The author is currently pursuing her doctoral degree at Monash University under Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship.
She is interested in mediatised conflict, de-Westernised comparative media framework, narratives of nationalism and the South China Sea disputes.
Lecturer in the Faculty of Communication, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara
Chinese Culture University, Master of Arts in Journalism
Frenemy in Media: Maritime Sovereignty and Propaganda on South China Sea, The Indonesian Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 1(2), 165-183
Competing on the Sea: China's Rise in Asia Pacific and Strategic Positions in Media, The Indonesian Quarterly, 46(1), 6-26
Indonesia`s media and the South China Sea, Strategic Review, 8(1), 76-80
Indonesian Mainstream News Coverage of the South China Sea Disputes: A Comparative Content Analysis, Asian Politics & Policy, 9(2), 331-336
Media Propaganda Techniques in the South China Sea Dispute, Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia, 2(1), 1-5