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Annisa R. Beta

I’m a Lecturer in Cultural Studies at the School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne, Australia. My research is broadly concerned with youth, new media, and political subjectivity in Southeast Asia. I have written and published about young Muslim women in Indonesia and their extraordinary influence in shifting the ideals of piety, socio-political participation, and citizenship.

Most recent publications
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Beta, A. R. (2020). The Muslimah Intimate Public: Re-Considering Contemporary Daʾwa Activists in Indonesia. Asiascape: Digital Asia, 7(1–2), 20–41. Brill.

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Saraswati, M., & Beta, A. R. (2020). Knowing responsibly: Decolonizing knowledge production of Indonesian girlhood. Feminist Media Studies.

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Beta, A. R. (2019). Commerce, piety and politics: Indonesian young Muslim women’s groups as religious influencers. New Media & Society, 21(10), 2140–2159.

Open Access

Yue, A., Nekmat, E., & Beta, A. R. (2019). Digital Literacy Through Digital Citizenship: Online Civic Participation and Public Opinion Evaluation of Youth Minorities in Southeast Asia. Media and Communication, 7(2), 100-114. 

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