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Pelatihan Jurnalistik Warga Bagi Pemuda Karang Taruna Endri Listiani; Wiki Angga Wiksana
MENARA RIAU Vol 16, No 1 (2022): April 2022
Publisher : Lembaga penelitian dan pengabdian kepada masyrakat

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24014/menara.v16i1.13838

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Media news content, often seems to be separated from the public interest or public interest. The public interest has not yet become mainstream in the editorial work routine. Until finally, citizen journalism emerged as a complement to public journalism which so far has often only been a tool for the interests of certain groups. Through this model of citizen journalism, it is hoped that public apathy can be replaced with full participation. Moreover, coupled with very rapid technological advances, it accelerates the development of citizen journalism because it facilitates citizen participation. To prepare this citizen journalism, it is necessary to prepare the community's ability in basic journalistic skills. Until their writing becomes fit for consumption. Therefore, this citizen journalism training was held, especially at the youth organization in desa Lamajang, kec. Pangalengan, kabupaten Bandung, who had an interest in developing writing skills and a desire to develop their village. Improving the ability of youth who will become the next generation is a must. To maximize citizen journalism, preparing young people who are media literate is an asset. Being a very valuable asset, this young man has the provision of qualified media skills.
Peran Perempuan dalam Iklan Televisi di Indonesia-Malaysia Ike Junita Triwardhani; Endri Listiani; Raditya Pratama Putra
Jurnal Common Vol 5 No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Program Studi Ilmu Komunikasi Universitas Komputer Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.34010/common.v5i1.4675

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It is common to see advertisements that are almost the same between advertisements in Indonesia and those in Malaysia. Apart from the fact that we are allied, so many cultures and customs in Indonesia occur in Malaysia. This can be seen from the same advertisements using the concept of family, the role of women or housewives or using women as the main element to attract advertisements. Women who sit as a vehicle for promotion, because women are the target of the product or women who sit easily. Of the many advertisements that use women as advertising models, almost all of the female models used are women who are beautiful, have sexy bodies and are used beautifully. This then makes women even think that a beautiful symbol as depicted in an advertisement in a media, so that finally the body becomes the center of consciousness. It is not wrong, but how the meanings of the advertisement are seen and seen in particular seems to be an interesting study. The purpose of this study is to examine the roles of women depicted in television commercials (TVC) in Indonesia and Malaysia. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method, which describes how women are depicted in advertisements in Indonesia and in Malaysia. There will be several product advertisements that are selected. Then we will look at the role of women and what differences are used to describe women in the Indonesian version of product advertisements and the Malaysian version in television commercials.
The Meaning Of K-Pop And Self-Concept Transformation Of K-Pop Fans In Bandung Alex Sobur; Ferry Darmawan; Ratri Rizki Kusumalestari; Endri Listiani; Dadi Ahmadi
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 34, No. 2, Year 2018 [Accredited Ranking Sinta 2]
Publisher : Universitas Islam Bandung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (691.988 KB) | DOI: 10.29313/mimbar.v34i2.3729

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This research is motivated by the phenomenon of Korean culture fans, especially fans of Korean Pop music (K-pop) in Bandung. Their unusual behaviors, such as hysterical screaming over their idols, mimicking the dances, angry if their idols are insulted, and putting K-pop as their top priority are very interesting elements for the researchers to explore more about K-pop fans, particularly in Bandung. Focus of this research is the definition/ meaning of K-pop and the transformation of self-concept of K-pop fans in Bandung. This research uses a qualitative approach. Schutz's phenomenological analysis are used to examine the phenomenon of K-pop fans in terms of their experiences. The subject of this research is the informant who has fulfilled two (2) criteria, namely a fan of K-pop and a member of Korean culture lover community. Based on the results of observations and interviews, there are three self-concept transformations of informants, namely (1) byeonhwa namnyosongeui (변화남녀성의), i.e. transformation of the masculine self-concept into feminine, (2) byeonhwa dad-eun yeollin (변화성의열린), i.e. transformation of the introvert self-concept into extrovert, and (3) byeonhwa uigyeon bad-eun (변화의견받은) which can be interpreted as transformation of the closed-minded self-concept into open-minded that appreciate other people’s opinions.