Industrialized Media in Democratizing Indonesia

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This chapter discusses why for a long time the idea of journalists as industrial employees has been denied or misrecognized by many and often opposing camps; and why such recognition has now become practically unavoidable. It also briefly examines a similar and related phenomenon with reference to other urban sections of the middle-class intelligentsia in today’s turbulent Indonesia.

Heryanto, Ariel and Adi, Stanley Y. (2002) “Industrialized Media in Democratizing Indonesia”, in Media Fortunes, Changing Times – ASEAN States in Transition, Russell Hiang-Khng Heng (ed.), Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp. 47-82.

keywords: democratization, Indonesia, industrialization, internet, Jakarta-Jakarta, labour, literacy, media, post-colonial, Tempo

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arielheryanto

Born in Indonesia. Worked in Indonesia (1980-1995), Singapore (1996-1999), and Australia (2000-2020).

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