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Social science and power in Indonesia

Author: Hadiz, Vedi R. ; Dhakidae, DanielCorporate author:Institute of Southeast Asian Studies ; Ford Foundation Series: Celebrating Indonesia Publisher: Equinox Publishing, 2005. ; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 281 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 981230293XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Social Science and Power in Indonesia Table of Contents About the Contributors........................................................................ ix Glossary............................................................................................... xiii Translator's Note................................................................................ xvii Max Lane Preface..................................................................................................... xix Hans Antlöv 1. Introduction......................................................................................... 1 Vedi R. Hadiz and Daniel Dhakidae 2. Institutions, Discourses, and Conflicts in Economic Thought..............31 Alexander Irwan 3. Ideological Baggage and Orientations of the Social Sciences in Indonesia............................................................... 57 Ariel Heryanto 4. The Negative and Positive Uses of Socio-economic Statistics............... 91 Aris Ananta 5. Between Apologia and Critical Discourse: Agrarian Transitions and Scholarly Engagement in Indonesia........................ 107 Ben White 6. The Political Economy of Higher Education: The University as an Arena for the Struggle for Power...................... 143 Heru Nugroho 7. The Class Question in Indonesian Social Sciences............................ 167 Hilmar Farid 8. Inclusion and Exclusion: NGOs and Critical Social Knowledge.......... 197 Meuthia Ganie-Rochman and Rochman Achwan 9. Social Science Associations.................................................................. 221 P.M. Laksono 10. History, Nationalism, and Power.......................................................247 Asvi Warman Adam Index................................................................................................... 275

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