Nyimak: Journal of Communication

Nyimak: Journal of Communication ( p-ISSN 2580-3803 ,  e-ISSN 2580-3832 ) launched in 2017 and an academic journal published by the Communication Studies Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang, Indonesia in collaboration with Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia (ISKI). Nyimak: Journal of Communication is published twice a year (March and September).

Nyimak: Journal of Communication has been Accredited with the second rank of  SINTA 2  in the National Journal Accreditation (ARJUNA) by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Republic of Indonesia since December 2022 according to the decision No. 225/E/KPT/2022 as an achievement for peer-reviewed journals that have excellent management and publication quality.

Article published in Nyimak: Journal of Communication, is an article based on the results of research (priority), and articles on scientific reviews of contemporary phenomena in the field of communication. In receiving articles that will be reviewed by internal, external editors and reviewers. Each article entered in the Nyimak journal will be sent to the editor's section through the Initial Review process. After that, the articles will be sent to peer reviewers to get the Double-Blind Peer Review Process.

Before Submission

Starting from Volume 8 Issue 1 (2024), Nyimak: Journal of Communication accept the manuscript in English. The author has ensured that the manuscript has been prepared using the Nyimak: Journal of Communication template following the author's guidelines and not single author. Single author papers are only for invited authors or writers who have a great reputation for research or publications in Communication Sciences. The manuscript must also have proofread and similarity checks carefully (proofreading certificates and similarity checking results must be attached as additional files in the sending process). Any text that does not meet the guidelines, focus and scope of the author, is written in a different format, or has a poor level of difficulty in English, will be immediately rejected. The only manuscript that meets Nyimak: Journal of Communication will be further processed.  

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Vol 7, No 2 (2023): Nyimak: Journal of Communication

Table of Contents


The Government Communication Strategy through Social Media to Increase Public Awareness
Jamalullail Jamalullail, Fidan Safira, Hamdi Hamdi
DOI : 10.31000/nyimak.v7i2.7985
Abstract views : 404 times | Download PDF - 283 times
131 – 146
Interpreting Meaning in Social Criticism through Murals in Indonesia
Rizaldi Parani, Samuel Aditya Darmawan, Herman Purba
DOI : 10.31000/nyimak.v7i2.8190
Abstract views : 251 times | Download PDF - 134 times
147 – 165
Public Controversy in Viewing Covid-19 Information on Instagram
Oktaviana Purnamasari, Puri Kusuma Dwi Putri, Riza Darmaputra, Norhayati Rafida Abdul Rahim
DOI : 10.31000/nyimak.v7i2.8273
Abstract views : 165 times | Download PDF - 101 times
167 – 187
Constructing Engagement Method of Attracting Viewers Attention to Digital Advertisement
Agung Budi Kurniawan, Sri Wulandari
DOI : 10.31000/nyimak.v7i2.8317
Abstract views : 277 times | Download PDF - 153 times
189 – 220
Communication Strategy Through Traditional and Weaving Villages to Increase Cultural Promotion in East Sumba
Laely Indah Lestari, Evi Novianti, Yustikasari -
DOI : 10.31000/nyimak.v7i2.8340
Abstract views : 204 times | Download PDF - 95 times
221 – 237
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Determinant Factors on Audience to Watch TV Station in Indonesia
Rendra Widyatama, Habil Polereczki Zsolt
DOI : 10.31000/nyimak.v7i2.8584
Abstract views : 159 times | Download PDF - 84 times
257 – 273
Semiotic Analysis of the Commodification of Islamic Teachings in Sharia Bank Advertisements in Indonesia
Lazuardi El Ghiffary, Gusti Oka Widana
DOI : 10.31000/nyimak.v7i2.9014
Abstract views : 163 times | Download PDF - 72 times
275 – 296
Are Audience Preferences for Electronic Cinema Affected by Preferences in Indonesian Movie Choices?
Endik Hidayat, Daniel Susilo, Mujiono Mujiono
DOI : 10.31000/nyimak.v7i2.9299
Abstract views : 357 times | Download PDF - 217 times
297 – 320