4 edition of Ethnic relations and nation-building in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Other titles||Case of the ethnic Chinese|
|Statement||edited by Leo Suryadinata.|
|Contributions||Suryadinata, Leo., Singapore Society of Asian Studies., Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|ISBN 10||9812301704, 9812301828|
|LC Control Number||2004348733|
The ancestral population of modern Asian people has its origins in the two primary prehistoric settlement centres - greater Southwest Asia and from the Mongolian plateau towards Northern China.. Migrations of distinct ethnolinguistic groups have probably occurred as early as 10, years ago. However, about BCE early Iranian speaking people and Indo-Aryans have arrived in Iran and. Is the process of state building a unilateral, national venture, or is it something more collaborative, taking place in the interstices between adjoining countries? To answer this question, Asymmetrical Neighbors takes a comparative look at the state building process along China, Myanmar, and Thailand's common borderland area.
Both historical and social anthropological approaches are used to explore ethnic and religious identities and integration in Southeast Asia About the Editors Ooi Keat Gin is an award-winning author and editor, a professor of history and coordinator of the Asia Pacific Research Unit (APRU-USM), School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia. Table of Contents. Preface Tan Tai Yong Politics of Religion in South and Southeast Asia Ishtiaq Ahmed on as a Political Ideology in South Asia Ali Riaz sm beyond the Islamic Heartland: The Case Study of Bangladesh Taj Hashmi r versus Hindu Nation-Building: Dalit, Adivasi, Muslim and Christian Experiences in India Ishtiaq Ahmed 5.
This volume is the first of a series of histories on nation-building in Southeast Asia. The idea of having such a series had its beginnings in Bangkok at the 14th Conference of the International Association of the Historians of Asia (IAHA) in , where I noted that nation-building in Southeast Asia began fifty years ago and suggested that it was time for historians to write about that. This book comprises eight papers which deal with various aspects of ethnic Chinese and nation-building in Southeast Asia: ethnic Chinese and the concept of nation in the region, Chinese political participation, government's policies towards ethnic Chinese, ethnic Chinese and indigenous economics nationalism, ethnic Chinese and Sino-Indonesian relations, and China's policies towards Southeast.
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This book analyses ethnic/race relations in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, with special reference to the roles of ethnic Chinese in nation-building. It brings together a group of established Southeast Asian scholars to critically examine some of the important issues such as ethnic politics, nation-building, state policies, and conflict.
This book analyses ethnic/race relations in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, with special reference to the roles of ethnic Chinese in nation-building. It brings together a group of established Southeast Asian scholars to critically examine some of the important issues such as ethnic politics, nation-building, state policies, and conflict Cited by: 4.
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This book analyses ethnic/race relations in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, with special reference to the roles of ethnic Chinese in nation-building.
It brings together a group of established Southeast Asian scholars to critically examine some of the important issues such as ethnic politics, nation-building, state policies and con-flict.
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Get this from a library. Ethnic Relations and Nation-Building in Southeast Asia. [Leo Suryadinata] -- Ethnic/racial relations have been a perennial theme in Southeast Asian studies. Current events have highlighted the tensions among ethnic groups and the need to maintain ethnic/racial harmony for.
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The Case of the Ethnic Chinese in Journal of Chinese Overseas. Author: Amy Freedman Ethnic Relations and Nation-Building in Southeast Asia.
The Case of the. Subjects: Ethnic Studies, Malaysia, Media & Communications, Politics, Social Studies Nation building remains an unfinished political project for most countries in Southeast Asia.
Questions about how best to forge nation states based on heterogeneous groups of. His research interests include ethnic politics in China, China's relations with Southeast Asia, and the politics of state formation in the borderland area between China, Myanmar, and Thailand.
He is the author of Contestation and Adaptation: The Politics of National Identity in : Enze Han. The book addresses questions such as: how should historians treat the earlier pasts of each country and the nationalism that guided the nation-building tasks.
Ethnic Relations and Nation-Building in Southeast Asia: The Case of the Ethnic Chinese Nation-Building in Southeast Asia: The Singapore Case. Arc of Containment: Britain, the. Dynamic of Ethnic Relations in Southeast Asia; Dynamic of Ethnic Relations in Southeast Asia Editor(s): Mohd Azizuddin Mohd Sani, Shamsuddin L.
Taya. Contributors: Peter Kreuzer, Tan Siang Yang, Abubakar Eby Hara, Curtis Andressen, Donald L. Horowitz, Joel S. Kahn, Book Description. Abstract. The Southeast Asian region is home to remarkable political, cultural, ethnic and economic diversity. Much of this can be traced to influences of immigration (especially from India and China), alongside vestiges of colonialism — Dutch, British, French, Portuguese, Spanish and American — that have saturated the different trajectories of nations and nation-building in the region.
The role of ethnic Chinese business in Southeast Asia in catalyzing economic development has been hotly debated - and often misunderstood - throughout cycles of boom and bust. This book critically examines some of the key features attributed to Chinese business: business-government relations, the family firm, trust and networks, and supposed.
'This is probably the only work that deals with the entire spectrum of South Asian ethnicity and its dynamic role in regional politics. A decade and a half later after the first edition was published, the work has become even more relevant because ethnic divisions have become sharper all across the region.
This updated second edition is thus welcome' - Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan. - it provides a critical appraisal of various theoretical approaches to the study of ethnicity and nation-building - delineates the ethnic composition of the South Asian Region - examines the specific state structures of the countries studied: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh.
Furthermore, the book moves beyond the academic boundaries that divide arbitrarily China studies and Southeast Asian studies by providing an analysis that ties the state and nation building processes in China with those of Southeast Asia. An in-depth examination of Myanmar's borderland ethnic politics.
Southeast Asia has undergone innumerable far-reaching changes and dramatic transformations over the last half-century. This book explores the concept of power in relation to these transformations, and examines its various social, cultural, religious, economic and political forms.
The book works. The various ethnic rebel groups have not only caused much hindrance to Myanmar’s nation building, but have also brought about many implications and uncertainties to the diplomatic relations Myanmar has with China.
This book is essential for understanding borderlands. The book aims to examine the making of the nations in Southeast Asia using both historical and political science approaches. of Southeast Asia’s nation-building and citizenship building in. Case studies from Southeast Asia, China, Africa, Brazil, Israel, the former Soviet Union, Canada, Europe, and the United States are presented by leading scholars.
The examples illustrate the diversity of contexts that connect population, ethnicity, and nation-building, raising new questions and comparative problems. Ethnicity and Nation-Building in South Asia. Social relations between ethnic groups in Turkey in order to understand the need to either have been many studies in the field of social sciences.Focusing on the consequences of migration, and cultural contact between the various ethnic groups, this book describes and analyses the nature of ethnic identity and state of ethnic relations, both historically and in the present day, in multi-ethnic, pluralistic nation states in Southeast Asia.The role of ethnic Chinese business in Southeast Asia in catalyzing economic development has been hotly debated - and often misunderstood - throughout cycles of boom and bust.
This book critically examines some of the key features attributed to Chinese business: business-government relations, the family firm, trust and networks, and supposed 'Asian' values.