PERSEPSI MASYARAKAT TENTANG TAYANGAN MISS IMPIAN DI INDOSIAR (Studi pada ibu – ibu rumah tangga dan remaja putri komplek Ariesmunandar 3 Malang)

CARMILA, YASMINE (2009) PERSEPSI MASYARAKAT TENTANG TAYANGAN MISS IMPIAN DI INDOSIAR (Studi pada ibu – ibu rumah tangga dan remaja putri komplek Ariesmunandar 3 Malang). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Keywords: Perception, Reality Show One of the electronic mass media that provide information quickly and can reach all levels of society is television. Indosiar is one private television station that provides information and entertainment needs of society. One of the entertainment which aired by Indosiar and favored by the people, especially mothers and teenage daughters home today is reality show Miss Dream. Miss Dream is a reality television show featuring a group of obese women who have a wide range of expertise for skill performance on stage. Theoretically, perception is a process of giving meaning to stimuli either in the form of events, objects, or relationships obtained * with information and interpret the message concluded. The factors that contribute and influence the process of perception is a state of stimulus person, situation or social circumstances underlying the stimulus, and the circumstances of individuals who perceive in terms of physical, spiritual and related terms. The method of this research is survey method with the type of study to a descriptive with quantitative approach. The study was conducted in a way that produces 80 pre-survey respondents who meet certain criteria, then the formula derived by Taro Yamane, then obtained a sample of 44 respondents. Techniques of data collection is questionnaire and observation and then analyzed with descriptive analysis rationalists. From the research, explained that the public perception of the Miss Dream impressions are as follows: (1) People have a positive perception of the participants of Miss Dreamland, the majority of people recognize the ability of singing, acting, and dancing the participants, in terms of appearance, fashion models are used are in accordance with her body shape, but in terms of colors seems too obvious, the same rating was also given in terms of make up, people also see that the participants have the assertiveness and confidence in the spoken word, (2) Perception of the host society in terms of fashion and women considered to be too much makeup, about the appearance and style of spoken language seems so funny and able to enliven the atmosphere, the people also see the confidence in female announcer. Assessment of the host community on a very positive guy, especially his performance, both make up and fashion is used, but the style of the host language speak man less able to understand, (3) In terms of the Miss Dream program, which used the stage has no artistic value and good art of the settings and colors, in terms of events classified Miss Dream a unique event and is the original work, the selection of winners via audience polling system is an effective and fair, showing daily activities of the participants also considered the community to provide support to the participants. Miss Dream considered as impressions that cater to adults because the placement of broadcast time in the evenings, the main prize of a car considered to society as a form of the seriousness of an event. Impressions Miss Dream also has a positive effect on confidence in its viewers, especially women fat. Based on the above results it can be concluded that the public perception of the Miss Dream is positive impressions based on the criteria outlined above.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Communication Sience
Depositing User: Anwar Jasin
Date Deposited: 02 Apr 2012 07:37
Last Modified: 02 Apr 2012 07:37
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/1648

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