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TitleThe politics of the periphery in Indonesia : Social and geographical perspectives / edited by Minako Sakai, Glenn Banks, and J.H. Walker
Imprint Singapore : NUS Press, National University of Singapore, c2009
Descript xvi, 343 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm

CONTENT

State, region and the politics of recognition: towards cosmopolitan models of political integration -- partrimonialism and feudalism in the Sejarah Melayu (Raffles MS i8) -- creating a new centre in the periphery of Indonesia: Sumatran Malay identity politics -- Indonesia, Aceh and the modern nation-state -- problems of integration: west Sumatra's place in Indonesia -- beyond economic imperatives: resources, identity and conflict in the Asia-Pacific -- social identity and access to natural resources: ethnicity and regionalism from a maritime perspective -- violence and the construction of identity: conflict between the Dayak and Madurese in Kalimantan, Indonesia -- national legitimacy through a regional prism: local pilgrimage and Indonesia's Javanese presidents -- Papuan nationalism: christianity and ethnicity -- Indonesian Adat communities: promises and challenges of democracy and globalisation -- Chinese Indonesian identities: challenging homogenising discourses -- "nore Indonesian than the Indonesians": a Chinese-Indonesian identity -- Indonesian identity after the dictatorship: imagining Chineseness in recent literature and film


Indonesia -- Politics and government -- 1998- Decentralisation in governemnt -- Indonesia Central - local government relations -- Indonesia decentralization politics

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