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This paper tries to show how a specific urban environment shapes the way its inhabitants participate in politics, the goals they hope to achieve, and their conception of what politics itself is all about. The environment referred to is that of the poorest people in Jakarta, called orang gelandangan. The term gelandangan is derived from the word gelandang, which means "always on the move" and "never settling in one place." For a long time the better-off Jakarta citizens have concluded that theredoi:10.2307/3350692 fatcat:sbpkahurt5c5pnhtzu7q7ugadm