Publications of the 1st IIF Conference

Towards an Inclusive Democratic Indonesian Society

Political and Socio-Economic Aspects of Indonesian Multiculturalism

  1. “Social Justice and the Output-Legitimacy of Democracy: Theoretical Assumptions”. Christoph Schuck. pp. 5–28.
  2. “The IMF as an Exogenous Actor in Stabilizing Indonesian Democratic Society in the Long Term: A Theory-Based Discussion”. Markus Paesler. pp. 29–40.
  3. “Multiculturalism: Base of the Challenges for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights”. Martino Sardi. pp. 41–54.
  4. “Islamic Finance in Multicultural Indonesia”. Thomas B. Pepinsky. pp. 55–81.

Case Studies

  1. “When the Government Fails: The Story of the Work of NGOs in Caring for Street Children in Semarang, Indonesia”. Budi Setiyono. pp. 83–110.
  2. “Adaptation Strategy vis a vis Oil and Gas Companies in Indonesia: The Case of Kutai Kertanegara, 1998–2004”. Silverio R. L. Aji Sampurno. pp. 111–20.
  3. “Labour and Trade Unions after Reformasi: Civil Society, the Democratization Process and the Challenge for Social Justice”. Tobias Cepok. pp. 121–54.
  4. “Multiculturalism in Indonesian Business: A Literature Review of Ethnic Value Orientations and Cultures”. Slamet S. Sarwono. pp. 155–90.
  5. “Organic Farming as Knowledge Construction and Farmers’ Social Movement: A Study on Organic Farmers’ Strategy”. Stefanus Nindito. pp. 191–212.

Historical Evolution of Multicultural Indonesia

  1. “New Image, New Climate: Socio-Religious Movements in the Early 20th Century”. Arief Akhyat. pp. 215–34.
  2. “Building the Indonesian Nation in the Face of Adversity”. Frank Dhont. pp. 235–58.
  3. “Multiculturalism and Mass Communications in Indonesia”. André A. Hardjana. pp. 259–82.
  4. “Indonesia: Cultural Pluralism without Multiculturalism?”. Heddy Shri Ahimsa-Putra. pp. 283–97.

Response to Multiculturalism

  1. “God Crossing Borders: Religious Reconciliation and Trans/National Identities among Indonesian Migrants in Philadelphia”. Yoonhee Kang. pp. 299–316.
  2. “Glodok in the 21st Century: The Re-imagination of an Indonesian Chinatown”. Johanes Herlijanto. pp. 317–379.
  3. “Encountering the Boundaries of Chinese/ Pribumi: Experience of Conversion to Islam among a Chinese-Indonesian Father and His Two Sons”. Chiou Syuan-yuan. p. 380.
  4. “Disputing Polygamy and Woman’s Status in Indonesia: Between Islamist Feminists and Islamic Modernists”. Inayah Rohmaniyah. pp. 381–411.