Proceedings of the International Conference of Communication Science Research (ICCSR 2018)

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ANTV Corporate Social Responsibility Activities Review to Enhance Corporate Images in 2015 - 2017

Arbi Cristional Lokananta
This journal aims to find out Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities in ANTV, including in which category of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities of ANTV, and what factors can improve ANTV image. The research method used is qualitative approach and descriptive explorative method...
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Efforts to Improve Indonesian Language Learning Outcomes Using 4-D Model

Chandra Anugerah Putra
This research is aimed to (1) find out the students’ learning activity in languages Indonesia using learning model 4-D on the students of class IV Primary School 5 Panarung Palangka Raya in academic year 2016/2017, and to (2) improvement of learning outcomes of languages Indonesia using learning model...
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Family communication in the granting of sexual education for adolescents with mental retardation

Hanny Hafiar, Aat Ruchiat Nugraha, Yanti Setianti, Trie Damayanti
The majority of Indonesian society still considers sex education is taboo, so the discussion about this being a rare topic discussed in the family. This can lead to a lack of understanding of the concept of sexuality in the minds of children, especially adolescents with mentally disabled who began to...
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Impact of Overseas Migration of Male children on the Health of Left behind Parents : A study of selected cities of Pakistan & Azad Jammu & Kashmir

Asia Ashfaq, Muhammad Saud, Rachmah Ida
The present study aimed at analyzing the impact of the international migration of adult male children on the health of left behind parents. It basically tried to find out its impact on physical health and emotional state of the migrants’ parents. Quantitative methodology was deployed and researcher administered...
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Information System for Culinary Product Selection Using Clustering K-Means and Weighted Product Method

Anindya Khrisna Wardhani, Catur Edi Widodo, Jatmiko Endro Suseno
Typical foods are foods that have characteristics that cannot be found in other areas. The number of restaurants that sell typical food made consumers confused in choosing where to buy foods. This study aims to build information systems to provide culinary product recommendations based on the criteria...
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Mass Media and Community’s Communication Sovereignty

Petrus Ana Andung, Aloysius Liliweri, Dian Wardiana Sjuchro, Purwanti Hadisiwi
Communities who live in the border areas of Indonesia (Napan Village, Timor Tengah Utara District, East Nusa Tenggara Province) and Bobometo Village, Timor Leste (District Oecusse) consume television in a very unique way. Although they are Timor Lestean, people in Bobometo watch Indonesian television....
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Trust and Purchasing Intention in E-Commerce: Lazada Indonesia

Irda Agustin Kustiwi, Isnalita Isnalita
The development of e-commerce has increased quite sharply. Evidenced from customer who likes online transaction than offline payments. Lazada Indonesia as a potential e-commerce company with 21.2 million visitors a month lead, has its own phenomenon to be investigated more deeply. This is related to...
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Representation of Media Literacy of Health Communication Dimensions in Indonesia

Kinkin Yuliaty Subarsa Putri, Vera Wijayanti Sutjipto, S Bekti Isyanto
Health in Indonesia is not so good move. One factor is the lack of information and socialization of health programs to the community. This study looks from previous research states that information has been submitted to the community in the media below the line. But the public literacy is not so good....
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Coverage of the ‘Perppu Ormas’ Issue by the Government vs Mainstream Online Media: Defending or Attacking the Pancasila?

Fajri Matahati Muhammadin, Nuruddin Al-Akbar
10th of July 2017, the President of the Republic of Indonesia issued a Government Regulation In Lieu of Law No. 2 of 2017 (known as ‘Perppu Ormas’) to revise the Law No. 17 of 2013 concerning Societal Organization (known as ‘UU Ormas’), and finally legalized by the House of Representatives as a revised...
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Indonesian English Teachers’ Language Attitude towards the English Language

Jepri Ali Saiful, Pratomo Widodo
Language attitude study has proved vital to unveil the acceptance of indigenous people towards foreign language (FL). Unfortunately, empirical grounds exist to show that limited attentions scrutinize the FL attitude of Indonesian English teachers towards the English language. Ergo there has been a lack...
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Corpus Based Analysis of Swearing Speech of ‘Ngapak Tegalan’ Language in Tegal Movies

Puspa Fortuna Zulfa, Pratomo Widodo
The Ngapak Tegalan language is deemed as a unique language in Indonesia. The Ngapak Tegalan language has special prosody, dialect (gruff) and various vocabularies (from the mild, moderate, and rude to the offensive). By the gruff prosody and dialect identically, the used dictions become as if swearing...
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Tipping points on transport and behaviour: Examining Bus Rapid Transit system in Jakarta, Indonesia

Mega Primatama
This paper will examine the relationship between the human behaviour and its role in people's transport behaviour, using the case studies of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system in Jakarta, Indonesia. It departs from the idea that the human behaviour can be altered by certain triggers. In transport perspective,...
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Journalist Independence as the Supervisor of 2018 Regional Election in Central Java

Alkomari Alkomari
Journalist independence is doubtful when entering the political year like 2018 Election. Along with this situation Press Council affirms the role of press to ensure the press independence and to fulfill the right of people to obtain quality and fair information. This research focuses on the journalist...
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Implementation of Digital Literacy Through E-learning in Learning Process at Pesantren University

Rila Setyaningsih, Abdullah Abdullah, Edy Prihantoro, Hustinawaty Hustinawaty
The purpose of this research is to know the digital literacy implementation model through the utilization of e-learning in the learning process at a pesantren (boarding school) university. The method used in this research is qualitative. Data collection was done through observation and interviews with...
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E-Government-based Bureaucratic Reform in Public Service

Yusriadi Yusriadi, Abdul Sahid, Indriati Amrullah, Abdul Azis, Anne Abdul Rachman
Program Electronic Government aims to realize excellent service through increasing the scope of licensing service by bureaucracy of regency / city government in Indonesia. This study aims to analyse and explain the implementation of electronic government from the aspect of public service and its implication...
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An Integrated Information System for Selection of Areas Tourist Sites Using Clustering and Electre Methods

Arlieza Anindyaputri, Jatmiko Endro Suseno, Catur Edi Widodo
Tourism is currently being vigorous in various circles. The community really this idea of sharing info through social media with upload tourism objects of photos which are the creations. As for the constraints of society in search of tourism objects in a town in visit in terms of the distance , the existing...
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Ethical consideration in the reportage of sexual abuse of children: A review of selected Nigerian newspapers

Ben-Collins Emeka Ndinojuo
Ethical considerations are important for journalists when reporting about the sexual abuse of children. The codes of ethics of society of professional journalists and Nigeria Press Council both recognize the need for ethics when reporting abuse stories due to the sensitive nature of the subject in relation...
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Communication and Occupational Health Training Programs for Traditional Market Traders in Karanganyar

Haris Setyawan, Isna Qodrijati, Tutug Bolet Atmojo, Seviana Rinawati
Karanganyar is one of the developing districts in central Java, in both the economic and health sectors. One of the economic and health developments that deserve special attention in Karanganyar is the number of traditional markets that have not implemented the concept of health and good sanitation....
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The power of new media Bestnine Instagram in creating a popular culture for creative industry workers: The study of the popular Instagram Bestnine application among the Illustrators

Florens Debora Patricia
Bestnine Instagram is one of the most popular New Media today. The Enchantment of Bestnine is not only interesting among the elite, but has also spread to industrial workers such as; musicians, artists, illustrators and animators. According to a survey by the American Paw Research Center, the level of...
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Developing Interactive E-Book as a Learning Resource for Seventh-Grade Junior High School Students

Aufal Hadaya, Sunardi Sunardi, Asrowi Asrowi
The learning process in the 21st century is required to utilize technology. One trend of learning in the digital age is the use of an interactive e-book as a learning resource. This study aims to determine the advisability of an interactive e-book on history matter for a seventh-grade student as a learning...
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Development of the Predict Observe Explain (POE)-based on Thematic Teaching Materials for IV Grade Students of Elementary School

Amalia Puspha Rini, Nunuk Suryani, Siti Sutarmi Fadhilah
The Learning process cannot be separated from the use of teaching materials that play important roles in achieving the competencies that must be achieved by the learners. The purpose of this research is to identify the importance of the development of thematic teaching materials based on the Predict...
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The Development of Pocketbook as an Accounting Teaching Material

Naomi Fahma, Nunuk Suryani, Akhmad Arif Musadad
Teaching materials are important for education implementation in schools. A teacher is required to create innovative and creative teaching materials that suit students’ needs, so that the learning process becomes interesting and fun. This study is aimed at developing an eligible teaching material in...
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Consumer Protection of the Standardised Clause E-Commerce Agreement on the Retail Shopping Site

Firzalia Heidrysbang, Sakina Amani, Hamidah Hamidah, Afnan Fani
The standard agreement is a written agreement in which the form and contents have been determined, containing the standard conditions made by one party in advance in the form. Standard agreements containing standardised clauses need to be considered by consumers and business doer in carrying out their...
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The Influence of Subjective Norms and Perceived Behavioural Control Intent to use Electronic Parking

Indriati Rochmah Darmayanti, Noorlaelie Soewarno, Isnalita Isnalita
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of subjective norms and perceived behavioural control on the intention to use electronic parking with electronic money. The analysis in this study used multiple linear regression analysis with 43 respondents. The findings indicate that: (1) subjective...
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Online Shop Customers’ Behaviour: E-Service Quality, Attitude and Actual Use

Amalia Hasta Insani, Noorlaelie Soewarno, Isnalita Isnalita
Online Shop has become inseparable in the life of consumer behaviour of Indonesia, in using application of Shopee, Lazada, Tokopedia, Bukalapak and This is known to increase the real consumption growth of Indonesian society. The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of e-service quality...
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Net-attack 2.0: Digital Post-Truth and its Regulatory Challenges in Indonesia

Vience Mutiara Rumata, Ashwin Sasongko Sastrosubroto
Post Truth has been a global phenomenon. It emerged in the heightening political situation particularly during the 2016 US Presidential election and Brexit. It also echoed during the 2017 Jakarta Gubernatorial election where hoaxes, misleading information and hate speeches were massively produced and...
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Development of Motion Graphic Animation Video in Elementary School

Eko Wahyu Pricahyo, Muhammad Akhyar, Suharno Suharno
This study aims to develop a learning media product in the form of a motion graphics animated video for elementary school students in Sukoharjo. This research uses the Research and Development (R&D) research type. The media development model used is the ASSURE development model. Research subjects involved...
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Determinant Factors of Using E-Election in Indonesia

Sari Ratih Nur Istiqomah, Noorlaelie Soewarno, Isnalita Isnalita
An Election is one of the implementations of democracy in Indonesia. However, the implementation of the election is coloured by fraud, which results in the election of less qualified parties. The purpose of this article is to determine the determinants of citizen use in the context of applying electronic...
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Viral Message in the World of Cyber Marketing and Public Relations

Pijar Suciati, Mareta Maulidiyanti
Since the development of the Internet (Interconnection Networking) aspects of space and time as if it was not a barrier to communication. In addition to offering the ease of sharing information, the Internet (virtual world) also offers various advantages, such as, the absence of hierarchy (one to many,...
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The Online Islamic Media Journalism in Indonesia: The Trend Analysis of Political News

Ali Nurdin
The development of information technology through the internet network has led online media to be fast, efficient, and practical in informing the news to the public. There are online Islamic media that exist to spread facts and political opinions. The purpose of this study is to explain and describe...
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Modeling the Communications of Dayak Meratus Ethnic in Producing Forest Myths in Hulu Sungai Tengah and Balangan District

Fahrianoor Fahrianoor, Susanne Dida, Edwin Rizal, Herlina Agustin
Dayak Meratus ethnic interacts with forests in their daily life to create a distinctive culture. This distinctive culture is forest itself, in which the community life relies on forests. The forest is classified into three parts based on customary agreements. They are managed forest, customary forests...
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Government innovation: The challenges and the best practice of smart city in Indonesia

Haidar Fikri, Didik G Suharto, Rino Ardhian Nugroho
Nowadays, the concept of city building by putting forward the smart city is mostly discussed by the Indonesian government. The discussion and ideas are from the assessment of government on the idea capability in building smart city to solve the problems in the city such as traffic jam, safety, and garbage....
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Discourse of Islam on the Online Forum: Discourse Analysis of Users’ Postings in Subforum News and Politics Kaskus

Yudha Wirawanda, Rino Andreas, Khairul Syafuddin
Kaskus is one of the largest forums in Indonesia. One of the subforums in Kaskus is news and politics. Many ideological discourses are contesting in this subforum. One interesting topic in this subforum is a discourse about Islam. Various users construct Islam differently from one another and construct...
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Engagement and the spread of fake news: Personality Trait as moderator

Gumgum Gumelar, Zarina Akbar, Erik Erik
The speed of news is no longer limited. Distance and time limits do not become an obstacle in the rate of news spread. Even though the access to the information, nowadays is more accessible and fast, but there are also many another adverse offer, such as spreading rumors and fake news. Individual engagement...
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Maintaining Reputation through Media Relations: A Qualitative Analysis in Local Government of Madiun City

Desti Erma Susanti, Andre Rahmanto
Public relations practitioners are the “bridges” between government and society who have a responsibility to communicate information to the society more quickly, precisely and accurately. Public relations practitioners, as a source of information in the processing and delivering the information, provide...
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Empowering Pamekasan to Become a Child-Friendly Regency through Interpersonal Communication

Umi Supraptiningsih, Ahmad Ghufran Ferdiant, Eerie Hariyanto, Eka Susylawati, Arif Wahyudi
This paper discusses about the plan and implementation of one of Indonesian Government duties for giving facilities neither physically nor mentally for the sake of the manifestation of the protection and growth development of children. Pamekasan as one of regencies in Madura has developed a Child-Friendly...
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Developing Powtoon-Based Video Learning Media for Five Grade Students of Elementary School

Yanuari Dwi Puspitarini, Muhammad Akhyar, Djono Djono
The role of the media cannot be separated from the learning process. Along with the development of science and technology, teachers can use it in the learning process. The development of powtoon-based video learning media in social studies subjects is motivated by the lack of instructional media used...
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Arena of Islamic Identity Battles in Films by Nurman Hakim

Muh. Bahruddin, Eriyanto Eriyanto
This study aims at disclosing the practices of Islam in Indonesia framed in the films by Nurman Hakim, among them are 3 Doa 3 Cinta (3 Prayers 3 Love) (2008), Khalifah (2011), and Bid'ah Cinta (2017). These three films portray the religious reality of Islamic society in post-reform Indonesia. The permeation...
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Hoax and its Mechanism in Indonesia

Ni Putu Suci Meinarni, Ida Bagus Ary Indra Iswara
Hoax is one of the issue had been arise in the digital world. It is cause serious matter even though it was only (maybe) a joke at the beginning. For some people who see the potential of creating the hoax, there are certain motives such as political affiliation, ideology and the economic factors. In...
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Classroom Interaction Features in EFL: What happens if Obstruction is More Excessive than Construction?

Binti Aisiah Daning Sumari, Teguh Setiawan
This study established qualitative design in attempt to reveal impact exceed of obstruction features than construction which occurred in EFL classroom in Indonesia. This present study involved an English teacher and thirty five students. She taught three times lesson meeting, each of lesson carried out...
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An Analysis of Sustainable Tourism Development Collaboration: Case: Tourist Puppets Village of Kepuhsari, Wonogiri District

Bramasta Reynaldi
This study aims to describe the form of collaboration of each element in the development of the village of Wayang Village tourism in the social, economic and cultural dimension. This research uses ethnography method approach to find the essence of a cultural pattern and complexity problems of a group...
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Critical Discourse Analysis of Translation Techniques on Text of Webtoon

Dyan Pratiwi Kusumaningtyas, Teguh Setiawan
The translation quality results will look natural if the translation able to produce in accordance with the target language (TL). But in order to achieve this, the translator is able to adapt to the social and cultural context of the source language (SL). In this article reveals the translations used...
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The Audience Habit of Media Consumption in The Transition of Digitalization Broadcasting in Central Java

Made Dwi Adnjani, Mubarok Mubarok
Indonesia already has a digital TV migration roadmap based on studies and consultations with broadcasters. The Government has established DVB-T technology as a standard of free terrestrial digital television broadcasting through Ministerial Regulation of Kominfo No: 07 / P / M.KOMINFO / 3/2007. If the...
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Instagram Effects as Social Media toward Adolescence and Young Adult Users: Uses and Gratification Approach

Fachri Mirza Muhammad
The development of the web 2.0 and new trends in the social media leads to the changes of human communication and human motivation to use social media. The Uses and Gratification Theory, which emerged in the 1940s, is a mass communications theory which sees a mass audience as an active user who seeks...
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Media Role in the Civic Engagement Patterning of Indonesian Civil Society

Dewi Kartika Sari, Nur Aji Wibowo
The phenomenon of crowdfunding now becomes an interesting experience because of its success in raising a huge amount of funds from civil society to overcome the social issues. In fact, the aid flows voluntarily even with no driven force. Some cases are free Umroh facility as well as grant money for a...
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Corruption And Discourse Renewal in the Ministry of Agriculture: A Study of Crisis Communications

Astri Wibawanti Putri, Andre N Rahmanto
The organizational ability to learn from the crisis and explore the opportunities that still exist is a positive step that can improve the credibility of the organization in the eyes of stakeholders and the community. This study attempts to use a new approach in assessing crisis communications conducted...
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The Analysis of Grammatical Shifts in Harry Potter “The Chamber of Secrets” Novel: A comparative Translational Study

Januari Rizki Pratama Rusman, Pratomo Widodo
The development of communication in this global era leads the improvement of the languages in the world. Then, language as the main tool of the communication holds a very important role in the human life. As the demand of global interaction, language becomes the most important thing that should be mastered....
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Identities of Creativity and Humor on Instagram Style Mimi Peri Rapunchelle

Briant Nor Pradhuka
This article discusses, creative and humor identities of Mimi Peri Rapunchelle in Instagram, bring pros and cons. The method used is literature review by collecting data from several international journals, national journals, books, interviews and documentation. The research found, identities of Mimi...
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Critical Discourse Analysis of the Bombing Attack News: An Analysis of Teun A. van Dijk’s Model

Nurul Aini, Pratomo Widodo
This paper revealed that the text can be separable from the context. The text bring the certain goals that has created with certain intent. To this end, the opinion rubric in the Jakarta Post was delivered to analyze it. By using CDA approaches as a methodology and Van Dijk’s model to analyze the text....
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Languange Shift and Language Maintenance of Local Languages toward Indonesian

Umi Farisiyah, Zamzani Zamzani
This study was aimed to investigate the tendency of daily language use by Indonesians and the preference of the use of local languages or Indonesian in everyday life. This is to know whether there is language shift and maintenance of local languages toward Indonesian. The participants were 201 respondents...
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English Language Practices: Reflecting on Teachers’ and Students’ Belief

Rizki Eka Widyana Hanafi, Widyastuti Purbani
Belief takes an important role in both philosophy and education fields. Having known this, constructing belief is one of the most basic and essential features in someone’s mind in which it relates to attitudes that he or she performs something and considers it as true. In relation to English language,...
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Ideology in Translating News Headline: A Critical Discourse Analysis Point of Vie

Eka Yunita Liambo, Sulis Triyono
Translation study is no longer seen as the product where the analysis stays on the strategy and method. Further, the process can be analyzed through both the source text and the target text. What can be seen here is the factors influences the translator in translating or reproducing the text. Translation...
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Communication Behavior of Tasikmalaya Embroidery Craftsmen in Maintaining Sustainability of Local Wisdom-Based Enterprises

Santi Susanti, Fitri Perdana, Rachmaniar Rachmaniar
Tasikmalaya is known as a center of the various traditional craft industry. One of them is embroidery. Embroidery skills are local knowledge passed down from generation to generation. Continuity of handicraft business can be interpreted as economic improvement and maintenance of local community wisdom....
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Communication Education: Experiment Class with Old and New Teaching Style: Digitalization of Ideas and Work

Pratiwi Cristin Harnita
We investigated how changing behavior in class related to catch interest. In this study, we see the results of learning related to attitudes based on responses-stimulus theory of attention, understanding and acceptance. At the end of the semester, the result of acceptance is incredible, there is no complaints...
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The Use of Cohesive Devices in the Writing of Senior High School Students in Kebumen

Atik Muhimatun Asroriyah, Bambang Sugeng
This study analyzed the use of cohesive devices in the students’ writing in senior high school students at tenth grade in academic year 2017/2018. The sample of this research were three groups of students in three of school that divided into three areas which are urban, sub-urb, and rural area. There...
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Translation Assisted Language Learning: Translation as A Media in Language Teaching

Irfan Dwi Yulianto, Teguh Setiawan
Translation in language teaching seemingly refers to Grammar Translation Method. In fact, nowadays it is different. Back than in history, translation in language had been abandoned since it was considered as deferral of language improvement. Modern language teaching proposes direct method, communicative...
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The Correlation between Adversity Quotient with Geography Learning Outcomes of Students in Class X at SMAN 1 Kasihan Yogyakarta

Yuliana Ria Ariska, Dyah Respati Suryo Sumunar
This study aims to determine the relationship between Adversity Quotient with the learning outcomes of geography of grade X SMAN 1 Kasihan Yogyakarta. This research is a quantitative research by using correlational type. The population in this research is all class X in SMAN 1 Kasihan Yogyakarta. The...
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The phenomenon of MSM behavior of students in Surabaya

Prakrisno Satrio Roesfandi, Satryo Dewanto
Adolescence is a period of transition into adulthood, which they should begin to prepare for adulthood, including the sexual aspect. Many similar studies on premarital sexual behavior in adolescents conducted and published in Indonesia, but this study discusses specifically the behavior of MSM (Men Sex...
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WAR Metaphors in Indonesian-English Political Discourse

Norita Purba, Sufriati Tanjung
This study is aimed at identifying WAR metaphors in Indonesian political discourse and their translation into English. The data were obtained from Tempo Magazine, during January to March 2018,  with 29 political articles covering the political elections of 2018 and 2019. To discover the concept of metaphor,...
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Creating Digital Anti-Corruption Message Based on Pancasila Values through Documentary Films: Learning from Students' Experience

Hendar Putranto, Rony Agustino Siahaan
Today's world is highly saturated with digital experience and the state of learning social phenomena is also seen through the eyes of the lens, namely mediated communication. Countering the illness of society, such as corruption, based on Pancasila values, should also take this digital approach into...
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Foreignisation of Proper Nouns in Babad Wedyadiningratan Translations

Farah Nur Afini, Sufriati Tanjung
Foreignisation in translating proper nouns constitutes translators’ tendency toward the source language (SL). The tendency based on foreignisation ideology is commonly merged in translation. Yet, in detailed-investigation, it is showed that proper nouns are translated by implementing various translation...
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The Uses of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and The Fraud Through ICT on Orange Farmers in Wringinpitu Village

Nurina Adi Paramitha, Supriyadi Supriyadi, Ahmad Zuber
Information and communication technology (ICT) has changed the way of live of modern people as digital society. People living far apart can communicate without needing to be present in the same space and any information can be obtained easily. However, ICT would be useless if users didn't have capacity...
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The perception of the Dumagat teachers on the influence of KPJPL to the enrichment of their mother tongue

Ibrahim Sharah, Venturina Fiella May, Villareal Ariza Joyce
Philippines holds such great cultural diversity by having an estimate of 14- 17 million Indigenous Peoples (IPs) belonging to 110 ethno-linguistic groups. However, in the Philippines indigenous people are experiencing deprivation of access to quality education which is a major factor contributing to...
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Current Insights on Translation Studies

Rochmat Susanto, Sufriati Tanjung
This paper proposes current insights on translation studies which essentially cover two subject matters. Firstly, it provides classifications toward the abundant definitions of translation as stated by translation scholars. Secondly, it gives broader view that translation act is not merely concerned...
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The Role of Communication Strategies in the Classroom Communication

Yuni Asih Trihastuti, Zamzani Zamzani
Communication happened in every time, situation, and places including school. School is a place where student built their connectivity and interaction with another student and also teachers. During teaching and learning process, knowledge is transferred from teacher to students. Good communication is...
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Exploring Ways of Using Facebook and Instagram in Teaching English

Hadna Suryantari, Joko Priyana
Nowadays, the use of social media platforms becomes more popular for students. Social media is a web-based platform which permits the users to interact, communicate, and collaborate to others. This changes learning environment as social media gives easy and flexible feature. It is easy to use and easy...
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The Local Genius Values of Minangkabau Society

Misnal Munir, Moses Glorino Rumambo Pandin
The aim of this study is to describe the principles local genius values in Minangkabau culture and society. Based on Bahm and Frondizi theories of values and make used of qualitative method, especially hermeneutic, the research generated findings such a) the source Minangkabau values is the Al-Qur'an,...
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Constructing Stereotypes in Media: A Critical Analysis on the Representation of Women in Tanzanian Newspapers

Stanley Elias
Over centuries the history of women representation in media is a plethora of stereotypes and stigmatisation. Findings from studies confirm that media do produce and reproduce ways of seeing our culture. In this light, this study sets out to critically analyse the representation of women in selected Tanzanian...
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Strategy of Government Public Relation in Cyber Era: Twitter as a Tool of Online Public Relation in Directorate General of Taxes

Neng Indriwati Nurfurqonah, Andre Rahmanto
The society's need for high information has impacted the development of information and communication technology, resulting in the emergence of new internet-based media such as social media Twitter. The situation encourages a new approach to public relations activities to build relationships with audiences,...
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Analysis of Symbolic Meaning of Shipping Technique and Navigation: Case Study of Sandeq Boat of the Mandar Tribe

Andi Nur Fitrah, Sari Wahyuni, Nurhamdani Idris, Tuti Bahfiarti
Sandeq boat is a kind of marine transportation, since long has been operated by fisherman or seaman of Mandar along the coastal water area, as well as for fishing in Sulawesi Barat. Surprisingly, it is still a lot of people including the younger generation of Mandar not knowing the ins and outs of their...
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Building Teacher Learning Climate through Improvement of Work Engagement

Anissa Lestari Kadiyono, Serawanti Deliana, Rezki Ashriyana Sulistiobudi
Teachers have obligation to improve their selves, so they can be facing future challenge and teach their students. Junior High School teachers in Bandung must learn, adapt, and develop themselves especially because there are missions from government to improve the quality of education. The efforts in...
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Family Relational on Girl Child Marriage Decision: A Study of Communication and Conformity Orientation in Tegaldowo Village, Rembang Regency

Aprilia Hening Puspitasari, Widodo Muktiyo
The prevalence of girl child (early) marriage in Indonesia is 23%, which means 1 of 5 girls aged 20-24 years have been married less than 18 years. Decisions to marry at an immature age are vulnerable to domestic problems, one of them is early divorce because they don’t have enough understanding about...
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Fostering Language Skills Development through Fairy Tales: A Literature Study

Iva Riyadhus Sholichah, Widyastuti Purbani
In EFL, developing language skills is not merely concern on linguistics elements only. Some recent studies revealed that in good developing language skills needs to integrate another field such as literature. In this study, the researcher involved fairy tales as a medium in fostering language skills...
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Rejected, Isolated, and Abused: Social Stigma toward The Sinners in Aceh

Deni Yanuar, Hamdani M. Syam, Febri Nurrahmi
Canning is the most stringent punishment imposed on those who violate the Sharia law in Aceh, not in terms of the physical pain suffered but the inherent distress of social stigma repressed by the community. The impact of social stigma experienced by the offenders leads to further interpersonal communication...
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Women Behavior in Social Media in Fulfillment of Online Shopping Needs

Susi Yunarti, Wijayanti Wijayanti
The rapid development of information technology, especially the internet has changed the lives of people around the world. Internet and social media has transformed into a social-needs. The younger generation in particular became the most dependent group on the internet. Come together the online shop...
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Indigenous Re-Emergence: A Research on the Current Market Status and Advertising Appeal of "Pasiking” To Millenials

Dhonel Martinicio
The concept of indigenous re-emergence is to strengthen the current market status of indigenous products. These products are locally produced and outsourced throughout the Philippines and due to the crammed and vast variations in the media, Pasiking, a native Filipino product that boasts ethnicity and...
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Self Disclosure of Aceh Facebook-Addicted Users

Febri Nurrahmi
Facebook is the most prominent social media platforms offering various attractive and captivated features. It is common to observe its users become addicted and incessantly spend an excessive amount of their time on this site. Like other addictions, Facebook addiction also has negative consequences on...
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Improving self-esteem of muscular men by posting shirtless photos on Instagram

Nobertus Ribut Santoso
This research investigate how muscular men improve their self-esteem by posting shirtless photos on Instagram. Data are gathered by conducting interview with three muscular men who regularly post their shirtless pictures on the Instagram. The data are analyzed by using thematic analysis. Building a muscular...
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Pattern of Buginese Ethnic Family Communication in an Effort to Maintain The Sustainability of Cocoa Farmers Children Regeneration in South Sulawesi

Tuti Bahfiarti
Indonesia is the third largest cocoa producer in the world, especially in Sulawesi corridor. Regeneration of cocoa farmer’s children needs more attention to keep the sustainability of cocoa production. This apprehensive situation when cocoa farmer’s children which most of them are Buginese Ethnic cannot...
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Muslim Woman's Description in Printed Media Industry in Indonesia: Case: Muslimah Magazine "Noor And Laiqa” Issued in 2015-2016

Afrina Sari
Magazine is a Print Media that is still experiencing significant development in Media Industry. Magazines as a tool Mass communication has the role of educating, entertaining, and persuading audiences, But along with technological developments, print media industry began to retreat. There are some magazines...
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Education Access Barriers for Girls in South Sulawesi’s Coastal Area

Jeanny Maria Fatimah, Dwia Aries Tina Pulubuhu, Arianto Arianto
Buginese Ethnic communities’ perspective in coastal area assum that a boy has more “economic value” than girl. Assumption that boy will become head of family and have responsibilities to family, and also become a central figure in family community in Makassar. This research aims to increase the motivation...
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Tagline Branding: Trading the Products or Cultural Identities?

Ajar Pradika Ananta Tur, Gibbran Pratishara
Business challenge in terms of marketing experiences a drastic evolution in the tourism city such as Yogyakarta. The rise of various types of tourist spots promoted attractively through internet fascinating the attention of the world directly impacts on how the owners of businesses to make foreign tourists...
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Cultural Identity Discourse Management By Riau Malay Elites

Alfarabi Alfarabi
The strength of post-reformation Malay cultural identity is seen when the policy of regional autonomy and the electoral system directly meet with local elites who want to gain power. The way used is with the politics ethnic groups nomenclature. In practice, the group that is named by the elite sometimes...
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Social Media and Political Campaign: The Analysis of Instagram Use as the East Java Governor and Deputy Governor Candidates’ Campaign Medium 2018

Fitria Widiyani Roosinda, Muhammad Fadeli, Eko Pamuji
Voters’ characteristic in an election is important to manage the campaign strategy. Instagram as one of the social media today is considered to be able to boost the political campaign and build the image of the candidate by using its features. But the personality of the candidate itself would emphasize...
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Women on Article about Infidelity in Online News Media: Case Study of “Mrs. Dendy” on

Husnaeni Fauziah Amani, Udi Rusadi
Every online news portal has its own frame and perspective to the same topic. This paper wants to analyze how the media portray women on the negative issue, like infidelity. “Pelakor” which means “man stealer” is a new term to describe women who involved in infidelity. That new term is not yet in the...
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Therapeutic Communication Narcotics in Rehabilitation Institution “Rumah Kita” Surabaya

Iwan Joko Prasetyo, R. Ayu Erni Jusnita, Sanhari Prawiradiredja
East Java province is one of the area that face a lot of drug use or narcotics problem. Since BNN (Badan Narkotika Nasional) was created at 2009, this institution handled more than 7 thousands cases. In national level, from 4.9 million drug/narcotics users in Indonesia, 400 thousands of them were in...
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The Image of Death: Study Forms of Family Communication about Understanding and Meaning of Diabetes Mellitus in Mekarsari Village, West Java

Khalid Abdul Hakim, Erna Herawati, Yulianingsih Yulianingsih
Diabetes Mellitus falls into the category of non-communicable diseases. Diabetes Mellitus is a disease that have a high risk of death. However, Diabetes Mellitus can be prevented by the application of a healthy lifestyle. The personage who has important role in setting a healthy lifestyle is a family....
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Divided Virtual Politics: Micro-Counter Transcripts in Thailand

Malinee Khumsupa
Mass demonstrations known as “Rally politics” has been mobilized in Thailand for over a decade since the 2006 coup. It has deeply shaped and divided the country for many years. Two main coalitions, PAD (Anti-Thaksin) and UDD (Pro-Thaksin), utilize yellow and red T-shirts respectively to mobilize and...
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Consumers’ Perceived Vulnerability on Food Access under Climate-Induced Disasters

Maria Rochelle G. Divinagracia, Louie A. Divinagracia
A pattern of sequential and/or simultaneous responses to vulnerability to food access under climate-induced disasters builds up from minor adjustments such as diet changes to a major shift in livelihood. The study found that the gainfully-employed respondents-households have taken actions in preparation...
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Phenomenological Study: Determinants of Success of Women Entrepreneurs in Surabaya

Meithiana Indrasari, Bambang Raditya Purnomo, Eddy Yunus, Nur Syamsudin, Ida Ayu Nuh Kartini
The purpose of this descriptive phenomenological study is to explore the life of experience of ten successful women entrepreneurs to identify perceptions, thoughts, and experiences of owning and running a successful business for at least a period of five years while managing other demands as a housewife....
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Social Inequality and Structural Violence: Narrative Study of “Widows Issue” at Mawchi Mine in Myanmar

Naw Paw Lar Say
This paper explores specifically the “widows’ issue”. The social exclusion and extreme deprivation faced by widows at Mawchi mine indicates they live in a very long term period of armed conflict, a conflict zone as well as the mining zone. This group of widows has never been visible to the public and...
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Juxtaposing the Culture of Flood Disaster in Java Estuarine: Is It Political Commodification or Culture Naturalization?

Nevrettia Christantyawati, Tony Sukasah, Yenny Yenny
Since two decades, the two estuarine of Java, Ciliwung River and Bengawan Solo Estuarine have been appeared as an ambiguity meaning of natural resource. On the first hand they mean as source of life that sustain the abundant living of the village. On the other hand, when the torrential rain occurs then...
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Political Communication Competence of Women Legislators

Nurannafi Farni Syam Maella, Funny Mustika Elita, Edwin Rijal, Slamet Mulyana
The representation of women in the 2014-2019 legislative election in Surabaya City reached 31%. This represents that the people of Surabaya City already have awareness about gender equality in the public sphere. The trust and awareness of the Surabaya city community towards members of women's legislation...
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VCT Counselor Activities in handling HIV Patients in RSUD Karawang District: Case Study of VCT Counseling Activities in HIV Patient Management at RSUD Karawang

Siti Nursanti
VCT counseling is one of the hospital services that specialize in self-care to serve HIV / AIDS-indicated patients. VCT counseling can only be done by a certified specialist. This study aims to examine how the communication process that occurs in the practice of VCT Counseling services conducted by health...
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The Construction of Nan Identity in the Context of Globalization through Festival Long Boat Race

Suthira Kanatham
Traditional boat race Nan has a long history of over 200 years. Characteristically outstanding, which represents the identity of the area linked to the history of the community. The expression of strong relationships with people in the community. In addition, today's long boat race has become an annual...
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Representation of Local Cultures and Female Masculine in the Television Show “Berburu”

Tantri Puspita Yazid, Fitri Hardianti
Hunting in some areas of Indonesia is a tradition. A tradition that later Became a hobby for hunters who usually joined in a community. Animals are usually hunted wild boar dalah, Because it is considered as a pest for the garden of citizens. even in West Sumatra pig hunting activity is a tardisi that...
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The Moral Community and The Contestations of Politics in Thailand

Thannapat Jarernpanit
This paper focuses on the formation and transformation of moral community which refers to a unification of power, beliefs and emotions in the charismatic power of monarchy, and morality in religion that unite many Thais into a single community. Even though the Thai moral community has long been constructed...
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PolisiKu App as Government’s Media Communication Platform: Case Study in Indonesia National Police

Tyan Ludiana Prabowo, Irwansyah Irwansyah
This article discusses PolisiKu Application. Indonesia National Police (INP)'s first national online application. This application is the result of integration of 26 online applications that were previously built separately by work units and territorial units within the INP. PolisiKu is the result of...
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The Effect of Culture in the Madura Trading System

Zulaikha Zulaikha, Farida Farida, Hartopo Eko Putro
In general, there is a pameo stating that buyers are kings, but not Madurese merchants. Attitudes toward buyers is what attracts researchers to try to research and analyze it. From our survey, the fact that Madurese traders' attitudes toward buyers coming from other ethnic groups is different from their...
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Etnographie-Semiotic of Sigale-Gale’s Legend in Samosir Lake, North Sumatera, Indonesia

Nensy Megawati Simanjuntak
Indonesia has a diverse culture, among cultures that are one of the unique culture, unique, and interesting to study. Not only culture, this area is also rich in natural pemandagangan and customs. Samosir Island is an island inhabited by the Toba Batak. Batak Toba Batak different from the other. Batak...