Stress-cultural democracy da'wah at the Mosque

Syarifudin, - (2020) Stress-cultural democracy da'wah at the Mosque. Ilmu Dakwah, 14 (1). pp. 55-76. ISSN 2548-8708

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This study examines the collision of democratic systems through the election of village heads and the process of the resilience of cultural da'wah at mosques, which has an impact on the weakening of dakwah in Kampung Baru and Lonthor Banda Neira villages. The issue of the discussion examines the da'wah experience of mosque administrators regarding the encounter of democracy through the process of cultural da'wah at the mosque. This research uses a case study method with a qualitative approach. Data collection techniques through observation, interviews, and focus discussion groups. This study's results indicate that the adaptation of a democratic culture through village head elections occurs cultural stress between mosque administrators who maintain the resilience of the dakwah culture with a democratic system through the voting of the village head in Banda Neira. The cultural stress process goes through three stages: the cultural meeting stage, cultural clash action, cultural assimilation, and artistic collaboration. Due to social stress, social reality creates a feeling of shame, underappreciation, and a weakening of the solidarity of mosque administrators.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Penelitian Dosen
Divisions: Jurnal
Depositing User: Usemahu Abdullah
Date Deposited: 20 Aug 2021 12:45
Last Modified: 20 Aug 2021 12:45

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