Malay identity work

@inproceedings{Derks1997MalayIW,
  title={Malay identity work},
  author={Will Derks},
  year={1997}
}
In an intriguing essay, published a few years ago, Anne Booth discusses Indonesia's chances to survive as a unitary state. Obviously, this question is posed against the background of the composite nature of this enormous country, which has a multitude of islands, ethnic groups, traditions, reli gions, languages and dialects within its borders. Booth tries to assess the possibilities of a future disintegration of this indeed hybrid amalgam called Indonesia that is held together by strong central… Expand
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