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Kanafi, Imam and Susminingsih, Susminingsih (2012) MYSTICISM IN BATIK INDUSTRIAL RELATION : THE STUDY OF TRUST ACHIEVEMENT ON THE SURVIVABILITY OF SMALL-MEDIUM BATIK INDUSTRY AT PEKALONGAN CITY. In: Conference Proceedings: Annual International Conference on Islamic Studies (AICIS) XII, 5 – 8 November 2012, Surabaya – Indonesia.

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Relation between economy and religion had been knew for a long time ago, like Max Weber said by his writing, The Protestant Ethic and The Spirit of Capitalism and The Protestant Sects and The Spirit of Capitalism. Collaboration between spirituality development and wealth reaches becomes a unique chemistry; the act which doing in meditation which happen in the act. This is important to note that spiritual well being actually has important role by four domains; personal, communal, environmental and transcendental. One’s mystically experiences, when he try to learn transcendent thing, can rise senses like happiness and calmness. It’s very interesting to analysis the mysticism experiences in industrial relation, especially to know how the spirit capability can decide about their (employer-employee) interaction. Ritual action and belief are alike to be understood as forms of symbolic statement about social order. In batik industry, it has an important role to reinforce their social capital and make the industry more survive especially to face many problems for example about productivity, motivation, trust and also wage as physically thing. This paper suggested that there was interrelated between batik industrial relation and many mysticism or ritual that they practiced at Pekalongan City. This paper wants to know how the spiritual force (as output from one’s transcendent experience) can decide the interraction between employer and employee. This role supposed to survivability of batik industry. So, many problems that we will be discuss are: how mysticism tradition that employer-employee done at Pekalongan City? How mysticism tradition becomes to a trusting tool to manage batik industry? How that mysticism tradition can influence the relation between them? How the mysticism and relation with the employee influence the survivability by culture, myth and commodity perspectives? By their mysticism experiences, like dzikiran, manakiban, khaul and muludan, the people reached the spiritual force which had important role not only for them personally but also to maintain their work –their relation with other employee- so they felt stronger when they faced the change of business and makes their industry be more survival. It’s should be note then that batik well known because of culture context, myth and trading at Pekalongan City. Batik had an important role as spiritual tool by many rituals they did as mystical achievement, to be close to God. This paper result is that in spite of the business they hold, the employer-employee also improved their religiosity by joint many practices as their pray or tradition. Of course this paper involved belief system theory which look the personality structure as organizationally of belief, behavior and the value which concern on oneself and other. By symbolic interractionism perspective too, it’s clear for us that when employer-employee had the work meaning as a pray, they tried to interrelate their business with their spirituality. We find that human behavior as the product of such factors, myth, economy, culture, belief and many else.


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Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Kanafi, ImamImamkanafi165@kemenag.go.idUNSPECIFIED
Susminingsih, Susminingsihmamafahmi_62@yahoo.comUNSPECIFIED
Subjects: Industri tekstil
Keywords: Mysticism In Batik; Batik Industry; Batik Pekalongan
Divisions: Karya Ilmiah > Conference
Depositing User: Editor : Abdun Nashir------
Date Deposited: 04 Aug 2016 01:49
Last Modified: 04 Aug 2016 01:56

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