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AuthorAngelino, A. D. A. Kat De. author
TitleColonial Policy [electronic resource] : Volume II The Dutch East Indies / by A. D. A. Kat De Angelino
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1931
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-8904-0
Descript VIII, 674 p. online resource

CONTENT

I: The Administrative System -- The East India Company -- The Period of Daendels -- The British Interregnum -- The Restoration of Dutch Authority -- The Gradual Organisation of Administration in Java -- The Development of the Central Organisation of Government after 1816 -- Development of the Regional Administrative Organisation in Java since 1870 -- The Controller and Indirect Rule -- The Regent -- Dutch Administration in the other Islands -- The Indonesian States -- District Administration in annexed Territories -- Conclusion -- II: The Administration of Justice -- The Separation of Powers -- Division of Administration and of Justice -- The Judicial Organisation in Java -- The Judicial Organisation outside Java -- The Law and the Principle of Dualism -- Western Law and Adat Law -- Unification and Differentiation of Law -- Administration of Justice in the Indonesianverning States -- Indonesian Jurisdiction left to the Population in annexed Territories -- III: Education -- Education as a Social Force -- Mohammedan Popular and Extension Education -- The growing demand for General Formative Education -- The First Organisation of Education -- Education of Indonesians in Town and Country -- The Dutch Indigenous School and the Problem of Westernisation -- Improvement of Government Elementary Education for Indonesians -- Popular Education in the Village -- The Link between Country and Town Education -- Education for Indonesian Girls -- Future Development of Popular Education -- The Link between Indigenous Elementary and Western Education -- Training Colleges -- Elementary Vocational Education -- Agricultural Education -- Western Education for Indonesians -- Private Education -- The Board of Education -- IV: The Construction of Society -- Society and the State -- The Great Contrast and its Solution -- State Organisation in the Colonial World -- The Western Structure of Unity and Indonesian Society -- Traffic and Indonesian Society -- The Influence of Foreign Groups upon the Indonesian Population -- East Indian and Indonesian Society -- The Dutch Nation and East Indian Society -- Education and Preparation -- Welfare Policy and Welfare Research -- Enquiries into Prosperity as a Basis for a Welfare Policy -- Statistics and Welfare Policy -- Education, Irrigation, and Emigration -- Government Pawnshops and the Fight against Usury -- The Fight against Opium and the System of a Government Monopoly -- Constructive Welfare Policy; the Popular Credit System -- Popular Credit and the Village Banks -- Criticism of the Popular Credit System -- The Development of the Co-operative Movement -- Public Health -- The Fight against Social Evils -- Child Marriage -- Religion and Marriage -- Popular Reading -- Art and Industrial Art -- The Protection of Monuments -- Agricultural Information and Improvement -- V: Political Construction -- The Idea of Unity and Self Renovation -- The Administrative Corps in the Frame of Unity -- Administration and Self-Exertion -- The Administrative Corps and Autonomous Development -- Administrative Re-organisation -- The Decentralisation of 1903 -- A New Direction of Administrative Re-organisation -- The Decentralisation of 1903 and the Political Construction of 1922 -- The Tendency of the Government Proposals of 1922 -- The Political Contents of the Administrative Reform -- The Execution of the Administrative Reform -- The Regency -- The Province -- The Indigenous Commune -- The Council of the People -- Internal Affairs -- The Imperial Connection -- The Freedom of the Press -- The Right to Associate and to Meet -- Conclusion -- VI: The Agrarian Policy -- World Economy and Indonesian Production -- The Doctrine of State Ownership of the Land -- Authority and the Ownership of the Soil in the East -- The Influence of the Land Tax and of the Cultivation System -- Ground Rent and Contracts for Delivery -- The Cultivation System or Big Agricultural Industries -- The Twofold Aim of Agrarian Legislation -- The Indigenous Right to the Soil and its Mystico-Magical Basis -- First Steps of Agrarian Legislation -- Declarations of State Ownership -- The Village Territory and the Right of Reclamation -- Agrarian Policy and Social Development -- Security of Rights on Land and the Prohibition of Alienation -- Communal Land and the Future -- Private Estates; Rent of Arable Land in Javanese States -- Disposal of Domain Lands -- The Renting of Arable Land to non-Indonesians -- Security of Rights on Land and Registration -- Register of Property -- Land Tax Cadaster and Registration of Land -- Results and Prospects -- VII: Labour Legislation -- First Beginnings -- Slavery -- Labour Contracts -- General Labour Legislation and the Penal Sanction -- Special Labour Legislation in the other Isles -- The Coolie Ordinances -- The Basis of the long Labour Agreement -- Objections to the Principle of Penal Sanction -- The Sanction and its Practice -- Improvement of Labour Law -- Agricultural Colonisation and Labour Legislation -- The Free Labour Ordinance -- Further Improvement of Special Labour Legislation -- The Struggle over the Penal Sanction 191524 -- Developments since 1924 -- Present Day Practice -- Wages -- Divers Opinions and Summary -- Labour Recruiting -- Organised Free Emigration -- Direct Recruiting by the Enterprises -- The End of the Embarkation Prohibition and the Arrival of Free Emigration -- Colonisation by Labourers -- Labour Inspection and the Office of Labour -- Accidents and the Protection of Women and Children -- Appendix I: the Coolie Ordinance for the East Coast of Sumatra -- The Coolie Ordinance 1931 and Restriction of the Penal Sanction -- Appendix II: a Model Agreement applicable to all Regions as laid down by Stbl. 1925, 312 and 1927, 572 -- VIII: Taxation -- Taxation -- Personal Services in Java in the Interest of the State, of the Communes, and of Private Landlords -- Taxation in Labour in the Other Isles -- Land Tax in Java -- Improvement of the Land Tax Assessment -- The Population and the Land Tax -- The Land Tax in the Other Isles -- Income Tax -- Personal Taxation -- Direct and Indirect Taxes -- Summary -- IX: Conclusion


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