マレーシア、インドネシアと米国における華僑<br>Political Participation and Ethnic Minorities : Chinese Overseas in Malaysia, Indonesia, and the United States

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マレーシア、インドネシアと米国における華僑
Political Participation and Ethnic Minorities : Chinese Overseas in Malaysia, Indonesia, and the United States

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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.of Chinese overseas political activity in these three diverse countries.

Table of Contents

        List of Figures, Tables, and Maps          ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xiii
Abbreviations xv
Introduction 1 (22)
The Puzzle 2 (1)
Terminology 3 (5)
Overview of Cases 8 (6)
Schools of Thought 14 (3)
Methodology 17 (2)
Conclusion 19 (2)
Implications 21 (1)
Plan 21 (2)
Theroretical Approaches to Understanding 23 (26)
Political Participation and Influence
Preliminary Answers 23 (1)
Acculturation 23 (5)
Socioeconomic Status 28 (5)
Ethnic or Cultural Approaches 33 (4)
Institutionalist Theory 37 (6)
Case Studies 43 (4)
Empirically Speaking 47 (2)
Malaysia: Institutionalized Participation 49 (40)
Context 50 (1)
Current Situation 51 (2)
Background 53 (6)
Competing Frameworks 59 (4)
Institutions 63 (12)
Education 75 (10)
Analysis of Shifts in Community Influence 85 (2)
Conclusion 87 (2)
Suharto's Indonesia: Outsiders Tied to the 89 (30)
Palace
Introduction and Recent Events 89 (1)
Economic Crisis and Political Change 90 (6)
Background and History 96 (1)
Chinese under Colonialism 97 (3)
Political Institutions in Post-World War II 100 (3)
Indonesia
New Order Indonesia: 1966 to 1998 103 (9)
Sino-Indonesians 112 (4)
Conclusion 116 (3)
Chinese in the United States 119 (18)
Background 119 (1)
Chinese Exclusion 120 (2)
Post-1965 Changes 122 (1)
Strategies and Impediments to Political 123 (2)
Participation
Demographics 125 (1)
Recent but Unwelcome Attention to 126 (3)
Chinese-American Political Activity
Political Participation: Votes versus 129 (2)
Contributions
Some Macro Answers 131 (2)
Strategic Questions and the Role of Elites 133 (1)
National Advocacy 134 (3)
Suburbanization: Chinese in Monterey Park, 137 (20)
California
Introduction 137 (1)
Competing Approaches 138 (6)
Communal Associations 144 (1)
Los Angeles and Monterey Park 145 (4)
Coalition-Building 149 (3)
Networking 152 (3)
Refuting ``Guanxi'' Politics 155 (1)
Conclusion 156 (1)
New York: The City of Ethnic Politics 157 (26)
Introduction 157 (1)
Comparison of New York and Monterey Park 157 (2)
Chapter Overview 159 (1)
Background 159 (8)
``Model Minority Myth'' Revisited 167 (1)
New York City Political Institutions 168 (5)
Reapportionment of City Council Districts 173 (2)
Electoral Politics 175 (3)
Analysis 178 (2)
Provision of Social Benefits 180 (1)
Conclusion 181 (2)
Conclusion 183 (16)
Summary of Conclusions 183 (2)
Southeast Asia Reconsidered 185 (4)
The United States: ``Divergent 189 (4)
Diasporas''--Monterey Park and New York City
The United States and Southeast Asia in 193 (1)
Perspective
Implications 194 (3)
Answering the Puzzle 197 (2)
Notes 199 (10)
Bibliography 209 (14)
Index 223