Panel Briefs | 2nd Annual Conference

Panel 1

Political Participation and Mobilisation: Evidence from Hong Kong, Philippines, Sri Lanka, India and Istanbul.

Massive Political Mobilisation in Hong Kong: Against the Extortion Bill

Edward Tai Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute, Hong Kong

Robert Chung Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute, Hong Kong

2.1.1

Effects of Internet Use on Democracy: A Cross-Country Comparision of Internet Users and Non-Users on Political Participation

Leo Rando S Laroza Social Weather Stations, Philippines

2.1.2

Perceptions of Governance and Political Participation among the Indian Tamil Community in Sri Lanka

M Krishnamoorthy Social Indicator - Centre for Policy Alternatives, Sri Lanka

2.1.3

Women’s Political Participation and Public Policies of Social Accountability in Local Self Governing Institution: Evidence from Assam

Pahi Saikia Indian Institute of Technology - Guwahati, Assam, Anil Varghese, Carleton University, Canada and Pankaj Kukar Kalita, PhD Candidate, IIT - Guwahati

2.1.4

Vote Choice in The Istanbul Greater City Municipality Elections of 2019

Susan Banducci University of Exeter, United Kingdom

Ali Carkoglu Kor University, Turkey

2.1.5

Panel 2

Public Opinion and Attitudes on Issues

Public Opinion and the Politics of Peace Research

Colin Irwin University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

2.2.1

From Jet Ski to Concession: Filipino Opinion on Duterte’s Stance on the West Philippine Sea Dispute

Vladymir Joseph Licudine Social Weather Stations, Philippines

2.2.2

Public attitudes towards data governance in Australia

Matthew Gray Australian National University, Australia

Nick Biddle Australian National University, Australia

Ben Edwards Australian National University, Australia

Steve McEachern Australian National University, Australia

2.2.3

The Political Preferences of Charity Givers

Ian McAllister Australian National University, Austalia
Toni Makkai Australian National University, Austalia

2.2.4

Religiosity and Attitudes towards Sexual Permissiveness in Korea from 2008 to 2018

Jibum Kim Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Sori Kim Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Jiwon Heo Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Baeksan Jang Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Dongping Yang Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Jeong-han Kang Yonsei University, Korea

2.2.5

Panel 3

Public Opinion Issue Cleavages

Establishing Probability-based and Non-probability-based Panels: The Hong Kong Experience

Winnie Lee Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute, Hong Kong
Alice Siu Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute, Hong Kong

Robert Chung Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute, Hong Kong

2.3.1

Survey-Based Monitoring of Crime, Public Safety and Opinion on the Duterte Administration’s Campaign against Illegal Drugs in the Philippines

Gerardo A. Sandoval Social Weather Stations, Philippines

Leo Rando S. Laroza Social Weather Stations, Philippines

Gianne Sheena S. Sabio Social Weather Stations, Philippines

2.3.2

Error sources and quality in interviewer-administered surveys

Julie de Jong University of Michigan, United States

2.3.3

Transition in Traditional Survey Methods

O. Venkat Sai Outline India, India

Sruti Mohanty Outline India, India

2.3.4

Conducting Mobile Phone Surveys in Nepal

Jui Shrestha Independent Researcher, Nepal

2.3.5

Panel 4

Public Opinion, Political Capital, Participation & Media Use

Inequality and Ethnic Party Performance: Comparing Elite and Non-Elite Group Parties in India

Neeraj Prasad O.P. Jindal Global University, India
H. Zeynep Bulutgil Tufts University, United States

2.4.1

Possibility of Reforming the Constitution Democratically: An Inquiry into Sri Lankan Public Opinion

Dr. Pradeep Peiris University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

2.4.2

Traditional and Digital Forms of Political Capital: A New Theory and its Application in Asia

Prof. Christian W Haerpfer, University of Vienna & United Arab Emirates University, Austria and UAE

2.4.3

Media Consumption and Political Participation in Taiwan

Eric Chen-hua Yu National Chengchi University, Taiwan

2.4.4

Exploring the Effects of Internet and Social Media Use on Authoritarian/ Democratic Values in the Philippines

Christian Michael Entoma Social Weather Stations, Philippines

2.4.5

Panel 5

Public Opinion and Party Support in Malaysia & India

The Malaysian General Election of 2018 and Government Popularity

Syed Arabi Idid International Islamic University Malaysia

2.5.1

Change and Stability In Public Opinion and Party Support in the 2019 Election Campaign

Pahi Saikia Indian Institute of Technology - Guwahati, India
Holli A. Semetko Emory University, United States

Jon Mellon University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Anup Kumar Cleveland State University, United States

Anil Varughese Carleton University, Canada

2.5.2

The Evolution of Fear: A Trend Analysis of Elections and Public Opinion in a Maoist-affected Region in India

Subhasish Ray National University of Singapore, Singapore

2.5.3

Improving Women’s Representation in Indian Politics: Understanding Voter Turnout and Participation

Shreya Maskara Polstrat, India

Madhav Sharma Polstrat, India

Vivek Gangarapu Polstrat, India

2.5.4

Muslim Minorities and Party Support in the 2019 Lok Sabha Election

Yashwant Deshmukh Team C-Voter, India

Abdul Manan Team C-Voter, India

Holli A. Semetko Emory University, United States

2.5.5

Panel 6

The Importance of Data Preservation and Archiving

Preserving Public Opinion Data

Daniel C. Tsang Honorary Data Archivist, Hong Kong Public Opinion Institute, Hong Kong

2.6.1

Survey Data Do Not Lose Their Value Over Time: The SWS Survey Data Archives Experience

Gerardo A. Sandoval Social Weather Stations, Philippines

2.6.2

Preserving and Archiving Data for Wider Usage and Deeper Analysis

Pradeep Peiris University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

2.6.3

Conducting Public Opinion Research & Data Preservation: The Malaysian Experience

Syed Arabi Idid International Islamic University Malaysia

2.6.4

Digital archiving for Omnibus Trackers on CATI: lessons to learn from Indian experiments

Yashwant Deshmukh Team C-Voter, India

2.6.5

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