Relations between Malay rubber producers and Thai Government officials in a development project in Southern Thailand
Very few ethnographies have been written about the Malay-speaking areas of southern Thailand. Those that exist concentrate on Malay villages largely in isolation from their situation in the modern Thai state. Studies of local politics have focused on Malay separatism, and speak in terms of a Malay-Thai dichotomy which ignores internal divisions on each side. This dichotomy between Thais and Malays is a dominant theme in the social life of Yala province, and is partly characterised by a...[Show more]
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