Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia

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ISSN / EISSN : 2548-8740 / 2503-0795
Published by: Indonesian Scientific Journal (10.25008)
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Agus Surya Bakti, Hafied Cangara, Dwia Aries Tina Palubuhu, Eriyanto Eriyanto
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 312-323; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.603

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The ISIS terrorist group still poses a serious threat in Indonesia, especially because it operates in a network (net-terrorism) so that the handling of this terrorist group often does not reach its roots. The research is aimed to reveal the social network strategy in resolving terrorist acts in Indonesia using a structural hole theory. The research method is a qualitative research approach with secondary data analysis from four sources: books, journal articles, previous related research, and the Law of the Republic of Indonesia. The data above is then processed with Ucinet-Draw to calculate the linkage score between members in the network and then see the movement map for each ISIS network in Indonesia: Jakarta, Poso, and Surabaya. Thus, this study proves that there is a gap in the structure of the ISIS group's communication network in Indonesia. The research results revealed that many terrorist acts in Indonesia had the same pattern, namely the strong communication network between terrorist actors. Terrorist actors carried out at least three tertius strategies, namely tertius gaudens, tertius inguens, and a combination of the two. Through the tertius strategy, the government will be able to play its most crucial role in taking preventive actions against actors in terrorist networks. Therefore, the government needed to carry out various integration strategies with various institutions to conduct deradicalization appropriately.
I Gusti Agung Alit Suryawati
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 220-228; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.604

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Tourism in Bali is growing so rapidly that it continues to increase every year. The increasing number of foreign and domestic tourist arrivals leads to an increase in domestic services and promotions. Arief Yahya assessed that film had become a useful medium and contributed greatly to promoting Indonesian tourism. The aim of this research is to know how soap opera and film could be used as a means of promotion to know about Tourism in Bali and other state problems: (1) How Broadcasting as a mass communication activity functions as a medium of information, education, entertainment, health, control and social control; (2) How to carry out the function of soap opera and film as a means of promoting Tourism inBali;(3), How broadcasting also has economic and cultural functions. Theory and Method: Symbolic Theory and Method use perception and qualitative analysis which explore by watching the eat, pray, and love films and some soap operas whose shooting take place in Bali. They can serve as a reference for the industrial world to make films that can inspire audiences to come to the place or location of the film, and also a reference for tourists who would come to Bali.
Suraya Mansur, Nurhayani Saragih, Isiaka Zubair Aliagan
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 296-311; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.562

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This research concerns the health communication campaign for Clean and Healthy Lifestyle (PHBS) during the Covid-19 pandemic among students of the graduate school of the University of Mercu Buana. This research found that the social learning theory proves effective in the campaign which leads to a change in society’s behaviour. The theory used in this research is Albert Bandura's social learning theory. This research used positivistic paradigm. The method used in this research is a survey explanatory method and quantitative approach. The population is students of the graduate school at the University of Mercu Buana Jakarta. The sampling is conducted using purposive sampling techniques to 100 respondents, with a sampling error of 5%. The technique of data analysis used in this research is simple regression analysis. The result shows that PHBS Campaign has no significant effect on Anxiety Level. PHBS Campaign has a significant effect on Compliance Level. Anxiety Level has no significant effect on Compliance Level. PHBS Campaign has no significant effect on Compliance Level through Anxiety Level.
Erik Ardiyanto
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 229-241; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.589

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The government and the parliament have decided to pass problematic bills, such as the Corruption Eradication Commission Bill (RUU KPK), the Criminal Code Bill (RUU KUHP), and the Omnibus Law (RUU Cipta Kerja) into laws. The reasons behind the passage of the bills irto laws are to make bureaucracy easier and facilitate foreign investment inflows to Indonesia. However, the decision-making process failed to involve elements of the community, such as academics, workers, working class, press, and related stakeholders. Consequently, students staged rallies to protest against the passage of the bills into laws in 2019 – 2020. This researchuses an approach qualitative methodology with a critical paradigm. The goal of critical theory is to change a reality that is always unbalanced and dominated.This research tries to encourage change towards a better society and emancipations. The data analysis technique comprises analysis of information sources from the mass media and analysis of research documents. The results of this study find that students had two strategic political communications during the protest. First, the social media movement sent hash tagged messages such as #Reformasidikorupsi #Gejayanmemangil and #Mositidakpercaya. Second, student staged demonstrations in front of the Presidential Place and the House of Representatives Building. When the government and parliament conspire with oligarchs to make policies to maintain power, then conflicts of interest with society, and student protests will be inevitable. As a result, the students have declared a motion of no confidence for parliament in a non-parliamentary participatory democratic system.
Sri Seti Indriani, Ditha Prasanti
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 333-343; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.582

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The increasing number of patients recovering from the COVID-19 and the decreasing number of people exposed to the infection seemed to raise the community’s hopes for returning to face-to-face learning. Some schools have slowly implemented face-to-face learning. Teachers sincerely hope to optimize face-to-face learning soon. However, there are still pros and cons over face-to-face learning for fear of schools turning into COVID-19 clusters. The teachers complained about various online learning problems, so they applied for permission to conduct face-to-face learning. The purpose of this research is to understand teachers’ experiences in online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, including positive and negative experiences as well as obstacles in the online learning during the pandemic. This study uses descriptive qualitative research methods, with data collection technique conducted through documentation studies as well as interviews with five kindergarten and elementary school teachers. The selection of research subjects used purposive sampling. The results of this study revealed that the teachers had extraordinary experiences, both negative and positive. The negative experiences during online learning are related to confusion, culture shock, dissatisfaction, stress, fatigue, and overwhelm, while the positive experiences are related to the ease of attending meetings simultaneously, carrying out activities at home and gaining new knowledge, especially in communication technology. Barriers and challenges experienced by teachers in online learning during the pandemic are technical and non-technical in nature.
Gita Juniarti
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 187-199; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.576

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Couchsurfing is an application that connects persons who need lodging, with individuals who offer their house as a free place to stay. Persons who need lodging are called surfers and individuals who provide their house are called hosts. When hosts and surfers are just getting acquainted through the Couchsurfing app, they hold some uncertainty with each other. This study describes the experiences of both parties in their efforts to reduce uncertainty and build close relationships, even though they only met through digital applications and never face to face. This study uses a phenomenological approach with data search techniques in the form of in-depth interviews, direct observation, and data observation through the Couchsurfing application. The number of interviewees was 14 from various cities in Indonesia. To reduce uncertainty and build close relationships, hosts and surfers go through five stages; first, understanding and believing technology; second, pre-conversation; third, online conversation-1; fourth, face-to-face conversation; and fifth, online conversation-2. The description of these stages is summarized in the findings of this study. This finding also proves that the presence of technology may modify the previously known theories of interpersonal communication. Interpersonal communication not only takes place between two people directly but also involves technology as an intermediary.
Fahira Syifa Machfudz, Rino Febrianno Boer, Nicky Wongso
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 256-264; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.557

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Tinder, as one of the most popular online dating applications, is nicknamed as the hookup app. The negative perceptions inherent among the public were born because of how users in western countries operate the application, which does not follow the norms adopted in Indonesia. Many people assume that most Tinder users are those who are not looking for a long-term romantic relationship. The possibility of getting a partner who will commit to the relationship is not a common idea. This research aims to understand the development process of emotional intimacy and the initiation of a close relationship between Tinder users who have managed to find their partner through the Tinder application and communication mediated by computers (internet). This research uses a qualitative approach. In-depth interviews and Netnographic observations were used as the primary and secondary data collection techniques. This study indicates that although many Tinder users in Indonesia use Tinder similar to how people in western countries do, many users have finally succeeded in building long-term close relationships. Therefore, the perception about small numbers of Tinder users looking for long-term romantic relationships is not accurate.
Dani Fadillah, Dong Hao, Bai Long
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 344-352; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.549

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This study aims to examine the uniqueness of the corporate communication carried out by Nike when the well-known brand competes to sign a contract with athletes who reach their peak performance to promote its apparel. However, Nike signs contracts with players when they are still rising stars and then leaves them. Nike does something that well-known brands do not usually do. Normally, they compete to attract stars who are in their golden age. This research was conducted using a qualitative approach through case study research. The materials of this research were obtained by conducting a literature review, matters related to the Nike author's boredom collected from various sources, and reviewed using corporate communication logic. The results of this study indicate that Nike's steps are aimed at creating a new impression without leaving the old self-image.
Mohamad Alppy Valdez, Rendro Dhani
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 242-255; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.598

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This paper examines the harness of celebrity endorsers by government organizations as a strategy of political public relations. The purpose of this study was to broaden understanding of how celebrity endorsers and key opinion leaders work in the political realm, notably in supporting government policy. This descriptive-qualitative research uses a single case study on the promulgate efforts of the government’s COVID-19 vaccination program using celebrity endorsements. Literature research and social media material from a celebrity endorser were used as data collection techniques. To discover propaganda techniques, content analysis was performed on Raffi Ahmad’s social media posts. Next, a group discussion with six key informants was held to confirm the findings. Given the context and focus of this study lies on government organizations, we offer a different approach in examining celebrity endorsements by using propaganda theories and concepts. Kahneman’s dual-system theory of fast and slow thinking was also fruitful to rationalize the work of endorsement and relevant to propaganda and other persuasion theories. We found that the key messages that Raffi Ahmad published on his social media contained propaganda elements that had the potential to influence public opinion before making a decision. Therefore, the use of celebrity endorsements by government organizations is likely to be effective in influencing public behavior, or at least in raising awareness of government policies. We conclude that celebrity endorsement can be a plausible option to be implemented in the government communication strategy to achieve certain objectives.
Edy Prihantoro, Rizky Wulan Ramadhani
Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, Volume 6, pp 275-283; https://doi.org/10.25008/jkiski.v6i2.577

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#BlackLivesMatter accompanies several cases of discrimination against the black community. The hashtag was spread by actors who have great influences on Twitter users. The actors create communication network which connected to each other to form opinions about the Black Lives Matter movement. Researchers conducted a study to determine the distribution of #BlackLivesMatter at the actor level for the period 20-27 April 2021 in Twitter. The study used quantitative methods and a positivistic paradigm with a Social Network Analysis (SNA) approach. The results show that the actor with the highest degree of centrality is @jeanmessiha with 238 interactions, the actor with the highest betweenness centrality is @helloagain0611 with a value of 0.000049, the actor with the highest eigenvector centrality is @jeanmessiha with a value of 1 and there are 1,416 actors who have closeness centrality. # BlackLivesMatter has a low diameter value so that it spreads quickly but not too widely, not much reciprocity occurs, not concentrated in one dominant cluster but spread widely in several clusters. The actors play a role in spreading diverse opinions regarding Black Lives Matter, thus creating free discussion in several clusters on Twitter. Opinion widely spread on Twitter creates public opinion regarding the Black Lives Matter movement.
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