Volume 1 Nomor 2, Desember 2004

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Teori Komunikasi:Kisah Pengalaman Amerika
André Hardjana

Abstract: Being an interdisciplinary science, communication ows its key concepts and theoreties to other scientific fields. The body of communication knowledge grew out of research works undertaken by those scholars who were actively involved in the various activities related to the war information management, some of whom were then pronounced ‘founding fathers’ of communication research. This article briefly reviews the intensive interactions among those founding fathers during the war whose ideas were then drown together to constitute the communication field of study. Schramm was the institutionalizer of this new field of communication study. The development of communication theory now is largely depending on the various research works undertaken by those researchers  ffiliated with either the departments of communication or the schools of journalism mass communication in the US and Canada.

Perkembangan Hubungan Perkawinan: Kajian Tahap-Tahap Perkembangan Hubungan Antarpribadi pada Suami-Istri Katolik

Perkembangan Hubungan Perkawinan: Kajian Tahap-Tahap Perkembangan Hubungan Antarpribadi pada Suami-Istri Katolik

Anne Suryani

Abstract: Focus of this research is the interpersonal relation growth phases in marriage at different marriage age. The analysis relies on the theory of The phases of interpersonal relation growth from Devito ( 2001), namely phase of Contact, Involvement, Intimacy, Deterioration, Repair, and Dissolution. Research shows that interpersonal relations of couple in Chatolic marriage develop through the phase: Contact, Involvement, Intimacy, Deterioration, and Repair phase. The Dissolution phase is not (yet) experienced by the informan because of principle of Chatolic marriage they believe. Marriage age does not relate to the relationship growth. The relationship growth itself varies in term of time, situation and process

Digitalisasi Masyarakat: Menilik Kekuatan dan Kelemahan Dinamika Era Informasi Digital dan Masyarakat Informasi
AG. Eka Wenats Wuryantai

Abstract: Some adagium which have been told by modern communications growth observer show that information become one of the vital element in society. Information become a fundamental requirement so that can be expressed as the lifeblood that sustains political, social and business decision. As a consequence, society has to expose themself with the growth and new media dynamics and global communications. The rotation in production, consumption and information distribution is faster experienced of and owned by global new society system supported by economic and extention power, global information system network and also contributed by digital technology. This Paper will explain some of alternative discourse to see the excess and weakness of information technologization process which finally instruct the society at digital era.

Community Relations: Bentuk Tanggung Jawab Sosial Organisasi
G. Arum Yudarwati

Abstract: Community relations is performed as an institution’s planned, active, and continuing participation with and within a community to maintain and enhance its environment to the benefit of both the institution and the community. Community relations will reduce conflict and help to discover the best policy that lead to wellbeing community through the establishment of social capital as part of corporate social responsibility. At the macro level, the system approach and communitarian approach give perspectives to explain the interaction between organization with its environment. At the mezzo level, the community relations should be supported by its function in organization. Finally at the micro level, public relations practitioners should take a significant role in organizations.

 


Newspaper Language in Representing Ethnic Violence: Textual Analysis of Kompas dan Republika Newspapers
Prayudi

Abstract: The reconceptualization of ethnicity came to its peak when the New Order regime introduced the policy of ‘suku’ (ethnic), ‘agama’ (religion), ‘ras’ (racial) or ‘antar golongan’ (inter-group). The policy, known as SARA, was meant to limit and control public interpretation over all socio-political conflicts that may endanger national stability and to restrict languages used in the news media. The policy had became the main foundation of all government policies related to society. Conflicts should be avoided and difference within society was intolerable. The Indonesian press then faced a dilemma when it came to reporting issues of ethnicity. On one side, they had an obligation to report the news to public; on the other side, the concept of SARA had become an unwritten law to restrict the press from reporting the issue. Further, the government could revoke the publishing permits without any warning it thought that the press had broken the law. The objective of the research was to define and analyze the usage of language in national newspapers in representing ethnicity issues. The analysis focused on the 1997 ethnic violence in West Kalimantan.

 

 

Media Literacy: Agenda “Pendidikan” Nasional yang Terabaikan

 

Rahayu


Abstract: The complexcity of the media’s problem in determining media policy can not be solved only by structural approach. The cultural approach is also needed in getting people participation and involvement to solve that problem. When the effect of media become an important issue in the relationship between media and the public, the media should not only be regulated, but the public should be involved and given the opportunity to play important role making the media to be part of public life and helping the public to solve their life. People’s empowerment in this cultural approach can be conducted through the program of media literacy. This movement as a public power and identity certainly has influence to the media.

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