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Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research (AJPOR)
AJPOR is the quarterly journal of ANPOR. It has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus. A special issue on research methods is planned for the August 2020 issue.

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Important Dates

Call for Paper and Abstract Submission 7 May 2019
Registration Opens 1 July 2019
Last Date for Abstract Submission and Early Bird Registration 30 September 2019
Last Date for Full Paper Submission 21 October 2019
Last Date for Payment 5 November 2019
Conference Date 6-9 November 2019
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Who’s Speaking

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Sutthichai YoonSenior Journalist and Founder of Kafedam Media Group, Thailand

Suthichai Yoon is co-founder of Nation Multimedia Group. He was the founding editor of Thailand’s first Thai-owned English-language newspaper, The Nation. He also pioneered in the broadcasting field by starting ITV, Thailand’s first independent news TV station. Suthichai also started Krungthep Turakij, Thailand’s first business daily newspaper. He also helped launch Thailand’s radio news talk shows. After 47 years with The Nation, Suthichai has since March 2018 started his own digital media outlet, known as Kafedam (Black Coffee) Media Group. Born Nov 24, 1946, Suthichai has devoted more than 50 years of his life to journalism on all platforms, including newspapers, TV, radio, websites and mobile outlets. Suthichai has been a columnist, TV anchor, blogger, commentator, social media content producer for the decades. He has interviewed a large number of global leaders including Hillary Clinton, George W. Bush, the Dalai Lama, Jack Ma, Dmitry Medvedev etc.. Suthichai has also been in the forefront to launch Thailand’s Facebook and YouTube live broadcasting with his daily Suthichai Live programme, planning to expand into Thailand Live, Asean Live to take advantage of the new mobile technology to enhance both quality journalism and engagement with the increasingly sophisticated and demanding audience.

Sutthichai YoonSenior Journalist and Founder of Kafedam Media Group, Thailand

Suthichai Yoon is co-founder of Nation Multimedia Group. He was the founding editor of Thailand’s first Thai-owned English-language newspaper, The Nation. He also pioneered in the broadcasting field by starting ITV, Thailand’s first independent news TV station. Suthichai also started Krungthep Turakij, Thailand’s first business daily newspaper. He also helped launch Thailand’s radio news talk shows. After 47 years with The Nation, Suthichai has since March 2018 started his own digital media outlet, known as Kafedam (Black Coffee) Media Group. Born Nov 24, 1946, Suthichai has devoted more than 50 years of his life to journalism on all platforms, including newspapers, TV, radio, websites and mobile outlets. Suthichai has been a columnist, TV anchor, blogger, commentator, social media content producer for the decades. He has interviewed a large number of global leaders including Hillary Clinton, George W. Bush, the Dalai Lama, Jack Ma, Dmitry Medvedev etc.. Suthichai has also been in the forefront to launch Thailand’s Facebook and YouTube live broadcasting with his daily Suthichai Live programme, planning to expand into Thailand Live, Asean Live to take advantage of the new mobile technology to enhance both quality journalism and engagement with the increasingly sophisticated and demanding audience.

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Prof. Dr. Chen, ChangfengProfessor of Journalism & Executive Dean, School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University, China

Prof. Changfeng Chen used to be the head of Journalism Department (2001-2008) and the Deputy Dean (2001-2006) of School of Journalism & Communication of Peking University, Assistant and Associate Professor in School of International Studies of Peking University (1996-2001). She got her Ph.D. at Renmin University in 1996. Her publications include: Influenced by America: Journalism & Communication Education Research in China (Broadcasting Publishing House of China, 2006), History of Mass Communication in China: Media and Social Change (Publishing House of Tsinghua University, 2009 2nd ed.), Magic Media (ed. With Jie Zhang, four volumes, media literacy books for students, Publishing House of Fujian, 2007), Chinese Journalism Since 1949, (ed. With Hanqi Fang, Publishing House of Fujian, 2002), The Contemporary History of Hong Kong's Press (Law Publishing House of China, 1997), History of the Supplement Columns of the Chinese Newspapers (Publishing House of Fujian,1999), as well as translated works, and more than 40 articles about public opinion on internet, popular culture & mass media, study of narrative form of media, etc.. She got the rewards of the Social Science Research from Beijing Municipality and from the Nation, and was rewarded for the Excellent Teacher in Peking University.

Prof. Dr. Chen, ChangfengProfessor of Journalism & Executive Dean, School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University, China

Prof. Changfeng Chen used to be the head of Journalism Department (2001-2008) and the Deputy Dean (2001-2006) of School of Journalism & Communication of Peking University, Assistant and Associate Professor in School of International Studies of Peking University (1996-2001). She got her Ph.D. at Renmin University in 1996. Her publications include: Influenced by America: Journalism & Communication Education Research in China (Broadcasting Publishing House of China, 2006), History of Mass Communication in China: Media and Social Change (Publishing House of Tsinghua University, 2009 2nd ed.), Magic Media (ed. With Jie Zhang, four volumes, media literacy books for students, Publishing House of Fujian, 2007), Chinese Journalism Since 1949, (ed. With Hanqi Fang, Publishing House of Fujian, 2002), The Contemporary History of Hong Kong's Press (Law Publishing House of China, 1997), History of the Supplement Columns of the Chinese Newspapers (Publishing House of Fujian,1999), as well as translated works, and more than 40 articles about public opinion on internet, popular culture & mass media, study of narrative form of media, etc.. She got the rewards of the Social Science Research from Beijing Municipality and from the Nation, and was rewarded for the Excellent Teacher in Peking University.

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Prof. John M. KennedySenior research director of the Center for Survey Research. Indiana University, USA

John M. Kennedy is the senior research director of the Center for Survey Research. He directed the Center from 1987 through 2011. He currently teaches a graduate class in survey design and chairs the Indiana University Social Behavioral Human Subjects Committee. He has served on numerous NIH review panels on the ethics of human research. He was the founding editor of Survey Practice sponsored by the American Association for Public Opinion Research. In 2012, he received the Achievement Award from the Association of Academic Survey Research Organizations.

Prof. John M. KennedySenior research director of the Center for Survey Research. Indiana University, USA

John M. Kennedy is the senior research director of the Center for Survey Research. He directed the Center from 1987 through 2011. He currently teaches a graduate class in survey design and chairs the Indiana University Social Behavioral Human Subjects Committee. He has served on numerous NIH review panels on the ethics of human research. He was the founding editor of Survey Practice sponsored by the American Association for Public Opinion Research. In 2012, he received the Achievement Award from the Association of Academic Survey Research Organizations.

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Dr. Chosein YamahataProfessor of Global and Area Studies, Graduate School of Policy Studies, Aichi Gakuin, Japan

Dr. Chosein Yamahata is a Professor at the Graduate School of Policy Studies, Aichi Gakuin University in Japan. Dr. Chosein’s research interests lie in the field of human security, international development cooperation, the UN studies in general and Myanmar/ASEAN studies in particular. He has been also a coordinator of the Academic Diplomacy Project, which provides a platform to exchange the ideas and work among academia and non-academia in tackling emerging and pressing issues in interdisciplinary area studies. Under the umbrella of the ADP, Dr. Chosein and his colleagues have promoted network activities from Japan including the Burma Review and Challenges International Forum (BRACIF), Asian University Network Forum on Advances in Research (AUNFAIR) and Thailand-India-Japan Conclave (TIJC).

Dr. Chosein YamahataProfessor of Global and Area Studies, Graduate School of Policy Studies, Aichi Gakuin, Japan

Dr. Chosein Yamahata is a Professor at the Graduate School of Policy Studies, Aichi Gakuin University in Japan. Dr. Chosein’s research interests lie in the field of human security, international development cooperation, the UN studies in general and Myanmar/ASEAN studies in particular. He has been also a coordinator of the Academic Diplomacy Project, which provides a platform to exchange the ideas and work among academia and non-academia in tackling emerging and pressing issues in interdisciplinary area studies. Under the umbrella of the ADP, Dr. Chosein and his colleagues have promoted network activities from Japan including the Burma Review and Challenges International Forum (BRACIF), Asian University Network Forum on Advances in Research (AUNFAIR) and Thailand-India-Japan Conclave (TIJC).

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Professor Dr. iur. Dr.h.c. Dieter C. UmbachPotsdam University, Germany

Dieter C. Umbach is the Emeritus Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Potsdam University. He is an internationally recognized expert on German and European Administrative and Constitutional Law.

Professor Umbach studied Law, History, and Philosophy at Muenster, Geneva, Heidelberg, Montpellier/France and Oxford. He completed the 1st German State Examination in Law with honors in the state of Baden - Wurttemberg in 1964 and the 2nd State Examination in 1968. He received his doctoral degree in 1976 from the University of Heidelberg and his postdoctoral research (Habilitation) on “The Dissolution of Parliament” was completed in 1985. In 2007, he was awarded the Doctor honoris causa from the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia.

Professor Umbach is currently working on the 3rd edition of the Handbook on the Procedure of the BVerfG (Federal Constitutional Court of Germany). His recent work includes “General Commentary on the German Basic Law”. Throughout his academic career, he published works extensively in the area of administrative, constitutional and European law. His research interests are actually on administrative, constitutional, European law, human rights, parliamentary reform, refugees and asylum problems, social law and the Southeast Asian legal and political situation. He also dealt with numerous legal cases on environmental issues in Germany.

Professor Umbach is a Scientific Committee Member of the Asian Network for Public Opinion Research (ANPOR).

Professor Dr. iur. Dr.h.c. Dieter C. UmbachPotsdam University, Germany

Dieter C. Umbach is the Emeritus Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Potsdam University. He is an internationally recognized expert on German and European Administrative and Constitutional Law.

Professor Umbach studied Law, History, and Philosophy at Muenster, Geneva, Heidelberg, Montpellier/France and Oxford. He completed the 1st German State Examination in Law with honors in the state of Baden - Wurttemberg in 1964 and the 2nd State Examination in 1968. He received his doctoral degree in 1976 from the University of Heidelberg and his postdoctoral research (Habilitation) on “The Dissolution of Parliament” was completed in 1985. In 2007, he was awarded the Doctor honoris causa from the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia.

Professor Umbach is currently working on the 3rd edition of the Handbook on the Procedure of the BVerfG (Federal Constitutional Court of Germany). His recent work includes “General Commentary on the German Basic Law”. Throughout his academic career, he published works extensively in the area of administrative, constitutional and European law. His research interests are actually on administrative, constitutional, European law, human rights, parliamentary reform, refugees and asylum problems, social law and the Southeast Asian legal and political situation. He also dealt with numerous legal cases on environmental issues in Germany.

Professor Umbach is a Scientific Committee Member of the Asian Network for Public Opinion Research (ANPOR).

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Dr. Angus W.H. CheongFounder and CEO of ERS e- Research & Solutions and Chair of Asia Pacific Internet Research Alliance (APIRA)

Dr. Angus W.H. Cheong is founder and CEO of ERS e-Research & Solutions which is a data-driven research company focusing on data mining, web mining, polling and research business in the Greater China Region since 2009. He is also the founding president of the Macao Association for Internet Research (MAIR). Serving as the incumbent chair of Asia Pacific Internet Research Alliance (APIRA), Dr. Cheong is the pioneer in Internet research in Macao and an expert in consulting and application in big data, public opinions, internet intelligence, web mining, and e-policy strategies. Leading his team composed of academies and industry experts, Dr. Cheong has innovated the AI-facilitated research platform – DiVoMiner® which is being widely adopted among scholars and professionals. He has served the University of Macau as an assistant professor for 13 years before his entrepreneurship, and as a visiting scholar of the Hong Kong Baptist University as well as the University Institute of Lisbon. Dr. Cheong can be reached at angus@e-research-lab.net.

Dr. Angus W.H. CheongFounder and CEO of ERS e- Research & Solutions and Chair of Asia Pacific Internet Research Alliance (APIRA)

Dr. Angus W.H. Cheong is founder and CEO of ERS e-Research & Solutions which is a data-driven research company focusing on data mining, web mining, polling and research business in the Greater China Region since 2009. He is also the founding president of the Macao Association for Internet Research (MAIR). Serving as the incumbent chair of Asia Pacific Internet Research Alliance (APIRA), Dr. Cheong is the pioneer in Internet research in Macao and an expert in consulting and application in big data, public opinions, internet intelligence, web mining, and e-policy strategies. Leading his team composed of academies and industry experts, Dr. Cheong has innovated the AI-facilitated research platform – DiVoMiner® which is being widely adopted among scholars and professionals. He has served the University of Macau as an assistant professor for 13 years before his entrepreneurship, and as a visiting scholar of the Hong Kong Baptist University as well as the University Institute of Lisbon. Dr. Cheong can be reached at angus@e-research-lab.net.

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