PELATIHAN JURNALISME WARGA BAGI PEMUDA UNTUK MENDORONG PENINGKATAN PELAYANAN PUBLIK DI KABUPATEN BULELENG

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I Gusti Made Arya Suta Wirawan I Ketut Margi Wayan Mudana

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The purpose of this workshop wasto help the community, especially youth in Buleleng Regency who could utilize social media for proclaiming facts in public service. This is very important in addition to improving youth understanding of healthy internet, this activity also sought to increase the sensitivity and enthusiasm of youth to the problems that often arise on public services in the region where they live. While the benefits gained through this activity are, first, increasing the understanding of youth about the role and important functions of citizen journalism: second improving the ability of youth in writing news according to the rules of journalism: third, improving the ability of youth in the use of social media to comments on publicservice: fourth, for improving the quality of public services through evangelic activities by the community (youth). The audience of this activity consisted basically of students, junior journalist, NGO, young lecturers as well as some elements of youth organizations especially those who actively use social media. The criteria of the audiences are based on the observation ranges from age 17 to 35 years, who like or intensively use the internet or social media. The total participants of this activity were 30 participants. This workshop was held on 31 August 2017 in the FHIS Seminar Room and raises several drafts of writing that talk about traditional markets vs. modern market, the condition of regional libraries, and issue of radicalism. 

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WIRAWAN, I Gusti Made Arya Suta; MARGI, I Ketut; MUDANA, Wayan. PELATIHAN JURNALISME WARGA BAGI PEMUDA UNTUK MENDORONG PENINGKATAN PELAYANAN PUBLIK DI KABUPATEN BULELENG. Seminar Nasional Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, [S.l.], v. 2, p. 243-249, nov. 2017. Available at: <http://eproceeding.undiksha.ac.id/index.php/senadimas/article/view/1039>. Date accessed: 20 nov. 2018.
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