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  • Emerging Pluralism in Asia and the Pacific(out of stock)

Emerging Pluralism in Asia and the Pacific(out of stock)

Edited by D.Y.H. Wu, H. McQueen and Yamamoto Y.

English , 1997/01 HKIAPS, Research Monograph Series Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK

Tags: Asian Studies

215 x 140 mm , 213pp ISBN / ISSN : 978-962-441-536-0

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Contents: Part I. Globalization and pluralistic society: 1. Repressive pluralism -- Humphrey McQueen 2. The impact of Ministry of Education policy on pluralism in Japanese education: An examination of recent issues -- Kirk Masden ; Part II. Evolution of cultural diversity: 3. The making of a "plural" Malaysia -- Shamsul A.B. 4. Thailand's cultural interaction with its neighbours -- Khien Theeravit and Chaiwat Kahmchoo 5. Singapore: multiracialism and its effects -- Chua Beng-Huat 6. Growth and diversification: current trends of ethnic groups in Japan appearing through the Japanese newspaper -- Yamanaka Hayato ; Part III. Individual identity and collective identity: 7. Facing the challenge of multiple cultural identities -- David Y.H. Wu 8. Against purity : reflections of an Indonesian writer -- Nirwan Dewanto 9. Running away from the ideological juggernaut: a story of a third-generation Zainichi Korean -- KYO Nobuko.

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