Netizens in Combat: Conflict on the Internet in Indonesia
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Explores social implications of internet usage in post-Suharto Indonesia. The focus is firstly on the human actor - the user of the Internet - as the subject of social action and secondly takes a localised and political approach to the Internet.
Asian Studies Review - article originally published in 2002 by Blackwell Publishing.
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