Power Sharing In A Divided Nation: Mediated Communalism And New Politics In Six Decades Of Malaysia's Elections (bibliography)
E-Books

Power Sharing In A Divided Nation: Mediated Communalism And New Politics In Six Decades Of Malaysia's Elections (bibliography)

by Johan Saravanamuttu

This book argues that Malaysia's electoral politics have historically been premised on a hybridized model of communalism and consociationalism. Beyond this it posits 
a newer idea of power sharing based on the dynamic and transformative practice of mediated communalism through six decades (1952-2016) of electoral politics.
The strategy of mediating communalism is critically explored throughout the book, serving to test its saliency as a distinct approach to power sharing in a social formation which is ethnically, religiously and regionally divided, yet has remained remarkably and tenuously integrated throughout Malaysia's electoral history. The book delves into this question by narrating and theorizing the complexity of communal politics leading to the emergence of new politics which have attempted to put Malaysia on the track of further democratization. It is further implied that new politics has to work in tandem with mediated communalism to transcend the most deleterious effects of an ethnically divided society.

Refer to this link for list of supported app: Click here!


Disclaimer: Our supplier will reach out via email with redemption process and code.


For any enquiries regarding E-books from Alkem, please contact support@alkem.com.sg


Status: Available For Purchase

Regular price
SGD 0.00
Sale price
SGD 0.00
Regular price
SGD 0.00
Unit price
per 
Tax included.

Delivered within 5 business days

Product Details

  • Publisher : ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute / Strategic Information and Research Development Centre
  • Product Code : 9789814695428C12

About Author

Johan Saravanamuttu

Johan Saravanamuttu is Professor Emeritus of Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) and Adjunct Senior Fellow of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.