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Phenomenology of Communication Behavior of Football Supporters in Giving Support in Brebes Regency, Central Java, Indonesia
This research aims to study the phenomenology of communication behavior of football supporters in giving support in Brebes Regency, Central Java, Indonesia. This research was also conducted using qualitative approach with phenomenology and ethnography design with critical ethnography type research. The sources of data were collected by research informants using Purposive Sampling and Snowball technique. Data collection technique was conducted by observation, interview, and documental study, data analysis was conducted inductively using interactive cycle by Miles and Huberman. The results show that the phenomenology of communication behavior of football supporters was influenced by identity, attributes, and action, as the forms of delivering messages with language and certain symbols. The messages proposed to football team which they supported and parties of their favorite football team. A verbal and non-verbal support for their favorite team that was given when it had a match in or outside the field was their way to communicate. Their messages were expected to be delivered and received by the team or other parties, so that there was a feedback for the messages.

Phenomenology, Behavior, Communication, Football Supporters

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