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SDI's publications comprise the Sarawak Development Journal and seminar proceedings. The Sarawak Development Journal is published bi-annually focusing mainly on development issues in Sarawak. The Journal is available at SDI's office and local leading bookstores. SDI also publishes proceedings of the numerous conferences and seminars organised.

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SARAWAK DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL : VOL 2 NO.2 DEC 1999
Published Date: December 1999
 

Preface

 

Globalisation and Identity Formation in Malaysia: A Comment

By Shamsul Amri Baharuddin

 

Projek Usahahaju in the Context of Development Paradigms: A Critical Evaluation

By Callistus Fernandez

 

Ketersampaian Program Bantuan Kerajaan Bagi Pembangunan 1ndustri Kecil dan Sederhana:Kajian di Pulau Pinang

By Moha Asri Abdullah

 

Bidayuh Culture and the New Reality: The Contextual and Conceptual Framework

By Wilson Baya Dandot

 

Awareness, Perceptions and Acceptance of the New Concept for the Development of NCR Land with Special Reference to Landowners of Dijih/Sebakong, Mukah JVC Project

By Jegak Uli

 

The United States and ASEAN: Increased Security Concerns on the Eve of The 21st  Century

By Robert N. Wells Jr.

 

The Impact of Television and Radio on the Rural Iban of Sarawak, East Malaysia: An Ethnographic Report

By John Postill

 

 

 



SARAWAK DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL : VOL 2 NO.1 JUNE 1999
Editor(s):-
Published Date: June 1999
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Prospects of the Food Industry in Sarawak: A Macro Perspective

By: Wllson Baya Dandot

 

Education Challenges of the 2ISt Century: Establishing Education-Business Partnership and its Implications for the Restructuring of Schools

By: Shahri Abdul Rahman

 

Reinventing Malay Identity: Changing Identity Constructs from Pre-Colon1al, Colonial Era to the Present

By: Callistus Fernandez

 

The Inflow of Illegal Immigrants into Malaysia:

Between Policies and Constraints

By: Moha Asri Abdullah

 

Rural Information Technology for Sarawak's Development

By: Roger W. Harris

 

Good Governance and Civil Society at the Grassroots Level

By: Abdul Ghafur Shariff

 

Malaysian Urban Transport in an Asian and Global Context:

Challenges of Car and Motorcycle Domination

By: A. Rahman Paul Barter

 

Pedestrian Networks: Planning for the Pedestrian

By: Tay Eng Kee



SARAWAK DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL : VOL 1 NO.1 DEC 1998
Editor(s):-
Published Date: December 1998
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Socio-Economic Responses to Change among Iban Communities in the Bintulu Region of Sarawak, Malaysia

By Victor T. King, Michael}. G. Parnwell and David M. Taylor

 

Rural Human Resources in Sarawak and Their Patterns of Rural-Urban Migration: Implications for Training and Development Programs

By  Jegak Uli

 

Problems and Prospects Facing Bidayuh Mother Tongue Education          

By Ahi Sarok

 

Enhancing the Learning Environment of Journalism Instruction by Internet   

By  Eric Loo

 

Sarawak: Devising the New Malaysian Development Paradigm               

By Anastasia M. Ashman

 

Prospects for a Spice Industry In Sarawak                                

By Anandan Abdullah

 

Pencemaran Bunyi Bising Trafik Di Bandaraya Kuching, Sarawak              

By Zaini bin Sakawi



PROCEEDINGS OF PLANTED FORESTS IN SARAWAK: AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Editor(s)::
Published Date: February 1998
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Concerns of the Industry on Tree Plantations in Sarawak

By Barney Chan

 

Rules and Procedures for Planted Forests

By J. C. Fong

 

A Concept for Developing Native Customary Right Land for Planted Forests

By Mohamad Bolhair Reduan and Haji Abang Helmi Tan Sri Ikhwan

 

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Requirements for Planted Forests

By James Dawos Mamit

 

Guidelines for Preparing Tree Planting Plan

By H. S. Lee

 

A Review of Forest Plantation Incentives in Selected Countries

By Petteri Pihiajamaki

 

Financial Returns on Planted Forests in Malaysia

By Murray R. Barber

 

Planted Forests - Factors to be Considered in Planning

By Ryde N. James

 

Potential Exotic Species for Establishing Planted Forests

By Christopher E. Harwood

 

Planting High Quality Indigenous Species in Sarawak - What and Where?

By Simmathiri Appanah and Abd. Razak Mohd. Ali

 

The Risks of Fire in Tropical Forest Plantations and its Management and Control : A Perspective from Queensland, Australia

By M. C. Thomas and D. L Ward

 

Incidence of Insects Attacks in Planted Forests

By Abang Abdul Hamid Karim

 

Fungal Diseases in Planted Forests

By S.S. Lee

 

Experiences in Stand Establishment and Mechanised Harvesting

By Pentti Hakkila

 

Experiences in Utilising Hardwood Plantation Timbers

By Gary Waugh

 

Planted Forests In Brazil

By Ivan Tomaselli

 

Planted Forests in Sabah

By James Glyn

 



CULTURE & ENVIRONMENT: DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTURE
Editor(s)::
Published Date: October 1996
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Biodiversity and Culture: Global and Malaysian Perspectives

By Abdul Latiff Mohamed

 

Regulatory Role of the Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB) in Environmental Protection in Sarawak

By James Dawos Mamit

 

Culture and Human Aspects of Development

By Peter M. Kedit & Hood Salleh

 

Rivers and Man

By William Jinep

 

Development Strategies for the Future in the Context of Tourism

By Malcolm Jitam

 

The Physical Ecosystem and Cultural Connection: The Need for a Paradigm Shift

By Ibrahim Komoo & Mazlan Othman

 

Human Adaptation to Peat Swamps

By Kueh Hong Siong

 

Women, Community and Development

By Napsiah Mahfoz

 

Proceedings