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FPI AND IDEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE OF ISLAMIC MEDIA IN INDONESIA

Indrayani, Inri Inggrit (2013) FPI AND IDEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE OF ISLAMIC MEDIA IN INDONESIA. In: ICMCC, 7-8 November 2012, Yogyakarta.

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    Abstract

    This research purpose is to reveal the comparison of the discourse that is constructed by Islamic media in this case, Republika and Duta Masyarakat in their news about FPI (Front Pembela Islam). As a nation with the majority population in Islam, the presence of FPI in Indonesia than becomes controversial that separates Islam in some point of views. Republika is known as the modern Islam newspaper and Duta Masyarakat is traditional Islam and regional newspaper. How the Islamic media see FPI and their point of views are appropriately to be asked then ? The research method is discourse analysis by Theo Van Leeuwen model that will explore how a group or someone be marginalised. The Leeuwen model sees how actors are shown in media news through the process of exclusion and inclusion. The resulst of this research show that Duta Masyarakat marginalizes FPI and the fundamentalists as a threat of nasionalism. Republika assumed the existence of FPI is just alike other Islamic organizations, must be adaptable to the law and cultural context as regard to pluralism in Indonesia. Both do agree that Islam doesn’t allow violance but must contribute to nation building.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Additional Information: Tidak ada
    Uncontrolled Keywords: Islamic Media, FPI, Ideological Perspective
    Subjects: Communication > Journalism
    Communication > Mass Media
    Divisions: Faculty of Communication Science > Communication Science Department
    Depositing User: Inri Inggrit Indrayani S.I.P., M.Si
    Date Deposited: 22 Oct 2013 12:52
    Last Modified: 22 Oct 2013 12:52
    URI: http://repository.petra.ac.id/id/eprint/16227

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