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Jurnal Studi Komunikasi
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Jurnal Studi Komunikasi (Indonesian Journal of Communications Studies), one of the journals published by Faculty of Communications Science Dr. Soetomo University, was established in January 2017. Jurnal Studi Komunikasi a double blind peer-reviewed journal, explores critical and constructive inquiries into a wide range of fields of study on Communication Science that include culture, religion, media, gender, public policy, development, environment, disaster, and tourism, with emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches: Communication Studies. It addresses issues with multi-perspectives view. Each volume of the journal discusses a specific theme based on “Call for Papers”, through which scholars, from diverse disciplines, are invited to contribute. Jurnal Studi Komunikasi published on March, July, and November.
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Communicating pregnancy complication: a discourse analysis of an online support group Vidyarini, Titi Nur
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (232.638 KB) | DOI: 10.25139/jsk.v4i1.1946

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The increase use of internet open up a broad spectrum of usage. Among those are the use of sharing platform such as Instagram and facebook for particular communities. Support groups are essential part of health treatment and recovery, in this case for pregnancy condition. One can try to find solace and information through online support group. Online support group enable people from around the globe to communicate, discuss and encourage others with similar condition. This article delves the question of how women use internet-based health support group. The researcher conduct qualitative discourse analysis on an online pregnancy support group and various literatures which explores the use of internet-based support group. The findings show that women use online support group because they found lack of support offline, they need information and emotional support regarding their pregnancy loss and the recovery process, the role of medical expert and the spouses are perceived differently.
Self-presentation dan kesadaran privacy micro-influencer di instagram Prasetya, Mohammad Reza
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Instagram is a platform that can be used to express online self-presentation by uploading contents. Micro-influencers also perform the self-presentation to maintain their existence on social media. However, we cannot be sure if everything shown in social media are actual representation of the influencer’s real lives. Social media users also threatened by privacy issue. This research attempted to find out self-presentation strategies applied by micro-influencers on Instagram, as well as the differences between front stage and back stage by using dramaturgy theory by Erving Goffman. This research also studied the privacy awareness of micro-influencers on Instagram. The results of this study indicated that micro-influencers only display positive content on Instagram. The study also revealed that there are differences between front stage and back stage shown by micro-influencers on Instagram. Then, this study also found that both influencers are concerned of their privacy on Instagram. Consequently, they use privacy features offered by Instagram.
Framing of propaganda and negative content in Indonesian media Roosinda, Fitria Widiyani; Suryandaru, Yayan Sakti
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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The robust development of information has enabled communities to continue to use the internet in various aspects of life. An essential element of information source is social media, which has become an inseparable part of our daily activities. It can be used for various things, one of which is propaganda in politics. Such propaganda impacts the dissemination of misleading information that does not necessarily conform with the core function of mass media. Nevertheless, conflicts of interest caused by media authorities continue to confuse the public regarding information released based on facts or made only for hoax distribution. The purpose of this study was to analyse framing in online news related to propaganda problems and harmful content using the Entman framing method. The practice of hoaxes in cyberspace became a sensational topic after the expose of sites that provided paid hoax news and hate speech in Indonesia during the Indonesian presidential election in 2014. The neutrality of mass media is necessary in order to provide accurate references for the public and to filter out misleading hoaxes. The role of the media institution influences the neutrality of the media. Active participation from the community is also essential in media supervising. Furthermore, the community perceive comfortable in delivering their political participation.
Digital queer: identitas komunikasi genderqueer selebgram Mimi Peri Pradhuka, Briant Nor; Utari, Prahastiwi; Sudarmo, Sudarmo
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25139/jsk.v4i1.1582

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Ahmad Jaelani, an Instagram influencer who adopted Mimi Peri as their new identity, plays a significant role in the emergence of digital queer phenomena in Indonesian cyber society. Ahmad Jaelani triggered the digital queer phenomena when he came out as gender queer. Jaelani’s brave act to adopt Mimi Peri identity resulted from various identity struggle. Before conforming to his new identity, he went through several stages, such as identity confusion, identity comparison, identity tolerance, identity acceptance, identity pride, and finally identity synthesis. He conveys his new identity through innovation and creativity, which are presented in several layers, such as personal layers, enactment layers, relational layers, and communal layers.
Reporting military casualties in Nigerian newspapers: An analysis of operations against Boko Haram insurgents Ndinojuo, Ben-Collins Emeka; Ihejirika, Walter; Okon, Godwin
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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The Boko Haram conflict has inflicted untold hardship to the peace and society of the Northeast region in Nigeria and surrounding countries. Within the Nigerian front, the military has been mandated to engage the insurgents and bring them to submission. Opinions on the position of the media in helping the government to bring the conflict to a conclusion were divided as reports emerged that newspaper articles have caused low morale within the military during combat. This study employed content analysis on four Nigerian newspapers, Daily Trust, Premium Times, The Nation and Vanguard to investigate how military casualties were reported from 2014-2016. The research was based on the Framing theory of the press. Findings showed that 185 reports mentioned 33 military casualties. There were no images of military casualties found in any of the reports, where mentions of military casualties were predominantly found in the body and concluding parts of articles. The study found no evidence to support the claim that media reports were to blame for soldiers not being able to confront the Boko Haram insurgents. This study recommends cooperations between the media and military to coordinate efforts to end the conflict.
Protes Sosial Dalam Komunikasi Politik di Era Digital Melalui Civic Community Pada mahasiswa Hidayah, Yayuk; Sapriya, Sapriya; Darmawan, Cecep; Malihah, Elly
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Academics tend to not pay adequate attention to the student’s civic community, especially around its contribution to the formation of good citizens. Meanwhile, the era continues to evolve and civic student’s civic continues to change by aiming to emphasise its function as a forum for coaching students to acquire or add skills outside the classroom. This research focused on social protests in digital political communication through civic community among students. The method used in this research was qualitative phenomenology. The findings in this study indicated that social protest in digital political communication through the civic community among student has various schemes. Social media, a medium of political communication expression, has a role in providing a place to be active as an individual.
Listenership Sebagai Evaluasi Penerapan Konvergensi Radio Asy'ari, Nur Aini Shofiya; Marantika, Nurhana
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Previous researches on radio convergence showed that various radio stations in Ponorogo have implemented convergence by using new media platforms, such as, radio and video streaming, Youtube, and social media. However, evaluations on radio convergence has never been done before. Therefore, this research was conducted to study the effect of convergence to the listenership as well as to evaluate the implementation of radio-convergence in Ponorogo radio stations from April to July 2019. Using a survey method, the researchers administered a set of questionnaires to 267 respondents in Ponorogo to find out the listenership trends in Ponorogo community on its radio and other convergence platforms. The results of the study showed that the convergence implemented by the radios failed to raise awareness and number of radio listeners. Low awareness affects the community’s media habit. It was apparent in the fact that 84% of the respondents preferred conventional (analog) radio to a convergence platform. The results of this study also showed that convergence was unable to foster community involvement with radio. In other words, the radio was not the primary choice of the Ponorogo community in accessing information or entertainment.
Pulang kampung: communication technology network Irwansyah, Irwansyah
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Pulang Kampung, popularly known as mudik bareng, is the activity or event of boro people. It means going back to their village. The activity allows many people to meet and gather with parents, extended families, and neighbours who have also travelled from their village and worked diversely at the migrant regions. This study focused on how one of the boro communities from Pule village at Jakarta mobilise their group members to the program using communication technology of cellular phone. This study applied the community mobilisation and coordination concepts which lead to the communication network model. The network model was analysed by density, centrality, and eigenvalue of social network analysis to depict the coordination and mobilisation map of communication technology network of cellular phone among the group member of boro community. In addition, the network was explored and discussed with types of kinship and community leadership.
Cyber-activism on the dissemination of #Gejayanmemanggil: Yogyakarta’s student movement Nofrima, Sanny; Nurmandi, Achmad; Kusuma Dewi, Dian; Salahudin, Salahudin
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25139/jsk.v4i1.2091

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The use of social media on Twitter can generate new movements to improve the welfare of the community, one of which #Gejayanmemanggil in forming a new campaign to move a united mass. The research used Nvivo12 Plus-based technology applications to obtain Eisen data. This study revealed the use of social media Twitter on the dissemination of #Gejayanmemanggil information. The qualitative method was employed to find a model for social media use as mass communication. The data in this study was taken from Twitter. Results of the data analysis showed that #Gejayanmemanggil proved to be very effective activity on student social movement.
Hoax management of presidential staff office: An example of government public relations strategies Saidah, Musfiah; Rusfian, Effy Zalfiana
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25139/jsk.v4i1.1769

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Hoax management is a significant factor in maintaining government stability. Public Relations is necessary to respond and manage current developing issues, especially during the current era of information. Public satisfaction is dependant on how the government manages issues and ultimately increase public trust. This research employed the qualitative approach, i.e., case study research method, which describes researches carried out intensively in great detail and depth. The data were collected through unstructured observations, interviews, and documentation. This research investigated the Communication Excellence Theory proposed by Grunig and Hunt, which illustrate the symbolic processes of understanding human behaviour within an organisation. This research also studied how the concept of public relations strategies is implemented in solving the cases mentioned in this study. The results of the analysis found that, for the Presidential Staff Office, social media was essential in establishing an effective government public relations as well as to manage public issues.

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