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Language, Power, and Ideology in Brunei Darussalam: Mis Sea#99 (Ohio RIS Southeast Asia Series) Paperback – March 30, 1997


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Contrary to modern theories of developing nations, Brunei Darussalam, which has a very high rate of literacy, is also one of the few countries where the traditional elite retains absolute political power. Professor Gunn's comprehensive study, which assesses the state's efforts to implement national language policies, explores the aspects of the complex relationship between language and power including the oral tradition, the rise of Islamic literacy, print culture and mass literacy, and the electronic media and its effects.

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Gunn is professor of international relations in the Faculty of Economics at the Nagasaki University.
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