Sociology of Religion as a Research Focus
Qolbi Mujahidillah Adzimat Sukmayadi or familiarly called Qolbi is one of the outstanding students of Sociology Education class of 2020. Qolbi was born in Bandung, January 5, 2002. In addition to being busy in lectures, Qolbi is currently also actively participating in research that focuses on the Sociology of Religion.
There are several research titles that have been worked on by Qolbi, namely:
a. As the first author of the study "Virtual Religious EduTour: Strengthening Religious Inclusionism through Pancasila Village Tourism". The study was published in a sinta indexed journal in 2022.
b. As the first author of the study "The Concept of Akhlakul Karimah in Instagram Based on Sufism Values" The research was published in the indexed journal Sinta in 2022.
c. As the first author of the scientific article "Analysis of The Meaning of Religion for Transgender in The Middle of The Majority Religious Community". The scientific article has been presented at the International Conference on General Education in 2022.
d. As the first author of the scientific article "Inclusive Theology as a Resolution of Religious Conflicts in the Digital Age". The scientific article has been published in a sinta indexed journal in 2022.
e. As the first author of the scientific article "Analysis of Cyber Terrorism Resolution through a Sociological Approach". The scientific article is currently in the review stage in the indexed journal sinta.
f. As the first author of the scientific article "Analysis of The Meaning of Religion for Transgender in The Middle of The Majority Religious Community". The scientific article has been presented at the International Conference on General Education in 2022.
g. As the second author of the scientific article "Efforts to Strengthen Religious Inclusionism through Student Organizations". The scientific article has been accepted and will be published in a sinta indexed journal in 2023.
Qolbi's motivation to be active in research activities is the closest people, especially family, who are inspirational in producing the best works. In addition, Qolbi also thinks that science is a provision of life that will later be useful for oneself and the wider community. In the process, Qolbi found it difficult with the concept of "learning by doing", which is learning by practicing. Even so, prayer, perseverance, and input from those closest to him are reasons for Qolbi to continue to learn and hone his skills in research.
There were ups and downs that Qolbi missed during the research process. Qolbi certainly feels proud if the research produced can provide answers to a social problem. In addition, there is also grief that is felt, where there are unexpected things both during the research and afterwards such as Research participants disappeared without news, unsatisfactory research results, numerous revisions from journal reviewers, to the rejection of scientific articles by the editor-in-chief of the journal.
The satisfaction of hard work during the process of carrying out activities becamethe most rewarding experience and impression for Qolbi. Not to forget, Qolbi also gained a sense of joy and pride because he could contribute to sociology as well as boast of those closest to him. The message from Qolbi, never hesitate to pour our thoughts and ideas into research, even if they seem "weird" and unusual. Enthusiasm and unyielding in the process must also be maintained.