al-Balagh : Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi 2022-07-12T07:10:25+07:00 Akhmad Anwar Dani Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Al-Balagh: Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi </strong>is a scientific publication that aims to facilitate scholarly discussions and publish academic articles on a number of studies in empirical research in the field of Da'wa and Communication. Published by <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Faculty of Ushuluddin and Dakwah, IAIN Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia</a> in collaborate with APDI (Asosiasi Profesi Dakwah Indonesia).</p> SOCIAL SUPPORT, SELF-EFFICACY, AND STUDENT'S MENTAL HEALTH IN ONLINE LEARNING DURING PANDEMIC 2022-03-28T09:26:51+07:00 Sriwiyanti Sriwiyanti Wahyu Saefudin Adinda Shofia Mujib Mujib <p>The Covid-19 pandemic influenced education policy in Indonesia; the consequence of traditional learning switched to online learning. This transition affects students' mental health at various universities in Indonesia. This study aimed to examine the mental health level of 82 students who took online learning course and explained the effect of social support and self-efficacy on students' mental health. The present study utilized three measuring tools namely the Indonesian versions of Child and Adolescent Social Support Scale (CASSS), General Self-Efficacy Scale, and Mental Health Continuum (MHC-SF). Regression analysis was used to determine the effect of social support and self-efficacy on students' mental health. The results obtained from this study were that the majority of respondents' mental health, 81.7% were in the high category, 17.1% were in the moderate category, and 1.2% of respondents were in the low category. Furthermore, social support and self-efficacy also affect 71.9% (R Square = 0.719, p = 0.000) of mental health, with an effective contribution of 41.9% by social support and 30% by self-efficacy. Thus, social support and self-efficacy are important keys to improving students' mental health in online learning.</p> 2022-06-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Sriwiyanti Sriwiyanti, Wahyu Saefudin, Adinda Shofia, Mujib Mujib ISLAMIC HYPNOTHERAPY AND ANCHOR HYPNOTHERAPY TO REDUCE SMOKING INTENTION IN ADOLESCENTS: A PILOT STUDY 2022-03-28T17:12:01+07:00 Zahro Varisna Rohmadani Ratna Yunita Setiyani Subarjo Komarudin <p>This study aimed to test the effectiveness of Islamic hypnotherapy and anchor technique in reducing smoking intentions in adolescents. There were 18 participants in the study: 6 people in the experimental group I (given intervention in the form of Islamic hypnotherapy), 6 people in the experimental group II (given intervention in the form of anchor hypnotherapy), and 6 people in the control group or a waiting list group which would be given intervention after the completion of intervention process in the experimental group I and II. Data were analyzed using the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test and Kruskal Wallis Test. The data showed that Islamic hypnotherapy was effective in lowering smoking intention (p=0.027), but anchor hypnotherapy was ineffective in lowering smoking intention (p=0.343). The control group showed no change in smoking intention (p=0.596). Qualitatively, participants in experimental groups I and II reported decreased smoking frequency but the decrease was higher in the experimental group I. Meanwhile, the control group did not experience a decrease.</p> 2022-06-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Zahro Varisna Rohmadani, Ratna Yunita Setiyani Subarjo, Komarudin SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION HEALING FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM AT RUMAH AUTIS DEPOK, INDONESIA 2022-06-05T11:05:52+07:00 Fitria Ayuningtyas Jude William Genilo <p>Autism can be described as a severe neurobiological developmental disorder with early onset, causing problems in communicating and dealing with other people or their environment. Experts are still debating, whether autism should be listed as a disease. This research was conducted to find out the Spiritual Transformation Healing that was applied at Rumah Autis Depok. This research used ethnography of communication through the SPEAKING Grid. This research indicated that Quran therapy had a significant impact on children with autism. Quran therapy might be able to develop expected behaviors, such as controlling emotion, especially tantrums and meltdowns, for children with autism. Rumah Autis Depok applied Quran therapy since the opening of this branch (on February 14, 2009), as a part of spiritual transformation healing for families of children with autism.</p> 2022-06-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Fitria Ayuningtyas, Jude William Genilo THE MESSAGE OF PEACE FROM THE VILLAGE: DEVELOPMENT OF RELIGIOUS HARMONY FROM NGLINGGI VILLAGE 2022-06-17T14:16:42+07:00 Tri Susanto Sumardjo Sarwititi Sarwoprasodjo Rilus A. Kinseng <p>Indonesia is a country with diverse religions, making it the world's most multicultural, plural, and heterogeneous country. The actual conditions are still not in line with the ideals, as conflicts between religious communities are common. Tolerance between religious communities is a perennial issue, owing to the diversity of religions among Indonesians, which leads to religious conflicts. Therefore, in managing the plurality of society, tolerance, equality, and cooperation are needed in social life, resulting in harmony. This study aims to determine the process of developing messages of tolerance and harmony, as well as the promotion process as a role model for other villages. This qualitative research with a case study approach taked the informants from employees of the Nglinggi village office, Klaten Regency, Indonesia. Data was collected using interviews, observations, and documentation to promote tolerance messages that had been built in other villages. The study's results demonstrate that the development of messages of harmony disseminated through the media related to religious community tolerance has a positive impact on other villages as literacy and promotion to build tolerance between religious communities can be applied to other villages.</p> 2022-06-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Tri Susanto, Sumardjo, Sarwititi Sarwoprasodjo, Rilus A. Kinseng MAKING FATWA IN POPULAR ISLAMIC INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT IN INDONESIA 2022-07-12T07:10:25+07:00 Aida Humaira Hengki Ferdiansyah Muhamad Masrur Irsyadi Nurul Adhha Unaesah Rahmah <p>This study uses a production organization perspective on the process of creating content in the form of fatwas on Instagram accounts in Indonesia. During the rise of “online muftīs” through various social media platforms, this study describes the process of producing and disseminating fatwa content published by “online muftīs” on,, and This research combines field research methods and content analysis as analytical methods. In the research, the writer acts as a follower to observe, reconstruct dialogue, describe, and document information and activities virtually. Then the results of the analysis are described descriptively. This study concludes that the creation of digital content in the form of online fatwas released by,, and on Instagram is motivated by several factors, namely the manager’s background, methodology for taking fatwas, and questions asked by followers in the media. social. The leaders and editors of the three media outlets issue fatwas by adapting, simplifying, and restating existing ulema’s fatwas to be published on social media in the form of short videos or infographics.</p> 2022-06-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Aida Humaira, Hengki Ferdiansyah, Muhamad Masrur Irsyadi, Nurul Adhha, Unaesah Rahmah RESEARCH REVIEW ON THE ANALYSIS OF NEWS FRAMING OF INDONESIAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2005-2021 2022-07-06T14:37:11+07:00 Dafrizal Samsudin <p>This study aims to determine the development of news framing research in the Indonesian presidential election in 2005-2021. A total of 38 scientific works consisting of undergraduate thesis, master's thesis, and journals were analyzed using the principle of a systematic literature review. The analysis shows that there are more scientific research papers in the form of undergraduate thesis compared to journals and master's thesis. Research trends increased dramatically in 2017-2021, with more portal media studies than other media. Zhongdang Pan and Gerald M. Kosicki framing analysis models are commonly used. Many media take sides in reporting on presidential and vice-presidential candidates compared to neutral and balanced ones. The framing influencing factors of the Indonesian presidential election news are media ideology, the background of journalists and news editors, media routines, media organizations, extra media, selection of syntactic, script, thematic, and rhetorical structures of news, selection of sources, the role of media owners, background selection of sources.</p> 2022-06-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Dafrizal Samsudin