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Komunika: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi
ISSN : 19781261     EISSN : 25489496     DOI : https://doi.org/10.24090/komunika
Journal Komunika is a journal published by the Dakwah Faculty of IAIN Purwokerto, which has a concentration related to the field of Dakwah, Islamic Communication, communication theory, mass communication, dakwah management, dakwah messages, dakwah media, dakwah methods, dakwah organizations, Islamic broadcasting, Islamic journalism, public relations, dakwah, dakwah in the digital era. Journal Komunika really expects the participation of submission of manuscripts or articles that are expected to be published in every print or electronic edition. Through the journal, Komunika will improve the quality of the content of the manuscript or articles in accordance with the rules of the journal Komunika and the results can be useful for the progress of science and society.
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Majelis Tafsir Al-Qur'an (MTA) Religion Online for Ideological Da'wa Massification Rina Sari Kusuma; Aprilia Dwi Isti Asmorowati
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Fakultas Dakwah UIN Prof. K.H. Saifuddin Zuhri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (472.842 KB) | DOI: 10.24090/komunika.v15i1.3977

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Religious communities use the internet as a spiritual network to seek spiritual goals, and they interpret it through narratives shared through online spaces. This emphasizes the need for freedom and spiritual experiences so that they can share with others. So, people often associate their participation in online religion with a level of spirituality and confirmation of religious identity. Online religion seeks to adapt religion to form a network of spiritual interactions. This study discusses the use of the Internet by Majlis Tafsir Al-Qur'an (MTA) on the website www.mta.or.id in communicating ideology to the congregation. This research data collection uses the method of observation and documentation. The results of this study indicate that the use of digital technology by MTA is to promote ideology. MTA announces content regarding manhaj, terrorism, politics, the spirit of friendship / ukhuwah between members, and cooperation between scholars and the government.
Habib Husein Jafar Al-Hadars Da'wa Content Commodification on Youtube Akhmad Roja Badrus Zaman; Mahin Muqaddam Assarwani
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (472.932 KB) | DOI: 10.24090/komunika.v15i1.3986

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Advances in technology and information provide new opportunities for preachers to be able to take part in spreading Islamic teachings through various social media platforms. One of the preachers who took the role to preach through social media was Habib Husein Jafar al-Hadar. This article examines Habib Husein Jafars missionary activities on the social media platform he uses, Youtube. The researcher analyzes the data by observing virtually and visually (virtual ethnography) on the dakwa content displayed by Habib Husein Jafar through Youtube. The study shows that: 1) the attention to the spiritual enlightenment efforts of the younger generation is the basis of the selection of the social media platform Youtube - because based on previous research, the users of this social media platform are 18-29 years of age; 2) starting from the dakwa consumers who are primarily young people, the content they present is suitable to their needs and lifestyle and 3) by using the concept of the circuit of culture analysis, Habib Husein Jafar in various ranges can reconstruct people's perception of ones definition of holiness. It is not limited based on normative appearance - cloaked and sacrificed, for example - but more on the substantive side, namely by behaving and having knowledgeable skills. With the variety of content, he could visualize himself as a pious young man by not abandoning his social status as a young person.
The Level of Religion Radicalism Understanding Among University Students in Banyumas Region Rindha Widyaningsih; Kuntarto Kuntarto; Muhamad Riza Chamadi
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (565.198 KB) | DOI: 10.24090/komunika.v15i1.4169

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Students as the nation’s next-generation and the academic community should have a global understanding of religious radicalism danger. However, recently, many national mass media have reported about the radical ideological infiltration targeting university students. The understanding level of religious radicalism among university students can be a consideration in mapping the potential for the spread of radical ideology. However, there are indications that many students understand religious radicalism. This study aims to determine and analyse the level of understanding of re- religious radicalism among university students in the Banyumas region. Research respondents totalled 350 people from four universities in the Banyumas region. The data collection method was through a closed questionnaire. The basis of the composition of the questionnaire question items is Bloom’s Taxonomy levels C1 and C2. The correct answer point is four, and the wrong answer is 0. The researcher divided the respondents’ understanding level into three categories: high, medium, and low. The results showed that understanding religious radicalism in students studying exact sciences was 67.54%. The understanding stage of religious radicalism in students studying social science was in the range of 67.89%. University students in the Banyumas region have an average of 67.71% or are in the medium category with a low threshold score.
Indonesia Government Public Communication in the Covid-19 Pandemic Handling Muhammad Sahlan
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (524.446 KB) | DOI: 10.24090/komunika.v15i1.4225

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Since Covid-19 broke out in Indonesia, the public has monitored various government policies in dealing with these health disasters. However, policies run slowly; it gives rise to diverse public opinion. These multiple opinions become a form of communication between the government and society. However, the government does not fully capture people’s views, so people feel they do not receive government policies’ feedback. The purpose of this research is to find out how the Indonesian government’s public communication is in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. The research used a descriptive qualitative method using data during Covid-19. This study explains how the debate of government and community communication occurs in the form of public opinion. Various forms of public opinion from adverse to positive states become message instruments aimed at the government. This instrument then forms communication in the form of action as a sense of moral panic due to the absence of a back answer to the opinion expressed. So, these opinions are only as answers and realized by society in phenomena.
Zenius Stimulation during a Pandemic: Framing of Republika.co.id and Liputan6.com on Distance Learning Issues in the Pandemic Era Natasia Angreani; Rustono Farady Marta; Rama Kertamukti; Miranda Millian Kartono; Phang Kerry Cong
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (518.607 KB) | DOI: 10.24090/komunika.v15i1.4474

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Indonesia’s education sector has also been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The learning process has changed from conventional to online learning. Many students find it challenging to capture and understand their knowledge because they are accustomed to the learning process through face-to-face interactions with teachers. Teachers need to create a teaching system that is more efficient than just completing the curriculum. Regarding this problem, Zenius, as an educational application from Indonesia, issued the “Zenius Untuk Guru” platform, which helps teachers create learning systems. The product launch attracted influential online media in Indonesia, Liputan6.com and Republika.co.id. The interesting point about the launch platform is that these two online media display the related news with different framing. This research using Entman’s framing theory to describe how the two media perceive the platform. The results show that Liputan6. com frames Zenius commercially, while Republika.co.id communicates Zenius as a problem solver to improve teacher literacy in less technologically literate areas. Zenius also helps Indonesia in equalizing education to remote areas of Indonesia.
Da'wa Critical Discourse Analysis in the Omar and Hana Cartoon Film on Alalala Raju Episode Silvia Putri Utami; Yudi Asmara Harianto
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (459.972 KB) | DOI: 10.24090/komunika.v15i1.4493

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Cartoons, which are closely associated with children, tend to contain violence and mere entertainment. It is still rare to find comics that have Islamic values. This study aims to critically analyse the construction of Islamic values in the cartoon film Omar and Hana episode Alalala Raju. The research was qualitative research using the Van Dijk model of critical discourse analysis and content analysis of the da'wa message. The data was from a YouTube channel called Omar & Hana - Islamic Children's Songs. The study results found that the structure of the film's text contains a discourse of advice to children to share objects they have and love. The social cognition system explains that this film has a vision and mission to instil Islamic values and joy in children worldwide, namely by sharing. And the social context that becomes the background is the concern of parents about the lack of Islamic cartoons and the difficulty of children sharing. The meaning of discourse contained in the film is as a message of da'wa morals.
Persuasive and Humanist Da'wa Message on the Gus Mus' @s.kakung Instagram Account during the COVID-19 Pandemic Asna Istya Marwantika
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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The COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia requires contributions from Islamic leaders to educate and provide information to the public. As an Islamic leader, Gus Mus actively responds to this condition through his Instagram account @s.kakung. This study determines Gus Mus's contribution to the da'wa message uploaded by @s.kakung, from the preaching theme and the strategy of delivering da'wa's message. This research uses a qualitative descriptive method with qualitative content analysis techniques data collected from the @s.kakung Instagram account from March 16, 2020 - March 29, 2021. The results showed that the da'wa message uploaded by the @s.kakung in faith, Sharia, and moral. The creed announces that we must never forget Allah, obey Allah's commands in pandemic conditions. Da'wa messages on the Sharia theme, such as making inner efforts, are praying, wirid, sholawat, and Hizib autad practice. The moral theme messages support the movement to help people affected by COVID-19 comply with health protocols by wearing masks, keeping their distance, washing hands, and avoiding crowds. Meanwhile, the strategy of delivering Gus Mus' da'wa messages in the @s.kakung Instagram uses more persuasive and humanist
Interreligious Relations in the Structural Da'wah Framework Arifin Zain; Maturidi Maturidi
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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This paper examines the Medina Charter, the 1945 Constitution, and Aceh Qanun No. 4 of 2016 as a fundamental source of structural da'wah policies. Structural da'wah is a character of da'wah that involves the state directly in regulating policies related to the implementation of da'wah. The primary purpose of this research is to describe the role and position of the Medina Charter, the 1945 Indonesian Constitution, and Aceh Qanun No. 4 of 2016, being the basis for the implementation of structural da'wah and discussed the regulation about the inter-religious correlation in those three regulations. This research is qualitative research using the content analysis method. The results showed that the Medina Charter, the 1945 Indonesian Constitution, and Aceh Qanun No. 4 of 2016 is a state acknowledgment of the structural da'wah implementation in Aceh because the da'wah is under the direct control of the state or government. The Medina Charter, as a result of the Prophet's ijtihad, contains guidelines for inter-religious relations and the role of the state in regulating people's lives. The 1945 Constitution of Indonesia is the highest source of law in the Republic of Indonesia, which states the guarantees the independence of citizens to embrace religion according to their beliefs. While Aceh Qanun No. 4 contains the rules for spreading religion amid society.
Construction of Public Opinion about Religious Moderation on NU Online Instagram Accounts (@nuonline_id) Serin Himatus Soraya; Wahyu Tri Wibowo
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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This study tries to describe how NU Online constructs the content of religious moderation in influencing public opinion. Starting from the development of social media in the digital era, which plays a significant role in building public opinion and culture, NU Online uses Instagram (@nuonline_id) to spread the concept of moderation. The spread of the moderation message aims to maintain the country’s integrity and prevent radicalism or extremism in religion. This research is descriptive qualitative research. The study conducts by online observations of the @nuonline_id Instagram page to detect religious moderation content. This study succeeded in finding the construction of religious moderation on the @nuonline_id account using text analysis (images and text). The study results explain that NU Online carries out the structure of religious moderation in six aspects of life: (a) Aspects of inter-religious relations. In this aspect, NU Online invites Muslims to maintain harmony with people of different religions. (b) Aspects of social life by suggesting the Indonesian people live in harmony with each other as Indonesian citizens. (c) Political factors and state management by asking the government to develop moderation in carrying out their duties. (d) The education aspect is by the inculcation of the moderation concept in the curriculum. (e) Legal aspects and understanding of religious texts encourage Islamic scholars to consider the religious context in establishing laws. (f) Economic factors, taking into economic equity.
The Da'wah Messages as the Spiritual Marketing Approach of Islamic Fashion E-Commerce at HIJUP.COM Melly Maulin Purwaningwulan
KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 15 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (506.899 KB) | DOI: 10.24090/komunika.v15i1.4696

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Indonesian Muslim consumers are looking for functional and emotional benefits in products and seeking spiritual blessings. This trend is a challenge for Islamic fashion e-commerce in promoting its products. This study uses a qualitative approach with the type of single case study research methods. The subject of this research is Islamic fashion e-commerce HIJUP.com. Researchers selected informants in the study using purposive sampling and snowball sampling techniques. Researchers used two analysis methods in case of breakdowns: an analysis based on theoretical propositions and developing case descriptions. The study results show that in Islamic fashion e-commerce, HIJUP.com contains the contents of da'wah messages, precisely, Look Good, Feel Good, Do Good. The da'wah message includes a philosophy that leads to obedience to Allah SWT concept. The message structure uses conclusion drawing and order of presentation. The message display in HIJUP.com is high-tech but straightforward techniques. The message format is unique, with interests in story or narrative and visual elements. The source of the message uses brand ambassadors, influencer marketing, and also buzzers. The study concludes that the da'wah message conveyed by Islamic fashion e-commerce includes aqidah, sharia, and morals that focus on obedience to Allah SWT, not in the preaching style while inspiring to empower Muslim women.

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