Mrs. Ina Ratriyana

Ina is a PhD student in Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. She is now working on the impact of government control over creativity in Indonesia. Previously, she worked as a lecturer in Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia, for more than six years. Since 2022, she becomes the Membership Director of the South East Asia Media Studies Association (SEAMSA). She is interested to research and collaborate with other academics who focus on development communication, youth studies, and digital media. If you are interested in her works, please contact her through email ([email protected])


Teaching Assistant School of Film, Media, and Journalism, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia (2023) 

Lecturer Communication Department, Faculty of Social & Political Sciences, University of Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia (2016 – 2022)       

Assistant Activation Manager PT Unilever Tbk, Jakarta, Indonesia (2012 – 2013)

Field Promotion Supervisor PT Sari Husada Tbk (Danone Group), Jakarta, Indonesia (2010 – 2012)         



PAGE Legacy Grant from Arthur W. Page Society, USA  Amount US$ 7,500 “Who cares?” Questioning the Ethic of Care in Disaster Crisis Communication in Indonesia (2021-2022)

Jogja Lebih Bike (Purpose Foundation, USA) (Amount US$ 10,000) “Youth Communication Campaign Activities in Yogyakarta” (2021)

GOLD-ISMIA Programme by United Nations Development Programme, Indonesia. Communicating the mercury’s risks towards village communities in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta (2021)

Newton Fund Institutional Links – British Council (Amount £97,030) “Transitions towards Renewable Energy Based Communities: A Strategic Communication and Community Engagement Approach to the Indonesian Energy Self-Sufficient Villages Project” (2016-2018)

Selected publications

  1. Gregoria A. Yudarwati, Ignatius A. Putranto, Ina N. Ratriyana & Philipus Parera (2023) Towards an Interactive and Participatory Risk Communication: Lessons Learned from COVID-19 in Indonesia, Cogent Social Sciences, 9:1, 2221594, DOI: 10.1080/23311886.2023.222159
  2. Murti, D.C.W, Ratriyana, I.N., & Asmoro, I.D. (2023). "Dream Now, Travel Tomorrow": Communicating the Nation Branding of Indonesia through Tourism-Based Social Media. Howard Journal of Communication. DOI: 10.1080/10646175.2023.2169086.
  3.  Ratriyana, I. N., & Nuswantoro, R. (2022). Developing Integrated Multimedia Communication for Deaf Students in Higher Education. INKLUSI, 9(1), 1–20.
  4. Murti, D.C.W. & Ratriyana, I. (2022). The playground of tobacco company? Discourse network analysis of the cigarette advertising debate and policy in Indonesia. Journal of Communication Inquiry, pp. 1-28.
  5.  Ratriyana, I.N., Setiawan, L.D. & Yudarwati, G.A. (2021). Development Communication for Youth Empowerment in Indonesia's Renewable Energy Projects. Asian Journal of Communication. DOI: 10.1080/01292986.2021.2007273
  6.  Murti, D.C.W. & Ratriyana, I. (2021). Parade of diversity: Representations of place and identity in Indonesia through tourism brochures of municipality and regency. International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics, 17(2), pp. 139-159. 
  7.  Ratriyana, I.N. (2021). The Intertwine of Traditional and Electronic Word-of-Mouth for Building Local Fashion Brands Credibility. Journal of Digital and Social Media Marketing, 8(4), pp 365-375. <
  8.  Ratriyana, I.N. (2020). Media Planning for Beginners. Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta. ISBN: 978-602-50218-8-6.a
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