volume 35, issue 4, P272-285 2019
DOI: 10.17576/jkmjc-2019-3504-17
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Abstract: In the past, religious knowledge was obtained by reading religious books, but now the development of technology allows religious knowledge to be obtained from social media instead. This article aims to determine the use of social media as a source of religious knowledge for doctors in Makassar, Indonesia. The method used is qualitative, conducted through observations and in-depth interviews with key informants, i.e. members of this social group. Participants were recruited via a local Whatsapp group that conta…

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