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Research Paper | Linguistics | Indonesia | Volume 6 Issue 11, November 2017
Background Analysis of the Golkar Party Conflict News Media (Critical Discourse Analysis)
Abstract: The mass media, especially the print media continuously proclaim the conflict in the body of the Golkar Party. Kompas and Koran Tempo and Republika been actively proclaiming the party's internal conflicts in a long period of time. The third paper by naked eye is still considered to be in a neutral position when viewed from the rules of journalism, which according to the code of conduct. However, when analyzed by using the theory of critical discourse analysis, reporting, these media are potentially indicate a trend is not neutral. This study aims to (1) uncover the socio-cultural practices in the news media Conflict Golkar Party. (2) Determine the position of the media to expose those aspects of the language in the news Golkar Party. (3) Reveals how the media framed (framing theory) in constructing reality Conflict pemberitan Golkar Party. This study used a technique refer in researching language mass media (journalism) that are loaded on three print media, with newspapers Kompas, Koran Tempo and Republika newspaper. Further tapping techniques in the form of technical log and recording technique. The results showed that all three print media, with KoranKompas, Republika, and Koran Tempo results have been utilizing the background of events to construct reality in penyunan text. Use of this setting is intended to give other atmosphere to the audience to see the news from another perspective. The use of foreground elements in the report text writing common in the news, with attention to coherence and cohesiveness among a series of events with other events.
Keywords: Golkar Party, Print Media, Analysis Background
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 11, November 2017,
Pages: 735 - 740
How to Cite this Article?
Dahlan, Darwis, Nurhayati, Ikhwan, "Background Analysis of the Golkar Party Conflict News Media (Critical Discourse Analysis)", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 6 Issue 11, November 2017, pp. 735-740, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20178021
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