Tomagola, Tamrin Amal
This study shows, using data on West Sumatran and West Javanese
life-time migrants in Jakarta and educational data of the home
provinces, that West Sumatra as an area in the outer islands which was
ruled directly and had an active religious movement has "high"
education while West Java which had all the reverse characteristics
has "low" education. There are big differences in educational
characteristics between West Sumatran and West Javanese migrants in
Jakarta just as there are in the...[Show more]
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