Analysis of Influence Demand Independentity of Citizen Papua against Notification Cenderawasih Post at Year 2011 - 2016

Hendrik Vallen Ayomi, Pawito ., Felix Reba


This research aims to determine the influence of action demands independence of the people of Papua to the Daily Cenderawasih Post. In the last six years, Cenderawasih Post Daily considered the information regarding the demands of Papuan independence an important event to be preached to a wide audience. This can be seen from the news about the action of independence demand that emerged in the last six years among them from 2011 to 2016. In this research, will show how much influence the demands of Papuan independence to the reporting of Cendrawasih Post coverage during the period mentioned above. This research uses quantitative method; where content analysis is used to quantitate headlines and the number of demands on the background of the anniversary, then linear regression and correlation analysis is used to calculate the effect of independence demand on media coverage. The data used in this research is the overall headlines obtained from Cenderawasih Post Daily in the study period which amounted to 240 headlines. The results of this research indicate that the influence of independence demand on media coverage is 75.4%, while the rest (100% - 75.4%) = 24.6% is influenced by other factors. In addition, there is also a correlation between the demand for independence with media coverage of 0.868, where both variables are significant, because 0.024 <0.05.

Keywords: Freedom Claim, Media Coverage, Linear Regression, Correlation.

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