On The Politics of Migration: Indonesia and Beyond

Authors

Riwanto Tirtosudarmo

Keywords:

On, Politics, Migration, Indonesia, Beyond

Synopsis

Penulis: Riwanto Tirtosudarmo

On the Politics of Migration: Indonesia and Beyond views migration from its social and political dimension, placing its studies between the realm of demography and politics. The focum is still on Indonesian migration, starting with internal migration and then further beyond its national borders.

This book is a valuable asset for many academics and activists in the area of demography and social-politics, especially those related to migration and refugee. Lawmakers on decentralization and migration will also get the benefit from the information found in this book.

 

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