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Author Erb, Maribeth.

Title Regionalism in Post-Suharto Indonesia
Published Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (267 pages)
Series Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia Series
Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series.
Contents Cover; Regionalism in Post-Suharto Indonesia; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of illustrations; List of contributors; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; 1 Introduction: entangled politics in post-Suharto Indonesia; PART I The politics of regional autonomy; 2 Exercising freedom: Local autonomy and democracy in Indonesia, 1999-2001; 3 Reorganizing political power in Indonesia: a reconsideration of so-called 'democratic transitions'; 4 'Hidden autonomy': understanding the nature of Indonesian decentralization on a day-to-day basis; 5 Decentralization and the military
11 Striving for self-governance and democracy: the continuing struggle of the integrated pest management farmers12: Forest resource management and self-governance in regional autonomy Indonesia; Index
6 The reshaping of the Indonesian archipelago after 50 years of regional imbalancePART II Conflicts over culture, identity and power; 7 Otonomi daerah in Bali: the call for special autonomy status in the name of Kebalian; 8 Regional autonomy, Malayness and power hierarchy in the Riau Archipelago; 9 Creating cultural identity in an era of regional autonomy: reinventing Manggarai?; 10 Decentralization and regional violence in the post-Suharto state; PART III Regional autonomy and the environment
Summary This book examines issues connected with decentralization and regional autonomy in Indonesia, including particular autonomy movements, the attempts by forces at the centre to resist decentralization, and the impact of decentralization
Notes Print version record
Form Electronic book
Author Faucher, Carol, 1943-
Sulistiyanto, Priyambudi.
ISBN 020369872X