Domestication or Encapsulation ? Developing Coffee Culture Among Indonesia Middle-Class Income

Titre Domestication or Encapsulation ? Developing Coffee Culture Among Indonesia Middle-Class Income
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Date 2019
Pagination 15 p.
Notes Preprints.
Résumé Abstract : «This article is an anthropology study on how western-style coffee culture influences Indonesian coffee culture and eventually develops a new localized coffee culture. Immense development of such worldwide coffee franchise as Starbucks affects local community's coffee culture, particularly the middle class. This new wave is considered as an alternative lifestyle for those who are consumptive and seeking for leisure, dynamics, and identity. Broader than just the process of domestication or creolization, Indonesian new coffee culture has an element of “soft countering to” western coffee culture even though it still embraces some parts of the western styles. This phenomenon is referred to by the writer as the cultural encapsulation process or the process of substantial cultural resistance by drawing a line between the two coffee cultures with the intention of taking merely compatible elements.»

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