Asia Institute Tasmania

Public Lecture | Malaysia 14th General Elections

Summary

Dr Tan Meng Yoe, Monash University, Malaysia campus

Start Date

21st Aug 2018 6:00pm

End Date

21st Aug 2018 7:00pm

Venue

Humanities Room 346, School of Humanities, CALE, University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay campus

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Malaysia’s 14th General Elections: Mainstream Newspaper Coverage of Political Parties

Mainstream news in Malaysia remain an important site of study during Malaysia’s 14th general elections. Despite the public’s decreasing trust in them, state-owned mainstream newspapers are a presentation of what its stakeholders consider to be key issues. This seminar deals with the content analysis of how competing political coalitions are covered and framed in four English and Malay language newspapers during the campaign period.

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Dr Tan Meng Yoe is the coordinator for the Master in Communication and Media Studies program, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Monash University, Malaysia campus. He is the co-founder of the Southeast Asia Internet Researchers Network (SEAIRN), a platform established in 2016 to bring together researchers of the internet in the region for networking and research collaborations. This initiative was following the inaugural Internet in Southeast Asia: Power and Society symposium, in which he served as co-chair.

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