The sociology of agricultural development in West Malaysia: an analysis of peasant producers' rural-rural migration within the context of integrated agricultural development setting [thesis]

Mohd. Isa Bin Haji Bakar
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doi:10.31274/rtd-180813-5730 fatcat:2j3zuahlfzborpglr67izspvnq