Political discourse and pedagogy : the central role of successive Malaysian prime ministers
This is a study of the role played by Malaysian leaders in shaping both the political discourse and the pedagogy of their nation. The Malay rajas and sultans of the past were the political, intellectual and spiritual centres of their realms. Today, that role has been largely assumed by nationalist political leaders. Thus, Malaysian political discourse and pedagogy converge in the person of the Prime Minister. He is the discursive agenda-setter, the source of vision and the nation's...[Show more]
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