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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol. VIII No. 12 (New Series) (December, 1958)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol. VIII No. 12 (New Series) (December, 1958)

By Tom Harrisson (ed)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1958. Paperback. Very Good. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I. Niah - from 40,000 B.C. to T-day - II. Nature at Niah Now - III. Past into Present: Kalimantan, Sarawak and Brunei - IV. Bornean Biology Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 831 pages.Weight 0.8kg. Post free within Malaysia There is a small amount of cover wear. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is barely noticeable tanning throughout.

$26.90

The Sarawak Museum Journal Vo. XXXVI NO. 57 (New series) (December 1986)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vo. XXXVI NO. 57 (New series) (December 1986)

By Lucas Chin (ed)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1986. Paperback. Very Good. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I: Social Science - II. History - III. Natural Science. Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 295 pages.Weight 0.8kg. Post free within Malaysia The cover has a little bit of wear and the spine is not creased. There is some dirt on the text block. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is minimal tanning throughout.

$26.90

The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol VI No. 4 (New Series)(December 1954)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol VI No. 4 (New Series)(December 1954)

By Tom Harrisson (ed)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1954. Paperback. Good. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I. Human Sciences - II Zoology - III Reviews and Notes. Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 192 pages. Weight 0.6kg. Post free within Malaysia The spine and parts of the cover have faded through sunning. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is mild tanning throughout.

$22.41

Chinese Minority in A Malay State: The Case of Terengganu in Malaysia
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Chinese Minority in A Malay State: The Case of Terengganu in Malaysia

By Tan Chee-Beng

Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, 2002. First edition. Paperback. New. 26-9-15. This is a timely study of a Chinese community which has not had too much attention in the past, both the 'pure' Chinese and the Peranakan, or mixed, Chinese minorities in a state dominated politically by an ethnocentric Malay political party, PAS. The author divides his work into three parts 1 - History of Settlement and Society, 2 - Peranakan-Type Chinese in Tirok and 3 - Ethnic Relations. The 162 pages also contain several black and white illustrations of local society, a bibliography and an Appendix on the Chinese in Pulai Baharu. New Paperback First Edition Weight 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia

$65.00

Materials for the Study of Kejaman-Sekapan Oral Tradition (The Sarawak Museum Journal Special Monograph 8) 2 vols
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Materials for the Study of Kejaman-Sekapan Oral Tradition (The Sarawak Museum Journal Special Monograph 8) 2 vols

By SS Strickland

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1995. Paperback. Very Good +. Transcriptions of live recordings made by the author, together with translations into English, of the Kejamen, a Kajang minority group, closely related to the Sekapan, from the Upper Rejang area in Belanga District. 637 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents pages Weight: 1.5kg Post free within Malaysia but may incur additional postage charges when posted elsewhere. There is minimal cover wear. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is no tanning throughout. A lovely set

$67.24

The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol VI No 5 (New Series) (1955)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol VI No 5 (New Series) (1955)

By Tom Harrisson (ed)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1955. Paperback. Fair +. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I. Human Sciences - II. Ceramic Arts - Zoology. Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 249 pages. Weight 0.6kg. Post free within Malaysia The cover is tanned with the age and the spine strip is absent. There is a stamp on the first page. The binding is a little weak in places, the text is clear and there is minimal tanning throughout.

$13.45

The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol X Nos 19-20 (New Series) (1962)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol X Nos 19-20 (New Series) (1962)

By Tom Harrisson (ed)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1962. Paperback. Good. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I. New Comparisons and Classifications - II. Ears (and Eyes) Across the Borders - III. Studies in Development - IV. Nature Studies. Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 295 pages. Weight 0.8kg. Post free within Malaysia The cover is tanned with the age and the spine strip is loose. The book has some writing on the front cover. The binding is good, the text is clear and there is minimal tanning throughout.

$22.41

The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol LI No 72 (New Series) (1997)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol LI No 72 (New Series) (1997)

By Sanib Said (ed)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1997. Paperback. Very Good. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I. Social Science - II. Archeaology - III. Language - IV. Natural History. Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 221 pages. Weight 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia The cover has minimal wear. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is no tanning throughout.

$22.41

The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol X Nos 19-20 (New Series) (1962)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol X Nos 19-20 (New Series) (1962)

By Tom Harrisson (ed)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1962. Paperback. Good +. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I. New Comparisons and Classifications - II. Ears (and Eyes) Across the Borders - III. Studies in Development - IV. Nature Studies. Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 295 pages. Weight 0.8kg. Post free within Malaysia The cover is tanned with age. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is minimal tanning throughout.

$26.90

The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol. L No. 71  (New Series)(December 1996)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol. L No. 71 (New Series)(December 1996)

By Ipoi Datan & Charles Leh (eds)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1996. Paperback. Very Good. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I. Social Science - II. Archaeology - III. Natural History - IV. Language - Book Review. Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 244 pages. Weight 0.8kg. Post free within Malaysia The cover has minimal wear. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is no tanning throughout.

$22.41

The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol VI No 6 (New Series) (1955)
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The Sarawak Museum Journal Vol VI No 6 (New Series) (1955)

By Tom Harrisson (ed)

Kuching, Malaysia: Museum, Kuching, 1955. Paperback. Fair +. This volume contains a collection of articles divided into the following sections: - I. Bornean Pioneers - II. Bornean Myth and Reality - III. Mytho-Zoology - IV. Zoology. Please see scanned contents pages for further details. 258 pages. Weight 0.7 kg The cover is tanned with the age and the spine strip is almost missing. The cover has a little wear. There is some writing on the cover and a stamp as well as on the title page.

$11.21

Modern Dreams: An Inquiry into Power, Cultural Production, and the Cityscape in Contemporary Urban Penang, Malaysia
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Modern Dreams: An Inquiry into Power, Cultural Production, and the Cityscape in Contemporary Urban Penang, Malaysia

By Beng-Lan Goh

Ithaca, USA: Cornell Univ Southeast Asia, 2002. Paperback. Very Good. The author provides a detailed study of a conflict between urban development and the needs of long term residents who are required to move and see their homes demolished to allow such development. This case involved the Portuguese Eurasian residents of Pulau Tikus, part of the capital city of the island. Interestingly the landowner and major advocate for demolition was the Roman Catholic Church, to which most of the Eurasian community belonged. 225 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents page. Weight 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia About an inch at the top of the spine has come loose and there is some other minor shelf wear. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is no tanning throughout.

$15.69

Peasants in the Making: Malaysia\'s Green Revolution
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Peasants in the Making: Malaysia's Green Revolution

By Diana Wong

Singapore: Institute Of Southeast Asian Studies, 1987. Paperback. Good. This book publishes the results of the author's research in a village near Jitra in Kedah, where she sought to determine what, if any, effect the 'Green Revolution' had on what had previously been a subsistence economy. Most of the work is devoted to the social effects on family and class structures and individual relationships. 238 pages with a bibliography, maps and tables. Weight 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia This is an ex-library book with labels on the spine and half title page. There are stamps on the text block and a neat one on the title page. The cover has a bit of wear to the corners and light sunning on the spine and top of the front cover. The spine is not creased. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is no tanning throughout.

$17.93

Malay Peasants Coping with the World
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Malay Peasants Coping with the World

By Rodolphe de Koninck

Singapore: Institute Of Southeast Asian Studies, 1992. Paperback. Very Good. This book details he results of fifteen years research into the effects of the Green Revolution on two Malay villages in Penang and Kedah. He chronicles the effects of the gradual use of mechanised labour on both the women's traditional roles and on education and social mobility. 284 pages with figures, tables, a bibliography and an index. Weight 0.8kg. Post free within Malaysia There is minimal cover wear. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is barely noticeable tanning throughout.

$26.90

Bureaucrats, Petty Bourgeois and Townsmen: An Obseravtion on Status Identification in Kota Bharu
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Bureaucrats, Petty Bourgeois and Townsmen: An Obseravtion on Status Identification in Kota Bharu

By Halim Hj Salleh

Monash University, 1981. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. The author argues that most anthropologists who have studied Kelantan, prior to this work, were infected by a colonial mindset that focused on capital acquisition rather than more traditional signs of change within the society. Therefore, basing his work on research amongst the inhabitants of a small part of the state's capital city, he seeks to extract other indicators of change and demonstrate their message about how this backwater has been affected since independence. 183 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents page. Weight 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia The spine has tanned slightly with age and there is a neat previous owner's name stamp on the title page. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is no tanning throughout.

$33.62

Malaysians and Their Identities
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Malaysians and Their Identities

By Yeoh Seng Guan (ed)

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: SIRd, 2017. First edition. Paperback. New. This collection of essays, based on research by a group of scholars at Monash University Malaysia for their Honours and Masters degrees, unpicks the strands of race entangling the lives of denizens of Kuala Lumpur in the 21st century. Whether it's the smart cafe culture, TV advertisements for various festivals, the smartphone or Islamic fashion, the research manages to unearth new and sometimes startling insights into both the interviewees' coping strategies and their positive contributions to the construction of new identities for themselves and their milieu. 199 pages with a list of references at the end of each essay. Weight 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia

$11.21

Sarawak Linguistics and Development Problems
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Sarawak Linguistics and Development Problems

By Mario Zamora, Vinson Sutlive & Nathan Altshuler (eds)

Williamsburg, USA: College of William and Mary, 1994. Paperback. Near Fine. A collection of eight papers, three by linguists and the remainder by anthropologists on various aspects of Sarawak culture. 218 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents page. Weight 0.6kg. Post free within Malaysia The book is in almost perfect condition except for very mild tanning throughout.

$51.55

Society and Cosmos: Chewong of Peninsular Malaysia
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Society and Cosmos: Chewong of Peninsular Malaysia

By Howell, Signe

Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1989. 1989 edition. Paperback. As New. This is a classic study of one of Malaysia's aboriginal peoples who, according to the author's prevace to this edition, are probably now no longer the forest hunter gatherers they were at the time when the book was written. This 294 page book contains much we can reflect and possibly learn from including the Chewong's non-hierarchical classifications of people, their management of emotion and their acceptance that each species has its own distinct vision of life. The book also has eight pages of plates, numerous tables and an extensive bibliography. Weight 0.36 Kg. Postage within Malaysia is free

$19.05

Protecting the Elderly Against Abuse and Neglect: Legal and Social Strategies
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Protecting the Elderly Against Abuse and Neglect: Legal and Social Strategies

By Siti Zaharah Jamaluddin & Others (eds)

Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 2017. First edition. Paperback. New. At a time when traditional Asian habits of children respecting and caring for their elderly parents are beginning to break down and other agencies are exploring the extent to which they can provide alternative support, the contributors to this book take a comprehensive look at the situation in Malaysia. Not only do the papers touch on various strategies presently available, but they also take into account experiences elsewhere in ASEAN and further afield. There is also one chapter on Islamic implications of elderly care. 284 pages with a bibliography and index. Weight 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia

$17.93

The Influences of Social Networks in Modern Society
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The Influences of Social Networks in Modern Society

By Noor Ismawati Jaafar & Anin Sulaiman (eds)

Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 2017. First edition. Paperback. New. In this collection of papers, the contributors examine the role played by virtual social networks in current society, particularly in Malaysia. The positive aspects of such networks in accounting, higher education and in the public sector are set against the 'disruptive' effects on students' social life. The book concludes with a look at networks in online marketing and organisations generally. 120 pages with an index. Weight 0.4kg. Post free within Malaysia

$11.21

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