บทความเกี่ยวกับอาเซียนจาก The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (2011-2016)

กรกฎาคม 28, 2016
บทความเกี่ยวกับอาเซียนจาก The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (2011-2016)

บทความเกี่ยวกับอาเซียนจาก The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (2011-2016)




Volume 17, Issue 2, 2016

Identity Constructions and Dayak Ethnic Strife in West Kalimantan, Indonesia

Anika König

(Un)becoming Dayak: Intermarriage and the Dynamics of Identity and Belonging in East Kalimantan

Christian Oesterheld

Volume 16, Issue 4, 2015

The Production of Peoples: Imperial Ethnography and the Changing Conception of Uplands Space in Nineteenth-Century Vietnam

Bradley Camp Davis

Livelihoods in the Vietnamese Northern Borderlands Recorded in French Colonial Military Ethnographies 1897–1904

Jean Michaud

A Frontier in the Frontier: Sociopolitical Dynamics and Colonial Administration in the Lao-Vietnamese Borderlands

Oliver Tappe

Revolutionary and Christian Ecumenes and Desire for Modernity in the Vietnamese Highlands

Oscar Salemink

Mobility and Stability in a Tai Vat Village (Laos)

Pierre Petit

Volume 16, Issue 3, 2015

Raising Successful Children: Children as Accumulation Strategy and the Renegotiation of Parenting Arrangements in Singapore

Kristina Göransson

‘Lộc Bestowed by Heaven’: Fate, Fortune, and Morality in the Vietnamese Marketplace

Kirsten W. Endres

Regional Aspects of the Indonesian Ulama Council’s Ideological Turn

Julian Millie & Linda Hindasah

From the Indian Individual to Hierarchising Discourse: Elements for a Theory of Caste

Harald Tambs-Lyche

Volume 16, Issue 2, 2015

Debating Spatial Governance in the Pluralistic Institutional and Legal Setting of Bali

Agung Wardana

Alliances Across Ideologies: Networking with NGOs in a Tourism Dispute in Northern Bali

Sophie Strauß

The Enchantment of Agriculture: State Decentering and Irrigated Rice Production in Bali

Lene Pedersen & Wiwik Dharmiasih

Reframing Tri Hita Karana: From ‘Balinese Culture’ to Politics

Dik Roth & Gede Sedana

Disintegration, Formalisation or Reinvention? Contemplating the Future of Balinese Irrigated Rice Societies

Rachel P. Lorenzen

Volume 16, Issue 1, 2015

Stars, Spirits and Coal: Materiality and Immateriality in Northern Vietnam

Annuska Derks

Volume 15, Issue 4, 2014

Justice in Indonesia: The Social Life of a Momentous Concept

Laurens Bakker & Jaap Timmer

Legal Mobilisation and Justice: Insights from the Constitutional Court Case on International Standard Schools in Indonesia

Andrew Rosser & Jayne Curnow

Perceptions of Justice in the Making: Rescaling of Customary Law in Post-Suharto Maluku, Indonesia

Timo Kaartinen

The Right to Aid: Perceptions and Practices of Justice in a Flood-Hazard Context in Jakarta, Indonesia

Roanne van Voorst

Resistance, Ritual Purification and Mediation: Tracing a Dayak Community’s Sixteen-Year Search for Justice in East Kalimantan

Michaela Haug

Between Land Grabbing and Farmers’ Benefits: Land Transfers in West Kalimantan, Indonesia

Pujo Semedi & Laurens Bakker

Volume 15, Issue 3, 2014

‘Not Fanatical’: The Evolution of Sociable Piety and the Dialogic Subject in Multi-religious Indonesia

En-Chieh Chao

Islam as Drama: Wedding Rites and the Theatricality of Islam in South Sulawesi

Moh Yasir Alimi

Volume 15, Issue 2, 2014

Paying for the Dead: On the Politics of Death in Independent Timor-Leste

Judith Bovensiepen

Wedding Invitations and Relationship Management in Hanoi

Alexander Soucy

Symbiosis of Microcredit and Private Moneylending in Cambodia

Jan Ovesen & Ing-Britt Trankell

Volume 15, Issue 1, 2014

Perspectives of Culture-Bearers on the Vitality, Viability and Value of Traditional Khmer Music Genres in Contemporary Cambodia

Catherine Grant

Terminally Haunted: Aviation Ghosts, Hybrid Buddhist Practices, and Disaster Aversion Strategies Amongst Airport Workers in Myanmar and Thailand

Jane M. Ferguson

Volume 14, Issue 5, 2013

Engaging Processes of Sense-Making and Negotiation in Contemporary Timor-Leste

Angie Bexley & Maj Nygaard-Christensen

Volume 14, Issue 3, 2013

Burmese Super Trouper: How Burmese Poets and Musicians Turn Global Popular Music into Copy Thachin

Jane M. Ferguson

Unofficial Hanoians: Migration, Native Place and Urban Citizenship in Vietnam

Timothy Karis

Volume 14, Issue 1, 2013

Refuge and Emplacement through Buddhism: Karen Refugees and Religious Practices in a Northwestern Border Town of Thailand

Prasert Rangkla

Migration as a Spiritual Pathway: Narratives of Chinese Falungong Practitioners in Singapore

Chee-Han Lim

Volume 13, Issue 5, 2012

Sorcery, Theft and Affinity: The Estrangement of Intimacy in Eastern Java

Nicholas Herriman

Volume 13, Issue 4, 2012

‘Coming Down to the Shop’: Trajectories of Hadhrami Women into Indonesian Public Realms

Martin Slama

Compelling Evidence: Research Methods, HIV/AIDS, and Politics in Papua, Indonesia

Jenny Munro & Leslie Butt

School Gangs of Yogyakarta: Mass Fighting Strategies and Masculine Charisma in the City of Students

Hatib A. Kadir

Embodied Faith: Agency and Obedience among Face-veiled University Students in Indonesia

Eva F. Nisa

Autonomous Youth? Independence and Precariousness in the Indonesian Underground Music Scene

Sean Martin-Iverson

Volume 13, Issue 3, 2012

Moral Scrutiny, Marriage Inequality: Cohabitation in Bangkok, Thailand

Pilapa Esara

Mis-placed Boomerangs: Artistic Creativity Supply Chain Capitalism, and the Production of Ethnic Arts in Bali

Ana Dragojlovic

The Cultural Legacy of Makassar Stone in East Timor

Andrew McWilliam, David Bulbeck, Sally Brockwell & Sue O’Connor

Transnationalism and Relationships with ‘Home’ among Women in the East Timorese Community in Melbourne

Maya Costa-Pinto

Volume 13, Issue 1, 2012

Growing up in Indonesia: Experience and Diversity in Youth Transitions

Patricia Spyer & Ben White

Intermediate Generations: Reflections on Indonesian Youth Studies

Suzanne Naafs & Ben White

Navigating School to Work Transitions in an Indonesian Industrial Town: Young Women in Cilegon

Suzanne Naafs

Young Migrants and Education-to-Work Transitions in Pontianak, West Kalimantan

Wenty Marina Minza

‘It’s Already Gone Too Far’: Women and the Transition into Marriage in Lombok, Indonesia

Maria Platt

Volume 12, Issue 2, 2011

The Trafficking of Scarce Elite Commodities: Social Change and Commodification of Virginity along the Mekong

Sverre Molland

Domestic Violence in Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia: Married Women’s Definitions and Experiences of Violence in the Home

Linda R. Bennett, Sari Andajani-Sutjahjo & Nurul I. Idrus

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