Political culture in the Indonesian Parliament : analyzing parliamentary debates on the regional parliaments 1999-2009
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
politisk kultur diskussionsanalys diskursanalys riksdagsarbete parlament retorik demikratisering lagberedning debatt Indonesien political culture DPR DPRD parliamentary debate parliamentary procedure legislative process rhetoric democratization technology- and internet-delivered psychological interventions mood disorders acceptance nad commitment therapy poliittinen kulttuuri parlamentit keskustelunanalyysi diskurssianalyysi eduskuntatyö retoriikka demokratisoituminen säädösvalmistelu menettelyt väittely Indonesia
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