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effect of western influence on native civilisations in the Malay Archipelago

B. J. O. Schrieke

effect of western influence on native civilisations in the Malay Archipelago

by B. J. O. Schrieke

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Published by G. Kolff & Co. in Batavia, Java .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indonesia -- Civilization -- Western influences,
  • Malay Archipelago -- Civilization -- Western influences,
  • Netherlands -- Colonies -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDr. B. Schrieke
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 247p. ;
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15132085M

    Nieuwenhuis, A.W. “Ten years of hygiene and ethnography in primitive Borneo”, in: B. Schrieke (ed.), The effect of western influence on native civilisations in the Malay archipelago, pp. Batavia: Kolff. Ooi Keat Gin. Of free trade and native interests; The Brookes and the economic development of Sarawak, Kuala. xxiv B. Schrieke (ed.), The Effect of Western Influence on native civilisations in the Malay archipelago, Batavia: Koninklijk Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen, , : Anthony Reid.

    European influence in Southeast Asia was stronger in the Malay Peninsula and Indonesian Archipelago because ____. these states did not have strong, central monarchies. The islan of Java became a strategic center for the ___. this neglect are two related issues: the impact of Islam in the Malay Archipelago and the periodization of Malay history (see below at note 49). The idea of a distinctive period of Islamization between the thirteenth and the sixteenth century has not been seriously entertained by either Western or .

    Book Material. Published material. Publication info. London:E. Stanford, Notes: This book provides a geographical account of the physical features, climate, inhabitants and political divisions of countries in the Malay Archipelago, Indo-China, and other parts of Southeast Asia. Subjects. JMBRAS 1, p DREWES, G. W. J., , The influence of Western civilisation on the languages of the East Indian Archipelago. The effect of Western influence in native civilisations in the Malay Archipelago.


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Batavia: Kolff. MLA Citation. Schrieke, B. and Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen. and Pacific Science Congress.

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The Malay Archipelago by Alfred Russel Wallace – review In this book the naturalist and explorer who lived in Darwin's shadow reveals himself to be a truly extraordinary figure. The Penang Bookshelf is the only Professional Member in Malaysia of the Independent Online Booksellers Association, the leading international bookselling trade association.

English-Bazaar Malay Phrase Book/Buku Chakapan Inggeris-Melayu RM The Effect of Western Influence on Native Civilisations in the Malay Archipelago RM The Indian cultural sphere, Indosphere, Greater India, or Akhand Bharat is an area, that is composed of the many countries and regions in South and Southeast Asia, that were historically influenced by Indian culture and term Greater India is used to encompass the historical and geographic extent of all political entities of the Indian subcontinent, and the regions which are Buddhism: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet, Sri.

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