Pengaruh Pandemi Covid 19 terhadap Perceraian Masyarakat Rembang Berdasarkan Aspek Sosial dan Angka di Pengadilan

Authors

  • Abdul Rozak UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Mu'tashim Billah UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Diky Faqih Maulana UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22515/alahkam.v6i2.3757

Keywords:

Covid-19, Divorce, Rembang

Abstract

Maintaining the integrity of the household is not easy, the dynamics of life as husband and wife must be lived with patience and caution. However, this circumstances are sometimes seems insufficient to maintain the household. This indication could be seen that number of couples who prefer to end their marital relationship with dissolution. This article attempts to answer two main questions, namely: first, what are the main factors that cause the divorce in Rembang City; second, does the COVID-19 pandemic affect the divorce rate in Rembang City. This article is a qualitative research using a normative-empirical approach. The results of the analysis of this study show that the COVID-19 pandemic does not significantly affect changes in the divorce rate in Rembang City. This is due to the background of the Rembang community which is dominated by santri. Spiritual values ​​are still a solid foundation that can maintain the unity of the household when some couples choose to divorce due to the economic and mental depression that caused by the pandemic.

 

Mempertahankan keutuhan rumah tangga bukan perkara mudah, dinamika kehidupan sebagai suami dan istri harus dihadapi dengan penuh kesabaran serta kehati-hatian. Akan tetapi, sikap tersebut terkadang dirasa kurang cukup untuk mempertahankan rumah tangga. Hal ini ditandai dengan banyaknya pasangan yang lebih memilih untuk mengakhiri hubungan perkawinannya dengan jalur perceraian. Artikel ini berusaha untuk menjawab dua persoalan utama, yaitu: pertama, apa saja faktor utama yang menjadi alasan perceraian di Kota Rembang; kedua, apakah pandemi COVID-19 berpengaruh terhadap angka perceraian di Kota Rembang. Artikel ini merupakan penelitian kualitatif menggunakan metode pendekatan normatif-empiris. Hasil dari analisis penelitian ini menggambarkan bahwa faktor yang menyebabkan perceraian di Rembang adalah: kekerasan fisik dan psikologis, perselingkuhan, kurangnya tanggung jawab suami dalam menafkahi istri dan anak serta komunikasi yang buruk sekali pandemi COVID-19 tidak terlalu berpengaruh secara signifikan atas perubahan angka perceraian di Kota Rembang. Hal ini disebabkan oleh latar belakang masyarakat Rembang yang didominasi kalangan santri. Nilai-nilai spiritual masih menjadi landasan kokoh yang dapat mempertahankan keutuhan rumah tangga di saat beberapa pasangan memilih untuk bercerai karena depresi ekonomi dan mental yang disebabkan pandemi. 

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2021-12-31

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