INTERAKSI KOMUNIKASI KELOMPOK PADA KOMUNITAS BOGOR RUNNERS

Jurnal Komunikatio

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Title INTERAKSI KOMUNIKASI KELOMPOK PADA KOMUNITAS BOGOR RUNNERS
 
Creator Habsyah, Habsyah
ratnamulyani, ike atikah
kusumadinata, ali alamsyah
 
Description This study aimed to determine the interaction in group communication in the Bogor Runners community. The study used a method with a descriptive quantitative approach and was tested by Rank Spearman correlation. The research sample was 56 members of the Bogor Runners Community who were taken using accidental sampling technique. The results of the study indicate that (1) Shaking hands when meeting other members, (2) Giving a smile when meeting other members, (3) Making a telephone conversation when not meeting directly with other members, (4) Pleasing and open when communicate with other members, (5) Share running sports experiences with other members, (6) Give opinions in discussion activities. Interactions that occur in the group communication process have an interpretation rate of 4.33 and are in a very good category.Keywords: Interaction, Community, Group Communication.
 
Publisher FISIP Universitas Djuanda Bogor
 
Contributor FISIP UNIDA
 
Date 2020-04-17
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ojs.unida.ac.id/JK/article/view/2671
10.30997/jk.v6i1.2671
 
Source JURNAL KOMUNIKATIO; Vol 6, No 1 (2020): Jurnal Komunikatio Volume 6 Nomor 1 2020
2549-8002
2442-3882
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://ojs.unida.ac.id/JK/article/view/2671/1764
 
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