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Author Benda, Harry Jindrich
Title Continuity and change in Southeast Asia; collected journal articles of Harry J. Benda
Imprint New Haven, Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 1972

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Descript xii, 307 p. illus. 22 cm
Series Yale University Southeast Asia Studies. Monograph series, no. 18
Monograph series (Yale University. Southeast Asia Studies) ; no. 18
Note English or German
Contents Winks, R. W. Harry J. Benda: an appreciation.--Indonesia.--The Communist rebellions of 1926-1927 in Indonesia.--Indonesian Islam under the Japanese occupation, 1942-45.--Communism in Southeast Asia.--The beginnings of the Japanese occupation of Java.--Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje and the foundations of Dutch Islamic policy in Indonesia.--Non-Western intelligentsias as political elites.--Intellectuals and politics in Western history.--The structure of Southeast Asian history: some preliminary observations.--Tradition und Wandel in Indonesien.--Democracy in Indonesia.--Continuity and change in Indonesian Islam.--Political elites in colonial Southeast Asia: an historical analysis.--Decolonization in Indonesia: the problem of continuity and change.--Peasant movements in colonial Southeast Asia.--The pattern of administrative reforms in the closing years of Dutch rule in Indonesia.--Reflections on Asian communism.--The Samin movement (with Lance Castles)--Bibliography (p. 303-306)
Subject Indonesia -- History -- 1798-1942
Southeast Asia -- Politics and government


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