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Journal : MediaTor: Jurnal Komunikasi

Kekerasan di Televisi: Perspektif Kultivasi Dadi Ahmadi; Nova Yohana
MediaTor (Jurnal Komunikasi) Vol 8, No 1 (2007): Berkomunikasi dengan Anak
Publisher : Pusat Penerbitan Universitas (P2U) LPPM Unisba

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29313/mediator.v8i1.1154

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Indonesians are categorized as Views Society, i.e. society who significantly spent most of their leisure times in front of the screen, instead of doing other activities, such as reading. Television, on the other hand, proved to be an effective media whose outreach and penetration potent were undefeatable compared with other media. This situation turns to be problematic, due to the low quality of television which contained violence materials. People naturally learn violence from television. Being overexposed to violence materials, people were getting used to solve their problems by means of violence, too.
Interaksi Simbolik: Suatu Pengantar Dadi Ahmadi
MediaTor (Jurnal Komunikasi) Vol 9, No 2 (2008): Dari “Starbucks’ hingga Pembebasan Biaya Kesehatan Dasar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29313/mediator.v9i2.1115

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Symbolic interaction focuses on ‘interpretation’ over subjective meaning derived from interaction of people with the others of his/her environment. As stated clearly in its name, symbolic interaction emphasized a close relationship an exchange between symbol and interaction. These exchanges produced special meanings and interpretations, unique for each person involved. Symbolic is derived from the word ‘symbol’ which means signs resulted from consensus. Symbolic Interaction tried to ‘entering’ meaning process and subject defining by employing participant observation to watch carefully how subject define themselves and their actions respectfully, based on definitions and meanings given by others in their environment.
“Quo Vadis Infotainment”? Dadi Ahmadi
MediaTor (Jurnal Komunikasi) Vol 9, No 1 (2008): Isu Komunikasi Kesehatan yang Ter-”Pojok”-kan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29313/mediator.v9i1.1148

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According to Marshall McLuhan, the world has become a global village where modern communication media opened up unlimited interactions among people all over the world. Among other things, mass communication channel has rapidly developed, allowing greater mass of information transmissions to be spread for all members of society in no time. Unfortunately, the rapid development of mass media was not followed by better quality in terms of media content. Infotainments were everywhere, offering latest report concerning celebrity news in detail, and raising serious questions concerning ethics, privacy, public policy, and news quality today.
Konstruksi Jilbab sebagai Simbol Keislaman Dadi Ahmadi; Nova Yohana
MediaTor (Jurnal Komunikasi) Vol 8, No 2 (2007): Proses Berkesenian = Proses Berkomunikasi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29313/mediator.v8i2.1155

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Veil usage is not only just a matter of fashion style. Moreover, veils symbolize many great values in Islamic tradition. No wonder if veil—or jilbab—are commonly found in many places, including campus, among students as well as lecturer. This research aimed to investigate the motivation of the girls in wearing jilbab.  Using phenomenology approach to know more about subjectivity meanings constructed between research subjects, the research has finally revealed some motivations among the girls in wearing jilbab. There are three motives in wearing jilbab as found among Unisba’s students:  theological motive, psychological motive, and fashionable motive.  Such motive further implied on three different identities constructed by research subjects: Phenomenal Moslem Students, Fashionable Moslem Students, and Tolerant Moslem Students.
Teori Penjulukan Dadi Ahmadi; Aliyah Nuraini
MediaTor (Jurnal Komunikasi) Vol 6, No 2 (2005): Bagaimana Kita Menjelaskan Penerapan Teknologi?
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29313/mediator.v6i2.1209

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Labelling theory, famously associated with Howard Becker, was resulted from deviation studies which flourished in the late years of 1950s. Labelling theory, as part of interaction symbolic school of thought, assumed deviation as interactional function between deviants and non-deviants, rather than individual inherent characteristic. Labelling theory consisted of four tenets: (1) Social label for particular action; (2) criminal act is resulted from social rules; (2) social control is worsening criminal problems; and (4) there are interrelated bonds within people who being labeled and their counterparts who give them any label. Media, for some ideological reasons, implied labeling theory in their narration which acted as a mean for social construction.