Positioning Women in Malaysia: Class and Gender in an Industrializing State
In a culture where race is often deemed to be an important influence, Cecilia Ng in this series of essays highlights the importance of both class and gender to give a more complete picture of the fate of women in Malaysia's society since independence. Amidst the tensions of being in a country coping with the tension of finding a national identity while being reliant on foreign capital, women have made advances, but have suffered setbacks as well. 222 pages For further details, please see the scanned contents page.
Weight 0.7 kg. Post free within Malaysia.
Published by Macmillan, Basingstoke, 1999.
Condition: Good. Hardcover. This is an ex-library book with a label on the spine and stamps on the text block and on a front end paper. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is no tanning throughout. The book has a fresh feel to it.