Also, the government of Malaysia implements the National Education Policy. The National Education Development Plan 2001-2010, the Third Outline Perspective Plan 2001-2010, and the Knowledge-based Economy Master Plan are in tandem with the National Education Policy in terms of meeting the needs of the...
INTEGRATION AND NATIONAL UNITY
In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.
Malaysia is a unique country. It is made up of multi-ethnic group who are living in harmony. Conflict among ethnic group is rare and even if conflict occurs, is not to the extent of...
Issues and Goals
National Integration and Secularism
NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND SECULARISM
You must have learnt and recited our national anthem, ‘Jana-gana-mana’. You would have also solemnly recited it with others on several occasions, especially while celebrating national events, such as...
the achievement of this policy throughout several years. Make the critical arguments on predicting the success or the failure of this policy.
3. NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY: The Malaysian education system is being used to achieve many social objectives besides its conventional aim i.e. to provide students...
The term plural society is define as a society combining ethnic contrasts (Fredrik Brath ). In the Malaysian context , plural society represents the nation’s individually and exclusively. There are 3 main races in Malaysia , mainly Malay , Chinese and Indian. Besides that, there are also other minority...
ethnocentrism. It is almost impossible to be objective about one’s culture and, in this sense, ethnocentrism can be a source of social solidarity and unity. However, ethnocentrism can also be a source of hostility, prejudice and conflict between groups. Also ethnocentrism can be a force of resistance to...
UK has consistently resisted integration into the European Community, a fact many scholars agree upon, even though it is a member of the European Union. This paper aims to offer a more detailed contextualization for the United Kingdom’s resistance to greater integration, focusing in particular on the...
The aim of this report is to evaluate “national school” concept in achieve Malaysian
national identity. A total of 7 respondents were randomly selected for this study. The
respondent consist the head teacher and 6 teacher of different ethnicity and years of
teaching experience. An interview...
FEDERAL CHARACTER AS A RECIPE FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION:
THE NIGERIAN PARADOX.
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE,
UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
The problem of representational equity in Nigeria started with the problem of an unequal North-South...
mode of dressing is similar when compared
Effort of national integration: these are the method the government in power adopted to foster national (unity integration in Nigeria. The ways are:
1) National symbols: this is the symbol of a country to show the people...
1. RUKUN NEGARA: THE NATIONAL IDEOLOGY
4.1.1 The Background of Rukun Negara
|Date |Incidence/Instrument |Notes |
|13 May 1969 |Racial clash erupted ...
Integration, as a step of merger and acquisition process can be referred to as combination of two companies into a whole new entity in which a blend of people come under the same roof and share the same corporate culture. The new set of values and ethos can be either that of the acquiring...
When President Obama came into office, one of the first things he did was appoint Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, a bioethicist at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), as chief special adviser on health issues. Soon after, an internal discussion was advanced about the future direction...
How was it formed?
What does it stand for?
Policies: How does it work?
Effects: What are its benefits?
IV. EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
More on Integration
So why continue to expand?
History and background
Europe is the kind of continent...
2. The Emerge of the European Union 32
3. European Nationalism: Transnational Integration 36
3.1. International Relations perspectives 36
3.2. Nationalism and Transnationalism 40
4. The future of Europe: National debates 46
4.1. The EU: State of Nations or Nation-State? 47
4.2. The European...
discuss factors that bind it together as well as factors that work against unity.
EUROPE : UNITED IN ITS DIVERSITY
The term 'Europe' has gradually developed throughout History, which makes it hard to define it. One geographical definition could be : 'A continent of the northern...
CPPS Policy Factsheet:
CPPS is pleased to bring to you its “CPPS Policy Fact Sheet” on national unity. In this factsheet, we will look at government policies which affect
national unity and explore their effects on social cohesion and integrity in Malaysia.
BACKGROUND Malaysia is...
MULTILINGUAL/MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL UNITY
OGUNYEMI KEHINDE OLUFEMI
MULTILINGUALISM AND MULTICULTURALISM
Multilingualism and multiculturalism are two similar concepts with only a thin line separating them. According to Ajulo (2008) multilingualism...
of music seems to be the common thread that creates a bond throughout every generation, and in turn, music is attached to and is frequently used to define an era. “The impact of music is impossible to measure” (Vivian, pg. 254). A musical timeline holds and transports the details of significant events...
International Journal of Humanities and Social Science
Vol. 2 No. 1; January 2012
The Malaysian Experience in Developing National Identity, Multicultural Tolerance and Understanding through Teaching Curricula: Lessons Learned and Possible Applications in the Jordanian Context
Dr. Fakhri R. Khader...
structure of the Army. What Forces make up the Army?
One Regular Army and two Reserve Components: the Regular Army, the Army Reserve, and the
Army National Guard of the United States. Army Civilians support all three components.
What is the function of the Operating Force?
Operating forces consist...
Unifying Force? p. 3
3. Contesting the Clash of Civilizations: Genocide and Multiculturalism p. 5
4. The Applicability of Huntington: Unity in Diversity p. 6
List of References p. 8
Facing the preceding worldwide terrorist attacks, different approaches...
each of them wrote. Their thoughts thoroughly address the interconnections that are constantly increasing throughout the world, which has come to define the word of globalization and the modern world as a whole. They analyzed the idea of globalization much more than other scholars, and instead of discussing...
International Journal of Humanities and Social Science
Vol. 2 No. 1; January 2012
The Malaysian Experience in Developing National Identity, Multicultural Tolerance and
Understanding through Teaching Curricula: Lessons Learned and Possible Applications
in the Jordanian Context
Dr. Fakhri R. Khader
question above, it is worth mentioning that the two key points that this essay will analyse [the EU and the notion of sovereignty] are both really hard to define from just one point of view, therefore different theories will be taken into account to give a complete and fulfilling outlook of the effect that the...
of Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs
NATIONAL COHESION AND INTEGRATION POLICY
Table of Contents
Abbreviations and Acronyms 1
1 Preamble 2
1.1 Background 2
1.2 Rationale for National Cohesion and Integration Policy 3
small business. Some of which are described in the following paragraph:
Unity of Individuals and the Organization
The strength of small business is that individual employees retain their personal identities, yet support the unity of the organization. Employees understand and commit themselves to corporate...
French nation-state. This is partly a response to containing the growth of regionalism and is itself a tacit recognition that total assimilation of national minorities never occurred, even in France. Globalisation has also served to increase cultural interaction. This paper is divided into three sections...
the bus boycott was gaining momentum, King was gaining national publicity. The resulting success of the Montgomery bus boycott made King a national hero for African Americans.
Dr. King’s 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail inspired a growing national civil rights movement. In Birmingham, his goal was to...
to what it wants to achieve (National Interests) and what
it is capable of doing (Potential Power). These are the basic determinants which shape the
policies and actions of a state. Once a state has been recognized on an international forum, it
aims at defining a national purpose, and this purpose ultimately...