Village and state in "new order" Bali
This thesis documents the complex process by which a conservative village, Brassika, in South Bali, has been absorbed into the nation-state of Indonesia. National-level political events such as the Land Reform Act of 1960 and the Gestapu coup and its violent aftermath have led to a significant redistribution of agricultural land in Brassika. The Puri, the traditional ruling house of the village and major landowner, has transferred significant amounts of land to new owners. Government...[Show more]
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