• Jurnal KomunikasiMu
    Vol 1 No 1 (2021)
  • Polarisasi Millennial Trend pada Personal Branding Aktor Politik di Indonesia: Urgensi dan Perkembangannya
    Vol 2 No 2 (2022)

    Ulmi Marsya, Johan Faladhin

    Abstract: This article discusses the dynamics of the contemporary political world that is always required to be able to keep up with this age. The emergence of new media such as social media that offers an interactive form of communication between political leaders with the wider community. The distribution of messages both text and images presented in new media forms a different political culture among today's political elite. The millennial trend be one of pattern political branding formation on political actor as actualization political persona differentiation. The method used in this article is a literature study, to mapping out the personal branding of political actors. Such as Anies Baswedan, Ganjar Pranowo, Ridwan Kamil, and Sandiaga Uno. The four political actors are actively building values, opinions and communication channels, in using social media as a medium for their interaction with society.  There are several millennial criteria what they show is trendy, sporty, humorist, and passionate. But still have not forgotten at the root of the local culture.

    Keywords: Millennial Trend, Personal Branding, Political Actor , Political Branding

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    Candranegara, I M. W.,Mahardika, I Putu Eka,.& Mitra, I Wayan. (2019). Partisipasi Generasi Milenial di Kancah Politik Nasional. Jurnal Bappeda Litbang. 2 (1), 21-30.

    Elya, I & Zulaeha, I. (2017). Model Komunikasi Politik Ridwan Kamil di Media Sosial Instagram. DIALEKTIKA. 4 (2). 205-229.

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    Kurniawan, A. (2014). Komunikasi Visual Personal Branding Soekarno (Sebuah Analisis Semiotika). Jurnal Gelanggang, 1(1), 1-12.

    Kurniawan, A.D, Sukriono, Didik, Atok, Rosyid Al. (2021). Pemikiran Politik B.J. Habibie dalam Demokratisasi di Indonesia (B.J. Habibie’s Political Thought in Democratization in Indonesia). Journal of Politics and Policy Volume 3, Number 2, Juni 2021.

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    Macmara, J. (2010).  Public Communication Practices in The Web 2.0-3.0 Mediascape: The Case For Prevolution, PRism 7(3): http://www.prismjournal.org.

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    Rahmah, S. (2021). Personal Branding Ganjar Pranowo untuk Membangun Komunikasi Politik di Media Sosial Instagram. Jurnal Interaksi: Jurnal Ilmu Komunikasi. 5 (1), 94-101.

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    Suryawati, I. (2021). Political Branding Gubernur Indonesia Melalui Media Sosial. MEDIALOG: Jurnal Ilmu Komunikasi, 4 (2), 23-38.

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    https://metro.tempo.co/read/1605449/anies-baswedan-45-persen-penonton-formula-e-jakarta-generasi-milenial, diakses pada tanggal 20 Juni 2022

  • Komunikasi Pemerintahan: Media Komunikasi Digital Melalui E-Government
    Vol 2 No 2 (2022)

    Komunikasi Pemerintahan: Media Komunikasi Digital Melalui E-Government

    Raja Widya Novchi, Eka Putra,  Khusnul Hanafi , Raja Arlizon

    Abstract:

    Government communication is not only a means or a tool for the government to convey and or receive information about a public policy but also as a means of integrating activities in an organized manner in realizing cooperation. The issuance of Presidential Instruction No. 3 of 2003 became the starting point for the implementation of E-Government in Indonesia. The Presidential Instruction emphasizes the importance of utilizing information and communication technology (ICT) in government organizations for effective and efficient governance. E-government is used as a reference used in government information systems (such as in wide area networks, the internet, and mobile communications) which have the ability to bridge relationships with other citizens, business people and various other government elements). The transformative side of e-government is that citizens can directly convey their aspirations to the government without having to be limited by space and time through the websites of various government institutions. The concept of e-government is indeed an effort by the government to facilitate government activities by utilizing advances in information technology.

    Keywords:E-Government, Digital Communication, Government Communication

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