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The Uncertain Role of Religion in Indonesia’s 2014 Presidential Election

By Martin W. Lewis | December 10, 2014 | 7 Comments

The on-line maps that I have found of Indonesia’s 2014 presidential election are not very helpful. That of the Wikipedia is particularly poor. To begin with, it merely shows which candidate received a majority of votes in each province, with no information provided on the margin of victory. But the returns actually varied quite significantly across the country, with the …

Indonesia’s 2014 Presidential Election and the Geography of Heavy Metal Music

By Martin W. Lewis | December 4, 2014 | 19 Comments

When lecturing in my course on the History and Geography of Current Global Events, I always begin by showing an enigmatic map or other image and asking if anyone can make sense of it. This week the topic was Indonesia, focusing on the country’s 2014 presidential election (which is admittedly rather old news). I began the class with the image …

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