Traditional Authority, Islam, and Rebellion: A Study of Indonesian Political Behavior

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1980 - Political Science - 375 pages
 

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Contents

The Ideology and Chronology of the Darul Islam
1
The Story of the Study
24
The Sundanese Village Setting and the Influence
46
Introducing the Three Primary Villages
72
Economic Deprivation Education and Rebellion
129
Mass Media Exposure National Symbols and Political
145
Patterns of Traditional Authority in Sundanese Villages
184
The Sources of Traditional Authority
209
Traditional Authority Politics and Rebellion
237
a State Religion by Top Leaders vs Followers
254
Political Integration and Modernization
277
National Leaders Scale
354
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Jackson-Director of Southeast Asia Program, Johns Hopkins University.

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