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Popular Agency And Interests In Indonesia's Democratic Transition And Consolidation

Aspinall, Edward


This article reviews the part played by lower class groups in Indonesia's democratic transition and consolidation. While mainstream analyses emphasize dominance of Indonesian politics by oligarchs and other elites, this article also finds many new avenues for lower class political agency. It focuses on two: fragmented activism, through which lower class groups organize and mobilize to advance their own interests, and electoral populism, by which candidates for elective office respond to the...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2013
Type: Journal article
Source: Indonesia
DOI: 10.5728/indonesia.96.0011


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