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Keuangan mikro Indonesia: buku 3. Sumbangan pemikiran

On microfinance in Indonesia.

Menurutnya, ekonomi syariah tidak bisa dianggap semacam aliran anti ekonomi
liberal atau neo liberal, sehingga orang non-Islam bisa saja menjalankan
ekonomi syariah. Aries Mufti bulan Mei 2008 lalu baru saja melantik ketua
Masyarakat ...

Dari sentralisasi ke otonomi

DKI Jakarta, implementasi UU no. 34

Administrative and financial aspects of the Jakarta local government; comments on Law no. 34 of 1999.

Pengakuan dan penghormatan terhadap keanekaragaman adalah merupakan
faktor penting yang dapat melanggengkan harmoni dan semangat solidaritas
dalam bingkai Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia. Dengan demikian, otonomi
 ...

Hukum tata negara dan pilar-pilar demokrasi

serpihan pemikiran hukum, media, dan HAM

On constitutional law, telematics, human rights, and political issues in Indonesia; collected articles.

On constitutional law, telematics, human rights, and political issues in Indonesia; collected articles.

The Blood of the People

Revolution and the End of Traditional Rule in Northern Sumatra

In northern Sumatra, as in Malaya, colonial rule embraced an extravagant array of sultans, rajas, datuks and uleebalangs. In Malaya the traditional Malay elite served as a barrier to evolutionary change and survived the transition to independence, but in Sumatra a wave of violence and killing wiped out the traditional elite in 1945-46. Anthony Reid's The Blood of the People, now available in a new edition, explores the circumstances of Sumatra's sharp break with the past during what has been labelled its "social revolution." The events in northern Sumatra were among the most dramatic episodes of Indonesia's national revolution, and brought about more profound changes even than in Java, from where the revolution is normally viewed. Some ethnic groups saw the revolution as a popular, peasant-supported movement that liberated them from foreign rule. Others, though, felt victimised by a radical, levelling agenda imposed by outsiders. Java, with a relatively homogeneous population, passed through the revolution without significant social change. The ethnic complexity of Sumatra, in contrast, meant that the revolution demanded and altogether new "Indonesian" identity to override the competing ethnic categories of the past.

Dutch and British archives also provide intelligence reports for the Japanese and
revolutionary periods, but they are disappointingly blind to the most vital
revolutionary developments. Few Japanese documents of substance have yet
come to light in the archives of the SelfDefence Agency in Tokyo beyond those
already published (below under Benda and Reid). For these periods one must
rely mainly on such newspaper collections as exist (often in private hands) and
on the written or ...

Bulan Terbelah Di Langit Amerika

  • ISBN 13 : 9786020305455
  • Judul : Bulan Terbelah Di Langit Amerika
  • Pengarang : Hanum Salsabiela rais,  
  • Penerbit : Gramedia Pustaka Utama
  • Klasifikasi : 813
  • Call Number : 813 HAN b
  • Bahasa : Indonesia
  • Penaklikan : 334 hlm, 20 cm
  • Tahun : 2014
  • Halaman : 344
  • Halaman : 344
  • Ketersediaan :
    2018-36388-0011
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0010
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0009
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0008
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0007
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0006
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0005
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0004
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0003
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0002
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36388-0001
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi

All the World's Reward

Folktales Told by Five Scandinavian Storytellers

All the World�s Reward presents ninety-eight tales from Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Swedish-speaking Finland, and Iceland. Each area is represented by the complete recorded repertoire of a single storyteller. Such a focus helps place the stories in the context of the communities in which they were performed and also reveals how individual folk artists used the medium of oral literature to make statements about their lives and their world. Some preferred jocular stories and others wonder tales; some performed mostly for adults, others for children; some used storytelling to criticize society, and others spun wish fulfillment tales to find relief from a harsh reality. For the most part collected a century ago, the stories were gleaned from archives and printed sources; the Icelandic repertoire was collected on audiotape in the 1960s. Each repertoire was selected by a noted folklorist. Introductions to the storytellers and collectors and commentaries and references for the tales are provided. A general introduction, a comprehensive bibliography, and an index of the tales according to Aarne-Thompson�s typology are also included. Period illustrations add charm to the stories.

A general introduction, a comprehensive bibliography, and an index of the tales according to Aarne-Thompson s typology are also included. Period illustrations add charm to the stories.