Fachruddin Majeri Mangunjaya

Fachruddin Majeri Mangunjaya
universitas nasional | UNAS · Center for Islamic Studies

PhD

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Introduction
Dr. Mangunjaya is Chairman of Center for Islamic Studies, Universitas Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia. He thought Environmental Politic at Post Graduate Program, Faculty of Political Science at Universitas Nasional as well as some basic biology science subjects at Faculty of Biology Universitas Nasional. His profilic profession featured here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6WZb7b42g8 www.drfachruddin.com
Additional affiliations
January 2012 - June 2017
universitas nasional
Position
  • Lecturer
June 2011 - present
universitas nasional
Position
  • Chairman Centre for Islamic Studies
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Publications (61)
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Culture and traditions have started to become extinct so it needs to be investigated further to save the values of tradition and culture. This study aims to find social and cultural capital as well as the economic value of angkringan. The research method used is descriptive qualitative method. While the sampling was done by purposive technique. The...
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The purpose of this research to investigate about the transformation of local knowledge of Lubuk Larangan toward tourism. The research method uses an ethnographic qualitative approach. This method is implemented because this research has a connection to customary societies. To gather data was used as an in-depth interview. Samples are selected thro...
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Natural disasters as a result of natural damage due to human behaviour and natural behaviour. The main objective of this research is to find out the traditions and forms of social capital applied by the indigenous people of Urug from the perspective of key figures in dealing with disasters. At the same time find the mitigation that is done in the f...
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The purpose of this study is to identify the Islamic religious values contained in the Betawi tradition, namely the Nyorog tradition. The nyorog tradition is a tradition that delivers food between family and neighbors which is usually carried out by Betawi residents at the time of Eid al-Fitr. This research uses qualitative research. The research a...
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The aim of this research to find out about Indigenous of Knowledge Urug Community for forecasting climate and environment dynamic toward community resilience. The research method used is the ethnographic approach or cultural anthropology. Ethnography is sorts of qualitative research that need observation, documentary and interview in local societie...
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Bernard T. Adeney-Risakotta, Living in a Sacred Cosmos: Indonesia and the Future of Islam (Southeast Asia Studies, 66; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2018), xvii + 406 pp., ISBN: 9780985042974 (cloth), $39.00, ISBN: 9780985042967, $28.00 (pbk).
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This study aims to find scientific, social and environmental learning before the covid outbreak. Another goal is to find learning strategies during the Covid-19 period and learning priorities and challenges faced by teachers and parents during online learning. The research method approach uses a descriptive qualitative approach. Data were collected...
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Efforts to conserve peatlands and prevent forest fires are inseparable from human awareness and behavior. This study aims to find a model for a religious, moral approach by the clerics in supporting the implementation of peatland restoration. The study was carried out in designated Muslim locations with trained clerics. The farmers surveyed also ha...
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Penelitian bertujuan menemukan nilai-nilai sosial dan perilaku lingkungan pada kegiatan jumat berkah, muludan dan kerjabakti. Metode penelitian yang digunakan yaitu kualitatif. Pengambilan data dengan teknik purposive. Sedangkan pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan wawancara mendalam dengan responden. Hasil penelitian dianalisis dengan teknik triangul...
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This study aims to find the social impact, morals, and strategies for dealing with COVID-19 among students. Another goal is to find out the social, religious and psychological impact of COVID-19 on students at Ibn Khaldun University, Bogor. The research method approach uses a descriptive qualitative approach. Data were collected by in-depth intervi...
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There are several objectives of this research, namely the COVID-19 disaster to provide natural environmental learning or education to humans, including educating people in climate-friendly and low-emission behaviour, saving energy, saving water, and recognizing the ability of the universe. Another goal is to find the social, religious and psycholog...
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The objective of this research was to investigate home garden value for rural development in Situ Udik Bogor West Java. The research method used ethnographic qualitative approach. This method was related to community, social and environment. The data were collected through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. The selection of sample...
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The objective of this research is to find out about character education cares environment based on local knowledge. The studies method used is ethnographic with qualitative approach. This method is implemented because the research is related to the social, traditional ceremony, customary societies, and social as well as cultural phenomena. The data...
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The objective of this research is to investigate Nujuh Bulalanan tradition for resilience societies in customary societies. The method used is ethnography because of research related to societies, cultural, tradition and ritual of the community. Data are collected through in-depth interview with the leader of Urug societies, documentation and obser...
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The purpose of this research is to investigate the community resilience based on Leuit (traditional storage of paddies) in Cipatat Kolot customary community in Bogor, West Java. The research method exerts an ethnographic qualitative approach. To assemble data, an in-depth interview with the Cipatat Kolot customary community leaders and observation...
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The aim of this research will investigate numerous aspects including agriculture sustainable in Islamic perspective. The method use is literature review with decriptive analizis. The result is Islam have several action to reach farming base on environment such as the barring of killing some of animal comprise frog, eagle, bee, and another animals w...
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The objective of this research to investigate traditional agricultural irrigation based on indigenious knowledge of customary urug societies in Bogor West Java. The research method use is Ethnoecology qualitative approach. This method is implemented because research have conection among human (cultural & social) and environment including traditiona...
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The objective of this research to investigate about rareongan sarumpi for rural development in Situ Udik Village Bogor West Java. The research method used qualitative approach. The data are gathred through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. The selection of sample as informant exert purposive sampling technique. The result is the...
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The purpose of this research was to investigate the function of leuit and prohibition Forest based on indigenous knowledge of Urug people for combating climate change toward community resilience. The research method used an ethnographic qualitative approach. This method was related to local cultural, ritual, and traditional communities-the data col...
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The purpose of this research is to investigate bawon system tradition and traditional appliance in the traditional community to empower farming labours toward community resilience. The research method used is an ethnographic qualitative approach. This method is applied because the research is related to cultural, ritual, traditional, and social phe...
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The purpose of this research is to investigate the traditional knowledge of Urug people for climate, conservation, and agriculture. The method use is qualitative with an ethnographic approach. This method is applied because this research is related to social, language, life, and culture of the community. The data are gathered through in-depth inter...
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This study aims to examine Islamic narratives heard at mosques and in study groups in the greater metropolitan area of Jakarta, Indonesia. The article asks if youth and leaders of youth organizations in Jakarta are receptive to radical/terrorist discourse or if they deliberate and weigh what certain narratives mean. Qualitative in-depth interviews...
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Collaboration Centre of Islamic Studies Universitas Nasional, Majelis Sinergi Kalam Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim Se-Indonesia (MASIKA ICMI), and others institution.
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Concern about the importance of getting Muslims involved in the movement for a better environment in Indonesia has existed since the 1980s, since the involvement of the Islamic boarding school leaders in triggering their community and the involvement of NGOs in empowering the community, particularly in environmental and agricultural restoration. Af...
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This research aimed to analyze the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in increasing the profitability and stock price. This research used an explanatory research approach or a quantitative analysis. The sampling took thirteen companies registered in Sri Kehati Index at the period of 2011–2015. The developed model consists of three inde...
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Religious beliefs and spiritual connections to biodiversity have the potential to reduce animosity towards wildlife that might otherwise present a real or perceived threat to local people. Understanding this social dynamic can therefore be important for formulating locally-appropriate species-specific conservation strategies. Using semi-structured...
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Interview transcript in Indonesia. (DOCX)
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Tigers are critically endangered due to deforestation and persecution. Yet in places, Sumatran tigers (Panthera tigris sumatrae) continue to coexist with people, offering insights for managing wildlife elsewhere. Here, we couple spatial models of encounter risk with information on tolerance from 2386 Sumatrans to reveal drivers of human-tiger confl...
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sasi is an effort to conserve naturar resources on land and sea by the indigenous people of Maluku. The practices are based on the knowleige of the community, sasi set the time or period when a resource can be harvested in order not to disrupt its life cycle. sasi can be regarded as one of the local wisdom that can assist conservation efforts categ...
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Tolerance may lessen when wildlife adversely impacts people. Models from psychology can help elucidate how people make judgements, why they act accordingly, and whether beliefs and norms influence support for policy and intervention. Working in a globally important region for tigers, we estimated hunting prevalence for this endangered species and t...
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p>Islam is a religion that covers all aspects of life, not only spirituality. It includes guidance on how humans nurture and care for the nature. Therefore Islam orders humans to manage and preserve the natural wealth and sustainably use. Conservation, meanwhile, is an effort to protect all God’s creatures. The Unviversitas Nasional(UNAS) in cooper...
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At the end of January 2014, the Indonesian Ulama Council announced a fatwa on Wildlife Conservation for the Balance of the Ecosystem. In Aceh province, Islam is strongly adhered to and it is expected that the fatwa would be beneficial to conservation in the province. We tested the effect of this fatwa in relation to attitude, norm and perception of...
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In 2014 the Indonesian Council of Ulama (MUI) release a fatwa (edict) about the Protection of endangered species for the balance of the ecosystem in order to halt the illegal trading and hunting. The fatwa teaches about the human obligations in preserving and ensuring the species survival and protection. This study conducted in assessing the effect...
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In 2014 the Indonesian Council of Ulama (MUI) release a fatwa (edict) about the Protection of endangered species for the balance of the ecosystem in order to halt the illegal trading and hunting. The fatwa teaches about the human obligations in preserving and ensuring the species survival and protection. This study conducted in assessing the effect...
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In 2014 the Indonesian Council of Ulama (MUI) release a fatwa (edict) about the Protection of endangered species for the balance of the ecosystem in order to halt the illegal trading and hunting. The fatwa teaches about the human obligations in preserving and ensuring the species survival and protection. This study conducted in assessing the effect...
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Invited Speaker at Islamic Global Climate Change Declaration: A Call to Action side event hosted by the Global Muslim Climate Network on Thursday 10th November,2016. Side Event, COP 22, UNFCCC, Marrakech, Morocco.
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Regional Interdisciplinary Workshop on Ecological Sustainability, Culture and Religion in Southeast Asia, 14-16 October 2016, Hotel Majestic, KL. By the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Edinburgh.
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Short Course Lecture, Universitas Nasional and Rutgers University. 6 August 2016
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This paper discusses activities undertaken in our attempt to develop environmental awareness and conservation through Islamic teachings in Indonesia. We began by cooperating with pesantren (Islamic Boarding Schools) leaders (ulema) to create a document that included a set of guidelines for Islamic environmental jurisprudence (fiqh al-biah). The doc...
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Invited Speaker by ISESCO on Crans Montana Forum Conference, Dakhla, Marocco, 17 -22 March.
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Invited Speaker Muzakarah Ulama Malaysia tentang Kewajaran Fiqh al Biah, Institute Kefahaman Islam Malaysia (IKIM), Kualalumpur 8 Mac 2016
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This article examines the challenges of environmental degradation and arguing to retun back to the Quran as a search of epistemological foundation of science and a necessary strong foundation in managing the balance of carrying for the earth and environmental crisis. This study also explores the principles of Islamic in view of the environmental ap...
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This paper explores the responses of faith-based movements in Indonesia to globalized environmental issues, including climate change. As a plural nation with six official religions, the leaders of the major recognized religions in Indonesia (i.e., Islam, Protestant and Roman Catholic Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confusianism) all offered st...
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This article examines the challenges of environmental degradation and arguing to retun back to the Quran as a search of epistemological foundation of science and a necessary strong foundation in managing the balance of carrying for the earth and environmental crisis. This study also explores the principles of Islamic in view of the environmental ap...
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Faith-based teachings on the environment have been identified as a potentially effective form of conservation outreach but one that remains largely untested. Indonesia contains 10% of the world's tropical rainforests and is the most populous Muslim country. A faith-based approach to conservation could therefore yield significant conservation benefi...
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In this paper, the authors argue that while state-sponsored efforts to preserve Indonesia's natural resources have been needed, their effectiveness has been limited due to the paucity of available arable land and the frequent conflicts conservation policies have generated among local populations. Rather than a top-down structural approach, they arg...
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This paper discusses activities undertaken in efforts to develop environmental awareness and conservation through Islamic teachings in Indonesia. We began by cooperating with pesantren ulema (the leaders of Islamic boarding schools) to put together a document that included a set of guidelines for Islamic environmental jurisprudence (fiqh al-biʾa)....
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This paper will attempt to determine the Islamic contribution towards conservation issues as well as Islamic approach to nature protection. Islamic tradition recognizes the sacred sites or ‘karamah’. Frequently, a place can be determined as karamah if there is holy site that have been used for Islamic rituals, such as the two holy places: Mecca and...

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This project will develop a unique faith based approach to WASH education, and use materials and resources that will be taught to Islamic leaders, Imams and Islamic boarding schools (pesantren) teachers to create awareness and behavioral change in communities.
Archived project
Two-day training for clerics and teachers associated with 30 pesantren located near the Rimbang Baling reserve in Riau province. The “training of trainers” will use the educational materials produced in this project to explain the guidelines of the biodiversity fatwa from both religious and scientific perspectives. http://www.rufford.org/projects/fachruddin_mangunjaya_0