https://ejournal.unisbablitar.ac.id/index.php/josar/issue/feed JOSAR (Journal of Students Academic Research) 2021-11-26T17:25:18+07:00 Dr. Supriyono, M.Ed yonsupriyono@gmail.com Open Journal Systems JOSAR (Journal of Students Academic Research) https://ejournal.unisbablitar.ac.id/index.php/josar/article/view/1763 THE ROLE OF YOUTH IN MODERATE ISLAMIC PUBLICATION EFFORT THROUGH THE LITERATURE MOVEMENT 2021-10-02T15:28:35+07:00 Rizky Saputra rizky1saputra@hotmail.com <p><em>Literacy has an important role in the life of the nation, state and religion. Besides being able to foster a broad understanding in each individual, literacy can be an effective tool to prevent disintegration or division between individuals in a pluralistic society. Through the literacy movement, religious moderation efforts, especially for Muslims in Indonesia today, will be much easier to implement and distribute their ideas. Reflecting on the recent situation, where Muslims often reap negative justifications for every act of violence committed by a Muslim who lacks an understanding of literacy related to the character and substance of Islamic teachings. Publication steps against moderate Islamic thought is an effective solution. Besides being able to become the best instrument of unity for the benefit of Muslims, moderate Islamic publications can be used as a step for deradicalization and optimizing the prevention of extremist ideas, acts of terror, and the like. Thus, the integrity of the nation and state as well as ukhuwah Islamiyah can be well maintained in Indonesia.</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-10-02T15:27:41+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 JOSAR (Journal of Students Academic Research) https://ejournal.unisbablitar.ac.id/index.php/josar/article/view/1865 COMMUNICATION STRATEGY OF FIELD AGRICULTURAL EXTENDERS IN THE SOCIALIZATION OF RICE AGRICULTURAL AGRICULTURAL INNOVATIONS IN DRY LAND TO FARMERS GROUP IN JATIGREGES VILLAGE, PACE DISTRICT, NGANJUK REGENCY 2021-11-26T17:25:18+07:00 Rofi Wahyu Aditama rofiaditama@gmail.com Heidy Arviani arviani.ilkom@upnjatim.ac.id Zainal Abidin Achmad z.abidinachmad@upnjatim.ac.id Ririn Puspita Tutiasri ririn_puspita.ilkom@upnjatim.ac.id <p>Communication and development are two things that cannot be opened and are closely<br>related. One sector that requires a special touch of development communication is the agricultural<br>sector. This study was to determine the communication strategy of Field Agricultural Extension in<br>disseminating innovations in dryland rice cultivation to farmer groups in Jatigreges Village, Pace<br>District, Nganjuk Regency. The research method used is descriptive qualitative. The data in this<br>study were collected by interview, observation and documentation. Then it is processed using<br>Hafied Cangara's Five-Step communication strategy theory and the Innovation Diffusion Theory<br>created by Everett M. Rogers. The results showed that the Field Agricultural Extension did the<br>communication stages, namely research, planning, implementation, measurement, and reporting.<br>The communication strategy implemented by PPL was relatively successful because 89.7% of the<br>targets for the implementation of the innovation program for rice cultivation were in dry land. This is<br>because an innovation program contains important points from the theory of diffusion of innovation,<br>namely, compatibility, complexity, testability, and observability.</p> 2021-11-26T17:25:18+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 JOSAR (Journal of Students Academic Research)