ASIEN. The German Journal on Contemporary Asia. July 2006, 100

"The vast volume of empirical material is impressive, making the articles vivid and illustrative.  Furthermore, the analysis of the portrayal of women in movies and newspapers and the confrontation of women with these representations …is very illuminating.

"The vast volume of empirical material is impressive, making the articles vivid and illustrative.  Furthermore, the analysis of the portrayal of women in movies and newspapers and the confrontation of women with these representations …is very illuminating.

…This collection undoubtedly provides useful insights into the modernization of male and female behavioural patterns in a Southeast Asian context of Confucianism, patrilineage and Communism."

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