The frontier of the middle class: how farmers and fishers pursue better lives in the coastal landscapes of eastern Indonesia
The coastal landscapes of the outer islands of the Indonesian archipelago are places rich with biological and cultural diversity. The people who live in these remote and rural places are often comparatively poorer than Indonesians living in urban and regional areas, with limited access to infrastructure, government services and markets. They, like most Indonesians, have participated in the massive economic development that has taken place over recent decades....[Show more]
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