Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia

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ISSN / EISSN : 2548-8740 / 2503-0795
Published by: Indonesian Scientific Journal (10.25008)
Total articles ≅ 106
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Anna Gustina Zainal, Toni Wijaya, Andy Corry Wardhani
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 32-43; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.363

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Each social media account created by users has its own purpose and meaning,. That is to attract the sympathy of the audience, Just like in real world, humans cannot live without socializing and interacting each other. This research was designed to find out the communication strategy of social media account managers in managing followers. This study used an interactional communication strategy with qualitative descriptive method. The results showed that the communication strategy used to manage the "chat relationship" account is the interactional communication strategy. This model had been used because followers have different backgrounds, knowledge, experiences, and cultures that affect each person in interpreting message. There are many factors as key success to running an online-based business through social media "relationships chat" account in order to increase followers loyalty in accordance with the strategy adopted by the account managers. Several management strategies had been applied such as a presentation to the audience, audience segmentation, consistency in providing entertainment to the audience, consistency of the characteristics and features needed, constantly looking for the latest entertainment innovations, communicating directly with consumers to support activities, and creating cooperation between account managers are being the key success to gain sympathy and loyalty from followers.
Lidya Wati Evelina, Yulianne Safitri
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 44-52; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.406

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In the development of technology in the era of society 5.0, the trend of community activity in social media is oriented towards conversations about YouTube content. The urgency of this research is expected to contribute to the development of communication science, especially for social media activists, especially Indonesian YouTubers, to create Indonesian Street Food content by seeing the phenomenon of foreign YouTubers liking and creating Indonesian Street food content on their YouTubers channel. Discussion on Networking in Establishing The opinion of Indonesian street food that is reviewed on YouTube social media aims to explain foreigner reviews about Indonesian street food from the conversations that occur in the comments. The theory used is the theory of social communication networks, the concept of online community involvement, creative content on YouTube using a qualitative approach. Data collection was carried out using the netnography method obtained from observing content and comments on the YouTube Channel. The findings of this study are that there is intense and funny communication between foreigners regarding terms used in street food in Indonesia, likes and comments on YouTube channels can provide recommendations for foreign tourists to choose Indonesian Street Food when visiting Indonesia. The results of his research opinion were formed from conversations that took place through comments on Indonesian street food content on Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson's Foreigners YouTube Channel.
, Wijayanto Wijayanto
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 107-120; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.475

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Objectivity (unbiased) news is an essential journalism principle in covering political news, especially general elections. However, many studies found that violations against these principles were becoming a problem in many elections in different countries. In Indonesia, most research concerns this issue more focusing on the traditional media platform. This article has aimed to explore online media on how they covered the 2019 presidential election. This research combines quantitative and qualitative text analysis methods to investigate 320 online media articles produced by eight leading online media in Indonesia two weeks before the election. By employing the journalism principle of objectivity, the concept of framing and representation, this research found that online media in Indonesia practice biased journalism in reporting the 2019 presidential election. However, each online media has a typical media bias both quantitatively and qualitatively. This study identified two categories of journalism practice, namely partisan journalism that openly supported particular candidates and at the same time attacked the rival. Secondly, the online media category tried to be professional, but they applied journalism bias by construction framing strategy and representation for the candidate they supported. This research also highlights that the bias of online media journalism was facilitated by the general principle of digital journalism routine in Indonesia that mostly focuses on speed rather than on comprehensive information and also facilitated by the existence of the hyper-link feature that legitimizes the 'cover one side' in a single article.
Muhammad Khairil, Raisa Alatas, Dyah Fitria Kartika Sari
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 140-148; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.485

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This study discusses prophetic communication in spreading religious messages for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak prevention in Palu, Indonesia. This study is based on qualitative research with a case study approach. This study will lead to a detailed and in-depth description of the problem regarding the condition according to what happened in the field. The case study conducted in this research took place in Alkhairaat Foundation of Palu, Central Sulawesi. To support existing data, researchers also made direct observations to the Alkhairaat Foundation. Religion is not only a guide but also a source of life. The function of religion is to regulate human life such as amidst the COVID-19 outbreak through the basis of the Qur'an and hadith. Qur'an and Hadith become the basis in the formation of religious messages that are assembled by the Ulamas through their social media. Public opinion is then filled with tendencies that lead to Islamic ideas and at the same time, there are rejections of it which portray acceptance of information to have positive and negative sides. Ulamas used social media such as Facebook, WhatsApp, and online news. Ulamas also coordinate with local government to unite the perceptions on how to face the COVID-19 that also happened in Palu. Ulamas perform their roles by conveying fatwas. The strong influence of an Ulama as a figure means that every word and deed can be a hold for the people. In this case, Ulamas should remain consistent with what was conveyed. Because the conveyed fatwa is not an individual fatwa but an institutionalized fatwa
Kartika Singarimbun
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 96-106; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.509

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COVID-19 threatens the survival of many people. The imposition of social isolation, social distancing, and lockdown policies, shuts down face-to-face worship at the church. Despite the stuttering information technology, the Protestant churches gradually broadcast the worship Livestream Youtube and save the video afterward; so that the congregation can watch the e-church further. The adoption of communication technology has become a new strategy for church institutions during the pandemic; by creating channels for congregations. With the theory of mediatization of religion, media used to delivering religious content, and as Protestant virtual communities, environment to gather and participate in real-time Sunday worship on youtube Livestream. E-church is the main target of Indonesian church institutions today, although it cannot be denied that many communication aspects are missing; such as touch, emotion, and expression. By using the Indonesian Christian Church known as GKI Taman Cibunut Bandung as a case study, multi-sources of informants who were interviewed semi-structured were conducted so that the data were obtained comprehensively.
Aqida Nuril Salma
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 53-61; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.494

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Life in the digital era runs instant and fast-paced. The development of science and technology, especially the Internet and social media has a very strong influence. Not only does it affect the daily activities of people's lives, but also the activities of the professional world, especially in crisis communication that is considered more complex, and even raises new possibilities in which each company will be more vulnerable to crisis with a greater impact than ever. Thus, preparing for the worst possible scenario will help a crisis situation go as smoothly as possible. In consequence, organizations today are required to have a structured and internet-based crisis communication plan and policy as an effort to respond to these developments. This research paper presents an exploratory study conducted to understand how the practitioners prepare for the worst scenario and the strategy of handling it, and how the planning is influential to the success of crisis communication. An in-depth interview was conducted to senior corporate communication executives and crisis manager from High Reliability Organization (HRO). This paper concludes by suggesting and drawing up guidelines for practitioners to structuring an effective crisis communication plan as well as directions for future research in this domain for researchers to take up.
Miftha Pratiwi
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 121-128; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.498

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Almost this past one-year Indonesia has been undergoing global crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic. The weakening of economic sector is caused by the restriction of activity as one form of the supports for the Government in applying health protocol. Many companies of various fields are unable to survive because of undergoing economic contraction. While there are so many companies are having economic contraction, YLEO Indonesia strives. According to one of the distributors, who gains a status as a diamond leader, the income of YLEO increases to 40% during the pandemic. This success is certainly not apart from the role of strategic communication conducted by the company. Moreover, if the company uses social media as one means or channel of communication in conveying education, promotion and interaction with its audience. This research aims at understanding the utilization of social media as a means of communication adopted which supports the business activity of YLEO. The method employed is qualitative descriptive in the form of in-depth interviews as the data collection technique, and content analysis. The summary of this research is the management and utilization of social media as important parts of the company because they are able to encourage the involvement of the audience in various activities in order to further know and understand the expectation and message relevancy which are conveyed to the audience.
Wawan Edi Prastiyo, I Dewa Made Suartha
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 13-21; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.510

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The presence of financial technology (Fintech) on the one hand makes it easy for people to obtain credit, while on the other hand, it creates various problems. In this study, two issues will be discussed, namely the application of cyber-ethic in protecting personal data and legal issues in collecting debt on Fintech. This research is a qualitative research. Data in the study were collected by means of literature study and presented descriptively and analytically. Cyber-ethic is implemented by protecting personal data. It is a transformation of traditional ethics in cyberspace. The cyber-ethic is very necessary in the business world. The application of cyber-ethic in the world of Fintech is carried out by protecting the personal data of both borrowers and third parties. Cyber-ethic violations have implications for breaking the law. Some of the billing violations on the Fintech business are sexual harassment, defamation, threats and stalking. Borrowing customers are powerless to face debt collectors’ behavior, because the debt collectors use the borrowers’ personal data to exert psychological pressure on the debtors to pay according to the bills determined unilaterally by Fintech. This condition usually occurs in illegal Fintechs that are not registered with the Financial Services Authority.
Taufan Teguh Akbari, Rizky Ridho Pratomo
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 1-12; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.523

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The Covid-19 pandemic has hit many sectors in the world. To mitigate the plague, many countries have formulated a social distancing policy. The pandemic compels us to foster the use of technology to carry out daily activities. A very few articles explain how technology alters the way leaders communicate. Therefore, the objective of this research is to examine whether technology has an impact on leader communication patterns using Adaptive Leadership and Technological Determinism Theory. This research uses qualitative approach with literature review and interview as a means to collect and analyze data. Based on the current trend, there are some changes in leader communication patterns. Also, the author found that there is a gap in the adoption of technology between leaders and members of the organization. While leaders are prepared to change mindset and embrace digital practices, members are not well-prepared. They struggle to adjust to the new work environment and feel overworked and exhausted. To embrace the digital working environment, leaders need to solve the gap. We argue that the gap between the leaders and members can be addressed by enhancing or improving the way leaders and members interact. This is because to become a leader, one should engage in communication. We propose some principles about new ways of communication during the New Normal.
Lusiana Andriani Lubis, Syafruddin Pohan
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 62-71; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i1.522

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A research phenomenon is a model of communication carried out by district government officials to create public awareness about household waste. The aim of this research is to analyze the model of communication carried out by district government officials to make people aware of how to deal with household waste. This research uses the interpretive qualitative method, in which data are selected by purposive sampling. Data collection techniques are Focus Group Discussion and observation. The results of this research show that through face-to-face communication and group communication district government officials, ranging from the head of the environment office, family planning cadres and family welfare movement (PKK) activator team, community leaders to the village head, had tried to perform their duties properly in making residents in two areas of family planning (KB) village aware about the impact of household waste. Persuasive communication is the model of communication where the source actively seeks to influence the recipient who is in a passive position. Due to differences in perceptions, the process of exchanging messages during the campaign was one-way, namely from the source to the recipient. The model of communication which is developed in the activity is a command system in which district government officials give a command to the residents of the family planning village where the participation of the people especially those who rent houses in the management of household waste is low.
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