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Thinking Through Malaysia: Culture and Identity in the 21st century

-10% Thinking Through Malaysia: Culture and Identity in the 21st century
Editors: Julian Hopkins & Julian CH Lee
Subjects: Social Life, Culture, Politics, Malaysia
Condition: Good
Publisher: SIRD
Published: 2012
Paperback, 216 pages
A fascinating collection of essays exploring some of the lesser reported alleyways of current Malaysian life.

The wide range of topics include:

1 - Locating 'Mixed' Identities in a Radicalised Society - Caryn Lim

2 - Redefining 'Malayness': Expectations of Young Adult Malay Muslims - Dahlia Martin

3 - Power, Agency and the Tithe - Cheah Wui Jia

4 - Negotiating Liberties and Boundaries of Malaysian Online Christian Expression: Case Studies - Tan Meng Yoe

5 - From All-Blogs to Blog House Malaysia: SoPo Blogging, Journalism and Politics in Malaysia - Julian Hopkins

6 - Examining the Exploitation of Indonesian Domestic Workers in Malaysia: Gender and National Policy Factors - Nadiah Ahmad

7 - Solving Some of Shirley Lim's Life Mysteries - Theresa Holtby

8 - Asian Third Culture Kids: Growing Up in Malaysia - Abeer Yusuf and Batul Mohsinali

9 - Parenting: Some Selected Narratives of Mothers - Ng Siow San

10 - The Homosexual Threat: Appraising Masculinities and Men's Sexualities in Malaysia - Joseph Goh

11 - Malaysian Rocks: An Introduction to the Contemporary Extreme Music Underground, 2010-2011 - Marco Ferrarese

12 - Chinese Independent Music: Resisting and Negotiating with the Popular in Malaysia - Liew Shao Yi

 

 

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  • Brand: SIRD
  • Product Code: 9789675832567 – Thinking Through Malaysia: Culture and Ide
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