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Jurnal Komunikasi Islam
ISSN : 20086314     EISSN : 26555212     DOI : https://doi.org/10.15642/jki
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam is the flagship journal, published biannually in June and December, of Islamic Communication and Broadcast Department, Dakwah and Communication Faculty, Islamic State University of Sunan Ampel (UINSA) Surabaya in collaboration with Indonesian Professional Dakwah Association (APDI). Jurnal Komunikasi Islam provides academic articles to the professional needs of both Islamic communication scholars and practitioners. The journal helps encourage in disseminating empirical and theoretical research findings, developing theory, and introducing new concepts related to Islamic oration and sermon, Islamic Journalism, mediated-dakwah and religious film, Islamic communication-related studies to its readership.
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Balancing Audience’s Needs and Producer’s Expectations in Television Serial Drama Programming Collins Auta Wagumba; Michael M Kamau
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (4254.983 KB) | DOI: 10.15642/jki.2020.10.2.173-197

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The study sheds light on how the TV station executives balance the entertainment needs of its audience and the producers' expectations within a changing digital broadcast environment. The study is anchored on uses and gratification and the encoding and decoding theories. The research employs a mixed-method design by using survey questionnaires (415), FGDs, and in-depth interviews with 5 TV station executives and serial drama fiction producers in Kenya. The results indicate that the station executive takes centre stage to fulfil the urban audience’s needs and the producers’ needs respectively. The station executives contextualize the viewers and the serial drama producers as “profit vessels” and any decision made towards them should culminate in economic benefit to the station
Reconceptualising the Elements of Islamic Propagation: Religious Response and Adaptation to New Media Adeni Adeni; Andi Faisal Bakti
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (3418.117 KB) | DOI: 10.15642/jki.2020.10.2.198-216

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This paper aims to examine the fundamental concepts of da'wah in response to new media culture. Using a qualitative research for conceptual design, this study has found that the proliferation of cyber religious proselytizing leads the elements of da'wah have become ever-widening concepts. The concept of da’i, for instance, has experienced the reconceptualisation that not only refers to person who conveys Islamic teachings through religious sermon (khutbah), but also denotes to a creative content provider for da’wah purposes in the internet. Additionally, the power of preaching in the new media lies in the quality of message, that is, good, comprehensive and argumentative. Similarly, redefinition of the concepts ma'du, feedback, and other da'wah elements occur as response to digital media culture.
Exposure to Online Da'wah Messages among Young Social Media Users in Aceh: A Reflection of Habermas's Communicative Action Sufri Eka Bhakti
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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This study aims to reveal the transformative power of social media platforms as a new form of public sphere for religious discourse amongst Acehnese Muslim students. Using a descriptive quantitative method through online survey with 129 of those students, this study shows that social media have contributed providing a new public sphere for young Muslim and have become an essential part of Islamic proselytising (da'wah). In this regard, most young social media users utilised social media to discuss Islamic da'wah as well as to express their thought concerning on shariah enforcement. Therefore, this study argues that social media use has a close relationship with the increase of religious thoughts and knowledge as the implementation of da'wah.
Simulakra Bahasa Agama Da’i Milenial di Media “TikTok” Mukhlisin Sa'ad; Hasan Baharun; Fera Ailinia Istifa
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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The growing social media provides new communication patterns in current Islamic preaching (da’wah). This research focuses on religious language usage in the social media “Tiktok” by millennial da’i (Muslim proselytiser), in particular for da’wah purposes. This study has applied a qualitative descriptive and phenomenological approach. The results reveal that a simulation of religious languages used by da’i in Tiktok application has created multiple interpretations, wherein media users are invited to think critically in digesting chapter by chapter of the provided discussions, and some even lead to apostasy. Therefore, this article argues that religious language practiced in social media should meet the religious propagation ethics.
Kualifikasi Da'i: Komparasi Konseptual Retorika Dakwah dan Retorika Aristoteles Umdatul Hasanah
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (3892.349 KB) | DOI: 10.15642/jki.2020.10.2.256-275

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The presence of Islamic preachers in the current Indonesia has marked the awakening of the world of da’wah. However, this phenomenon also has raised people's criticisms concerning the competence and credibility of Muslim preachers (da'i). This article reports on a library research regarding the conceptual comparison of Islamic propagation (da'wah) and Aristotle's rhetoric with regard to the qualifications of da'i. The results of this study has indicated that the rhetoric of da'wah which primarily rooted from divine revelation has conceptual relevance to Aristotle's rhetoric; ethos, pathos and logos. In this regard, a da'i is not only required to have credibility with moral qualities, good intentions and goals. In addition, they are also required to have the authority and scientific competence as well as an understanding of the nature of mad'u.
Dakwah Advokasi Sosial dalam Al-Quran: Perspektif Hermeneutika Jeorge J.E. Gracia Abd. Mujib Adnan; Abdul Halim
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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This article discusses the verses of al-Qu’ran regarding the principles of da'wah social advocacy. Using the hermeneutic approach of JE Jorge Gracia, this research has revealed that da'wah for social advocacy is an important part of Islamic teachings. The principles and scope of Islamic social advocacy are summarized in the spirit of maqashid shariah (the science of ushul fiqh), namely the defense of the basic rights of society in the framework of safeguarding religion, thought, soul, descent and property. In addition, this study also has argued that da'wah acitivist for social advocacy purposes are required to have sensitivity with regard to the efforts to solve social problems as part of fulfilling people's basic rights. Therefore, the integrity and capability of Islamic preachers who are engaged in the field of social advocacy is required.
Dakwah Kultural KH. Imam Nawawi di Magetan Zainal Mukhlis
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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This articel attempts to examine the role of KH Imam Nawawi in conducting a cultural da'wah within local community in Parang District, Magetan Regency, East Java. The research method used in this study is a descriptive qualitative and historical approach. The findings illustrate that cutural Islamic propagation conducted KH Imam Nawawi is able to change Javanese culture to local Islamic traditions in Parang district. Further, he has changed people’s religious faith and behavior to become more in line with Islamic teachings. Additionally, kiai Imam Nawawi has emphasized his da’wah activities not to eliminate Javanese local culture since he regards that local tradition resulted from local community creation that should be preserved.
Urgensi Filsafat Dakwah dalam Meningkatkan Kompetensi Calon Praktisi Dakwah M. Anis Bachtiar
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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This paper seeks to explain the urgency of the philosophy of da'wah for developing students' understanding of da’wah science-related units in the Department of Islamic Communication and Broadcast, Faculty of Da'wah and Communication, State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel (UINSA) Surabaya. Applying a library and field research, this study has found that the da’wah philosophy unit has contributed to the increase of students' understanding about the scope and area of da'wah science. In addition, the unit of da'wah philosophy has provided philosophical methodology that is useful for examining the process of da'wah, including critical thinking, for those who are candidate of Islamic preachers (da’i), namely the students of Da’wah and Communication Faculty.
Perlawanan terhadap Marginalisasi Perempuan dalam Islam: Analisis Wacana Kritis pada Laman mubadalah.id SettingsAliftya Amarilisya
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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The growing phenomenon of hijrah lately has been used by many groups to campaign various religious issues. However, the campaign contents are often discriminatory through flouring the logic of gender as natural. This study analyses the discourse of contemporary Muslim women's resistance to the marginalisation and domestication on mubadalah.id site. Using a qualitative research design and Norman Fairclough's critical discourse analysis, the results of this study indicate that mubadalah.id considers the discourse of marginalisation of women is contrary to gender equity taught in Islamic teachings. This online media also provides a counter discourse that men are also responsible for domestic works.
Indeks Literasi Digital Muslim Milenial di Indonesia Novianto Puji Raharjo; Bahru Rozi; Roisul Burhani; Moch. Khafidz Fuad Raya
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): December
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This article reports on a quantitative explanatory research conducted with nationwide survey 1000 of millennial Muslim generations in five major cities in Indonesia regarding the digital literacy. The results have found that the level of millennial Muslim’s digital literacy in Indonesia is quite good. Although the majority learn the internet independently, they denote quick response in adapting to cyber culture. Unfortunately, the duration of internet access has remained high that is likely to open up opportunities for negative effects of the internet. In addition, this study argues that several generations of millennial Muslims unwittingly have contributed to spreading hoax because they mostly do not check or validate information to authoritative sources.

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