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Ethnic Relations and Nation Building: The Way Forward by Maya Khemlani David & Others (eds) ISBN 13: 9789833782932

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Paperback; Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: Sird, 2010; ISBN-13: 978-9833782932

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Ethnic Relations and Nation Building: The Way Forward

Ethnic Relations and Nation Building: The Way Forward

by Maya Khemlani David & Others (eds)

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9789833782932
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9833782930
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Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: SIRD, 2010. Paperback. New. Based on recent research, the authors assess the state of nation building in the ethnically diverse states of Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand. The three main elements of nation building addressed are - the difficulties of building a national identity at a time of change, the problems faced by ethnic minorities excluded from the constructed identity of the majority and ways to build national integration, particularly amongst the young. 263 pages including an index, tables and figures. Weight: 0.6kg. Post free within Malaysia
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