Announcement of the First Call for Abstract

Announcement of the First Call for Abstract

ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE SECOND CALL FOR ABSTRACT

 

No

NAME

INSTITUTION / STATE

TITLE

1

Anisa Dewi Kusumaningrum

Universitas Pembangunan Nasional “Veteran” Yogyakarta

MARKETING COMMUNICATION STRATEGY KREBET TOURISM VILLAGE AS COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM

2

 Zulaeha Laisa, S.Sos., M.Si

Dept. of Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences Sate University of Gorontalo

Between Communication and Conflict: Media Advocacy and Mangrove Restoration Campaign inTomini Bay, Gorontalo

3

Siti Zulzilah,  Edy Prihantoro, Christiana Wulandari

Gunadama University

The Influence of Destination Image, Novelty Seeking, and Information Quality in Social Media: The Case of Media News Company Indonesian Tourism on Instagram

4

Aliyu Hauwa Abubakar

Department of geography and environmental management University of Ilorin, Nigeria

Rural women farmers and challenges of climate change information in Kwara north, Nigeria

5

Santi Isnaini

Communication Department, Social and Political Sciences Faculty, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia

The Ups and Downs of Chinese Domination in Tuban City, East Java

6

Dani Setiadarma

Universitas Al Azhar Indonesia

Practice Of Domination Of Media Owners In The News Room : Media Ownership And Its Implication For Environmental Report

7

Sinta Swastikawara

Brawijaya University

DISASTER MITIGATION FOR THE DEAF: A RECEPTION ANALYSIS STUDY ON THE BNPB DISASTER MITIGATION CAMPAIGN MEDIA

8

Widiastiana Vista Wijaya, Edy Prihantoro, Sugiharti Binastuti

Gunadarma University

Effectiveness of Online Petition On Environmental Issues on Change.org Site Users

9

pusparini khoirunisa,  Yenni Sri Utami, M.Si

upn veteran yogyakarta

Communication in Maintaining International Achievement  ( A Study of The Group Administrator Nglanggeran Village Tourism)

10

Najmu Tsaqib Akhda

Universitas Gadjah Mada

Religion and Development Communication: A Case Study on Faith-Based Organization in Natural Resource Management in Dieng Central Java

11

Dina Listiorini, Donna Asteria and Irwan Hidayana

University of Indonesia, Jakarta

Questioning the Safe Places and Spaces for LGBT in Indonesia during LGBT Crisis in the Media since 2016 to 2018

12

Fitria Angeliqa

Communication Science Faculty, Universitas Pancasila

Capital Contestation in the Social Media Arena: Determining Environmental Issues on the @kemenlhk Instagram Account

13

Puji Rianto

Universitas Islam Indonesia

Loss of Public Space:  Outdoor Advertising and Commercialization Issues In Sleman, Yogyakarta

14

Muchammad Nasucha

Universitas Al Azhar Indonesia

THE SOCIAL INTERPRETATION ON RELATION OF RELIGION AND ENVIRONMENT ON INTERNET

15

Muhammad Rahmattullah

Lambung Mangkurat University

The Positive Impacts of “Bahabaran” as Local Communication Pattern among Traditional Diamond Mining Community in South Kalimantan

16

Ferane Aristrivani Sofian

Bina Nusantara University

MILLENNIALS’ PERCEPTIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND COMMUNICATION STRATEGY TO USE WITH THEIR STRENGTH TO DECREASE ITS ADVERSE EFFECT

17

JOELA MIZCHELLE A. DELA VEGA

UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES LOS BAÑOS

Socio-Ecological Assessment of Agricultural Landscape Resilience: The Case of Camarines Sur, Bicol, Philippines Using Green Super Rice as a Climate Resilient Agriculture Practice

18

Dadang Rahmat Hidayat

Universitas Padjadjaran

Framing about Water Problems in Bandung City at Pikiran Rakyat Daily

19

Gayes Mahestu

Bina Nusantara University

Balance Soul, Nature and Society (Case Study : Penghayat Kepercayaan Terhadap Tuhan Yang Maha Esa)

20

Aurelius R.L. Teluma

Program Studi Ilmu Komunikasi Universitas Mataram

Social Media-Based Citizen Journalism in the Time of Disaster: Analyzing The Citizen Journalism Practice of @InsideLombok during the Time of Lombok Earthquake

21

Niken Febrina Ernungtyas

Universitas Indonesia

Climate change on the visual posts: a content analysis on Instagram

22

Suratani Bangko

Mercubuana University

Constructing Meaning of Adiwiyata Program Between Teachers – Parents and Children at Islamic Elementary School (SDI) Amalina

23

Mikaela Aishel Flores, Melle Lorraine Soylon, Bianca Adrianne Carilla

Lorma Colleges Basic Education School, Philippines

The 3R’s of Tourism: Reviews, Rankings and Recommendations

24

Rana Akbari Fitriawan

Telkom University, Bandung

The Construction of News About Bribery at Sukamiskin Correctional Prisoner in Comics Journalism in Tempo Magazine Edition February 12th, 2017

25

Ahmad Muntahaa, Widodo Muktiyob, Drajat Tri Kartonoc, Sudarmod

Universitas Negeri Sebelas Maret

Transparent communication in public agency

26

Herman Felani, Sumekar Tanjung, Ratna Permata Sari

Communication Department, Universitas Islam Indonesia

The Issue of Environment in Hollywood Movies

27

Khumaid Akhyat Sulkhan, Muzayin Nazaruddin

Communication Department, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Environmental Journalism in the Environmental Conflict: A Case Study of Mainstream and Alternative Media Discourse on the Conflict of Cement Factory Construction in Rembang, Indonesia

28

Dr Nik Norma Nik Hasan

School of Communication Universiti Sains Malaysia

Rethinking Risk and Uncertainty

29

Megasari Noer Fatanti

Universitas Brawijaya

The Role of National Print Media in Disaster Education in Indonesia:  Qualitative Analysis of Post-Triple Disaster Reporting in Palu

30

Manfred Oepen

Asia Africa Institute, Hamburg University, Germany

Environmental Communication and Climate Change
 in Southeast Asia

31

Atwar Bajari

Universitas Padjadjaran

THE POLICY OF MEDIA USE AND INTERNET ACCESS FOR SEEKING ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH INFORMATION AT TRADITIONAL ISLAMIC EDUCATION (SALAFIYAH PESANTREN) IN WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

32

R.A. VITA N.P. ASTUTI

UNIVERSITAS ATMA JAYA YOGYAKARTA

Sumba’s Space and Nature as An Epitome of Liminality in Indonesian Movies

33

Miftah Faridl Widhagdha

Graduate School Gadjah Mada University

Bonding, Bridging and Linking Relationship of the Corporate Social Responsibility Community of PT Pertamina (Persero) Refinery Unit II Sungai Pakning for the Period 2017 – 2018

34

Gayatri Atmadi

University of Al Azhar Indonesia

How Company Manage Stakeholder Engagement For Reducing Plastic Waste In Indonesia ?

35

Dewi K Soedarsono, Ayub Ilfandy Imran

Telkom University

Communication of Sustainable Development of Tourism Supporting Areas in  UNESCO Global Geopark (UGG) Ciletuh Palabuhanratu

36

Herlina Agustin

Universitas Padjadjaran

Challenges of Environmental Communication in Responding to the Controversy of Wildlife Conservation

37

Ilham Prisgunanto

Police Science School (STIK-PTIK)

Social Media and Tourism in Indonesia

38

Holy Rafika Dhona, Ali Minanto

Communication Department/Universitas Islam Indonesia

Disciplining A New Geo-Body of Indies:
Mediation Modern Geographical Knowledge in the Dutch Colonial Indies Textbook of Geography

39

Risky Wahyudi

Gadjah Mada University & Indonesian Islamic University

Merapi Park: World in One Area

40

Daniel Hermawan, S.AB., M.Si., MBA.

Parahyangan Catholic University

KangPisMan: Environmental Communication Based On Local Government Regulation

41

JIOIE MURIEL AQUINO DELA VEGA

UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES LOS BAÑOS

RELIGIOUS TOURISM ASSESSMENT AND CARRYING CAPACITY: THE CASE OF NATIONAL SHRINE OF SAINT PADRE PIO IN BATANGAS, PHILIPPINES

42

Rahmita Saleh

Fajar University, Makassar

Emergency Preparedness and Response Communication in Dealing with the Effects of Hazards During an Increase in the Water Level of the Bili-Bili Dam

43

Miftah Faridl Widhagdha

PT Pertamina (Persero) Refinery Unit II Sungai Pakning

Participatory Development Communication in Mitigating Forest and Land Fires in Riau Province

44

Ana Nadhya Abrar

Dept. of Communication Studies, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada

The Three Great Debates  in the Environmental Journalism Practice in Indonesia

45

Faridhian Anshari, Apriliyanti Pratiwi & Retor AW Kaligis

Faculty of Communication, Pancasila University

THE ACTION OF FOOTBALL SUPPORTERS IN SUSTAINING THE ENVIRONMENT  AND SPORTS FACILITIES (Case Study Of The #JagaGBK Campaign By Jakmania of Persija Jakarta)

46

Dandi Supriadi

Universitas Padjadjaran

NEWS FRAMING ON THE CASE OF STEPHANIE SCOLARO: SENSATIONAL NEWS VERSUS ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISM

47

SITI AISYAH MUHAMMAD

FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE AND EKISTICS, University Malaysia Kelantan

Siamese architecture in Malaysia: a relationship between the spatial analysis and the cultural assimilation

48

Catur Nugroho

Telkom University, Bandung

CULTURAL TOURISM BASED ON LOCAL WEAVING ECOSYSTEMS (Ethnographic Study of Traditional Weaving Toba Sibandang, Muara District, Tapanuli Utara Regency, North Sumatra)

49

Rachmat Kriyantono, PhD

Brawijaya University, Malang

Indonesian Government Public Relations Disaster Framing as a Function of Agenda Building Information Subsidies: Case Study Earthquake and Tsunami Palu

50

Angga Prawadika Aji, S.I.P., M.A

Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya

The Role of Social Media in Shaping  the Animal Rights Movement in Indonesia

51

 Riin Magnus, Nelly Mäekivi

University of Tartu, Estonia

City as an environment of interspecific communication: an ecosemiotic approach

52

Safutra Rantona, Oekan Soekotjo Abdoellah, Iriana Bakti & Herlina Agustin

Universitas Padjadjaran

DEFORESTATION THE LEUSER ECOSYSTEM: ENVIRONMENTAL AND POVERTY IN ACEH

53

Yuni Retnowati

STIKOM Yogyakarta

The Role of Environmental Communication in Overcoming the Impact of Foreign Investment in Jepara

54

Lidwina Mutia Sadasri

Gadjah Mada University

Green Branding as a Communication Strategy in Hotel Industry

55

Yuanita Safitri & Mia Angeline

Bina Nusantara University

Study of Twitter’s Functional Framework during Natural Disaster in Indonesia

56

Hendrawan Setiawan

CNN Indonesia

Disaster Archeology in the Liyangan Site to Explore  Past Volcanic Eruption Disaster Mitigation

57

Mubarok

Universitas Islam Sultan Agung Semarang

Communication Strategy for Development of Petungkriyono Agrotechno Forestry-Park As a Leading Tourism and Nature Conservation Education

58

Wifka Rahma Syauki

Universitas Brawijaya

The Representation Of Zero-waste Campaign Through Millenial Mother’s Instagram

59

 Reykha Octavione Rahmawati

UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta

COMMUNICATION PATTERN OF TOURISM VILLAGE IN DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

60

Muzayin Nazaruddin

Department of Communication, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia

Natural disaster and the dynamics of autocommunication: Indonesian examples

61

Caitlin Bentley, Ilya Fadjar Maharika, Muzayin Nazaruddin

Australian National University, Department of Architecture, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Department of Communication, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Making Travel Platforms Work for Women, Small Business Holders, and Marginalized Workers in Indonesia’s Tourism Sector

62

Shinta Desiyana Fajarica, S.IP., M.Si.

Communication Studies
Universitas Mataram

TOURISM INDUSTRIES AND DISASTER ISSUES IN LOMBOK

63

Sunnora Meilisa Kaharjono

Universitas Islam Indonesia

Disaster Communication of Magelang District Government in Reducing the Risk of Mt. Merapi Eruption

64

Tita Melia Milyane, Nela Widiastuti

Langlangbuana University, BSI University

THE MODEL OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION IN THE CITARUM HARUM PROGRAM
(Case Study of The Citarum River Bantaran Community in Cicendo District and Cibeunying Kaler District, Bandung City)

65

Mutia Dewi

Communication  Department Universitas Islam Indonesia

Analyst Campaign for Protection of Mangrove Forests and Rescue of Javanese Lutung in Muara Gembong through the SaveMugo Movement

66

Nia Sapma Apriliana

Ilmu Komunikasi Universitas Diponegoro

The Influence of Cosmetics Advertisement in Instagram Towards Teenage Girls’ Attitude and Consumtive Behavior in Yogyakarta

67

Dr. Yuli Candrasari

UPN Veteran Jawa Timur

Building Social Relations in the Digital Age

68

Made Dwi Adnjani

Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

BRANDING OF NGRAWAN VILLAGE AS A MENARI TOURISM VILLAGE IN SEMARANG DISTRICT

69

Meria Octavianti

Universitas Padjadjaran

Eco-Sustainable Development in Puncak Bintang Jawa Barat Indonesia

70

Vanesa Bella Sadmego, Muchammad Nasucha

Universitas Al Azhar Indonesia

FRAMING NEWS ON RELIGION AND LIVING ENVIRONMENT IN ONLINE MEDIA

 

Announcement of the First Call for Abstract

 

  1.  List of Accepted Abstract
No NAME INSTITUTION / STATE TITLE
1 Muhammad Naim Bin Muhamad Ali Universiti Teknologi Mara, Shah Alam, Malaysia The Uses and Gratification Theory: Twitter as a Safe Haven for the LGBT Community in Malaysia
2 Muhammad Ridhlo Al Qodri Sri Utomo IAIN Tulungagung, Indonesia Geopolitical Bodies: Media Contestation on Indonesian National Identity
3 Musfiah Saidah Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia Misrepresented in determining the stereotype of local residents (Analysis Documentary film Borneo’s sea Bajou The Real Water World People)
4 Nadiah Nur Fatina University of Indonesia, Indonesia Media Ecology in Environmental Issues
5 Noor Amirah Binti Asraf,Puteri Sarah Hanim Mohamad Shaiful, Dr Zulkifli Abd Latiff, Dr Shazleen Mohamed Universiti Teknologi Mara, Shah Alam, Malaysia Public Engagement with the #CampurLGBT Campaign as Portrayed by Malaysian Netizens’ Response
6 NOOR FARIHAH BINTI ROZALI, DR.ZULKIFLI LATIF, NOR AMIRA BAHARUDDIN Universiti Teknologi Mara, Shah Alam, Malaysia Social Media Exposure Among Children Leads to Growing Numbers of LGBT Community in Malaysia
7 Qanitah Masykuroh Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta, Indonesia Through the eyes of children: Environment in Novels Written by Indonesian Children
8 Raden Supriyanto Gunadarma University, Indonesia Consumer Behavior Model for Green Product Consumption: Determinant and Impact of Green Satisfaction on Green Loyalty
9  Rina Widiastuti Department of Language, Art, and Culture Management, Vocational College, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia DECODING INDONESIA THROUGH THE VIDEO WONDERFUL INDONESIA: A VISUAL JOURNEY
10 Shiddiq Sugiono University of Indonesia, Indonesia User-generated content as the basis of climate change online social movement
11 Tety Elida Gunadarma University, Indonesia Gender Issues in Social Networking Site and Driving Factors to Join Virtual Community among Students: Social Network  Analysis
12 Tomi Tristono Universitas Merdeka Madiun, Indonesia Motorcycles Behavior On The Vehicles Queue While Red Traffic Signals
13 Tommy Satriadi Nur Arifin Widya Mataram, Indonesia Representation of Public Space in the Photo (Photo Journalism Semiotic Analysis by Peter Bialobrzeski)
14 Winny Gunarti Widya Wardani, Santi Sidhartani, Dendi Pratama Universitas Indraprasta PGRI, Indonesia The function of the visual communication space in the performing arts of dancing fountains in the National Monument city park
15  Zaidatun Ekastuti Gunadarma University, Indonesia Impact of e-Marketplace Risk on Satisfaction, Trust, and Loyalty
16  ZULKIFLI ABD. LATIFF Universiti Teknologi Mara, Shah Alam, Malaysia Exploring Desires and Maneuvering on Instagram Life: A Phenomenology Study
17 Adam James Fenton London School of Public Relations, Indonesia Maritime Plastic Pollution in Indonesia: Law and Culture
18 Adi Suryani & Soedarso ITS (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember), Indonesia Social Communication Post-Disaster: Lessons from Local People Communication Behaviour for Strengthening their Emotion and Anticipating Potential Recurrent Disaster
19 Aditya Fahmi Nurwahid Wuhan University, China Mediated Supernatural in Indonesian Disaster Reportage: A Case Study on Lombok-Sumbawa and Central Sulawesi Earthquake Disaster
20  Ali Alyusuf Medina Tourism College, Media Saudi Arabia Best Practice for Marketing Heritage Site:  analysing the Medina National Museum in Saudi Arabia
21 Aprilianti Pratiwi Pancasila University, Indonesia Narrative Analysis of Peasant Movement
22 Desy Nurcahyanti Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia Mbok Semok as Visual Communication Media  And Environmental Conservation in Indonesia
23 Healza Kurnia Hendiastutjik University of Indonesia, Indonesia Medkom BNPB: A “Single Door” Model of Natural Disaster Information to Protect from Hoax Issue of Disaster in Indonesia
24 Inda Fitryarini & Hikmah Mulawarman University, Indonesia Could Social Marketing Solving Conservation Challenges?: Case Study Proboscis monkey Conservation in East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia
25 Indah Suryawati Universitas Budi Luhur, Indonesia LEVEL OF DRAMATIC AND TRAUMATIC CONTENT OF DISASTER LOMBOK NEWS IN ONLINE MEDIA
26 Indriyati Kamil Langlangbuana University, Indonesia DIALEKTIKA ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION  IN THE CONSERVATION AREA (Case Study of Inter-Actor Communication Conflict  in the Kamojang Nature Reserve Area)
27 Irwansyah Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia How does digital signage promote productive and consumptive idea in entrepreneur context?
28 Meredian Alam The University of Newcastle, Australia Youth’s Environmentality on Twitter
29 Muhammad Faiz Bin Mokhtar Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Malaysia Social Media in Propagating Influence on Spreading LGBT Movements in Malaysia
  • List of Un- Accepted Abstract BATCH I
NO Name Paper Title Reason
1 M.R. The Thematic Digital Quran: New Media for Understanding the Basics of Islam The topic is not relevant to the conference theme
2 T.O. The Effect Of Usability, Information, Service Interaction On Users Engagement Through Affection At The Online News Reader Behaviour In Indonesia The topic is not relevant to the conference theme
3  Z. L. A Study on Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in Encouraging High Level of Loyalty Towards Media Organization The topic is not relevant to the conference theme
4  A.S Chief-Screen 1.0 as the Internet of Things Communication Platform Remotely in Project Monitoring & Controlling to Improve Project  Schedule Performance on Case Study of Industrial Building Project PT X The topic is not relevant to the conference theme
5 E.P Elaboration Likelihood Indonesian Food Blogger On Instagram we can found no abstract content
6 F, L.K.E, H.H,  & I. B Communication, social media and transportation climate:  Online motorcycle versus base motorcycle the abstract could not be understood
7 G.L.D Intertekstualitas Kolom Catatan Minggu the abstract was not written in English language
8 H.N.Z THE DEBUTANT VOTER’S PERCEPETION IN DISTRICT HEAD ELECTION The topic is not relevant to the conference theme

 

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