Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC <p>This proceeding is a published version of the papers of International Conference on Da’wa and Communication (ICON-DAC). This proceeding was published by Da’wa and Communication Faculty of State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Indonesia. The first ICON-DAC was held in 2019, in Surabaya.</p> Da’wa and Communication Faculty of State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Indonesia. en-US Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication 2686-6048 <p>Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a&nbsp;<a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/">Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License</a>&nbsp;(CC BY 4.0) that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.&nbsp;</p> Publication Information http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/322 Sokhi Huda Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 iii vi 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.322 Editorial Board http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/324 Sokhi Huda Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 vii vii 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.324 Theme http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/325 Moch. Choirul Arif Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 viii viii 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.325 Opening Speech by the Rector http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/326 Masdar Hilmy Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 ix x 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.326 Welcome Word by the Dean http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/327 Abdul Halim Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 xi xii 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.327 Foreword by the Chief of Icon-Dac Committee http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/328 Moh. Ansori Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 xiii xiv 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.328 Foreword by Editor in Chief http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/329 Sokhi Huda Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 xv xvii 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.329 Table of Contents http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/330 Sokhi Huda Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 xix xix 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.330 Re-assessing the Development of Da'wa Science: Da'wa Study in Academic Work Discourse http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/296 <p>Lecturer Resources at the Faculty of da'wa and Communication are sufficient. There are many lecturers who hold doctoral degree with various studies. Their presence is certainly very meaningful for the development of da'wa science indeed really needs rapid development. Therefore, there are a few notes to notice. First, most studies of da'wa are within the da'wa factor paradigm, so that other paradigms such as the system paradigm, developmentalism paradigm and interpretive paradigm have not yet obtained an adequate proportion of studies. Secondly, a consortium of experts in the field of da'wa is needed in collaboration with other sciences, to discuss and develop monodisciplinary, interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary and even multi-disciplinary studies. Thirdly, efforts are needed to write and develop studies in interdisciplinary or cross-disciplinary studies and even multidisciplinary in the science of da’wa. It can be considered, that most studies of da'wa interdisciplinary, and cross disciplinary are also immature. If it already exists (da'wa psychology, da'wa sociology and da'wa management) it is still an introductory study and has not been developed yet in a deeper direction. Moreover, interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary studies (da'wa anthropology, da'wa political studies, da'wa law studies, etc.) have not yet been optimally developed.</p> Nur Syam Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 2 9 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.296 أسس بناء المجتمع المتحضر: بحث في أساليب الشيخ محمد هاشم أشعري اللغوية في دعوته الكتابية http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/274 <p>Since along time ago, Muslim scholars in Indonesia have made efforts to da’wa for building a civilized society for community of this part of the land, especially for their muslims. The greatest one of them was Sheikh Mohammed Hashim Ash'ari. He was the founder of Nahdlatul Ulama, one of the largest Islamic social organization in Indonesia. This research aimed to identify the beauty of language styles of his da’wa adopted from his writing Muqaddima al Qanun al Asasy. This research also analyze the principles of building a civilized society of Sheikh Mohammed Hashim Ash'ari’s thought. This research used the descriptive method and the techniques of reading and writing to collect and to classify data. Then to analyze those data used appropriate theories. The results of this research are that the language styles of da’wa of Sheikh Mohammed Hashim Ash'ari in his writing decorated with many types of magnificence, beauty and clear statement. These linguistic manifestations underlined his principles of building a civilized society and that are viewed from many terms used such as meeting, acquaintanceship, union, harmony, cooperation among all its members.</p> Moh. Ansori Abd. Mujib Adnan Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 10 18 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.274 Humanism Civilization in the Perspective of Islamic History: Semantic Study of the Word Da’wa in the Qur’an http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/275 <p>This paper discusses about humanism civilization in the perspective of Islamic history. The approach taken in this journal is the historical narrative method by looking at universal values that favor human interests, expressed in a mindset, by not distinguishing on the basis of ethnicity, religion, skin color, and belief systems and religion. In addition, the author also explains that many aspects of humanity are recorded in Islamic history such as futuh mecca (conquerization of mecca). The author describes there are 4 leaders of Islamic leaders who describe humanitarian events contained in the history of Islam. This certainly awake and give direction to aspects relating to the general needs of humans including justice, equality (egalitarian) love and compassion, generosity, obedience to principles / law, environmental peace to the principles of chivalry and heroism. These universal principles are upheld and expressed by the Prophet Muhammad in his life and that is what he taught to his friends so that they will be passed on to the Muslims afterwards. The presence of this humanist civilization is like an oasis that gives thirst satisfaction to people who have the character of wisdom and have high ideals that all civilizations should elevate the degree of humanity. The impact of humanism civilization in the perspective of Islamic history is very useful because it refers to the principles of the Qur'an that give a universal message that can build humanism civilization that is embodied in the trajectory of Islamic history and continue the values of humanism's great and noble civilization.</p> M. Yakub Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 19 25 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.275 Peace and Unity as a Main Purpose of Islamic Da’wa: Semantic Study of the Word Da’wa in the Qur’an http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/318 <p>Da’wa is a holy duty of the apostles who revealed to them by God. Afterwards, it is bequeathed to Moslem scholars that have capability and integrity. In this era many Da’was just contain humiliation and hate speech that destroy the unity and peace among the people. It shows that Da’wa has strayed far from its real meaning and purpose. Basically Da’wa aims to unite mankind unto One God, one tenet and universal values according on surah Ali Imran verse 64. Based on this reality, the author – by researching the word Da’wa in the Qur’an on semantic perspective – aims to return Da’wa back to its real meaning and main purpose. Semantic is the linguistic and philosophical study of meaning in language. “Semantic of The Qur’an” should be understood only in the sense of the Qur’ans weltanschauung or world view. To understand the meaning of the word Da’wa, the author – firstly – found the basic meaning and relational meaning, then the synchronic and the diachronic. The result is that Da’wa Islam invites people unto the one tenet that held by all the prophets and the earlier people. It is no worship except One God that called tauhid or monotheism. It is the principal point to get Da’wa back to advance that the main purpose of Da’wa is peace and the unity under tauhid tenet and universal values based on surah Ali Imran verse 64.</p> Miftahus Surur Asmuki Asmuki Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 26 36 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.318 The Role of Islamic Preachers in Developing Social Harmony and Civilization in South Sumatera in the 20th Century http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/276 <p>In the XXth Century, the da’wa problems that emerged in South Sumatra were the spread of fundamentalism and the cult of persona, the diversity of religious articulations, the vulnerability in the internal environment of religious communities, the plurality of political, social, and religious atmosphere so that they became polemic among academicians, the clergy split into two groups, changes in religious traditions and religious life that are complex, the Muslims of South Sumatra are in position of weakness, poverty, and suffering, because of western imperialism, issues of justice, ideology, and power. Some preachers (Da,i)in South Sumatra appeared to respond and carry out the Da’wa&nbsp; bi al-lisanl, bi al-kitabah, and bi al-hal. Among the preachers (da’i) are K.H. Anwar Kumpul (1902-1959) represented an independent preacher (free), K.H. Zainal Abidin Fikry represents the government representative, K.H. M. Zen Syukri represents a representative of the NU organization. These three preachers (da’i) are actively building social harmony in different societies of educational and economic status, religious harmony, building an orderly, peaceful, and comfortable society, stopping the people of South Sumatra from making God and Islam as masks of the greed of power and material wealth, glue various differences in society and make it a means for mutual understanding, tolerance, and mutual love. In addition, they also play role in building theoretical and experimental civilizations which include ideas, norms, religious activities, establishing places of worship, educational institutions, libraries, roads, and producing books.</p> Nurseri Hasnah Nasution Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 37 51 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.276 Refleksi Pemikiran Multikulturalisme bagi Dakwah http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/277 <p>This paper aims to discuss multiculturalism thinking from Europe and Asia, such as Bikhu Parekh, Daniel Conjanu, and Charles Taylor. Multiculturalism thinking is explored for the sake of Da'wa, or it can be called as multiculturalism preaching. This study uses literature review, and analysis of multiculturalism phenomena in the city of Surabaya. These thinkers used a number of approaches in terms of recognition politics, new identity politics, political equality with dignity, politics of difference, accommodative multiculturalism, and pragmatism. In the analysis of the Da'wa approach is divided into two, namely the structural approach and cultural approach. The structural approach refers to politics that encompasses politics of recognition, politics of new identity, politics of equality with dignity, and politics of difference. As for the cultural approach, it encompasses accommodative multiculturalism and pragmatism. Through this multicultural preaching approach it becomes an offer in overcoming the problems of preaching in multicultural societies.</p> Ellyda Retpitasari Luluk Fikri Zuhriyah Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 52 61 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.277 Dakwah Harmoni Komunitas: Studi Transformasi Identitas Kampung Muslim Dayak di Desa Semabi, Kecamatan Sekadau Hilir, Kabupaten Sekadau Kalimantan Barat http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/278 <p>This study reviews the Dayak ethnicity as an exotic ethnicity with a unique interior image. They are accustomed to 'hunting human heads for marriage plots'. Traditions like this are considered as an obligation to avoid danger and disaster, and become a symbol of power and manliness. However, the practice of 'head hunting' only applies when Islam has not touched the theology of the Dayak community with ancestral religion in the past. This study focuses on the struggle of the Dayak Senganan and Malays in the villages of Semabi, Sekadau Hilir, Sekadau, West Kalimantan, which relates to the stigma that, by embracing Islam it means revoking the 'worthiness' identity. To illustrate the transformation of Dayak Wealth identity The methodology used in this study is the ethnographic method. The term 'Wealth' is derived from the word 'right' which means the transition from left to right, namely by embracing Islam. Findings from this study indicate that the key to inter-citizen harmony is supported by the strength of harmony between religious elites and also local cultural elites, and the role of shared awareness to coexist becomes a benchmark of harmonization. The power of harmony built by these two elite figures has produced transformative propaganda based on tradition.</p> Abdul Halim Baiti Rahmawati Roisul Umam Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 62 72 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.278 Bahasa Dakwah Pemerintah Membangun Harmonisasi Kebangsaan http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/279 <p>This paper examines the reality of Da'wa language in the interaction and communication to the head of state with the peoples. The diversity of tribes, religions, races, and groups within the archipelago needs to be handled wisely, so that the harmonization of citizens continues to be strengthened in all aspects of life. Uploading the message of the head of state on you tube social media can be the right media to parse central and regional policies. You tube social media is a trend of millennial society that is loved by all groups. Therefore, the head of state also needs to upload the existing social media. The message of the head of state needs to be known to all its people, both delivered during state speeches and in remarks on non-state activities. The President is the icon of a country, the national cultural identity of natural resources and human resources must be fully considered. It concerns state policies based on idealized ideals and constitutional grounds. All policies must be understood by the government apparatus from the central to the regions, officials to the people. However, the language of the head of state is not as easy as the educator explains it to students, the head of state needs high social sensitivity, so there is no obstacle means understanding all the messages he conveys. The head of state must provide an optimal and perfect example as a manifesto of the characteristics of Indonesian human resources as a whole. How are the messages of the head of state uploaded on social media ‘You Tube’?. The head of state must provide an optimal and perfect example as a manifesto of the characteristics of Indonesian human resources as a whole. This study is a descriptive qualitative methode, the material from the cyber media, and analysis of the speechs of Ir. Jokowidodo in YouTube media from January to December 2017. The research shows that the president's verbal and non-verbal messages reflected the balance of communication between leaders and the people interactively interactively; the meaning is humanist, religious, humorous, traditionalist, and nationalist. The analysis too shows that the head of the central government until the region must be a communicator, innovator and initiator wholeheartedly dealing with the interests of civil society in the millennial era, guarding the strengthening of national identity and religious ideology.</p> Farhan Farhan Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 73 81 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.279 Challenging Traditional Islamic Authority: The Impact of Social Media in Indonesia http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/280 <p>Islamic teaching is, in fact, the product of a very slow and gradual process of interpretation of the Qur’an and the collection, verification and interpretation of the Hadith during the first three centuries of Islam (the seventh to the ninth centuries AD). This process took place amongst scholars and jurist who developed their own methodology for classification of sources, derivation of specific rules from general principles, and so forth. The traditionalist approach of learning Arabic, for instance, take years to complete and memorising the Arabic grammar takes a long time. Traditionalist Islamic institutions such as pesantren and madrasah produce Kiai, or Muslim clergy and scholars that inevitably create an elite group of scholars. They become the authority who determine the correct interpretation of the Holy books. However, in the era of the social media, such traditional authority has been challenged. Anyone could become a scholar of Islam and to criticise the Kiai harshly. My presentation will critically evaluate this new situation faced by the Indonesian Muslim scholars and to discuss the roots of the problems.</p> Nadirsyah Hosen Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 84 100 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.280 Da’wa, Social Media and Challenge the Mainstream of Islam among Millennial Generation http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/281 <p>This study aims to discuss the da’wa of Islam in relation to social media and how to challenge the mainstream of Islam among millennial generations in the community of Gorontalo City. The problem of this research is how the use of social media as a vehicle for da’wa for the millennial generation in Gorontalo City and what the challenges of da'wa for the millennial generation in Gorontalo City. This research uses qualitative methods, where data is obtained through observation, interviews and documentation studies. The findings of this study that social media can be used as a medium of da'wa especially for millennial generations. His da'wa material is the same as da'wa material in general, but the packaging follows the tastes of the millennial generation. Da'wa material on social media can be in the form of short narratives, pictures, or videos. Da'wa messages are delivered casually without patronizing. Nevertheless there are challenges of da’wa on social media for the millennial generation in the form of the spread of hoaxes behind religious messages and the lack of adequate capacity of the millennial generation to filter religious messages so that they absorb whatever they find on social media. In conclusion, social media can be an alternative medium of da'wa in the delivery of da'wa for the millennial generation. However, there must be literacy efforts in accepting and understanding religious messages in social media so that they are not trapped in the massive hoax trap of today.</p> Erwin Jusuf Thaib Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 101 109 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.281 Digital Media Literacy for the Better Santri: Reconsidering the Power of Internet for the Students of Traditional Pesantren http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/282 <p>Santri in traditional Pesantren had always been blamed for their incapability to handle the negative impacts of the digital media (particularly the Internet). In consequence, there have been strict rule limited even strongly forbid the usage of Internet for the santri in that kind of Pesantren. This issue, from a larger perspective, is an issue of the incapability of the digital natives to effectively use digital technologies. At this point, Palfrey and Gasser reminded us that “there are two possible paths before us—one in which we destroy what is great about the Internet and about how young people use it, and one in which we make smart choices and head toward a bright future in a digital age.” Arguing for the potential power of the Internet for developing capacities of the santri (intellectually, religiously, and mentally), this paper is an effort to walk on the second path by proposing a formula of what I call “DMLfS” (Digital Media Literacy for Santri). A SWOT analysis of the formula leads this paper to conclude that the Internet is considerably important for developing santri’s capacities to face the unstoppable-fast changing media technology. The formula of “DMLfS”, this paper argues, is the one of the best answers to the question of how to create a digitally literate santri.</p> Fazlul Rahman Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 110 118 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.282 Peluang dan Tantangan Majelis Taklim pada Era Teknologi Informasi Ditinjau dari Perspektif Sosiologi Dakwah: Studi Kasus Majelis Taklim Jabal Al-Rahma di Perumahan Bukit Lawang Indah http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/283 <p>The existence of majelis taklim still plays an important role in delivering and assisting people entering the era of advancement in information technology. The positive impact of advances in information technology opens opportunities for majors to develop better. The negative impact is a challenge for the Taklim Council in trying to overcome the existing problems. The reason for choosing the perspective of propaganda sociology is because in reality people's lives experience very rapid, progressive changes, and often appear to be symptoms of disintegratis, namely loosening of loyalty to common values. This study aims to analyze the problem of the lack of attendance at the activities of the Taklim Jabal al Rahma Assembly. The research method used is descriptive qualitative approach to the propaganda sociology. Data collection techniques with in-depth interviews as primary data and observation and literature literature as secondary data. This study uses Blumer's symbolic interactionism theory, in which Blumer has 3 main principles, namely meaning, language and thought. The results of the study found that there was a communication between the head of the taklim panel and members of the taklim board and the congregation taklim. The solution is to improve communication and optimize information technology to avoid disintegration which will endanger the continuity of Da'wa in the community itself.</p> Kurniati Kurniati Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 118 133 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.283 The Use of Social Media Digital Native and Digital Immigrant Muslim Generation in Surabaya http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/284 <p>The profile of the Muslim generation can be seen through the map of the use of social media which is divided into two; that is, the native digital generation, the generation born above 1980 when internet technology has evolved and influenced its lifestyle, and digital immigrant; that is, generations born under 1980 who are now still able to use internet technology in their lifestyle. This study aims to explain the tendency of social media to be used, the content of the message delivered, and the reasons for the use of social media by generations of Muslims. Theories used to analyze are technological determinism theory and triple M theory (mass society, mass media, and mass culture). This research uses a quantitative approach with descriptive statistical analysis. The object of his research is the generation of digital native Muslims and digital immigrants in Surabaya with a sample of 150 respondents. The results of this study explain the tendency of the highest percentage of each indicator as follows; the digital native Muslim generation has four social media accounts 31%, digital immigrant has three&nbsp; social media accounts 40%. The digital native Muslim generation uses Instagram social media accounts 23%, digital immigrant uses Facebook 23%, and WhatshaApp 32%. The Muslim generation digital native uses the time to social media in a day for 1 hour 21%, digital immigrant 37%. The Muslim generation digital native has the tendency to convey this type of message on social media with the theme of sharing information 28%, digital immigrant 25%. The tendency of delivering Da'wa messages to the digital native Muslim generation 7%, digital immigrant 73%, the tendency of message content in social media in the digital native Muslim generation with the theme of daily activities as much as 43%. The purpose and reason of using social media the digital native Muslim generation&nbsp; with themed information update 27%, digital immigrant themed information sharing 44%.</p> Ali Nurdin Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 134 147 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.284 Domestikasi Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi Keluarga Muslim di Kampung Cyber Surabaya http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/285 <p>The aim of the research is to explain ; first, the basic argument for household muslims to domesticate information and communication technology. Second, the process of domestication of information technology. The third implication of the domestication of technology and information. This study used descriptive qualitative method with phenomenological approach. The goal is to understand the meaning behind the action naturally. The results of this study are: First, Domestication of the information and communication technology rests on reasoning awareness, that leads to understanding the meaning and function of information and communication technology for them (Purposeful actions). Second.The existence of kampoeng cyber as instrument of the process of domestication of information and communication technology.&nbsp; Was apparently able to bring parents and children together in cultural negotiation space. The result is a process of aproriation, objectification, incorporation and conversion which accelerate the domestication of information and communication technology. Third, Moslem family awareness of the positive and negative impact that the process of domestication of information and communication technology influences their religious and social interactions. Therefore, the Cyber Kampoeng developed is used a medium of the construction awareness and values inheritance in the next generation.</p> Moch. Choirul Arif Ries Dyah Fitriyah Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 148 158 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.285 Penyebaran Radikalisme di Media Penyiaran TV Indonesia http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/286 <p>This article focused on assessing the role of media broadcasting in the spreading religious radicalism in Indonesia. The emergence of numbers broadcasting and diversity of content used was not only have positive impact on the delivery of information in the community but also possible negative impact among the communities. The research found three identified negative impacts among society. First, spreading hatred information towards certain social or religious groups. Second, the potential for disintegration of national disintegration with messages that conflict with national values. Third, the potential for legal violations that occur due to the weak supervision of digital-based broadcast content. The research also found three weaknesses to develop the capacity Indonesia Broadcast committee first, restoring the weak of statement regulation and contradictory norm within the Broadcasting Behavior Guidelines and broadcasting behavior standard. Second, Developing the institutional coordination among the state institution, and strengthening the socialization of new Broadcasting Behavior Guidelines and broadcasting behavior standard.</p> Ah. Fajruddin Fatwa Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 160 168 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.286 Hikayat Prang Sabi: Acehnese Jawi as a Medium of Successful Da’wa http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/287 <p>Besides serving as a means of entertainment, a hikayat in Aceh plays a salient role when it comes to inculcating the Islamic values to perform jihad. An epic Hikayat Prang Sabi – which is written in Acehnese Jawi – is evident to spur the Acehnese people to struggle against the Dutch invaders during the Aceh War. Numerous studies have been conducted on this hikayat to scrutinize the striking motivation it harbors. Noticeably, the hikayat is proof that Acehnese Jawi became an effective medium in successfully transmitting the da’wa to defend land and soul. However, the orthography, unlike Malay Jawi, now suffers from the lack of attention in terms of its writing system. Therefore, it is imperative to study how the orthography is employed so that it had such sheer readability in communicating the divine message. For this reason, this study attempts to unravel the Jawi writing system employed by the author in writing the hikayat. Content analysis is conducted on the script of the hikayat which is the subject of this study. It is found that the hikayat is written in various Acehnese dialects, which then affect the Jawi spelling. The Acehnese Jawi in the hikayat does share the same spelling in some words with Malay Jawi even though pronounced differently. A plethora of Arabic loanwords maintains their original spellings in Acehnese Jawi while some others are customized to suit the progressive change of local pronunciation and due to the attachment of prefixes and suffixes.</p> Syukri Rizki Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 170 183 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.287 Destiny and Work Ethos as a Degree Strategy: Study in Vocational Community Katangka District Gowa http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/288 <p>Destiny and work ethic as a Da'wa strategy for the community in the Katangka Village, Gowa Regency. The problem is then broken down into several questions, namely: (1) What is the community's understanding of destiny in the Katangka Kelurahan, Gowa Regency? (2) Can the understanding of destiny encourage the work ethic of the community as a preaching strategy in the Katangka Kelurahan, Gowa Regency? This type of research is classified as qualitative with the research approach used is the sociological approach. The data source of this research is the community in Katangka Village, Gowa Regency. Data collection methods used were observation, interviews, questionnaires and documentation. Data processing and analysis techniques are carried out through three stages namely data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. The results showed that people really believe in the destiny that was set by God from the beginning. The Katangka Kelurahan community understands it as a destiny of the provision of God that cannot be contested, there is also a destiny that requires an effort to change it and there is a destiny that can be known after that event occurs or known as destiny in human perspective. The community's view of destiny can encourage the community's work ethic as part of the Da'wa strategy it is said that destiny is a belief that comes from God and with that destiny the community is driven to seek that destiny by strengthening or doing hard work called the work ethic. Based on this research, the implications of the research are stated that the community should strengthen confidence in the provisions of God so that one continues to strive and work hard to achieve prosperity and meet their needs as part of the Da'wa strategy.</p> Mahmuddin Mahmuddin Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 184 195 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.288 Islamic Multicultural Da’wa towards Qur’anic Community by Nusantara Islam Style http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/289 <p>Islamic da’wa must continue and be strengthened. Da’wa cannot stop before there is a command to stop da’wa. But this preaching should not be the legitimacy and motivation to behave as he pleases without censorship. Da’wa cannot be separated from the spirit of preaching. Such as Islamic da’wa. It has a clear foundation. He leaned on the spirit of the da’wa of the polite predecessor, full of encouraging invitations. The polite da’wa, one of which gave birth to Nusantara Islam. The light grace of God. He became a distinctive variant that is very typical. Friendly and peaceful Islam. The Da’wa is now passed on by Nusantara Islam as its heir. Da’wa that is thick with the spirit of da’wa, upholds the great values of al-akhlaq al-karimah to realize the Islamic community of Qur’ani.</p> Nur Yesin Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 196 203 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.289 Dakwah Berbasis Budaya Lokal pada Masyarakat Suku Lembak Kota Bengkulu http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/290 <p>The research aims to find out the description of Islamic religious rites conducted by the Lembak community. To understand and analyze the cultural propagation patterns of the Lembak people. the method used is qualitative with a symbolic interactionism approach. The research informants were six people from Dusun Besar Village and Panorama Village who were selected by purposive sampling. Data collection is done by observation, in-depth interviews, documentation studies, and literature studies. The results of the study show that: first, local culture-based propaganda in the Lembak tribe community which has been going on for a long time and has consistently maintained its sustainability is berayak, klop ngaji, and klop bedikir. Worthy is interpreted as a place of friendship for community members (mad'u) to learn about Islam with religious leaders/imams (da'i). While klop ngaji and klop bedikir as a medium for propagation gave birth to understanding and solemnness in carrying out Islamic teachings, namely fluent in reading and knowing the content of the Qur'an in the klop ngaji and living the contents of radat and Islamic poetry in the Book of Berzanji and the Book of Ulud in the klop bedikir. Routine activities carried out with practice produce synchronization and harmonization between Islamic da'wa and local culture. The three cultures have historical aspects that are synergistic with Islamic teachings, customary norms and social norms. While the content of da'wa in the culture is the internalization and dissemination of Islamic teachings so that it becomes energy and social capital in the lives of the Lembak people.</p> Rahmat Ramdhani Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 204 223 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.290 Nasionalisme Relijius sebagai Strategi Dakwah Struktural http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/291 <p>Structural Da'wa is characterized by strengthening the Da'wa message on the power structure. Religious nationalism is a form of structural Da'wa strategy appropriate for plural societies such as the Indonesian people. It emerged from resistance to colonization. In Indonesia, religious nationalism played a role in the formation of a constitution that formulated "a Godhead" as the basis of the State. The 1945 Constitution develops legal products that do not conflict with the message of Islamic Da'wa . Another role of religious nationalism is a network of tolerance based on justice by placing State sovereignty above religious sovereignty.</p> Bambang Subandi Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 224 235 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.291 أفكار فسيفساء الدعوة: دراسة عند دعوة سنن كالي جاغا http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/292 <p>Making a unity of color components in every racial, ethnic, and ethnic, cultural and other differences in an area with the purpose of da’wa, that is the mosaic da’wa that a da'i will face and live on his journey especially in Indonesia. Every life form deserves live and develop, including ideas, perspectives, policies, attitudes and actions, by the people of a country towards something that is present and into the territory of certain regional communities. Multiculturalism began to be made an official policy in English-speaking countries (English-speaking countries), which began in Canada in 1971. In accommodating diverse community lives, the government then adopted the concept of cultural mosaics. This concept illustrates the diversity of ethnic groups living side by side in Canada where people can adapt themselves to differences in cultural ethnicity and the uniqueness of each culture. This gives different contrast spark plug to Canada. Cultural mosaics consist of three main categories: (a) demographic, (b) geographical, and (c) associative of cultural mosaics as in the times of Sunan Kaliogo in Indonesia at the time of da’wa at that time. Demographic variables related to race and ethnicity are most closely related to culture in general. Geographical variables refer to the physical features of an area. Associative Variables, forms and ways of social interaction that can enhance solidarity relations among humans. The collaborative effort to achieve a common goal that was applied by Wali Songo, namely the missionary goals and welfare of the Nusantara community in the 15th century 674 AD was equivalent to the mid 1470s.</p> Khasib Batunnikmah Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 236 249 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.292 Kiai and Adherents Relations in the Contemporary Commodification http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/293 <p>Kiai is an agent of change for the Islamic community in the land of Java, Indonesia. The status of kiai is pinned as a form of respect for his charismatic leadership for his adherents. The relation between the kiai and his adherents in the context of contemporary Islamic preaching (da'wa) can be studied through social exchange theory. This theory is relevant to da'wa activities involving the relationship between preachers and da'wa partners. Preachers involve attributes and statuses that are well packaged, so that da'wa partners get satisfaction. da'wa partners sacrifice times, properties, and energies to participate in da'wa activities. When modernization breaks through da'wa activities, preachers need an intermediary called a commodification agent of religion. Finally, da'wa activity is determined by the commodification agent, not the kiai as a preacher. The exchange of kiai with adherents involves the commodification of religious agents in two ways; attribute and status. Status is in the form of the role of kiai, which includes knowledge, example, and dedication. All exchange materials are processed by the commodification agent through media means; institutions, teaching assemblies, and houses of worship. Commodification agents can take the forms of committees, management of institutions, media managers, event organizers, or kiai assistants. The exchange of kiai produced a message of preaching, whether in the form of sound, images, or both sound and images.</p> Moh. Ali Aziz Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 250 258 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.293 Reposisi Jamaah Tarekat dalam Dinamika Dakwah Kontemporer: Studi Kasus Tarekat Khalwatiyah Zamman di Kabupaten Wajo, Sulawesi Selatan http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/294 <p>This article aims to discussed the Khalwatiyah Zamman in Wajo Regency, South Sulawesi. The concept of Da'wa and the form of the practice of the teachings of the Khalwatiyah Zamman in Wajo Regency was formed by the strategy of Da'wa ; the Khalifah (teachers) in the Khalwatiyah school, the Baiat which became the member in Khalwatiyah, the Zikir done consistently and the figure used as guidance. The supporting factors of Khalwatiyah because the city of Sengkang where the dominant of Khalifah Puang Lompo who is the old man of the Khalifah in Patte'ne whose existence is supported by the government and all descendants of the Khalifah and its followers. The inhibition of its existence does not move structurally organizational so that Khalwatiyah in Wajo developed naturally from the descendants and some of the sympathizers who eventually became followers in the teachings of the Khalwatiyah of Wajo Regency.</p> Nurhikmah `` Nurhikmah Abd. Halim K. Aminah Azis Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 259 274 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.294 Dakwah dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/295 <p>Community empowerment is part of preaching activities, because preaching is not only limited to lectures. Empowerment of the community as a real action propaganda known as billhal propaganda. Preaching does not only improve the quality of your faith, but also preaching also needs to pay attention to the teraf of people's lives as honey. Improving the standard of living of the community can be done by means of community empowerment. In tune with the paradigm of community empowerment, that preaching has the aim to change the situation of honey through economic, social, political, cultural, educational, health and so forth. Community empowerment positions madu as both subject and object in Da'wa activities. In the Islamic perspective community empowerment has a starting goal which is to eliminate socioeconomic gaps between one another. So that Islam is taught the principles of social security, the principle of equality, the principle of participation, the principle of respect for the work ethic, and the principle of help. There are two ways taken in Islam in community empowerment, that is consumptive community empowerment and productive community empowerment.</p> Teguh Ansori Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 275 283 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.295 Dakwah di Tengah Heterogenitas Masyarakat dan Perbedaan Umat http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/297 <p>Pluralism of the old term is increasingly getting the full attention of many circles. The term is not new, because the discussion regarding plurality itself has been further elaborated by transcendental Greek thinkers with various alternative solutions. Plurality is identified variously by these thinkers attached to various solution solutions for plurality. Is a given pluralism, while conflict is inhern. Next what comes to mind is how to manage plurality and conflict can become social energy in realizing a harmonious and better national order. The answer is brief regarding the assessment of many factors. In considering plurality, agreeing that harmony is not enough if only carried out apathetically and passively. It is also expected that pluralist self-attitudes also measure pluralism. Respect and acknowledge the existence of others, place according to foster an attitude of empathy, honesty, and fairness. So by using the collaboration of all parties, both different Islam and outside Islam, also using the assets of the world which will make the plural model of Islamic propaganda more useful. Thus, plurality, heterogeneity, diversity or diversity can become "social energy" in controlling and neutralizing human problems.</p> Yusria Ningsih Ulul Aflika Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 284 291 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.297 Wali Asuh Counseling Service Program to Create Santri’s Independent at al-Hasyimiyah Region of Nurul Jadid Islamic Institute Paiton Probolinggo http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/298 <p>This research has two problems of study, both are (1) how is the process of implementing wali asuh counseling service program to create santri’s independent at Al Hasyimiyah Region of Nurul Jadid Islamic Institute Paiton Probolinggo (2) how is the result of implementing wali asuh counseling service program to create santri’s independent at Al Hasyimiyah Region of Nurul Jadid Islamic Institute Paiton Probolinggo. The researcher used qualitative research methods with a case study format. Qualitative data is obtained by interview, observation, and documentation. The results of this research are (1) Implementation of wali asuh counseling service program through seven services, namely orientation, information, placement and distribution, tutoring, individual counseling, group guidance, and group counseling. (2) While, the results of implementing this program through seven services of counseling are independent santri who have a religious, dynamic, and social personality.</p> Agus Santoso Ummahatul Mu’minin Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 294 303 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.298 The Phenomena of Social Media Interaction on Global Muslim Identity Construction http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/299 <p>The growth interaction of social media has become a global phenomenon. Recently, internet usage throughout the world has led to the popularity of social network sites. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube are the common websites shaped cooperative structures wherein the human digital crowd is encouraged proactively. The increasing interest in this means of communication technology has significant impacts on the social landscapes of global affairs and physical social life. Both of these factors make people play certain characters in the social arena. The Social Network is gaining more and more importance today and has a deeper impact on society as to the traditional media. Social media enables identity expression, exploration, and experimentation; something natural for the human experience. It is the agencies in real life, which provide a source of names for different sectors, that inspire the internet communities and the interactions they make within themselves. It is essential to comprehend the motives of agencies to have an understanding of the group interactions on social platforms. However, (Especially,) the perception of global Muslim worldviews are being challenged by these means of the information revolution. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to examine practical aspects of social media interaction on the global Muslim identity construction. Global Muslims is viewed on the existing relationship and critics of their civilization are also made in this work. Qualitative method is applied in conducting the work which enables authors to arrive at indisputable logical facts.</p> Muhammad Baiqun Isbahi Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 304 312 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.299 Self-Healing in Javanese Muslim Community: A Study on Asthma Patient in Surabaya City http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/300 <p>Asthma is not actually a contagious disease, but this disease is classified as a dangerous disease. Asthma can reduce the quality of life of a person. In fact, it can cause death for sufferers if not handled properly. Every asthma patient has different knowledge and experience in managing and curing asthma. Especially related to illness, illness, and treatment of asthma. This study aims to determine self-healing by asthma patients, the majority of whom come from Javanese ethnicity and are Muslim. Javanese have a philosophy of life including; Nrimo Ing Pandum, Rila, Ngluruk Tanpa Bala Menang Tanpa Ngasorake, and Manunggaling Kawulo Gusti. The research method used is qualitative-phenomenological. Data collection techniques through in-depth interviews, observation, documentation and field notes. The research subjects were patients who treated at the asthma clinic of RSUD dr. Soetomo Surabaya. The results showed that there is a unique self-healing that is carried out by patients with asthma, every things that happens is always accepted and there is a connection with God. Self-healing can help strengthen the emotions (thoughts, attitudes, and actions) of asthma patients. So that in the healing process, patients can be categorized as a fully controlled asthma patient and a partially controlled asthma patient.</p> Pudji Rahmawati Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 313 323 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.300 Facing Death with a Smile: Study on Islamic Counseling in the Da'wa of KH Imam Syairozi Indonesia http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/301 <p>Death is usually considered a frightening specter by most people, so any effort is made to achieve a healthy life, "live all the time". Preaching about death are usually accompanied by images of torture and hell. This paper attempts to present aspects of Islamic counseling in the context of facing death by KH Muhammad Imam Syairozi in his Da'wa . The descriptive qualitative method was used to analyze aspects of Islamic counseling in the video lecture on the Youtube Channel, and was completed with confirmation through direct interviews with the person concerned. This research found 3 new things related to the study of Islamic counseling in the mission of KH Muhammad Imam Syairozi. He uses the "basyiron" strategy, which is giving good news, using analogous examples of daily life behaviors and comprehensive illustrations of human life. Some of the contents of his Da'wa that is interesting include: "The natural world of Barzakh is more perfect than the natural world", "God's creations are many, there is a natural world, natural Barzakh, don’t you want to go there?".</p> Mohamad Thohir Rahmat Hidayat Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 324 333 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.301 Bimbingan Konseling Islam dengan Rational Emotif Behavior Theraphy dalam Menangani Perilaku Agresif Anak di SD Al-Falah Assalam Tropodo Sidoarjo http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/302 <p>In this research, researcher tries to review a method of counseling guidance in the aggressive behavior handling of 4th grade elementary school in SD Al – Falah Assalam Tropodo Sidoarjo, the method is RATIONAL EMOTIF BEHAVIOR THERAPHY (REBT). A method that has developed on 1950’ by an American Physiologist, Albert Ellis, REBT completely focus on personality changing effectively into better behavior of course. Wherein outline the behaviors affected by two main factors; Internal factor which directly related with descant or gen whereas external factor which directly related with environments place the individual living.The research uses qualitative descriptive approach, which the main subject research is a 4th grade student who is identified as aggressive behavior having. According to the case this research purposed to dig information whether the student just to be aggressive in school or in home instead, what factors that effected the aggressive behavior, and then applying REBT method as solution of the aggressive behavior handling. Expecting from this research are the result of research could be used to handle aggressive behaviors for other students and also used as reference in the research of another counseling guidance.</p> Lukman Fahmi Abd. Basyid Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 334 345 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.302 Dakwah Islam Melalui Bimbingan dan Konseling dalam Membangun Religiusitas Islami Anak Berkebutuhan Khusus http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/303 <p>Children with special needs are actually not different from children in general who are said to be normal, they are born by the will of God. Like children in general, children with special needs are born with both deficiencies and advantages. Children with special needs have difficulty levels due to physical, emotional, mental, social, and or have special intelligence and talents. Children with special needs require education and coaching as children in general or normal children. Children with special needs require assistance that involves educational activities, guidance and counseling in which contains the essence of religiosity, especially Islamic religiosity. In the mentoring process that leads to the establishment of Islamic religiosity for these special needs children, Islamic Da'wa land for certain community, that is children with special needs, involving the elements of parents, teachers, and society, in addition to children with special needs, Which will be done by a counselor. The counselor as a da'I will conduct guidance and counseling that focuses on the establishment of Islamic religiosity, which includes dimensions: (1) educational dimensions, (2) developmental dimensions, (3) preventive dimensions, (4) ecological dimensions (5) futuristic dimension. This is where the role of the counselor as well as the role of a da'i, becomes so important in conducting Islamic Da'wa activities, for the community especially for certain communities that is children with special needs with various elements involved in it.</p> Mierrina Mierrina Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 346 355 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.303 Global Da’wa Revitalization through Spiritual Values in Local Wisdom http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/304 <p>This paper seeks to elaborate the implementation of Da'wa so that the objectives of Da'wa can be achieved to the maximum. There needs to be an innovative and creative missionary revitalization effort carried out by a preacher as an implementer of Da'wa, including utilizing local wisdom products to support the success of Da'wa . Among the local wisdom products that can be adopted by a preacher is the behavior of penance which is usually done by the Javanese community. The practice of penance was initially carried out by asceticism, fasting at certain times was finally baptized with Islamic values to do certain activities such as fasting, reducing food to purify the form, reducing sleep to reduce feelings and feelings and preventing sahwat to purify power. penance in life is an effort to get closer to God, both in attitude, behavior, soul, and mind. Tirakat can be seen as a spiritual effort from an individual, in the form of body and soul concern in achieving something by drawing closer to God. One form of getting closer to God is by fasting. The preacher as the messenger must meet some minimum criteria as a preacher among the kretria of the preacher is noble. In order to realize the noble character of a preacher must be diligent in doing penance, because it contains an increase in self control and spirituality. Thus a preacher besides delivering his preaching verbally, a preacher will also give uswah hasanah and of course the preaching delivered gets optimal results.</p> M. Anis Bachtiar Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 356 368 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.304 Model Pengembangan Kepribadian di Pesantren http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/317 <p>This study aims to describe the model of Muslim personality development that is developed based on in-depth observations of what is practiced by the pesantren community in order to develop the personality of their students. This research was conducted with a qualitative approach in the form of ethnography. Subjects were taken from three Islamic boarding schools in Purwokerto City, namely An-Najah Islamic Boarding School, Darussalam Islamic Boarding School, and ath-Thohiriyah Islamic Boarding School. The results showed that the Muslim personality development model practiced by the pesantren community was based on several principles and values ​​that were understood and practiced by the pesantren community, including scientific enthusiasm, independence, responsibility, simplicity, togetherness, leadership, and sincerity. The process of developing students' personality is done through understanding, exemplary, accustomed to, worshiping, and deepening the values ​​of pesantren. The Muslim personality development model that has been practiced in the pesantren community can be said as an answer to the need for a personality development approach that is appropriate to the religious cultural context of Indonesian society. This model is worth discussing as indigenous personality development, which is a pattern of personality development that is rooted in the values, perspectives, or traditions that exist in a community.</p> Muskinul Fuad Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 369 382 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.317 Terapi Kognitif Behavior dengan Teknik Manajemen Diri untuk Menangani Kedisiplinan Belajar Siswa SMP Islam Tanwirul Afkar Sidoarjo http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/306 <p>This research focuses on; (1) behavior cognitive therapy process with self-management techniques in dealing with the discipline of learning of an Islamic middle school student at Tanwirul Afkar Sidoarjo. (2) the final results of the behavior cognitive therapy process with self-management techniques in managing discipline learning of a Tanwirul Afkar Sidoarjo Islamic middle school student.In answering these problems, researchers used qualitative research methods with descriptive case study analysis in which data collection was carried out through observation, interviews and documentation presented in the data presentation and descriptive analysis chapters by comparing before and after the therapy process. In analyzing the process of self-management techniques to improve student learning discipline used is the form of observations and interviews that are presented in the chapter on data presentation and data analysis. In this study was found that the process of self-management techniques to improve student learning discipline through several stages, namely: 1. Making self-monitoring with counselees; 2. Giving rewards if the counselee has reached the target; 3. Making a contract or agreement by looking at the consequences or goals that the counselee wants; 4. Mastering of stimuli. The final results in this study are quite successful because they can full fill four indicators of success. These results can be seen through changes in the counselee towards the better and can improve the discipline of learning.</p> Nurul Fahimatus Shofi Arif Ainur Rofiq Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 383 390 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.306 Keterampilan Komunikasi dalam Konseling http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/307 <p>Guidance and counseling are applied science. Guidance words and counseling words combined with simsiosis mutualism. The two words are inseparable from one another. Counselors are influential figures on the success of counseling services. One successful factor in counseling is communication skills. The Koran has explained how to communicate well, there are three stages in communicating; First, Introduction begins with greetings, shaking hands, eye contact, facial expressions, accompanied by body language. Second, Building Relationships. Realtion must be balance between conselor and conseli, so that conseli has same position with conselor. Third, closing, In this stage contain three steps, namely: conclusion, prayer, and say hello. Professional conselors are able to internalize words and actions into one integrated force. Internalization and integration of words and actions are the key for the success of counselors in implementing counseling services.</p> Agus Sukirno Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 391 399 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.307 People Recruitment Model for Effective and Sustainable Mosque Management http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/308 <p>Mosque has a pivotal role for da’wa and muslim community development. Unfortunately many of them have lost such functions nowadays and the caretaker is among the main reasons: an active board of caretaker results an active mosque and vice versa. Thus, a model of effective and sustainable people recruitment is needed for mosque to be optimally functional. This research analyzes two longlasting mosques in Surabaya, Al-Falah and Al-Abror, to develop the model. Al-Falah is a downtown mosque while Al-Abror is located in a suburban area. Both are regarded as sustainable mosques due to their ability and consistency in performing community development through their programs and people management in more than 40 years of their existence. The objective of this grounded research is to understand the people recruitment planned and implemented by both mosques’ board of caretaker. Using in-depth interview and inductive analysis, this research reveals three important points of findings. Firstly, strategic value proposition in mosque people recruitment consists of mosque organizational vision, work-related spiritualism, personal track record allignment and material incentive. Secondly, although recruitment source primarily is from internal (within recent or previous board of caretaker), external source (people from any background and residential area) is proven to be effective. Last, personal and word of mouth through social media platform such as WhatsApp are the preferred method for recruitment.</p> Rahmat Husein Andri Ansyah Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 1 1 400 408 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.308 Pemberdayaan Masjid Bersejarah di Kalimantan Selatan: Sebuah Upaya Transformasi Sosial Berbasis Masjid http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/309 <p>Sultan Suriansyah Mosque is a mosque that has a great historical role for the initial milestone of the entry of Islam in the land of South Kalimantan, and historically has historical links with other mosques scattered in the South Kalimantan region. In addition to its function as a place of worship and Islamic symbols, this mosque and its region are embryos of the city of Banjarmasin. In its development the Sultan Suriansyah Mosque is now more focused and improving the development of religious tourism which later became part of an important institution capable of influencing social life both in terms of social, economic and cultural aspects. The process of transformation or life change in a more positive and better direction is very well done with mosque media as a basis for the development of the people.</p> Aulia Aziza Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 409 418 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.309 Peran Masjid Agung Palembang sebagai Pusat Peradaban Islam di Sumatera Selatan http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/310 <p>Palembang Grand Mosque is one of the pillars of the strength of the people of South Sumatra, especially Palembang. This mosque is a representation of Muslims in South Sumatra, both in quantity and quality. Palembang Great Mosque has a role as the center of civilization as in the time of the Prophet Muhammad SAW. The role of the mosque is seen in: first, the process of social change, building the morality of the Ummah in the midst of moral degradation, actively carrying out activities that are spiritual building the Ummah, carrying out educational activities or intellectual activities, conducting religious activities, internalizing the values of worship, values of jihad, values trustworthy, disciplined, exemplary, and sincere, responding to the always dynamic and complex problems of the ummah, implementing the mosque's social functions, resolving conflicts that occur in the community, exercising social control, fostering and developing society, moving the economy of the ummah, optimizing all potentials and resources of the ummah, fostering construction and prosperity of the mosque.</p> Candra Darmawan Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 419 428 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.310 Gender Mainstreaming in Da’wa: Study on the Role of Female Preachers in Samarinda http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/311 <p>Da'wa is one form of spreading religion in Islam. At present, the da’wa movement is not only dominated by the 30-50 years age group but also mostly carried out by the younger generation. In practice, da’wa activities are often dominated by male preachers. On the other hand, the phenomenon of da’wa shows that the target of da'wa (mad'u) is dominated by female. Therefore, recently many female preachers began to emerge in the community. This paper aims at looking at gender mainstreaming in da'wa by answering the following questions (1) how is Da’wa movement among young people in Samarinda (2) how is the role of female preachers in spreading Islamic teachings in the community in Samarinda. This paper uses three data collection methods, namely observation, interviews, and documentation. Qualitative descriptive data analysis is used to see the phenomenon of women in a comprehensive manner in the city of Samarinda.</p> Diajeng Laily Hidayati Ida Suryani Wijaya Miftahur Ridho Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 1 1 430 437 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.311 Komunikasi Perempuan di Pondok Pesantren Salaf Al-Anwar Sarang Rembang Jawa Tengah http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/312 <p>This article discusses the communication process of women and also their role in the Salaf Islamic boarding school environment. Women are part of the phenomenon of the boarding school community. In their daily lives, they are inseparable with various kinds of processes and the role of communication that goes through. In their daily life, women in the Salaf Islamic boarding school are classified as creatures whose scope of work is only in the domestic sector. Through an ethnographic approach, researchers conducted involved observations and also in-depth interviews with 6 informants chosen purposively. This study explains that the process of communication of women in Islamic boarding schools occurs persuasively, face-to-face and their role as housewives, teachers, and as children in the environment of the Salaf boarding school with a very limited scope.</p> Agoes Moh. Moefad Maulidatus Syahrotin Naqqiyah Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 438 450 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.312 Metode Dakwah dalam Upaya Penanaman Kesadaran terhadap Kaum Blater http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/313 <p>Da’wa has a very important role in the community, by using various methods of da’wa, it will have a significant impact in changing the society condition, thesuitability of dakwah’s methode in changing the blater’s life&nbsp; is very important to note, because for them it is not easy to raise awareness of they mistakes he has made during they life, so with certain methods, they will have awaraness and no longer, do not repeat they mistake that have become they habit before, the Blater have the power either physically or magical science contained in their soul, and they have inner power and they can easily gather many followers, which tends to lead to the negative actions because of that his awareness needs to be built through certain methods of da’wa. The preachers or the missionary have a very important role to change the state of a society, and a considerable become they responsibility. They can choose the method that suits according to the the object (mad'u) of the da’wa itself, because the right methods will determine the outcome or changing in the target.</p> Rosyidi Rosyidi Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 451 459 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.313 Dakwah Kiai Prostitusi Versus Kiai Petruk di Eks Lokalisasi Prostitusi Dolly Kota Surabaya http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/314 <p>This article is the result of a study entitled Da’wa Kiai Prostitution versus Kiai Petruk in the Ex localization of Dolly in Surabaya. The research is focused on, first, how is the method of da’wa used by Kiai Khoiron Syu'aib (Kiai Prostitution) and Kiai Ngadimen Wahab (Kiai Petruk) in the Ex Localization of Dolly in Surabaya? second, what are the similarities and differences of the da’wa method used by both of them? Third, what is the role of both of them in merecavery of the ex-Dolalization community. Dolly is one of the biggest localizations in Southeast Asia, her fame succumbed to Surabaya as the icon of the City of Heroes. In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the lust business by the pimps and his cronies, there are some preachers who care about the fate of young women who sell love, namely the prostitutes who are localized with Dolly in Surabaya, they are Kiai Ngadimen Wahab (kiai petruk) and Kiai Khoiron Syu'aib (kiai of prostitution). Behind the menor's grooming and the beautiful appearance of the prostitutes, their hearts actually cry and scream, because most of them plunge as prostitutes because they are deceived and forced by pimps pimps and localization thugs and circumstances that force them to plunge into the valley of prostitution. In fact in the recesses of the hearts of CSWs there is a glimmer of hope to work as normal workers and become good women, positive empty space in the recesses of the hearts of CSWs is utilized and filled by the preachers of localization with a touch of humanist preaching with the principle of Rahmatan li al-alamin.</p> Sunarto AS Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 460 466 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.314 Kajian Material dan Kajian Formal Dakwah http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/315 <p>This paper consists of two studies that we make one, the first is titled scientific da’wa and the second is the nature of da’wa. The first research focuses on the discovery of the study of da’wa material and the second describes the formal study of da’wa through its properties, with the first research being philosophical in nature while the second is empirical by observing three sermon events. The method in this study uses heuristics because they really want to find a new field of science. The question asked is what is the material study and formal study of da’wa, the conclusion shows that the material study is the substance of da’wa while the material study is the properties inherent in the substance of da’wa.</p> Masduqi Afandi Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 467 475 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.315 Ruang dan Pengasuhan Anak: Perspektif Komunikasi Keluarga http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/316 <p>Growth and physical, psychological, and spiritual condition of family members is determined by the condition of the house. This paper intends to explore how family members interact specifically with the childcare process with the condition of homes in modest housing locations that have limited facilities and space. By using the phenomenological method it can be seen that with the same size of land but different spatial use and design, interactions and unique results occur in each family studied. The factors of space coloring, furniture selection, sanitation, and function of the space become the determinants in the meaningful process of interaction between parent and child.</p> Nikmah Hadiati Salisah Copyright (c) 2019 International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-05 2019-11-05 1 1 476 483 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.316 Proceeding Back Cover of ICON-DAC-2019 http://proceedings.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/ICONDAC/article/view/331 Sokhi Huda Copyright (c) 2019 Proceeding of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2019-11-06 2019-11-06 1 1 10.15642/icondac.v1i1.331