The 25 individually referenced papers in this volume provide a definitive survey of the interaction of race, ethnicity, nationalism and politics in Malaysia. It examines the historical roots of national and ethnic identity, the sources of conflict and social cohesion, and contemporary manifestations of ethnic tension and solidarity in areas such as economic policy, cultural politics, education and migration. The contributors suggest a variety of possible paths to reconciliation and the construction of a multiethnic society. Indexed.
Multiethnic Malaysia: Past, Present and Future
AuthorsLim Teck Ghee; Alberto Gomes; Azly Rahman (eds.)
PublisherStrategic Info Research Development