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INDONESIA
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi
ISSN : 23032006     EISSN : 24775606     DOI : http://jurnal.unpad.ac.id/jkk/index
Core Subject : Education, Social,
JKK aims to encourage research in communication studies. Topics addressed within the journal include but not limited to: -Political communication is a communication that employs message and political actor or related to power, government, and policy. -Cross-cultural communication is a communication between people with different culture (for instance race, ethnic, or socio-economic) -Business communication is an idea or opinion exchange, information, instruction among people (personal or non-personal) through a various symbol to achieve company goal. -Organizational communication discusses organizational behavior and explained about interactions between people within the organization. -Health communication discusses communication strategy to distribute health information within community or society. The aim of health communication is persuading individual or society in making decision about health activity
Articles 300 Documents
An ethnographic study of communication with HIV-infected children at Rumah Cemara Yustikasari Yustikasari; Atwar Bajari; Ponpon Idjradinata; Eni Maryani
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.24089

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This study examines the ethnography studies of communication with HIV-infected children at Rumah Cemara Bandung by reviewing the elements of communication components. This research uses a qualitative approach with an ethnographic type of communication study. The research subjects were children infected with HIV in Bandung who was selected using the purposive method. Data were obtained through in-depth interviews, participatory observation, document analysis, and literature study. The results revealed that the genre in the communication component of children infected with HIV at Rumah Cemara was seen in the delivery of problems, namely the presence of viral infections in children. The setting that occurs in the communication component is carried out at the child's home/residence and Rumah Cemara as a community location and Klinik Teratai, Hasan Sadikin Hospital, Bandung. Children use Indonesian and Sundanese as their daily languages. All HIV-infected children are infected with the virus because it is transmitted from their parents, namely the mother, and the mother is infected with HIV from her husband. Conversations that are usually carried out by informants when meeting at Klinik Teratai, Rumah Cemara, and at home are usually related to conditions of health development, children's adherence to taking anti-retroviral drugs, and mental and social development of children with messages of mutual encouragement and support as well as instilling a sense of optimism. Psychologically among People With HIV/AIDS (ODHA). The non-verbal language that children do in the form of silence; smiles; a nod of the head; shaking of the head, and laughing out loud.
Communication Patterns of Adolescent Self-Harm Suffering in Interpersonal Relationships Genny Gustina Sari; Welly Wirman
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.29384

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The phenomenon of self-harm is an iceberg phenomenon that generally attacks teenagers. Self-harm is an act of self-harm in which the perpetrator finds pleasure and a feeling of satisfaction and relief. This act of self-harm is not properly recorded, but the times have shown that self-harm sufferers have begun to show their activities on social media such as Twitter. Several previous studies have explained that teenagers self-harm due to a lack of communication and bonding between the perpetrator and his family and closest people. The purpose of this study was to determine the process of social penetration in adolescents with self-harm communication patterns in establishing interpersonal relationships in Pekanbaru City and to determine the communication patterns formed in adolescents with self-harm in establishing interpersonal relationships with family and friends in Pekanbaru City. This study uses a qualitative research method with a phenomenological approach. Based on the findings in the field, the communication pattern found by self-harm sufferers with their families is using permissive communication patterns. Permissive communication patterns of self-harm sufferers are in the form of indifference, indifference, and freedom that goes beyond parents’ boundaries to children. Self-harm sufferers admit minimal verbal and nonverbal interaction with their parents and that self-harm is done not as a form of protest but rather as an emotional outlet. Self-harm is a form of children’s disappointment with their parents, and their actions upload these actions on Twitter as a form of protest and resistance by children against communication patterns and parenting patterns in a wider scope as well as a medium for dancing with friends so that they don’t feel alone.
Public service broadcasting model in Indonesian transitional democracy Masduki Masduki
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.35761

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The emergence of the public service broadcasting (PSB) system in post-authoritarian countries in Asia, including Indonesia (after the 1998 political reform), is not in line with the aspiration of the democratic media system. Most public-oriented broadcasters were born as a hybrid of universal and ideal models of a democratic channel with local and transitional media systems. This article presents an analysis of various PSB models rooted in different countries. It examines the efforts made by Indonesian stakeholders to formulate an Indonesian style of PSB from 2002 until today. The qualitative method was used to review previous studies relating to PSB policies and governance throughout the world and official policies relating to the broadcast system in Indonesia. In-depth interviews were conducted with a former legislator who formulated Broadcast Law no. 32/2002, RRI and TVRI Supervisory Boards members, and media activists. The selected offices of the Radio of the Republic of Indonesia (RRI) and the Television of the Republic of Indonesia (TVRI) were also observed as the national PSB providers in Indonesia. This study found different pathways in PSB models (policy and governance) between developed democracies, such as the UK and Germany, and post-authoritarian countries, such as Indonesia. From a regulatory perspective, Indonesia’s PSB model is a mixture of the ideal form rooted in matured democracies with the old management of RRI/TVRI as ex-government channels. The hybrid PSB model has impeded RRI and TVRI’s transition to becoming actual public service broadcasters.
The development of communication research in Indonesia in 2001-2020 Justito Adiprasetio
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.35954

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No systematic review and/or meta-analysis has attempted to map the macro and comprehensive landscape conditions, developments, and trends of communication research in Indonesia in the past few decades. Therefore, it is challenging to measure the progress that Indonesian communication scholars have achieved. This study analyzed 3108 articles distributed in reputable communication scientific publications in Indonesia, spanning two decades: January 2001 to March 2020. This study found many optimistic or skeptical justifications of Indonesian communication scholars about the development of communication epistemology in Indonesia. During the two decades, although there had been an increase in publications relying on quantitative approaches, it can be seen that the dominance of qualitative approaches was irreplaceable. The trend of increasing research using a quantitative approach was only a conversion from literature review articles widely published in the early 2000s. The Ministry of Communication and Information, Indonesia, in the second position, as the institution that contributes to the most authors of scientific articles after the Universitas Islam Bandung in the first place, and even surpassing Universitas Hasanuddin, Universitas Padjadjaran dan Universitas Diponegoro showing that the agency of state institutions is one of the active actors in communication knowledge production and reproduction in Indonesia. The increasing number of citations over the past two decades indicates that Indonesian scholars are experiencing enrichment of reference sources and interconnection with other scholars. However, based on keyword trends, Indonesian research’s deliberative and progressive vision has yet to appear dominant.
Development of entrepreneurial interest in business actors through communication strategies in Pangandaran Priyo Subekti; Hanny Hafiar; FX Ari Agung Prastowo; Dwi Masrina
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.36039

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The gap between job vacancies and job seekers has increased the number of unemployed in Indonesia. Even a fact shows an ironic phenomenon appearing in the world of Indonesian education that the higher a person's education, the higher the probability of becoming unemployed. One of the problems in Pangandaran is that the number of entrepreneurs is not ideal, so the ratio is at 2.5%, which means it is still below the national entrepreneurship ratio of 3.6%. The problem in increasing the number of entrepreneurs in Pangandaran is the mindset and readiness of the MSME actors themselves and capital. This study aims to determine how the development of entrepreneurial interest of small business actors through communication strategies in Pangandaran by the Pangandaran Regional Government, in this case, the Department of Trade, Cooperatives, and MSMEs. The method used is the descriptive method with qualitative and quantitative data. The study results show that the Cooperatives and MSME Office uses three methods of communication strategy: 1) education through counseling and socialization; 2) dissemination of information through social media and internet-based media; 3) dissemination of information through communication networks called the entrepreneurial community. The obstacles faced are: 1) capital factors; 2) mindset about entrepreneurship; 3) the low level of education which impacts the lack of adaptation in using ICT; 4) business actors do not fully understand the rules and policies related to MSMEs; 5) communication network is not optimal.
Crisis communication in the #safetravelcampaign in the new normal era Nadya Shaffira; Hana Silvana
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.36648

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The Covid-19 pandemic has a significant impact on the problems that occur in the world of aviation. Because of the situation, the researcher sees another perspective on how the role of product-oriented social media campaigns in the form of services carried out by PT. Angkasa Pura II in changing public trust in the use and service of domestic air transportation. This study aims to determine the effect of the campaign on attitude change. So, there is a gap in the lack of quantitative research that discusses the relationship between product-oriented social media campaigns in changing people’s trust attitudes in the context of crisis and risk communication. The formulation of the problem in this study was to determine the significant relationship between message content and the structure of the #SafeTravelCampaign message on the attitude of trust using domestic air transportation in the new normal era. The approach used in this research is a quantitative descriptive correlation. The results of the study indicate that the campaign content is delivered well in terms of message content and message structure, it will improve the quality of the content which has an impact on changing the attitude of followers. The presence of campaign content have informative, educational, and entertainment value for followers of the @Angkasapura2 Instagram account. Then the presence of a campaign that worked can also be an example for other organizations or companies to increasing public trust in the use and service of services during the midst of the ongoing pandemic crisis.
Higher education digital transformation implementation in Indonesia during the COVID-19 pandemic Taufan Teguh Akbari; Rizky Ridho Pratomo
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.38052

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The pandemic is forcing universities to carry out digital transformation simultaneously. However, the pandemic opened Pandora’s box revealing the fundamental weaknesses of universities that make them unprepared to adapt to changing times. However, the pandemic can be an opportunity to transform the entire workforce in universities so that their existence remains relevant. The critical factor in this transformation is the leader. Today’s leaders must change from traditional to digital. Digital leaders can be a catalyst for change to oversee digital transformation in universities. Therefore, this study intends to explain how the implementation of digital leadership in universities in Indonesia, especially since the world has been hit by a pandemic. The author uses the literature study method and interviews stakeholders in universities. The author finds that three fundamental challenges must be overcome: culture and mindset, human resource competence, and infrastructure. Higher education leaders must resolve these three challenges to ensure that digital transformation runs smoothly. The author argues that universities are still relevant to producing quality human resources and abilities according to the times. To maintain the relevance and role of universities, leaders need to implement changes holistically, starting by creating a holistic grand design, increasing human resource competencies, infrastructure development, developing a new mindset, creating progressive culture, to organizational restructuring.
Multi Case Analysis on The Development of Fact-Checking Organizations in Indonesia Detta Rahmawan; Rudi Hartanto; Irma Garnesia
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.38752

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The network of fact-checking organizations has expanded widely, and these organizations are seen as one of the important elements in the efforts to tackle the spread of disinformation, misinformation, or hoax in the society. Although the number of fact-checking organizations in all parts of the world continue to increase, scholarly studies which tries to capture the presence of fact-checking practices in Global South Countries, including Indonesia are still limited. This study uses a multi-case study method to analyze the development of fact-checking practices carried out by six organizations in Indonesia which already certified by the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) namely: Liputan6, Suara.com, Tirto.id, Kompas.com, Tempo.co, and MAFINDO. Since fact-checking initiatives became popular about six years ago in Indonesia, we discovered that Indonesian fact-checking organizations have grown and strengthened their presence nationally, as well as engaged with various networks of global organizations that leading the ongoing fight against hoax. However, Indonesian fact-checking organizations are still facing several challenges in the context of standardizing fact-checking methodologies, measuring and evaluating the “impact” of their fact-checking activities and related to the management of fact-checking resources. While this study attempts to contribute an overview of Indonesian fact-checking organizations, further studies on fact-checking initiatives with various methodological approaches are still needed to comprehensively look at the role of fact-checking organizations in Indonesia.
Communication lifestyle of Indonesian and Malaysia students during the corona virus 19 pandemic Farida Nurfalah; Muhammad Nuruzzaman; Jamilah Ahmad
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.39123

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Several ways occur in lifestyle 2022 to protect themselves from coronavirus transmission. The research objectives are as follows: To find out the activities of Indonesia Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic, to find out the interests of Indonesian students during the COVID-19 Pandemic, to find out the opinions of Indonesian students during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The research method uses a descriptive approach with the type of qualitative research. The research subjects based on the purposive technique were seven students. The results; Activities of Indonesian students are mainly carried out at home by government regulations by limiting interaction activities with family, friends, and neighbors. Their attention to government policies, studying while doing business, interacting with friends, and entertainment. When making decisions, they are more concerned about money, benefits, and health and are confident in the decisions they make. Student opinions facing the covid pandemic situation are more healthy, grateful, and able to help each other, maintain SOPs, stay productive, the government pays attention to the people, and families always maintain cleanliness and health. Thus, most student activities during the Covid-19 pandemic are carried out at home by limiting interaction activities. Students have attention to government policies, study while doing business, interact with friends, and entertainment to relieve boredom. Students are concerned with maintaining health, being grateful and helping each other. Efforts are being made to maintain SOPs, stay productive, and maintain health protocols. Efforts that need to be made by the government are by listening to the voices of the community and helping the affected communities, while the hope that families need to always maintain cleanliness and provide mutual support, respecting the things around them.
The role of family communication: Family health and welfare during pandemic covid Maulana Rezi Ramadhana; Dewi Kurniasih Soedarsono; Retno Setyorini
Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Vol 10, No 1 (2022): Accredited by Kemenristekdikti RI SK No. 164/E/KPT/2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkk.v10i1.39251

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The Covid-19 pandemic causes psychological stress, such as fear and anxiety, and requires exceptional recovery. Such conditions can lead to mental disorders and the risk of developing physical health even in a healthy person without a medical history. The purpose of this study was to find a theoretical model of the relationship between family communication, physical resilience, and family economic well-being, to describe the role of the family in maintaining family health during the pandemic, and describe the role of the family in maintaining family economic well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study uses a quantitative method with a descriptive and correlational approach. The population in Rancatungku Village, Bandung Regency, West Java Province, is an area affected by COVID-19, with a total sample of 420 respondents. The results obtained that Family Communication affects Family Physical Resilience, with an effect of 40% due to positive communication and direct interaction with family members as a protective factor for facilities and the needs of family members. The existence of an atmosphere of mutual protection means that the family must be a safe, comfortable, and reassuring place for all its members. Family communication does not affect Family Economic Resilience, with a contribution of only 10%; this is related to the strategy and quick decision-making by the family to think about recovery from the situation. Family Communication affects the Pandemic Impact on Families by 80%. Communication is critical as a protective function of changes that arise from the pandemic and is seen as a family management system. In addition, the pandemic was declared to impact work activities and social activities but had no impact on activities at home or emotional and physical activities.

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