Jasmin Lorch

The (re)emergence of civil society in areas of state weakness: the case of education in Burma/Myanmar

in: Monique Skidmore / Trevor Wilson (eds.), Dictatorship, disorder and decline in Myanmar, Canberra: ANU E-Press, 2008, 151-176
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978-192-153-632-8 / eISBN: 978-192-153-633-5
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