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Study of Family Communication On Indonesian Films “Ngeri-Ngeri Sedap”

Pratiwi, Mutia Rahmi and Yusriana, Amida and Lailiyah, Nuriyatul (2022) Study of Family Communication On Indonesian Films “Ngeri-Ngeri Sedap”. In: International Conference Proceeding ICISPE Universitas Diponegoro 22 EMBRACING GLOBAL TRANSFORMATION: COLLABORATIVE INNOVATIONS TROUGH SOCIAL AND POLITICAL RESEARCH 7-8 SEPT 2022. ICISPE Fisip Undip, Semarang. (Submitted)

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Family-themed films have become increasingly popular since 2019, with films such as Keluarga
Cemara, Dua Garis Biru, and Nanti Kita Cerita Tentang Hari Ini (NKCTHI) gaining widespread recognition.
One Indonesian film that has particularly stood out for its portrayal of Batak culture is Ngeri-Ngeri Sedap,
which was released in 2022 and has received positive feedback from audiences. Several academic studies have
been conducted on this film, examining it from three different perspectives. This article presents a narrative
literature review of research on Ngeri-ngeri Sedap. The objective is to describe the studies conducted on this
family film in 2022. The results reveal that the film has been examined from the perspective of the audience,
the way it presents cultural elements, and the use of speech by the actors. Further research could explore the
film's portrayal of gender communication, parent-child interpersonal communication, social communication
from the viewpoint of the Batak people, as well as the marketing communication strategies that contributed to
the film's success. In conclusion, Ngeri-ngeri Sedap has become a noteworthy film for its portrayal of Batak
culture and its popularity among audiences. This review highlights the existing academic research on the film
and suggests areas for further exploration. By examining the film's various elements, researchers can gain a
deeper understanding of how it portrays family dynamics and culture.
Keywords: Literature Review, Family Communication, Film, Culture Communication

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Social Science and Political Science
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Sciences > Department of Communication
Depositing User: diana nirwani
Date Deposited: 13 Oct 2023 03:47
Last Modified: 13 Oct 2023 03:47

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