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PUBLIC AND STUDENTS REJECTS FUEL PRICE HIKE

Besides trying to see political parties’ response, Indonesia Media Monitoring Centre (IMMC) also try to see the response from various element of the nation about the plan for fuel price hike. IMMC divide the national element into several parts: the observer, private, states, public and students. From IMMC’s finding, it indicates that there are 171 coverage from observers as a response toward this matter. From that amount, 45% are being supportive (to the plan for fuel price hike). Meanwhile, 32%…

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CONFIGURATION OF RESPONSE FROM POLITICAL PARTIES AGAINST FUEL PRICE HIKE

Plan for fuel price hike has also created a configuration in alliance between political parties. From coverage about fuel price hike, the results from Indonesia Media Monitoring Centre (IMMC) were quite interesting. From 1st February 2012 until 13thMarch 2012, IMMC found a grand total of 128 coverage regarding responses from political parties to the plan for fuel price hike. From that amount, 60 (about 46.8%) are about the rejection for the plan (from some political parties). Meanwhile, there are 48 coverage…

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SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO’S IMAGE COULD FALL WITH FUEL COVERAGE’S NEGATIVE TONE

Furthermore, Indonesia Media Monitoring Centre (IMMC) has been trying to search for coverage’s tone about fuel price hike. Methodologically, there are three tones in coverage: neutral, positive or negative. Usually, the neutral tone usually associated with an events or tragedy. There is no judgment or trends in it. But, when the coverage are associated with fuel price hike, from IMMC’s monitoring, the tone for the coverage tend to be negative. “From total 737 coverage, 43% of them are negative, 36%…

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STARTED IN FEBRUARY, HEATED UP ON MARCH AND PEAKING ON APRIL

Indonesia Media Monitoring Centre (IMMC) is also monitoring how the fluctuations in coverage about fuel price hike plans since 1st February 2012 until 31st March 2012. From the monitoring, it’s very clear that coverage about fuel price hike began to increase rapidly since the first week in February 2012 and peaked at fourth week. “In the last week of February 2012 is when the certainty about fuel price hike plans began to crystalize. One came from the statement of Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono…

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MOST COVERAGE REFUSE FUEL PRICE HIKE

Period for coverage about fuel price hike that are being monitored by IMMC is from February 1st, 2012 to March 13th, 2012. In one and a half month time, IMMC discovered 737 coverage about fuel price hike. However, these numbers are later divided into 934 issues. The issues are greater than the total news itself. Why? Because in one coverage, there are usually more than one issues. “Of course the number will increase if we expand our monitoring scope across…

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IMMC: WORKERS-REPRESENTATIVES RELATIONS “RESENT YET LONGING”

Results from research conducted by Indonesia Media Monitoring Center (IMMC) concluded that legislators (Parliament/Council) are still not accomodative enough in the fulfillment of the workers’ rights and aspirations. This is evident from the lack of response from public representatives on issues related to labors. Based on IMMC’s monitoring, there are only 2,8% from total 1256 coverage which contains response from House of Representatives or the Council about labor issues. “From 10 strategic issues about labors, coverage that contains response from…

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