This presentation examines the practice of cyber troops for manufacturing public consent through social media propaganda in Indonesia from the end of 2019 to 2021. The study employs social media analysis and digital and classical ethnography.
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Malaysia has long been portrayed as a moderate Muslim country.
This conference is an outcome of Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP170104244, Are tax base erosion and profit shifting countermeasures effective? Chief Investigators Alfred Tran, Australian National University, and Miranda Stewa
This paper examines the effects of preschool enrolment, particularly kindergarten, on female labour supply in Indonesia, a country with a large informal sector including for childcare.
Do the currents of conservative Islam in Indonesia have negative consequences for the possibilities of autonomy in life choices, for young educated Indonesian women?
Papua New Guinea is in its seventh consecutive year of foreign exchange shortage since 2013. The shortage has resulted in import compression, weak domestic demand, and lower government revenue.
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The paper examines the impact of international migration on child education in Bangladesh.