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AbstractAlthough the Banyuwangi anti-mining movement clearly has the capacity to grow, this article argues that the movement’s manoeuvres against PT. BSI seem to have become weaker since 2017. The article seeks to explain how the interests of the internal groups within this local social movement...
AbstractDakwah (predication) is a popular field of research and study in the tertiary institutions under Indonesia’s Ministry of Religion. To understand this popularity, it is necessary to recognize how individual Islamic sciences—such as dakwah—have been reconstituted within those institutions,...
AbstractHuman rights abuses and corruption during authoritarian rule are rooted in the arbitrary and coercive use of power. This study examines how two post-authoritarian accountability issues intersected in the Philippines, South Korea, and Indonesia. In the Philippines and South Korea, human...
AbstractThis research illustrates the crafty practices of deceit employed by Butonese farmers and their ethnic Chinese employers in Maluku. These acts of deception reveal the continuing mistrust between these ethnically different groups within their economically interdependent hierarchical...
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