28 March 2023 |
MASA Policy Development Programme (MPDP 2.0) Research Grant Announcement
23 March 2023 |
Salam Ramadan 1444H/2023M
15 February 2023 |
MPDP 1.0 Policy Briefs now available online
MEDIA STATEMENT 27 RESEARCHERS SELECTED FOR MASA POLICY DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH GRANT (MPDP) 2.0...
MEDIA STATEMENT IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY (IWD) 2023 8 MARCH...
By Maryam Husna Maznorzuhairi, Research Analyst, Institut Masa Depan Malaysia Child abuse and neglect...
The rise of misinformation, online incivilities, hateful speech, and political polarisation during the pandemic has made the acquisition of digital citizenship competence a necessity to create an engaged, informed, and responsible citizenry. However, are families and society prepared to use digital technologies effectively? Furthermore, how can policy be developed to address the rise of ominous trends threatening tolerance, peace, and civility? This study explored these questions in two phases. In Phase 1, 70 documents were reviewed citizenship and analysed, while in Phase 2, 397 parents responded to an online, nationwide survey that gauged the general trends of digital citizenship, self-efficacy, and digital participation and activism.