M. Lim’s scholarly citation

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Refereed articles/chapters

Lim, M. (2015) A Cyber-Urban Space Odyssey: The Spatiality of Contemporary Social Movements, New Geographies, 07, 117-123. [PDF 1] or [PDF 2]

Serpil, Y, Agarwal, N, Lim, M, Wigand R, Robinson R (2015) Bridging Women Rights Networks: Analyzing Interconnected Online Collective Actions, Journal of Global Information Management, 22(4), 1-20. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2014) Seeing Spatially: People, Networks and Movements in Digital and Urban Spaces, International Development and Planning Review, 36(1): 51-72 [PDF]

Lim, M. (2013) Many Clicks but Little Sticks: Social Media Activism in Indonesia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 43: 4, 635-657. DOI:10.1080/00472336.2013.769386 [PDF]

Lim, M. (2013). The Internet and Everyday Life in Indonesia: A New Moral Panic?. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-en Vollenkunde, 169, 133-147. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2013). Framing Bouazizi: ‘White lies’, hybrid network, and collective/connective action in the 2010–11 Tunisian uprisingJournalism: Theory, Praxis, and Criticism,14( 7): 921-941, doi:10.1177/1464884913478359. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2012). Life is Local in the Imagined Global Community: Islam and Politics in the Indonesian Blogosphere, Journal of Media and Religion, Vol. 11(2). [PDF]

Lim, M. (2012).  Clicks, Cabs, Coffee Houses: Social Media and the Oppositional Movements in Egypt (2004-2011), Journal of Communication, Vol. 62(02, April), 231-248. [PDF]

Agarwal, N., Lim, M., & Wigand, R. (2012) Online Collective Action and the Role of Social Media in Mobilizing Opinions: A Case Study on Women’s Right-to-Drive Campaigns in Saudi Arabia, in C. G. Reddick & S. K. Aikins (eds.), Web 2.0 Technologies and Democratic Governance: Political, Policy and Management Implications. [PDF]

Agarwal, N., Lim, M., & Wigand, R. (2012) Raising and Rising Voices: Cyber-Collective Movements in the Female Muslim Blogosphere, Business & Information Systems Engineering Journal.  [PDF]

Lim, M. (2012). The League of Thirteen: Media Concentration in Indonesia, Country Report, Ford Foundation & ASU Participatory Media Lab. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2011). Democratised/Corporatised: Contesting Media in the Post-Authoritarian Indonesia, in Puddephatt, A. et al., A New Frontier, An Old Landscape, Global Partners & Associates, pp. 156-181. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2011). @crossroads: Democratization and Corporatization of Media in Indonesia, Country Report, Ford Foundation & ASU Participatory Media Lab. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2011) Radical Islamism in Indonesia and Its Middle Eastern Connections, The Middle East Review of International Affairs Journal.

Lim, M. (2008)[2011] Transient Civic Spaces in Jakarta Indonesia in Mike Douglass, KC Ho, Ooi Giok Ling (eds.) Globalization, the City and Civil Society in Pacific Asia, London: Routledge (2nd edition). [PDF]

Lim, M (2009) Muslim Voices in the Blogosphere: Mosaics of Local-Global Discourses in Gerard Goggin and Mark McLelland [eds.], Internationalizing Internet: Beyond Anglophone Paradigm, Routledge. [PDF]

Lim, M and Padawangi, R. (2008), Contesting Alun-Alun: Power Relations, Identities, and The Production of Urban Spaces in Bandung, Indonesia International Development and Planning Review, Vol. 30 (3), pp. 307-326. [PDF]

Lim, M. and Kann, M. (2008) Politics: Deliberation, Mobilization and Networked Practices of Agitation in K. Varnelis (ed.) Networked Publics, Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 77-107. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2008) Bundling Meta-Narratives on the Internet: Conflict in Maluku in Shyam Tekwani (ed.), Media and Conflict in Asia, Marshall Cavendish Academic, p. 170-195. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2006) Cyber-Urban Activism and Political Change in IndonesiaEastbound Journal, Vol. 1, 1-19. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2006) Lost in Transition: The Internet and Reformasi in Indonesia in Jodi Dean, Jon Anderson and Geert Lovink (eds.), Reformatting Politics: Networked Communications and Global Civil Society, London: Routledge, pp. 85-106.

Lim, M. (2004) The Polarization of Identity through the Internet and the Struggle for Democracy in Indonesia (La polarization de l’identite a travers l’internet et la lutte pour la democratie en indonesie) Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication, Vol. 14 (3-4), ISSN: 1183-5656.

Lim, M. (2004), Informational Terrains of Identity and Political Power: The Internet in Indonesia, Indonesian Journal of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Vol. XXVII No. 73, January-April edition, pp. 1-11, ISSN: 0216-1576.

Lim, M. (2003), From Real to Virtual (and back again): Civil Society, Public Sphere, and Internet in Indonesia in K. C. Ho, R. Kluver, & C. C. Yang. (eds.),Asia.Com: Asia Encounters The Internet, Routledge, pp. 113-128, ISBN: 041-531-503-4.

Lim, M. (2003) The Internet, Social Network and Reform in Indonesia in N. Couldry and J. Curran (eds.), Contesting Media Power: Alternative Media in A Networked World, Rowan & Littlefield, pp. 273-288, ISBN: 0-7425-2385-3 (paper), 0-7425-2384-5 (cloth). [PDF]

Lim, M. (2003) From War-net to Net-War: The Internet and Resistance Identities in Indonesia, The International Information & Library Review, Elsevier Publisher, Vol. 35 / 2-4, pp. 233-248, ISSN: 1057-2317. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2002) CyberCivic Space in Indonesia: From Panopticon to Pandemonium, International Development and Planning Review (Third World Planning Review), Liverpool University Press, Vol. 24 No. 4, pp. 383-400, ISSN: 1474-6743. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2002) From Walking City to Telematic Metropolis: Changing Urban Form in Bandung, Indonesia in Tim Bunnell, Lisa B. W. Drummond & K. C. Ho (eds.), Critical Reflections on Cities in Southeast Asia, Brill Publisher and Times Academic Press, pp. 75-100, ISBN: 981-210-192-6. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2000) The Benefit of Virtual Space: Informing the Real World Design (Part Two), Architecture Journal Tatanan, 141-148, ISSN: 0215-7825.

Lim, M. (1999) The Benefit of Virtual Space: Informing the Real World Design (Part One), Architecture Journal Tatanan,  41-48, ISSN: 0215-7825.

Agarwal, N., Lim, M., Wigand, R. (2011) Finding Her Master’s Voice: The Power of Collective Action Among Female Muslim Blogosphere, ECIS 2011 Proceedings. Paper 74.

Agarwal, N., Lim, M., Wigand, R. (2011) Collective Action Theory Meets the Blogosphere: A New Methodology, Communications in Computer and Information Science, Volume 136 (3), 224-239.


Agarwal, N., Lim, M. & Wigand, R. (2014, eds) Online Collective Action: Dynamics of the Crowd in Social Media, Springer. [PDF]

Lim, M. (2005) Radicalism and Anti Americanism in Indonesia: The Role of the Internet, Washington DC: East West Center.

Lim, M. (2000, ed) Information Technology and Transparency: Technology, Rights, and Accountability in the New Indonesia, Bandung: SCoT