Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar

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ISSN / EISSN : 1693-2714 / 2685-2934
Current Publisher: Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Bengkulu (10.29300)
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Putra Chaniago
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 176-191; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i2.3111

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The main problem in this research is the analysis based on local content analysis on the video of the lectures traditional of adat basandi syarak, syarak basandi kitabullah by Ustadz Zulhamdi Lc, MA. Researchers want to know how a discourse is built in a culture-based da'wah conducted by religious scholars in Minangkabau. This type of research is qualitative descriptive, using documentation studies as a data collection technique. Then use the method of discourse analysis Teun van Dijk. The findings of the study show that the customary lecture of adat basandi syarak, syarak basandi kitabullah by Ustadz Zulhamdi Lc, MA is seen from the aspect of social analysis, text and social cognition, namely building a religious discourse, amar ma'ruf nahi mungkar. Departing from the concerns of the scholars in an effort to maintain the Islamic tradition and strengthen the character of the Minangkabau people known as the state of the scholars, amid the issues of moral and mental damage to Minangkabau youth today. Local content-based da'wah through a long-believed philosophy of life, becomes a solution to return to the order of life in accordance with the expectations of the ancients who lived in a strong religious tradition fortifying themselves and generations of mental and moral decline. Da'wah is a flexible and universal activity, so with local content-based da'wah can be a solution to the problems that occur in the community under its auspices.
Umi Khoirum
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 216-233; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i2.3642

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Hijab is currently interpreted as part of women's fashion, to complement thebeauty of clothes worn everyday. Many factors have caused a shift in themeaning of hijab for women. Some of the factors include trends. This study aimsto reveal the role of the media, especially in the Wolipop portal, as an onlinemedia that packages women's lives in various aspects including the hijab profilein building the trend of women's hijab. In an effort to reveal this shift, thewriter uses the theory of Roland Barthes as a knife to analyze the depiction ofhijab women. The data were collected using purposive sampling method ofarticles on the hijab profile content in Wolipop. Based on the research results, itis known that in its development, the media presents women who are able tomake the hijab not only a sign of Muslim women, but women who wear hijabhave been able to appear in the public with various achievements that have led tothe latest hijab fashion models. And online media consciously package howwomen are free to express themselves with their hijab according to theirprofession, age, interests and preferences.
Saptudin Saptudin, Muahammad Adil, K.A. Bukhori
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 192-202; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i2.3131

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This research is based on the experience of the pilgrimage that I did in which there was a problem with the loss of pilgrims from the pilgrimage. This study aims to discuss the problems of intensive communication in the organization of Umrah. The study was conducted using qualitative methods where data was obtained based on interviews, observations, and documentation. Participants in this study were all Umrah pilgrims who served in the shade of PT. Aina Wisata Faith (AWI) Semende Travel Tour. The study was conducted using qualitative methods where data was obtained based on interviews, observations, and documentation. To analyze the data obtained from the results of the study, the authors used Miles and Huberman's Interactive Model data analysis techniques. Based on the data analysis that has been done by the author, it was found that some intensive communication was carried out, namely (1) conveying material calmly, (2) using language that was easily understood by the congregation, (3) building a pleasant atmosphere of communication, (4) using several communication media to facilitate communication so that all material is conveyed and well received by pilgrims, (5) understands the character of pilgrims to be guided, and (6) mentors are more helpful in establishing closeness with the Jammeh. And some factors influence communication, namely (1) education, (2) age, (3) gender, (4) pilgrim perception, (5) the nature or character of pilgrims, and (6) pilgrim health conditions
Anja Kusuma Atmaja, Alfiana Yuniar Rahmawati
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 203-215; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i2.3359

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The social problems that occur in society are certainly so complex if they have to be addressed one by one. A fact and reality that exist in everyday life are things that are an integral part of that situation. In digesting and seeking solutions to these social problems, as a Muslim everyone is required to be a solution in solving problems that exist and occur in social life itself. This study aims to describe in general the social problems that occur in people's lives by using the dakwah approach to solve them and to examine the problems using the library research method. The expected result of this research is to provide a general understanding to the public and readers in particular in order to interpret the importance of appreciating and accepting other people's opinions so that later the inclusiveness of society through da'wah can be a concept for solving these social problems.
Moch Iqbal
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 117-127; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i2.3587

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This study aims to determine the religion of the transmigrant community in Bengkulu, precisely in the Abu Syakim Village, Pondok Kelapa District, North Bengkulu. Known Bengkulu is one of the areas where transmigrants from Java and Bali are located. The migrants then interacted with the new environment which produced unique variants. This research method is qualitative with a case study approach. The research data, which mostly used the subject's words, both spoken and written, were obtained from two kinds of sources, namely the author and several other informants. Data collection activities were carried out using in-depth interviews, passive role observation and documentation methods. Using Weber's concept of 'the disenchanment of the world', which will help analyze findings in the field. The results of the study were: first, there was a 'plagiarism' of Javanese culture and religious traditions, which were brought to the transmigration area of Bengkulu. Moreover, its economic activities are still land-based, although the pattern is somewhat different, namely from lowland rice to plantations. Second, the tarekat activities will grow and develop. There are at least two orders in the village of Abu Syakim, namely the Qodariyah Naqsabandiyah order and the Shiddiqiyah tarekat. Both orders are also led by immigrants.
Septa Agustina
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 160-175; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i2.3450

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The meaning becomes one part of communication. The meaning comes from human interpretation and makes humans to contemplate the experiences that occur during their lives. The meaning of Lupus for Odapus (people with lupus) is the process of interpretation in Odapus against Lupus both positive and negative. This study aims to determine the meaning of lupus for Odapus. As for scientific writing, it uses a qualitative-fenomenolgy paradigm. The method used was in-depth interviews, observations and documentation. The results of data analysis conducted on the three informants that the meaning of pain for Odapus through intrapersonal communication becomes the main thing for them to get closer to Allah, especially in the view of Islamic health communication. Lupus experienced by odapus allows them to view life more positively and reflect on every mistake. The three Odapus informants interpreted lupus illness / illness in their lives as a gift from God Almighty (faith), changing a healthier lifestyle, can strengthen communication in life partners and give effect to Odapus behavior such as enthusiasm, optimism, healing, patience and prejudice towards God who wants to alleviate and erase all sins them as Odapus.
Yulizar Pramudika Tawil, Giska Mala Rahmarini
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 144-159; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i2.3993

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Indonesia is experiencing an emergency communication between religious communities. The issue of division is easier to emerge and be consumed quickly by the community than the issue of togetherness. Interestingly, it is always the best practice of harmony between religious communities in rural areas which raises optimism that diversity in Indonesia continues. This study explains communication between religious communities in the success of the implementation of a religious tourism village in Rama Agung. A qualitative case study approach was carried out. Data were collected through interview techniques, observation, and search for relevant literature. Specifically for the interview data, we processed it through the transcript mechanism, keyword search, keyword categorization, and wording. Our findings include three important focuses: indicators of diversity, communication patterns in religious tourism villages, and forums for communication. We found three salient social capitals: the legacy of value systems brought by immigrant communities and the results of value processing in the environment, written rules or agreements between communities, and the leadership of religious leaders who were able to balance internal and external desires. Informal and formal communication forums have been used by the community to communicate their ideas. Then we present a communication pattern from the idea discussed, the development, to the execution stage. In the end, this study suggests a narrative approach to describe more clearly the way of communication in the village of religious tourism organized by religious diversity
Musyaffa' Musyaffa'
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 128-143; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i2.3541

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Indonesian audiences have not been able to distinguish between decent news and hoax news on social media. In the Islamic context, there is actually a rule of journalistic fiqh or social media fiqh which can become the main frame of reference to guide social media audiences (netizens) in their position as content producers as well as content consumers (prosumer). This study specifically examines the typology of audiences from a journalistic fiqh perspective. A qualitative critical approach is used as an attempt to comprehensively analyze and present data between the phenomenon of decent news and hoaxes on social media platforms with relevant literature presentations. This study found that proper news comes from the journalistic work of the mainstream mass media with the principles according to the principles of the Journalistic Code of Ethics and Journalistic Jurisprudence. Hoax news arises from the subjectivity of fans and enthusiasts, or active audiences (posters) without data and facts.
Indra P P Salmon, Ismail I, Wahyu Eko Pujianto, Fitroh Nadyah
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 33-45; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i1.2948

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This study aims to examine the readiness and feasibility of supporting components in the midst of the designation of the Balun Village as the Pancasila Village and the Religious Tourism District of Lamongan Regency. Cultural attractions offered are the Mbah Alun Graveyard Site and the value of pluralism of religious community life in Balun Village. The study used a qualitative method with a descriptive analytic and participatory rural appraisal (PRA) approach. Data collection techniques in the form of narratives sourced from several informants, secondary statistical data, and field documentation. The results of the study indicate that the readiness represented in component 3A, namely: Attractions, in the form of cultural attractions either physical or tangible (pilgrimage sites) and non-physical or intangible (values of pluralism of society / diversity and religious festivals) have been owned and run for decades; Accessibility in the form of distance to Balun Village from strategic points relatively close (2-5 km) and road infrastructure conditions, as well as; Amenities and additional supporting elements in the form of services and other supporting services available such as accommodation for tourists, restaurants and culinary centers, souvenir centers, transportation points and access close to the main road. Another development that needs to be done is improvement in terms of accessibility considering the opportunity of arrival at the Balun Village Pilgrimage Site jumped dramatically on certain religious holidays.
Ahmad Putra
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 20, pp 19-32; doi:10.29300/syr.v20i1.2921

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This study explains the efforts of rational emotive therapy in dealing with adolescent negative thoughts about their body which are not ideal, which in the end he considers that their body shape prevents their desire to achieve their ideals as a member of the police force. The client feels hopeless and disappointed because his body is not ideal to be able to become a police officer. The method used in this research is qualitative research with case study research which is then analyzed using comparative descriptive analysis. While data is collected through interviews and observations. After the data is collected, an analysis is carried out to find out the counseling process with rational emotive therapy and integrated with QS. Al-Hujurat verse 12, and compare between before and after the counseling process is carried out. The counseling process with Rational Emotive Therapy is done in steps: problem identification, diagnosis, prognosis, therapy, and evaluation. The results found that the client concerned has negative thoughts about the shape of his body, he is often upset and feel hopeless because his body is not ideal to achieve his desire to become a police officer. However, after guidance and therapy, the client feels that what he has perceived so far is wrong and intends to think rationally in the face of a problem. In the end, the client is motivated to achieve his goals by diligently exercising, learning to be grateful with the body that God gives, not complaining, maintaining diet and the client believes nothing is impossible if there is an effort from the heart.
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