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Muhammadiyah-Aisyiyah sebagai Kritik Sosial

Sejak awal pertumbuhannya, Muhammadiyah dan Aisyiyah muncul sebagai kritik sosial. Keduanya merupakan autokritik terhadap praksis sosial Muslim yang justru bertentangan dengan ajaran Islam.

1.Toer, Pramoedya Ananta (2002). Bumi Manusia. Jakarta: Hasta Mitra
2.Nurlaelawati, Euis (2010). Modernization, Tradition, and Identity: The Kompilasi Hukum Islam and Legal Practice in the Indonesian Religious Courts. Amsterdam University Press
3.Burhanudin, Jajat and Kees van Dijk (2013). Islam in Indonesia: Contrasting Images and Interpretations. Amsterdam University Press
4.Woodward, Mark (2011). Java, Indonesia, and Islam. Springer Netherlands
5.Boland, B. J. (1971). The Struggle of Islam in Modern Indonesia. Springer Netherlands
6.Kersten, Carool (2017). A History of Islam in Indonesia: Unity in Diversity. Edinburgh University Press
7.Kersten, Carool (2016). Islam in Indonesia: The Contest for Society, Ideas, and Values. Oxford University Press
8.Geertz, Clifford (1976). The Religion of Java. University of Chicago Press
9.Fealy, Greg and Sally White (2008). Expressing Islam: Religious Life and Politics in Indonesia. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
10.Madinier, Remi (2015). Islam and Politics in indonesia. NUS Press
11.Hadler, Jeffrey (2010). Sengketa Tiada Putus: Matriarkat, Reformisme Islam, dan Kolonialisme di Minangkabau. Freedom Institute
12.Bowen, John R. (2003). Islam, Law, and Equality in Indonesia: an Anthropology of Public Reasoning. Cambridge University Press.
13.Bennett, Linda R. (2005). Women, Islam, and Modernity: Single Women, Sexuality and Reproductive Health in Contemporary Indonesia. Routledge Courzon.
14.Hooker, M. B. (2004). Indonesian Islam. University of Hawai'i Press.
15.Van Doorn-Harder, Pieternella (2006). Women Shaping Islam: Reading the Qur'an in Indonesia. University of Illinois Press

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