Press Freedom : Using Correct Information in Indonesian Government Bridle

Balahmar, Ahmad Riyadh Umar and Abadi, Totok Wahyu (2021) Press Freedom : Using Correct Information in Indonesian Government Bridle. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 27 (2). pp. 1-11. ISSN 1528-2686

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The interpretation of Media Freedom in establishing a Harmonious Relationship between the Mass Media and the Government, vividly illustrates that the collection of information from informants is divided into several findings as stated in the theoretical literature on the discussion of chapter two. However, in fact it strengthens the theory of social responsibility, libertarian theory, development theory, and even the theory of democratic participation. However, there are research findings that require more in-depth research as new model research findings. This means that the freedom of the press in harmony between the mass media, government and society is used as a joint guideline (Guidelines Together), then discussed into a mutual understanding (Mutual Understanding/MU) as a guide for media practitioners and press staff in disseminating research journalism. This was done with a qualitative approach, which involved 20 informants consisting of media actors, government, academics, communication experts, and the public. The results showed that in interpreting the freedom of the press it should not only be in the pattern of freedom of one of the pillars only but in interpreting the freedom must be in freedom for a freedom to fully guarantee community involvement so that communities can acquire and exercise their rights as citizens. The government also assures the people to exercise their rights. In the perspective of freedom, this two -pillar pattern of freedom from and freedom for is important in order to provide a framework governed by press freedom. Key words: Press, Freedom, Information, Government, Bridle-Indonesia

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > School of Communication Science
Depositing User: Totok Wahyu Abadi
Date Deposited: 10 Sep 2021 04:01
Last Modified: 10 Sep 2021 04:01

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