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Remembering the Dean of the 2020-2022 Period, FISIP Launches the Book of Mr. Sholih Whom We Know

The Faculty of Social and Political Science of the University of Brawijaya held a joint prayer as well as launching a book entitled Pak Sholih Whom We Know (Pak Sholih yang Kita Kenal), Tuesday (20/3/2024) in the 8th Floor Hall of C Building, FISIP UB. Not only launching the book, this activity also held a […]

Raising the Waste Issue, FISIP UB Student Achieves Best Speech Title of Miss East Java 2023

Natasya Melinda Puspita, a student of the 2023 Government Science Study Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) Brawijaya University (UB) succeeded in winning the Best Speech title at the Miss Jawa Timur 2023 event some time ago. Since high school, Natasya has been involved in various activities in the world of pageant, two […]

Two Weeks at the University of Malaya, This is the Excitement Story of Communication Science Students

A total of 12 UB Communication Science students had the opportunity to take part in a student exchange program at the University of Malaya, from 26 February – 8 March 2024. Three of them, namely Laurentia Oktaloina Br. Barus, Aisyah Dyah Maharani, and Samuel Leonardo Wilson. They shared glimpses of their experiences while being elected […]

Foto Ilustrasi Pemilih Muda. Sumber foto: datanesia.id

Young Voters Who Lack of Logic

A recent study from Communication Sciences highlights the role of loyalty in determining the choices of young voters in the context of general elections. In research entitled “Young Voters Who Lack of Logic” conducted by Danu Eko Pranoto supervised by Maulina Pia Wulandari, Ph.D, it was found that loyalty often trumps rational considerations in choosing […]

Academician of Government Science Predicts that Only Two Parties Will Become Opposition

The 2024 election is entering the counting period at the sub-district level. However, the results of quick count can predict who will enter the government and who has the potential to become the opposition. Lecturer in Government Science at Brawijaya University, Dr Mochtar Haboddin S.IP., MA, said that theoretically, someone who loses will become the […]

After the General Election, Master of Communication Science Observes the Relation between Media and Politics in the Digital Era

Master of Communication Science Study Program Brawijaya University (UB) held a public lecture entitled “Media and Politics Relations in Political Communication Practices in the Digital Era”, Tuesday (20/2/2024), . The event was held at C Building of FISIP, Brawijaya University, with guest speaker Prof. Anang Sujoko, S.Sos., M.Sc., D.COMM, an expert in the field of […]

Visited by SMAN 2 Tambun Selatan, FISIP Explains the Strategy to Pass SNBP

FISIP was again visited by high school students, Tuesday (20/2/2024). This time from Class 11 students of SMA Negeri 2 Tambun Selatan, Bekasi. As usual, the school visit event was accompanied by presentation of material introducing the world of lectures and various information about lectures at FISIP. Including which attract students’ attention is the Achievement-Based […]

MA Al-Azhar Asy-Syarif Jakarta Gets Acquainted with FISIP Egalitarian Culture

The Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) Brawijaya University (UB) received a visit from students of MA Al-Azhar Asy-Syarif Jakarta. First visit after entering offline lectures after the election week, Monday (19/2/2024), The students in grades 10 and 11 of MA Al-Azhar Asy-Syarif Jakarta received various materials from lecturers and teaching staff at FISIP […]

Silent Majority Phenomenon Wins the Presidential Candidate in Quick Count, This is FISIP UB Academician’s Thoughts

The 2024 elections have been completed. The quick count results show that candidate pair 02, Prabowo Subianto-Gibran Rakabuming Raka, won votes in the range of 57-59%. Followed by candidate pair 01 Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar with a figure range of 23-25% and candidate pair 03 Ganjar Pranowo-Mahfud MD with a figure range of 16-17%. The numbers […]

This is the Analysis of FISIP UB Academician regarding One or Two Rounds Potential of Presidential Election

The 2024 election will be held next Wednesday (14/2/2024). One of the things that is being discussed by the public is the potential for the Presidential Election to be carried out in 1 or 2 rounds. Political Science Lecturer at FISIP UB, Wawan Sobari S.IP., MA., Ph.D provided his analysis. According to Wawan Sobari, based […]

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