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Party politics in Southeast Asia : clientelism and electoral competition in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines / edited by Dirk Tomsa and Andreas Ufen.

Contributor(s): Tomsa, Dirk | Ufen, Andreas, 1965-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JQ750.A979 P37 2013Series: Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series ; 55.Publication: New York : Routledge, 2013Description: xix, 222 p.ISBN: 9780415519427 (hardback).Subject(s): Political parties -- Southeast Asia | Patron and client -- Southeast Asia | Southeast Asia -- Politics and government -- 1945- | Political parties -- Indonesia | Indonesia -- Politics and government -- 1998- | Political parties -- Thailand | Thailand -- Politics and government -- 1988- | Political parties -- Philippines | Philippines -- Politics and government -- 1986-
Contents:
1 Introduction : party politics and clientelism in Southeast Asia / DIRK TOMSA AND ANDREAS UFEN -- 2 What type of party? Southeast Asian parties between clientelism and electoralism / DIRK TOMSA -- 3 Lipset and rokkan in Southeast Asia : Indonesia in comparative perspective / ANDREAS UFEN -- 4 Class, charisma, and clientelism in Thai and Philippine populist parties / MARK R. THOMPSON -- 5 Anti-party attitudes in Southeast Asia / PAIGE JOHNSON TAN -- 6 Electoral system choice and parties in new democracies : lessons from the Philippines and Indonesia / JAE HYEOK SHIN -- 7 Bringing clientelism and institutions back in : the rise and fall of religious parties in Indonesia's electoral democracy / KIKUE HAMAYOTSU -- 8 Who's the perfect politician? clientelism as a determining feature of Thai politics / ELIN BJARNEGARD -- 9 Building local party organizations in Thailand : strengthening party rootedness or serving elite interests? / PUNCHADA SIRIVUNNABOOD -- 10 Clientelism and party politics in the Philippines / JULIO C. TEEHANKEE.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1 Introduction : party politics and clientelism in Southeast Asia / DIRK TOMSA AND ANDREAS UFEN -- 2 What type of party? Southeast Asian parties between clientelism and electoralism / DIRK TOMSA -- 3 Lipset and rokkan in Southeast Asia : Indonesia in comparative perspective / ANDREAS UFEN -- 4 Class, charisma, and clientelism in Thai and Philippine populist parties / MARK R. THOMPSON -- 5 Anti-party attitudes in Southeast Asia / PAIGE JOHNSON TAN -- 6 Electoral system choice and parties in new democracies : lessons from the Philippines and Indonesia / JAE HYEOK SHIN -- 7 Bringing clientelism and institutions back in : the rise and fall of religious parties in Indonesia's electoral democracy / KIKUE HAMAYOTSU -- 8 Who's the perfect politician? clientelism as a determining feature of Thai politics / ELIN BJARNEGARD -- 9 Building local party organizations in Thailand : strengthening party rootedness or serving elite interests? / PUNCHADA SIRIVUNNABOOD -- 10 Clientelism and party politics in the Philippines / JULIO C. TEEHANKEE.

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