『海外華人研究』-- 書目資料  III

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Listing by AUTHOR in alphabetical order:
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  1. Mabbett, Hugh; Mabbett, Ping-ching; Coppel, Charles
    The Chinese in Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia
    London, Minority Rights Group 1972 31p (Minority Rights Group. Report no.10).

  2. Mackie, J. A. C. (ed.)
    'The Chinese in Indonesia: five essays'
    Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii 1976 282p.

  3. Mackie, J. A. C.; Coppel, Charles A
    A preliminary survey (on the Chinese in Indonesia)
    In: Mackie, J.A.C., ed. The Chinese in Indonesia. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 1976 1-18

  4. Mackie, J.A.C.
    Changing economic role and ethnic identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese: a comparison of Indonesia and Thailand
    In: Cushman, Jennifer Wayne; Wang, Gungwu, eds. Changing identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II. Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP, 1988. 344p. 1988 217-260

  5. Mackie, J.A.C.; Milner, A.C.; Salmon, Claudine
    Overseas Chinese
    In: Herbert, Patricia; Milner, Anthony Crothers, eds. South-East Asia: languages and literatures, a select guide. Whiting Bay, Arran, Scotland: Kiscadale Publications, 1989. 182p. 1989 171-182

  6. Mackie, Jamie
    Chinese businessmen and the rise of Southeast Asian capitalism
    Solidarity (Manila) no.123 (Jul-Sep 1989 96-107

  7. Mak, Lau Fong
    Chinese secret societies in the nineteenth-century Straits Settlements
    In: Lee, Lai To, ed. Early Chinese immigrant societies: case studies from North America and British Southeast Asia. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1988. 248p. (Asian studies series.) 1988 230-243

  8. Mak, Lau Fong
    The social alignment patterns of the Chinese in nineteenth-century Penang
    Modern Asian Studies (London) 23, pt.2 (May 1989 259-276

  9. Mak, Lau-Fong
    Chinese occupational patterns and Chinese secret societies in the Straits settlements
    Journal of Sociology and Psychology (Singapore) 1 ( 1978 65-71 )

  10. Mak, Lau-Fong
    Chinese secret societies in Ipoh town, 1945-1969
    Singapore, Department of Sociology, University of Singapore 1975 17p. (Working paper no.42).

  11. Mak, Lau-Fong
    Rigidity of system boundary among major Chinese dialect groups in nineteenth-century Singapore: a study of inscription data
    Modern Asian Studies (London) 14, pt.3 (Jul 1980 465-487

  12. Mak, Lau-Fong
    The forgotten and the rejected community: a sociological study of Chinese secret societies in Singapore and West Malaysia
    Singapore, Department of Sociology, University of Singapore 1973 150p. (Working paper no.18).

  13. Mak, Lau-Fong
    The sociology of secret societies: a study of Chinese secret societies in Singapore and peninsular Malaysia
    New York: Oxford University press 1981 178p (East Asian social science monographs).

  14. Mak, Lau-fong
    Chinese locality and dialect groups in the 19th-century straits settlements
    Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica/Chung Yang Yen Chiu Yuan. Min Tse Hsueh Yen Chiu So (Taipeh) no.63 (Dec 1987 87-107 )

  15. Marsot, A.G
    Policies of the independent states of South-East Asia toward the Overseas Chinese: the case of South Vietnam
    In: International Congress of Orientalists, 29th, Paris, 1973. Chinois d'outre-mer. Seminaire organisee par Denys Lombard. Paris: L'Asiatheque, 1976. 1976 97-103

  16. Mackie, Jamie
    Economic systems of the Southeast Asian Chinese
    In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Southeast Asian Chinese and China: the politico-economic dimension. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995. 262p. 1995 33-65

  17. Mo, Bangfu
    The rise of Chinese mafia in Japan
    Japan Echo (Tokyo) 25, no.1 (Feb 1998 44-47 )

  18. Maxwell, William Edgar
    The ethnic assimilation of Chinese students into the Thai medical elite
    Journal of Asian Affairs (Buffalo) 1, no.1 (Spring 1976 97-104)

  19. Maxwell, William; Dixon, Donald
    Later-life socialization and differential social assimilation of the Chinese in urban Thailand; a comment
    Social Forces (Chapel Hill) 55, no.2 (Dec 1976 529)

  20. McBeath, Gerald A
    Political integration of the Philippine Chinese
    Berkeley: Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies, University of California 1973 269p

  21. McBeath, Gerald A
    Social and political assimilation of the Philippine Chinese elite
    Journal of Asian Affairs (Buffalo) 1, no.1 (Spring 1976 59-69)

  22. McBeath, Gerald A.
    Southeast Asian Chinese in China's foreign and domestic policy
    Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 11, no.3 (Jun) 1983 231-242

  23. McCarthy, Charles J
    Chinese coolie labor minimal in Philippines
    Annals of the Philippine Chinese Historical Association (Manila) 1976 8-29

  24. McCarthy, Charles J
    The Chinese in the Philippines
    In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Unity for Progress, 1974. 1974 1-32

  25. McCarthy, Charles J.
    Chinese schools in the Philippines
    In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Pagkakaisa sa Pag-unlad, 1974. 1975 168-178

  26. McCarthy, Charles J.
    The Chinese in the Philippines
    In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Pagkakaisa sa Pag-unlad, 1974. 1975 1-32

  27. McCarthy, Charles J., ed
    'Philippine-Chinese profiles: essays and studies'
    Manila, Pagkakaisa Sa Pag-unlad 1974 247p. (Pagkakaisa Monography, no.3).

  28. Mearns, Lesley
    Formal association within the Chinese community of Melaka
    In: Sandilu, Kernial Singh; Wheatley, Paul, eds. Melaka: the transformation of a Malay capilal c1400-1980. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford UP, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 137-155

  29. Moese, Wolfgang; Reinknecht, Gottfried; Schmitz-Seisser, Eva
    Chinese regionalism in West-Malaysia and Singapore
    Hamburg: Gesellschaft fur Natur- und Volkerkunde Ostasiens e. V. 1979 2v. (Mitteilungen, 77).

  30. Moese, Wolfgang; Reinknecht, Gottfried; Schmitz-Seisser, Eva
    List of Chinese grey [privately published] literature kept at Hamburg libraries
    Hamburg: Asia Documentation Center 1978 143p.

  31. Nagelkerke, G.A.
    A selected bibliography of the Chinese in Indonesia, 1740-1974
    Leyden, Library, Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology 1975 89p.

  32. Nagelkerke, Gerard A.
    The Chinese in Indonesia: a bibliography, 18th century, 1981
    Leiden: Library of the Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology 1982 238p Rev. ed. of title: Selected bibliography of the Chinese in Indonesia, 1740-1974,\ 1974.

  33. Nonini, Donald M.
    Popular sources of Chinese labor militancy in colonial Malaya, 1900-1941
    In: Guerin-Gonzales, Camille; Strikwerda, Carl, eds. The politics of immigrant workers: labor activism and migration in the world economy since 1830. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1993. 333p. 1993 215-242

  34. Niew, Shong Tong
    Chinese society in Brunei: a survey
    In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Southeast Asian Chinese: the socio-cultural dimension. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995. 326p. 1995 78-94

  35. Nagata, Judith
    Chinese custom and Christian culture: implications for Chinese identity in Malaysia
    In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Southeast Asian Chinese: the socio-cultural dimension. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995. 326p. 1995 166-201

  36. Nonini, Donald M.
    Shifting identities, positioned imaginaries: transnational traversals and reversals by Malaysian Chinese
    In: Ong, Aihwa; Nonini, Donald M., eds. Ungrounded empires: the cultural politics of modern Chinese transnationalism. New York: Routledge, 1997. 343p. 1997 203-227

  37. Nonini, Donald M.
    "Chinese society" coffee-shop talk, possessing gods: the politics of public space among diasporic Chinese in Malaysia
    Positions (Durham, NC) 6, no.2 (Fall 1998 439-473

  38. Neville, Warwick
    A demographic profile of the Chinese in Singapore
    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 12, no.1 (Mar 1981 142-158

  39. Niew, Shong Tong
    The pattern of economic activity of the modern Chinese communities in East Malaysia and Brunei
    In: China Society. China Society 25th anniversary journal. (Singapore) 1975. 1976 40-55

  40. Nonini, Donald M.
    The Chinese truck transport industry of a Peninsular Malaysian market town
    In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 171-206

  41. Nopamas Chiravegin
    The overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia: comparative study with a special case study of Thailand
    Journal of Social Sciences = Warasan Sangkhomsat (Bangkok) 11, no.1 (Jan 1974 86-103

  42. Nyce, Ray
    Chinese new villages in Malaya: a community study
    ed. by Shirle Gordon Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian Sociological Research Institute 1973 278p.

  43. Oetomo, Dede
    Multilingualism and Chinese identities in Indonesia
    In: Cushman, Jennifer Wayne; Wang, Gungwu, eds. Changing identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II. Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP, 1988. 344p. 1988 97-106

  44. Oey, Hong Lee
    The Indonesian Chinese under the New Order
    Cultures et Developpement (Louvain) 7, no.1 ( 1975 95-123

  45. Omohundro, John
    Chinese merchant society in the Philippines
    Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 21, no.2 (Apr 1973 169-180

  46. Omohundro, John T
    Chinese merchant families in Iloilo: commerce and kin in a central Philippine city
    Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press; Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press 1981 206p.

  47. Omohundro, John T
    Problems in patrilineal inheritance for the Philippine Chinese
    Anthropological Quarterly (Washington) 49, no.4 (Oct 1976 258-274

  48. Omohundro, John T
    Trading patterns of Philippine Chinese: strategies of sojourning middle-men
    In: Hutterer, Rarl L., ed. Economic exchange and social interaction in Southeast Asia: perspectives from prehistory, history, and ethnography. Ann Arbor: Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan, 1977. (Michigan papers on South 1977 113-136

  49. Omohundro, John T.
    Merchant culture and Chinese ethnicity in the Philippines
    Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 6, nos.1-2 ( 1978 90-102 )

  50. Omohundro, John T.
    Philippine Chinese middlemen and the hazards of political change
    Journal of Asian Affairs (Buffalo, NY) 4, no.2 (Fall 1979 18-27

  51. Omohundro, John T.
    Ritual change in a Philippine Chinese enclave
    Pilipinas: a Journal of Philippine Studies (Honolulu) no.8 (Spr 1987 29-46

  52. Omohundro, John T.
    Social networks and business success for the Philippine Chinese
    In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 65-85

  53. Omohundro, John Thomas
    Study of the Overseas Chinese: an anthropologist's appraisal
    In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Unity for Progress, 1974. 1974 163-167

  54. Ooi, Keat Gin
    Chinese vernacular education in Sarawak during Brooke rule, 1841-1946
    Modern Asian Studies (London) 28, pt.3 (Jul 1994 503-531

  55. Overseas Chinese remittances from Southeast Asia, 1910-1940
    George L. Hicks, editor Singapore: Select Books, 1993 3 v. in 1

  56. Ong, Charlson L.
    An embarrassment of riches [ethnic Chinese in Philippines, a memoir]
    In: Culture of nationalism in contemporary Philippine society: conference proceedings. Baguio City: Cordillera Studies Center, 1995. 214p. 1995 74-91

  57. Pacho, Arturo G
    Policy concerns and priorities: the ethnic Chinese in the Philippines
    Philippine Journal of Public Administration (Manila) 25, no.2 (Apr 1981 207-230

  58. Pacho, Arturo G.
    Methodological problems in the study of political attitudes of ethnics: the Chinese in the Philippines
    Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 8, no.1 (Feb 1980 79-93

  59. Palanca, Ellen H
    The economic position of the Chinese in the Philippines
    Philippine Studies (Quezon City) 25 (1st Q 1977 80-94

  60. Pannee Auansakul
    Chinese traders and Thai groups in the rice business
    Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 23, no.1 1995 29-42

  61. Parichart Sukhum
    The Chinese in Thailand: an annotated bibliography
    Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 24, nos.1-4 (Jan-Oct 1976 63-71

  62. Parker, Sannee Jaid
    Chinese immigration to Penang
    In: Kratoska, Paul H., ed. Honourable intentions: Talks on the British Empire in South-East Asia delivered at the Royal Colonial Institute. 1874-1928. Singapore; New York: Oxford UP, 1983. 470p. 1983 210-215

  63. Peterson, Robert
    The demon gods of Thorny River: a true-to-life story of a Chinese family in West Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo
    London, Overseas Missionary Fellowship 1974 158p.

  64. Phuwadol Songprasert
    Reinterpretation of anti-Chinese movement in Thailand, 1903-1925
    In: Ng Lun, Ngai-ha; Chang, Chak Yan, eds. Liang tzu shih chieh ta chan chi chien tsai Ya-chou chih hai wai Hua jen = Overseas Chinese in Asia between the two world wars. Shatin, Hong Kong: Overseas Chinese Archives, Centre for Contemporary Asian Studies, 1989 415-421

  65. Poerwanto, Hari
    The problem of Chinese assimilation and integration in Indonesia
    Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 24, nos.1-4 (Jan-Oct 1976 51-55

  66. Proceedings of the workshop on overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia
    Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 24, nos.14 (Jan-Oct 1976 133-140

  67. Pua, Chin Tao
    The concept of Chinese liberal education and its implementation in the Chinese schools in Davao
    In: Regional Seminar on History, 4th, Davao City, 1972. Proceedings and position papers of the Fourth Regional Seminar on History, March 2324, 1972, Davao City. Manila: National Historical Institute, 1976. 1976 74-85

  68. Rajendra, N
    Chinese labourers in early Straits Settlements
    Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 10, no.5 (Oct 1982 463-469

  69. Rajendra, N.
    Chinese secret societies in the Straits Settlements
    Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 11, no.2 (Apr) 1983 201-206

  70. Rakindo, Adil
    Chinese in the days of colonial Indonesia
    Eastern Horizon (Hong Kong) 14, no.3 ( 1975 57-66

  71. Rakindo, Adil
    The Chinese minority in Indonesia
    Eastern Horizon (Hong Kong) 12, no.6 1973 7-19

  72. Ram, Warisa
    Fertility and mortality of the Chinese community in Kabupaten and Kotamadya Pontianak
    Singapore: Southeast Asia Population Research Awards Program, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 1979 72p (SEAPRAP research report, 72).

  73. Raybeck, Douglas
    Chinese patterns of adaptation in Southeast Asia
    In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 15-33

  74. Reid, Anthony, ed
    'Sojourners and settlers: histories of Southeast Asia and the Chinese'
    St. Leonards, N.S.W., Australia: Allen & Unwin 1996 232p

  75. Reid, Anthony
    Flows and seepages in the long-term Chinese interaction with Southeast Asia
    In: Reid, Anthony, ed. Sojourners and settlers: histories of Southeast Asia and the Chinese. St. Leonards, N.S.W., Australia: Allen & Unwin, 1996. 232p. 1996 15-50

  76. Reynolds, E. Bruce
    'International orphans' -- the Chinese in Thailand during World War II
    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 28, no.2 (Mar 1997 365-388 )

  77. Richardson, Michael
    ASEAN and Indo-Chinese refugees
    In: Broinowski, Alison, ed. Understanding ASEAN. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1982. 323p. 1982 92-114

  78. Ricketts, Robert
    Imperial 'amnesty' strengthens alien controls for Koreans and Chinese
    AMPO (Tokyo) 20, no.3 1989 22-23

  79. Riichiro, Fujiwara
    The regulation of the Chinese under the Trinh regime and Pho Hien
    Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.4 (new series no.40,no.110)( 1993 47-51

  80. Rush, James R.
    Social control and influence in nineteenth century Indonesia: opium farms and the Chinese of Java
    Indonesia (Ithaca, NY) no.35 (Apr) 1983 53-64

  81. Sa-onoy, Modesto P.
    The Chinese in Negros
    Bacolod City: St. John's Institute; Negros occidental Historical Commis-sion 1980 129p.

  82. Sakai, Kazuko
    Chinese working students in Tokyo
    Japan Quarterly (Tokyo) 36, no.4 (Oct-Dec 1989 409-416

  83. Salmon, Claudine
    The contribution of the Chinese to the development of Southeast Asia: a new appraisal
    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 12, no.1 (Mar 1981 260-275

  84. Salmon, Claudine; Lombard, Denys
    Les Chinois de Jakarta: temples et vie collective = The Chinese of Jakarta: temples and communal life
    Paris: Editions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme 1980 358p. (Etudes insulindiennes-Archipel, 1).

  85. Sandhu, Kernial Singh
    Chinese colonization in Melaka
    In: Sandilu, Kernial Singh; Wheatley, Paul, eds. Melaka: the transformation of a Malay capilal c1400-1980. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford UP, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 93-136

  86. Sangaroon Kanokpongchai
    The Chinese New Year procession: the mirror of the unity of the Chinese community
    Muang Boran (Bangkok) 17, no.2 ( Apr-Jun 1991 99-108

  87. Sa-onoy, Modesto P.
    The Chinese in Negros Oriental
    In: Baviera, Aileen S.P.; Ang See, Teresita, eds. China, across the seas: the Chinese as Filipinos. Quezon City: Philippine Association for Chinese Studies, 1992. 123p. 1992 67-81

  88. See, Teresita Ang
    Images of the Chinese in the Philippines
    In: Baviera, Aileen S.P.; Ang See, Teresita, eds. China, across the seas: the Chinese as Filipinos. Quezon City: Philippine Association for Chinese Studies, 1992. 123p. 1992 105-123

  89. Suryadinata, Leo, ed
    'Chinese adaptation and diversity: essays on society and literature in Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore'
    Singapore: Singapore University Press 1993 212p

  90. Sakai, Tadao
    Chinese religious practices and customs in Singapore and Malaysia
    In: Cheu, Hock Tong, ed. Chinese beliefs and practices in Southeast Asia: studies on the Chinese religion in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications, 1993. 393p. 1993 3-15

  91. Salmon, Claudine
    Cults peculiar to the Chinese of Java
    In: Cheu, Hock Tong, ed. Chinese beliefs and practices in Southeast Asia: studies on the Chinese religion in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications, 1993. 393p. 1993 279-305

  92. Suryadinata, Leo
    Chinese adaptation and diversity in some ASEAN states: an introductory note
    In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Chinese adaptation and diversity: essays on society and literature in Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1993. 212p. 1993 1-7

  93. Suryadinata, Leo
    The state and Chinese minority in Indonesia
    In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Chinese adaptation and diversity: essays on society and literature in Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1993. 212p. 1993 77-100

  94. See, Teresita Ang; Go, Bon Juan, eds.
    'The ethnic Chinese: proceedings of the international conference on "Changing Identities and Relations in Southeast Asia"'
    Quezon City: Philippine-China Development Resource Center 1994 249p

  95. Suryadinata, Leo
    Government policies towards the ethnic Chinese in the ASEAN states: a comparative analysis
    In: See, Teresita Ang; Go, Bon Juan, eds.. The ethnic Chinese: proceedings of the international conference on 'Changing Identities and Relations in Southeast Asia'. Quezon City: Philippine-China Development Resource Center, 1994. 249p. 1994 67-80

  96. Sidharta, Myra
    The Indonesian Chinese and the search for identity
    In: See, Teresita Ang; Go, Bon Juan, eds.. The ethnic Chinese: proceedings of the international conference on 'Changing Identities and Relations in Southeast Asia'. Quezon City: Philippine-China Development Resource Center, 1994. 249p. 1994 81-91

  97. Sy, Joaquin
    The changing role of Chinese mestizos in Philippine history
    In: See, Teresita Ang; Go, Bon Juan, eds.. The ethnic Chinese: proceedings of the international conference on 'Changing Identities and Relations in Southeast Asia'. Quezon City: Philippine-China Development Resource Center, 1994. 249p. 1994 121-125

  98. See, Teresita Ang
    Political participation, integration and identity of the Chinese in the Phillipines
    In: See, Teresita Ang; Go, Bon Juan, eds.. The ethnic Chinese: proceedings of the international conference on 'Changing Identities and Relations in Southeast Asia'. Quezon City: Philippine-China Development Resource Center, 1994. 249p. 1994 139-147

  99. Suryadinata, Leo, ed.
    'Southeast Asian Chinese and China: the politico-economic dimension'
    Singapore: Times Academic Press 1995 262p

  100. Suryadinata, Leo, ed.
    'Southeast Asian Chinese: the socio-cultural dimension'
    Singapore: Times Academic Press 1995 326p

  101. See, Teresita Ang
    The culture of nationalism and the local Chinese community
    In: Culture of nationalism in contemporary Philippine society: conference proceedings. Baguio City: Cordillera Studies Center, 1995. 214p. 1995 156-168

  102. See, Teresita Ang
    The socio-cultural and political dimensions of the economic success of the Chinese in the Philippines
    In: Palanca, Ellen Huang, ed. China, Taiwan, and the ethnic Chinese in the Philippine economy. Quezon City: Philippine Association for Chinese Studies, 1995. 150p. 1995 93-106

  103. Suryadinata, Leo
    The Southeast Asian Chinese and China: an introduction
    In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Southeast Asian Chinese and China: the politico-economic dimension. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995. 262p. 1995 3-8

  104. Suryadinata, Leo
    Southeast Asian Chinese society and culture: an introduction
    In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Southeast Asian Chinese: the socio-cultural dimension. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995. 326p. 1995 3-12

  105. See, Teresita Ang
    The Chinese in the Philippines: continuity and change
    In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Southeast Asian Chinese: the socio-cultural dimension. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995. 326p. 1995 28-41

  106. Skinner, G. William
    Creolized Chinese societies in Southeast Asia
    In: Reid, Anthony, ed. Sojourners and settlers: histories of Southeast Asia and the Chinese. St. Leonards, N.S.W., Australia: Allen & Unwin, 1996. 232p. 1996 51-93

  107. See, Chinben
    A bibliography of the Chinese in the Philippines
    Manila, Pagkakaisa sa Pag-unlad, Inc 1972 97p (Pagkakaisa monograph 1).

  108. See, Chinben
    Chinese clanship in the Philippine setting
    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 12, no.1 (Mar 1981 224-247

  109. See, Chinben
    Chinese organizations and ethnic identity in the Philippines
    In: Cushman, Jennifer Wayne; Wang, Gungwu, eds. Changing identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II. Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP, 1988. 344p. 1988 319-334

  110. See, Chinben; See, Teresita Ang
    Chinese in the Philippines: a bibliography
    Manila: China Studies Program, De La Salle University 1990 xiv, 208p

  111. See, Teresita Ang
    The Chinese in the Philippines: assets or liabilities?
    In: Churchill, Bernardita Reyes, ed. Philippine China relations, 1975-1988: an assessment. Manila: De La Lalle UP, 1990. 103p. 1990 72-85

  112. See, Teresita Ang
    The Chinese in the Philippines: problems and perspectives
    Manila: Kaisa Para sa Kaunlaran 1990 119p

  113. See, Teresita Ang; Go, Bon Juan
    Religious syncretism among the Chinese in the Philippines
    Contributions to Southeast Asian Ethnography (Singapore) no.9 (Dec 1990 53-65 )

  114. Sevrugian, Emanuel
    Zum Problem einer asiatischen Minderheit: Die Chinesen in Malaysia
    Saeculum (Munich) 24, nos.1-2 1973 167-190

  115. Siaw, Laurence
    Ethnic Chinese in Malaysia--the problem of identity
    Jernal Anthropoloji Dan Sosioloji 2 1972-1973 1-6

  116. Siaw, Laurence K.L
    Characteristics of the ethnic Chinese community in Malaysia -- a sociological perspective
    Jurnal Antropologi dan Sosiologi (Kuala Lumpur) 5 1977 43-52

  117. Siaw, Laurence K.L
    The legacy of Malaysian Chinese social structure
    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 12, no.2 (Sep 1981 395-402

  118. Siaw, Laurence K.L.
    Chinese society in rural Malaysia: a local history of the Chinese in Titi, Jelebu
    New York: Oxford UP 1983 197p

  119. Sidharta, Myra
    On the remnants of the 'Gong Goan' archives in Jakarta: a preliminary study [Chinese community officers]
    In: Lin, Tien-wai, ed. Collected essays on local history of the Asian-Pacific region: contribution of overseas Chinese. Hong Kong: Center of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong, 1991. 556p. (Centre of Asian Studies occasional papers and monographs, no.96.) 1991 513-523

  120. Sidhu, M.S
    Chinese dominance of West Malaysian towns, 1921-1970
    Geography (Sheffield) 61, no.1 (Jan 1976 17-23

  121. Sinar, Luckman, Tengku
    The coming of the Chinese immigrants to East Sumatra in the 19th century
    Berita Antropologi (Jakarta) 11, no.37 (Apr-Jun 1980 29-41

  122. Siow, Moli
    The problems of ethnic cohesion among the Chinese in Peninsular Malaysia: intraethnic divisions and interethnic accommodation
    In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 170-188

  123. Soh, Wei Nee
    Chinese clan associations and religious activities in Penang
    In: Tan, Chee Beng, ed. The preservation and adaptation of the tradition: studies of Chinese religious expression in Southeast Asia. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University, Dept. of Anthropology, 1990. 1v. (Contributions to Southeast Asian ethnography, no. 1990 67-89; also in CONTRIB SE AS ETHNOL no.9 (Dec 1990) 67-89

  124. Somers-Heidhues, Mary F.
    Citizenship and identity: ethnic Chinese and the Indonesian revolution
    In: Cushman, Jennifer Wayne; Wang, Gungwu, eds. Changing identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II. Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP, 1988. 344p. 1988 115-138

  125. Song, Chun-ho
    The Chinese in Korea during the Japanese occupation (1910-1945)
    In: Lin, Tien-wai, ed. Collected essays on local history of the Asian-Pacific region: contribution of overseas Chinese. Hong Kong: Center of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong, 1991. 556p. (Centre of Asian Studies occasional papers and monographs, no.96.) 1991 524-528

  126. Song, Ong Siang
    One hundred years' history of the Chinese in Singapore
    Singapore; New York: Oxford UP 1984 xxii, 602p (Repr. of 1902.)

  127. Spencer, J. E
    Chinese immigrants and Chinese culture in Southeast Asia
    In: Thcmpson, Laurence G., ed. Studia Asiatica: essays in Asian studies in felicitation of the seventy-fifth anniversary of Prof. Ch'en Shou-yi. San Francisco: Chinese Materials Center, 1975. 1976 457-485

  128. Spencer, J. E
    Southeast Asia as the Chinese Nan Yang
    China Geographer (Los Angeles, CA) no.6 (Win 1977 1-18

  129. Stefani, Giorgio
    The Chinese in Malay Peninsula
    In: Casadio, G.P., ed. The cooperation between Europe, Italy, China, Korea and South-East Asian countries: proceedings of the International Colloquium under the high patronage of the Commission of the European Communities. Milano: Franco Angeli, 1990. 221 1990 219-221

  130. Stern, Lewis M.
    The China connection and Vietnamese Communist policy toward the overseas Chinese, 1920-1975
    Issues and Studies (Taipei) 22, no.4 (Apr) 1986 86-119

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