Proceedings of the 7th International Colloquium on Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies (ICIIS) in conjunction with the 6th Annual Postgraduate Conference on Muslim Society (APCoMS), ICIIS and APCoMS 2024, 17–18 June 2024, Banjarmasin, Indonesia

Research Article

Language Concept in Communication of Learning Islamic Studies at Sea Tribe, Lingga Island

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.17-6-2024.2349093,
        author={Diana  Rozelin and Ahmad  Syukri and Muhaimin  Muhaimin},
        title={Language Concept in Communication of Learning Islamic Studies at Sea Tribe, Lingga Island},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 7th International Colloquium on Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies (ICIIS) in conjunction with the 6th Annual Postgraduate Conference on Muslim Society (APCoMS), ICIIS and APCoMS 2024, 17--18 June 2024, Banjarmasin, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={ICIIS AND APCOMS},
        year={2024},
        month={7},
        keywords={language concept communication learning islamic studies sea tribe},
        doi={10.4108/eai.17-6-2024.2349093}
    }
    
  • Diana Rozelin
    Ahmad Syukri
    Muhaimin Muhaimin
    Year: 2024
    Language Concept in Communication of Learning Islamic Studies at Sea Tribe, Lingga Island
    ICIIS AND APCOMS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.17-6-2024.2349093
Diana Rozelin1,*, Ahmad Syukri1, Muhaimin Muhaimin2
  • 1: Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin State Islamic University Jambi, Telanai Pura, Indonesia
  • 2: Nurdin Hamzah University Jambi, Sipin, Indonesia
*Contact email: dianarozelin@uinjambi.ac.id

Abstract

The Indonesian Language and Kelumu Malay dialect have many differences in their vocabulary. In teaching or conveying the values of Islamic aqidah education, Ustad should use the local language to understand what is expressed well. The research aimed to describe the mindset or views of the sea tribe community towards communication in learning Islamic studies delivered by the Ustad and to describe aspects of verbal and non-verbal language used by Ustad in learning Islamic studies at the Sea Tribe. The research used qualitatively for collecting data using observation, interviews, and documentation. The results were: (1) Learning the Islamic religion would be fascinating if Ustad used Malay instead of Indonesian. (2) The verbal language used by Ustad in learning the Islamic religion is code-mixing between the Indonesian and Kelumu Malay dialects. Then, use eye contact, body movements, facial expressions, eye movements, or other body movements for non-verbal language.