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Death and disease in Southeast Asia : explorations in social, medical and demographic history
From a 'decoding' of ancient Balinese myths to the careful computation of mortality rates for the modern Philippines, these essays extend our understanding of South-east Asian history.
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The paradox of nineteenth-century population growth in Southeast Asia: evidence from Java and the Philippines.
  • N. G. Owen
  • History, Medicine
  • Journal of Southeast Asian studies
  • 1 March 1987
The author examines the reasons for the rapid population growth that occurred in nineteenth-century Southeastern Asia, using available data for Java, Indonesia, and the Philippines. The evidenceExpand
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Economic and Social Change
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THE RICE INDUSTRY OF MAINLAND SOUTHEAST ASIA 1850-1914
This article was originally written for a seminar on mainland Southeast Asia conducted by Dr. Neon Snidvongs at the University of Michigan, April1970. It was not a "research paper" as such, since theExpand
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The Bikol Blend : Bikolanos and Their History
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Tainted Goods?: Western Feminism and the Asian Experience
The perception in some quarters that feminism in Asia is "tainted goods" leads one to ponder whether feminism is tainted just because it is imported or whether there is something inherently rotten inExpand
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The Principalia in Philippine History: Kabikolan, 1790-1898
Philippine Studies is published by the Ateneo de Manila University.
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