Demobilizing Islam : institutionalized religion and the politics of co-optation in Malaysia
Why do some Muslim nations confront more radical religious mobilization, but not others? This study provides insights into the answer to this question through focused analysis of the Malaysian case. In contrast to some other nations with active radical Islamist movements, Malaysia is characterized by weak religious activism of both the radical and liberal varieties. This study explains this relative tranquility by focusing on the particular quality of state intervention in...[Show more]
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