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Sex, lies and politicians

Sex, lies and politicians

Indonesian politicians quite often star inadvertently in porn films, but it doesn’t seem to hurt them much

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Online cosmopolitan

Online cosmopolitan

An interview with Enrico Aditjondro

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On the struggle for press freedom

On the struggle for press freedom

Former political prisoner Eko Maryadi speaks to Nikki Edwards about his incarceration during the New Order

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Selling nationalism

Selling nationalism

Indonesian television advertisements are constructing images of Indonesia by appropriating well-known nationalist themes

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West Java’s mini-fictions

West Java’s mini-fictions

Technology is opening up new possibilities for Sundanese literature

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New social media as a tool for activism

New social media as a tool for activism

Indonesia is Facebooking, Twittering and blogging, but what effect is this having on campaigns for social justice?

Indonesia is online. The number of Indonesians using the internet increased from two million in 2000 to over 55 million in 2012, the fourth largest number of internet users in Asia (after China, India and Japan).

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The era of convergent media

The era of convergent media

The integration of mainstream and social media creates a more responsive news cycle

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Rock music and social activism on the internet

Rock music and social activism on the internet

Bali rockers Navicula find a platform for social change in online social media

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Online networking and minority rights

Online networking and minority rights

LGBT communities use social media to organise despite threats of violence

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Clicktivism and the real world

Clicktivism and the real world

Social media tools are only effective if they can engage people off-line

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Sinetron keeps links with Indonesia alive

Sinetron keeps links with Indonesia alive

Despite isolation and multiple migrations the Cocos Malays maintain a resilient culture

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Stopping the flow

Stopping the flow

Lapindo Brantas’ involvement in the Surabaya Post has restricted the way journalists report on the mudflow

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Homophobia on the rise

Homophobia on the rise

Recent attacks on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender meetings reveal the growing influence of Islamist groups and highlight unequal protection of citizenship rights

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A storm in a bank vault

A storm in a bank vault

The much publicised ‘Bank Century’ case is unlikely to do any lasting damage to SBY

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The wives of Noordin Top

The wives of Noordin Top

The media portrays women who marry terrorists as victims, but the reality is far more complex

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A hybrid popular culture

A hybrid popular culture

Indonesian pop music and television still have a significant influence in East Timor

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Frying the wires, freeing the waves

Frying the wires, freeing the waves

Grassroots organisations in Indonesia are building communication media from the most basic of utensils

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Editorial dependence

Editorial dependence

Owners exert their sway in Indonesian newsrooms, but journalists soldier on

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Hubs and wires

Hubs and wires

Internet use in Indonesian NGOs is strengthening civil society

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Hot debates

Hot debates

A law on pornography still divides the community

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