Political CommunicationClass Rules Lecturers will inform the ...
Political CommunicationClass Rules  Learn and apply the ...
Foke: Jakarta Masih Memerlukan KumisOleh: Wahyu Praditya Purnomometropolitan - Jumat, 25 Mei 2012 | 14:30 WIBINILAH.COM, J...
Foke: Jakarta Jangan MauDikotak-kotakkanPenulis : Bima Setiyadi | Kamis, 30 Agustus 2012 | 14:37 WIBJAKARTA, KOMPAS.com — ...
Political Communication Week 1Definitions,Scope, andConcepts Achmad Supardi, S.IP, MA
Political Communication AboutThis course discusses the application of communication forpolit...
Political Communication:CommunicationPolitics
Definition of Communication:..............................................
Bogardus defined communication as “interaction in terms of a stimulusor a gesture by one person which produces a response ...
Definition of Politics:.................................
Definition of POLITICS (Meriam-Webster Dictionary)1a : the art or science of governmentb : the art or science concerned wi...
Definition of politics (Oxford Dictionary)plural noun1 [usually treated as singular] the activities associated with the go...
Harold Lasswell  "Politics is the process of who gets what, when, andhow.“David Easton  "A political system can be desig...
So, How you definePolitical Communication?
Definition (by students):
DefinitionDenton and Woodward (1990: 14)Pure discussion about the allocation of public resources (revenuews), official aut...
DefinitionDenton and Woodward (1990: 14)Pure discussion about the allocation of public resources (revenuews), official aut...
Denton and Woodward (1990: 14)Pure discussion about the allocation of publicresources (revenues), official authority (who ...
Graber (1981) Politicalcommunication is politicallanguage which “comprises ofrhetoric as well as paralinguisticsigns such ...
McNair (2003: 4)Purposeful communication about politics All forms of communication undertaken bypoliticians and other pol...
Presiden Barack Obama berbagi kue stroberi dengan anaksaat makan siang di restoran Corners Kozy di Oak Harbor,Ohio, 5 Juli...
Presiden Barack Obama menyambut siswa kelas dua diSekolah Dasar Long Branch di Arlington, 17 Desember 2010.
Presiden Barack Obama berbicara dengan orang-orang diluar restoran Corners Kozy di Oak Harbor, Ohio, 5 Juli 2012
Photos: The White House/Pete SouzaPresiden Barack Obama membungkuk ketika Jacob Philadelphia, anak seoranganggota staf Ged...
SBY asked his staff to reprimandchildren who fall asleep duringhis speech..
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Political communication 2012

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  • 1. Political CommunicationClass Rules Lecturers will inform the class captain for any class- related matters and the classGrades Composition captain should disseminate itClass attendance 5% to all class members.Group paper and presentation 20%  Student(s) who is late forIndividual paper 25% more-than-15 minutes’ willMid-term test 25% not be recognized attendingFinal term test 25% the session, however she/he is still allowed to join the class
  • 2. Political CommunicationClass Rules  Learn and apply the correct referencing system The class should provide a  Do not plagiariseUSB/flashdisk to pool the softcopies ofall group and individual assignments.  Any assignment which Every assignment should be is containing plagiarismsubmitted both in hardcopy and softcopy will be given a zero mark.on the class USB  Any assignment A severe plagiarism couldwhich is submitted later than the lead to the course’s failuredeadline will not be graded altogether
  • 3. Foke: Jakarta Masih Memerlukan KumisOleh: Wahyu Praditya Purnomometropolitan - Jumat, 25 Mei 2012 | 14:30 WIBINILAH.COM, Jakarta - Sebutan Bang Kumis cukup melekat dalam diri FauziBowo saat kampanye Pemilukada 2007 lalu. Bahkan pada Pemilukada DKIJakarta 2012 ini, nama Bang Kumis kembali disebut. Namun nama Kumiskini diplesetkan lawan politik Fauzi Bowo menjadi kumuh dan miskin. Menanggapi plesetan yang diutarakan lawan politiknya tersebut, pria yang akrab disapa Foke itu menanggapinya dengan tenang. Bahkan dengan percaya diri (PD), dirinya menegaskan, sampai saat ini, Ibukota Jakarta masih memerlukan kumis. "Saat ini Jakarta masih memerlukan kumis," kata Foke sambil menunjuk kumis yang menjadi ciri kas dirinya. Menurutnya, kumis sebagai simbol penting dalam peningkatan kesejahteraan rakyat Jakarta. "Kumis itu bukan hanya singkatan kumuh dan miskin saja. Nih saya tegasin, urusan kumis bisa digunakan sebagai pembasmi kekumuhan dan kemiskinan hidup. Dengan ciri khas kumis ini, kita akan basmi kekumuhan dan kemiskinan hidup di Jakarta," tegasnya.
  • 4. Foke: Jakarta Jangan MauDikotak-kotakkanPenulis : Bima Setiyadi | Kamis, 30 Agustus 2012 | 14:37 WIBJAKARTA, KOMPAS.com — Jelang Pemilihan Kepala Daerah DKI Jakarta pada 20 Septembermendatang, Gubernur DKI Jakarta Fauzi Bowo mengatakan agar kebersamaan dan persatuanwarga Jakarta harus tetap dijaga untuk menciptakan kerukunan antarwarga.Hal tersebut disampaikan Foke—sapaan akrab Fauzi Bowo—di sela-sela pidato sambutan acaraLebaran Ketupat di halaman kantor Wali Kota Jakarta Barat, Kamis (30/8/2012) pagi. "WargaJakarta jangan mau dipecah-pecahkan agar kerukunan warga tetap terjaga," kata Foke, Kamis.Dia mengatakan, kata-kata tersebut dikutip dari perkataan Hidayat Nur Wahid bahwa wargaJakarta jangan mau dikotak-kotakkan. Maksudnya, hidup dalam daerah yang masyarakatnyaheterogen tentunya banyak perbedaan, dan jangan sampai perbedaan memecahbelahkan ataumengelompok-ngelompokkan masyarakat yang ada.Dalam pidato tersebut, Foke juga berharap mudah-mudahan acara tradisi Lebaran Ketupat dapatberjalan terus-menerus. Ini adalah bentuk silaturahim, modal untuk menjaga kebersamaan danpersatuan agar kerukunan bermasyarakat tetap terjaga, serta semoga Jakarta lebih maju dansejahtera.Menurut Foke, selama dia menjabat lima tahun menjadi Gubernur DKI Jakarta, tidak ada wargayang tidak bisa beribadah. Semua warga Jakarta boleh melakukan ibadah di mana pun, tidakseperti halnya kasus yang terjadi di luar daerah yang terjadi konflik.Editor : Hertanto Soebijoto
  • 5. Political Communication Week 1Definitions,Scope, andConcepts Achmad Supardi, S.IP, MA
  • 6. Political Communication AboutThis course discusses the application of communication forpolitical events and purposes. The course covers theprinciples of politics and the role of communication in it suchas political campaigns, polls, celebrification of politicians,political marketing, and the role of media in politicalconstellation.
  • 7. Political Communication:CommunicationPolitics
  • 8. Definition of Communication:..............................................
  • 9. Bogardus defined communication as “interaction in terms of a stimulusor a gesture by one person which produces a response in the form of averbal or silent symbol by a second person’’ (cited on Syams, N.W. 2009:14)As long as there is other people, man can not not communicating (Eventhe silence of someone –or the state of being silent-- is a form ofcommunication)Contoh: hang out at cafe
  • 10. Definition of Politics:.................................
  • 11. Definition of POLITICS (Meriam-Webster Dictionary)1a : the art or science of governmentb : the art or science concerned with guiding or influencing governmental policyc : the art or science concerned with winning and holding control over a government2: political actions, practices, or policies3a : political affairs or business; especially : competition between competing interest groups or individuals forpower and leadership (as in a government)b : political life especially as a principal activity or professionc : political activities characterized by artful and often dishonest practices4: the political opinions or sympathies of a person5a : the total complex of relations between people living in societyb : relations or conduct in a particular area of experience especially as seen or dealt with from a political point ofview <office politics> <ethnic politics>Origin of POLITICSGreek politika, from neuter plural of politikos politicalFirst Known Use: circa 1529
  • 12. Definition of politics (Oxford Dictionary)plural noun1 [usually treated as singular] the activities associated with the governance of a country orarea, especially the debate between parties having power:the party quickly gained influence in French politics thereafter he dropped out of activepoliticsthe activities of governments concerning the political relations between states:in the conduct of global politics, economic status must be backed by military capacitythe academic study of government and the state: [as modifier]:a politics lecturera particular set of political beliefs or principles:people do not buy their paper purely for its politics(often the politics of) the principles relating to or inherent in a sphere or activity, especiallywhen concerned with power and status: the politics of gender2activities aimed at improving someone’s status or increasing power within an organization:yet another discussion of office politics and personalitiesPhrasesplay politicsact for political or personal gain rather than from principle:he railed against them for playing politics with the police department
  • 13. Harold Lasswell  "Politics is the process of who gets what, when, andhow.“David Easton  "A political system can be designated as thoseinteractions through which values are authoritatively allocated for asociety.“Max Weber  "A political association exists if ... the enforcement of itsorder is carried out continually within a given territorial area by theapplication and threat of physical force.”Robert Dahl  "A political system is any persistent pattern of humanrelationships that involves ... power, rule, or authority."
  • 14. So, How you definePolitical Communication?
  • 15. Definition (by students):
  • 16. DefinitionDenton and Woodward (1990: 14)Pure discussion about the allocation of public resources (revenuews), official authority (who is given thepower to make legal, legislative and executive decision), and official sanctions (what the state rewards orpunishes)  Emphasizing rhetoric, sidelining symbolic communication actsGraber (1981) Political communication is political language which “comprises of rhetoric as well asparalinguistic signs such as body language, and political acts such as boycotts and protests” (cited onMcNair 2003)McNair (2003: 4)Purposeful communication about politics All forms of communication undertaken by politicians and other political actors for the purpose ofachieving specific objectives Communication addressed to these actors by non-politicians such as voters and newspapercolumnists Communication about these actors and their activities, as contained in news reports, editorials, andother forms of media discussion of politics (p. 4)
  • 17. DefinitionDenton and Woodward (1990: 14)Pure discussion about the allocation of public resources (revenuews), official authority (who is given thepower to make legal, legislative and executive decision), and official sanctions (what the state rewards orpunishes)  Emphasizing rhetoric, sidelining symbolic communication actsGraber (1981) Political communication is political language which “comprises of rhetoric as well asparalinguistic signs such as body language, and political acts such as boycotts and protests” (cited onMcNair 2003)McNair (2003: 4)Purposeful communication about politics All forms of communication undertaken by politicians and other political actors for the purpose ofachieving specific objectives Communication addressed to these actors by non-politicians such as voters and newspapercolumnists Communication about these actors and their activities, as contained in news reports, editorials, andother forms of media discussion of politics (p. 4)
  • 18. Denton and Woodward (1990: 14)Pure discussion about the allocation of publicresources (revenues), official authority (who is giventhe power to make legal, legislative and executivedecision), and official sanctions (what the staterewards or punishes)  Emphasizing rhetoric, sidelining symbolic communication acts
  • 19. Graber (1981) Politicalcommunication is politicallanguage which “comprises ofrhetoric as well as paralinguisticsigns such as body language, andpolitical acts such as boycottsand protests” (cited on McNair2003: 3)
  • 20. McNair (2003: 4)Purposeful communication about politics All forms of communication undertaken bypoliticians and other political actors for the purposeof achieving specific objectives Communication addressed to these actors bynon-politicians such as voters and newspapercolumnists Communication about these actors and theiractivities, as contained in newsreports, editorials, and other forms of mediadiscussion of politics (p. 4)
  • 21. Presiden Barack Obama berbagi kue stroberi dengan anaksaat makan siang di restoran Corners Kozy di Oak Harbor,Ohio, 5 Juli 2012.
  • 22. Presiden Barack Obama menyambut siswa kelas dua diSekolah Dasar Long Branch di Arlington, 17 Desember 2010.
  • 23. Presiden Barack Obama berbicara dengan orang-orang diluar restoran Corners Kozy di Oak Harbor, Ohio, 5 Juli 2012
  • 24. Photos: The White House/Pete SouzaPresiden Barack Obama membungkuk ketika Jacob Philadelphia, anak seoranganggota staf Gedung Putih menyentuh rambutnya saat berkunjung ke RuangOval, 8 Mei 2009.
  • 25. SBY asked his staff to reprimandchildren who fall asleep duringhis speech..

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