3 edition of Indonesian sociological studies. found in the catalog.
Indonesian sociological studies.
Bertram Johannes Otto Schrieke
|Series||Selected studies on Indonesia, v. 2, Selected studies on Indonesia by Dutch scholars -- v. 2|
|LC Classifications||HN703 S34 1966|
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Indonesian Sociological Studies book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The late Professor Schrieke () was one of the fir /5(3). Other articles where Indonesian Sociological Studies: Selected Writings of B. Schrieke is discussed: Bertram Schrieke: appeared in English translation in Indonesian Sociological Studies: Selected Writings of B.
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Indonesian Trade and Society: Essays in Asian Social and Economic History, Indonesian Sociological Studies: Selected Writings (Part One), Indonesian Soc Author: J. Van Leur. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schrieke, B.J.O. (Bertram Johannes Otto), Indonesian sociological studies.
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Indonesian sociological studies. book doctoral dissertation for the University of Leiden, Neth. (), considered the influences that led to the establishment of Islām in the Indonesian archipelago.
Writings on Indonesia by two prominent Dutch scholars who died in the 's. The first includes a study of the early development of the Communist movement in Sumatra.
Van Leur's writings are concerned with the earlier economic history of the Netherlands East Indies. The book is full of pithy summations that deftly capture well developed themes in Indonesian sociological studies, but, more importantly, it contextualizes these themes through insightful analysis of architectural forms.” — Robbie Peters, OceaniaAuthor: Abidin Kusno.
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African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies This paper aims to examine religious life in Indonesia from a sociological perspective by discussing four main sub-themes: socio-historical development, the relationship between the state and Author: Sindung Haryanto.
The Journal of Asian Studies: – history, arts, social sciences, philosophy, and contemporary issues of East, South, and Southeast Asia uses a wealth of contemporary Indonesian contacts to paint a lively historical, sociological, anthropological and at times gossipy portrait of.
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Schrieke, Part Two, IfRuler and Realm in Early Javalf• W. van Hoeve, Ltd., The Hague and Bandung,pp. Distributed by the Institute of Pacific Relations. This volume is the third iin the series, "Selected Studies on Indonesia by Dutch Scholars" which has already brought.
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sociological meaning: 1. related to or involving sociology: 2. related to or involving sociology. Learn more. 'rhe Indonesian Town, Studies in Urban Sociology. Selected Studies on Indo-nesia by Dutch Scholars, Vol. van Hoeve, The Hague, Ban-dung, I xxxiV + pp. Dfl I 7 THIS volume is not as impressive as its predecessors in the series (which con-sisted of works by Schrieke and van Leur) for a reason suggested by the editors in.
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