5 edition of politics of Islamic identity in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
|Statement||Syed Serajul Islam.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||2004348828|
In his new book, “ Religion and Nationalism in Southeast Asia ” (Cambridge University Press, ), Joseph Liow explores the complex role of national identity in religious conflict and the Start Date: Moderate, Progressive Islamic / Centrist. This is a list of political parties espousing Islam as its main identity without principal adherence to the particular ideology of political Islam, or taking a theological position of wasat which advocates for politico-religious centrism. Afghanistan National Islamic Movement of .
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The Politics of Islamic Identity in Southeast Asia. By Syed Serajul Islam. Singapore: Thomson,pp. ISBN Reviewer: Najmul Abedin, Department of Public Management, Austin Peay State University, Tennessee, USA.
In recent decades the world has witnessed a. The politics of Islamic identity in Southeast Asia. [Syed Serajul Islam; Philippines.] -- "The events of Septem have made terrorism a burning topic.
Consequently, separatist and revivalist movements in many parts of the world have been equated with terrorism. "Islam politics of Islamic identity in Southeast Asia book politics in Southeast Asia is a well researched and documented study of Muslim politics in modern post-colonial Southeast Asia.
The individual writer's astute observations and pointed conclusions offer insights how each Muslim community that is examined responds to and engages with the state which is viewed as fundamentally : $ This book addresses the issue of terrorism, separatism and Islamic revivalism and examines, in minute detail, the movements in the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, and Malaysia.
It is suitable as textbook for students majoring in Southeast Asian politics, and provides ample resources for researchers and experts on Southeast : Syed Serajul Islam. "Encountering Islam: The Politics of Religious Identities in Southeast Asia, edited by Hui Yew-Foong, may not frame the culture-wars debate among Muslims in the region, but the book's three chapters on Islam in Indonesia can be more easily understood if read from the differing perspectives of the conservative-liberal political spectrum"(Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies).
This article examines the relationship between Islam and politics in Southeast Asia. It first outlines the various factors that frame Islam and politics in the Muslim world of Southeast Asia. These include a strong co-identity of Islam and ethnicity, high level of syncretism among Muslims in Southeast Asia, and weak electoral support for radical : Fred R.
von der Mehden. Book Description. Southeast Asia manifests some of the most interesting, non-violent as well as conflictual elements of Islamic social and political life in the world. This book examines the ways in which Muslim politics in Southeast Asia has greatly impacted democratic practice and contributed to its practical and discursive development.
The Politics of Religion in South and Southeast Asia Ishtiaq Ahmed 2. Religion as a Political Ideology in South Asia Ali Riaz 3.
Islamism beyond the Islamic Heartland: The Case Study of Bangladesh Taj Hashmi 4. Secular versus Hindu Nation-Building: Dalit, Adivasi, Muslim and Christian Experiences in India Ishtiaq Ahmed 5. Gordon Means traces the evolution of Islamic politics in Southeast Asia, ranging from the early arrival of Islam in the region to the challenges it generates and faces today.
The analysis presented by Means encompasses both the events and actions shaping Islamic politics and the impact of Islamic politics on government and public policy outcomes.
The politics of Islam in South-east Asia A rising crescent Indonesia’s general elections on 29 May resulted in a predictable vic-tory for the government-backed Golkar party. Less expected was the 23% of the vote won by the Islamic Partai Persatuan Pembangunan (PPP) – the United Devel-opment Party – and the virtual elimin.
The book demonstrates how stumbling blocks to dialogue and reconciliation can and have been overcome in different parts of Southeast Asia and identifies a range of actors who might be well placed to make useful contributions, propose remedies, and initiate action towards negotiating the region’s : Joseph A.
Camilleri, Sven Schottmann. In fact, support for Indonesia’s engagement with the international political economy is born from political pragmatism, and from Indonesia’s struggles to achieve economic development. This book examines the role of Islamic identity in Indonesia’s foreign economic relations and in Cited by: 1.
Edited by Ooi Keat Gin and Volker Grabowsky This stimulating volume analyzes the impact of ethnic change and religious traditions on local, national, and regional identities. Through the lens of identity, the authors explore and appraise the level of integration within the political.
Making Modern Muslims is the first book to look comparatively at Islamic education and politics in Southeast Asia. Based on a two-year research project by leading scholars of Southeast Asian Islam, the book examines Islamic schooling in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, and.
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Download books for free. Find books. Southeast Asia continues to beckon policymakers and scholars alike to revisit its history in spite of the tomes of appraisals already written, deconstructive or otherwise. Because of a significant presence of Muslims in the region, and particularly in the wake of 9/11, it invariably attracts the attention of foreign powers drawn by the specter of terrorism and focused on rooting out radical.
The book is divided into parts on Islam, society, and politics, themes that are brought together in most of the chapters as well. The authors write largely about current political issues, with the rivalry between the ruling party UMNO and the country’s major opposition party PAS (Parti Islam.
Southeast Asia manifests some of the most interesting, non-violent as well as conflictual elements of Islamic social and political life in the world.
This book examines the ways in which Muslim politics in Southeast Asia has greatly impacted democratic practice. experiences. These are important but not sufficient conditions for regional identity. Rather, Southeast Asia’s identity, which is the basis of the identity of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) as a regional organisation, is socially and political constructed, through interactions amongst its governments and societies.
Written in an accessible, journalistic style, Jihad in Paradise focuses on Southeast Asia's struggle to deal with Islamic extremists and terrorism at the hands of Jemah Islamiyah, al Qaeda's Southeast Asian : Mike Millard. The marks of Islamic art in Southeast Asia are subtly embedded in expressions of an artistic heritage that preceded waves of foreign influences from the Asian mainland and beyond.
Southeast Asia is, in fact, noted for strong cultural moorings, with influences from China, India, and other parts overlaid on the indigenous without diminishing it.Summary: "Gordon Means traces the evolution of Islamic politics in Southeast Asia, ranging from the early arrival of Islam in the region to the challenges it generates, and faces, today.
Means's analysis encompasses the events and actions shaping Islamic politics, as well as the impact of Islamic politics on government and public policy outcomes.
Islam and Identity Politics in Indonesia. forms of conservative Islam are on the rise in Southeast Asia. Encouraged by governments and local elites who seek to draw legitimacy from local.