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Workplace dynamics and professionalism have been left out of scholarship on the nation-making undertaken by the middle class in Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands. This article analyses how female teachers at secondary boarding schools challenged conservative ideals about their roles in the...
In Iran one’s image of the ‘self’, reflected in the metaphor aaberu (lit. water of the face) has been found by this author to be closely linked to a social force reflected in the metaphor harfe mardom (lit. people’s talk). Understanding the complexities of interpersonal relationships would not...
Neoliberalism has been widely criticised in the anthropological literature. While acknowledging its negative impacts, this study argues that the adoption of neoliberal mechanisms and ethos may contribute to the betterment of individual wellbeing in certain circumstances. Drawing from a group of...
Soon after its inception in the mid-1970s punk became a global cultural phenomenon, with scenes emerging in places far removed from its points of origin in the US and UK. Today, Indonesia is home to some of the largest punk scenes in the world. Scholarship on punk in Indonesia has noted the...
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