State-Led Modernization and the New Middle Class in Malaysia

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List of Tables
3.1 Malaysia: distribution of employers by ethnic group 40
1947–91
3.2 Malaysia: employment according to major 41
occupation 1957–2000
3.3 Peninsular Malaysia: employment by ethnic group
and work category 1957 and 1970 50
3.4 Employment by occupation and ethnic group
55
3.5 Employment by occupation and ethnic group
56
4.1 Basic profile of respondents 60
4.2 Current and first occupation of respondents 63
4.3 Class positions of fathers of respondents 64
4.4 Educational levels of respondents 67
4.5 Educational levels of respondents by age group 67
4.6 Level of education of respondents' fathers 68
4.7 Individual and joint incomes of respondents 72
4.8 Benefits provided by respondents' employers 73
4.9 Occupational mobility of respondents 75
5.1 Respondents' marital status 79
5.2 Respondents' age at first marriage 80
5.3 Class position of spouses of respondents by sex of
respondents 81
5.4 Respondents' current and preferred number of
children 83
5.5 Tuition and other outside school lessons/activities
for children of new Malay middle-class and
working-class respondents 88
5.6 Parents' preference for son's career 90
5.7 Parents' preference for daughter's career 91
5.8 Malay workers in the Klang Valley: parents'
preference for children's careers (first choice only) 92
5.9 Place of stay of respondents' parents 94
5.10 Respondents' relationship with and financial
support for parents 95

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