Abdul Rohman
Abdul Rohman
RMIT University, Hanoi, Vietnam
Verified email at rmit.edu.vn
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Seeking Common Ground: Coffee Shops as Information Grounds in the Context of Conflict
A Rohman, N Pang
ASIST 2015, 2015
The impacts of mobile social media on collective action: Two case studies from Singapore and Indonesia
N Pang, D Goh, A Rohman
Mobile media, political participation, and civic activism in Asia, 143–156, 2016
Persistent connection and participation: New media use in post-peace movement Ambon, Indonesia
A Rohman
New Media & Society 21 (8), 1787-1803, 2019
How information sharing at information grounds helps reconnect a religiously divided society? Cafes, Christians and Muslims in Ambon, Indonesia
A Rohman
Journal of Documentation, 2020
Truth, Not Fear: Countering False Information in a Conflict
A Rohman, PH Ang
International Journal of Communication 13, 16, 2019
What leads a movement to disband? Frictions within the Kopi Badati movement, Ambon, Indonesia
A Rohman, D Pitaloka
Social Movement Studies, 1-16, 2020
The episodes of a facebook group for information sharing in the Ambon 2011 conflict prevention movement, Indonesia
A Rohman, N Pang, D Pitaloka
Information, Communication & Society 23 (4), 539-554, 2020
Gerakan sosial berbasis media baru bisa redup tapi tak pernah mati: riset dari Ambon
A Rohman
https://theconversation.com/gerakan-sosial-berbasis-media-baru-bisa-redup …, 2020
The emergence, peak, and abeyance of an online information ground: The lifecycle of a Facebook group for verifying information during violence
A Rohman
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 2020
Two new UNESCO creative cities: What challenges do Hanoi and Ambon have in common?
A Rohman
https://www.thejakartapost.com/life/2019/12/27/two-new-unesco-creative …, 2019
Framing, friction, and the continuity of social movements: the case of the ambonese peace movement in Indonesia
A Rohman
Diffusing consumerism in Indonesia: A study on the Yogyakarta Consumer Institute (YCI)
A Rohman
International Journal of Indonesian Studies 1 (2), 96–109, 2015
ICT and gender equality in Asian Islamic countries: Case of Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Pakistan
A Rohman
Mandatory 10 (2), 147–173, 2013
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