Harvard:
Pausacker, H. 2004, "Presidents as punakawan: Portrayal of national leaders as clown-servants in central Javanese Wayang", in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 213.
APA:
Pausacker, H. (2004). Presidents as punakawan: Portrayal of national leaders as clown-servants in central Javanese Wayang. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 35 (2) , 213.
Chicago:
Pausacker, Helen. 2004. "Presidents As Punakawan: Portrayal of National Leaders As Clown-servants in Central Javanese Wayang." In Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 35 , no. 2: 213.
MLA:
Pausacker, Helen. "Presidents As Punakawan: Portrayal of National Leaders As Clown-servants in Central Javanese Wayang." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 35.2 (2004): 213.
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@article{pausacker2004presidents,
  title = {Presidents as punakawan: Portrayal of national leaders as clown-servants in central Javanese Wayang},
  author = {PAUSACKER, Helen},
  journal = {Journal of Southeast Asian Studies},
  year = {2004},
  month = {Jun},
  volume = {35},
  number = {2},
  pages = {213},
  keywords = {Presidents|Social criticism & satire},
  abstract = {The trend to portray Indonesian presidents as punakawan (clown servants) in wayang (shadow puppetry) was started under the former President Soeharto. Whereas Soeharto chose to be conveyed as Semar, a clown but also a former god, greater artistic freedom post-Soeharto led to a more farcical depiction of Habibie and Gus Dur as Semar's sons, Gareng and Bagong. [PERIODICAL ABSTRACT]},
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  source = {jseas},
}