Nyarwi Ahmad, S.I.P., M.A.

Tentang Saya

Nyarwi Ahmad merupakan salah satu staf pengajar di Departemen Ilmu Komunikasi, FISIPOL UGM. Ia menamatkan pendidikan S-1 di Jurusan Ilmu Komunikasi, FISIPOL UGM tahun 2005 dan S2 bidang Manajemen Komunikasi Politik, FISIP UI tahun 2008. Saat ini, ia sedang menyelesaikan pendidikan Doktoral di bidang komunikasi politik dan marketing politik di Faculty of Media and Communication, Bournemouth University, UK.

Nyarwi Ahmad bisa dihubungi melalui email: gloryasia2008@gmail.com.

Nyarwi Ahmad, S.I.P., M.A.

Tentang Saya

 

Nyarwi Ahmad merupakan salah satu staf pengajar di Departemen Ilmu Komunikasi, FISIPOL UGM. Ia menamatkan pendidikan S-1 di Jurusan Ilmu Komunikasi, FISIPOL UGM tahun 2005 dan S2 bidang Manajemen Komunikasi Politik, FISIP UI tahun 2008. Saat ini, ia sedang menyelesaikan pendidikan Doktoral di bidang komunikasi politik dan marketing politik di Faculty of Media and Communication, Bournemouth University, UK.

Nyarwi Ahmad bisa dihubungi melalui email: gloryasia2008@gmail.com.

Daftar Riset

Journal Articles

  • Ahmad, N. (2017). Political Marketing Management of Parliament under the Presidential Government System: A Lesson Learn from the Indonesia House of Representative Post-New Order Soeharto. Journal of Political Marketing, 16 (2), 71-94.

Book Chapters

  • Ahmad, N. (2017). The Internet, Social Media, and Knowledge Production and Development of Political Marketing. In: Ritesh Chugh (eds). 2017. Harnessing Social Media as a Knowledge Management Tool. Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global, 177-209.
  • Ahmad, N. (2017). The Social Media Usage and the Transformation of Political Marketing and Campaigning of the Emerging Democracy in Indonesia: Case Study of the 2012 Gubernatorial Election of the Special Region of the Capital City Jakarta. In Patrut and Patrut (eds). 2014. Social Media in Politics: Case Studies on the Political Power of Social Media. Springer.

Books Editor

  • The Internet and Social Media As Means for Knowlegde Productions and Developments of Political Communication and Marketing, published by IGI Global (Forthcoming)
  • The Internet and Social Media Adaptations, the Spiral of Social-Mediatisation of Politics and Political Engagement, Participation and Trust in Political Institutions in the Post-Truth Era published by IGI Global (Forthcoming)

Conferences

  • Professionalization campaigning of Indonesian political parties and the parliamentary and the presidential candidates of these parties facing the 2014 parliamentary and presidential elections. In: the 6th Annual Postgraduate Conference 22-23 January 2014 Bournemouth University, UK.
  • Woman Politician as Minority Group in the Indonesian House of Representative, 2009-2014. In: MeCCSA 2014 8-10 January 2014 Bournemouth University, UK.
  • The Political Marketing and the Future of Indonesian Democracy: Assessing Its Inherent Critiques, Challenges and Opportunities. In: Paper for International Conference on the Indonesian Development (ICID) 12-13 September 2013 ISS-The Hague, Netherland.
  • Political Marketing Management of the Indonesian Parliament: Assessing the Political Marketing Management Approach and Its Challenges of the Indonesian House of Representative (2009-2014). In: Paper for panel on “Transformational Communication and the New Asia” organized by Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), the 22nd Annual International Conference 4-7 July 2013 Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
  • The Rise of Integrated-Participatory Political Marketing (IPPM) of the Contemporary Local Election in Indonesia: A Case Study of Political Marketing Model of Jokowidodo-Basuki Tjahaya Purnama during the 2012 Governatorial Election of Special Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. In: Communication Politique Comparée 14-15 June 2013 Palais Luxemburg, Paris.
  • From Mass Mediated-Political Marketing to Mixed Mediated-Political Marketing: The Rise of Social Media as Political Marketing Tools During The 2012 Governatorial Election of Special Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. In: nternational Conference of the PSA UK 24-27 March 2013 Cardiff University.
  • The Changing and Challenging of Indonesian Political Communication and Political Marketing Performances Facing the Indonesian 2009 Election. Paper prepared for Presentation of AMIC Conference. New Delhi, July, 13-16, 2009. In: AMIC Conference 13-16 July 2009 New Delhi, India.

Daftar Publikasi

Current Researches

  • The Indonesian Political Parties and Mediatisation of Politics during the 2014 Parliamentary and Presidential Elections. Independent Research Project.
  • The Indonesian Media and Mediatisation of Politics during the 2014 Parliamentary and Presidential Elections and the 2005-2017 Local Elections. Independent Research Project.
  • The Causes and Consequences of Celebritisation of Politics in the New Democracy of Indonesia. Independent Research Project.
  • Social Media, Marketization of the Indonesian Political Parties’ Candidates and Their Impacts on Online Political Engagement during the 2017 Gubernatorial Election of Jakarta. Independent Research Project.
  • Marketization and Professionalization of Campaigning of Political Parties in the New Democracy: An Investigation of the Structural Conditions and Factors That Determined Developments of Marketization and Professionalization of Campaigning of the Indonesian Political Parties Post-Soeharto New Order. PhD to be submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of Bournemouth University for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Bournemouth University, UK (September 2017).

Personal Contact, Outreach & Engagement

  • Scopus ID: 57016092600
  • ORCID: 0000-0001-7392-910X
  • One of Reviewers of the International Journal of Strategic Communication (IJSC)
  • One of Reviewers of the International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development (IJSKD)
  • One of Reviewers of a Book published by IGI Global, entitled “Harnessing Social Media as a Knowledge Management Tool, edited by Ritesh Chugh, PhD.

Daftar Riset

Journal Articles

  • Ahmad, N. (2017). Political Marketing Management of Parliament under the Presidential Government System: A Lesson Learn from the Indonesia House of Representative Post-New Order Soeharto. Journal of Political Marketing, 16 (2), 71-94.

Book Chapters

  • Ahmad, N. (2017). The Internet, Social Media, and Knowledge Production and Development of Political Marketing. In: Ritesh Chugh (eds). 2017. Harnessing Social Media as a Knowledge Management Tool. Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global, 177-209.
  • Ahmad, N. (2017). The Social Media Usage and the Transformation of Political Marketing and Campaigning of the Emerging Democracy in Indonesia: Case Study of the 2012 Gubernatorial Election of the Special Region of the Capital City Jakarta. In Patrut and Patrut (eds). 2014. Social Media in Politics: Case Studies on the Political Power of Social Media. Springer.

Books Editor

  • The Internet and Social Media As Means for Knowlegde Productions and Developments of Political Communication and Marketing, published by IGI Global (Forthcoming)
  • The Internet and Social Media Adaptations, the Spiral of Social-Mediatisation of Politics and Political Engagement, Participation and Trust in Political Institutions in the Post-Truth Era published by IGI Global (Forthcoming)

Conferences

  • Professionalization campaigning of Indonesian political parties and the parliamentary and the presidential candidates of these parties facing the 2014 parliamentary and presidential elections. In: the 6th Annual Postgraduate Conference 22-23 January 2014 Bournemouth University, UK.
  • Woman Politician as Minority Group in the Indonesian House of Representative, 2009-2014. In: MeCCSA 2014 8-10 January 2014 Bournemouth University, UK.
  • The Political Marketing and the Future of Indonesian Democracy: Assessing Its Inherent Critiques, Challenges and Opportunities. In: Paper for International Conference on the Indonesian Development (ICID) 12-13 September 2013 ISS-The Hague, Netherland.
  • Political Marketing Management of the Indonesian Parliament: Assessing the Political Marketing Management Approach and Its Challenges of the Indonesian House of Representative (2009-2014). In: Paper for panel on “Transformational Communication and the New Asia” organized by Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), the 22nd Annual International Conference 4-7 July 2013 Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
  • The Rise of Integrated-Participatory Political Marketing (IPPM) of the Contemporary Local Election in Indonesia: A Case Study of Political Marketing Model of Jokowidodo-Basuki Tjahaya Purnama during the 2012 Governatorial Election of Special Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. In: Communication Politique Comparée 14-15 June 2013 Palais Luxemburg, Paris.
  • From Mass Mediated-Political Marketing to Mixed Mediated-Political Marketing: The Rise of Social Media as Political Marketing Tools During The 2012 Governatorial Election of Special Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. In: nternational Conference of the PSA UK 24-27 March 2013 Cardiff University.
  • The Changing and Challenging of Indonesian Political Communication and Political Marketing Performances Facing the Indonesian 2009 Election. Paper prepared for Presentation of AMIC Conference. New Delhi, July, 13-16, 2009. In: AMIC Conference 13-16 July 2009 New Delhi, India.

Daftar Publikasi

Current Researches

  • The Indonesian Political Parties and Mediatisation of Politics during the 2014 Parliamentary and Presidential Elections. Independent Research Project.
  • The Indonesian Media and Mediatisation of Politics during the 2014 Parliamentary and Presidential Elections and the 2005-2017 Local Elections. Independent Research Project.
  • The Causes and Consequences of Celebritisation of Politics in the New Democracy of Indonesia. Independent Research Project.
  • Social Media, Marketization of the Indonesian Political Parties’ Candidates and Their Impacts on Online Political Engagement during the 2017 Gubernatorial Election of Jakarta. Independent Research Project.
  • Marketization and Professionalization of Campaigning of Political Parties in the New Democracy: An Investigation of the Structural Conditions and Factors That Determined Developments of Marketization and Professionalization of Campaigning of the Indonesian Political Parties Post-Soeharto New Order. PhD to be submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of Bournemouth University for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Bournemouth University, UK (September 2017).

Personal Contact, Outreach & Engagement

  • Scopus ID: 57016092600
  • ORCID: 0000-0001-7392-910X
  • One of Reviewers of the International Journal of Strategic Communication (IJSC)
  • One of Reviewers of the International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development (IJSKD)
  • One of Reviewers of a Book published by IGI Global, entitled “Harnessing Social Media as a Knowledge Management Tool, edited by Ritesh Chugh, PhD.