Framing Analysis of Regional Elections in Indonesia: Reconstruction or Regression in a Democracy Muslim Community?
Regional elections in Indonesia with a Muslim majority become a means of framing which is considered to facilitate communication to the public in the introduction of candidates for representatives of the people, in the communication patterns in the form of imagery provided. Kyai and his family enter the world of politics which makes it easier to get the most votes in the election. The santri who have a tawaddu spirit and kyai figures greatly influence the decision to vote.Seeing the diverse reactions of the Muslim community, even in its meaning there has been a positive change but also a setback in cultural shifts. Pilkada as a trigger for assessing positions and views of a figure through democratic media through the form of sentences and the events it produces so that it can influence Muslim communities in making decisions to choose. Not only in the world of practical politics that is affected by framing, but also political literacy. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study method. The data analyzed are the results of interviews with Muslim residents, aged 25-35 years with male gender. Direct observation of Islamic communities or organizations as well as document review to obtain valid data.
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