Influence of Interethnic Contact on Interethnic Attitudes of Malay and Chinese-Malaysian University Students in Malaysia

@inproceedings{Tamam2009InfluenceOI,
  title={Influence of Interethnic Contact on Interethnic Attitudes of Malay and Chinese-Malaysian University Students in Malaysia},
  author={Ezhar Tamam},
  year={2009}
}
Although interethnic contact is expected to contribute towards positive interethnic attitudes, it is not clear how much interethnic contact contributes towards interethnic attitudes in contexts where there is “no real majority,” such as Malaysia. The data for this study come from a self-administered survey involving 379 Malay and 381 ChineseMalaysian university students in large public universities. As predicted, interethnic contact contributes significantly towards regarding different ethnic… CONTINUE READING

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