Dr. GEORGE TOWAR IKBAL TAWAKKAL, S.IP., M.Si.

Dr. GEORGE TOWAR IKBAL TAWAKKAL, S.IP., M.Si.

NIK: 2010088511111001
Email: george.ikbal@ub.ac.id


Profil

Riwayat Pendidikan

S1: Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang.
S2: Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang.
S3: Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang.


Pengalaman Penelitian

  1. Mapping the Political Behavior of Voters in the 2008 Central Java Governor Election.” Research prepared for (and funded by) the Central Java government.
  2. “Explaining and Predicting Golput(Non-Voting) in the 2008 Central Java Governor’sElection.” Research prepared for (and funded by) the Central Java government.
  3. “Predicting the Political Preferences of Voters in the 2009 Demak Election.” Research prepared for (and funded by) political candidates in Demak.
  4. “The Role Of Political Parties In Voter Mobilization: A Study of the Failure of Political Parties In Local Legislative Election In Demak Regency, 2009.”
  5. “Analyzing and Predicting Voting Turnout and Behavior in the 2012 Dukutalit Village Elections.” Research prepared for (and funded by) political candidates in Dukutalit.
  6. “Predictive Models of Voting Turnout and Voting Behavior in the the 2014 Jating Legislative Elections.” Research prepared for (and funded by) Golkar Party of Indonesia.
  7. “Effect of Poverty on Golput (Non-Voting) in Provincial Elections: The Case of Rembang.” Research prepared for (and funded by) Golkar Party of Indonesia.
  8. “Finding Winning Strategies for 2014 Banyumasan Legislative Elections.” Research prepared for (and funded by) Golkar Party of Indonesia.
  9. “Meaning of Democracy” inseveral cities in Indonesia (Surabaya, Banjarmasin, and Semarang, manado, etc) 2015 – 2016 (Collaborative research with University of Wyoming, USA).
  10. “Local Elections”, PolGov – Australian National University, 2016 – 2017.

Pengalaman Penulisan Artikel Ilmiah dalam Jurnal

  1. “Gapit : Jaringan Mobilisasi Suara di Pilkades” (in eng. Gapit: Vote Mobilization Network in Village Head Election)”. Jurnal Politik Indonesia (JPI) Universitas Negeri Semarang (Unnes). Vol.2 No.1, Januari 2017.
  2. “Why Brokers Don’t Betray: Social Status and Brokerage Activity in Central Java”. Asian Affairs: An American Review. Vol 44, Issue 2, 2017.
  3. “Consistency and Vote Buying: Income, Education, and Attitudes about Vote Buying in Indonesia”. Journal of East Asian Studies.Vol 13, Issue 3, 2017.
  4. “Coastal Community: Local Wisdom versus Bureaucratic Logic (Fishermen’s Welfare Fund in Pati District)”. Advanced Science Letters,Vol.23, (10), 2017
  5. “Unopposed but not Uncontested:Brokers and “Vote-Buying” in the 2017 PatiDistrict Election”. Contemporary Southeast Asia. 39, No. 3, 2017.