Civil Society and Societal Justice
- “Civil Society and Democratic Consolidation in Indonesia: Problems and Challenges”. Hurriyah. pp. 11–54.
- “Why the State Fails to Tackle Corruption: Ineffectiveness and Ambiguity of Responses”. Budy Setiyono. pp. 55–90.
- “The Role of NGOs, the Electoral Commission (KPU), and the Ministry of Home Affairs in Crafting the Comprehensive Voter’s Rights”. Ikhsan Darmawan. pp. 91–110.
- “In Praise of Corruption”. Mason C. Hoadley. pp. 111–46.
- “Citizen Journalism and Media Pluralism in Indonesia”. Yohanes Widodo. pp. 147–86.
Social Justice and Religion
- “Pluralism versus Islamic Orthodoxy: Public Debate over Lia Aminuddin, Founder of Salamullah Religious Cult”. Al Makin. pp. 187–206.
- “The Plurality of Religious Pluralism in Indonesia: Three Cases from Central Java”. Sung-Min Kim. pp. 207–48.
- “Conceptualizing Feminist Identity and Gender Issues among Muslim Intellectual Elites in Indonesia”. Alimatul Qibtiyah. pp. 249–88.
- “Local Discourse and Practice of Women’s Leadership: Contemporary Interpretation of Kodrat Perempuan in Public Engagement”. Kusmana. pp. 289–335.
- “Lifting the Veil on Social Justice in the West Kalimantan Border Region of Borneo”. Johan Weintré. pp. 335–80.
- “Decentralization in Indonesia: Strengthening or Weakening Nationalism”. Joko Purnomo. pp. 381–402.
- “Activating Adat: The Continuous Search for Rights and Recognition in Indonesia”. Adam D. Tyson. pp. 403–30.
- “Developing Public Trust in Policymaking for a Transitional Society: A Papua Case Study”. Theofransus Litaay. pp. 431–50.
- “In and Out of the Newspapers: Ethnic Land Claims and the Regional Press in East Kalimantan”. Laurens Bakker. pp. 451–76.
People in the Margin of Society
- “Japanese Diaspora in Indonesia”. Eiichi Hayashi. pp. 477–92.
- “A Case of Romusha in Yogyakarta”. Frank Dhont. pp. 493–514.