The Vernacular Press and the Emergence of Modern Indonesian Consciousness (1855-1913)
A unique study of the growth and development of the Indonesian press and its influence on the birth of a modern Indonesian socioeconomic and political consciousness. It details the evolution of the vernacular press and its resulting conflicts with colonial forces. It also examines the development of modern Indonesian society.
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The Genesis of the Vernacular Press
The Involvement of the Eurasians
The Chinese and the Development of the Vernacular Press
The Emergence of a Modern Indonesian Consciousness and the Press
The Growth of the IndonesianOwned Press
The Vernacular Press in the Outer Islands
The Genesis of Political Consciousness in Indonesia
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