Jurnalisme kuning

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Jurnalisme kuning, atau koran kuning, adalah jenis jurnalisme dengan judul-judul berita yang bombastis, tetapi setelah dibaca isinya tidak substansial. Jurnalisme kuning adalah jurnalisme pemburukan makna. Ini disebabkan karena orientasi pembuatannya lebih menekankan pada berita-berita sensasional dari pada substansi isinya. Tentu saja, karena tujuannya untuk meninngkatkan penjualan ia sering dituduh jurnalisme yang tidak profesional, dan tak beretika. Karena yang dipentingkan adalah bagaimana caranya masyarakat suka pada beritanya. Perkara ia diprotes oleh kalangan tertentu tidak akan bergeming. Perkara isinya tidak sesuai dengan fakta yang terjadi, itu soal nanti.

Definisi[sunting | sunting sumber]

Frank Luther Mott mendefinisikan jurnalisme kuning dalam istilah lima karakteristik[1]

Sumber[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Buku Nurudin, Jurnalisme Masa Kini, Rajawali Pers, 2009

Catatan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Mott, Frank Luther (1941). American Journalism. hlm. 539. 

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  • Campbell, W. Joseph (2005), The Spanish-American War: American Wars and the Media in Primary Documents, Greenwood Press 
  • Campbell, W. Joseph (2001), Yellow Journalism: Puncturing the Myths, Defining the Legacies, Praeger 
  • Emory, Edwin; Emory, Michael (1984), The Press and America (ed. 4th), Prentice Hall 
  • Milton, Joyce (1989), The Yellow Kids: Foreign correspondents in the heyday of yellow journalism, Harper & Row 
  • Nasaw, David (2000), The Chief: The Life of William Randolph Hearst, Houghton Mifflin 
  • Procter, Ben (1998), William Randolph Hearst: The Early Years, 1863–1910, Oxford University Press 
  • Rosenberg, Morton; Ruff, Thomas P. (1976), Indiana and the Coming of the Spanish-American War, Ball State Monograph, No. 26, Publications in History, No. 4, Muncie, IN: Ball State University  (Asserts that Indiana papers were "more moderate, more cautious, less imperialistic and less jingoistic than their eastern counterparts.")
  • Smythe, Ted Curtis (2003), in Sloan, W. David, The Gilded Age Press, 1865–1900, The History of American Journalism, Number 4, Westport, CT: Praeger 
  • Swanberg, W.A (1967), Pulitzer, Charles Scribner's Sons 
  • Sylvester, Harold J. (February 1969), "The Kansas Press and the Coming of the Spanish-American War", The Historian 31  (Sylvester finds no Yellow journalism influence on the newspapers in Kansas.)
  • Welter, Mark M. (Winter 1970), "The 1895–1898 Cuban Crisis in Minnesota Newspapers: Testing the 'Yellow Journalism' Theory", Journalism Quarterly 47: 719–724 
  • Winchester, Mark D. (1995), "Hully Gee, It's a WAR! The Yellow Kid and the Coining of Yellow Journalism", Inks: Cartoon and Comic Art Studies 2.3: 22–37 
  • Wood, Mary (February 2, 2004), "Selling the Kid: The Role of Yellow Journalism", The Yellow Kid on the Paper Stage: Acting out Class Tensions and Racial Divisions in the New Urban Environment, American Studies at the University of Virginia 
  • Campbell, W. Joseph (Summer 2000), "Not likely sent: The Remington-Hearst 'telegrams'", Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, diakses 2008-09-06 

Pranala luar[sunting | sunting sumber]

Wikidata: Yellow journalism