List of Accepted Abstract

List of Accepted Abstract

The 3rd CCCMS 2016

Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 18-20 October 2016


Announcement of the Second Call for Abstract 

List of Accepted Abstract


No Name Institution and


1 Dewi Sumiati


Tarumanagara University, Indonesia


Intercultural Communication, Local Wisdom and Rejection of Sharia Tourism among Bali People
2 Ma. Angela G. Acosta


University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippines Do Mothers Know Best? A Study on The Influence of TV Ads on the Food Purchasing Decisions of Mothers for Their Children in Baguio City
3 Boots Casafrancisco Liquigan


University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines


The Constructions and Representations of Philippine Gay Sensibility in Mainstream Gay-Themed Vice Ganda Films
4 Narudol Semchuchot


Kasetsart University, Bangkok


Moves and Steps Analysis of the Message from CEO in In-flight Magazines


5 Hasan Asgari


Tehran University, Iran


Has the Social Network “Telegram” Caused a Gap between the Young and Old Generations in Iran?


6 Hamisah binti Hasan


Universiti Putra Malaysia,



An Experimental Study on the Relationship between Involvement towards Islamic Symbols in TV Advertisements with Purchase Intent


7 Muhammad Ferri Setiawan


Sebelas Maret University,



Commodification of Religious Tradition (Critical Study on Islamic Tradition Tourism Haul at Pasar Kliwon, Surakarta)


8 Hashim Fauzy bin Yaacob


Faculty of Management Universiti Technologi Malaysia, Malaysia


Measurement Development for Malay-Muslim Values of Communication


9 Andina Dian Dwifatma


School of Communication, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Jakarta, Indonesia


Gender-Biased View on Media Text: Social Actor Positions Analysis on Criminal News in and


10 Selvarani P. Kovil Pillai Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, Malaysia The Perceptions of Undergraduate Students on Intercultural Communication in Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)


11 Mr. Kenneth Ian Robles, Dr. Erlinda C. Palaganas, Mr. Ruel D. Caricativo University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippines The Effects of the Rise of Radio, Television and Internet News to the Community Newspaper Industry in Baguio City: The Case of the Baguio Midland Courier


12 Heru Ryanto Budiana Fakultas Ilmu Komunikasi, Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia The Utilization of Social Media in Improving Public Participation at Bandung Municipal Government
13 Feni Fasta Universitas Mercu Buana, Indonesia Social Reality of Indonesian Movie Actors


14 Catur Nugroho CMGD, Telkom University, Indonesia Media Power Relations and The Leadership Succession of Kasultanan Yogyakarta
15 Lupita Wijaya, Cheryl Pricilla Bensa Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Indonesia Comparative Content Analysis on the Mainstream News Coverage of the South China Sea
16 Nunik Maharani Hartoyo


School of Journalism Studies, Faculty of Communication Sciences, Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia PRFM Radio: Dynamism in Mainstream Media and Public Engagement
17 Ramita Hapsari, Widyo Nugroho


Universitas Gunadarma, Akademi Komunikasi Siaran Radio TV Jakarta, Indonesia Cultural Pluralism and Ethnic Identity Negotiation of India and Betawi Communities in Jakarta (A Phenomenology Studies of Indian Communities in Sunter, North Jakarta)
18 Phirakan Kai-nunna Faculty of Communication Sciences, Prince of Songkla University (Pattani Campus), Thailand The Synthesis of the Previous Research on Peace and Conflict Communication Related to Southernmost Thailand


19 Gilang Desti Parahita Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia The Practice of Indonesian Environmental Reporters: Competence and Challenges
20 Devin Kumar Joshi Singapore Management University,  Singapore Has the Global Increase in Female MPs Changed Media Portrayals of Them?
21 Sri Syamsiyah LS Universitas Semarang, Indonesia Agenda Setting Convergence in Multimedia Era
22 Mahda Fikriani Indonesia Diffusion of Innovation of Line Messanger in Interactive Communication among Line Users in Medan


23 Dian Syariati Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia


Identity Playing of Moslem in Social Media
24 Fitri Yulianti Permana Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia


Re-interactions in the Online Media di Indonesia
25 Dr Chairiawaty MSi Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia The Communication Pattern of Female Headed Household in the Empowerment Program of Serikat Pekka in Kecamatan Gerung, Kabupaten Lombok Barat


26 Ade Muana Husniati Universitas Malikusaleh, Indonesia


Youth, Korean Drama and Local Wisdom
27 Ananda Triana Anwar Universitas Medan Area, Indonesia


New Media Literacy of Social Media Users in Medan
28 Nursyah Asri Syarifah Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia BPN2TKI Website Utilization in Improving Services and Protections of Indonesian Workers in Asia-Pasific Region (Case Study on BP3TKI in West Java)


29 Ikbal Rachmat Esa Unggul University, Indonesia Creativity and Ethics: Implementation of the Broadcasting Behavior Guidelines, Broadcasting Program Standard in Television Program “Pesbukers ANTV”


30 Naniek N. Setijadi Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia Globalization and Nationalism: Perceived Self, Identity, and the Search for Ontological Security (An Analysis of the Identity Negotiation Process of Expats in Jakarta)
31 Sulih Indra Dewi Universitas Tribhuwana Tunggadewi, Indonesia Social Media: Democracy in the Shadows of Fanaticism
32 Ning Lei Southwest Jiaotong University, China


The Study of Online Game Webcast Platform Interactive Ritual: An Study of Douyu


33 Chatia Hastasari Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia The Religious Pluralism Model of Communication in Yogyakarta
34 Cindy Ayu Agustin Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia


New Credibility Perception based on Media
35 Mutia Dewi Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia Gender and Child-based Data Use to Analyze Gender Disparity, Violence and Woman Protection
36 Z. Hidayat Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia Southeast Asia Identity in Film: Textual Analysis on Usmar Ismail Films
37 Mite Setiansah


Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Indonesia The Identity and “Normality “ Bargaining of Woman through Smartphone

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Announcement of the First Call for Abstract 

List of Accepted Abstract

No Name Institution and


1 Amjad Omar Ali Safori


Universiti Utara Malaysia

Zarqa University, Jordan


Illuminating the Needs to Study Journalists’ Perspectives and Attitudes on the Credibility of News on Social Networking (SNSs) Sites
2 Rotua Nuraini Tampubolon


University of Sumatera Utara, Indonesia


Intimate Communication in the Urban Gay Circle in Indonesia (Phenomenon Study on the Usage of GRINDR as the Medium of Communication)
3 Leia Fidelis Gisela F. Castro-Margate


University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippines


Challenges for Women Journalists in Baguio City, Northern Philippines
4 Suffian Hadi Ayub



Sunway University, Malaysia


Health Related Campaigns in Social Media and Its Practical Aspects for Youths in Malaysia


5 Juhanita Jiman


Multimedia University, Malaysia


Multimedia Animation as a Communication Tool to Promote 1Malaysia Aspirations in Multicultural and Multinational Malaysian Society


6 Jordan Charles De Guzman


Philippines Youth Activists Through the Online Lens: Comparison of Youth Activists Portrayal in Online News Resource and Self-Perceptions of Their Participation in Society


7 Nilanko Mallik


Nava Nalanda, India


Directing Shakespeare in the Asian Context


8 Rodelyn Banaynal Flores, Avon Joyce Melchor Magusib, Marie Grace Aquino dela Vega


9 Amirreza Tajvidi


University of Tehran, Iran Study and Survey Regarding Iranian Culture in American Features, The Way It’s being Processed and Represented as of 2000 till 2015


10 Professor Robert Cross


Doshisha University, Japan


Rajesh S. Jala’s Children of the Pyre: Observing Life at the Bottom of India’s Caste System
11 Yesuselvi Manickam


Sunway University, Malaysia


Social Media Addiction : A Comparison Study between Generation Y and Generation Z


12 Ramita Hapsari


Gunadarma University, Indonesia Studies in the Phenomenology of Indian Communities in Sunter, North Jakarta
13 Qaisar Khalid Mahmood


International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan Patterns of Self-Disclosure on Facebook among Pakistani Youth


14 Suzy S. Azeharie


Tarumanagara University, Indonesia From the Badlands into Tourism Object (Study Local Community-Based Tourism in Desa Bleberan Gunung Kidul)


15 Wulan Purnama Sari


Faculty of Communication, Tarumanagara University, Indonesia


Civic Empowerment Movement through New Media (Case Study of Kampong Cyber Yogyakarta)
16 Professor

Badran A. Badran


Zayed University,

United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Strategic Communication and Public Engagement: The UAE E-Brainstorming Session


17 Ainur Rochmaniah., M.Si


Univ. Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia


Integrated Marketing Communication of Sidoarjo Regency Governments in Developing Marine Ecotourism


18 Natalie-Anne Hall



Doshisha University, Japan


Imin Hantai!’ Online Xenophobia in Japan Today
19 Rina Sari Kusuma


Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta, Indonesia


Gender in Asian Movie: Narrative Deconstruction Analysis of Rashomon


20 Pratama Dahlian Persadha


Media and Culture Studies Research, Gajah Mada University, Indonesia


Media and the Reception of the netizen in Yogyakarta: Black Campaign in the Presidential Election 2014
21 Hellena Yoranita Souisa


University of Melbourne, Australia Regulating Convergence: Challenges for Contemporary Media in Indonesia
22 Irfan Wahyudi Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia


We are workers, we are not slaves: Female Indonesian migrant domestic workers and media activism


23 Abhirama Swastyayana Dian Perdana


President University, Indonesia


Fashion, Celebrity, and Entertainment: Attention Economy and the Rise of Indonesian Middle-Class Muslims


24 Abhirama Swastyayana Dian Perdana President University, Indonesia Identity Position and Halal Cosmetics in Indonesian Middle-Class Muslim Women
25 Kay Elizabeth Hearn Edith Cowan University, Australia Tianjin Goes Bang
26 M. Rizal Abdi Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia Rethinking Traditional Communication, Reconnecting Asian Community: The Contribution of Indegenous Religin Paradigm toward Communication Studies
27 Zaki Habibi Lund University, Swedia Participatory as Everyday Life: From Creativity-based Initiatives to the Production of Networked Space in Southeast Asian Cities
28 Elizabeth Yane Ardanesywari MRA Media Group, Indonesia The Power of the Self Fulfilling Prophecy: To Die or not to Die Print Media
29 Sinta Paramita Universitas Tarumanagara, Indonesia Traveling in Communication Perspective
30 Bea Alyssa Buenaventura de Castro / Miel Ysabel Pasetes Sanculi University of the Philippines-Baguio, Philippine The Female Body in Cordillera Music Videos
31 Juni Alfiah Chusjairi Universitas Paramadina, Indonesia Religiousty and The Social Media
32 Fatma Dian Pratiwi / Rivi Handayani Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia Interconected Society Melalui Analisis Fenomena Drama India Pada Penonton Perempuan di Indonesia
33 Yul Rachmawati KBM UGM, Indonesia Watching Preman Pensiun: Reception Study on Retired Bodyguards as Soap Opera Viewer of Preman Pensiun Soap Opera
34 Yani Tri Wijayanti UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia Sharia Hotel, Opportunities and Trends in Sharia Tourism
35 Mun Cho Kim Korea University, Korea Prospect of Citizenship in the Age of New Media
36 Dina Listiorini PhD Student UI, Indonesia Audience Reception on the Issues of the Healthy Relationship on the Health and Physical Education Book
37 Muhammad Edy Susilo UPN Veteran Yogyakarta, Indonesia Children Animation Films and National Identity Building
38 Ma. Diosa Labiste University of Philippines, Philippines Deliberative Journalism and Democratization in Philippines
39 Roro Retno Wulan


Telkom University, Indonesia

Babystagram Phenomenon among Indonesia Celebrities Instagram Accounts


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