Esei ini membincangkan bagaimana Kajian Asia Tenggara, sebagai satu bentuk ilmu pengetahuan, masih dikongkong oleh ruang negara-bangsa dalam rantau berkenaan. Cabaran dan kontradiksi yang timbul dalam proses ini akan dibincangkan berdasarkan pengalaman Malaysia. Comparison studies on performance of high energy efficiency (EFF1 cemep standard) and low energy efficiency motors (EFF3 cemep standard). Introduction This essay is advancing an argument that although ICT has made knowledge in general more accessible to a wider audience in larger volume and quicker than ever before, ironically, its production, especially, in the field of social sciences and humanities, is increasingly trapped in its `dividedness' because it is organized usually within the `nation-state' thus giving rise to what could be called `methodological nationalism', in which universal social issues are studied and elaborated in the micro-context of a nationstate, not as universal social issues unimpeded by the physical and ideational boundaries of historically and artificially constructed nation-states.
It has implications, too, in the area of resource accumulation and maintenance, especially, in the organizational sphere, and a Malaysian experience shall be presented to provide a brief empirical elaboration.*Shamsul A.
B., BA, MA (Malaya), Ph D (Monash, Australia), is Professor of Social Anthropology and currently Director of both The Institute of the Malay World & Civilization (ATMA) and the newly established Institute of Occidental Studies (IKON), The National University of Malaysia (UKM).
He researches, writes and lectures, for the last 25 years on the theme "politics, culture and economic development", with an empirical focus on Southeast Asia. He is also a frequent social commentator on Malaysian current affairs for the BBC, ABC, CBNC, Radio Singapore International and Malaysian TV3, RTM1 and NTV7.
He also writes for Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong), Economic & Political Weekly (India), Asian Wall Street Journal and a number of Malaysian dailies and weeklies.1 Analyzing Southeast Asia as a Form of Knowledge Society is both real and imagined.
KEKAL ABADIBuletin Perpustakaan Universiti Malaya University of Malaya Library Bulletin Vol. 2 December 2004 ISSN 0127-2578University of Malaya Library 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 603-7956 7800 Fax: 603-7957 3661 URL: of Malaya Library Digitally signed by University of Malaya Library DN: cn=University of Malaya Library, c=MY, o=University of Malaya, email=query_perpustakaan @my Reason: I have reviewed this document Date: 20 +08'00' Lembaga Pengarang / Editorial Board (2004) Azrizal Ismail, Datin Adlina Norliz Razali, Janaki Sinnasamy, Maziah Salleh, Noraslinda Sanusi, Ratnawati Sari Mohd Amin, Zahril Shahida Ahmad, Zanaria Saupi Udin Penyelaras / Coordinator Tunku Noraidah Tuanku Abdul Rahman Penasihat / Adviser Noriyah Md Nor, Ketua Pustakawan / Chief Librarian Desktop Publishing Zanaria Saupi Udin Penerbit / Publisher Perpustakaan Universiti Malaya 50603, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Telefon / Telephone 603-79673206, 603-79675887, 603-79578058, 603-79567800 Fax 603-79573661 Emel/E-mail [email protected] URL / Printer Jabatan Penerbitan, Universiti Malaya 50603, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. 23 Issue 1 June 2004 ISSN 0127- 2578KANDUNGAN / CONTENTSAccountability in Library Management : Issues and Strategies for the 21st Century Laporan Persidangan Conference Reports Ulasan Buku Book Reviews Kertas Kerja Persidangan Conference Papers Berita Ringkas News in Brief Hal Ehwal Staf Staff Matters11522247576 Kekal Abadi 23 (2) 2004KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION, RESOURCE ACCUMULATION, MAINTENANCE AND ACCESS: A SOUTHEAST ASIAN EXPERIENCEShamsul A. The effect of increment sizes on computation of localisation in strain softening geomaterials. Regression analysis of air conditioners in Malaysia. Reflection of urbanization effects on hydrologic modeling of Batu River catchment. A computer study of groundwater flow through a single clay liner. Flexural behavior of RC beams strengthened by ferrocement laminate. Knowledge base system for body composition study using bioimpedance analysis. To be included in the mailing list, please send name of organization and address to [email protected] with the word subscribe in the subject line. B.* Director of Institute of the Malay World & Civilization (ATMA) Director of Institute of Occidental Studies (IKON)Abstract The general argument advanced since the advent of ICT globally is that it has made knowledge more accessible to a wider public in super quick time. Contribution of articles relating to the library science discipline are welcome subject to the approval of the Editorial Board. While this is true, it is also a fact that the way knowledge is organized is still very much in the mould of nation-states because it is produced and reproduced as well as consumed in the said mould. Vision based automatic steering control using a PID controller. The effect of boundary size in rough wall analysis of localisation problem. Analysis of brake specific fuel consumption in a turbocharged diesel engine using response surface methodology. This essay discusses how, despite the presence of ICT, this still happens in the context of Southeast Asian studies, which is essentially a form of knowledge in itself. The challenges and contradictions this process has produced is discussed and analyzed with examples from a Malaysian experience. An expert system for user assisted solar cell system selection. Abstrak Sejak Teknologi Maklumat dan Komunikasi atau ICT diperkenalkan secara global, akses terhadap ilmu pengetahuan telah berlaku dengan pantas kepada audien yang lebih luas.