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Publication Date: October 1971
Editorial Note, Indonesia, volume 12, (October 1971)
Table of Contents, Indonesia, volume 12, (October 1971)
Pamurtian in Balinese Art
The Birth of the Republic of Sumatra
Economic and Religious Attitudes of Entrepreneurs in a Village Industry: Notes on the Community of Batur
Space, Time, and the Concept of Person in Karavar
Batak Dances: Notes
The Wajang as a Philosophical Theme
The Indonesian Elite's View of the World and the Foreign Policy of Development
Some Observations on Dance in Kalimantan
Traces of an Old-Sundanese Ramayana Tradition
Notes on the Lontara' as Historical Sources
Contributors, Indonesia, volume 12, (October 1971)