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2008 Malaysian Elections: The End of Malaysia's Ethnic Nationalism?
Unformatted Document Text:  Mann, Michael. 1986. The Sources of Social Power: A History of Power from the beginning to A.D. 1760. Vol. I. New York: Cambridge University Press. Markoff, John and Daniel Regan. 1987. "Religion, the State and Political Legitimacy in the World's Constitutions." In Church-State Relations: Tensions and Transitions, 161-182.Edited by Thomas Robbins and Roland Robertson. New Brunswick, New Jersey:Transaction Books. Means, Gordon P. 1991. Malaysian Politics: The Second Generation. Singapore: Oxford University Press. _______. 1969. "The Role of Islam in the Political Development of Malaysia." Comparative Politics vol. 1 no. 2: 264-284. Mohamad Abu Bakar. 1981. "Islamic Revivalism and the Political Process in Malaysia." Asian Survey 21:1040-1059. Munck, Gerardo L. 2007. "The Past and Present of Comparative Politics." In Passion, Craft, and Method in Comparative Politics, 32-59. Gerardo L. Muck and Richard Snyder, eds.Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Nagata, Judith. 1986. "The Impact of the Islamic Revival (Dakwah) on the Religious Culture of Malaysia." In Religion, Values and Development in Southeast Asia, 37-50. Edited byBruce Matthews and Judith Nagata. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. _______. 1984. The Reflowering of Malaysian Islam: Modern Religious Radicals and Their Roots. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. _______. 1980. "Religious Ideology and Social Change: The Islamic Revival in Malaysia." Pacific Affairs 53 (3): 405-439. Ongkili, James P. 1985. Nation-building in Malaysia, 1946-1974. Singapore: Oxford University Press. Pathoni, Ahmad. 2008. "Malaysian Hindu woman embraces Islamic party." Reuters India, 29 February.http://in.reuters.com/article/topNews/idINIndia-32219320080229?pageNumber=1&virtualBrandChannel=0, viewed 25 March 2008. Ramirez, Luis. 2008. "Malaysia Holds General Elections Dominated by Ethnic Divide." VOA News, 8 March. http://voanews.com/english/2008-03-08-voa1.cfm, viewed 8 March2008. Reid, Anthony. 1969. "The Kuala Lumpur Riots and the Malaysian Political System." Australian Outlook, No. 23/3 (December), 269-270. 33 R. Arakaki - MPSA 2008

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Mann, Michael. 1986. The Sources of Social Power: A History of Power from the beginning to
A.D. 1760. Vol. I. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Markoff, John and Daniel Regan. 1987. "Religion, the State and Political Legitimacy in the
World's Constitutions." In Church-State Relations: Tensions and Transitions, 161-182.
Edited by Thomas Robbins and Roland Robertson. New Brunswick, New Jersey:
Transaction Books.
Means, Gordon P. 1991. Malaysian Politics: The Second Generation. Singapore: Oxford
University Press.
_______. 1969. "The Role of Islam in the Political Development of Malaysia." Comparative
Politics vol. 1 no. 2: 264-284.
Mohamad Abu Bakar. 1981. "Islamic Revivalism and the Political Process in Malaysia." Asian
Survey 21:1040-1059.
Munck, Gerardo L. 2007. "The Past and Present of Comparative Politics." In Passion, Craft,
and Method in Comparative Politics, 32-59. Gerardo L. Muck and Richard Snyder, eds.
Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Nagata, Judith. 1986. "The Impact of the Islamic Revival (Dakwah) on the Religious Culture of
Malaysia." In Religion, Values and Development in Southeast Asia, 37-50. Edited by
Bruce Matthews and Judith Nagata. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
_______. 1984. The Reflowering of Malaysian Islam: Modern Religious Radicals and Their
Roots. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
_______. 1980. "Religious Ideology and Social Change: The Islamic Revival in Malaysia."
Pacific Affairs 53 (3): 405-439.
Ongkili, James P. 1985. Nation-building in Malaysia, 1946-1974. Singapore: Oxford
University Press.
Pathoni, Ahmad. 2008. "Malaysian Hindu woman embraces Islamic party." Reuters India, 29
February.
http://in.reuters.com/article/topNews/idINIndia-32219320080229?pageNumber=1&virtu
alBrandChannel=0, viewed 25 March 2008.
Ramirez, Luis. 2008. "Malaysia Holds General Elections Dominated by Ethnic Divide." VOA
News, 8 March. http://voanews.com/english/2008-03-08-voa1.cfm, viewed 8 March
2008.
Reid, Anthony. 1969. "The Kuala Lumpur Riots and the Malaysian Political System."
Australian Outlook, No. 23/3 (December), 269-270.
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R. Arakaki - MPSA 2008


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