Social Media dan Eksklusi Remaja dalam Perumusan Kebijakan Publik

https://doi.org/10.22146/jkap.7517

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Media sosial telah menjadi bagian penting dari kehidupan remaja masa kini. Remaja pengguna media sosial sesungguhnya memiliki lingkaran pertemanan yang lebih luas di dunia nyata, kesadaran identitas dan rasa memiliki yang lebih baik, serta perkembangan keterampilan teknis yang mereka butuhkan untuk menjadi masyarakat dunia digital. Temuan dalam riset ini menunjukkan bahwa para remaja paham akan isu-isu sosial dan politik yang terbaru baik yang terjadi di level lokal, nasional, maupun internasional. Namun demikian, partisipasi mereka dalam pembuatan kebijakan pemerintah masih tereksklusi. Oleh karena itu, pemerintah harus memanfaatkan media sosial sebagai alat untuk mempelajari suara remaja, sekaligus untuk mem- bangun legitimasi atas kebijakan yang dibuat.

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Remaja, media sosial, formulasi kebijakan

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