3 edition of Social organization of Sabah societies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-164).
|Statement||edited by Sherwood G. Lingenfelter.|
|Contributions||Lingenfelter, Sherwood G., Sabah. Museum and State Archives Dept.|
|LC Classifications||GN635.M4 S63 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||90946992|
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“The Rundum Rebellion of in Sabah: Millenarianism and Social Protest”. Paper presented at the Seminar Sejarah dan Masyarakat Sabah [Seminar on the History and Society of Sabah], Kota Kinabalu, 12–16 August Blood, Doris E. “The Lotud”. In The Social Organization of Sabah Societies, edited by Sherwood G. Lingenfelter. A list of notable non-governmental organizations working in Nepal based on the field of work and the district they are headquartered. Social sector Human rights. Name of the organisation Year of Establishment "NGOs affiliated with Social Welfare Council ( - Ashad masant)". Social Welfare Council Nepal. Retrieved Octo
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Get this from a library. Social organization of Sabah societies: studies from six societies, Bonggi, Idaʼan, Lotud, Makiang, Tagal, Timugon. [Sherwood G Lingenfelter; Sabah (Malaysia). Jabatan Muzium dan Arkib Negeri Sabah.;]. The Sabah Society is a non-government / non-profit organisation founded in by a group of enthusiasts who were eager to record and preserve interesting and.
This book is an attempt to explore some aspects of Sabah’s social history. Tracing the foundation of earlier townships in Sabah, this book also looks into the lives of the various communities that formed the nucleus of Sabah’s multi-ethnic society, the elites of the society, the expatriates, the early development of sports and leisure time, the society’s reactions towards social problems.
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Foreward --Introduction --British North Borneo or Sabah --charter and British North Borneo Company --Terms of Protectorate --Sabah --Sabah: Society and Sport in the Early Twentieth Century --A War-time Emergency Currency from Tawau --From Military to Civil Government () --Sabah --The Traditional Musical Instruments of Sabah.
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About this Item: The Sabah Society, Sabah, Malaysia, Softcover. Condition: Very Good. pp; Previous owner's blind stamp to title page, clean, tight copy, VG condition. Scholarly journal covering the history, natural history and geography of Sabah, Malaysia and the culture and customs of its peoples.
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