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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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Indonesian Muslims’ Cognitive Pattern on Social Media During Political Disagreements Rena Latifa; Abdul Rahman Shaleh; Melanie Nyhof
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 8 No. 1 (2018): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (167.602 KB) | DOI: 10.15642/jki.2018.8.1.1-18

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The 2017 Jakarta governor election had encoura­ged polarization among Muslims, including among media social users: those who agreed and tho­se who disagreed with voting for Basuki Ahok Tjahaja Purnama since he was prose­cuted for allegedly committing blasphemy. This study has examined the cognitive pattern amongst disputants: whet­her cognitive pattern and religiosity contribute to poli­tical disagreements or not. Participants were Indonesia’s Muslim social media users (N=300). Using multiple regres­sion analysis, the findings have demonstrated that analytical thin­king produces higher disagreement than ho­listic thinking. In addition, higher level of religiosity produces higher disagree­ment.
Media Sosial dan Prospek Muslim Kosmopolitan: Konstruksi & Peran Masyarakat Siber pada Aksi Bela Islam Iswandi Syahputra
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 8 No. 1 (2018): June
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This article discusses Indonesian cyber society active­ties and its configuration on social media which considered being able to encourage social movements, for instance Defen­ding Islam Action, subsequently well known as ‘Defending Islam Action 212’. This article argues that netizens' activities on social media turned out to involve various class variants and social status and are able to encourage the ' Defending Islam Action’. Moreover, the social formation and activities of netizens on the social media constitute the prospects for the social construction of the cosmopolitan Muslim community in Indonesia. The portrait of Indonesian cosmopolitan Muslim is seen as a cong­re­gation of citizens compelled by their religious awareness, regardless of social, political, economic boundaries and even inter-religiosity which reveres universal principles of humanity.
Bentuk-Bentuk Pesan Dakwah dalam Kajian Al-Qur’an Iftitah Jafar; Mudzhira Nur Amrullah
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 8 No. 1 (2018): June
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This paper aims to examine the form of da’wa mes­­­­­­­­­­­sa­­ge in the al-Qur’an. It argues that the forms of pro­selytizing (da’wa) message in the Qur’an encompass; Qur’­anic verses, prophetic tradition, scholar’s opinions, research results, stories, and news. The Qur’anic verses play a major role in regard with da’wa message due to its dis­tinctive func­tions, namely as guidance or humankind, crite­rion between right and wrong, evaluation standards for other holy scrip­tures, and as a medium of enlightenment. ?ad?th of the Prophet Muhammad, Saw., also consi­dered as form of da’wa message because it interpret some verses or make clarifications of ambiguities which hide in some verses. While ulema roles is as a refe­rence for religious studies as well as stories and news constitute the proselytizing message.
Komunikasi Dialektis Masyarakat Beda Agama di Bojonegoro Nanang Fahrudin; Sri Hastjarjo; Agung Satyawan
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 8 No. 1 (2018): June
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This study discusses the manner in which villagers of "Kampung Kristen" Leran Village, Bojonegoro decide how to interact within religious heterogeneous society in order to construct social harmony. Using ethnographic of communi­ca­tion approach, the findings have revealed that within so­cial communication of Leran villagers, they always face dy­na­­­mic interplay between integration and separation, stability and change, expression and nonexpression. Hence, they de­ci­de to have a cautious attitude towards verbalizing ideas and emotions in words, particularly related to religious is­sues. In general, they prefer and are more concerned with pre­­­ser­­­ving social harmony than arguing their religious beliefs.
Dramaturgi Komunikasi Dakwah Para Da’i di Kota Ambon: Pola Pengelolaan Kesan di Panggung Depan Sulaeman Sulaeman; Irta Sulastri; Ali Nurdin
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 8 No. 1 (2018): June
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This article discusses the pattern of impression management carried out by the da'i on the front stage in an effort to improve the quality of message transformation to mad’u. Through a good impression management, the persua­sion process occurs which allows the conveyed messages to be well received by mad'u with fullly awareness, not by force. Using dramaturgy approach, researchers conducted participatory observation and in-depth interviews towards 15 da'is in Ambon City who were chosen purposively. This study has revealed that during proselytizing, the da'is manage the impression on the front stage by utilizing verbal and nonverbal communication through the management of situational, planned, and spontaneous impressions.
Urgensi Literasi Media di Tengah Sinisme Antarsuku, Agama, Ras, dan Golongan Advan Navis Zubaidi
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 8 No. 1 (2018): June
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This article discusses the urgency of media literacy in addressing the framing of cynicism and conflict issues between tribes, religions, races and groups carried out by the mass media in Indonesia. Specifically, this study at­tempts to contribute the role of media literacy in minimizing cynicism between tribes, religions, races and groups. Through text studies, this article argues that literacy is considered as science. The more educated people, the more acquired knowledge will be. It means that when people re­ceive more information from the mass media, they will cer­tain­ly be wiser. Further, to raise public awareness, a systema­tic way through education, both formal and non-formal, is needed. Hence, harmonious human relations could be rea­li­zed, regardless of ethnic status, race, and religious belief.
Korelasi Komunikasi Interpersonal Efektif & Kualitas Layanan Tim Medis terhadap Kepuasan Pasien Ilona Vicenovie Oisina; Ivonne Ruth Vitamaya Osidhi
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 8 No. 1 (2018): June
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Effective medical staff-patient interpersonal com­mu­ni­cation is a central clinical function. This study was a sur­vey of 96 patients at Claudia Bagan Batu Hospital, Riau at­temp­ting to contribute the role of interpersonal communi­ca­­tion and a hospital's service quality towards patient satis­fac­tion. By utilizing correlation analysis between variables and regression to each variable, this study has found a strong correlation between variable of interpersonal com­mu­ni­cation and variable patient satisfaction (0.805) and the moderate correlation between the variable of service quality and patient satisfaction (0.639). In short, it has revealed that there has been a strong influence between interpersonal com­mu­nication and service quality at Claudia Bagan Batu Hospital on patient satisfaction (87.8%).
Sertifikasi atau Standarisasi Khatib? Respons Para Da’i di Kota Mataram Fahrurrozi Fahrurrozi
Jurnal Komunikasi Islam Vol. 8 No. 1 (2018): June
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This study discusses the response of da'i in the ci­ty of Mataram related to the discourse on certification of Fri­day prayer preachers which was commissioned by the go­vern­ment in 2017. This study used qualitative methods. In-depth interview towards da'i and Jumat prayer preachers was utilized to collect the data to answer the focus of the re­search. The findings of this study revealed that currently the khatib certification is not necessary. This is because there is no strong evidence that has shown the radicalization occurs in Mataram resulted from Friday sermon. However, the res­pon­dents emphasized the importance of standardization of all aspects of religion, especially on aspects of the mosque management and religious institutional management under the guidance of the Indonesian Ministry of Religion and Islamic community organizations.

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