Witch-Hunt and Conspiracy: The 'Ninja Case' in East Java
A disturbing study of an outbreak of violence in East Java in 1998 sparked by alleged sorcery which was supposedly challenged by paramilitaries, popularly known as ninjas. Herriman demonstrates that the disturbances had deeper seated causes than were reported at the time. Using firsthand accounts, he uncovers interactions between national bodies and the community culture which exacerbated the problem. 176 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents page.
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