Separatism in Aceh: From social rebellion to political movement
Some theoretical literature posits a clear distinction between civil society and political society. For the noted scholar of democratization, Alfred Stepan, for example, civil society is �that arena where social movements . . . and civic organizations from all classes . . . attempt to constitute themselves in an ensemble of arrangements so they can express themselves and advance their interests� (Stepan 1988: 3-4). Political society, by contrast, is the arena �in which the polity specifically...[Show more]
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