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23Sep/110

Social Media and Journalism

Kemunculan sosial media di Indonesia pada tahun 2008 mengalami perkembangan yagn luar biasa hingga saat ini seiring dengan peningkatan jumlah pengguna smartphone yang juga terus meningkat tajam. Pengaruhnya hampir bisa dirasakan di semua bidang kehidupan manusia karena fungsi sosial media yang menjadi channel komunikasi yang menjadi basis dasar unsur komunikasi selain, sender dan receiver.

23Sep/110

Kekerasan Simbolik (Symbolic Violence) terhadap Suku Jawa dalam Program TV “Hidup ini Indah” di Trans TV

Abstract

Symbolic violence of ethnic in television program still get low attention from Indonesian media content controller (KPI, LSF) as well as audiences because it is done implicitly and unconsciously. On the other hand, the impact is as dangerous as physical violence in television program such us killing, shooting, hitting. This paper try to evaluate content of a television program, ‘Hidup Ini Indah’, produced by Trans TV that is indicated do symbolic violence to ‘Javanese’. Symbolic violence hazard integration of a multicultural society in Indonesia as it produce discrimination of ‘dominant culture’ over ‘minority culture’. By using the basis of Representation Theory (Stuart Hall: 1979) this paper try describe and explain how language (text, symbol, visual, object, event) has produced certain meaning, called ‘stereotype’ that is identified as symbolic violence.

Key words: symbolic violence, stereotype, representation, dominant culture, minority culture

Penulis: Nurul Hasfi, MA, lecturer of Communication department

23Sep/110

Representasi Perempuan Pelaku Kejahatan (Woman Offender) di Media Massa: Analisa Pemberitaan Malinda Dee

Women become focus in critical discourse about journalism, media and gender. In journalism products, woman usually represent in certain stereotype as consequences of the existence of dominant culture, masculine ideology. By using the concept of Representation Theory by Stuart Hall (1979) this article try to explore how a woman offender, Malinda Dee, was represented as mythical monster, sexy liar, etc. Meanwhile the news was tent to focus on her physical attractiveness rather than her criminal case. It shows that Indonesian media still ignore ‘gender perspective journalism concept’ that has specific approach in covering woman fairly.

Key words: woman offenders, woman representation, stereotype

Penulis: Nurul Hasfi, MA, lecturer of Communication department

23Sep/110

New Media Ecosystem

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