Desi Prianti
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Desi is a PhD candidate in media and culture department. She also lecturer at the communication department in University of Brawijaya, Indonesia. Her PhD project was funded by Directorate General of Higher Degree (DGHE) of Indonesia. Her main research focus on men and masculinity in contemporary Indonesia. Since 2012 she has been engaged in research on the topic of contemporary societal change in Indonesia, focusing on the effect of modernization, media portrayal, gender relations with specific emphasis on the post-colonial experience. 

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  2018 - Scholarly publications
Prianti, D.D. (2018). Towards the westernized body: a popular narrative reinforced by men's lifestyle magazines in Indonesia. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 19 (1), (pp. 103) (116 p.).
  2017 - Scholarly publications
Prianti, D.D. (2017). Confronting or Confirming Westernization? Masculinity and Fatherhood in Indonesian Lifestyle Magazines. In Anna Pilinska (Eds.), Fatherhood in Contemporary Discourse - Focus on Fathers (pp. 2-16) (15 p.). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scolars Publishing.
  2015 - Other output
Prianti, D.D. (2015). Fatherhood: How it fit with the contemporary masculinity? (Case study on Men’s lifestyle magazine available in Indonesia).
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