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Introduction : Vingt ans de recherches sur le Vi t Nam (1990-2010)
Christian Culas,Jean-Fran?ois Klein
Moussons : Recherche en Sciences Humaines sur l’Asie du Sud-Est , 2009,
Abstract: Pourquoi Moussons consacre-t-elle un double numéro au Vi t Nam ? Simplement parce que depuis les deux dernières décennies, ce champ particulier des sciences sociales que sont les études vietnamiennes a connu à travers le monde et en France en particulier un renouvellement considérable. Il était donc largement temps non pas d’en dresser un bilan, la vague n’ayant pas encore fini de déferler, mais, simplement, de tenter de présenter un bref panorama de ce renouveau en construction.Deux remarque...
Review: Pavin Chachavalpongpun (2010): Reinventing Thailand: Thaksin and His Foreign Policy
Martin Wagener
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2011,
Abstract: Review of the monograph: Pavin Chachavalpongpun (2010), Reinventing Thailand: Thaksin and His Foreign Policy, Silkworm Books, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. ISBN: 978-616-215-000-5, 354 pages
Review: Iwanaga, Kazuki (ed.) (2008), Women and Politics in Thailand: Continuity and Change
Lydia Seibel
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2010,
Abstract: Review of the edited volume: Iwanaga, Kazuki (ed.) (2008), Women and Politics in Thailand: Continuity and Change, Copenhagen: NIAS Press, ISBN 9788791114359, 284 pages.
Review: Adam Fforde: Coping with Facts: A Skeptic’s Guide to the Problem of Development
Michael Waibel
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2011,
Abstract: Review of the Monograph: Fforde, Adam (2009), Coping with Facts: A Skeptic’s Guide to the Problem of Development, Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Pr Inc. ; ISBN-13: 978-1565492684, 246 pages
Review: Askew, Mark (ed.): Legitimacy Crisis in Thailand
Napisa Waitoolkiat
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2011,
Abstract: Review of the edited volume: Askew, Mark (ed.) (2010), Legitimacy Crisis in Thailand, Chiang Mai, Thailand: Silkworm Books (= King Prajadhipok’s Institute Yearbook No. 5 (2008/09)). ISBN 978-974-9511-97-8, 340 pages
Review: Aspinall, Edward and Marcus Mietzner (eds.) (2010), Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions and Society
Vera Altmeyer
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2010,
Abstract: Review of the edited volume:Aspinall, Edward and Marcus Mietzner (eds.) (2010), Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions and Society, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian StudiesISBN: 978-981-4279-90-1, 359 pages
Book Review: McCoy, Alfred, Policing America’s Empire: The United States, the Philippines, and the Rise of the Surveillance State
Salvador Santino F. Regilme, Jr
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2010,
Abstract: Book Review of the Monograph: McCoy, Alfred (2009), Policing America’s Empire: The United States, the Philippines, and the Rise of the Surveillance State, Madison, Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press ISBN 978-0-299-23414-0, 659 pages
The Politics of “Public Opinion” in the Philippines
Eva-Lotta E. Hedman
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2010,
Abstract: In May 2010, national elections in the Philippines saw front-runner presidential candidate Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III win a landslide victory which set the stage for an orderly transition of power from the administration of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. This article argues that Aquino’s victory, rather than signalling a clear departure from the old ways of doing politics or the mere reproduction of established patterns of oligarchical politics, points towards a more gradual and limited change in the mobilisation of voters in the Philippines. This change, it is further argued, reflects in part the rise of “public opinion” as a social fact in Philippine politics and society in the period since the resurrection of formal democratic institutions and regular elections. The article identifies the broad parameters of the rise in polls and surveys in the Philippines, and, drawing on the critical insights of Pierre Bourdieu, examines the nature and significance of “public opinion” itself. However, the argument advanced here is a cautionary one, indicating that, while the emergence of public opinion as a social fact alters political calculations and dynamics associated with voter mobilisation, the politics of public opinion may only have limited transformative potential for democracy in the Philippines.
Electoral Campaigning in Indonesia: The Professionalization and Commercialization after 1998
Andreas Ufen
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2010,
Abstract: According to “Western” models, there are three different stages of electioneering. In Indonesia, elements of these different stages are now combined. The result is not a comprehensive “Americanization”, but a professionalization, along with a hybridization of indigenous and foreign methods. At the beginning, the elections of 1955 were marked by a localized campaign and the absence of TV, pollsters and consultants. The long suppression of electoral politics (from 1957 until 1998) has decelerated the transition toward new forms of electioneering. Technological change, institutional reforms (especially the introduction of direct presidential and direct local elections), the general dealignment of political parties, and the extraordinary rise of pollsters and consultants have effected a professionalization and commercialization of campaigning since the fall of Suharto. Political parties are now tending to become more market-oriented.
Review: Br uchler, Birgit (ed.), Reconciling Indonesia. Grassroots Agency for Peace
Eva Ottend?rfer
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 2010,
Abstract: Review of the edited volume: Br uchler, Birgit (ed.) (2009), Reconciling Indonesia. Grassroots Agency for Peace, London/New York: Routledge, ISBN-13: 978-0415487047, 272 pages.
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