Hearing Southeast Asia: Sounds of Hierarchy and Power in Context
Discusses aspects of sound in relation to ethnographic context in Southeast Asia, drawing on examples from Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Analyzes the ensoundments of hierarchy and power in Southeast Asia and civil society and activism in relation to environmental sounds in Indonesia. Studies sound authority of Myanmar, the aural environment of Roman Catholic passion rituals in the Philippines, and Thai daily experience in daily speech, literature, and verbal-oral arts.
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