Technology advance such as social media utilization to communicate, to express opinions, to interact with each other, and to discover and share information, but this also has its own susceptive. Its positive effect, social media can be used to accelerate the spreading of information, but the negative effects are the spreading of radical ideas, hate speech, hoaxes, etc. which can threaten the national defense and the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia. This research used complex models and a limited amount of samples so that in the data analysis using Smart-PLS software. Smart-PLS using the bootstrapping methods or random multiplication. The results of the research show that knowledge has a positive impact and significant to the attitude of PMII cadre towards hate speech in the 2019 presidential election with the value of P-Values1, 98 in the amount of 14,148. This result shows that the higher knowledge of the cadre about the hate speech in the presidential election 2019, the better attitude of PMII cadres to respond to hoaxes and hate speech in the presidential election 2019 to not make, spread, and affected by the hoaxes and hate speech

Bahasa Abstract

Kemajuan teknologi, seperti penggunaan media sosial untuk berkomunikasi, untuk mengekspresikan pendapat, untuk berinteraksi dengan orang lain, dan untuk menemukan dan berbagi informasi, namun hal ini juga memiliki kerentanan tersendiri. Dampak positifnya, perkembangan media sosial dapat mempercepat penyebaran informasi, namun dampak negatifnya adalah penyebaran paham radikal, ujaran kebencian, haox, dan lain-lain yang dapat mengancam ketahanan nasional serta keutuhan Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia. Penelitian ini dilakukan untuk mengetahui bagaimana pengetahuan (kognitif), perilaku (afektif) dan keterampilan (psikomotorik) organisasi kepemudaan khususnya PMII dalam merespon ujaran kebencian pada pemilu 2019. Metode yang dilakukan dalam penelitian ini adalah metode penelitian kualitatif. Hasil penelitian yang didapatkan yaitu secara kognitif kader PMII banyak yang mengetahui tentang ujaran kebencian meskipun masih ada sekitar 27,29% yang masih belum tahu tentang informasi atau pengetahuan tentang ujaran kebencian, sedangkan secara afektif kader PMII dominan tidak pernah melakukan hal-hal yang berkaitan dengan ujaran kebencian yaitu sebanyak 86,47%. Namun secara psikomotorik, kader PMII masih rendah dalam melakukan upaya pencegahan terhadap penyebaran ujaran kebencian, yaitu sebanyak 46,34%.


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