Indonesia, like its neighbouring countries in Southeast Asia, has a long history of student activism; from the participation of indigenous and Islamic students to end Dutch colonial rule and a wave of protests in the 1970s against corruption, student movements became a strong force in Indonesia’s democracy. With the changing landscape of technology has also come a shift in how students and youth in Indonesia become politically engaged.
Academic essays and research related to development communications, media and international development, and political communication.
This paper looks at the fragile student movements in both countries and how digital media has played an important role in the reawakening of student youth activism in Malaysia and Singapore.
This was a recorded news interview with ANC on celebrity politics, thrive in the Philippines, weak political party systems, and how social media impacts elections.
I’m presenting my doctoral thesis at UP Diliman’s College of Mass Communication!This will be on April 5, 3:00PM PH time, 7:00AM UK time.
A report written for SAIH, we look at the trends in criminalisation of student activists in six different countries.
Hate speech can incite violence in real life. What do we know about it and what can we do?
This is a short literature review on role of social media in political communication.
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