Author - J. Joseph Errington
Publisher - Cambridge University Press
Edition - 2011
Binding - Paperback
Language - English
Pages - 238
Condition - Used
Until recently, Indonesian, the national language of a vast, plural nation state, was spoken by very few of the Javanese who live in south-central Java. But the national language is now being learned, along with a national identity, and is the key vehicle for modernity and progress in these communities. Errington has written a fascinating account of the role of language in radical social transformation.

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