Proceedings of the International Conference on Media and Communication Studies (ICOMACS 2018)

Social Media Utilization by Millenial Generation in Order to Support Radicalism Spirit Counter

Authors
Gerald Theodorus L. Thoruan
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Gerald Theodorus L. Thoruan
Available Online October 2018.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icomacs-18.2018.47How to use a DOI?
Keywords
milenial generation; script radicalism counter; social media
Abstract
Nowadays in globalization era whereas technology develop fastly and everybody can use it to access information easily. In digital era nowadays, conventional media still exist but in this era has been abandoned by the generation which born in digital era, they are millennial generation. Media which they used today whereas in this media they can do anything, nowadays hopefully social media utilized to something positive. One thing that positively can done is to utilized social media in order to support radicalism counter script. This is urgently done because nowadays radicalism group using social media to spread their propaganda to every people and this group want what they have spreader accepted by whole people which is lack of knowledge. This research used descriptive qualitative method with phenomenology approach and collecting data with library research. The data resources which had been used is with secondary data such as library, internet news, journal, etc. The recommendation in this paper is there is social media utilization model for millennial generation in order to support script radicalism counter.
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