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International Journal of Media and Communication Research (IJMCR)
Published by Universitas Islam Riau
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27221423     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25299/ijmcr
Core Subject : Education,
International Journal of Media and Communication Research (IJMCR) is a peer-reviewed and indexed journal published twice a year (in January and July) by UIR Press and managed by the Faculty of Communication Sciences, Universitas Islam Riau. The objective of this journal is to provide a forum for Indonesian and worldwide researchers and practitioners to disseminate and promote the empirical research findings, conceptual, philosophical and theoretical debates dealing with a human, applied and mass communication studies. The topics include: Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Communication Group Communication Intercultural Communication Organizational Communication Political Communication Development Communication Corporate Communication Public Relations Health Communication International Communication War, Conflict and Crisis Communication Communication In Tourism And Hospitality Print and Electronic Journalism Film Studies Promotion and Advertising Media Ethics and Law Media, Culture and Society Media and Social Impact Media, Religion and Identity Media and Democracy Social Media and Digital Society
Articles 25 Documents
Leadership Style of Multinational Corporations: A brief review Al Sukri; Tessa Shasrini
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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While leadership is learned, the skills and knowledge processed by the leader can be influenced by his or hers attributes or traits such as beliefs, values, ethics and character, Knowledge and skills contribute directly to the process of leadership, while the other attributes give the leader certain characteristics that make him or her unique. The purpose of this study is to identify the Keys for Success in the Leadership of Multinational Corporations. Leadership is important for the design and development of organizational strategy and structure. Leadership styles differ and each leader selects a style best suited to his personality. The specific objective for this study is to determine the effectiveness of leadership traits that contributes to the success of Multinational corporations. This article reflect on case studies and example.
Semiotic Communication: An Approach Of Understanding A Meaning In Communication Ibrahim Ibrahim; Sulaiman Sulaiman
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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In interpreting communication, we are often trapped in symbols and a set of signs that are used. This is due to our simple assumption that tends assume on symbols or signs that stand alone in representing meaning. We forget that symbols or signs, as well as meaning are complex. Though they are not stand alone. They are representation of the many factors that influence them, including the knowledge and culture of their participants. In media, the meaning of symbols or signs that used to convey news is very dependent on the ideology of the media and the whole organization that manages the media. Even the "reality of truth" is very dependent on the construction of the media in processing it. Likewise in film and music, certain symbols or signs that are used are representations of reality which must be explored and understood as a form of communication, even a picture of the social and cultural reality of the participants. This is where the semiotics in communication emerge, and offer themselves as an important approach in understanding the true meaning of symbols or signs used in a communication process.
State Secrets in the Perspective of Public Transparency (Study of the journalism code of ethics) Budi Hermanto
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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Good governance is a government that is transparent, open, and participatory. Includes the whole process of managing public resources since the process of decision making, implementation, and evaluation. The benefits of freedom of information are not only to create a government that is clean, efficient and able to prevent corruption, but also to improve the quality of public participation in the process of making public policies, and supervising their implementation. The main problem raised in this study is how to state secrets from the perspective of public transparency. study of Undang-Undang No. 40 the year 1999 concerning the press and the journalistic Code of Ethics and the obstacles in trying to obtain information.
Communication Strategy Planning Of Majelis Taklim In Implementation Recitation Program Idawati Idawati; Benni Handayani
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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Majelis Taklim is a Non-Formal Islamic Education Society, as a forum for connecting silaturrahim, intensify ukhuwah Islamiyah, increasing faith and devotion to Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala , and popularize Islamic Da'wah. The purpose of this study is to find out how the Majelis Taklim’s efforts in improving recitation. This study uses a descriptive qualitative method in which the writer describes the efforts of the Majelis Taklim in increasing recitation through interview techniques to woman as a member of Majelis Taklim with a population of 40 person. The sampling technique that using is total sampling techniques.
New Media in Public Relations: A Study of New Media in Ragunan Zoo as a Tourism Destination Diah Febrina; Umar Halim
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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Globalization has made the inhabitants of the world interconnected more closely in almost every aspect of life because of the speed of information obtained. One of the important things that need to be considered in realizing the process of globalization is the development of information technology. The development of information technology has led to the emergence of new media. The new media is being used in various industries and business including in tourism industry. Public relation practitioners working in tourism industry take benefits of new media as means of communication and promotion. Ragunan Zoo is a tourist destination located in South Jakarta, Indonesia. The development of the era led to the development of strategy in introducing this tourism destination to local and overseas tourists. The types of new media that this tourism destination exploits are websites, social media, and mobile phone applications.
Family Communication in Mixed Marriage Couples Between Indonesia-Australia Albert Donatius Sirait; Noor Efni Salam; Yasir
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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The way each person communicates depends on culture; language, rules, and norms of each. Culture has the responsibility for all communicative behavior and meaning that everyone has. Communication difficulties faced by the individuals involved are caused by differences in their respective cultural expectations. Differences in cultural expectations can lead to fatal risks, one of which is a misunderstanding. In intermarried family life there will be a misunderstanding of intercultural communication, which involves all family members. This situation can lead to an agreement to recognize one culture that will dominate or develop another culture which is a fusion of the two cultures (third culture), or even both cultures can go together in one family. This study discusses family communication in mixed marriage couples between Indonesia and Australia. The research carried out is intended to find out and analyze the negotiation of self-identity in interactions, conflict management mediated by face and culture, family communication processes, inhibiting factors, and supporting family communication in mixed marriage couples between Indonesia and Australia. Using advanced negotiation theory and symbolic interaction theory. In this study, the authors used a descriptive qualitative method. The data collection techniques used are through observation, interviews, and documentation. Data obtained shows that Mindfulness: Acceptance of new cultures, in terms of language (using both languages), nature (Australia: Individualism-Indonesia: collectivism). Mindlessness: Stereotype, perspective, building tolerance, dealing with habits, opening up to accept a new culture.
Health and Family Communication: Exploring Concept and Issues Eko Hero; Dini Sundari
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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The phenomenon of early age marriage has occurred in many places over the world including in Indonesia. What is more, the maternal mortality rate and other risks of health reproductive had been also increased. Numerous of argumentations that the pregnancy at a young age will create a higher chance of females having a bunch of children and a higher risk of death of the mother and child. Likewise, analyzing important issues regarding marriage at a young age is very important to provide a deep scientific understanding. Through a qualitative approach, this study aims to explore the conceptual issues about health communication which involves reproductive health, negotiation, early-age marriage, and family communication. Health communication is the role of communication to disseminate health information in the form of communication with patients, family, and community. Reproductive health is about all matters related to a reproductive system including its functions and processes. Negotiation concerns the interactive process done to reach an agreement that involves two or more people who have different perspectives and willing to reach the same resolution together. The early-age marriage is a formal or non-formal marriage done below 18 years of age. Family communication is a communication activity done in a family in which a process of exchanging meaning includes delivering emotion among its members.
The Influence of Organizational Communication Climate on Cisral Library Performance in Padjadjaran University Rika Jufriazia Manita; Benni Handayani; Oktri Permata Lani
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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This research raised about the effect Organizational Communication Climatic of CISRAL’s Library Performance at the University of Padjadjaran, and also tells about every point of the indicator: trust, participatory decision making, openness in communication, listening in communication up to and think about the goals of high-performance. This research use survey descriptive and quantitative survey explanatory with path analysis which is used to determine the influence of the independent variable of organizational communication climate dimensions (X) with the confidence indicator, participatory decision making, openness in communication, listening in communication up to and think about goals high performance to the performance of the library (Y). Based on the results of this study can be concluded the discussion of organizational communication climate influence directly and indirectly to the performance of the library at the University of Padjadjaran CISRAL.
Analysis of Feminist Principels in The Da’wah Agenda of Gender Equality Karimuddin Nasution; Mohd Faizulamri Mohd Saad
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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One of the da’wah that is quite intense this time in the media is the da'wah feminist group for gender equality. The main mission of Muslim feminists is to equalize men and women in all matters. To fulfill this mission, they always lay down the basic principles of gender equality taken from the Koran and the hadith, then they will interpret textually. Only after that was reached did they interpret the Koran and the Hadith in accordance with their wishes. If it contradicts the verses that place men and women differently they will usually deny it on the grounds that it conflicts with the principle of gender equality. This study aims to analyze the principles of gender equality in the gender equality da’wah agenda. Methodology of this study was qualitative using document analysis. Data collection was done through library research. The data were analyzed using descriptive, comparative and critique. The findings showed that the feminists made Qur’anic verses as the principles of gender equality. The principles are men and women alike servants, men and women alike caliphs, men and women alike accept the covenant when they are in the womb, Adam and Eve are both engaged in transgression in heaven until had been sent to the earth, men and women equally have potential in every aspect of life. The Qur’anic verses that are made as the basis of the principles of gender equality seem to be over-implemented. The tafsir scholars do not explain the verses in the context of male and female relationships. The implication of this study is that Muslims are encouraged to refer to the interpretation of the authority scholars who have been recognized by the Muslim’s world, therefore is no mistakes in understanding the verses of the Qur’an. It is also expected to give a real understanding of the relationship between men and women in the Qur’an
Campaign Video Usage in Preventing Cervical Cancer among Female Students Imam Nuraryo
International Journal of Media and Communication Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): International Journal of Media and Communication Research
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Cervical cancer prevention campaign video contains information ranging from understanding, the symptoms caused to how to avoid cervical cancer. This campaign video is one way to educate the public about the importance of knowing cervical cancer. The purpose of this study was to find out how effective a cervical cancer prevention campaign video on knowledge attitude and intend to behavior among female students. The theory used is Planned Behavior theory which is the result of the refinement of the reasoned action theory developed by Ajzen and Fishbein (1980). The method used is quantitative with the experimental methods. This study used an experimental pre-post-post-test static group design. It could estimate the equivalence of the two groups and have the opportunity to correct differences that have arisen before the event. It must have access to groups before and after events. The controlled group and the experiment group consisted of 15 people per each group. The research data obtained from the questionnaires were processed and analyzed using independent samples t-test. The technique of collecting data by spreading the questionnaire which was distributed into a couple of groups. The result of this research is campaign video does not give a significant effect on knowledge, attitude and behavioral intention of female students neither in the controlled groups nor in experiment group.

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