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Journal Komunikasi is a peer-review journal published by Department of Communication Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta. We welcome all contributions on the following topics: media, journalism, strategic communication and all field related to communication studies. The article that uses critical theories/perspectives and encourages the spirit of empowerment would be more preferred.
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“Mannequin/Mankind Culture”: Mempertanyakan “Ada” pada Manekin dan Manusia Adam, Luthfi
Jurnal Komunikasi Vol 2, No 2 (2008): Volume 2, Nomor 2, April 2008
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Mannequins attract consumers in every stores and malls. They stand silently, but “speak” loudly to us. They are not just statues, because there are some signs, images, values, and knowledge beyond these phenomena. This article studies the meaning of mannequin in mankind culture based on Heideggers thought about “being”. Then, seeks the relation of this phenomenon to representation and cultural homogenization.
Sinetron Religius: Sinetron Islami? Nazaruddin, Muzayin
Jurnal Komunikasi Vol 2, No 2 (2008): Volume 2, Nomor 2, April 2008
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In 2005-2007, Indonesian electronic cinemas (soup operas) full of religious- mystique contents. This genre usually named as religious or Islamic electronic cinema. These electronic cinemas are popularly considered representing religiosity and Islam. So, the question will be answered by this study is: in these electronic cinemas, what signifying practices which considered as the representation of religiosity and Islam? Answering this question, author applied Barthess semiotics. Some research outcomes were resulted. First, there were more than 44 titles of religious electronic cinemas during 2005-2007. Second, three categories of these cinemas: the story of sinner which being tortured, the story of the successful tough, and the story the sinner which repent. Third, four signifying practices used to show that the content of these electronic cinemas are matching with Islamic doctrine: the titles use Islamic idioms, the resource of stories claimed as fact, use popular Islamic preachers, the narrative is Islamic sermon.
Melacak Ideologi di Balik Gemuruh “Heavy Metal” Junaedi, Fajar
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Heavy metal has been an influential and popular music around the world. Its popularity has reached different countries and nations. As a genre of rock music, heavy metal comes from everyday life experience of the musicians. Heavy metal musicians, mostly, are young. So, heavy metal is fully expressed the resistance of youth. Behind its popularity, heavy metal has ideology that can be articulated in different terms, like as a cock rock and androgyny in gender perspective. The resistance of heavy metal has caused moral panic in dominant class.
Konser Musik di Media: “Common Culture”, Anti-otentisitas dan Budaya Populer al Qadri, M. Ridha
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This article lengthens music concert phenomenon and its reproduction at media. With many perspectives of culture, music concert is reviewed in form of cultural experiences, especially about common culture, media culture, anti authenticity, and popular culture. In this article, entire trend and theoretical observation explored by find beginning references in evaluate contemporary cultural identity of popular music. In fact, the next development of music and media industries are part of complex influence culture in Indonesian society, especially from mediation of musical performance. The aims of the languages from the event, like “Free Your Voice" are integrating and representing culture of popular music.
Hantu Populer di Film Indonesia Muktaf, Zein Muffarih
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Ghost myth is popular in Indonesia. Myth specter appears from the primitive to the modern era. Ghost phenomenon increasingly popular after the movies began to spook a lot of pop. There are several factors that emerged a large number of ghost movies in Indonesia today. One of them is the Eastern faith that believes "naturalism" as a faith, capitalism factor, technology and human progress. Ghost has been commodified into beneficial asset. Thus, myth was distorted by capital accumulation. This phenomenon eventually lead to the identity crisis in the community, especially young people as the main target of these movies.
Mediasi Batik sebagai Budaya Populer: dari Habitus ke Gaya Hidup Christabella, Fionna
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This article explores the mediations of batik commodifications and its implications in popular culture. In some media, batik that commodified forming the assumptions that influence the consumption patterns, life styles, and strategies of social stratification. The media prepares the change and different meaning of batik in contemporary society. Now, batik as fashion cant be understood and identification as material identity of local culture, like batik from Solo or from Pekalongan. Furthermore, some media influence new and popular definitions of batik in contemporary Indonesian society. The definitions are all meanings of batik that relate from commodification in media and modes of consumption in society.
Menginterogasi Budaya: Memperkarakan Metodologi dalam Kajian Budaya Irawanto, Budi
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Methodology in cultural studies has triggered some conflicting discourses hence it has become harder, not easier, to be pined down and defined neatly. Since its inception cultural studies was dubbed as “an intellectual guerrilla” against the rigidity of disciplines in the academia. Further, in cultural studies knowledge is perceived as a practice rather than a sum of abstract propositions or general objective laws. This article argues that methodology in cultural studies is far to be “objective” (as defined by the positivist approach) since it context-bonded influenced by social position, historical moment and particular political agendas.
Membaca Rambut Perempuan di Media Massa Widiastuti, Rina
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This article discusses the importance of woman hair as an identity symbol in relation with the development of information technology and industry. Women hair has became a commodificated human organ. Advertisements of some hair cosmetic products that showed beautiful image of celebrities hair have bother women as media consumers. Media has been continuing to reproduce that image. This cause an identity crisis among women that could send them into a condition called mimetic crisis. Women try hard to “become-a-like” the image that shown in media, especially through advertisements there. Then, the meaning of beautiful is constructed by those advertisements rather than by women. Therefore, women face two options: freedom to express themselves in their own style, or drift into media and industry exploitations.
“Infotainment”: Paradoks Liberalisme dan Representasi Moral Darwinisme Sosial Rianto, Puji
Jurnal Komunikasi Vol 2, No 2 (2008): Volume 2, Nomor 2, April 2008
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The infotainment program, which recently broadcasted a lot, summon controversial among the society. Nahdlatul Ulama even issued the fatwa haram. Purpose of this article is not to extend those arguments, but to explore the ideology beyond it, neo-liberalism and what is the impact Infotainment is a cultural industry product, broadcast in some television stations, which chase only to make a profit. In this situation, infotainment trapped into liberalism paradox, and in any level represent social darwinism moral. As we can see, the infotainment journalists pay a lot of attention to artists personal life, which put some limitation to the artists themselves. In the other hand, to pursue higher rate, journalists frequently don’t care about other people in society.

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