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Malay peasant women and the land
Bibliography:p112-119. - Includes index.
|Statement||Maila Stivens, Cecilia Ng, Jomo K.S. with Jahara Bee.|
|Contributions||Ng, Cecilia., Jomo Kwame Sundaram., Bee, Jaharah., World Employment Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||122|
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with Jahara Bee. London & New Jersey: Zed Books Ltd., pp. $, cloth. This book developed out of a report commissioned by the International Labour Office's World Employment Programme Malay peasant women and the land book investigate how women's status is affected by their.
Malay Peasant Women and the Land Author Maila Stivens, Cecilia Ng, Jomo Kwame Sundaram & Jahara Bee Illustrator Format/binding Paperback Book condition Used - Very Good Quantity available 1 Edition First edition Binding Paperback ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Zed Books Place of Publication London Date published Book Edition: First Edition.
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The author looks at how land tenure works, the economic aspects of rice production arising from the research and policy implications of the findings on potential Malaysian land reform. Very Good. Spirits of Resistance and Capitalist Discipline: Factory Women in Malaysia,pages, Aihwa Ong, SUNY Press, and capitalist discipline.A unique feature of this book is the portrayal of Malay women workers in Malay peasant women and the land, Maila Stivens, Cecilia Ng, Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Jahara File Size: KB.
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She chose this state because it has been more cut off from outside influences than many other states particularly.
Cecilia Ng is the author of Feminism and the Women's Movement in Malaysia ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ), Positioning Women in Ma /5. Publications include: several authored and edited books, including Malay Peasant Women and the Land (co-author)Matriliny and Modernity: Sexual Politics and Social Change in Rural Malaysia (Asian Studies Association of Australia)Gender and Power in Affluent Asia (co-editor)Human Rights and Gender Politics: Asia-Pacific.
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In this book, Aihwa Ong captures the disruptions, conflicts, and ambivalences in the lives of Malay women and their families as they make the transition from peasant society to industrial production. The sturdy peasant woman who worked the land and bore strong children was considered ideal, and athletic women were praised for being tanned from working outdoors.
He was connected by marriage with the late dynasty and, according to the legend, had been saved from the enemies by a heroic peasant. Her publications include a number of authored and edited books, and monographs: Why Gender Matters in Southeast Asian Politics (editor) ; Malay Peasant Women and the Land (co-author) ; Matriliny and Modernity: Sexual Politics and Social Change in Rural Malaysia (Asian Studies Association of Australia) ; Gender and Power in Affluent.
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