TOC: Asian Journal of Social Science, 46.1-2 (2018)

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The latest issue of Asian Journal of Social Science now available! Below, please find the table of contents and see the link for more information:

Volume 46, Issue 1-2, 2018

ISSN: 1568-4849

E-ISSN: 1568-5314

 

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/15685314/46/1-2

 

List of Contributors, pp.: 1–4 (4)

“The Paradox of Civil Society,” by Sumanto Al Qurtuby, pp.: 5–34 (30)

“Social Security or Cultural Benefits,” by Nadia Agha, pp.: 35–51 (17)

“Continuity and Change among the Koras of Bindukata,” by Arun Makal; Abhradip Banerjee; Krishnendu Polley and Bhubon Mohan Das, pp.: 52–78 (27)

“The Khmer Rouge, Ritual and Control,” by Daisha Lee Delano and J. David Knottnerus, pp.: 79–110 (32)

“Masculinity, Marriage and Migration,” by Patcharin Lapanun, pp.: 111–131 (21)

“Familial Consent,” by Lina Hu, pp.: 132–158 (27)

“Internet Use and Face-to-Face Social Interaction,” by Sangmoon Kim and Joong-Hwan Oh, pp.: 159–181 (23)

“Marital Satisfaction among Korean Commuter Couples,” by Yun-Suk Lee, pp.: 182–203 (22)

“Civilian Strategies in Civil War: Insights from Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines, written by Shane Joshua Barter,” reviewed by Ariel Ahram, pp.: 205–207 (3)

“Activist Archive: Youth Culture and the Political Past in Indonesia, written by Doreen Lee,” reviewed by Dylan Fagan, pp.: 208–210 (3)

“Pan-Asian Sports and the Emergence of Modern Asia, 1913–1974, written by Stefan Huebner,” reviewed by William W. Kelly, pp.: 211–213 (3)

“Conflict in Myanmar: War, Politics, Religion, edited by Nick Cheesman and Nicholas Farrelly,” reviewed by Nehginpao Kipgen, pp.: 214–216 (3)

 “Sound Rising from the Paper: Nineteenth-Century Martial Arts Fiction and the Chinese Acoustic Imagination, written by Paize Keulemans,” reviewed by Paul H. Mason, pp.: 217–219 (3)

“Playing with the Big Boys: Basketball, American Imperialism, and Subaltern Discourse in the Philippines, written by Lou Antolihao,” reviewed by Antonio Sotomayor, pp.: 220–222 (3)

“Witch-hunt and Conspiracy: The “Ninja Case” of East Java, written by Nicholas Herriman,” reviewed by Laurence Tessier, pp.: 223–225 (3)

Books Received, pp.: 227–229 (3)