Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Politics and International Studies

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Publications

Books

  • Tyson AD, Social Justice and the Rule of Law: Addressing the Growth of a Pluralist Indonesian Democracy, ed. by Dhont F and others, Yale Indonesia Forum (Diponegoro University Press; Yale University, 2011)

  • Tyson AD, Decentralization and Adat Revivalism in Indonesia: The Politics of Becoming Indigenous, Rethinking Southeast Asia (Taylor & Francis, 2010)

Journal articles

  • Tyson AD, ‘Genocide documentary as intervention’, Journal of Genocide Research, 17.2 (2015), 177-199
    DOI: 10.1080/14623528.2015.1027077, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/83470/

  • Tyson AD, ‘Multiple acts of killing’, Critical Asian Studies, 46.1 (2014), 157-161
    DOI: 10.1080/14672715.2014.863583, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/77950/

  • Tyson AD, ‘Vigilantism and violence in decentralized Indonesia: the case of Lombok’, Critical Asian Studies, 45.2 (2013), 201-230
    DOI: 10.1080/14672715.2013.792570

  • Tyson AD, ‘The brain drain cycle in Malaysia: Rethinking migration, diaspora and talent’, Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies, 48.2 (2011), 85-92

  • Tyson AD, Ho YJ, ‘Malaysian Migration to Singapore: Pathways, Mechanisms and Status’, Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies, 48.2 (2011), 131-146

  • Tyson AD, ‘Being Special, Becoming Indigenous: Dilemmas of Special Adat Rights in Indonesia’, Asian Journal of Social Science, 39.5 (2011), 652-673
    DOI: 10.1163/156853111X608339

  • Tyson AD, ‘A Review: Rethinking Ethnicity in Malaysia’, Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies, 48.1 (2011), 79-83

  • Tyson AD, ‘Titik Api: Harry Roesli, Music, and Politics in Bandung, Indonesia’, Indonesia, 91.April (2011), 1-34

  • Tyson AD, ‘De-Radicalisation in Indonesia: Discourses and Strategies’, SEARCCT's Selection of Articles, 2.1 (2011), 27-38

  • Tyson AD, ‘Still Striving for Modesty: Land, Spirits, and Rubber Production in Kajang, Indonesia’, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 10.3 (2009), 200-215
    DOI: 10.1080/14442210903062687

  • Tyson AD, Jeram, D, Sivapragasam, V, Azlan, HN, ‘Ethnicity, Education and the Economics of Brain Drain in Malaysia: Youth Perspectives’, Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies, 48.2, 175-184

Chapters

  • Tyson AD, ‘Everyday Identities in Motion: Situating Malaysians within the 'War for Talent’, in The Everyday Political Economy of Southeast Asia (Cambridge University Press, 2016)

  • Tyson AD, ‘Horizon of riches: development and difference in Xinjiang, China’, in The Great Diversity: Trajectories of Asian Development, ed. by Brautaset and dent (Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2014), 155-172

  • Tyson AD, ‘Activating adat: the continuous search for rights and recognition in Indonesia’, in Social Justice and the Rule of Law: Addressing the Growth of a Pluralist Indonesian Democracy, ed. by Dhont F and others, Yale Indonesia Forum Series 3 (Indonesia: Diponegoro University Press; Yale University, 2011), 403-430

Internet publications

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