Perilaku Bullying dalam Pelaksanaan Pemilihan Presiden dan Wakil Presiden Republik Indonesia Tahun 2019 di Media Sosial

Abdul Sakban, Sahrul Sahrul, Andi Kasmawati, Heri Tahir


Bullying can be done through media such as text messages, video images, phone calls, e-mails, chat rooms, Instant Messaging (IM), Social Media sites, and websites. The media that recorded the most cyber-bullying happens is social media sites. The purpose of this research is to identify and outline bullying behavior in the implementation of presidential elections and vice presidents in 2019. In social media, what is the dominant bullying done by both the spouse of the presidential candidate and vice President of the Republic of Indonesia. This research method uses applying qualitative content analysis methods with a descriptive approach to analysis and library research data collection using observations, libraries, and document analysis. Data analysis using stages is an interactive searching and analysis integration. The results showed that bullying behavior in the implementation of presidential and vice president in 2019 is an intentional action that a person takes in the form of good or bad behavior, to blaspheme the spouse of another candidate in order to Gain more support and humility of his political opponents, it is also essential that the impact of Membulli can negatively affect the example of physical symptoms: appetite loss, sleeplessness/sleep disorders, complaints of skin problems, Digestion, and heart palpitations. Psychological symptoms: Anxiety, depression, fatigue, sense of self-esteem decreases, difficulty concentration, moody, self-blame, irritability, to suicidal thoughts. The highest social Media convey bullying in the presidential election, and vice president is Facebook 47%, Twitter 45%, Whatshap 38% from 130 million people.


Bullying; Preside selection; Social media

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