State-Led Modernization and the New Middle Class in Malaysia

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Bibiliography

Abdullah Ahmad. 2000. ‘UMNO Mesti Segera Dekati Muda-Mudi’ [UMNO Must Immediately Get Close to the Youth]. Mingguan Malaysia, 17 December p. 10.

Abdul Latiff Abu Bakar. 1984. Abdul Rahim Kajai: Wartawan dan Sasterawan Melayu [Abdul Rahim Kajai: Malay Journalist and Writer]. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.

Abdul Majid Mat Salleh. 1989. ‘Dasar Ke Arah 70 Juta Penduduk: Satu Analisis dari Perspektif Demografi’ [The 70 Million Population Policy: A Demographic Analysis]. In Hairi Abdullah (ed.). Penduduk Semenanjung Malaysia [Population of Peninsular Malaysia]. Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 1994. ‘Memperdalami Transformasi Budaya’ [Deepening Socio-Cultural Transformation]. Negarawan May–June: 41–2.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 1995a. ‘Malaysian Middle Classes: Some Preliminary Observations’. Jurnal Antropologi dan Sosiologi 22: 31–54.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 1995b. ‘A Critical Review of Studies of Malaysian Middle Classes’. Working paper presented at the International Workshop on Social Transformation and the Rise of the Middle Classes in Southeast Asia, organized by the Program for Southeast Asian Area Studies (PROSEA), Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan on 29–30 June.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 1996. ‘Social Transformation, the State and the Middle Classes in Post-independence Malaysia’. Southeast Asian Studies 34 (3) December: 56–79.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 1997a. ‘Cultural Transformation of the Malay Middle Class in Malaysia’. Working paper presented at the International Workshop on the Southeast Asian Middle Classes in Comparative Perspective, organized by the Program for Southeast Asian Area Studies (PROSEA), Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 6–8 June.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 1997b. ‘Malaysian Middle Class Studies: A Brief Overview’. Paper presented at the First International Malaysian Studies Conference, organized by the Malaysian Social Science Association, University of Malaya, 11–13 August.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 1998. ‘Malaysian Middle Class: a Study of the “New” Middle Class in the Klang Valley, Malaysia’. In Proceedings I – Conference on Social Stratification and Mobility: Newly Industrializing Economies Compared, organized by the International Sociological Association Research Committee 28, in Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 7–9 January.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 1999. ‘Middle Class Politics, Democracy and Civil Society in Malaysia’. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Mimeo.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 2000. The Culture and Practice of Pluralism in Post-independence Malaysia (IKMAS Working Paper Series No. 18, September). Bangi, Malaysia: Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), UKM.

Abdul Rahman Embong. 2001. ‘Beyond the Crisis: The Paradox of the Malaysian Middle Class’. In Abdul Rahman Embong (ed.). Southeast Asian Middle Classes: Prospects for Social Change and Democratisation. Bangi, Malaysia: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

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