Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Media

Democracy Among The Millennials (A Phenomenology Study On Democracy Dialectics In The Millennium Age Among University Students In West Java)

Kokom Komariah; Suwandi Sumartias; Ari Agung Prastowo

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 1212-1222

Political system in Indonesia is never change eventhough Indonesia has through reformation era. Indonesia has Pancasila as a perspective or ideology that it can be used by politician to creating program. Politic is not only how to got a position, but it is talked about how to make relationship between country and the publics, or between country and other countries. In the digital era, politician has alternative media to share their vision, idea and program with their constituents especially millennials. The millennials are potensial voters and they are using digital media to reach information including political message. This research are using phenomenology approach because this research are exploring perspective millennials about democracy, how millennials understanding the political situation and the millennials experiences in politicial communication and how millennials are giving a definition about politic and democracy. The millennial informants of this study were not fully satisfied with the implementation of democracy. It was evident in the fact that there were many cases of fraud and cheat in general election process and that people’s aspiration had not been fully facilitated in policy making processes. In spite of the practice of democracy that was not fully implemented, there was a benefit of democracy in political landscape, i.e. the freedom of speech, especially through digital media. In selecting media as sources of political information, informants considered several criteria, including the way the media delivered the messages, characteristics, and reputation of the media

Journalism And Covid 19: A Study Of How Indian Journalists Are Managing Their Work Amid The Pandemic

Dr. Pavitar Parkash Singh; Sabeeha Shaheen

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 2888-2891

The novel Corona Virus that casted a spell in China turned around and engulfed the whole globe. With nothing available to combat such a preposterous and deadly virus, India too surrendered to the virus. The Corona Virus outbreak has unleashed a terror which world could have hardly imagined of. It has engulfed every sector and every field into its helm. Journalism too hit a bad rock because of the virus. Media mostly thrives on the ground zero reports and stories but due to the virus it has paralyzed the activities thus crippled the ground level work. The present study will enlighten us how journalists of India are managing their work amid the Covid 19 outbreak.

Impact Of Media On The Dissemination Of Me Too Movement

Sabeeha Shaheen; Pavitar Parkash Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6372-6375

With the advent of digital media we are more accessible to world happenings and startling occurrences. We live in the age of less objectivity and more fabrication. Media and social media are seemingly incomprehensible. They paved a way to such a movement that shook the entire globe since its inception. ME Too fathomed immense publicity and wobbled the world with its revelations and disclosures about the influential personalities of the world. Me Too as a moment was need of the hour given the kind of struggle women go through every day, it was meant to be out one day. Media being the driven force added to the authority of the movement and augmented its reach. The study will enlighten us about the importance of such a movement and how media amplified its reach.

Covid19 Impact OnTwelve Sectors Of The Indian Economy

Dr. Amar Yadav

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 5660-5670

This study aims to investigate the reaction of COVID-19 cases (confirmed, deaths, recovered, & active) on twelve sectors of Indian economy by using sectoral indices of national stock exchange. Daily frequency of COVID-19 case categories was obtained from Worldometer from January 30, 2020 to June 30, 2020 and dataset of daily closing prices of twelve sectoral indices (auto, banks, financial services, fast moving consumer goods, information technology, media, metal, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, public sector banks, private banks, realty sector) was obtained from national stock exchange web portal for the same period as of COVID-19. In this study, the ordinary least square regression was used to study the significance of COVID-19 cases (confirmed, deaths, recovered, & active) on twelve sectoral indices. Empirical evidence suggested no significant impact of COVID-19 cases on daily returns of twelve major sectors represented by sectoral indices except in the case of pharmaceutical sector, where daily growth in number of deaths is impacting daily returns on pharmaceutical sectoral index in a positive way. The twelve sectoral indices went into a downward spiral at the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic, but as government and central bank introduced various policy measures, the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on sectoral indices faded away.