Annisa R. Beta
Annisa R. Beta
Lecturer in Cultural Studies at the University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Hijabers: How young urban muslim women redefine themselves in Indonesia
AR Beta
International Communication Gazette 76 (4-5), 377-389, 2014
742014
Commerce, piety and politics: Indonesian young Muslim women’s groups as religious influencers
AR Beta
New Media & Society, 2019
152019
Digital Literacy Through Digital Citizenship: Online Civic Participation and Public Opinion Evaluation of Youth Minorities in Southeast Asia
A Yue, E Nekmat, AR Beta
Media and Communication 7 (2), 100-114, 2019
132019
Socially Mediated Publicness in Networked Society for Indonesian Muslim Women
AR Beta
Jurnal ILMU KOMUNIKASI 13 (1), 2016
92016
Transnational Muslim mediascape: cosmopolitan, pious representations of feminine Muslim identities in Aquila Asia
AR Beta
Embracing Challenges in Current Trends. Proceedings of International …, 2011
82011
The Muslimah Intimate Public: Re-Considering Contemporary Daʾwa Activists in Indonesia
AR Beta
Asiascape: Digital Asia 7 (1-2), 20-41, 2020
32020
POLITICS OF VISIBILITY: AN ANALYSIS OF INDONESIAN YOUNG MUSLIM WOMEN'S GROUPS
AR Beta
32018
Konstruksi Identitas Perempuan Muslim dalam Aquila Asia
AR Beta
Tesis. Depok: Universitas Indonesia, 2012
32012
Are Indonesian Girls Okay? An Examination of The Discourse of Child Marriage, Victimization, and Humanitarian Visuality of Global South Girls
AR Beta, R Febrianto
Jurnal Studi Pemuda 9 (2), 163-176, 2020
22020
CITIZENSHIP AS EXPERIENCE: THE LIVES AND LABOURS OF OVERSEAS INDONESIAN SCHOLARS
I Latifa, AR Beta
International Review of Humanities Studies 4 (1), 2019
12019
Politics of youth survival in times of crisis
AR Beta
Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 21 (4), 484-494, 2020
2020
Knowing responsibly: decolonizing knowledge production of Indonesian girlhood
M Saraswati, AR Beta
Feminist Media Studies, 2020
2020
Young Muslim Women as Digital Citizens in Indonesia – Advocating Conservative Religious Outlook
AR Beta
ISEAS Perspective, 2019
2019
A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE ON VISUAL IMAGERY: UNDERSTANDING THE MENTAL CONNECTION BETWEEN TORTURE SCENES IN THE FILM PENGKHIANATAN G30S/PKI AND INDONESIAN NATIONALISM DURING THE …
AR Beta, I Latifa, NA Utami
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