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Title: Discourse of ideal muslim family in Southeast Asia: reification and adaptation
Authors: Kusmana
Tantan Hermansyah
Keywords: qur’an;family;community;reification;adaptation;dynamics
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Journal of Critical Reviews
Series/Report no.: Vol. 7;Issue 1
Abstract: Islam has a strong commitment to form an ideal family for its people. It is reflected in the effort of Muslim scholars to formulate it from time to time. Muslim practices and their scholars’ conceptualization of it have been contributing to the foundation of Islamic civilization. Using a descriptive-analytic method and sociological perspective, this study tries to answer the question of how Muslims scholars formulate the concept of ideal muslim family in the modern context? The study finds that the concept of ideal Muslim family has been contextualized poorly since it was formulated in the middle age. Furthermore, in its theoretical level, it turns out to be reificated. It actualized in the form of norm and system of family which are well maintained through various institutions that are inherent in the Muslim community. Referring to the cases in Indonesia and Malaysia in modern time, this process of reification experiences socio-cultural dynamics, with common picture of nurturing the traditional concept of it.
ISSN: 2394-5125
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