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Tren Gaya Hidup Sehat dan Saluran Komunikasi Pelaku Pola Makan Food Combining Sufa, Siska Armawati; Christantyawati, Nevrettia; Jusnita, Raden Ayu Erni
Jurnal Komunikasi Profesional Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Komunikasi Universitas dr. Soetomo

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   This research is concerned with the dissemination of information about healthy lifestyle trends that have been popular in Indonesia through Food Combining as a process of diffusion of innovation in health communication. By applying the diet Food Combining is expected that the human body will grow healthier, full of energy, and free from disease. Problems to be studied are about: 1) What motivates the perpetrators of diet combining diet in applying a healthy lifestyle? and 2) What channels of communication are used to find information related to diet combining? as well as 3) How to interact with the community of other food combining actors across Indonesia?This research uses qualitative methodology, with the object of research is various media information (print media, social media, and electronic media) along with all communication channel used by food combiner (member or community) Food Combining Indonesia with approach of Innovation Diffusion Theory.The results concluded that food combining is a new trend of healthy lifestyle of today that is motivated physiological needs which is the hierarchy of the most basic human needs to survive, including keeping the body fit and healthy and free from all kinds of diseases. While the communication channels in the process of diffusion of innovation in order to disseminate information and knowledge about healthy food lifestyle trends is done through social media with two-stage communication method which is a combination between the use of mass media channels and interpersonal channels by interacting through: personal contact, chatting applications, social media group, and gathering. Keywords: communication channels, innovation diffusion, health communication, healthy lifestyle, food combining  
PENGARUH PERAN KOMUNIKASI ORANG TUA TERHADAP KEPUTUSAN MAHASISWA BARU DALAM MEMILIH PROGRAM STUDI DI PERGURUAN TINGGI Widiarto, Didik Sugeng; Sufa, Siska Armawati; Riswari, Citra Rani Angga
METAKOM ONLINE Vol 2, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : METAKOM ONLINE

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Permasalahan yang ingin diteliti adalah mengenai: Seberapa besar peran orang tua dari mahasiswa baru dalam pengambilan keputusan pemilihan program studi ketika memasuki jenjang perguruan tinggi?Riset berbasis survey ini menggunakan metodologi kuantitatif, dengan obyek penelitiannya adalah mahasiswa baru di salah satu perguruan tinggi swasta di Jawa Timur dengan berbagai program studi yang berbeda, kemudianhasil temuan data di lapangan akan dianalisis secara asosiatif yang berbentuk kausal. Hal ini menunjukkan bahwa terjadi hubungan yang signifikan antara antara peran komunikasi orang tua (X) dengan keputusan mahasiswa dalam memilih program studi di perguruan tinggi (Y) dan hubungan antara keduanya positif. Artinya jika peran komunikasi orang tua (X) mengalami peningkatan, akan terjadi kecenderungan peningkatan keputusan mahasiswa dalam memilih program studi di perguruan tinggi (Y) dan demikian pula sebaliknya.Kata kunci: peran komunikasi orang tua, perguruan tinggi, program studi, pengambilan keputusan.
MALAPRAKTIK DALAM TINDAK TUTUR KESEHATAN: KAJIAN PERSPEKTIF KOMUNIKASI ANTARA DOKTER DENGAN PASIEN Sufa, Siska Armawati; Widiarto, Didik Sugeng
Jurnal Riset Komunikasi Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Februari 2018
Publisher : Asosiasi Pendidikan Tinggi Ilmu Komuniasi (ASPIKOM) Wilayah Riau

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Health communication has been defined as referring to any type of human communication whose content is concerned with health (Roger, 1996). This study describe about health communication, especially communication between physicians and hospitals as medical providers with their patients, and examines descriptively about how the communication between the doctors of RSUD Sultan Imanuddin Pangkalan Bun to the families of victims, Zacky as a patient. This research uses qualitative approach with the findings of data from interviews. The results conclude that the alleged malpractice case in Zacky's as a victim at RSUD Sultan Imanuddin Pangkalan Bun, is a manifestation of paternalistic model is the most dominant in past time used in health communication between physicians and patients that positioning is dominated by physicians, in this case who put the Zacky family as a passive object who submit all health and safety affairs to medical team. By contrast, the most useful model for healing a patient that the physician should adhere to is the Shared Model, which puts patients as subjects with socio-cultural background, values, hopes, feelings, desires, worries, and also crave for happiness and even save their lives from medical treatment. By using Shared Treatment Decision Making between the physicians and the patients regarding the medical action to be taken, accordingly the story about malpractice would not exist in the history of medicine in Indonesia would.