1 edition of Formal organizations in a Malay Administrative Village found in the catalog.
Published 1991 by Administrator in University of Kent at Canterbury, Centre of South-East Asian Studies
Includes bibliographical references: (p. 54-58).
|Statement||University of Kent at Canterbury, Centre of South-East Asian Studies|
|Publishers||University of Kent at Canterbury, Centre of South-East Asian Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|2||Occasional paper (University of Kent at Canterbury. Centre of South-East Asian Studies) -- no. 15|
|3||Occasional paper / University of Kent at Canterbury, Centre of South-East Asian Studies -- no. 15|
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