Putut Widjanarko

Putut Widjanarko
Universitas Paramadina · Graduate School of Communication

Doctor of Philosophy

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July 2009 - present
Universitas Paramadina
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
August 2001 - July 2007
Ohio University
Field of study
  • Media Studies
August 1995 - July 1997
Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Bandung
Field of study
  • Management
July 1983 - March 1990
Bandung Institute of Technology
Field of study
  • Physics Engineering

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Media and communication technology plays a crucial role in diasporic communities by helping members to maintain complex connections with their places of origin, and at the same time to live their life in the diaspora. The social interactions, belief systems, identity struggles, and the daily life of diasporic communities are indeed reflected in the...
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The Japanese occupation of East Asia during World War II was accompanied by its propaganda targeted to the local population. In Indonesia, the military government, among other things, published Djawa Baroe, a fortnightly magazine published from January 1, 1943 to August 1, 1945.Compared to other magazines, this bilingual magazine (in Japanese and B...
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Kutipan: Indonesia: Proyek Bersama yang Tak Pernah Sudah Jadi begitulah, rupanya Indonesia masih utuh, meski tampak tertatih-tatih mengarungi sejarahnya—lebih-lebih dalam satu dasa warsa terakhir. Di tengah-tengah kegalauan itulah, isu reinventing Indonesia menjadi relevan. Reinventing, menciptakan kembali, menemukan kembali. Betapapun para pemimp...
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Kutipan: Di tengah-tengah persoalan-persoalan dan tantangan-tantangan inilah buku di tangan pembaca ini mencoba hadir. Tujuan penerbitan antologi lebih bersifat menatap horizon masa depan Indonesia, dan mencoba lepas dari jebakan persoalan-persoalan jangka pendek. Kalaupun ada kontributor dalam buku ini membahas persoalan-persoalan kekinian, maka...
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The discourse on the relationship between religion and spirituality with communication studies has attracted the interest of many researchers, including Indonesian researchers. However, the literature produced by Indonesian researchers on the discourse, including those that investigate the relationship of communication and Islam, appear to be detac...
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http://jurnalaspikom.org/index.php/aspikom/article/view/1134# Media convergence, the dominant perspective to understanding the recent intertwining development of media and digital technologies, has been criticized for not reflecting the phenomenon of the current media landscape. The convergence-deconvergence-coexistence triad is proposed as the be...
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Artikel ditulis untuk mengenang AE Priyono, aktivis dan intelektual, penyunting buku "Paradigma Islam: Interpretasi untuk Aksi" (Kuntowijoyo)
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Pengantar untuk buku karya Arthur Gish. Mengisahkan secara personal bagaimana kegiatan Art Gish, aktivis Christian Peace Maker Team, menjadi pejuang perdamaian di Palestina. Juga kedekatannya dengan kaum Muslimin di Athens, Ohio, USA.
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Media and communication technology plays a crucial role in diasporic communities by helping members to maintain complex connections with their places of origin, and at the same time to live their life in the diaspora. The social interactions, belief systems, identity struggles, and the daily life of diasporic communities are indeed reflected in the...
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The development of the Internet is said to bring a new pattern in social relations that forms virtual communities, where members may never meet in real life and are not confined by geographical boundaries. According to his critics, Slouka (1995), for example, the Internet has destroyed the joints of communities by turning individuals into anonymous...

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