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Democratisation & New Voter Mobilisation in Southeast Asia

Democratisation & New Voter Mobilisation in Southeast Asia

As Southeast Asia entered the twenty-first century, the procedures and practices associated with democracy had become important social facts in many parts of the region. Democratic participation has grown in the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

This report summarises an IDEAS workshop on voter engagement in Southeast Asia. 

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Democratisation & New Voter Mobilisation in Southeast Asia

Published May 2010

Chapters

Preface: The evolution of Southeast Asian democracy
Dr. Munir Majid, LSE IDEAS

Introduction: Democratisation & New Voter Mobilisation in Southeast Asia
Dr. Eva-Lotta Hedman, LSE IDEAS

Forms of Campaigning and the Transformation of Political Parties
in Indonesia

Dr. Andreas Ufen, German Institute of Global and Area Studies

Moderation and the stagnation of the PKS in the 2009 legislative election
Mr. Syahrul Hidayat, University of Indonesia / Exeter

Message, Medium and Mobilisation in Malaysia: Paradigm Shift or Business as Usual?Prof. Joseph Liow, S. Rajaratnam School of Int’l Studies

Reflections of the 2008 Malaysian General Election: Role of the Internet in Political Communications
Mr. Ibrahim Suffian, Merdeka Centre for Opinion Research

Mobilising Voters in Southeast Asia: Take Thaksin, Take Thailand
Prof. Duncan McCargo, University of Leeds

Popular Mobilisation and Thai Democratisation: Thai Politics in
Late Rama IX Era

Mr. Pravit Rojanaphruk, The Nation Newspaper

Beyond Machine Politics? Reformism, Populism and Philippine Elections
Dr. Eva-Lotta Hedman, LSE IDEAS

Digital Democracy and Voter Mobilisation in the Philippines
Dr. Emmanuel Yujuico, LSE IDEAS

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