International Conference on Emerging Media, and Social Science
December 7-8, 2018 Banyuwangi, Indonesia

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ICEMSS is an international conference will be held on 7-8 December 2018 in Banyuwangi. This conferences is related to media and social studies that involve academics and researchers from all over the world to meet and share about the latest developments in the field of media and social studies.

In this event, participants will be asked to submit research results as well as present as a form of dissemination of information and knowledge.

Each incoming paper will be selected by reviewers who come from universities at domestic and overseas.


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Call for Papers

You are welcome to submit your paper to the ICEMSS 2018

The theme raised in ICEMSS 2018 is:

“New media and development of gender roles: law, social, and economic perspective.”

This theme was raised as an effort to observe the development of new technology that has greatly affected people’s lives. Formerly to seek information, people can get it through conventional radio media, newspapers and television. But now only use the smartphone we can get very much information that can be obtained by accessing the online media portal or sharing and socializing through social media.

For decades it has been stated that the media has the power to shape public opinion. Media not only can form a “worldview” of society, but also able to create awareness and individual belief in reality; a reality that has been defined by the media. Media has a powerful and direct effect to the audience (market).

Including how then the media formed an opinion in the community about gender roles through the content provided by the new media. Of course it will be interesting to study media related to the law, social, and economic perspective.

Full paper and abstract both are welcomed to submit.  Topics are listed but are not restricted to the followings:

Sub themes:

  • New media development
  • New media in law media perspective
  • The political economy of media
  • New media policy
  • Gender in development
  • Media and gender
  • Gender and media in development
  • Gender in Politics Media
  • Gender-based policies
  • Gender-based budgeting
  • Gender-based human resource
  • Media communication in development


Keynote Speakers :

Dr. Panizza Allmark Prof Jusuf Dr. Nik Adzreiman Abdul Rahman Riyadh
 Assoc. Prof. Panizza Allmark, Ph.D
(Edith Cowan University, Australia)
 Prof. Dr. Drs. H. Jusuf Irianto, M.Com.
(Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia)
 Dr. Nik Adzrieman Abdul Rahman
(University Utara Malaysia)
Achmad Riyadh UB, Ph.D
(Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia)


Publication Opportunity

All papers will be published in serial proceedings . indexed by : Scopus/Web of Science.

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Day 1, 7-12-2018
08.00 – 08.30 Pre-registration
08.30 – 09.00 Welcome Drink
09.00 – 09.30 Opening ceremony
09.30 – 12.00 Keynote Presentation
– Keynote 1 : Dr. Panizza Allmark
(Edith Cowan University, Australia)
– Keynote 2 : Prof., Dr., Drs., H., Jusuf Irianto, M.Com.
(Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia)
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch break
13.00 – 15.00 – Keynote 3 : Dr. Nik Adzreiman Abdul Rahman
(University Utara Malaysia)
– Keynote 4 : Achmad Riyadh UB, Ph.D
(Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia)
15.00 – 18.00 Panel Session 1
– Panel A, B, C
15.00 – 15.30 Coffee Break and Networking
15.30 – 17.00 Panel Session 2
– Panel A, B, C
17.00 – 18.30 Prayer Break
18.30 – 20.00 Gala Dinner
Day 2, 8-12-2018 Cultural tour (optional)
06.00-07.30 Breakfast and check out
07.00-08.00 Preparation at pick up point (Hotel Ketapang Indah)
08.00-08.15 On the way to Solong Beach
08.15-09.30 Solong Beach

  • Snacking Traditional Sticky Rice Powder Banyuwangi
  • Enjoying Banyuwangi Tubruk Coffee
09.30-09.45 Headed to District Government Office
09.45-10.45 Visiting “Lounge Pelayanan Public”
10.45-11.15 On the way to Kemiren, Traditional Village
11.15-11.30 Welcome Ceremony – Barong Dance
11.30-12.00 Prayer Break
12.00-15.00 Cultural Discussion at Sanggar Sapu Jagad

  • History of Gandrung Dance
  • Story Behind Banyuwangi Traditional Cuisine
  • Philosophy of Banyuwangi Traditional House
  • Kendi Drinking Challenge
  • Lunch – Pecel Pitik & Uyah Asem
  • Gandrung Dance Performance
15.00-15.20 On the way to gift shop
15.20-16.00 Osing Deles Gift Shop
16.00-16.20 On the way to Pendopo
16.20-17.20 Exploring History of Banyuwangi
17.20-18.00 Prayer Break
18.00-19.00 Dinner at Pendopo
19.00-21.00 Kuwung Festival
21.00 Transfer Out

Conference Rate

Rate  [NEW]
Participant USD 133
DOMESTIC Author IDR 2.850.000
Participant IDR 1.850.000
City Tour IDR 465.000

Registration Fee Include

For Authors For Listeners
  1. Paper presentations
  2. Room for 1 Night (shared room)
  3. E-Proceeding
  4. Attendance to all sessions
  5. Conference program
  6. Name badge
  7. (*)Certificate of Presentation  or Certificate of Attendance
  8. Conference bag
  9. Pick up service from and to airport/ trainstation (upon request)
  1. E-Proceedings
  2. Room for 1 Night (shared room)
  3. Attendance to all sessions
  4. Conference program
  5. Name badge
  6. Certificate of Attendance
  7. Conference bag
  8. Pick up service from and to airport/ trainstation (upon request)



  1. Prof. Jusuf Irianto – Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia
  2. Prof. Rachma Ida – Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia
  3. Panizza Allmark, Ph.D – Edith Cowan University, Australia
  4. Sharyn Graham Davies – Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
  5. Prof Myrtati Diah Artaria – Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
  6. Dr. Nik Adzreiman Abdul Rahman – University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia
  7. Dr. Ida Nurhayati, S.H.,M.H – Politeknik Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
  8. Dr. Moch. Syarif Hidayatullah – UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia
  9. Dr. Upik Mutiara  MH – Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang, Indonesia
  10. Dr. Rachma Sugihartati – Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
  11. Dr. Sigit Hermawan, M.Si. – Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia
  12. Dr. Yuni Woro Astutik, M.Com. – Universitas Wijaya Putra, Indonesia


  1. Prof. Dr. Andriani Eko Prihatiningrum, M.S. (Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia)
  2. Prof. Achmad Jainuri, M.A., Ph.D. (UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Indonesia)
  3. Prof. Dr. Masroro Lilik (Universitas Hang Tuah, Indonesia)
  4. Assoc Prof. Sharyn Graham Davies, Ph.D (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)
  5. Assoc Prof. Dr. Ade Gafar Abdullah, M.Si (UPI, Indonesia)
  6. Norhafezah Yusof, Ph.D. (University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia)
  7. Bahtiar Muhammad, Ph.D. (University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia)
  8. Dr. Amirul Mustofa (Universitas Dr. Sutomo, Indonesia)
  9. Prof Budi Prasetyo (Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia)
  10. Ika Asmorowati, Ph.D (Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia)
  11. Dr. Isnaini Rodiyah (Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia)


Chairperson Dr. Totok Wahyu Abadi, M.Si.
Technical Chairperson A. Riyadh U.B. Ph.D.
  1. Poppy Febriana, M.Med.Kom
  2. Nur Maghfirah Aesthetika, M.Med.Kom
  3. Kukuh Sinduwiatmo, M.Si
  4. Hendra Sukmana, M.KP
  5. M. Tanzil Multazam, M.Kn.
  6. Fika Megawati, M.Pd.
  7. Ilmi Usrotin Choiriyah, M.AP
  8. Lailul Mursyidah, M.AP

Important Dates


  • Full paper submission deadline          : October 30th, 2018 (New)
  • Conference date                                    : December 7th – 8th,  2018



Submission of Abstract and Full Paper

Authors are requested to submit abstract to the Organizing Committee by September 30th, 2018. The abstract of the paper is maximum 200 words and should consist of the following: aim of study, method used, result, and implication. The papers should be written in English and must be between 4 to 5 pages (more pages are subject to additional fee, USD 10/page). Papers should formatted according to the Template (Template).

[IMPORTANT] Authors must register first (click here). Then they can submit their abstracts by logging in to this site (menu Submission System then “Login”). The manuscript (full paper) can be submitted only after authors submit their abstracts. The whole submission process is done fully online (NOT by email) to guarantee smooth administration.

[IMPORTANT] To submit an abstract, authors must create an account first. Then they can submit their abstracts by logging in to their account. The manuscript (full paper) can be submitted only after authors submit their abstract. The whole submission process is done fully online (NOT by email) to guarantee smooth administration. Letter of Acceptance (LoA) and Letter of Invitation (LoI) can be downloaded directly from your account once your full paper is accepted to be presented at the conference.

Payment of Registration Fee
[IMPORTANT] After making the payment, author MUST upload the payment proof through their account (NOT Email). Author can upload by logging in to the online system. Payment receipt can be downloaded directly from your account once your payment is confirmed by the committee.

Bank name : Bank Syariah Mandiri
Swift Code : BSMDIDJA
Bank account name : ILMI USROTIN CHOIRIYAH
Bank account number : 7079742982
Types of account : Current account


  • A certificate of attendance includes participant’s name and affiliation, certifying the participation in the conference.
  • A certificate of presentation indicates a presenter’s name, affiliation and the paper title that is presented in the scheduled session.


Certificate Distribution

All presenters will receive a certificate of presentation from the session chair after their presentations or at the end of the session. The certificate of presentation will not be issued, either at or after the conference, to authors whose papers are registered but not presented. Instead, the certificate of attendance will be provided after the conference.

If authors are not able to present their papers due to unavoidable circumstances, they shall provide the official certification document to request for the certificate of presentation. For more details, please contact the conference secretariat at ilmiusrotin@umsida.ac.id



No refunds will be issued by ICEMCS for any reason. Participants shall have confirmed all conference information before they complete the registration payment.

Cultural Trip

Main Venue

hotel ketapang

A charming property set within a tropical garden in the emerging tourism destination of Banyuwangi on the coast of East Java, indonesia

As a family orientated hotel, it features a collection of comfortable guest rooms and cottages spread across a generous landscape shaded by mature coconut palms.

Covering six hectares, Ketapang Indah Hotel extends to a stretch of volcanic black sand beach with inspiring sunrise views over the Bali Strait. The property blends traditional Javanese hospitality with more contemporary styled facilities to anticipate the needs of both leisure and business travellers.

Ketapang Indah Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the natural beauty and culture of East Java. The volcanic crater lake of Ijen is a magnificent turquoise colour and the site of a labour-intensive (source: www.ketapangindahhotel.com)

Explore further about Hotel Ketapang Indah on www.ketapangindahhotel.com

Address        : Jl. Gatot Subroto Km. 6, Klatak, Kalipuro, Kabupaten Banyuwangi, Jawa Timur 68421

Phone            : (0333) 422280

MAP               :  https://goo.gl/maps/fhdZWvcarNC2


Inside Cultural Trip



Banyuwangi regency is on the easternmost end of Java Island and serves as a port connecting Java and Bali. The name Banyuwangi itself is Javanese for “fragrant water,” a reference to the Javanese folktales of Sri Tanjung.

Every year the regency attracts 1.5 million local tourists and 30,000 overseas tourists to explore the area. Banyuwangi, after all, has a lot of things to offer, from camping to surfing.

Being the east-most city on Java, this is where the dawn first rises in the morning throwing its welcoming rays over Java, this lush green but also most densely populated island. Banyuwangi Regency extends over an area of 5,800 square km, comprising southern beaches brushed by the Indian Ocean, to impressive Mt Raung that stands at 3,282 meters and Mt Merapi at 2,800 meters above sea level.

The town of Banyuwangi is the gateway to your explorations to watch wild animals roam freely in the reserve of Alas Purwo, the oldest game reserve on Java, go trekking through the savannah of Baluran, or find secluded and untouched beaches at Pulau Merah or G-Land, and travel to Sukamade Beach where turtles come to hatch their eggs. Mountain climbers can hike up from Banyuwangi to the stunning Ijen Crater and be amazed by blue flames that spring out among the yellow sulphurous rocks, cut and gathered manually by traditional miners.



Kuwung Festival is an annual parade, which becomes a showcase displaying the authenticity of Banyuwangi , both cultural richness, customs, maupaun excellent potential displayed by representatives of 24 sub-districts of Banyuwangi District.

As many as a thousand people marched through the protocol as far as 2 kilometers. The route covers the start of the front office of Banyuwangi regent on A. Yani road, PB road. Sudirman, road Satsuit Tubun to finish in Blambangan Park.

In addition to the running parade, Kuwung Festival is also packed with a parade of ornamental cars.Local potentials, such as handicrafts and tourist destinations are also packaged in Kuwung festivals.The excitement is felt with the accompaniment of typical music, such as hadrah, kundaran, and jaranan in this authentic cultural festival of Banyuwangi. (source: The Jakarta Post)



The word “Gandrung” comes from the Javanese word that means “desperately in love”. It means that they are in love with the goddess of the rice paddy, Dewi Sri, that brings prosperity to the people of Banyuwangi who are mostly employed as farmers. In gratitude for the good harvest, the people organize a performance which is called “Gandrung” because the farmers were in love with the goddess of the rice paddy.

The Gandrung performance used to be performed at night, running from 09 PM until 04 AM. This traditional art is performed during the day as well to especially welcome distinguished guests.

Gandrung dance that dominated with special orchestration is one of traditional art in Banyuwangi and become the characteristic symbol of Banyuwangi. So, in every event Banyuwangi always has similarity name with Gandrung. In fact, Banyuwangi is often called Gandrung City and in almost every corner of Banyuwangi, we can found Gandrung dance statue. Gandrung is often perform in many event, such as; marriage, Pethik Laut (marine ceremony), circumcision event, anniversary, and the others events. (source: www.eastjava.com)


solong beach

Solong beach is a romantic beach surrounded a panoramic and wonderful beauty. From a distance, spreading out The Bali strait appeared with sailor’s boats and ships come and go frequently.

The nuance of natural beach grown up a lot of coconut trees surrounding it and equipped green grass which formed orderly in keeping as well as white bended design alley connected variety of angle beach. Setting breeze and waving coconut’s leaves effected Solong beach cools off although the weather is warm that make everyone is reluctant to leave.

Just laying down on the grassy field, playing sway and relaxing with hammock. It will be secured delicately in which carried out the beach not wide.



sticky rice

This food is Banyuwangi’s traditional dish which it is never bored to taste. It is made by sticky rice cooked with coconut milk, placed banana’s leaf, served in warm condition with grating coconut as the topping. The salty taste is melting in the mouth, making which you never forget it.






tubruk coffee Banyuwangi is one of the best coffee producer in Indonesia. Its fragrant aroma special Arabica coffee added acid taste and bitter coffee. They are mixed well that make Banyuwangi’s coffee which its enjoyment is forgettable. The best way to enjoy this coffee is by manner of kopi tubruk (coffee tubruk) where coffee seed, in powder form, poured with boiling water without filtered again. When coffee powder has precipitated, it is ready to drink.







Public hall of Sabha Swagata is the place of stay of Banyuwangi’s regent. It is different from commonly public hall, in this place you will find harmoniously atmosphere as well as it has unique building and beautiful inside. Inside there is guest house that is the same bunker as well as beautiful spots to take picture. The Public hall is very homey with spreading out cool green color. no far from guest house, there is osing’s tribe costum that attained the age of hundreds of years as well as an old well which become a part of the legend of Banyuwangi city.





pecel pitik

Pecel pitik is one of the traditional food always served in Osing’s tribe custom ceremony in Banyuwangi. For osing’s tribe people, Pecel Pitik is a food believed a sacred food because it is just served at a special custom ceremonies such as hajatan, ceremonial meal, and clear village. It is made by special ways and there are some avoidances that can be not broken when it is cooked. This food have been hereditarily bequeathed and It is one of special menu for osing’s people.

In addition to its sacred property, this food is also very unique food in serving it because there is grated coconuts, crushed peanut and seasoned flavour in the result that special taste. Besides they used the meat, it is taken from spring chickens which are about 7-8 months age.


uyah asem

Jangan Uyah Asem or Osing tribe people commonly called it Uyah Asem. “Jangan” in Bahasa means vegetable soup. This kind of food has differences with others culinary, it is served only in particular event.

Uyah Asem is made by free-range chicken and papaya. Free-range chicken is selected to become main ingredient because have solid texture than boiler. Its taste is salty. Making this food needs simply spices such as red pepper, chili, tomato, sugar and salt which is finely pounded. It can be added with slice sour carambola in order to make it is more sour and delicious. The way to cook, boiling chicken till well-done then put slice unripe papaya and spices which are finely pounded. Cooking them till soak and it is ready to serve.

This food is proper to enjoy in warm and accompanied with rice, condiment us, and crackers. The gravy is spicy, sour and salty which it make you warm cause its spicy but so delicious.


(Flight, Train, Bus, and Ferry)


Banyuwangi has a well connected transportation, you could get here from other part of Indonesia easily by flights, trains, buses, and ferries. Here we will write a post about “How To Get To Banyuwangi.”



Flight to Banyuwangi only availabe from Surabaya and Denpasar (Bali), flight operates by Garuda Airline and Lion Air twice in a day that takes time mostly at noon. All flights depart from Banyuwangi will be held from Blimbingsari Airport, it is one hour drive from Banyuwangi city center. So make sure you will arrive there in time, the best way to get to Blimbingsari Airport is by hiring a taxi as there is no public transportation available to go to the airport. Taxi will cost you approximately IDR 150.000, there is also airport bus operated by DAMRI from Blimbingsari Airport to the center.



Banyuwangi has well connected train, you could get there easily from other part of Java. Train is the second best option after flight, it is the most popular transportation for Indonesian. Nowadays, Indonesian trains have already improved a lot, more comfort as all trains are equipped by AC, more secure as there is always guards on the train, and cleaner. Here are trains that you could take to get to Banyuwangi :

Train From Yogyakarta To Banyuwangi

There is a direct train called SRITANJUNG which depart from Lempuyangan Train Station in Yogyakarta at 6.30 AM to Banyuwangi with arrival time 9.00 PM. It is economic long distance train that also make a stop at Surabaya, Probolinggo, Jember, and cost you for IDR 94.000.

Train From Surabaya To Banyuwangi

Train travel from Surabaya to Banyuwangi have more options, economic, business, and first class train leave daily from Surabaya Gubeng Train Station. Here the list :

  • Mutiara Timur Siang | Departure 08.30 am – Arrival 03.00 pm | From IDR 85.000 – 150.000
  • Sritanjung | Departure 01.15 pm – Arrival 09.00 pm | From IDR 94.000
  • Mutiara Timur Malam | Departure 10.00 pm – Arrival 05.00 am |  From IDR 100.000 – 200.000

Train From Malang To Banyuwangi

There is only one train available daily from Malang to Banyuwangi called Tawang Alun Train which depart at 3.45 pm then arrive in Banyuwangi at 11 pm (cost for IDR 65.000). Tawang Alun is an economic long distance train, equipped with AC and food court.




Travel by bus to get to Banyuwangi could be doable from most cities in Java such as Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Probolinggo, and Malang. What you need to concern is some busses will not go directly to Banyuwangi as it is a transit bus. Banyuwangi main bus station is “Terminal Brawijaya”, located at Jalan Brawijaya about 10 minutes drive to the city center. Bus prices is varied depend on the departure city, Surabaya to Banyuwangi mostly cost IDR 150.000 / Person (AC and Direct Bus).




Ferries only connect between Bali and Banyuwangi, the ferries run 24 hours non stop which means there is always a ferry cross every 15 minutes. Actually it will need 45 minutes to cross, we have also traffic on sea that will make your crossing time take almost 1.5 hours. To cross by ferry will cost IDR 6.500 / Person, please buy the ticket at the official ticket counter to prevent scam practice.

Source : www.kampungosing.com

Contact Us

Ilmi Usrotin Choiriyah
Whatsapp : (+62) 85 755307555

Lailul Mursyidah
Whatsapp : (+62) 81 233162375

Email : icemss2018@gmail.com