Communication Style in Media Struggle, Misbach Communication Style in Early 20th Century

Syifaul Arifin, Prahastiwi Utari, Sri Hastjarjo

Abstract


The mass media was used as an advocacy and struggle tool in the early 20th   century in the Dutch East Indies colony. One figure at that time was Haji Misbach (1876-1926) who used the Medan Moeslimin and Islam Bergerak media to convey thoughts, advocate citizens, to attack political opponents. What is known from Misbach is that he is an Islamic figure with the title of hajj, but he is one of the communist figures. He combines Islam and communism. The communication style used by Misbach, according to Stuart Hall's theory, is a low context that is the direct delivery of the target or purpose of communication.Whereas the Indies community at that time and Asia in general used a high context communication style that was full of ado, not directly to the problem.

 

 


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Misbach; Communication Style; Islamic Communism

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