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Title Islam and popular culture in Indonesia and Malaysia / edited by Andrew N. Weintraub.
Published Abingdon, Oxon ;New York : Routledge, 2011
Detail xv, 259 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Weintraub, Andrew N. (Andrew Noah)
  Weintraub, Andrew N. Introduction :the study of Islam and popular culture in Indonesia and Malaysia
  K.S. Ishadi. Negotiating mass media interests and heterogeneous Muslim audiences in the contemporary social-political environment of Indonesia
  Raju, Zakir Hossain. Multiple Islams, multiple modernities :art cinema in between nationhood and everyday Islam in Bangladesh and Malasia
  Heryanto, Ariel. Upgraded piety and pleasure :the new middle class and Islam in Indonesian popular culture
  Sutton, R. Anderson. Music, Islam, and the commercial media in contemporary Indonesia
  Ali, Muhamad. Internet, cyber-religion, and authority :the case of the Indonesian Liberal Islam Network
  Krier, Sarah E. "Sex sells, or does it?" Discourses of sex and sexuality in popular women's magazines in contemporary Indonesia
  Dan, Washima Che. (Un)framing Muslim sexuality in Dina Zaman's I Am Muslim
  Omar, Noritah. Sexing Islam :religion and contemporary Malaysian cinema
  Berg, Birgit. Musical modernity, Islamic identity, and Arab aesthetics in Arab-Indonesian orkes gambus
  Irama, Rhoma. Music as a medium for communication, unity, education, and dakwah
  Khoo, Gaik Cheng. Taking liberties :independent filmmakers representing the tudung in Malaysia
  Brenner, Suzanne. Holy matrimony? The print politics of polygamy in Indonesia
  Barendregt, Bart. Pop, politics and piety :nasyid boy band music in Muslim Southeast Asia
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