APLIFIKASI ISLAM DALAM MEME “MENGAJAK NIKAH KE KUA”

Rulli Nasrullah

Abstract


The participation of social media users in online communication also encouraging the spread of the phenomenon of marriage in society including the reasons that sound cliche appears that  a satire and sarcasm meme of ”Mengajak Nikah ke KUA” appeared and distributed through social media and become a reflection from the real world in the virtual world . Through virtual ethnographic research with Analisis Media Siber level of technic, this article tries to trace the cultural artifacts of satire and values contained in the meme .


Partisipasi pengguna dalam komunikasi online di media sosial juga merambah pada fenomena ajakan menikah di tengah masyarakat termasuk di dalamnya alasan-alasan yang terdengar klise yang muncul. Meme “Mengajak Nikah ke KUA” merupakan satire atau sindiran yang muncul dan terdistribusi melalui media sosial dan menjadi semacam cerminan dunia virtual yang berasal dari dunia nyata. Melalui riset etnografi virtual dengan teknik level Analisis Media Siber, artikel ini mencoba menelusuri artefak budaya tentang satire dan nilai-nilai yang terkandung dalam meme tersebut.

 



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meme; social media; cyber culture; Islam; married

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