HUMAN GEOGRAPIES OF DECENTRALIZED INDONESIA

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijg.2271

Tim Bunnell(1*)

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Abstract


One of the aims of this short paper is to sketch human geographical
dimensions of decentralized Indonesia. The paper is structured around a series of
sub-disciplinary issues that arise from processes evident over the past decade. In
each case, I seek to develop a theme around existing work by geographers
published in English language internationally-refereed journals. In this way, a
second aim of the paper is to provide (especially for Indonesian geographers who
often do not or cannot access these 'international' journals) a sense of the range of
work that is considered to constitute 'human geography' in English-speaking
academic worlds. In other words, I suggest pathways for human geographical
research in an era of decentralization in Indonesia building upon existing
scholarship published in the English language.

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