DOI:​10.1080/13602000601141398
Corpus ID: 144348248
Indian Muslims in Malaysia: Images of Shifting Identities in the Multi-ethnic State
J. Stark
Published 2006
Sociology

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs
Abstract Malaysia's multi-ethnic society has inherited colonial categorizations of race in which Malay, Chinese and Indian communities have been construed as homogeneous blocs. This paper traces the… Expand
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