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Erscheinungsdatum: 05.01.2017, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Race, Education, and Citizenship, Titelzusatz: Mobile Malaysians, British Colonial Legacies, and a Culture of Migration, Auflage: 2017, Autor: Koh, Sin Yee, Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan // Palgrave Macmillan US, Imprint: Springer Palgrave Macmillan, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Bürgerrechte // Bürgerrechtler // Bevölkerung // Demographie // Empirische Sozialforschung // Sozialforschung // Imperialismus // Kolonialgeschichte // Kolonialismus // Cultural Studies // Kulturwissenschaften // Wissenschaft // Malaysia // Migration // soziologisch // Wanderung // Zuwanderung // Bildung // Politische Bildung // Politik // Politikunterricht // Politischer Unterricht // Sozialkunde // Forschung // wirtschafts- // sozialwissenschaftlich // Soziologie // Siedlung // Stadt // Staatsbürgerkunde // Britannien // Brite // Britisch // Großbritannien // Menschenrechte // Pädagogik // SOCIAL SCIENCE // Emigration & Immigration // Vereinigtes Königreich // Einwanderung und Auswanderung // Sozialforschung und // statistik // Politische Bildung und Zivilgesellschaft // Kolonialismus und Imperialismus // Bevölkerung und Demographie // Fachspezifischer Unterricht // Schule und Lernen: Philosophie und Ethik, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 293, Abbildungen: 24 schwarz-weiße und 2 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie, Reihe: Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship, Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 518 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Taking into account similarities of appearance, customs and languages spread across a vast region of scattered islands, it was obvious that the Polynesian race emerged from a single origin, and that origin Cook speculated was somewhere in the Malay Peninsula or the “East Indies.” In this regard, he was not too far from the truth. The origins of the Polynesian race have been fiercely debated since then, and it was only relatively recently, through genetic and linguistic research, that it can now be stated with certainty that the Polynesian race originated on the Chinese mainland and the islands of Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. Oceania was, indeed, the last major region of the Earth to be penetrated and settled by people, and Polynesia was the last region of Oceania to be inhabited. The vehicle of this expansion was the outrigger canoe, and aided by tides and wind patterns, a migration along the Malay Archipelago, and across the wide expanses of the South Pacific, began sometime between 3000 and 1000 BCE, reaching the western Polynesian Islands in about 900 BCE. The name Polynesia derives from the ancient Greek meaning “many islands.” The word was first used to describe the entirety of the South Sea Islands by the 18th century French writer and traveler Charles de Brosses, but technically, Polynesia refers specifically to an area described by a vast triangle that stretches across the southern Pacific, with Hawaii, Easter Island and New Zealand serving as the points. Close to the center of this triangle lies Tahiti, with the west limit defined by Samoa and Tonga, with a slight irregularity in the western edge of the triangle that serves to exclude Fiji, the Solomon Islands, the New Hebrides, and a handful of Melanesian and Micronesian islands. The Melanesian demographic tends to differ quite dramatically from the Polynesian in both appearance and culture, the former tending to be of darker complexion, while the latter is more characteristic 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory T. Luzitano. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/172571/bk_acx0_172571_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From beloved author Don Brown comes a bone-chilling tale of terrorism on the high seas.A daring plot is hatched to finance a nuclear attack against American cities, and Zack Brewer and Diane Colcernian are thrust into the midst of a sizzling race against the clock to foil the conspiracy before disaster strikes.The president of the United States orders ships of the US Seventh Fleet towards the Malacca Straits to reassert control over the sea lanes, but with time quickly ticking away, will they arrive in time for Zack and Diane to survive this dangerous and high-stakes drama of life and death?In a lightning-paced thriller of political assassination and terrorism on the high seas, The Malacca Conspiracy will whisk you from Singapore to Indonesia, from Malaysia to Washington. A whirlwind mix of love, war, and high-stakes geopolitical roulette, for Zack and Diane - your favorite JAG characters from Don Brown’s best-selling Navy Justice series - it’s the last chance for a longstanding romance that is now or never.Christian fiction with political and military suspense elements.Full-length stand-alone novel featuring characters from Don Brown’s Navy Justice series. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dick Hill. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/zond/000775/bk_zond_000775_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Colonel S - biomedical engineer, explosives expert, and the Malaysian government go-to hitman - has been doing the dirty work of the rich and corrupt for years now and is ready for his final job. One that will ensure the domination of the Muslims over the Malaysian state. The target? Kuala Lumpur International Airport. All he needs is a little help from his old friend and protege, Dr. Jay Ghosh. Despite the dangerous circumstances and Jay's own tragic Malaysian history, which he has been running from for 30 years, he cannot refuse the man who once saved his life. But, when Jay contacts Agni, the daughter of his first love with dangerous secrets of her own and a hunch that Colonel S is not all he seems, Jay is torn between righting the wrongs of his past and remaining loyal to a blood oath he has finally been called on to repay. Set in modern day Malaysia, divided by religions vying for control of the state with violence and manipulation, Ode to Broken Things rings true in an increasingly dangerous world fraught with warfare, conflicting cultures, dysfunctional governments, and terrorism. However, Dipika Mukherjee's focus on the characters' interwoven histories forms the story's overarching message that, despite race, ethnicity, or religion, the same blood runs in our veins. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Homer Todiwala. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/029562/bk_adbl_029562_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Race and Multiculturalism in Malaysia and Singapore ab 37.49 EURO
Race and Multiculturalism in Malaysia and Singapore ab 37.49 EURO