Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese Minority and China: A Study of Perceptions and Policies

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About the Publication

This study analyses pribumi (indigenous Indonesian) perceptions of the Chinese minority and asks how these perceptions, modified by economic and political constraints, manifest themselves in government policies towards this "trading minority" and towards China. It covers the period from 1949, when Indonesia became a sovereign state, to 1975 when the New Order Government abolished Special National Schools for the Chinese. This second edition has been updated by the addition of a postscript concerning post-1975 developments.
          

Contents

Preliminary pages
PART I: PERCEPTIONS OF THE INDONESIAN NATION AND THE CHINESE MINORITY
1. Pribumi Perceptions of the Indonesian Nation and the Chinese Minority
2. Local Chinese Perceptions of the Indonesian Nation and their Position
PART II: INDONESIAN CHINESE ECONOMY AND SOCIETY
3. The Economic Position of the Chinese
4. The Chinese Minority: An Analysis
PART III: INDONESIAN GOVERNMENT POLICIES
5. Indonesian Nationality Policy Toward the Chinese Minority
6. Indonesian Economic Policies Toward the Chinese Minority
7. Indonesian Cultural Policies Toward the Chinese Minority
8. Indonesian Policy Toward China (PRC)
Postscript, Appendices, Bibliography, Additional Bibliography (Post-1975), Index

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