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National Integration in Indonesia: Patterns and Policies
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|Title:||National Integration in Indonesia: Patterns and Policies|
|Keywords:||HISTORY / Asia / Southeast Asia|
|Publisher:||Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press|
|Description:||Indonesia's great size and diversity and its history of regional dissension have made its struggle for national integration particularly complex. Christine Drake presents an informed and balanced picture of past and present developments in this struggle, offering readers a realistic assessment of the current status and future prospects of national integration in Indonesia. |
By addressing historical, political, social, and economic issues in conjunction with statistical analysis, Professor Drake argues that the spatial pattern of integration is far more complex than the commonly accepted core-periphery model of Indonesian integration and development. The author examines the effectiveness of Indonesian government policies in promoting national integration and concludes that in general they have led to greater national unity, although many serious problems remain.
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