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*Adrial Akbar  -  Universitas Pembangunan Jaya, Indonesia
Open Access Copyright 2021 Interaksi: Jurnal Ilmu Komunikasi under

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In the middle of increasing concerns about acts of sexual violence, the Draft Law on the Elimination of Sexual Violence (RUU PKS), has not yet been ratified. It is made worse by many people who refuse the approval due to the circulation of misinformation. And the press plays an important role here. It can be a corrector or even a disseminator of misinformation, depending on the framing that is formed. Therefore, this study explains the framing patterns of and in presenting news related to the RUU PKS. The research method used is Pan and Kosicki model framing analysis. The researcher looks for the reality that the two media want to build by analyzing the news that is spread around the RUU PKS using four structures, namely: syntax, script, thematic and rhetorical. And it was found that had a framing that the RUU PKS. was not ready to be ratified because many parties, both in general and from the Indonesian House of Representatives itself, thought that this bill could not be ratified. Meanwhile, has framing to describe the lack of seriousness of the Indonesian House of Representatives in discussing the RUU PKS, which led to the failure of this bill to be passed, as well as trying to correct the misinformation circulating. Therefore, the two media analyzed have different framing in presenting news related to the RUU PKS.

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Subject Framing analysis; Pan and Kosicki framing; Sexual violence; RUU PKS
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Keywords: Framing Analysis; Pan and Kosicki Framing; Sexual Violence; RUU PKS

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