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LENTERA: Jurnal Ilmu Dakwah dan Komunikasi
ISSN : 25497391     EISSN : 2549578X     DOI :
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LENTERA [p-ISSN: 2549-7391, e-ISSN: 2549-578X] is a scholarly periodical journal published by the Faculty of Ushuluddin, Adab, dan Dakwah, IAIN Samarinda. This scholarly periodical specialized in the study of dakwah and communication and seek to present the various result of the latest research The journal is published twice a year on June and December.
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Intercultural Communication in the Implementation of Multicultural Education Performed by Islamic Religion Education Teachers of Senior High Schools Inayah, Sitti Syahar; Raisuddin, Muhammad
LENTERA VOL 3, No 02 (2019): LENTERA
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The occurrence of intercultural communication in multicultural education is indicated by the sense of equality in the education process, regardless of ethnicity, social class and the gender of the students. The dynamics of Islamic Religion Education, which was executed through an approach so-called ‘multicultural education’, combines traditions and learning process. Thus, the teachers were supposed to be the communicators who underline some particular factors such as readiness and empathy. The aim of this paper, therefore, is to describe the dynamics of intercultural communication in the settings of multicultural education performed by High School’s Islamic Religion Education (PAI) teachers in Makassar. This qualitative study found that teacher’s readiness was changing every time they taught another class with another academic major. A practical approach was the one preferred by the students of all kinds of academic majors, unlike the discussion and lecture approach. The other finding of this study was that teachers were more likely to show cognitive empathy rather than affective empathy.Keywords: Intercultural Communication, Multicultural Education, Islamic Religion Education
Muhammad Shalih As-Samarani (1820-1903 M): Representasi Dakwah Islam Nusantara dalam Kajian Akademis Khairi, Miftahuddin; Misbah, Aflahal
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The aim of this paper is to understand how the da’wa of Islam Nusantara by Muhammad Shalih as-Samarani is represented in academic works. Data of this paper are 18 academic manuscripts dated from 2015 to date. This paper finds that there are two strands of representations about the Islam Nusantara of Muhammad Shalih as-Samarani; the dominant narrative and the ‘other alternative’. Both narratives present as-Samarani as different actor. The first narrative present as-Samarani as a mufassir (interpreter of the Qur’an) and the second narrative present as-Samarani as a person who has deep knowledge on multiple disciplines such as fiqh, orthodox tasawwuf, and education. However, both narratives share one thing in common; they present as-Samarani as a Sufi Muslim who contributed greatly to the dialogue between Islamic teachings and elements of local wisdoms.Keywords: academic works, as- Samarani, and representation of Islam Nusantara.
Pembinaan Keagamaan Siswa-Siswi Sekolah Menengah Atas melalui Rohani Islam (Rohis) di Kota Samarinda dan Balikpapan Tahir, M.; Amirullah, Amirullah
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The aim of this paper is to explain the concept of religious mentoring by Rohani Islam (Rohis) in planting Islamic religious values to high school students in Samarinda and Balikpapan. This research applies qualitative technique in analyzing data collected trhough in-depth interviews, documentations, and observations. Findings of this research reveal that Rohis’ programs pertaining to increasing the students’ observance of religion (Islam) are based on routine schedule such as daily, weekly, monthly, and annual programs. All of Rohis’ programs represent the implementation of five aspects of religious dimensions; faith, religious practices, religious experiences, religious consequences, and religious knowledge. Rohis’ programs of religious mentoring to high schools students can be categorised into Dakwah Ammah (general proselytizing) and Dakwah Khashshah (special proselytizing). Keywords: Dakwah ammah and khashshah, Rohis, and students religious mentoring
Islam Khas Indonesia: Metodologi Dakwah Islam Nusantara Pongpindan, Alfriyani
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At present there is a tendency for Islam to be synonymous with Arabic culture so that being a true Muslim one must become an Arab Muslim represented in the form of, for example, veils, rather short pants, robes, and so on. Muslims should become Muslims who are truly indigenous according to the culture of Indonesia which is very rich and diverse. Basically humans cannot be separated from their culture because that is their identity from generation to generation to embrace Islam does not necessarily leave the characteristic of local culture that has been inherited by their ancestors. Islam in Indonesia was brought by Arab traders peacefully because it was able to adapt to the culture of Nusantara. Before Islam entered Indonesia, animism, dynamism, Hinduism and Buddhism colored the culture of Nusantara. Islam used that culture as a method of preaching to introduce Islam to non-Islamic communities. Islam comes with unique teachings through the concept of monotheism and egalitarianism in the context of societies that worship gods and caste systems in Hindu teachings so that non-Muslims are attracted to Islam. The Nusantara culture used by Islam as a method of da'wah includes: through building art, carving, music, dance, games, rituals, languages, the use of puppets, and so on. Walisongo is the most enthusiastic preacher in using culture as da'wah so that Islam can rapidly on the Island of Java.Keywords: Islam, Nusantara Culture and Da'wah Method.
Nilai Kearifan Lokal pada Implementasi Komunikasi Antarbudaya terhadap dalam Tradisi Perang Topat di Lingsar Lombok Barat Acim, Subhan Abdullah; yaqinah, siti nurul
LENTERA VOL 3, No 02 (2019): LENTERA
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The tradition of Topat War is one of Lombok's very valuable cultural assets that is held annually. Not only that this tradition have deep meaning to people in Lombok, it is also Topat Warevidence of the Lombok people's spirit to the preserve their culture.. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to investigate the process of implementing the values of local wisdom in the tradition of Topat War in Lingsar and the implementation of intercultural communication in the tradition of Topat War. In this study, a descriptive-qualitative method is applied to analyze data obtained through interviews, observations and documentation.. Findings reveal that the process of implementing the values of local wisdom in the Topat War tradition is carried out in several stages which include preparation, preliminary ceremonies and the peak of the Topat War event which coincides with the Sasak Calendar, where activities begin in the morning, ending with the Beteteh ceremony which is the closing of the whole series of events. The values of local wisdom contained in the Topat War tradition, including the value of togetherness, the value of tolerance and religious values. The implementation of intercultural communication in the Topat War tradition is done through group communication both verbally and nonverbally. Forms of verbal communication are manifested in the form of deliberation and interpersonal communication while non-verbal communication is manifested in forms such as dance, performance, prayer and throwing each other topats. This intercultural communication serves as a binding mechanism among all parties involved in the Topat War tradition. Keywords:  Intercultural Communication, Local Wisdom Values, and Perang Topat. 

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