Social Capital: Strategy of Takmir of Jogokariyan Mosque on Developing the Worshipers

Wahyu Panca Hidayat

Abstract


This paper discusses a phenomenon of mosque’s worshipers as a social capital. Jogokariyan Mosque is, named after the village, located in Special District of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and has a dynamic worshiper based on its activities. Dynamic because its activities could establish trustworthiness among them. Historically, existence of Muhammadiyah, as an Islamic dakwah body, since 1960s constructs norms that refer to Islamic values. The length of existence of Muhammadiyah movement builds unique networking among the alumni of Takmir of Jogokariyan Mosque, which then is used to support mosque’s movements. Thus, social capital analysis based on Robert D. Putnam’s perspective, which contains norms, networks, and trust is relevant to draw social capital phenomenon in Jogokariyan village with mosque as the key of this movement.


Keywords


Mosque; Social Capital; Jogokariyan

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