Academic journal articles


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


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


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. 

Open access

Latifa, I., & Beta, A. R. (2019). Citizenship as experience: The lives and labours of overseas Indonesian scholars. International Review of Humanities Studies4(1), 84–95.

Open Access

Yue, A., Nekmat, E., Beta, A. R., Kwok, Y.C. (2019). 2019. “亚洲青年的数字公民权——从数字行动到数字素养,” (“Youth Digital Citizenship in Asia: From Activism to Literacy”) trans. Hao Yuman, 《热风学术网刊》 no. 14 , September: 20-32.

Open access

Beta, A. R. (2016). Socially Mediated Publicness in Networked Society for Indonesian Muslim Women. Jurnal Ilmu Komunikasi13(1).

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Beta, A. R. (2014). Hijabers: How young urban muslim women redefine themselves in Indonesia. International Communication Gazette, 76(4–5), 377–389.


Conference Proceedings

Open Access


Beta, A. R. (2019). Young Muslim Women as Digital Citizens in Indonesia – Advocating Conservative Religious Outlook. ISEAS Perspective, (2019/39).



Beta, A. R. (2011). Transnational Muslim mediascape: cosmopolitan, pious representations of feminine Muslim identities in Aquila Asia. Embracing Challenges in Current Trends. Proceedings of International Conference on Language and Communication (pp. 124–129). Presented at the International Conference on Language and Communication 2011, Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University College.

In the press

Beta, A. R. (2020, Feb 4). Di mana perempuan muda (di) Indonesia?The Conversation Indonesia.


Beta, A. R. (2019, May 21). Forget Indonesia’s loud male Islamists. Instagram’s female Muslim influencers do politics disguised as a selfieSouth China Morning Post.


Beta, A. R., & Neyazi, T. A. (2019, January 30). What can tweets reveal about Jokowi and Prabowo? The Jakarta Post.


Beta, A. R. (2008, November 16). By the Way: Porn Bill Fuel for a Modern-Day Witch HuntThe Jakarta Post.


Beta, A. R. (2008, August 10). Face/off: Develop the Nation through Minds, Not Muscles. The Jakarta Post.


Beta, A. R. (2008, April 13). By the Way: Taking Hold on the Crammed Depok-Jakarta Train. The Jakarta Post.