Politics and Cultures of Islamization: Indonesia and Malaysia in the Nineteen-nineties
Following the Mecca Conference in 1977 and the Irani revolution in the two years that followed there has been a general movement in many Muslim majority countries to align political life, education and society with various interpretations of Islam where religion took a more prominent role in national life. Stauth looks at the two very different attempts in Indonesia and Malaysia to introduce these new policies. He also includes examines the effects of such policies on Singapore, these countries 'secular neighbour. 300 pages with a bibliography.
Weight: 0.6.kg. * Post free within Malaysia.
Published by Transaction Publishers, Piscataway, NJ, USA2002.
Condition: Good. Hardback. This is an ex library book with stickers on the spine and inside front cover and stamps on the text block, front end paper and title page, most of which have been obliterated by black felt tip pen. The binding is tight and the text clear with no tanning. The book was originally a paperback but has been rebound with a laminated hard cover.