I am Teerada Na Jatturas, a MPhil candidate at the CAMRI. I research on political activism and digital rights in the age of data-driven society concentrating upon autocracies (particularly Thailand). Through the Habermasian public sphere and the Critical Theory perspectives, I use net- and ethnographic approaches, semi-structured interview, and qualitative discourse analysis to analyse the outcomes of the empirical evidence. My interests ranging from digital rights, digital humanitarianism, digital development, data-driven journalism, computational politics and cybersecurity.
Happy to collaborate with anyone who is keen on development and human rights from both public and private sectors in the future.
Internet research in political activism.
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.