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|Title:||Muhammadiyah, local politics and local identity in Kotagede|
|Source:||Sulistiyanto, P. (2006-10). Muhammadiyah, local politics and local identity in Kotagede. Sojourn 21 (2) : 254-270. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1355/SJ21-2F|
|Abstract:||This article is a preliminary observation of local politics and local identity in Kotagede, Central Java, Indonesia, during the post-Soeharto period. It examines the roles of Muhammadiyah and local actors in maintaining local identity in this town. I highlight the importance of Islamic and Javanese traditions in shaping the local history and the dynamics of local politics in Kotagede. I also argue that there is a place for local actors and social networks in the pursuit of preserving local identity in this town. Some observations are made about the impact of the Yogyakarta earthquake and future research directions. © 2006 ISEAS.|
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