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Widyastuti, Dhyah Ayu Retno. "Using New Media and Social Media in Disaster Communication." Komunikator 13, no. 2 (November 13, 2021): 100–111. http://dx.doi.org/10.18196/jkm.12074.

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New media and social media have changed the frame of communication that appears quickly, is interactive, and has no geographical boundaries. The media plays an essential role in disseminating accurate and responsible information in a disaster situation. The strategy of using communication media will reduce the impacts arising from disasters in the mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery phases. Through a literature review, the author presents disaster communication, strategies, and using media in disasters. The research use case studies are the natural disaster of Mount Merapi and the Covid-19 pandemic to represent non-natural disasters. The results of the analysis show that sensitivity to the situation is an adequate response in a disaster. Furthermore, new media and social media tend to be sufficient as the primary source of information for the public, coordination, and fundraising. The effectiveness of media use in the Merapi disaster is the beginning of new media and social media in disaster communication in Indonesia. This media is also used in disaster management during the COVID-19 pandemic. The use of media in both case studies is considered adequate to reduce the negative impacts arising from the disaster. It is hoped this idea will contribute to disaster communication studies.
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Purbokusumo, Yuyun, and Anang Dwi Santoso. "Predictor for local government social media use in Indonesia." Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance 23, no. 6 (October 28, 2021): 533–52. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/dprg-12-2018-0082.

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Purpose This study aims to test the impact of technological acceptance and trust toward e-government (TTEG), as well as perceived risk (PR) on the attitude toward using (AT) and the actual use (AU) of social media. This study also intends to examine the theoretical extension of the technology acceptance model by adding two variables, namely, TTEG and PR. Design/methodology/approach A total of 125 social media officers (SMO) were asked to fill out the questionnaire. To analyze the data, the researcher used the partial least square method using WarpPLS 6.0. Findings The findings of this study indicated that perceived ease of use (PEOU) has a positive and significant impact on perceived usefulness (PU). In addition, while PEOU, PU and TTEG influence AT significantly and positively, this research found that PR has no impact on AT. Furthermore, the authors also confirmed the positive and significant influence on AT, TTEG and AU. Meanwhile, PR has a significant and negative effect on AU. Research limitations/implications This study first used non-probability sampling and as a consequence, that result could not be generalized. Another limitation is that this study used self-perceptual measures. Practical implications The study found that PR and TTEG are essential factors for increasing the use of social media by local government. Therefore, policymakers must create regional regulations to reduce risk and increase the trust of SMO. In addition, this study found that technology acceptance also had an effect on increasing activity on social media. For this reason, training in the use of social media is needed for SMO to increase the quality of content produced and citizen engagement. Originality/value Previous research has tried to look at the population’s characteristics, education levels, internet penetration and economic potential. Unfortunately, these studies did not highlight the capabilities of human resources, which in this case were the SMO.
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Pajriah, Siti Nurlailatul, David Rizar Nugroho, and Feri Ferdinan Alamsyah. "Analisis Hubungan Keterdedahan Media dengan Partisipasi Berpolitik Mahasiswa pada Program Indonesia Lawyers Club di TV One (Kasus Mahasiswa Ilmu Politik Insitut Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Jakarta)." Jurnal Penelitian Sosial Ilmu Komunikasi 3, no. 2 (June 1, 2019): 96–109. http://dx.doi.org/10.33751/jpsik.v3i2.1294.

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AbstractAnalysis of Media Dependency Relations with Student Political Participation at the Indonesian Lawyers Club Program on Tv One" (Case of Political Science Students of the Jakarta Institute of Social and Political Sciences). Communication Studies Program Broadcasting Concentration, Faculty of Social and Cultural Sciences (FISIB) Pakuan University Bogor. Supervised by Dr. David Rizar Nugroho M.Si. The objectives of the study were (1) Analyzing how students were exposed to the Indonesia Lawyers Club program on Tv One, (2) Analyzing how the political participation of students in Indonesia Lawyers Club program on Tv One, (3) Analyzing the relationship between Indonesia Lawyers Club program on Tv One and political participation of students. This research is a quantitative that produces statistical data using quantitative descriptive methods. Data used questionnaire method or questionnaire and literature study. The population and sample in this study were political science students from the Jakarta Institute of Social and Political Sciences who had watched Indonesia Lawyers Club on Tv One with accidental sampling. The research instrument tested the validity of the Pearson Product Moment reliability with Cronbach's Alpha. Data analyzed technique used is the average score and correlation test. The results show that: (1) In the media discontinuation variable the duration indicator of the majority of respondents watching Indonesia Lawyers Club 10-20 minutes in one watch. (2) Indicator of frequency of watching Indonesian Lawyers Club, the majority of respondents watch twice a month. (3) There is a significant relationship between media exposure and student political participation which is obtained by Pearson Product Moment correlation test for ratio, interval and ordinal data.Keywords: media dependency, political participation, relationships
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Abdi Kusuma, Rafles. "PERSEPSI REMAJA TERHADAP SEXTING DI MEDIA SOSIAL." MEDIOVA: Journal of Islamic Media Studies 1, no. 1 (May 31, 2021): 81–98. http://dx.doi.org/10.32923/medio.v1i1.1697.

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This article aims to discuss about sexting, which is a social phenomenon that is currently happening, especially among teenagers. Sexting activity is a method of interaction through social networks in adolescents that is being reconstructed and redefined through communication technology. The vulnerability of teenagers to sexting on social media cannot be denied. A sexting case recently occurred in Bangka 2019, namely a threat to young women from Pangkalpinang who were forced to do topless chests while making video calls on whatsapp social media. Based on a review of previous studies examining the phenomenon of sexting, the findings of these studies have shown a tendency for teenagers in the world to consider sexting a "normal" activity. Therefore, it is necessary to understand how teenagers perceptions on sexting. So that various educational efforts to overcome the negative impact of internet use related to pornography in Indonesia can be maximally and accurately targeted.
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Widyaningrum, Novi, and Laksono Trisnantoro. "Knowledge Mobilization of Anti-vaccine Movement in Social Media." PCD Journal 10, no. 1 (December 30, 2022): 181–219. http://dx.doi.org/10.22146/pcd.v10i1.5898.

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This study observes social movement in digitalized world along with its role in public policy process. It is especially on how the social movement has access as well as spread and was formed the knowledge in the digitalized world. This study is essential to be further explored in order to enrich the theories of governance and public policies in the digital era. The case to be studied here is anti-vaccine movement in Facebook which has developed in the digitalized world in the context of socio-politics of the Indonesian people in 2018-2019 and using a Content Analysis as method. This study result is that the Anti-vaccine Movement in Indonesia rejected the vaccine program by attacking knowledge hegemony created by medical institutions and government. It has formed a new knowledge by issuing a counter discourse toward the medical discourse. The argument centered on moral anger and structural repression by government agencies, worldwide institutions, pharmacy industries and media and shows the strong logic based on the religious believe idea. This fact shows that the social media plays a role in spreading the ideas of anti-vaccine and gives a way for the movement to develop and to have a strong network which is dynamic and can survive for a long period of time. By mobilizing knowledge through a social movement in the digitalized world, the anti-vaccine movement in Indonesia has a wider network and has a potential to influence the successful of the government program.
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Hanafi, Hanafi. "Sistem Komunikasi Politik Libertarian Di Indonesia (Studi Kasus Program Indonesia Lawyer Club (ILC) TVONE)." ArtComm : Jurnal Komunikasi dan Desain 2, no. 02 (November 5, 2019): 1–6. http://dx.doi.org/10.37278/artcomm.v2i02.191.

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This paper aims to find, find out various data and information about the attractions of political communication in Indonesia (the case of the Indonesia Laweyer Club (ILC) Tv-ONE program. this is a type of qualitative research using descriptive methods based on observation and literature studies, the results that can be explained that the program cared for by senior journalist Karni Ilyas is so free and free to display a variety of discussion themes, both concerning legal issues, ideology, politics, economics, social culture, military, etc. This program is packaged in a straightforward, transparent, and even blunt manner with regard to state affairs in various fields above TV One itself as one of the national private media in Indonesia, appeared together with the euphoria of extraordinary freedom. from various the rest of this ILC program implies the attraction of political communication that fulfills its characteristics as a libertarian media.
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Salsabilla, Farah Pasha, and Dyah Rahmawati Hizbaron. "Understanding Community Collective Behaviour Through Social Media Responses: Case of Sunda Strait Tsunami, 2018, Indonesia." E3S Web of Conferences 325 (2021): 01021. http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/202132501021.

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The Sunda Strait Tsunami which occurred on 22nd December 2018 is one among too many examples of a rapid on-set disaster that attracted public attention through Twitter. This sudden event had a massive impact on parts of the west coast of Banten Province, Indonesia. Therefore, this research aimed to evaluate the collective response reflected on Twitter due to the 2018 Sunda Strait Tsunami. Previous studies shows the utilization of crowd sourcing data from social media for community capacity and quick assessment of disaster impacts. Therefore, the characteristics of people’s responses on social media based on spatio-temporal attributes needs to be understood first to build better understanding about the information that can be used for emergency response strategies consideration. This research method involved a spatial statistics approach, while data collection and descriptive analysis were carried out based on Twitter word cloud data. This analysis showed that temporally, the highest number of tweets was generated at the beginning of the disaster period with downward trend into the end of phase. As for spatially, people in directly affected areas by the disaster tend to give negative sentiments as their expression of sadness and fears towards the disaster. The content of the tweets involved asking for help, reporting on the current situation, and confirming the news on accounts belonging to government agencies. Furthermore, people in areas that were not directly affected produced tweets with more positive sentiment with expressions of condolences, sympathy, gratitude and invitations for volunteers and social actions.
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Syahputra, Iswandi. "Social Media Activities and the 212 Movement: The Indonesian Ulema Council’s Perspective." Al-Jami'ah: Journal of Islamic Studies 58, no. 2 (December 20, 2020): 323–54. http://dx.doi.org/10.14421/ajis.2020.582.323-354.

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This article discusses the perspective of the Indonesian Ulema Council (Majelis Ulama Indonesia – MUI) regarding social media activities and the 212 Movement, referring to the Aksi Bela Islam (Action to Defend Islam) in Jakarta. MUI’s perspective is of utmost importance as MUI is seen as playing an important role in triggering the 212 Movement, which was carried out as a protest against the perceived religious blasphemy committed by the Jakarta Special Capital Region Governor at the time, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Ahok). MUI’s fatwa on Ahok subsequently led to a disagreement in defending religion or defending the state, and it had been openly and unrestrictedly debated among netizens on social media. Social media activities (chiefly Twitter) relating to this case had positioned MUI’s fatwa in numerous discussions that were littered with various expressions of hatred. This article aims to contribute a novel understanding pertaining to the relations between religion, ulema, fatwa, and social media activities. [Artikel ini membahas perspektif MUI terhadap aktifitas social media yang terkait dengan Aksi Bela Islam 212 di Jakarta. Pembahasan ini penting karena MUI dianggap berperan penting dalam memicu gerakan Aksi Bela Islam, yang merupakan protes terhadap Ahok karena dianggap telah melakukan penodaan agama. Fatwa MUI tersebut berakibat pada ketidaksetujuan dalam membela agama atau membela negara dan secara terbuka dan tidak terbatas memunculkan debat netizen di media sosial (utamanya Twitter), serta menjadi bahan diskusi yang mengarah pada ekspresi kebencian. Artikel ini juga menawarkan sebuah pemahaman baru terkait hubungan antara agama, ulama, fatwa dan aktivitas dalam media sosial.]
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Maryani, Eni, Preciosa Alnashava Janitra, and Detta Rahmawan. "“Aliansi Laki-Laki Baru”: The Role of Social Media in Promoting Gender Equality in Indonesia." SALASIKA: Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Studies 1, no. 2 (July 31, 2018): 117–32. http://dx.doi.org/10.36625/sj.v1i2.19.

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A report from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in 2016 says that Indonesia is still struggling to close its gender equality gap. However, looking at the development of internet usage and the penetration of social media in Indonesia, it can be said that Indonesia has the opportunity to utilize social media to address various gender issues. This article uses a case study to explore and analyze the way “Aliansi Laki-Laki Baru” (ALLB) or “New Men’s Alliance”, a form of activism which emphasizes the importance of men's involvement in fighting for gender equality, utilizes social media to promote their ideas. As a social movement, ALLB consistently use social media to reach their audiences, engage their partners, and creating a sense of community. They focus in promoting mutual relationships between men and women and the importance of men’s involvement to support gender equality. The study on men’s involvement in promoting the agenda of feminism and gender issues is critical, yet there are still few studies in the context of Indonesia. This study shows that through ALLB, advocacy on gender issues has undergone a fundamental change that does not make women as the main focus but rather on men, and their role to fight for gender equality and justice for women.
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Noviyanti, Vivi, Debra Hidayat, and Z. Hidayat. "Environmental care communication in the Zero Waste Indonesia community: A case study of the #TukarBaju digital campaign." Fashion, Style & Popular Culture 9, no. 4 (October 1, 2022): 555–82. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/fspc_00160_1.

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The Zero Waste Indonesia community carried out a social media campaign with the hashtag #TukarBaju out of concern for textile waste. This study aims to analyse the social movement and environmental communication of the Zero Waste community through Instagram. Qualitative descriptive research was conducted with semiotic analysis to interpret the interactions, communications and transactions of sustainable values and knowledge sharing within and outside the community. The data were gathered from the community activities in two years (April 2019‐March 2021), with a sample of 24 posted texts and visuals. Content analysis was carried out through coding according to the construct of the concepts covered in environmental communication. The results showed that the @tukarbaju community built eco-friendly awareness and has become its social movement awareness agent. The community digitally conducted women empowerment for environmental care and invited viewers to join the social movement to reduce textile waste and care for environmental sustainability. Knowledge sharing was done persuasively through digital visual and verbal campaigns. The campaigns with actionable hashtags are examples of collaborations. In addition, some of the content categories in the @tukarbaju Instagram account have been educational to build awareness for half a decade.
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Dissertations / Theses on the topic "Social media – Indonesia – Case studies"

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Aryo, Bagus. "Comparative social policy : case studies of Indonesia and Japan /." [St. Lucia, Qld.], 2003. http://www.library.uq.edu.au/pdfserve.php?image=thesisabs/absthe16961.pdf.

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Gu, Mini. "Engaging Museum Visitors through Social Media: Multiple Case Studies of Social Media Implementation in Museums." The Ohio State University, 2012. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=osu1325275682.

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Freij, Martin, and Andreas Gartnell. "Political Parties in Social Media : A case study of political parties’ crisis management in social media." Thesis, Linnéuniversitetet, Institutionen för marknadsföring (MF), 2014. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:lnu:diva-35242.

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Title: Political Parties’ in Social Media - A case study of political parties’ crisis management in social media Introduction: The emergence of social media platforms has transformed how organizations communicate with stakeholders. The concept of social media is top of agenda for many business executives today. While some argue social media to provide unique opportunities for organizations, others argue the opposite. The rise of social media enables crises to escalate, implying that organizations need to have well-established crisis management strategies. In the Swedish election of 2014, social media is predicted to have enormous influence on the end result for the political parties. Prior to this thesis, no previous research has looked deeper into the context of crisis management in social media for political parties in Sweden. It is in the political context where this study contributes to the research area. Purpose: The aim of this paper is to investigate political parties’ crisis management in social media, using strategies developed for commercial organizations, and thereby contribute to the research of non-commercial organizations. Methodology: A triangulation method was used of semi structured interviews and archival analysis on four crises of political parties. Eight parties in the Swedish parliament where deliberately selected. However, only four of the parties, Socialdemokraterna (S), Sverigedemokraterna (SD), Vänsterpartiet (V) and Centerpartiet (C), had the possibility to participate in the study. Conclusion: (S), (V) and (C) all used both Facebook and Twitter as a crisis communication channel especially due to its speed and spread. However, (SD) did not use social media as crisis communication channel. The crisis management in social media of each party could improve immensely, however limited resources of employees and finance was found to be the main reasons holding the progress back. Conclusively, dialogue strategies and to some extent response strategies used by commercial organizations are indeed frequently used by political parties as well.
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Muzaffar, Aneela. "COVID-19 pandemic and social media : The Swedish case." Thesis, Högskolan i Halmstad, Akademin för hälsa och välfärd, 2020. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:hh:diva-42418.

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This thesis explains the role of social media in the COVID-19. It also discusses that what does the Swedish social media users think about the behavior of Sweden in this crisis situation. In depth interviews were conducted and results were analyzed qualitatively.
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Sagala, Saut Aritua Hasiholan. "System Analysis of Social Resilience against Volcanic Risks Case Studies of Merapi, Indonesia and Mt.Sakurajima, Japan." 京都大学 (Kyoto University), 2009. http://hdl.handle.net/2433/88040.

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Kyoto University (京都大学)
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京都大学大学院工学研究科都市社会工学専攻
(主査)教授 岡田 憲夫, 教授 小林 潔司, 教授 多々納 裕一
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Fridolf, Malin, and Alem Arnautovic. "Social Media Marketing : A case study of Saab Automobile AB." Thesis, Högskolan Väst, Institutionen för ekonomi och informatik, 2011. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:hv:diva-3379.

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Background and problem discussion: Today companies literally fight for consumers' attention. Competition has forced both marketers and companies to seek new unconventional ways to communicate with the market. This has lead to the development of the phenomenon known as social media. This form of media describes a selection of user generated content created by consumers’ to educate each other about products, brands, services, personalities and issues. Social media have become a major factor in influencing different aspects of consumer behavior including awareness, information acquisition, opinions, attitudes, purchase behavior, and post-purchase communication and evaluation. Purpose: Our study focuses on describing how and explaining why companies use social media in their marketing communication strategy. Methodology: We have used a hermeneutic and qualitative approach in our study. Our research is both descriptive and explanatory. The study is also of an abductive nature, relying on empirical data and theoretical conceptions. Our empirical data was collected through a personal interview with our case company, and through the company’s social media applications. Conclusions: Companies should use social media in their marketing communications because it allows them to inform their customers and create a two-way communication. This communication can help companies to influence consumers and differentiate themselves. It can also help strengthen the corporate identity, build confidence for the company as well as create relationships. Social media is a cost effective way to become global and create reach.
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Khurshudyan, Eliza. "Social Movements and Social Media : the case of the Armenian 'velvet' revolution." Thesis, Stockholms universitet, JMK, 2019. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-169816.

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Depending on the political environment, economic, cultural and social factors, the digital era provides new opportunities and constraints for mobilization of social movements.The current research was focused on exploring how protest leaders and activists used and perceived social media as a tool for communication and organization during the movement “take a step, #RejectSerzh”; a series of peaceful, anti-governmental protests which led to a shift of governmental power in Armenia. Prior work dedicated to unpacking the relationship between social movements and social media have focused on a few empirical cases. Hence, a case study of a yet underexplored social movement can add to this strand of literature. The methodological approach displayed in this study follows a mixed-method model. Interviews with activists of the movement “take a step, #RejectSerzh” and content analysis of official social media accounts of leaders of the movement “take a step, #RejectSerzh” were expected to provide a diverse perspective on social media tactics during the movement. The results implied that social media were perceived as one of the main contributors to the fulfilment of objectives of the movement “take a step, #RejectSerzh” in multiple ways: social media allowed for fast communication, decentralized organization, testimony of the non-violent nature of the movement, as well as validation of the movement through transparency of action (most importantly, in real-time). There was a strong indication that live video broadcasting function on Facebook was generally perceived as a tool with more capacities for contentious politics. Meanwhile, the results suggest that the movement “take a step, #RejectSerzh” could be perceived as a continuity of previous social movements, the negative experience gained from which curbed the overall tactics of the movement, rather than a result of immediate grievances. Nonetheless, the role of human emotions, such as fear, hope and will, was at the centre of interpretations of how the activists experienced the movement.
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Koert, Robinus Gerardus van. "Electronic media in rural development individual freedoms to choose versus politics of power and control : case studies on Vietnam, Indonesia and Peru /." [S.l. : Amsterdam : s.n.] ; Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2001. http://dare.uva.nl/document/58979.

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Kallur, Martin. "Queer Love in Social Media Marketing : A Case Study of Same-Sex Couple Representations in Watch Brand Daniel Wellington’s Social Media Channels." Thesis, Linköpings universitet, Tema Genus, 2018. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-152000.

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On Valentine’s day 2018, Swedish watchmaker Daniel Wellington posted a photo of a gay male couple followed by a caption celebrating the love between the two subjects. The photo was posted to the brand’s Instagram account reaching an audience of four million followers. The brand’s followers responded with great amounts of engagement ranging from excitement and support for featuring a same-sex couple, to almost equal amounts homophobic disapproval. This thesis, a case study of Daniel Wellington’s social media and social media staff, examines the effects of including same-sex couples in social media marketing. Previous research on LGBTQ+ representation in advertising has identified the polarizing reactions same-sex couples in marketing usually evoke. Using existing literature on the subject as a theoretical framework, this thesis analyzes the effects of including two photos of same-sex couples, one male-male couple and one female-female couple, in Daniel Wellington’s Instagram account. A statistical analysis of the reactions to these photos on Instagram will be followed by interviews with the brand’s social media staff in order to explore the corporate response to the reactions to the social media representations of same-sex couples. This thesis will suggest, partially in line with previous research, that the social media content featuring same-sex couples created a lot of engagement among its followers, with comparatively high levels of polarization. The data identified a significant difference between how the gay male couple and the same-sex female couple were evaluated. Additionally, the interviews with the social media staff suggest that, despite the high levels of negative reactions, including same-sex couples in their social media channels did not have a deterring effect on their commitment to include more types of diversity in the brand’s social media feeds. The interviews with the social media staff indicate that the experience of including same-sex couples in the brand’s social media marketing efforts had the effect of raising awareness of issues of homophobia among the staff members.
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Lee, Jihyun. "Boycotting in the age of social media: the case of #NoJapan movement in South Korea." Thesis, Uppsala universitet, Medier och kommunikation, 2020. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-413944.

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The advent of the digital era has brought transformation to various practices including consumer boycotts. Social media has enhanced consumer power and most boycott actions have an online presence so that their influence is no longer limited to specific geographical areas. Instead, there is a far-reaching global impact through online platform technologies. This study aims to fill in the gap in existing research on consumer boycotts by addressing the impact of social media on this practice. Using the case of the #NoJapan movement in SouthKorea, the thesis discusses the transformatory trends and changing motivations of consumer boycotts in the times of social media. The theoretical frameworks used in the analysis process include Self-Determination Theory and The Honeycomb of Social Media Framework which help explain diverse motivation factors, types of motivation, and social media functionalities. This research uses a mixed-methods approach to conducting in-depth interviews of #NoJapanparticipants and analyzing posts related to this particular boycott campaign. The main focus of this process is to investigate social media utilization and boycott motivation shown in the#NoJapan case. The findings of the study show the diversity of practices prevalent in social media use by people engaging with #NoJapan boycotts in the online environment. Moreover, the finding problematizes the social media space as one which has both positive and negative effects on an individual’s boycott motivation. This thesis has made significant contributions to the field of SDT and boycott studies by expanding their perspective on online interaction.
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Books on the topic "Social media – Indonesia – Case studies"

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Koert, Robinus Gerardus van. Electronic media in rural development: Individual freedoms to choose versus politics of power and control : case studies on Vietnam, Indonesia and Peru. [Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2001.

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1961-, Thomson Elizabeth A., and White, P. R. R. 1956-, eds. Communicating conflict: Multilingual case studies of the news media. London: Continuum, 2008.

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Thomson, Elizabeth A., and P. R. R. White. Communicating conflict: Multilingual case studies of the news media. London: Continuum, 2010.

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A, Logan Robert. Social responsibility and science news: Four case studies. Washington, D.C: Media Institute, 1997.

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Kushendrawati, Selu Margaretha. Hiperrealitas dan ruang publik: Sebuah analisis cultural studies. Jakarta: Penaku, 2011.

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Fine, Robert. The big book of social media: Case studies, stories, perspectives. Tulsa, Okla: Yorkshire Pub., 2010.

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Krishna, Sen. Media, culture, and politics in Indonesia. Jakarta: Equinox Pub., 2007.

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Krishna, Sen. Media, culture, and politics in Indonesia. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2000.

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Keller, Anett. Tantangan dari dalam: Otonomi redaksi di 4 media cetak nasional : Kompas, Koran Tempo, Media Indonesia, Republika. Jakarta: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2009.

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Keller, Anett. Tantangan dari dalam: Otonomi redaksi di 4 media cetak nasional : Kompas, Koran Tempo, Media Indonesia, Republika. Jakarta: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2009.

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Book chapters on the topic "Social media – Indonesia – Case studies"

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Paryanto, Achmad Nurmandi, Zuly Qodir, and Danang Kurniawan. "Eradicating Terrorist Networks on Social Media: Case Studies of Indonesia." In Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, 433–42. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-93677-8_38.

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Pang, Natalie, Debbie Goh, and Abdul Rohman. "The Impacts of Mobile Social Media on Collective Action: Two Case Studies from Singapore and Indonesia." In Mobile Communication in Asia: Local Insights, Global Implications, 143–56. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-024-0917-8_8.

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Al-khateeb, Samer, and Nitin Agarwal. "Case Studies of Deviance in Social Media." In SpringerBriefs in Cybersecurity, 79–94. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-13690-1_5.

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Bascur, Camila, Catalina Montecinos, and Veronica Mansilla. "Ethical Design in e-Commerce: Case Studies." In Social Computing and Social Media: Experience Design and Social Network Analysis, 421–36. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-77626-8_28.

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Collazos, César A., Jaime Muñoz Arteaga, Zayra Jaramillo, Daniyal M. Alghazzawi, and Habib M. Fardoun. "Interaction Design Patterns from a Multicultural Perspective: Case Studies Panama, Colombia and Spain." In Social Computing and Social Media, 3–11. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-39910-2_1.

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Dong, Ruihai, Michael P. O’Mahony, Kevin McCarthy, and Barry Smyth. "Case-Studies in Mining User-Generated Reviews for Recommendation." In Advances in Social Media Analysis, 105–27. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-18458-6_6.

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Farmer, Jane, Anthony McCosker, Kath Albury, and Amir Aryani. "Case Studies of Data Projects." In Data for Social Good, 27–62. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore, 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-5554-9_2.

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AbstractThree illustrative case studies are provided of non-profit organisations’ data projects conducted by the authors, with partner non-profits, during 2017–2021. The case studies all use a collaborative data action methodology, but differ in the nature of datasets analysed, visualisations and data products generated. Case Study 1 included government departments and agencies and used datasets from public consultation, social media and news media. It generated timeline and topic visualisations about changes in the public conversation about family violence following a new policy. Case Study 2 engaged staff across several departments of three non-profits of different sizes and used operational data plus open public data to show the impact of mental health and youth employment programmes and to inform staff retention policy. Case Study 3 describes a data collaborative involving six non-profits and a bank that united to geospatially analyse internal data of organisations and open public data to examine community resilience. Overall, project participants benefitted from new learning about working with data and built relationships within and across organisations.
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Jeraj, Julij, Andrej Fink, Alison Lyle, Tony Day, and Kevin Blair. "Preliminary ATHENA Case Studies: Test-Bed Development and Delivery." In Application of Social Media in Crisis Management, 193–204. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-52419-1_12.

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Khan, Gohar Feroz. "Social Media-based Government Explained: Utilization Model, Implementation Scenarios, and Relationships." In Case Studies in e-Government 2.0, 15–28. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-08081-9_2.

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Leventakis, Georgios, George Kokkinis, and George Papalexandratos. "Community Policing Case Studies: Proposing a Social Media Approach." In Community Policing - A European Perspective, 139–56. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-53396-4_11.

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Conference papers on the topic "Social media – Indonesia – Case studies"

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Aggarwal, Vaishali. "Spaces of becoming - Space shapes public and public (re)shapes their own spaces." In 55th ISOCARP World Planning Congress, Beyond Metropolis, Jakarta-Bogor, Indonesia. ISOCARP, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.47472/ncih2289.

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Fights over the ‘right to the city’ have emphasized the interests of the four main actors within the city development of India since the first cases of revolting social movements in Delhi. The four actors can be classified as the social movements, the public, media and the government. The case of India Gate in Delhi is illustrative not only of how the differences between the actors come into surface, but of also of how these actors change their priorities, their stance and their tools, in order to secure their position in the city. Many scholars have analysed the role of social movements and how it evolves in the process. But what about the role of government as an entity that is in between the interests of social movements, public and media? How and why do they change their stance when a movement takes place? What are their limitations? The India Gate case can give the answers to these questions, as it examines the multiple transformations of this space over time. This paper emphasizes on the idea of Space. How space shapes public and public (re)shape their own spaces. India gate. This space has been stuck between the idea of being a space or a branded space. It was assumed that media plays a prominent role in acting like a watchdog in democracies, but this paper looks at how media if used rightfully can be forced for a good in oppressive regimes and therefore, a vigilant and alert media can act as an external trigger or an emergency- wake up call for the youth of India to take the cause of freedom seriously. Rightfully as put up by Ritish (2012), an external event or issue may allow for the manifestation of a flash fandom in the form of flash activism. Since, social movement’s needs mass media attention for amplification of their claims, the media also join the movements too create the news. Lastly, the consequences of the media coverage for social movements, in terms of organisation, reaching political change and obtaining favourable public opinion is comprehended in three different case studies.
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Aini, Qurrotul, and Nur Hidayah. "Measurement of Social Technology Use in Islamic University Institutions in Indonesia (A Case Study)." In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Quran and Hadith Studies Information Technology and Media in Conjunction with the 1st International Conference on Islam, Science and Technology, ICONQUHAS & ICONIST, Bandung, October 2-4, 2018, Indonesia. EAI, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.4108/eai.2-10-2018.2295591.

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Fardy, Rizka, and Hendra Kaprisma. "The Amnesty Case of Baiq Nuril: A Study of Information Technology and the Virtue of News Media within Society." In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies (formerly ICCSSIS), ICCSIS 2019, 24-25 October 2019, Medan, North Sumatera, Indonesia. EAI, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.4108/eai.24-10-2019.2290574.

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Darmastuti, Ari, Astiwi Inayah, Khairunnisa Simbolon, and Moh Nizar. "Social Media, Public Participation, and Digital Diplomacy." In 2nd International Indonesia Conference on Interdisciplinary Studies (IICIS 2021). Paris, France: Atlantis Press, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.211206.006.

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Aristamy, I. Gusti Ayu Agung Mas, and Apol Pribadi Subriadi. "Prioritization Framework of Information Technology Investment at Regional Banks (Case Study: Indonesia)." In 2019 5th International Conference on New Media Studies (CONMEDIA). IEEE, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/conmedia46929.2019.8981814.

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Syahid, Agus, Dadang Sudana, and Andika Dutha Bachari. "Hate Speech and Blasphemy on Social Media in Indonesia: Forensic Linguistic Studies." In International Congress of Indonesian Linguistics Society (KIMLI 2021). Paris, France: Atlantis Press, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.211226.001.

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Muharam, M., and K. Marijan. "Social Media and the 212 Islamic Movement." In Proceedings of the 19th Annual International Conference on Islamic Studies, AICIS 2019, 1-4 October 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia. EAI, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.4108/eai.1-10-2019.2291677.

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Fajar, Nur, and Henni Gusfa. "Case Study Communication of Social Media and Business Startup Infokost.id." In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences, ICSS 2019, 5-6 November 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia. EAI, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.4108/eai.5-11-2019.2292511.

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"The Misuse of Emojis in Social Media: The Case of Kurdish Facebook Users." In International Conference on Educational Studies and Applied Linguistics. Tishk International University, 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.23918/vesal2022a25.

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Surjandy, Wanda Wandoko, Meyliana, and Erick Fernando. "Analysis Social Media Application Message Trust Factor a case study University Student in Indonesia." In 2019 6th International Conference on Information Technology, Computer and Electrical Engineering (ICITACEE). IEEE, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/icitacee.2019.8904097.

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Tull, Kerina. Social Inclusion and Immunisation. Institute of Development Studies (IDS), February 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.19088/k4d.2021.025.

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The current COVID-19 epidemic is both a health and societal issue; therefore, groups historically excluded and marginalised in terms of healthcare will suffer if COVID-19 vaccines, tests, and treatments are to be delivered equitably. This rapid review is exploring the social and cultural challenges related to the roll-out, distribution, and access of COVID-19 vaccines, tests, and treatments. It highlights how these challenges impact certain marginalised groups. Case studies are taken from sub-Saharan Africa (the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa), with some focus on South East Asia (Indonesia, India) as they have different at-risk groups. Lessons on this issue can be learned from previous pandemics and vaccine roll-out in low- and mid-income countries (LMICs). Key points to highlight include successful COVID-19 vaccine roll-out will only be achieved by ensuring effective community engagement, building local vaccine acceptability and confidence, and overcoming cultural, socio-economic, and political barriers that lead to mistrust and hinder uptake of vaccines. However, the literature notes that a lot of lessons learned about roll-out involve communication - including that the government should under-promise what it can do and then over-deliver. Any campaign must aim to create trust, and involve local communities in planning processes.
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Hartoto, Annisa Sabrina, and Ken M. P. Setiawan. Membuka Jalan untuk Pembangunan Inklusif Gender di Daerah Perdesaan Indonesia: Bunga Rampai Kajian Aksi Kolektif Perempuan dan Pengaruhnya pada Pelaksanaan Undang-Undang Desa [Forging Pathways for Gender-inclusive Development in Rural Indonesia: Case Studies of Women’s Collective Action and Influence on Village Law Implementation]. Edited by Amalinda Savirani and Rachael Diprose. University of Melbourne with Universitas Gadjah Mada and MAMPU, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.46580/124328.

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An edited volume (180K) of 12 analysis case studies (what we call stories of change - SOCs but these are village/region stories not individual stories). The case studies draw on multiple sources of data. These were originally written in Bahasa Indonesia, with abstracts in both English and Bahasa Indonesia. The volume also has an introductory analysis article that has its own analysis and illustrates core points from the case studies – separate and citable (see below). Case studies are organised by the five sectoral themes of the work covered by CSOs (e.g. supporting migrant workers, targeting reproductive health and nutrition, targeting social protection, targeting reductions in domestic and other gender-based violence, and support for informal sector workers who work at home).
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Hartoto, Annisa Sabrina, and Ken M. P. Setiawan. Membuka Jalan untuk Pembangunan Inklusif Gender di Daerah Perdesaan Indonesia: Bunga Rampai Kajian Aksi Kolektif Perempuan dan Pengaruhnya pada Pelaksanaan Undang-Undang Desa [Forging Pathways for Gender-inclusive Development in Rural Indonesia: Case Studies of Women’s Collective Action and Influence on Village Law Implementation]. Edited by Amalinda Savirani and Rachael Diprose. University of Melbourne with Universitas Gadjah Mada and MAMPU, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.46580/124328.

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An edited volume (180K) of 12 analysis case studies (what we call stories of change - SOCs but these are village/region stories not individual stories). The case studies draw on multiple sources of data. These were originally written in Bahasa Indonesia, with abstracts in both English and Bahasa Indonesia. The volume also has an introductory analysis article that has its own analysis and illustrates core points from the case studies – separate and citable (see below). Case studies are organised by the five sectoral themes of the work covered by CSOs (e.g. supporting migrant workers, targeting reproductive health and nutrition, targeting social protection, targeting reductions in domestic and other gender-based violence, and support for informal sector workers who work at home).
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Mapping the Public Voice for Development—Natural Language Processing of Social Media Text Data: A Special Supplement of Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2022. Asian Development Bank, August 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.22617/fls220347-3.

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This publication explores how natural language processing (NLP) techniques can be applied to social media text data to map public sentiment and inform development research and policy making. The publication introduces the foundations of natural language analyses and showcases studies that have applied NLP techniques to make progress on the Sustainable Development Goals. It also reviews specific NLP techniques and concepts, supported by two case studies. The first case study analyzes public sentiments on the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Philippines while the second case study explores the public debate on climate change in Australia.
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