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Sisi Gelap Media Sosial: Ranah Sosial-Politik mustofa, mustofa mustofa
Jurnal MoZaiK Vol 11 No 1 (2019): Jurnal Mozaik
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This study wants to elaborate on phenomenon of the use of social media in the socio-political realm which lately often seems less polite, such as the spread of hoaxes and hate speech which often lead to acts of persecution or violence. Using a qualitative approach and library research method, this study aims to explore online documents and data related to the existence of social media and its negative effects. In this study, social media is concerned with all networks to communicate using the internet and chosen purposively and not limited to the location of their use. The results of this study showed that the practice of 'abuse' of social media is often found in the socio-political realm, whose peak can be seen during the implementation of the 2017 DKI Jakarta Governor Election. Social media, which should be a medium of political education or space to exchange ideas on various political issues, precisely used by its users to impose the interests of their own groups.
Media Sosial: Informasi dalam Jerat Ekonomi Politik mustofa, mustofa mustofa
Jurnal MoZaiK Vol 12 No 2 (2020): Jurnal Mozaik
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Social media has always been a part of most people's activities. This is mainly because there are many positive benefits behind the presence of social media. However, these positive benefits save the political economy trap that social media users are not aware of. This research wants to elaborate the political economy meshes hidden behind social media where the user's personal data information can be converted into commodities. Using a descriptive-qualitative approach, the method used in this study is the library research method. Data collection techniques are carried out by tracing the literature related to the problem in this study both in the form of books and journal articles. The results of this study indicate that the personal data information of social media users has the potential to be converted into commodities both by the service providers and by certain other parties for economic purposes. Information that has been converted into commodities can be sold to agents of various products in the real world or used for campaign wins.