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MANAJEMEN TELEVISI LOKAL: KEGAMANGAN YANG WAJAR Primasanti, Kartika Bayu
Scriptura Vol 3, No 2 (2009): JULY 2009
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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This paper reports on observation of how local television industries manage their aspects, such as conceptual aspect, human resources aspect, and technical aspect. This paper highlights the uncertainty of local television industry mana¬gement on those aspects as something common related to economic and politic context. From ‘market perspective’, this paper concludes some important strategies which aim to help the survival of local television industries. Instead of competing with Jakartas television, local television should prepare for understanding and creating qualified local content, maintaining good internship program to solve human resource problems, and improving production of qualified program within limited technical equipments. A good management of local television industries in those aspects helps them to be a strategic tool in disseminating democratization within broadcasting media.
PENGARUH FREKUENSI, DURASI, DAN INTENSITAS MENGGUNAKAN FACEBOOK TERHADAP PENDIDIKAN KARAKTER ANAK DI SEKOLAH PELANGI KRISTUS Primasanti, Kartika Bayu
Scriptura Vol 4, No 2 (2014): DECEMBER 2014
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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The relationship between media and children has been an intriguing issue in media studies. When media technology develops, problems regarding children’s lives raise. Particularly, this research study depicted the relation of media and character education, which became a focus in Indonesia’s education system. The researcher used quantitative approach to find, analyze, and present data to picture the connection of media and character education. This research study has been done by conducting a survey to students in Pelangi Kristus, a school that has been known as one of those which implement character education in its curriculum. The research study showed that there was no influence between frequency, duration, and intensity of using Facebook and character education in Pelangi Kristus school, both in negative and positive aspect. Even though there was internet access availability and variety of gadgets students owned, they were not beneficial for the students, except for entertaining themselves such as playing game. Thus, there should be a media literacy to help students understand the maximum benefit of using Facebook in Pelangi Kristus.
PUBLIC SPEAKING DALAM KONTEKS PENGAJARAN Swestin, Grace; Primasanti, Kartika Bayu
Scriptura Vol 4, No 2 (2014): DECEMBER 2014
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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Literatures on public speaking, particularly those in the Indonesian language, often focus on explaining know-hows as well as assuming that public speaking has a universal formula which speakers can abide by. This article argues that public speaking should be studied in particular contexts. It further focuses on the concept of public speaking in a teaching and learning environment. Bearing in mind that public speaking is an indispensable part of academic tradition; this articles—through literature research—attempts to go beyond a practical-centric approach and reviews the connection between the concepts of public speaking and teaching by expounding on the central roles that teacher and student play as speaker and audience.