Malaysian Culture

References

The primary author of this profile was Nina Evason (2016), with the Religion section authored by Chara Scroope (2020) and the Naming section authored by Nina Evason (2021).

 

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  • Geni. (2021). Naming Conventions for Malay Profile. Retrieved from https://www.geni.com/projects/Naming-Convention-for-Malay-Profile/42448 
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  • Harun, Y. (2009). Malay Family Values. Retrieved from http://malayfamilysystem.blogspot.com.au/2009/09/malay-family-values.html.
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  • Koh, S. Y. (2015). How and Why Race Matters: Malaysian-Chinese Transnational Migrants Interpreting and practising Bumiputera-differentiated Citizenship. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 41(3), 531-550.
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  • Minority Rights Group International. (2018). Malaysia. Retrieved from https://minorityrights.org/country/malaysia/
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  • Robustova, V. V. (2016). Anthroponymic system of Malaysia: Name popularity and culture shift. Onoma, 51: 207–221. Retrieved from https://onomajournal.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Onoma-51-10.-Robustova-final-25.08.2019.pdf 
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  • United Kingdom Government. (2006). A Guide to Names and Naming Practices. Retrieved from https://www.fbiic.gov/public/2008/nov/Naming_practice_guide_UK_2006.pdf.
  • Vickers, A. (2003). ‘Malay Identity’: Modernity, Invented Tradition, and Forms of Knowledge. In T. P. Barnard (Ed.), Contesting Malayness: Malay Identity Across Boundaries (pp. 25-55). Singapore: Singapore University Press. Retrieved from https://books.google.com.au/books?id=IB-cY6Nh6tUC&pg
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