The chapter examines how security concerns are infiltrating new aspects of daily life in Indonesia, giving rise to new organisational forms and ways of imagining self and society. As I will show, religious ideas and practices inform the discourse on and provision of security, which has slipped beyond the discursive and practical control of the state.

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Contemporary religiosities: Emergent socialities and the post-nation-state
Kapferer, Bruce, Kari Telle, and Annelin Eriksen (eds.)

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