International Seminar of Language, Education, and Culture ISoLEC 2021, Universitas Negeri Malang.
It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you all to the International Seminar of Language, Education, and Culture 2021 hosted annually by the Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang.
This year we conduct all the keynote and parallel presentations through an online platform. COVID-19 has brought us both challenges and opportunities into our lives but through this seminar, we choose to focus on the latter one.
The other key issues in the seminar include innovations in language, education, and culture; online teaching and learning practices; corpus-based language teaching and research; language in media; gender and identity; pop, contemporary and digital culture; multilingualism and translanguaging; culture and spirituality; visual and performing arts, and oral tradition and local culture.
Prominent scholars in the field of language, literature, and arts are invited to share their insights and expertise on issues related to the theme. We proudly welcome Prof. George Quinn, Australian National University, Australia; Dr. Martin Ebner, Graz University of Technology, Austria; Assoc. Prof. Mary Susan Philip, University of Malaya, Malaysia; Dr. Maria Francisca Maria Ivone, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia; Prof. Nurul Murtadho, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia; and Dr. Ahmad Hisham Zainal Abidin, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
We are delighted to see many academics, researchers, practitioners, teachers, and students participating in this online seminar despite the current global health crisis. We strongly hope that you can take as much benefit as possible from this conference.
Local Online Media Framing Concerning Prospective Candidates Of Regional Election In Pacitan 2020
Agoes Hendriyanto(1), Andrik Purwasito(2), Wakit Abdullah Rais(3), Sri Hastjaryo(4)
The Doctoral Program of Cultural Studies of Sebelas Maret University Graduate School
One of the most significant current discussions in moral and prospective social optimism is the regional election as well as the general election. So far, however, there has been little systemic discussion about the issue. It was decided that the best approach to adopt for this investigation was ‘constructivism’. It views messages presented in the form of news in the local online media in Pacitan in framing those prospective candidates in the Pacitan regional elections.