Research publications

Engagement of Malaysian Studies in Australian Universities

Engagement of Malaysian Studies in Australian Universities

Author(s)/Editor(s): Tony Gu
Date of publications: 2017
Publication type: Government and community sector reports

This report will begin with an analysis into the current state of Malaysian studies in Australian universities, of which there is a low level of engagement. It will be followed by an analysis of factors contributing to this low level of engagement of...

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Digital media in Indonesia and Malaysia: the role of the State and market in the convergence era

Author(s)/Editor(s): Dr Ross Tapsell
Date of publications: 2014
Publication type: Article

Through a comparative study of trends in the media industry in Indonesia and Malaysia, this article analyzes the transformative process of digital media on news production. Through an in-depth discussion of the influential conglomerates in two neighbouring...

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Like a Child with Two Parents: Race, Religion and Royalty on the Siam-Malaya Frontier, 1895-1902

Author(s)/Editor(s): Dr Amrita Malhi
Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: Article

Since 1957, Malaysian public life has been organized around a historic conflation of three important political themes: “race, religion and royalty”, or “3R”, all of which are purportedly championed and defended by the United Malays National Organisation (...

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