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폭동을 통해 본 인도네시아 자바 문화의 지속과 변화 - 이슬람과 전통 사이에서
CHANGE AND CONTINUITY IN JAVANESE CULTURE: BETWEEN ISLAM AND LOCAL TRADITION

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Authors
김형준
Issue Date
1999
Publisher
서울대학교 국제지역원
Citation
국제지역연구, Vol.08 No.1, pp. 47-65
Abstract
While experiencing unprecedented political turmoil, Indonesia has witnessed a surge of local-level riots. Javanese and Sumatran cities were the first victims of local disturbances, which have had a contagious effect on the outer islands. The purpose of this paper is to look at the riot process in Javanese cities and to search for cultural characteristics expressed in them. After examining common features recent riots and in public explanations of them, I will locate these features in the context of traditional Javanese culture. It will be argued that collective violence which the traditional custom has permitted in certain circumstances provides people with a model for behaviors in the riots. They committed such crimes as robbery, assault and arson with a belief that they would not be legally responsible for these actions, as was the case in collective actions at the village-level. It is expected that this study can provide a more balanced view to appraise the achievements and limitations of recent Islamic resurgence, and the continuing influence of traditional Javanese culture
ISSN
1226-7317
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/46793
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