Perspectives on The Monopoly of Religiusity in Novel Tuhan Maha Asyik 2 By Sujiwo Tejo and Dr. Muhammad Nursamad Kamba

religiosity, monopoly, power, critical discourse analysis

Authors

  • Nindia Pratiwi
    nindiapratiwi.2020@student.uny.ac.id
    Postgraduate Student, Indonesian Language and Literature Education, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
  • Else Liliani Postgraduate Student, Indonesian Language and Literature Education, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
July 4, 2021

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This analysis aims to describe and explain forms of monopoly religiosity using micro, meso, and macro text analysis of Norman Fairclough's critical discourse model in the novel Tuhan Maha Asyik 2 by Sujiwo Tejo and DR. Muhammad Nursamad Kamba. This analysis uses a descriptive-analytical method with the object of research in the form of the power of certain groups over religion in the novel Tuhan Maha Asyik 2. The data collection technique in this analysis is documentation. The technique used to analyze the data using the flow model (flow model) Miles and Huberman. The source of the data used comes from the text of the novel Tuhan Maha Asyik 2 by Sujiwo Tejo and DR. Muhammad Nursamad Kamba 366 pages thick. The results of the analysis from the micro, meso, and macro levels show that there are forms of the monopoly of religiosity that are perpetuated by certain groups in society that require personal interests under the guise of religion. Certain groups monopolize religion, then God is ridden to legitimize political desires under the guise of religion, armed with the puncture of words on the pulpit. These sad messages were presented by Sujiwo Tejo and Dr Muhammad Nursamad Kamba in the sequel Tuhan Maha Asyik 2.