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Representation of 2004 General Election Campaign in Comics Media: Semiotics studies of Comic Ketopraktoon in the 2004 Election Campaign in Kompas Newspaper

Murtiningsih, Bertha Sri Eko (2017) Representation of 2004 General Election Campaign in Comics Media: Semiotics studies of Comic Ketopraktoon in the 2004 Election Campaign in Kompas Newspaper. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 8 (5). ISSN 2039-2117

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Abstract

Comic could be a means to represent certain values. The reality is described through the storyline, setting and characterization which are packed in comic rubric. In comic, the whole symbols in the text will give certain meanings. They are including characters, dialogues, words written in word balloons, figure characters, and setting. This combination formed certain meanings which will determine how the reality will be framed by the media.Ketopraktoon is a comic strip which consistently reviews the socio-political issues and serves as a semi-comic in Kompas newspaper editorial. The strength of ketopraktoon in its social critics is built of figure’s characters which are presented in straightforward way with the support of storyline which fitted to the actual and factual condition in accordance with the dynamics of general election in Indonesia.This study aimed to discover how the election campaign during the Reform Era is represented in Ketopraktoon comic. This study used a qualitative approach with data analysis techniques semiotics of Barthes.To find the signs require appropriate and feasible methods of text analysis. Since the text to analyze is in the form of comics, the researcher defines the sign found in the comic text applies the technique that uses the semiotics of Barthes connotations and myths. The results showed (1) General Election campaign purely contained slogans and political rhetoric; (2) Pragmatism political parties and constituency campaign; (3) Irrationality behavior of political parties and constituency campaign; (4) Political branding refers to a materialistic tradition to gain popularity and power; (5) primitive and traditional culture in the election campaign.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: 000 Computer Science, Information and General Works > 070 News Media, Journalism and Publishing
300 Social Sciences > 320 Political science > 324 Political Process (Incl. Election Systems and Procedures, Votings)
700 Arts and Recreation > 740 Graphic Arts and Decorative Arts > 741 Drawing and drawings (Incl. cartoons, animations, comics, graphic novels and caricatures)
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Komunikasi > Program Studi Ilmu Komunikasi
Depositing User: mr admin umn
Date Deposited: 17 Nov 2021 04:46
Last Modified: 17 Nov 2021 04:46
URI: http://kc.umn.ac.id/id/eprint/19092

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