Exploitation and Marginalization of Women in Online Media News

Dian Marisha Putri, Emma Marsella

Abstract


The phenomenon of online media coverage is that many women's reports exploit the existence of women as objects to seek benefits from this gender, the news of the two women who are used as objects that are treated as biological satisfiers, as objects that can be harassed or even marginalized. The primary data of the study were 10 online media reports, using Nourman Fairclough's Critical Discourse Analysis tool about "Exploitation and Marginalization of Women in Online Media Reporting". This qualitative descriptive research method aims to describe: (1) Marginalizing women's news in online media.Based on the results of data analysis, it can be concluded that eThe exploitation of women in online media includes: a) Online prostitution, b) Women are made into commodities, c) Threats of digital violence, d) Women are sexually harassed, e) Harassment of women in the name of local culture, f) Contract marriage 'siri' marriage. Whereas the form 2) Marginalizing Women in Online Media is carried out such as: a) Title of online news that corner women, b) Marginalizing women by using diction, c) Lowering the dignity of women with culture, d) Lowering the dignity of women with terms.


Keywords


exploitation; marginalization; women; online media

Full Text:

PDF

References


Bell, Allan and Peter Garrett. (1998). Approaches to Media Discourse (First Published). Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishers Ltd.

Darma, Yoce Aliah. (2009). Critical Discourse Analysis. Bandung: Yrama Widya.

Driyarkara Editorial Team 1993. Discourse on Society and Humanity. Gramedia Pustaka Utama.

Fairclough, Norman. (1995). Media Discourse (First Published). New York: Edward Arnold (A member of the Hodder

Fakih, Mansour. (2012). Gender Analysis and Social Transformation. Yogyakarta: Student Library.

Juju, Dominikus and Feri Sulianta. (2010). Black and White Facebook. Jakarta: PT Elex Media Komputindo.

Lubis, R et al. (2019). Survival Strategy for Lokan Seekers in Paya Pasir Village, Kec. Marelan, Medan, Indonesia. Budapest International Research and Critics Institute-Journal (BIRCI-Journal). P. 293-303.

LRC-KJHAM Monitoring Division. (2009). Report on Cases of Gender Based Violence in Central Java, 2008-2009. LSM LRC-KJHAM: 1-27.

Mossae. (2002). Gender and Development. Student Libraries. Yogyakarta.

Moelong, Leksi J. (2005). Qualitative Research. Rosda Karya: Jakarta.

Sunarto. (2009). Television, Violence & Women (First Edition). Jakarta: Kompas Book Publisher.

Sagala, V. & Rozana, E. (2007). Eradicating Trafficking of Women and Children. Bandung: Corner 85.

Saragih, M.,Y. (2018). Some Characteristics of Islamic Journalism Based on Al Quran. Budapest International Research and Critics Institute-Journal (BIRCI-Journal). P. 01-10

Saragih, M. and Harahap, A.(2020). The Challenges of Print Media Journalism in the Digital Era. Budapest International Research and Critics Institute-Journal (BIRCI-Journal).P. 540-548

Sutedi. (2011). Television, Violence & Women. Jakarta: Kompas Book Publisher.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birci.v3i4.1396

Article Metrics

Abstract view : 20 times
PDF - 2 times

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.