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Truth and justice versus interdependence

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Truth and justice versus interdependence
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competing modes of reconciliation. the case of Maluku, Indonesia
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Kusumaningrum
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Diah
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1979-
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Diah Kusumaningrum
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Jan
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Jan Kubik
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Roy
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Miller
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Alexander
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Alexander Hinton
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Rutgers University
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Graduate School - New Brunswick
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Truth and justice has been applauded as the way to move on from a violent past. Yet, some postconflict societies managed to do so without the presence, or effective presence, of truth commissions and/or human rights trials. The question is why and how. I approach the question by looking at the case of Maluku, Indonesia, where post- communal conflict reconciliation processes took the interdependence path. Looking into the various meanings that Malukans assign to the term rekonsiliasi, as well as at the sites where interdependence is practiced: (1) ceremonial, (2) neighborhood, (3) functional-quotidian, and (4) narrative, I argue that three conditions, combined, allowed Malukans to opt for interdependence instead of truth and justice: (1) provokator narratives, (2) the idea that everyone is complicit, and (3) memories of peace, of being basudara. I also argue that interdependence work through three mechanisms: (1) emphasizing on social roles rather than religious identity, (2) providing space to symbolically display apologies and forgiveness and (3) creating focal points for peace.
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Political Science
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Reconciliation
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Justice, Administration of--Indonesia
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Rutgers University Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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1 online resource (xiv, 244 p. : ill.)
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Ph.D.
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by Diah Kusumaningrum
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Graduate School - New Brunswick Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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doi:10.7282/T3HT2R9X
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Kusumaningrum
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Diah
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2015-09-30 16:34:11
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