Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions and Society

Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions and Society

Edward Aspinall ; Marcus Mietzner

Format: Print Book

ISBN: 9789814279895

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Alternately lauded as a democratic success story and decried as a flawed democracy, Indonesia deserves serious consideration by anyone concerned with the global state of democracy. Yet, more than ten years after the collapse of the authoritarian Suharto regime, we still know little about how the key institutions of Indonesian democracy actually function. This book, written by leading democracy experts and scholars of Indonesia, presents a sorely needed study of the inner workings of Indonesia's political system, and its interactions with society. Combining careful case studies with an eye to the big picture, it is an indispensable guide to democratic Indonesia, its achievements, shortcomings and continuing challenges.

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Preliminary pages
1. Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: An Overview
2. Indonesia's Place in Global Democracy
3. Indonesia's 2009 Elections: Defective System, Resilient Democracy
4. Voters and the New Indonesian Democracy
5. Indonesia's 2009 Elections: Performance Challenges and Negative Precedents
6. The Professionalisation of Politics: The Growing Role of Polling Organisations and Political Consultants
7. The Indonesian Party System after the 2009 Elections: Towards Stability?
8. The Parliament in Indonesia's Decade of Democracy: People's Forum or Chamber of Cronies?
9. Entertainment, Domestication and Dispersal: Street Politics as Popular Culture
10. The Rise and Fall of Political Gangsters in Indonesian Democracy
11. Increasing the Proportion of Women in the National Parliament: Opportunities, Barriers and Challenges
12. Pushing the Boundaries: Women in Direct Local Elections and Local Government
13. Decentralisation and Local Democracy in Indonesia: The Marginalisation of the Public Sphere
14. Services Rendered: Peace, Patronage and Post-conflict Elections in Aceh
15. Electoral Politics and Democratic Freedoms in Papua
16. The Normalisation of Local Politics? Watching the Presidential Elections in Morotai, North Maluku

Subjects:Political Ideologies / Democracy

Number of Pages: 360


Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Publication Date: 40274

Format: HB

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