CONTENT ANALYSIS OF NEWS COMPLETENESS ELEMENTS TEXT FOR STUDENTS OF SMP NEGERI 24 PADANG

Ria Satini, Ricci Gemarni Tatalia, Wahyudi Rahmat

Abstract


This research is motivated by the presentation of news in the news text of students of SMPN 24 Padang who ignore the elements of completeness of the 5W + 1H news. Technically, news writing must meet the 5W + 1H elements, namely, what, who, where, when, why, and how. News as an introduction to information published through the mass media. Events in the news are something that happens in human life and are observed and then reported. Events that will be developed into news must be developed through aspects of the story, data, and facts. This study aims to describe the elements of completeness of the news in the news text of students of SMPN 24 Padang. The method used was quantitative content analysis with simple random sampling technique. The results of this study are that the news texts of the students of SMPN 24 Padang tend not to contain elements of the completeness of the 5W + 1H news. From the data for 5 items (16.67%) there was no when element, 8 items (26.67%) had nowhere element, 16 items (53.33%) had no why element, 20 items (66.67%) did not there is an element of how. The elements of what and who are not found incomplete in the news. In general, it can be concluded that the news text of SMPN 24 Padang students is incomplete using the 5W + 1H elements


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.51817/jas.v1i1.5

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