Janjira Sombatpoonsiri
Janjira Sombatpoonsiri
Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University / German Institute for Global and Area Studies
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Humor and nonviolent struggle in Serbia
J Sombatpoonsiri
Syracuse University Press, 2015
Manipulating civic space: Cyber trolling in Thailand and the Philippines
J Sombatpoonsiri
DEU 3, 12, 2018
Conservative civil society in Thailand
J Sombatpoonsiri
The mobilization of conservative civil society, 27-32, 2018
‘Authoritarian civil society’: How anti-democracy activism shapes Thailand’s autocracy
J Sombatpoonsiri
Journal of Civil Society 16 (4), 333-350, 2020
Two Thailands: Clashing political orders and entrenched polarization
J Sombatpoonsiri
Political polarization in South and Southeast Asia: Old divisions, new …, 2020
The 2014 military coup in Thailand: Implications for political conflicts and resolution
J Sombatpoonsiri
Asian Journal of Peacebuilding 5 (1), 131-154, 2017
From repression to revolt: Thailand's 2020 protests and the regional implications
J Sombatpoonsiri
DEU 1, 12, 2021
Rethinking civil resistance in the face of rightwing populism: A theoretical inquiry
J Sombatpoonsiri
Journal of Peacebuilding & Development 13 (3), 7-22, 2018
The policing of anti-government protests: Thailand’s 2013–2014 demonstrations and a crisis of police legitimacy
J Sombatpoonsiri
Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs 4 (1), 95-122, 2017
Arming civilians for self-defense: the impact of firearms proliferation on the conflict dynamics in Southern Thailand
D Sarosi, J Sombatpoonsiri
Global Change, Peace & Security 23 (3), 387-403, 2011
Duterte’s war on drugs: bitter lessons from Thailand’s failed campaign
J Sombatpoonsiri, A Arugay
The Conversation 29, 2016
Global civic activism in flux
A Oloo, H Halawa, J Sombatpoonsiri, N Shapovalova, R Youngs, V Mj, ...
EFC: European Foundation Centre, 2017
Securitizing ‘fake news’: Policy responses to disinformation in Thailand
J Sombatpoonsiri
From Grassroots Activism to Disinformation: Social Media in Southeast Asia …, 2020
Taking back civic space: Nonviolent protests and pushbacks against autocratic restrictions in Thailand
J Sombatpoonsiri, T Kri-aksorn
Protest 1 (1), 80-108, 2021
COVID-19 and civil society in Southeast Asia: beyond shrinking civic space
J Lorch, J Sombatpoonsiri
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 34 …, 2023
Securitization of civil resistance: Thailand’s military junta and beyond
J Sombatpoonsiri
Journal of Resistance Studies 1 (2), 85-126, 2015
Southeast Asia between autocratization and democratic resurgence
J Lorch, J Sombatpoonsiri
Growing Cyber Activism in Thailand
J Sombatpoonsiri
Carnegie Endowment International Peace, 2017
If you use nonviolence, I will respond with nonviolence: A nonviolent conflict in the case of the 2007 Pattani Protest, Southern Thailand
J Sombatpoonsiri
Conflict Transformation: Essays on methods of nonviolence, 52-65, 2013
Nonviolent action as the interplay between political context and ‘insider’s knowledge’: exploring Otpor’s preference for humorous protest across Serbian towns1
J Sombatpoonsiri
Peace and Change 33 (2), 180-4, 2008
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