Mass Media – @syailariza

  1. The mass media, both printed and electronic, is sometimes described as pillar of democracy. #perspective
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  2. In the post- Suharto regime, the mass media in Indonesia have undergone a profound, even radical change. #perspective+
  3. From being largely repressed, censored, and psychologically battered, it became relatively unrestrained and free. #perspective+
  4. So that,What are the roles of the mass media on political behavior? #perspective cc @agungbudiono @dinaika3+
  5. Indonesia has been undergoing a remarkable change in terms of social, political, and cultural over the last three decades #perspective+
  6. 3 main private media orgnztns,Kompas-Gramedia Group, Jawa Pos Group and Media Indonesia-Surya Persindo Group, are the largest publication.+
  7. The main magazines group are Tempo, Forum Keadilan and Gatra have a critical view to the government #perspective+
  8. Press in Indonesia in the early days was a tool of the Revolution‟to energize and mobilize public opinion to struggle against colonialism.+
  9. From Sen and Hill (2000) in 1965 the Information Ministry instructed all newspapers to be affiliated with a political party. #perspective+
  10. The New Order regime was not only controlling but also requiring the media as the agent of stability within the state. #perspective+
  11. However, after the Reformasi the number of print media has increased significantly. #perspective+
  12. It such an interesting too about radio #perspective+
  13. Radio had a vital role in Indonesian independence.The main function of the tool in the bginning was for political consolidation #perspective+
  14. (cont)Radio played an important role in consolidating the struggle against the Dutch and Japanese colonialism. #perspective+
  15. It is likely true because President Soekarno was well-known as a great speaker (orator). #perspective+
  16. He used any kinds of tools to obtain political support from people. #perspective+
  17. As a result, radio and the other communication medium was then became the arm of Soekarno and the Old Order. #perspective+
  18. Radio was also an important communication tool in legitimizing Suharto’s rise to power in 1965. #perspective+
  19. Then the role of media was shifting to agent of stability in 1960s and 1970s and in the 1980s and 1990s became agent of development. (Do u remember about Soeharto as Bapak Pembangunan Bangsa) #perspective+
  20. Nowdays? It is such interesting whether the media influence the politics or politics influence the media. #perspective+
  21. From my #perspective the mass media significantly has shaped the public opinion to political party and actors.+
  22. Journalists&the mass media found themselves, arguably are more independent from the state power and so they are relatively free.#perspective+
  23. In this regard, the mass media freedom is pretty much influenced by the changing political conditions. #perspective+
  24. mass media are able to politicize the public&help to overcome such compliance through providing wider knowledge of alternatives#perspective+
  25. @agungbudiono @DinaIka3 the main role is about to construct (a dominant value) things #perspective+

 

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