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19 March 2008

Muslim Professional Associations and Politics in Southeast Asia - NBR Analysis Vol 18, No 3


19 Mar 2008

The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR), Seattle, WA, US

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"NBR Analysis Volume 18, Number 3 [March 2008] - Muslim Professional Associations and Politics in Southeast Asia.
* Introduction: Civic Platforms or Radical Springboards? - by Robert W. Hefner
* The Role of Professional Organizations in Indonesia's Socio-political Transformation - by Ann Marie Murphy
* New Identities, New Politics: Malaysia's Muslim Professionals - by Bridget Welsh
The National Bureau of Asian Research conducted a comprehensive study from 2004 to 2007 on the socio-political impact of Islamic education in five Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, and the Philippines. Building on the first two years of research, the essays in this issue are the products of the project's third year (2006-07) focus on the relationship between Islamic education and professional associations in Indonesia and Malaysia, Southeast Asia's two largest and most influential Muslim-majority countries. Download PDF [http://nbr.org/publications/analysis/pdf/vol18no3.pdf], Purchase hardcopy [http://nbr.org/shop/AddToCart.aspx?PID=1415bb0a-ec12-4498-8814-0e7d5295de18]"

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