ARKEOLOGI, PUBLIK, DAN MEDIA SOSIAL DI MALUKU

Marlon Ririmasse

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Abstract. Social media has become a tool that links almost all aspects of human life, from the technology of information to the cultural segment where archaeology is part of it. For more than two decades, social media not only has become an informal place to encounter and exchange of ideas but also holds important role to share about archeological knowledge to the public in Maluku. This paper attempts to observe the correlation between archaeology and social media to support the effort of expanding the archaological knowledge and cultural history in Maluku. The method used in this research is literature study. The results of the study indicates that social media has become one of the main agents in the publication of archaeological knowledge in Maluku and is very prospective for further development.

Keywords: Archaeology, public, social media, Maluku

 

Abstrak. Media sosial telah menjadi wahana yang bertautan dengan hampir seluruh aspek kehidupan manusia saat ini mulai dari ranah teknologi informasi hingga segmen kebudayaan, termasuk di dalamnya disiplin arkeologi. Sudah lebih dari dua dekade media sosial tidak saja menjadi ruang informal perjumpaan dan pertukaran gagasan, tetapi telah menjelma menjadi motor efektif yang turut menggerakkan dinamika akademis disiplin arkeologi, termasuk menjadi agen bagi interaksi arkeologi dan masyarakat. Media sosial berperan sebagai salah satu ruang paling efektif dalam meluaskan pengetahuan arkeologi bagi publik juga masuk di Maluku. Makalah ini mencoba mengamati hubungan disiplin arkeologi dan media sosial bagi perluasan pengetahuan arkeologi dan sejarah budaya untuk masyarakat di Maluku. Metode yang digunakan adalah kajian pustaka. Hasil studi menemukan bahwa media sosial telah menjadi salah satu agen utama dalam publikasi pengetahuan arkeologi di Maluku dan prospektif untuk terus dikembangkan ke depan.

Kata kunci: Arkeologi, publik, media sosial, Maluku


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Arkeologi, publik, media sosial, Maluku

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