The State and Ethnic Politics in Southeast Asia

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Introduction

1
For an outline survey of the primordialist position, see James McKay ‘An exploratory synthesis of primordial and mobilizationist approaches to ethnic phenomena’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 1982, vol. 5, no. 4.
2
Clifford Geertz The Interpretation of Cultures: Selected Essays, New York, Basic, 1973, p. 259.
3
John F. Stack ‘Ethnic mobilization in world politics: the primordial perspective’, in Stack (ed. ) The Primordial Challenge: Ethnicity in the Contemporary World, New York, Greenwood, 1986, p. 8.
4
The terms ‘primordial image’ and ‘archetype’ are treated as synonymous by Jung. There is a close relationship between the primordial image and the instincts, thus ‘the primordial image might suitably be described as the instinct’s perception of itself…. Just as the conscious apprehension gives our actions form and direction, so unconscious apprehension through the archetype determines the form and direction of instinct’. From C. C. Jung The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche, extracted in Joseph Campbell (ed. ) The Portable Jung, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1976, p. 56. Jung apparently derived the term ‘primordial’ from Jacob Burckhardt.
5
Katherine M. Noonan ‘Evolution: a primer for psychologists’ in Charles Crawford, Martin Smith and Dennis Krebs (eds) Sociobiology and Psychology: Ideas, Issues and Applications, Hillsdale, Lawrence Erlbaum, 1987, p. 49. The implications of sociobiology for the study of race are outlined in Irwin Silverman ‘Race, race differences, and race relations’, in the same volume. Sociobiological theories are outlined and placed in the context of alternative approaches in Vernon Reynolds, V. Falger and I. Vine (eds) The Sociobiology of Ethnocentrism, London, Croom Helm, 1987; Robert A. Levine and Donald T. Campbell Ethnocentrism: Theories of Conflict, Ethnic Attitudes and Group Behaviour, New York, Wiley, 1972, Chapter 6, ‘Evolutionary Theories’; and James G. Kellas The Politics of Nationalism and Ethnicity, London, Macmillan, 1991, Chapter 1.

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