Indonesian Electoral Behaviour: A Statistical Perspective
Date of publication: 2004
Number of pages: 429
"This book addresses that question quantitatively by bringing together data (aggregated at district level) from various sources, including the 2000 population census, the 1999 National Socioeconomic Survey (Susenas) and regional accounts. The authors attempt to explain differences in party performance at district level, and to test the importance of religious, ethnic and regional loyalties in explaining voting behaviour"(Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies).
About the Publication
This is the 2nd book in the ISEAS Series, Indonesia's Population.
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|Indonesian Electoral Behaviour: A Statistical Perspective||80.00 USD|
|1. Introduction: Explaining Voting Behaviour in Indonesia||5.00 USD|
|2. The Cultural Variables: Religion and Ethnicity||5.00 USD|
|3. The Socio-economic Variables (1): Education and Its Geographical Composition||5.00 USD|
|4. The Socio-economic Variables (2): Migrants and the Urban Population||5.00 USD|
|5. The Socio-economic Variables (3): Per Capita Income and Poverty||5.00 USD|
|6. Results of the 199 Election: National and Provincial Votes||5.00 USD|
|7. Results of the 1999 Election: Districts Votes||5.00 USD|
|8. Culture and Electoral Behaviour: Testing Religious and Ethnic Loyalties||5.00 USD|
|9. Other Variables and Electoral Behaviour: Testing the Socio-economic Factors||5.00 USD|
|10. Conclusion: Findings and Significance||5.00 USD|
|Appendix I: Data Method; Appendix II: Names of Districts by 1999 Election and 2000 Census||–||Download|