Stuck in Sharia Space: The Experiences of Christian Students to Reside in Langsa, Aceh

Al-Jami'ah: Journal of Islamic Studies

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Title Stuck in Sharia Space: The Experiences of Christian Students to Reside in Langsa, Aceh
Creator Febriandi, Yogi
Amri, Yaser
Subject Sociology; religious freedom; Christian-Muslim Relation
Christian students; Sharia space; religious identities; Aceh
Description This article examines the problem of spatial access for Christian students of Samudera University as experiences of minorities in Langsa, Aceh. This article argues that Aceh’s public space that is formed by religious identity, leads dichotomy of citizenship in social life. Using life story method, this article explores the problem of Christian students of Samudera University to reside in Langsa. The results show the formation of space by displaying a single identity has polarized majority-minority in public space. Finally, this article also shows that the formation of space by displaying a single identity created an imbalance space for minority, and compelling minority to create alternative space.[Artikel ini membahas persoalan akses ruang berdasarkan pengalaman mahasiswa minoritas Kristen di Universitas Samudera, Langsa, Aceh. Artikel ini berargumentasi bahwa ruang publik Aceh terbentuk oleh identitas religius yang berujung pada dikotomi kehidupan sosial penduduknya. Dengan pendekatan life story, artikel ini menjelaskan masalah yang dihadapi mahasiswa Kristen yang tinggal di Langsa, Aceh. Dalam kesimpulannya menunjukkan bahwa formasi ruang publik terbelah dan tidak seimbang antara identitas mayoritas dan minoritas, dimana identitas minoritas terdesak untuk menciptakan ruang alternatif baru.]     
Publisher Al-Jami'ah Research Centre
Date 2021-05-26
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Al-Jami'ah: Journal of Islamic Studies; Vol 59, No 1 (2021); 33-56
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Yogi Febriandi, Yaser Amri

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