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Journalism And Politics In Indonesia

Author: David T. Hill
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135169136
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Mochtar Lubis was one of Indonesia’s best-known newspaper editors, authors and cultural figures, with a national, regional and international prominence that he retained from the early 1950s until his recent death in 2004. This book traces the major events in the life of Mochtar Lubis, which is also a prism through which much of Indonesia’s post-independence history can be interpreted. This book is also the story of Indonesia in the second half of the twentieth century, when the people of the archipelago became an independent nation, and when print media and the influential figures who controlled and produced newspapers, played a pivotal role in national political, educational and cultural life, defining Indonesia. Editors with strong personalities dominated the industry and sparred with the nation’s leadership; Lubis was a vocal critic of the abuse of power and a thorn in the side of the country’s first two presidents, becoming synonymous with combative journalism. Under both Sukarno and Suharto, Lubis had his newspaper closed down and was imprisoned. As the only comprehensive biography of this towering figure, the book provides a unique insight into the history and development of media, literature and the political system in Indonesia.

Journalism And Politics In Indonesia

Author: David T. Hill
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ISBN: 0415562813
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Mochtar Lubis was one of Indonesia’s best-known newspaper editors, authors and cultural figures, with a national, regional and international prominence that he retained from the early 1950s until his recent death in 2004. This book traces the major events in the life of Mochtar Lubis, which is also a prism through which much of Indonesia’s post-independence history can be interpreted. This book is also the story of Indonesia in the second half of the twentieth century, when the people of the archipelago became an independent nation, and when print media and the influential figures who controlled and produced newspapers, played a pivotal role in national political, educational and cultural life, defining Indonesia. Editors with strong personalities dominated the industry and sparred with the nation’s leadership; Lubis was a vocal critic of the abuse of power and a thorn in the side of the country’s first two presidents, becoming synonymous with combative journalism. Under both Sukarno and Suharto, Lubis had his newspaper closed down and was imprisoned. As the only comprehensive biography of this towering figure, the book provides a unique insight into the history and development of media, literature and the political system in Indonesia.

Daughter Of Independence

Author: Bryce Alcock
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0987583700
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As a child, Wenny Achdiat experienced the tumult of the Japanese occupation and the Revolution against Dutch rule. Subsequently she struggled for her own independence, first with her parents as a teenager, then with her oil executive husband during the chaotic Sukarno era, and finally with her loneliness as a single mother in Australia. Daughter of Independence interweaves Wenny's story with that of her father, the controversial writer Achdiat Karta Mihardja, whose first novel Atheis became a classic. Independence brings both joy and sorrow for Wenny and tests the strong bond between father and daughter.

Campaigning Culture And The Global Cold War

Author: Giles Scott-Smith
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137598670
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This book explores the lasting legacy of the controversial project by the Congress for Cultural Freedom, funded by the CIA, to promote Western culture and liberal values in the battle of ideas with global Communism during the Cold War. One of the most important elements of this campaign was a series of journals published around the world: Encounter, Preuves, Quest, Mundo Nuevo, and many others, involving many of the most famous intellectuals to promote a global intellectual community. Some of them, such as Minerva and China Quarterly, are still going to this day. This study examines when and why these journals were founded, who ran them, and how we should understand their cultural message in relation to the secret patron that paid the bills.

Indonesian Notebook

Author: Brian Russell Roberts
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822374641
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While Richard Wright's account of the 1955 Bandung Conference has been key to shaping Afro-Asian historical narratives, Indonesian accounts of Wright and his conference attendance have been largely overlooked. Indonesian Notebook contains myriad documents by Indonesian writers, intellectuals, and reporters, as well as a newly recovered lecture by Wright, previously published only in Indonesian. Brian Russell Roberts and Keith Foulcher introduce and contextualize these documents with extensive background information and analysis, showcasing the heterogeneity of postcolonial modernity and underscoring the need to consider non-English language perspectives in transnational cultural exchanges. This collection of primary sources and scholarly histories is a crucial companion volume to Wright'sThe Color Curtain.

D Mmerung In Jakarta

Author: Mochtar Lubis
Publisher: Unionsverlag
ISBN: 3293305563
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Die niederländischen Kolonialherren haben das Land verlassen. Die Aufsteiger lösen die soziale Frage glänzend - für sich und ihre Gefolgsleute. Wenn Müllwerker wie Saimun ihren Lohn für zwei Wochen erhalten, reichts kaum für die Hose auf Abzahlung. Gebratenes Hühnerfleisch ist ein unerschwinglicher Luxus. Mochtar Lubis entwirft in kräftigen Bildern das Panorama einer Großstadt - die Welt der Kaufleute, Beamten, Politiker, Schurken, der debattierenden Intellektuellen und der ewig zu kurz Kommenden. Der Roman, verfasst in einer Zeit, in der der Autor selbst politisch verfolgt wurde, gehört zu den großen Werken der indonesischen Literatur. Erst 1970, als er bereits in zahlreiche Sprachen übersetzt war, durfte er im eigenen Land erscheinen.