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Structural Da’wa in Public Policy (Indonesian Context)

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The aim of this study is to discuss and analyze the structural da’wa as part of da’wa efforts among government officials by inserting da’wa messages in various public policies. It’s as has been applied in Bandung City in the era of Mayor Dada Rosada (the famous major of Bandung) who has one of development spirits in Bandung City as “Bandung Agamis” (The religious Bandung) program. The Qualitative descriptive approach is used to explain objectively, detail, and depth to the results that have been obtained in the field. Observation, interview, and documentation are used by the author in collecting the data. The result shows that that religion and state (government) have a symbiotic relationship. The Structural da'wa in “Bandung Agamis” program reflected that substantively religious values could be applied by the government on the public area with no formal labeling of shari'ah Islam as the opinion of integralist madhhab, neither separates religion from the state as the secularists argue.

DOI 10.11648/j.ss.20190801.13
Published in Social Sciences (Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2019)
Page(s) 12-21
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Keywords

Structural Da’wa, Internalization, Public Policy, Bandung Agamis Program

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  • Department of Islamic Broadcasting and Communication, Faculty of Da’wah and Communication, Bandung, Indonesia

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