MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICATION MODEL IN JAMIKA TOLERANCE VILLAGE, BANDUNG CITY
The Tolerance Village in Jamika Village, Bandung City is a miniature of the diversity of tribes, religions, races and between groups that make it an Indonesian sari garden. This makes the uniqueness very interesting, because in recent times our diversity has been almost torn apart by the variety of hoax information and polarization due to differences in political choices. Cultural diversity in the tolerance village of Jamika cannot be separated from communication which is one of the keys in building interactions between multicultural residents. The aim of this research is to answer revealing the model of Multicultural Communication in the Tolerance Village of Jamika, to reveal the factors that influence multicultural communication, and to reveal the extent of the impact of multicultural communication in the tolerance village. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study tradition. The results showed that Multicultural Communication in the Jamika Tolerance Village, Bandung City, which was very diverse in terms of belief and ethnicity, was able to build harmoniously without any barriers. This natural multicultural communication model becomes a characteristic, unique and interesting in the midst of massive information bias, and a free and democratic political climate.