonggo -- 8. War of Words: the Muslim villagers' view of Christians, Christianity and Christianisation -- 9. Concluding remarks -- Appendix A. Socio-economic developments in Kolojonggo before 1965 -- Appendix B. The war of words: voices of the Christians.
Summary This study examines the religious life of reformist Muslims in a Yogyakarta village. The foci of this discussion are on Muslim villagers' construction, with the help of the reformist paradigm, of the image of the 'good Muslim' and 'Muslim-ness', on their efforts to incorporate an (reformist) Islamic framework to question taken-for-granted practices and ideas, on the position of traditional practices and ideas and their relation to reformist Islam, and on the interplay of villagers who show a strong commitment to reformist Islam with those who do not. Another topic investigated in this study is the interactions between Muslim and Christian villagers and the impacts of Christian presence on the process by which Muslims define themselves, their neighbours, their religion and their religious community.
Note Print version record.
Language English.
Subject Islamic renewal -- Indonesia -- Yogyakarta -- Case studies.
Muslims -- Indonesia -- Yogyakarta -- Case studies.
Yogyakarta (Indonesia) -- Social life and customs.
Religious groups: social and cultural aspects.
Social groups.
Society and culture: general.
Society and social sciences Society and social sciences.
RELIGION -- Islam -- Rituals & Practice.
Islamic renewal. (OCoLC)fst00980053
Manners and customs. (OCoLC)fst01007815
Muslims. (OCoLC)fst01031029
Indonesia -- Yogyakarta. (OCoLC)fst01206069
Indexed Term Religious life
Muslims
Islam
Religion
Culture
Java
Indonesia
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Ebook.
Case studies. (OCoLC)fst01423765
Other Form: Print version: Kim, Hyung-Jun. Reformist Muslims in Yogyakarta Village. Canberra : ANU E Press, 2007 1920942343 (OCoLC)271283438
ISBN 1920942351 (electronic bk.)
9781920942359 (electronic bk.)
1920942343
9781920942342
Standard No. AU@ 000042126319
AU@ 000051588815
AU@ 000058146315
AU@ 000060580817
GBVCP 1008650803
GBVCP 865752109

 
    
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