Proceedings of the International Conference on Islamic and Muhammadiyah Studies (ICIMS 2022)

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Peer-Review Statements

Mohammad Zakki Azani, Syamsul Hidayat, Triono Ali Mustofa, Mohamad Ali
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Mulang Tarima: The Gratitude Concept in Sundanese Interpretation

Aisyah Septiana Sukmadewi, Ahmad Nurrohim, Yeti Dahliana, Alfiatul Azizah
During the COVID-19 pandemic, apart from physical health problems, mental health disorders increased significantly. Various efforts have been made to maintain mental health, including using a positive emotional approach, such as gratitude. The study of gratitude has been widely discussed from various...
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Tafseer Study Orientation in Muhammadiyah University: An Enticement

An-NajmiFikri Ramadhan, Ahmad Nurrahim, Ainur Rhain, Andri Nirwana. AN
Muhammadiyah has a dynamic treasure of developing commentary studies. However, very few studies on interpretation in Muhammadiyah are carried out at Muhammadiyah Higher Education (MHE). Broadly speaking, the tradition of commentary studies in Muhammadiyah can be classified into two, namely the written...
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Review of Tafsir Ahkam Rawai’ Al Bayan Tafsir Ayat Al Ahkam Min Al Qur’an Against MUI Fatwa Number 18 of 2020 Regarding Guidelines for the Dead Body Management (Tajhiz Al-Jana’iz) of Muslims Infected with COVID-19

Ainurrohmah Urbaningrum, Syamsul Hidayat
The fatwa commission of the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) has issued a fatwa regarding guidelines for handling the dead bodies of Muslims infected with the COVID-19 virus in March 2020, as a reference for medical personnel and all Indonesian people in the management of dead bodies. However, in the community,...
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The Meaning of Hijrah in the Qur’an Surah An-Nisa [4] verse 100: From the View of Esoteric and Exoteric Interpretation

Andilau Andilau, Andri Nirwana AN, Saifudin Saifudin, Abdullah Mahmud
The understanding of hijrah should not stop at only outward understanding. It is because, in the Islamic scientific tradition, the inner aspect also needs to be considered. Currently, hijrah is becoming a trend, but it is interpreted with meaning. Hijrah, in this case, is defined as a term for people...
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The Concept of Ummatan Wasatan in The Qur’an (A Comparative Study of Tafsir Fii Zhilaalil Qur’an by Sayyid Qutb and Tafsir Al-Munir By Wahbah Zuhayli)

Mukhlish Abdul Rosyid, Zulfa Mumtaza, Ahmad Nurrohim, Yeti Dahliana
This research discusses the concept of Ummatan Wasaṭan in the Qur’an through a comparison of Sayyid Qutb’s interpretation in Tafsir Fī Ẓilālil Qur’an and Wahbah Zuhayli’s interpretation in Tafsir Al-Munir, with the aim of examining the meaning of Ummatan Wasaṭan in both interpretations. The researchers...
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Meaning of The Word Libās in Q.S. Al-Baqarah [2]:187 in Michael Camille Riffaterre’s Semiotics Application

April Haji, Sidik Saiful Anwar, Andri Nirwana, Ahmad Nurrohim
The word libās can be found in several surahs of the Qur’an. There are various meanings of the word libās. For this reason, this study aims to discuss the basic concepts of Michael Camille Riffaterre’s Semiotics and how to apply the meaning of the word libās in Q.S. Al-Baqarah [2]:187. In this research,...
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Review of Scientific Interpretation of Al Ayat Al Kawniyah Fi Al Quran Al Karim Against Immunity and Vaccination

Hafsah Hafsah, dan Andri Nirwana AN, Suharjianto Suharjianto
For two years, people in the world are still battling an outbreak caused by the covid-19 virus that continues to mutate. Health is an important thing that must always be considered to maintain the body’s defenses from current viral attacks. Vaccination is one of the results of efforts by doctors to reduce...
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A Review of Tafsir Al-Misbah of Religious Tolerance in QS. Al-An’am Verse 108

Ardhio Setiawan, Saifudin Saifudin, Waston Waston, Abdullah Mahmud
Islam has given great concern to the need for religious tolerance since the start of Islamic civilization in the world. Specifically, Indonesia is a developing country with a large Muslim population and is known as a pluralistic nation, a nation with various religions, ethnicities, tribes, and cultures....
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Reception of Closes Awrah Student of Al Qur’an Science and Tafsir UMS (Study of Living Quran Verses Close Awrah)

Hanifatul Auliya, Alfiyatul Azizah, Abdullah Mahmud, Saifudin Saifudin
Closing the awrah is the obligation of Muslim women contained in QS. An-Nur verses 31 and QS. Al-Ahzab verse 59, although there are still many who have not fulfilled the rules of Shari’ah. Muslim women’s awareness in closing awrah increased very rapidly in various places. It cannot be denied that some...
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Viruses and Plague in Al-Azhar’s Tafsir: Correlation of Covid-19 Discovery with Alquran Verses

Kuswardani Dyah Ayu Kusumaningrum, Alfiyatul Azizah, Yeti Dahliana, Ahmad Nurrohim
Viruses are the smallest invisible creatures that Allah Swt. creates to test people. The creation of the virus is none other than Allah Swt. wants to show the worship of mankind and distinguish between one who believes and one who is unbeliever. Viruses that infect only part of humans are not a problem....
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Concepts of Ijtihad Bayani, Ta’lili, and Istislahi on Muhammadiyah and Qauli Approach to NU

Hanifah Kusumastuti, Imron Rosyadi, dan Tasyha Puji Nugraha, Ainur Rhain
Ijtihad began to become a necessity to find certainty of Islamic law in the rapid pace of change and development of the times. Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) realized the importance of ijtihad in answering modern problems by being realized in the form of fatwa institutions. Muhammadiyah has a...
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Construction of the Izdiwajiy Method and Its Application in Tafsir Al-Hidayah

Muh. Hamdan Syakirin, Andri Nirwana AN, Ainur Rhain
The development of interpretation methodology from the time of salaf to contemporary produces various methods, such as tahlili, ijmali, muqarran, and maudhu’i methods. New methods are constantly emerging and evolving from the shortcomings of previous methods in answering new problems and problems at...
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Principles of Radicalism Sayyid Qutb Perspective in Tafsir Fi Zhilalil Quran

Muhamad Soleh, Andri Nirwana AN, Suharjianto Suharjianto, Waston Waston
This article examines the principle of radicalism with the approach of Tafsir Fi Zhilalil Quran by Sayyid Qutb, by referring to the factors of radicalism, namely intolerance, fanatical, exclusive, and revolutionary. This principle was chosen because it was comprehensive as well as answering the accusation...
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Quranic Entrepreneur Education in Reducing Unemployment

Muhammad Faqqih Romadhon, Abd Wahid, Andri Nirwana
Study programs that organize teaching must meet the competencies demanded by the market and society. The fact points to Tafsir alumni and Tafsir study program enthusiasts from year to year increasing, as well as work in government agencies only opened in one institution only, namely the Ministry of Religious...
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Ahkam Al Munir Tafsir of Online Debt

Muhammad Rifqi Sya’bannurrahman, Andri Nirwana AN, Yeti Dahliana, Suharjianto Suharjianto
Debt innovates by employing technology that allows it to be conducted online. As a result, the debt procedure switches from debt recording to debt witnesses. The Quran’s discussion of internet debt, particularly Surah Al-Baqarah: Verse 282, is the most commonly studied verse in muamalah studies. To address...
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The Renewal of the Minimum Age of Children for Criminal Responsibility: A Comparative Study of Positive Law and Islamic Criminal Law

Muna Faiza Amatullah, Moh. Abdul Kholiq Hasan, Andri Nirwana. AN
This study aims to find the renewal idea of the children’s minimum age for criminal responsibility as an effort to address juvenile crime. The idea of renewal was obtained through a comparison of the minimum age for criminal liability in the positive law contained in the Juvenile Criminal Justice System...
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Theology of Al-Maun in Muhammadiyah Philanthropy (Study of Living Qur’an at Kartasura LAZISMU)

Mutmainni Rodhiyah, Yeti Dahlia, Alfiyatul Azizah, Ahmad Nurrohim
In Greek, philanthropy is derived from philos and anthropos, which translates as “love for humans” and “willingness to make sacrifices the time, energy, and money for other people.” The first seven verses of Surah Al-Maun are the primary source of Islamic philanthropy. Islam reveals its face as a faith...
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A Review of Sharia Economic Law on the Application of the Rule of Riba in Online Sales and Purchases on the Shopee and Facebook Platforms

Nopi Indrianto, Andri Nirwana AN, Muhammad Khaeruddin Hamsin
Sale and purchase transactions are one of the most basic activities of humans to meet their needs. However, some modern transaction issues can perplex people, particularly those made through shopping platforms and social media. Among these issues are the rules governing riba (usury) in sale and purchase...
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The Epistemology of Hamim Ilyas’s Interpretation in Fikih Akbar

Rizal Muhlisin, Andri Nirwana AN, Abdullah Mahmud
The study of epistemology belongs not only to philosophy but also to all sciences, including interpretation (tafsir). Research on the epistemology of interpretation has several applications, including determining the development of interpretation in each era so that an evaluation can be performed. The...
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The Phenomenon of the Postponing of 1 Muharram Holiday by the Government Viewed from Tafseer of At-Taubah: Verse 37 (Phenomenological Study of the Postponing of 1 Muharram Holiday by the Government and the Netizens’ Responses)

Shihab Wicaksono Ardhi, Andri Nirwana, Yeti Dahliana, Alfiyautul Azizah, Ahmad Nurrohim
Government policies related to joint leave days and the national holiday of 1 Muharram lead to many controversies. Because in the decision, Hijri New Year Holiday or 1 Muharram, which originally coincided on August 10, 2021, was postponed to August 11, 2021. Subsequently, it triggered a response from...
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Inclusive Education in Surah Abasa Verses 1–10

Rofi Atina Maghfiroh, Mohamad Ali, Muh. Nur Rochim Maksum
Someone who has physical differences, abilities, and attitudes that are different from other people or people with disabilities often face discrimination, one of which occurs at school. Thus, in responding to this, building a tolerance attitude is needed through inclusive education implemented by schools....
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Level of Knowledge and Dissemination of Da’if and Mawdu’ Hadiths in The Book of Nasa’ih Al-’Ibad by Pesantren’s Residents in Sumatera, Indonesia

Arwansyah bin Kirin, Wan Ainaa Mardhiah, Faisal Husen Ismail, Khayrul Azman bin Mohamad Suhaimy
The book of Nasa’ih al-’Ibad by Shaykh Nawawi al-Banteni is a classic book containing aspects of Targhib wa Tarhib which is widespread in Southeast Asia especially Indonesia. Shaykh Nawawi al-Banteni refers to many hadiths of the Prophet SAW among them are da’if and mawdu’ hadiths. This book also contains...
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Application of Roland Barthes’ Semiotics to QS. An-Naml [27]: 44 on the Bared Legs of Queen Balqis

Sidik Saiful Anwar, Andri Nirwana AN, Aiunur Rhain, Suharjianto Suharjianto
In general, every woman exposed legs as a form of a symbol (sign) to be appreciated, adored, and center of attention of men. Surah an-Naml [27]: 44 also mentions the story of bared legs of a woman. Does An-Naml verse 44 have the same sign as the circumstances in general? This paper discusses the meaning...
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The Deradicalization of Islamic Boarding Schools towards Pluralism Based on the Interpretation of Inclusiveness in the Theme of the Verse of Jihad

Itqon Futhna ‘Izi, Andri Nirwana. AN, Waston Waston, Saifudin Saifudin
Objective: To find out the ways and opportunities for deradicalization efforts among the Islamic boarding school community towards an understanding of pluralism based on an inclusive interpretation of the theme of jihad verses Research method: This study used a qualitative approach, with a descriptive-analytical...
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Quranic Perspective on Disaster Management: Analysis from Prophet Yusuf A.S History

Faisal Husen Ismail, Nur Zainatul Nadra Binti Zainol, Muhammad Masruri, Abdul Shakor Borham, Arwansyah Kirin, Zaitun Muzana
Puprpose: Disasters like the pandemic are something that happens to humans and other lives. Islam recommends that people avoid harmful behaviors. In addition, the Quran is the main guide in life so that people can always refer to it. The objective of this study was to exploit the method of preparation...
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The Effect of Online and Offline Learning on the Motivation of Islamic Education Learning

Umi Basyiroh, Istanto Istanto, Hafidz Hafidz
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a considerable impact on the education sector. In particular, the pandemic causes many problems that have an impact on students’ Islamic Education (PAI) learning motivation. Therefore, the government makes an education policy by employing limited face-to-face or offline...
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Aqidah Akhlak Learning Strategy Using Sway Office Media During the 2021/2022 Covid-19 Pandemic (Study Case: 11th Grade Student of Smk Vocational School Muhammadiyah 3 Surakarta)

Nurulhuda Putri Ayuningtyas, Nurul Latifatul Inayati, Zaenal Abidin
This study aims to describe and identify inhibiting and supporting factors in the implementation of the Aqidah Akhlak (Moral Ethics) learning Strategy using the sway office at 11th-grade students of SMK Vocational School Muhammadiyah 3 Surakarta during the 2021/2022 Covid-19 Pandemic. It used the observation...
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Aqīdah Education According to Ibn Ṭufail in The Book of Hai Ibn Yaḥzān

Arif Kawuriyan, Mohamad Ali, Nurul Inayati
This study discusses the contents of the book Hai ibn Yaḥzān by Ibn Ṭufail. The results of this study revealed that 1). The education concept in Ibn Ṭufail’s Hai ibn Yaḥzān is about the process of acquiring knowledge, starting from basic knowledge about self-knowledge and the environment, the stage of...
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The Development of Religious Character Through the Full-Day School Program at Smp Aisyiyah Full Day Wedi for The Academic Year 2021/2022

Fendi Rikiyanto, Mohamad Ali, Dartim Dartim
SMP Aisyiyah Full Day Wedi is a private school in Klaten that implements a full-day school learning system. This system is chosen because it is thought to be capable of cultivating religious character to ward off KKN-the Indonesian acronym for corruption, collusion, and nepotism- as well as the moral...
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The Formation of Student Morals Through the Tahfidz and Tahsin Al-Qur’an Programs at Smp Muhammadiyah 1 Pk Gatak Sukoharjo In 2021/2022

Langit Krisnandari, Mohamad Ali, Nurul Latifatul Inayati, Chusniatun Chusniatun
In education, morality greatly influences a group or individual. Currently, many people are affected by ethical pesticides that are unsafe and potentially harmful. Recently, there have also been many moral crises in students, such as drug abuse, lack of courtesy to parents and teachers, brawls, bullying,...
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Convergence Theory in Islamic Perspective (Study of Fitrah Education in Qs. Ar-Rūm Verse 30)

Dwi Yulia Ulfiani, Mohammad Zakki Azani, Ma’arif Jamuin
This study aims to analyze the convergence theory from the Islamic perspective, the study of fitrah education in QS. Ar-Rūm verse 30. Convergence theory is a classical theory that has existed for decades, continues to develop, and is used in education. This theory believes that there are two leading...
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The Relevance of Education Based on Adab According to the Thoughts of Syed Muhammad Naquib Al Attas with the Current State of the Community

Risza Vilianita, Muh. Nur Rochim Maksum, Mohammad Ali Ma’arif
In mass media on 27th December, 2021 we recently were aware of the news about a well-educated person having high position in society did a disgraceful act that should not be done by that who should play a role as protectors for society. The condition of the moslem who are getting worse is...
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Ahmad Muflih Saefuddin’s Educational Thought: Islamization of Science and Campus

Esti Saktiani, Muthoifin Muthoifin, Ma’arif Jamuin
The study aims to describe and analyze Ahmad Muflih Saefuddin’s educational thought concerning the Islamization of science and campus. This research is based on a literature study using philosophical and phenomenological approaches. Primary data were taken from three books; Desekularisasi Pemikiran Landasan...
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Implications of Multicultural Content of Islamic Religious Education on High School Students’ Manners

Eny Rahmawati, Musa Asy’arie, Sekar Ayu Aryani, Waston Waston
The purpose of this study is to describe, analyze and interpret the multicultural content of Islamic Religious Education; multicultural content implementation strategy of Islamic Religious Education; strategy of acculturation of multicultural content of Islamic Religious Education; and the implications...
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The Relevance of Buya Hamka’s Moral Philosophy to the Challenges of Education 4.0

Nabila Salsabila Az Zahra, Mohamad Ali, Hakimuddin Salim
This paper aims to describe Buya Hamka’s moral philosophy and examine its relevance to the challenges of education 4.0. The library research approach utilizes books, journals, and other written documents. The authors applied a philosophical-historical approach in this study. Data analysis was performed...
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Implementation Of Tahsin And Tahfidz Learning In Improving Reading Ability And Memorizing The Qur’an Skill

Ekhfa Maliana, Nurul Latifatul Inayati, Rozi Irfan Rosyadi, Chusniatun Chusniatun
The study discusses the implementation of tahsin and tahfidz learning in improving reading ability and memorizing the Qur’an skill. This research is a qualitative research and it uses a phenomenological and descriptive approach. This research was conducted at Tahsin and Tahfidz Al-Birru Houses. The authors...
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Problems of Implementation of Islamic Religious Education at Muhammadiyah Junior High School 4 Gadung Surabaya

M. Ridlwan, Asrori Asrori
The purpose of this study is 1) Describing the problem of the implementation of Islamic religious education at Muhammadiyah 4 Gadung Surabaya Junior High School; 2) Describing efforts in overcoming the obstacles of the implementation of Islamic religious education at Muhammadiyah 4 Gadung Surabaya Junior...
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The Theory of Punishment According to the Qur’an and Its Implications for Education

Julianda Ady Saputra, Muh. Nur Rochim Maksum, Mohamad Ali
Punishment in Arabic terms is called ‘uqubah, which is a form of retribution for a person for his actions that violate the provisions of syara’ set by Allah Swt. and His Messenger for the benefit of mankind. The purpose of punishment in Islamic shari’ah is the realization of the purpose of Islamic law...
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The Dynamics of Development of Madrasah Aliyah Ma’ahid, Kaliwungu District, Kudus Regency

Amalia Khusnu, Mohamad Ali, Mutohharun Jinan
Madrasah Aliyah Ma’ahid is a private school under the Ma’ahid Islamic Education Foundation located in Bakalan Krapyak Village, Kaliwungu Subdistrict, Kudus Regency. This study examined the dynamics of the development of Madrasah Aliyah Ma’ahid, Kaliwungu Subdistrict, Kudus Regency. The research was carried...
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Human Perspectives as Homo Islamicus and Homo Economicus towards Money

Eva Misfah Bayuni, Popon Srisusilawati
The fulfillment of human needs entails meeting both material and spiritual needs. Money can be used as a transaction tool to meet a person’s material and spiritual needs. However, there are distinctions between how people perceive money as Muslims (homo Islamicus) and as economic men (homo economicus)....
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Integration of Multicultural Values Learning in Boarding Schools

Siyono Siyono, Bambang Sumardjoko, Waston Waston, Adirasa Hadi Prasetyo
Objectives: This research aims to find out how the understanding of managers, implementation, and supporting factors inhibit the integration of multicultural values. Methodology: This research uses qualitative methods of an exploratory nature focusing on holistic places, actors, and activities. Data...
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Quantum Learning Model to Increase The Internalization of Islamic Values In Busthanul Athfal

Siti Nurina Hakim, Kumaidi, Abdul Rahman
Learning is one of the keys to success in achieving educational goals. This study aims to test the quantum learning model (QL) as an alternative learning model whether it is more effective to internalize Islamic values compared to the conventional model (K). This study uses an experimental model, using...
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Transformative Peace Education: Psychoanalytic Analysis of the Biography of Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

Zaenal Abidin, Muhammad Taufik Ismail
One of the problems of religious education in the post-truth era is how religion is internalized and actualized, therefore the character formed is divine. This is a classic problem that religion, in addition to being a savior and liberator, is also often misunderstood to be a different order to fight...
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Waqf Logo as a Productive Waqf of the Digital Age in the Perspective of Maqashid Sharia

Mochamad Firdaus Fajar Baharsyah, Yayuli Yayuli, Lukmanul Hakim, Fauzul Hanif Noor Athief
This research is titled “Waqf Logo as Productive Waqf in the Digital Era in the Perspective of Maqashid Sharia”. The purpose of this study was to find out how digital era logo waqf is applied and how the waqf logo is viewed from the perspective of Maqashid Sharia. This type and approach of research is...