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SERUPA TAPI TAK PERNAH SAMA: GENEOLOGI IDENTITAS HIBRID ARTIS BLESTERAN INDO-EROPA DI INDUSTRI PENYIARAN (SEBUAH TINJAUAN POSKOLONIAL) Nur Allan Lasido
Jurnal Dakwah Tabligh Vol 23 No 1 (2022)
Publisher : Fakultas Dakwah dan Komunikasi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jdt.v23i1.28726

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This article explains how the origin (genealogy) of the hybrid identity of Indo-European artists has a special place on the stage of the Indonesian broadcasting industry beyond the existing Indonesian artists and actually has traces of the history of the Dutch colonial occupation era. The purpose of the article to analyze the traces of Dutch colonial memory is related to the strengthening of the existence of Indo-European Artists. Through the theory of postcolonial theory, the author uses it to examine colonialism discourses that can still be traced in the broadcasting industry in Indonesia post-New Order period. This article explains that the interest of some people in the appearance of Indo artists, can be traced in trace from the history of colonialism occupation in the Dutch East Indies, that the existence of Indo-European people is a bad history of mountainous practices in former colonies. So the status as "nyai" is the ancestor of the Indo-European people who were criminalized. Ironically, currently, Indo descendants as celebrities influence the perspective of the concept of Indonesian beauty following their ideal standards, including the impersonation of beautiful meanings by the Indonesian cosmetic industry referring to the typical European / Western charm.
Misi Dakwah Profetik Dalam Pendidikan Islam Di Era Milenial Taufiq Taufiq; Nur Allan Lasido
Ahsan: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 1 No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Program Studi Manajemen Dakwah Fakultas Ushuluddin Adab dan Dakwah IAIN Manado

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This article aims to outline how prophetic proselytizing missions in Islamic education in the millennial era. Several circles have long discussed the mission of prophetic proselytizing. Referring to the activity of inviting and calling for goodness must be based on these three pillars, namely the value of transcendence which is the orientation and vision of a da'i's life, always to improve the relationship of the dignity of fellow human beings, and the liberation to rid oneself of dirt, weakness, deprivation, and backwardness. Any weakness that drives Islam's mission to misguidance must be immediately liberated through prophetic proselytizing. Using qualitative descriptive research methods. The design of this research was chosen through research processed from the phenomenon of Islamic Education in the face of changing conditions adapted to the principles of the prophetic proselytizing mission. In obtaining data, the author tries to collect a series of data from related theories and the latest Islamic Education phenomena. The results of this study explained that prophetic proselytizing based on three keywords, namely Humanization, Liberation, and Transcendence, became a movement from the superstructure to infrastructure. This movement is part of a special total consciousness in the proselytizing movement. Part of the main consciousness needed is abstract philosophical consciousness meaning theological consciousness leads to strategic and tactical awareness. Keywords: Prophetic Da'wah, Islamic Education, Millennial Era