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Meaningand power in a Southeast Asian realm

Shelly Errington

Meaningand power in a Southeast Asian realm

by Shelly Errington

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J, Guildford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p311-318. - Includes index.

StatementShelly Errington.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv,322p.,(6)p. of plates :
Number of Pages322
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21624150M
ISBN 100691094454

Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, "The Cosmic Theme Park of the Javanese" Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Arts, published in Sydney, Australia, July "Myth and Structure in Disney World.".   Southeast Asian urbanism: The meaning and power of social space [Evers, Hans-Dieter, Korff, Rudiger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Southeast Asian urbanism: The meaning and power of social spaceAuthor: Hans-Dieter Evers, Rudiger Korff.

The Myth of the Exemplary Centre: Shelly Errington's Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm. Her earlier work was on narrative form and subjectivity in Malay court literature, on political forms and consciousness in Southeast Asia, and on the social construction of gender; relevant to those were her books, Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm () and Power and Difference: Gender in Island Southeast Asia (co-edited, ). Her book, The Death of .

Southeast Asia includes countries with political boundaries creating many shapes and sizes. The political borders were created through a combination of factors, including natural features, traditional tribal distinctions, colonial claims, and political agreements. The realm also has the fourth-most populous country in the world, Indonesia. Start studying The Southeast Asian Realm. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Southeast Asia's Emerging markets. Khmer Empire is dominant ethnic group. Fell into chaos with Vientam. Khmer Rouge came into power, communist. Killed 25% of population for being educated or pro-west. Laos and.


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Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm. The ruler in the Indic States of Southeast Asia was seen not as the “head of state” but as the center or navel of the world. Like polities, persons and houses were and are viewed as centered spaces. Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm Book Description: The ruler in the Indic States of Southeast Asia was seen not as the "head of state" but as the center or navel of the world.

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Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm The ruler in the Indic States of Southeast Asia was seen not as the "head of state" but as the center or navel of the world. Like polities, persons and houses were and are viewed as centered spaces (locations) where spiritual potency can gather.

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Citation Information. Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm. Princeton University Press. Pages: vii–viii. ISBN (Online): Southeast Asia has undergone innumerable far-reaching changes and dramatic transformations over the last half-century.

This book explores the concept of power in relation to these transformations, and examines its various social, cultural, religious, economic and political forms. The book works from the ground up, portraying Southeast Asians’ own perspectives. The ruler in the Indic States of Southeast Asia was seen not as the.

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Like polities, persons and houses were and are viewed as centered spaces Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Meaning and power in a Southeast Asian realm (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. Meaning and power in a Southeast Asian realm. [Shelly Errington] -- Each time Bartholomew Cubbins attempts to obey the King's order to take off his hat, he finds there is another one on his head.

Southeast Asian Urbanism: The Meaning and Power of Social Space a very welcome addition to the social analyses of Southeast Asian cities this book is a fascinating read which will hopefully stimulate a new wave of research and writing on Southeast Asian Urbanism in Southeast Asia: 3.

Meaning and Power in the Construction of Urban. Southeast Asia has undergone innumerable far-reaching changes and dramatic transformations over the last half-century.

This book explores the concept of power in relation to these transformations, and examines its various social. Books 1 Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm Shelly Errington The ruler in the Indic States of Southeast Asia was seen not as the "head of state" but as the center or navel of the world.

Like polities, persons and houses were and are viewed as centered spaces (locations) where spiritual potency. Since the Second World War, an important school of social science scholarship in Southeast Asia has explained pre-national social hierarchy in terms of religious cosmology, or religious beliefs in the ordering principles of merit and karma (Heine-Geldern, ; Geertz, ; Errington, ).

Review article of Shelly Errington's Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press (). Shelly Errington is Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, author of Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm (), and coeditor of Power and Difference: Gender in Island Southeast Asia ().11 See Errington, Shelly, Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), pp.

63, – 12 O'Connor, Stanley J., “Art Critics, Connoisseurs, and Collectors in the Southeast Asian Rain Forest: A Study in Cross-Cultural Art Theory”, Journal of Southeast Asian Stud 2 (Sep. ): ramifications. The second section deals with issues of power and legitimacy in the Southeast Asian region on a larger scale with a special focus on how moral/religious ideas ground power.

Finally, the third section deals with an interrogation of what legitimates state will ask how violence both by states directed at its citizens.