Category: Journalism and Communications


The Adolescents’ Habitual Use of New Media: The Mapping of New Media Habit Indonesian Adolescents

The future of the world, culture, and style will be owned by digital native. For that reason, the comprehension of the life, behavior, and habit of adolescent as the digital natives becomes a significant issue to be observed. So far, there is no any comprehensive and massive data related to adolescent habitual use of media


The Views of University Students on Sponsorship

Sponsorship is an important work area for public relations academics and practitioners. Sponsorship connections between an organization and its publics can lead to mutually beneficial relationships and outcomes. Sponsorship is a way of achieving a number of public relations, advertising and marketing objectives for organizations. University students have various views on sponsorship. In this study


The Level of Mass Media Usage of Electors in Political Enlightenment: A Fieldwork with University Students

Electors, one of the most important actors of elections, want to have a deep knowledge about alternative parties and candidates in order to decide which party or candidate to vote for before acting voting. For this reason they head towards their families, circle of friends, social groups they belong to, opinion leaders and mass media.


News Coverage of Municipal Elections 2014 in the Turkish Press

On December 17, 2013, as Turkey was on the brink of a new year awaiting three important elections, three separate corruption investigations started against the administration which was already criticized with showing authoritarian attitudes since the Gezi Park events. Minister children and ministers were among the prosecuted in this first wave, and a follow up