A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies

A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies
Date of publication:  1981
Publisher:  Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Number of pages:  319
Code:  PIC12
Hard Cover
ISBN: 9789971902339
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The volume concentrates on Teaching and Research, and Environment and Development. Part I covers conceptual theories, experiences of institutions in the West, a regional perspective, and problems of teaching and research. Part II includes articles on trends, themes, and issues, and the place of human ecology in Southeast Asian Studies programmes.

Contents

  • A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies
    [Whole Publication, ISBN: 9789814376914]
  • Preliminary pages
  • PART I: TEACHING & RESEARCH - THE CONCEPTUAL THEORIES
  • 1. Southeast Asian Studies: Problems & Potentialities - East & West, by Lauriston Sharp, author
  • 2. Southeast Asian Studies: Some Unresolved Problems, by K.S. Sandhu, author
  • 3. The Challenge of Diversity: Southeast Asian Studies & the Development of Social Science, by Hans-Dieter Evers, author
  • THE EXTRAREGIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • 4. Southeast Asian Studies in Australia, by Swami Anand Haridas, author
  • 5. Southeast Asian Studies in France, by Denys Lombard, author
  • 6. Southeast Asian Studies in the United Kingdom, by David K Bassett, author
  • 7. Southeast Asian Studies in the United States: Towards an Intellectual History, by David L. Szanton, author
  • THE REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE
  • 8. Southeast Asian Studies in Indonesia, by Harsja N. Bachtiar, author
  • 9. Southeast Asian Studies in Malaysia, by Tunku Shamsul Bahrin, author
  • 10. Southeast Asian Studies in the Philippines, by Patrocinio D Isleta, Milagros R Espinas, authors
  • 11. Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore, by Chia Lin Sien, author
  • 12. Southeast Asian Studies in Thailand, by Patya Saihoo, author
  • THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHING & RESEARCH
  • 13. Library Needs for Southeast Asian Studies, by Lim Pui Huen, author
  • 14. Promising But Reluctant: Southeast Asian Studies in Thailand, by Sombat Chantornvong, Thak Chaloemtiarana, authors
  • PART II: ENVIRONMENT & DEVELOPMENT
  • 15. Environment & Development: The Place of Human Ecology in Southeast Asian Studies Programmes, by A. Terry Rambo, author
  • 16. Environment & Development in Southeast Asia: Trends, Themes & Issues, by Jeff Romm, author
  • 17. Development, Environment Quality & the Quality of Life in Peninsular Malaysia, by Michael R Moss, S Robert Aiken, authors
  • 18. Environment Implications of the Meong Development Programme, by V R Pantulu, author
  • 19. Development & Environment in Thailand, by Dhira Phantumvanit, author
  • 20. Review of Environmental Affairs in Indonesia, by Otto Soemarwoto, author
  • 21. Research & Teaching on Human Ecology in Malaysia, by Jose I Furtado, author
  • 22. Human Ecology in the Philippines: Developments in Research, Teaching & Applications, by James N Anderson, author
  • 23. Environment Education Needs within a Southeast Asian Studies Programme, by W Donald McTaggart, author
  • 24. The Man & Biosphere Programme (MAB) in Asia & the Social Sciences, by Wolfgang Vollmann, author

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