Adat and Dinas: Balinese Communities in the Indonesian State
This study focuses on the dynamics of community organization in contemporary Bali and of the ambivalent relationship between village institutions, adat, and those of the Indonesian state, dinas. Focusing on the banjar--the civic community in Bali--the book traces its role in serving the needs of the its members and the tensions implicit in its role as intermediary in the implementation of development policies.
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THE FOUNDATIONS OF VILLAGE
Hierarchy and Equality
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adat and dinas administrative desa Agung awig-awig ayahan bale banjar Bali Bali Post Balinese Banjar Lagas Banjar Madya banjar members Beach Market bendesa Beratha Besaya Brahmana cent central co-operative concepts Construction contributions corporate cremation customary Dasa death ceremonies Denpasar desa adat Desa Office Desa Sanur Desa Tarian Dharma dusun economic family planning funds gamelan Geertz Gianyar Golkar hierarchy Hobart household Ida Bagus income Indonesian Inpres institutions karang Karangasem kecak kelurahan kepala desa Ketut klian banjar klian of Banjar Klungkung Korn Korn Collection krama kulkul labour land leaders leadership Lembaga Levies leyak Mandera membership Mendagri Menteri Dalam Negeri ngaben obligations official organization Pancasila Parisada Hindu Dharma patus Pekandelan perbekel political practice primary programme projects provincial Pura Puri relations Repairs responsibility rice ritual rupiah Sangan Sanur Schulte Nordholt seka Siang social status structure subak symbolic Tahun Taman Tarian tempek tion traditional Wayan
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The Changing World of Bali: Religion, Society and Tourism
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