Malaysia : The Making of a Nation / Cheah Boon Kheng.

Author
In
  • De Gruyter Asian Studies Backlist (2000-2014) eBook Package ; ISBN: 9783110649772
  • De Gruyter ISEAS Publishing ebook Package Backlist 2000-2014 ; ISBN: 9783110606683
  • De Gruyter ISEAS eBook Package Backlist 2000-2015 ; ISBN: 9783110663006
Other titles
  • Making of a nation
Published
  • Singapore : ISEAS Publishing [2002]
Physical description
1 online resource (264 p.)
ISBN
  • 981-230-514-9
Notes
  • Description based upon print version of record.
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-255) and index.
  • Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
  • English
  • Available in electronic full text to members of the University via the Library web catalogue.
  • Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed 08. Jul 2019)
Audience
  • specialized
Contents
  • Frontmatter -- Contents -- Glossary -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction / Gungwu, Wang -- CHAPTER ONE. 1945-57. Malay Dominance and the Making of a "Malay" Nation-State -- CHAPTER TWO. 1957-2001. The "Bargain" and Contesting Nationalisms -- CHAPTER THREE. 1957-70. "Pluralism" in Nation-Building during the Tunku's Administration -- CHAPTER FOUR. 1970-76. Malay Dominance, Economic Integration and National Unity under Tun Razak -- CHAPTER FIVE. 1976-81. National Unity and Islamic Fundamentalism under Hussein Onn -- CHAPTER SIX. 1981-2001. The Changing Face of Mahathir's Nationalism and Nation-Building -- CHAPTER SEVEN. Epilogue -- Chronology -- Bibliography -- Index -- THE AUTHOR
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Genre
  • Electronic books.
  • History.
  • text
Language
  • English

Summary

  • This is an account of the contest between Malay ethno-nationalism and Malaysian nationalism in the making of the Malaysian nation. In spite of Malay dominance in Malaysia, the author argues, the country has not become a "Malay nation-state". This process has been checked by the rival forces of multi-ethnic "Malaysian nationalism" in peninsular Malaysia and the contesting nationalisms and communalism of the other indigenous communities, or bumiputra, in the East Malaysian states of Sarawak and Sabah. The study focuses on Malaysia's four Prime Ministers as nation-builders, observing that each one of them when he became Prime Minister was transformed from being the head of the Malay party, UMNO, to that of the leader of a multi-ethnic nation. Each began his political career as an "exclusivist" Malay nationalist but eventually ended up re-inventing himself as an "inclusivist" Malaysian nationalist.

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University of Bath Library: Level 5 959.505 KHE
University of Bradford Online location
University of Bradford: J B Priestley Library
University of Bradford Online location
University of Bradford: J B Priestley Library
University of Bristol Libraries Online location ISEAS-eBooks
University of Bristol Libraries: Arts & Social Sciences Library DS597 CHE 7 day loan: vacation loan
British Library: Lending Collection m03/14659
British Library: General Reference Collection, St Pancras Reading Rooms YA.2002.a.30128
University of Cambridge Libraries: South Asian Studies Library: Main Library (595):32(091)
University of Cambridge Libraries: University Library: North Front 6 follow signs to North Staircase, Sixth Floor 633:2.c.200.17
University of Cambridge Libraries: Seeley Historical Library: Main Library DS597.2 .C477 2002
Cardiff University Libraries Online location
Durham University Library: Bill Bryson Library, Level 1 959.5 CHE
University of Essex: Albert Sloman Library DS 597.5.C5
University of Hull: BJL 5th Floor DS 597.2 C5
LSE Library: Main collection books DS597.2 C51
University of Leeds Library: Edward Boyle Library, level 12 Politics G-5.4 CHE
University of Manchester Library: Main Library: Blue Area Floor 2 350.9595
Newcastle University Libraries Online location
Newcastle University Libraries Online location
University of Oxford Libraries: Bodleian Library (RHO) C02.R01001
SOAS Library, University of London: Main Library HG320.54 /800514
SOAS Library, University of London: Main Library HG320.54 /800515
University of St Andrews Library Online location Connect to e-book (DeGruyter Collection purchased by the Library until 20th August 2021)
University of Southampton Library Online location Click for access
University of Southampton Library: Internet Internet
University of Strathclyde Library: Standard Loan MLD D 959.5 CHE
University of Warwick Library Online location Connect to De Gruyter e-book
University of Warwick Library: Internet
University of York Libraries: University Library: Morrell - Ordinary Q 59.5 CHE

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