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Religion and politics in rural central Java.

Robert R. Jay

Religion and politics in rural central Java.

by Robert R. Jay

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Published by Yale University Southeast Asia Studies in New Haven, Conn .
Written in English


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SeriesCultural report series -- 12
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Open LibraryOL22702769M

Australia - Australia - History: This article discusses the history of Australia from the arrival of European explorers in the 16th century to the present. For a more detailed discussion of Aboriginal culture, see Australian Aboriginal peoples. Prior to documented history, travelers from Asia may have reached Australia. China’s control of South Asian waters could have extended to a landing.   The Religion of Java will interest specialists in Southeast Asia, anthropologists and sociologists concerned with the social analysis of religious belief and ideology, students of comparative religion, and civil servants dealing with governmental policy toward Indonesia and Southeast Asia.4/5().

VOA Special Report Centrality of Religion. By Deepak Dobhal | VOANews. For more than half a century, efforts to uphold the constitution’s separation of church and state has been viewed by some as an attack on Christian values, from the banning of school-sponsored prayer in the s to more recent efforts to curb discrimination based on religious principles. Regional analysis of social systems follows upon previous attempts within sociology, anthropology, and rural sociology to examine the organization of society in spatial terms. In particular, several overlapping but distinct traditions of research and thought about communities form a backdrop for current efforts in regional analysis.

Franciscan Sister Maximiliana Marcelina Tiganna from Mardi Lestari Foundation in Sragen, Central Java, which handles kindergarten and elementary students, echoed those sentiments. Hinduism in Indonesia, as of the census, is practised by about % of the total population, and by more than 83% of the population in Bali. Hinduism is one of the six official religions of Indonesia. Hinduism came to Indonesia in the 1st-century through traders, sailors, scholars and priests. A syncretic fusion of pre-existing Javanese culture and Hindu ideas, that from the 6th-century.


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Religion and Politics in Rural Central Java. Paperback – January 1, by Robert R. Jay (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Author: Robert R. Jay. 19 rural counties across the united states as part of the Carsey insti-tute’s research on Community and environment in rural america (Cera).

as documented in several other Carsey reports, rural america is not a homogeneous place, and our 7, survey respondents encompass this rural diversity. some live in amenity-rich counties (13 percent).

Functions of Rural Religion: The functions of rural religion have both positive and negative sides. The positive func­tions help in maintaining the unity of the village. However, this unity is being disturbed by the caste politics, which has recently crept into the rural society.

Java lies between Sumatra to the west and Bali to the east. Borneo lies to the north and Christmas Island is to the south. It is the world's 13th largest is surrounded by the Java Sea to the north, Sunda Strait to the west, the Indian Ocean to the south and Bali Strait and Madura Strait in the east.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Everyday Islam: Religion and Tradition in Rural Central Asia.5/5(1). Rural religion occasionally leads to cult war although its severity is in a low key.

Despite these dysfunctions rural religion has survived and will continue to survive because it is a part of the warp and woof of rural culture. It survives also because of its psychic and social functions in enabling the ruralites to meet the complexities of life.

Book Review of Geertz, Clifford 's The Religion of Java, from Madjallah Ilmu-Ilmu Sastra Indonesia, 1/2 (09 ), p. – 10 Actually, Koentjaraningrat calls the occupational breakdown a social classification, including peasants, traders, merchants, prijaji, and ndara (“a rather limited upper class or nobility”).Cited by: 3.

Written with a rare combination of analysis and speculation, this comprehensive study of Javanese religion is one of the few books on the religion of a non-Western people which emphasizes variation and conflict in belief as well as similarity and harmony. The reader becomes aware of the intricacy and depth of Javanese spiritual life and the problems of political and social integration 4/5(4).

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The authors work at Aarhus University, Denmark, in the field of theology, religious studies, and political science. Of these, 22 were in West Java, 35 were in Central Java, and 6 in East Java. These include also kebatinan-groups, such as Sumarah.

This loosely organized current of thought and practice was legitimized in the constitution, [citation needed] but failed to attain official recognition as a religion. Java, island of Indonesia lying southeast of Malaysia and Sumatra, south of Borneo (Kalimantan), and west of Bali.

Java is only the fourth largest island in Indonesia but contains more than half of the nation’s population and dominates it politically and economically.

The capital of Java and of the. A wide-ranging look at the fascinatingly diverse syncretic melange of religion in Java. Inevitably the most interesting part to me was at the beginning, about the "folk" religion Geertz calls the abangan strain.

Later chapters on the santri, more self-consciously Muslim, strain (which is as much about political party organization as religious practice) and prijaji, aristocratic mystic /5. Indonesia is officially a republic with a compromise made between the ideas of an Islamic state and a secular state.

Indonesia has the world's largest Muslim population and the first principle of Indonesia's philosophical foundation, Pancasila requires its citizens to "believe in the one and only God". Consequently, atheists in Indonesia experience official discrimination in the context of.

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This sprawling organisation, steeped in the traditionalist Syafi’i school of Islamic learning and rooted in the pesantren, or religious boarding schools, of rural Java, is a massive potential vote base in Indonesia, especially in the heavily populated provinces of East and Central Java.

It is also one that leans toward pluralism, seeing that.