International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Communication or Media Studies | Indonesia | Volume 4 Issue 8, August 2015

Pattern of Communication in Conflict of Establishment the Capital District of North Buton, Indonesia

Laode Muh.Umran | Nasruddin Suyuti [2] | Bahtiar [6] | Dasmin Sidu [5]

Abstract: Pattern of communication in conflict of establishment the capital district of north Buton was patterned are Environmental conditions, Socio-cultural structures, Pattern of Solidarity, and specific interest charge from community. This condition is formed as one of the strengths from actor in each region. Person affiliate in a community because his own conscience, its also determined by condition of region where they exist. The actors networks create their self and take the attributes as a result from relationship between person with another as a human and non-human. Its mean that a creating process happened to himself as results were affected and caused by his relationship with another actors in his environment The actors network, though as group actor or as individual actor should be able to mobilize and be a role model for social groups around. Being an actor is not easy and occurs naturally in a person, except a group or a person has something that is not owned by another person or group. However, it also should be known that in natural world or scientific world. There are many kinds and types of actors. Besides that, there are many factors can make person become an actor, though as formal actor or non-formal actor. A person can be an actor because network patterns of power, network patterns of interests, network patterns of sentiment, network pattern of socio-cultural, network pattern of diversity, network pattern of politics, network pattern of economic, and network pattern of Environment.

Keywords: Pattern of Communication, conflict, capital establishment

Edition: Volume 4 Issue 8, August 2015,

Pages: 1748 - 1757

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