Orang Asli Women of Malaysia : Perceptions, Situations & Aspirations
Adela Baer and others
Orang Asli (indigenous) women in Malaysia are a marginalised group within probably the most marginalised community in the country. The authors, anthropologists who have lived and worked with the community, are able to give the reader glimpses of the main characteristics of the lives of Orang Asli women in the past, in the present day and what they predict for their future. This book has 167 pages with a glossary and reference list.
Weight: 0.4.kg. *On request this book will be sent post free by surface mail to any part of the world when it is part of an order weighing at least 2 kilos.*
Published by Centre for Orang Asli Concerns, Subang Jaya, Malaysia. First edition. ISBN: 9789834324803
Condition: As New. Paperback.