Culture, Power, and Authoritarianism in the Indonesian State: Cultural Policy across the Twentieth Century to the Reform Era
BRILL, 7 Jun 2013 - 330 halaman
In Culture, Power, and Authoritarianism in the Indonesian State, Tod Jones provides a critical history of cultural policy in one of the world’s most diverse nations across the tumultuous twentieth century.
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The Relationship between Culture and Politics in Indonesia
Part One A Short History of Indonesian Cultural Policy
Culture and Government in the Late Colonial and Japanese Occupation Periods 19001945
The Changing Uses of Culture in Constitutional Democracy 19501957 and Guided Democracy 19571965
National Culture under an Authoritarian Regime
Cultural Development in a Powerhouse State
Ethnic Identity Decentralization and Tourism
Aceh activities adat administration aesthetic art forms artists arts councils Balai Pustaka Bandung behaviours Borobudur Budaya bureaucrats central chapter colonial command culture model cultural institutions Cultural Office cultural parks cultural policy cultural practices culture projects dalang directorate of Culture direktorat discourses discussed dutch economic elements ethnic cultures ethnic groups focus focussed Foulcher goals governmental Guided democracy identity important Indo Indonesian cultural policy Indonesian culture influence Islamic Jakarta Japanese cultural Kebudayaan Kesenian Ketoprak language LEKRA liberal linked Marriage Law ment modern Moertopo museums national culture nationalist Order period Order regime organizations Pancasila particular pembangunan performance perspective political population Prijono programmes provides province Proyek Reform regime’s regional art regional cultures relationship Riau role social society state’s Suharto Sukarno Sundanese Sundanese culture Sundanese language Taman Mini tion tourism traditional tural UNESCO Wahono West Java Western WJRAC yogyakarta