Azizah Hamzah

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This ethnographic research examines how female Javanese descendants in the small village of Sabak Bernam, Malaysia negotiate their identity through television consumption. Living in Malaysia for many years, their presence and cultural identity are elaborately questioned in the debate of cultural products ownership between Malaysia and Indonesia. It can be(More)
A qualitative method using focus group discussions (FGDs) was applied in this study to identify people's perceptions on newspaper reporting pertaining to the Southern Separatist Movement (SSM) by different Yemeni newspapers. This paper also looked into the attitudes towards the movement and the popularity of the issue of Yemeni unification. Five FGD groups(More)
This article examines the development and usage of e-government in Malaysia. The history of public administration reform in Malaysia demonstrates the government’s willingness to experiment with innovations seen as improving the efficiency, effectiveness and responsiveness of public services. Thus, e-government has been enthusiastically promoted by the(More)
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