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Sabah and Sarawak: The More Things Change the More They Remain the Same

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Chin, JU, Sabah and Sarawak: The More Things Change the More They Remain the Same, Southeast Asian Affairs, 2004 pp. 156-168. ISSN 0377-5437 (2004) [Refereed Article]


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Copyright 2004 Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

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Abstract

Politics in East Malaysia is different from Peninsula Malaysia — both in terms of content, motives, and rhetoric. The different history, culture, and ethnic configurations ensure that politics in both states are dictated more by local factors than the simple Malay–non-Malay; Muslim–non-Muslim dichotomy found in peninsula politics.

Item Details

Item Type:Refereed Article
Research Division:Studies in Human Society
Research Group:Political Science
Research Field:Government and Politics of Asia and the Pacific
Objective Division:Law, Politics and Community Services
Objective Group:Government and Politics
Objective Field:Government and Politics not elsewhere classified
Author:Chin, JU (Professor James Chin)
ID Code:99725
Year Published:2004
Deposited By:Humanities
Deposited On:2015-04-02
Last Modified:2015-05-05
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