Explaining Collective Violence in Contemporary Indonesia: From Conflict to Cooperation

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Springer, May 7, 2014 - Political Science - 224 pages
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Tadjoeddin uniquely explores four types of violent conflicts pertinent to contemporary Indonesia (secessionist, ethnic, routine-everyday and electoral violence), and seeks to discover what socio-economic development can do to overcome conflict and make the country's transition to democracy safe for its constituencies.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
A Background
23
3 Secessionist CentreRegional Conflicts
42
4 Ethnic Violence
75
5 RoutineEveryday Violence
112
6 Local Electoral Violence
153
7 Conclusion
175
Notes
183
References
202
Index
217
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Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin is a Senior Lecturer in Development Studies at the University of Western Sydney, Australia. He has held visiting research appointments at the Queen Elizabeth House (QEH) of the University of Oxford, UK and at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He has consulted for various UN agencies such as ILO, UNDP and UNICEF.