The Village Concept in the Transformation of Rural Southeast Asia
Associate Professor of South-East Asian History and Indonesian Mason C Hoadley, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies
Psychology Press, 1996 - 229 pages
Using examples from Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, the book considers what scholarship has defined as a village within the rapid changes taking place in rural Southeast Asia.
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