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Southeast Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal

Volume 20, Issue 1 (2020)

Southeast Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal (SEAMJ) has stepped into its 20th year in 2020.

The first issue of this 20th volume of SEAMJ brings together multiple perspectives on various topic across five articles which consider such various areas as: the signs in the linguistic landscape as markers of an ethnic group’s identity and ownership, a comparative study on motivation in foreign language learning in Brunei and Malaysian Universities, Rohingya refugee response within South Asian geo-politics, migrants in Singapore during COVID-19, and administrative reforms in South and Southeast Asia.

As SEAMJ marks its second decade of publishing (along with a fresh coat of paint), our disciplinary focus will continue to encompass the whole range of humanities, arts and social sciences, and will keep advancing knowledge on a range of areas that relate to the South East Asian region.


Editorial

COVID-19 and Southeast Asia.
AKM Ahsan Ullah.

Articles

Signs in the linguistic landscape as markers of an ethnic group’s identity and ownership.
Paolo Coluzzi.

A comparative study on motivation in foreign language learning in Brunei and Malaysian universities.
Farhana Amirah Pg Redzuan.

Rohingya refugee response encircling South Asian geo-politics: Debriefing India’s stance from Bangladesh perspective.
Santa Islam.

The grateful migrants: Indians and Bangladeshis in Singapore in times of COVID-19.
Diotima Chattoraj.

Administrative reforms in South and Southeast Asia: Enhancing the capacity for public service delivery.
Muhammad Azizuddin.

Full Issue

Southeast Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, Volume 20, Issue 1.



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