Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 264
Weight: 522 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 25 mm
'It does not provide any blue print for the future but it does provide valuable insights into the present - insights that are necessary for a more accurate view of the socio-political situation of the two countries.' - Options
'Ariel Heryanto, Sumit Mandal and their co-writers are to be congratulated for the publication of this important book ... it offers the reader a serious and in-depth evaluation of the socio-political implications of the [reformasi].' - The Jakarta Post
'The well-researched material detailing some of the political and social dynamics at work within Indonesian and Malaysian civil society in the last decade are a significant contribution to our understanding of this period of great change.' - Intersections (Murdoch University)
'The editors and contributors have skilfully maintained their focus on the issue while successfully avoiding the obvious danger of digressing.' - Tempo
'Contributors are local scholars who themselves have had direct personal involvement with the activism discussed. This is not a book written by armchair academics in a far-away air-conditioned ivory tower.' - The Nation
'Together, the six essays and the incisive introduction provide some new ways of looking at authoritarianism in the region.' - Contemporary Southeast Asia
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