Mohamed Salihin Subhan

Research Area

Education

Master of Science in Asian Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Bachelor of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University

About

Mohamed Salihin Subhan bin Mohamed Aidil Subhan is a PhD student from the UBC Political Science department. Born and raised in Singapore, Salihin completed his Master of Science in Asian Studies in the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies and a Bachelor of Social Sciences in the Singapore Management University.

Salihin draws on his subject-position as a minority in Singapore for his research interest on ethnic minorities in democracies. He wrote his masters dissertation on the political representation of the Malay-Muslim community in Singapore. Now, Salihin is exploring the role of religion in Southeast Asian politics. Specifically, he is looking at how Muslim policy preferences are shaped by religious appeals using a public opinion approach.

Outside of research, Salihin lives to eat. His favourite dish is sambal goreng pengantin cooked by his mother and prepared on the eve of Hari Raya Aidilfitri.


Research

Ethnic and religious politics, public opinion, political representation


Mohamed Salihin Subhan

Master of Science in Asian Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Bachelor of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University

Mohamed Salihin Subhan bin Mohamed Aidil Subhan is a PhD student from the UBC Political Science department. Born and raised in Singapore, Salihin completed his Master of Science in Asian Studies in the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies and a Bachelor of Social Sciences in the Singapore Management University.

Salihin draws on his subject-position as a minority in Singapore for his research interest on ethnic minorities in democracies. He wrote his masters dissertation on the political representation of the Malay-Muslim community in Singapore. Now, Salihin is exploring the role of religion in Southeast Asian politics. Specifically, he is looking at how Muslim policy preferences are shaped by religious appeals using a public opinion approach.

Outside of research, Salihin lives to eat. His favourite dish is sambal goreng pengantin cooked by his mother and prepared on the eve of Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Ethnic and religious politics, public opinion, political representation

Mohamed Salihin Subhan

Master of Science in Asian Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Bachelor of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University

Mohamed Salihin Subhan bin Mohamed Aidil Subhan is a PhD student from the UBC Political Science department. Born and raised in Singapore, Salihin completed his Master of Science in Asian Studies in the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies and a Bachelor of Social Sciences in the Singapore Management University.

Salihin draws on his subject-position as a minority in Singapore for his research interest on ethnic minorities in democracies. He wrote his masters dissertation on the political representation of the Malay-Muslim community in Singapore. Now, Salihin is exploring the role of religion in Southeast Asian politics. Specifically, he is looking at how Muslim policy preferences are shaped by religious appeals using a public opinion approach.

Outside of research, Salihin lives to eat. His favourite dish is sambal goreng pengantin cooked by his mother and prepared on the eve of Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Ethnic and religious politics, public opinion, political representation