Proceedings of the International Conference on Business, Economic, Social Science and Humanities (ICOBEST 2018)

Communication Pattern Of Tablighi Jamaat Members In Bandung City On The Jaulah Activities

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Inggar Prayoga
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Inggar Prayoga
Available Online November 2018.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icobest-18.2018.76How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Communication Pattern, Tablighi Jemaat, Jaulah
Abstract
Tablighi Jamaat in Indonesia experienced a significant progress as well as in Bandung City, one of the progress happened because the communication pattern that they make to the community occurred effectively, through activities that are usually known as Jaulah, which is the invitation of Tablighi Jamaat Members to the society with a structured pattern and use role’s played by the members. This research used Phenomenology’s Method with Qualitative Approach. The research data obtained through interviews, observation, and document study. The research results revealed that in the Jaulah activities, the roles of each member are divided into two groups. The first group, those who were in the mosque with the division of roles, namely Mudzakkir, Muqarrar and Istiqbal. While the second group, those who are outside the mosque and visit communities around the mosque with the division of roles, specifically Amir, Dalil, Mutakallim, and Makmur. Each of these roles has a different task with the aim of inviting people to pray especially for men, so they are able to perform prayers in the mosque.
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