Analisis Komunikasi Antar Penggemar “Seventeen” sebagai “Cyberfandom’’ di Twitter

Mediator: Jurnal Komunikasi

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Title Analisis Komunikasi Antar Penggemar “Seventeen” sebagai “Cyberfandom’’ di Twitter
Creator Afifah, Eza Okta
Kusuma, Triarona
Subject Communication
Twitter, Seventeen Fans, CMC, new media, qualitative, netnography, cyber community
Description Research on “The Analysis of Communication Among Fans of Seventeen as a Cyberfandom on Twitter” comes from the observation of the fan phenomenon of a K-Pop group Seventeen on Twitter. Seventeen fans, known as Carat, use Twitter as a medium to communicate and share information between fans. The theory that used in this article are CMC theory, new media theory and cyber community theory. This article used a method of netnography or online ethnography conducted with interviews and online observation of the activitiy of Seventeen fans Twitter account. The analysis technique used in this article is qualitative analysis technique by using data reduction, data presentation and data conclusion. The results of this paper indicates that Seventeen fans exchange information and communicate with each other using Twitter. Carat uses the tweets, reply, quote tweet, retweet and direct message to communicate and exchange information on Twitter.
Publisher Pusat Penerbitan Universitas (P2U) LPPM Unisba
Date 2019-06-18
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article

Format application/pdf
Source Mediator: Jurnal Komunikasi; Vol 12, No 1 (2019): (Accredited Sinta 3); 71-80
MediaTor (Jurnal Komunikasi); Vol 12, No 1 (2019): (Accredited Sinta 3); 71-80
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Mediator: Jurnal Komunikasi

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