List Of Accepted Abstract

List Of Accepted Abstract

Announcement of the First Call for Abstract 

List of Accepted Abstract

No Full Name Affiliation / Institution Paper Title
1 dindin dimyati President university ASKfm: Motives of Self-Disclosure to Anonymous Questions
2 Shoury Gupta India Integrating Offline and Online Marketing Strategies
3 Noor Hayat The University of Lahore Social Media and Virtual Politics of Pakistan; Measuring the Impact of Facebook on Youth
4 Putri Ayu Ningtyas Universitas Indonesia Manajemen Komunikasi Internal PT. Cakrawala Andalas Televisi (ANTV) Dengan Menggunakan Aplikasi Social Media Internal TAP Playground Terhadap Trust Karyawan Kepada Manajemen Dan Komitmen Kerja
5 Isma Adila Universitas Brawijaya Deliberation Through Online Media : Weak or Strong Public Sphere
6 Siti Hasnawati Universitas Indonesia The Evaluation of the Transformation of Government Public Relations in the New Media Era
7 Saepudin Universitas Islam “45” Bekasi LOCAL IDENTITY, CULTURE & CITY BRANDING: TRIANGLE PARADIGM OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT OF PURWAKARTA
8 hussein gibreel musa universitas Padjadjaran intercultural marriage between sudanese and sundanese
9 Ravi Chaturvedi Manipal University Jaipur Sufism in Indian Cinema: A Strategic Communication for Mediating Coflict
10 Wong Su Teng KDU University College AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE PRESENTATION OF NUTRITION CLAIMS AS A MEDIUM TO COMMUNICATE FOOD CHOICES AMONG MALAYSIAN CONSUMERS
11 Dhyanayu Luthfia Almitra University of Indonesia Social Media as Crisis Communication Strategy: A Case Study of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Explosion in 2016
12 Novrina Nur Isyani Universitas Indonesia The Role of Internal Communication in the Implementation of Corporate Culture toward the Company Performance of PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero), Tbk.
13 Deby Setiyowati University of Indonesia Strategic Internal Communication in Indonesian Companies Structure : A Framework to Effective Information Flow
14 Mutia Dewi Universitas Islam Indonesia Indonesia Tourism Communication Strategy in Event ITB Berlin 2016
15 HERLINA AGUSTIN Faculty of Communication Science Universitas Padjadjaran CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND NEGOTIATION BETWEEN BANDUNG ZOO AND SCORPION ABOUT ANIMAL WELFARE
16 Mainasara Yakubu Kurfi Department of Mass Communication, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria ONLINE FRAUDS ON FACEBOOK AND IN EMAILS: A STUDY ON SOCIAL MEDIA USERS AMONG THE STUDENTS OF KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA
17 Engga Probi Endri University of Gadjah Mada Communications Strategy Representatives of the National Population and Family Planning (BKKBN) of West Sumatera Province in Promotion Program Generasi Berencana (GenRe)
18 SRI RETNO EKAYANTI Universitas Indonesia E-Learning Platform, Higher Cognitive Skills and Self-Regulated Learning ( Case Study : The use of Managebac as an e-learning platform at Gandhi Memorial Intercontinental School, Jakarta)
19 Muhammad Mukhsin Sultoni University of Indonesia Harnessing digital content marketing for brands to impress Millenials advocate others
20 Muhammad Mukhsin Sultoni University of Indonesia Penanggungan Local Community’s Trust Related to Malang Government Policy from Public Relations Context: Conflict of One Way Policy Surrounds Brawijaya University
21 Dian Marhaeni Kurdaningsih, S.Sos,MSi Universitas Islam Sultan Agung SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF COMMUNICATION IN PATTERN, BEHAVIOR AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATION PRACTICE IN TRADITIONAL GROUPS BASED ONLINE MEDIA
22 Sri Retno Ekayanti Universitas Indonesia E-Learning Platform, Higher Cognitive Skills  and Self-Regulated Learning (Case Study : The use of Managebac as an e-learning platform at Gandhi Memorial Intercontinental School, Jakarta)
23 Sri Herwindya Baskara Wijaya Communication Department of Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS) Solo THE CURRENT PORTRAIT OF INDONESIA’S JOURNALIST SALARY  ON  REFORMATION ERA : IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF REGULATION ON THE PRESS AND EMPLOYMENT
24 Acniah Damayanti Universitas Gadjah Mada The Influence of Patient-perceived Healthcare Provider’s Empathic Communication on Patient’s Satisfaction and Compliance in Medical Encounter
25 Annisa Nur Muslimah Koswara Universitas Indonesia Representation of Speech Politeness Culture  Through Social Media (Semiotic Analysis of Hate Speech Indonesia Netizen toward  President Jokowi in Cyberspace)
26 Suryo Prabandono Universitas Indonesia The Use of Hybrid Media System in a Permanent Campaign: Presidential Vlog of The President of Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo
27 Lidya Agustina Universitas Indonesia Cultural Hybridization of Korean Beauty Trends with Halal-Certified Local Cosmectics (Analysis of “Korean Makeup Looks” Tutorial Videos on Youtube)
28 Alifia Oktrina Fayardi Universitas Indonesia Representation of Subject’s Identity in Mixed Marriage Through Cyber Media (Semiotic Analysis of “Nasib Saya Kawin Campur” and “Nikah Sama Lokal” Videos on Sacha Stevenson’s YouTube Account)
29 Chatia Hastasari Yogyakarta State University Communication Pattern of Islamic Schools in Yogyakarta which have a Boarding School and Regular System in Conducting a Character Education
30 Subekti W. Priyadharma Universitas Padjadjaran Countering AHOK, Countering the Public:  An analysis of counter-public sphere in the cyberspace
31 Fitria Khairum Nisa Universitas Indonesia Religious Branding Effect on Student Perceptions of Muslim-Friendly Tourist Destination
32 Dr.Anshu Arora Manav Rachna International University, Faridabad (Haryana) Title: Women Empowerment, Community Radio and Development :  An Indian Perspective
33 Monika Pretty Aprilia Graduate Program Communication Management, Social and Political Faculty, University of Indonesia Enjoying Food with Eyes: Visual Hunger Concept on Gastronomy Lovers
34 Estining Pamungkas Sebelas Maret University COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION IN CITY BRANDING
35 PUSPITA WULANSARI, S.Sos SEBELAS MARET UNIVERSITY The Effect of Exclusive Breastfeeding Knowledge in Decision Making Behavior of Unemployment Mother
36 Winda Primasari and Yudha Asmara D.A Communication Study, Universitas Islam ’45’ Bekasi E-Dakwah : The Message Construction
37 Dian Sophia Ulfa Universitas Indonesia Analysis of Leadership Style on Organizational Climate and Culture (Case Study in ARD GROUP)
38 Yogita Swami Manipal University,Jaipur Women Repoters in India:Their problems and why female journalists still can’t have it all
39 Stefi Landra Darmawan/Abhirama SD Perdana President University INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES: A CASE OF TELKOMSEL AS THE BEST MOBILE OPERATOR IN INDONESIA
40 Windasari Gayuh Mardatilah/Abhirama SD Perdana President University Communicating the Risks of Dehydration through ‘Ada AQUA’ Campaign: A Circuit-of-Culture Analysis
41 Ulima Rahma Dynda Puspita/Abhirama SD Perdana President University The Voices and Schizophrenia: a Critical Multimodal Analysis
42 Ratna Dewi university of Indonesia The Strategy of Using Web Series on Youtube in Campaigning Corporate’s Image and Core Value of PT Eigerindo MPI
43 Endang Tri Irianingsih Sebelas Maret University – LPDP RI Effect of New Media Era and The Occurrence of Chaos Identity
44 Feni Wahyuni University of Indonesia Analysis of E-Commerce Marketing Communication Strategy in Diffusion of Innovations Process (Case Study in Community SME Belimbing Depok)
45 Nastiti Esti Wulandari Universits islam Indonesia Analysis of Integrated marketing communication by E-commerce to improve the customer loyality (Descriptive Study in Hijup.com and Muslimarket.com)
46 Lely Fachrul Ilmi Wahyudi Universitas Indonesia Analysis of SATU Indonesia Award Activities, One of Astra’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programs as Corporate Communications Media for Society
47 Risky Wahyudi Universitas Islam Indonesia Content Analysis of Imparsiality about News that Covered Online Transport Polemic ‘Go-Jek’ on News Portal Kompas.com and Detik.com in 2015
48 Sirajul Fuad Zis UIN Sunan Kalijaga Crisis Management Strategic
49 Dessy Kania Universitas Bakrie New Media and Digital Activism : Participatory Culture Among Indonesian Youth (The Case of #AADC2’s Meme)
50 Norhayati Rafida A. R. Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia Analysis of Choice between Negotiation Approach and Communication Medium  Towards Solving Environmental Cases in Malaysia
51 Waridi Hendrosaputro Sebelas Maret University Community Empowerment Around Cultural Tourism in Kahyangan Dlepih to Improve Development
52 Rachmaniar Universitas Padjadjaran YOUTUBE AND COMMENT
(A Virtual Ethnographic Study about Netizen’s Rough Comments for    the Video Debat Final Pilkada DKI 2017 on the CNN Indonesia YouTube Channel)
No Full Name Affiliation / Institution Paper Title
53. Ali Reza Abdollahinezhad Allameh Tabataba’I University, Iran Social Media and  Presidential Elections in Iran: The relation between using Facebook, Telegram and Instagram and Political Participation of  Students in Iran’s Presidential Elections in 2017
54. Muhammad Fadhil Pratama Universitas Islam Indonesia Business Communication Analysis toward Indonesian Small Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs): Comparative Study on Wirausaha Mandiri Magelang and CV. Griya Smart Education Yogyakarta
55. Apriska Fitriani Universitas Islam Indonesia nalysis Integrated Marketing Communications Strategy Program “Ayo Wisata ke Semarang” by Department of Culture and Tourism of Semarang.
56. NARAYANA MAHENDRA PRASTYA COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT, ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA Official Website Usage by Educational Organizations in Crisis Communication : Case Study in Islamic University of Indonesia
57. Adinda Mahastri Pratami Universitas Indonesia Mengurangi ketidakpastian di tengah krisis organisasi: aplikasi komunikasi interpersonal dan komunikasi kepemimpinan
58. Aldi Prima Putra Universitas Indonesia Analisis Komunikasi Organisasi Berbasis Aplikasi: Penggunaan Qlue oleh Pemerintah Provinsi DKI Jakarta
59. Ambika Bhagat Manipal University Jaipur The Role of Critical Media Education in a Democratic Society
60. Anindya Meytika Putri Universitas Indonesia Harmonization of Intercultural Communication: Chinese State-Owned Enterprises In Indonesia
61. Den Iman Dwi Prasetya Universitas Indonesia CSR As Company’s Communication Tool: The Company’s Resposibilities Fulfillment or Needs
62. Febianca Putri Universitas Indonesia Diffusion and Newsroom Change
63. Fitria Khairum Nisa Universitas Indonesia Islamic Branding as Communication Strategy of Halal Tourism Promotion in Non-Muslim Country
64. Hanna Nurhaqiqi Univeristy of Gadjah Mada The Opportunity of Media Literacy in Community Media in Indonesia: A Descriptive Analysis of Media Literacy in Community Television, GrabagTV, through www.grabagtv.net in Grabag Village, Magelang District, Central Java Province.
65. Kartika Putri Hanafi Universitas Indonesia Building Brand Image through Celebrity Endorsement in Digital Platform: A Case Study of Andien Aisyah as Cetaphil Indonesia’s Brand Ambassador
66. Listya Adi Andarini Universitas Indonesia Raising Public Awareness: Brand Journalism Strategy in Government Public Relations Communication Activity
67. Lourin Hertyastiwi University of Indonesia The Impact of Language Difference for Employee’s Work Efectiveness in Multi national Companies in Indonesia
68. Made Devicca Surya Magister Management Communication, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia The effectiveness of marketing communication through digital content for startup business (Case Study: Brandish beverage product)
69. Md Shahidul Haque University of Chittagong, Bangladesh Practice of Islamic Public Relations in Islamic Banks of Bangladesh: Problems and Prospects
70. Medika Adel Hafizatullah University of Indonesia The usage of social media as a form of external public communication (case study on Ridwan Kamil as The Mayor of Bandung)
71. Mohamad Ario Susanto Universitas Indonesia Uses and Gratifications in Using Social Media  (Study Case: Instagram-Instagram Stories)
72. Novie Universitas Indonesia Winning millennial consumers in FMCG product by implementing emotional marketing in social media (case study: TVC Indomie Kuah versi ‘Bikin Santai Makin Hangat’)
73. Nuria Astagini Universitas Indonesia VIRTUAL ETHNICITY REPRESENTATION OF THE MARGINALIZED GROUP ON SOCIAL MEDIA (SEMIOTIC STUDY ON “RUMANGSAMU” VIDEO  UPLOADED BY JAVANESE INDONESIAN MIGRANT  WORKERS ON YOUTUBE)
74. Ridwan Firdinata Universitas Indonesia Reconstructing Corporate Social Responsibility in Indonesia
75. Tseng-Chih-Han Chung Yuan Christian University Department of Business Adminstration Coffee Addiction and the Involvement of Coffee’s Influence on Making Coffee
76. Yogita Swami Manipal University Jaipur Indian War Movies: Portrayal of Courage and Velour of Indian Soldiers
77. Yunus Natanael Pelawi Universitas Indonesia Berbeda-Beda Tetapi Tetap Satu Jua: Case Study of Interpretations Diversity of MRA Printed Media Division Organization Culture (Descriptive Approach at Human Resource Development-General Affair Division and Marketing Communication Division)
78. Zaken Azizi University of Indonesia Law Firm Brand Marketing Communication in Jakarta (Case Study in Ihza & Ihza Law Firm Jakarta)
79. Dr Umar Haruna Maiyama & Yusuf Garba: Umaru Ali Shinkafi Polytechnic Sokoto – Nigeria THE CONCEPT OF TWINS IN HAUSA LAND

 

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