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Turner, S. (2003) Indonesia’s Small Entrepreneurs: Trading on the Margins. RoutledgeCurzon, London. [ISBN 0 7007 1569 X]

Dominique Caouette and Sarah Turner (editors) (2009) Agrarian Angst and Rural Resistance in Contemporary Southeast Asia. Routledge, London. [ISBN 978-0-415-68195-7]

Turner, S. editor. (2013) Red Stamps and Gold Stars: Fieldwork Dilemmas in upland Socialist Asia. UBC Press, Vancouver. [ISBN: 9780774824934]

Turner, S., C. Bonnin and J. Michaud (2015) Frontier Livelihoods. Hmong in the Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands. University of Washington Press, Seattle.[ISBN: 9780295994666]

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

[For edited special issues and book chapters – please scroll down]

S.Turner and T-T-H Pham (in press) The territorialization of Vietnam’s northern upland frontier: Migrant motivations and misgivings from World War Two until today. Migration and Society.

Derks, A., S. Turner and Ngô Thúy Hạnh, (in press) Bastard Spice or Champagne of Cinnamon? Conflicting Creation of Value Along Cinnamon Commodity Chains in Northern Vietnam. Development and Change.

Sarah Turner, Mélie Monnerat, and Patrick Slack (2019) Spice Trade 3.0: Exploring the Modern Spice Trade in Vietnam’s Northern Frontier. Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies, 19, (4), 98–105.

Turner, S., A. Derks, and Ngô Thúy Hạnh 2019: Flex crops or flex livelihoods? The story of a volatile commodity chain in upland northern Vietnam. Journal of Peasant Studies, 46 (2), 276-296.

The Editors, 2019. The future of scholarly publishing: paywalls and profits or a new plan? Geoforum, 102, 1-4.

Rousseau J.F., S. Turner and Y. Xu, 2019. Cardamom Casualties: Extreme Weather Events and Ethnic Minority Livelihood Vulnerability in the Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands. Climate, 7 (1), 1-15.

Turner S. and J. Michaud 2019: Intergenerational strategies: The successes and failures of a Thai family’s approach to labour migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 45. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2018.1544487

Henein, Y. T-T-H Pham, and S. Turner 2019: A small upland city gets a big make-over: Local responses to state ‘modernity’ plans for Lao Cai, Vietnam. Urban Studies. 56 (16), 3432-3449

Turner, S., and Ngô Thúy Hạnh, 2019: Contesting socialist state visions for modern mobilities: Informal motorbike taxi drivers’ struggles and strategies on Hanoi’s streets, Vietnam. International Development Planning Review, 41(1), 43-61.

Rousseau, J.F. and Turner, S. 2018: Not at all costs: Frontier modernization schemes and ethnic minority livelihood debates in the Sino-Vietnamese borderlands. Verge – Studies in Global Asias, 4 (1), 133-159.

Michaud, J. and S. Turner, 2017: Reaching new heights. State legibility in Sa Pa, a Vietnam hill station. Annals of Tourism Research. 66: 37-48.

Delisle, S. and S. Turner 2016:‘The weather is like the game we play’: Coping and adaptation strategies for extreme weather events among ethnic minority groups in upland northern Vietnam. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, doi: 10.1111/apv.12131.

Michaud, J. and S. Turner 2016: Tonkin’s uplands at the turn of the 20th century: Colonial military enclosure and local livelihood effects. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 57 (2), 154-167.

Turner, S. and Michaud, J. 2016: Sinh kế nơi biên cương: Sự thích ứng của người Hmông ở vùng biên giới Việt-Trung.[Frontier Livelihoods: Hmong resilience in the Sino-Vietnamese borderlands]. In: Nguyễn Văn Sửu, Lâm Bá Nam, Vương Xuân Tình, Nguyễn Văn Huy (editors) Nhân Học Ở Việt Nam: Lịch Sử, Hiện Trạng Và Triển Vọng [Anthropology in Vietnam: History, Current Status and prospects]. Nhà xuất bản Tri thức, Hanoi, pp315-333.

Kyeyune, V. and S. Turner 2016: Yielding to high yields? Critiquing food security definitions and policy implications for ethnic minority livelihoods in upland Vietnam. Geoforum, 71, 33–43.

Eidse, N., S. Turner, and N. Oswin, 2016: Contesting Street Spaces in a Socialist City: Itinerant Vending-Scapes and the Everyday Politics of Mobility in Hanoi, Vietnam. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 106 (2) 340–349.

Turner, S., T.Kettig, Đinh Thị Diệu, and Phạm Văn Cự, 2016: State Livelihood Planning and Legibility in Vietnam’s Northern Borderlands: The “Rightful Criticisms” of Local Officials. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 46 (1) 42-70.

Turner, S. and T. T. H. Pham, 2015: “Nothing Is Like It Was Before”: The Dynamics between Land-Use and Land-Cover, and Livelihood Strategies in the Northern Vietnam Borderlands. Land, 4 (4), 1030-1059.

Turner, S. and N. Oswin, 2015: Itinerant livelihoods: Street vending-scapes and the politics of mobility in upland socialist Vietnam. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 36 (3), 394-410.

See also: “Editorial: Prize-winning papers for 2015 and the continuing value of geographical diversity” Tim Bunnell and Xi Xi Lu

Filep, C., M. Thompson-Fawcett, S. Fitzsimons, and S. Turner, 2015: Reaching revelatory places: The role of solicited diaries in extending research on emotional geographies into the unfamiliar. Area, 47 (4), 459-465.

Pham, T.T.H., S.Turner and K. Trincsi, 2015: Applying a Systematic Review to Land Use Land Cover Change in Northern Upland Vietnam: the Missing Case of the Borderlands. Geographical Research, 53 (4), 419-435.

Li, Ya Juan, S.Turner and Cui Haiyang,  2015: Confrontations and concessions: An everyday politics of tourism in three ethnic minority villages, Guizhou province, China. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change.

Mackenzie, C. A., J. Christensen and S. Turner, 2015: Advocating beyond the academy: dilemmas of communicating relevant research results. Qualitative Research, 15 (1) 105–121

Champalle, Clara and Sarah Turner, 2014: Cash Crops and Climate Shocks: Flexible Livelihoods and Food Security in Southeast Yunnan, ChinaChinese Journal of Applied Anthropology, 3 (1) 47-78.

Trincsi, K., H. Pham, and S. Turner 2014: Mapping mountain diversity:  Ethnic minorities and land use land cover change in Vietnam’s borderlands. Land Use Policy, 41, 484-497.

Eidse, N. and S. Turner, 2014: Doing resistance their own way: counter-narratives of street vending in Hanoi, Vietnam through solicited journalingArea, 46 (3), 242-248.

Bonnin, C. and S. Turner, 2014b: Remaking Markets in the Mountains: Integration, trader agency and resistance in upland northern Vietnam. Journal of Peasant Studies, 41 (3), 321-342.

Bonnin, C. and S. Turner, 2014a: ’A good wife stays home’. Gendered negotiations over state agricultural programmes and food security, upland Vietnam. Gender, Place and Culture, 21 (10), 1302-1320.

Zhang, J., H. Pham, M. Kalacska and S. Turner, 2014: Using Landsat Thematic Mapper records to map land cover change and the impacts of reforestation programmes in the borderlands of southeast Yunnan, China: 1990-2010. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 31, 25-36.

Gerber, J. S. Turner and L. Milgram, 2014: Food provisioning and wholesale agricultural commodity chains in northern Vietnam. Human Organization, 73 (1), 50-61.

Mackenzie, C. A., B. Ricker, J. Christensen, E. Heller, E. Kagan, P. M. Osano, L. Long and S. Turner, 2013: Dear Diary Revisited: Reflecting on collaborative journaling. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 37 (4), 480-486.

Turner, S. 2013: Red stamps and green tea: Fieldwork negotiations and dilemmas in the Sino-Vietnamese borderlands. Area, 45 (4), 396-402.

Turner, S. 2013: Under the state’s gaze: Upland trading-scapes on the Sino-Vietnamese border. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 34 (1), 9-24.

Turner, S. 2012: Making a living the Hmong way: an actor-oriented livelihoods approach to everyday politics and resistance in upland Vietnam. Annals of the Association of American Geographers,102 (2), 403-422.

Turner, S. 2012: ‘Forever Hmong’: ethnic minority livelihoods and agrarian transition in upland northern Vietnam. Professional Geographer, 64 (4), 540-553.

Bonnin, C. and S. Turner, 2012: At What Price Rice? Food Security, Livelihood Vulnerability, and State Interventions in Upland Northern Vietnam. Geoforum, 43 (1), 95-105.

Turner, S. and L. Schoenberger, 2012: Street vendor livelihoods and everyday politics in Hanoi, Vietnam: the seeds of a diverse economy? Urban Studies, 49 (5), 1027-1044

Turner, S, and C. Bonnin, 2011: Livelihood Vulnerability and Food Security among Upland Ethnic Minorities in Northern Vietnam. Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies, 26 (1-2): 308-314.

Heller, E., J.Christensen, L.Long, C.A. Mackenzie, P. M. Osano, B.Ricker, E.Kagan, and S.Turner, 2011: Dear Diary: Early career geographers collectively reflect on their qualitative field research experiencesJournal of Geography in Higher Education. 35 (1), 67-83.* Awarded Journal of Geography in Higher Education Biennial Prize 2009-2011.

Turner, S. 2010: Challenges and dilemmas: fieldwork with upland minorities in socialist Vietnam, Laos and southwest China. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 51 (2), 121-134.

Turner, S. 2010: The silenced assistant: reflections of invisible interpreters and research assistantsAsia Pacific Viewpoint, 51 (2), 206-219.

Turner, S. 2010: Borderlands and border narratives: a longitudinal study of challenges and opportunities for local traders shaped by the Sino-Vietnamese border. Journal of Global History, 5, 265-287.

Tugault-Lafleur, C. and S. Turner 2009: ‘The Price of Spice: Ethnic Minority Livelihoods and Cardamom Commodity Chains in Upland Northern Vietnam‘. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 30, 388-403.

Turner, S. and D. Caouette 2009: ‘Agrarian Angst: Rural Resistance in Southeast Asia‘. Geography Compass, 3, 950-975.

Turner, S. 2009: ‘Hanoi’s Ancient Quarter: Resilient Traders in a Rapidly Transforming City.’ Urban Studies, 46 (5&6) 1203–1221.

Coen, S.E., N.A. Ross and S. Turner 2008: ‘“Without tiendas it’s a dead neighbourhood”: the socio-economic importance of small trade stores in Cochabamba, Bolivia’. Cities, 25, 327–39.

Dressler, W. and S. Turner 2008: ‘The Persistence of Social Differentiation in the Philippine Uplands‘.The Journal of Development Studies, 44 (10), 1450-73.

Schoenberger, L and S. Turner 2008: ‘Negotiating Remote Borderland Access: Small-Scale Trade on the Vietnam – China Border.Development and Change, 39 (4), 667–96.

Turner, S. and J. Michaud 2008: ‘Imaginative and Adaptive Economic Strategies for Hmong Livelihoods in Lào Cai Province, Northern Vietnam.’ Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 3 (3), 158-90.

Turner, S. and S.E. Coen 2008: ‘Member checking in human geography: interpreting divergent understandings of performativity in a student space.’ Area, 40 (2), 184-93.

Turner, S. 2007: Trading Old Textiles: the Selective Diversification of Highland Livelihoods in Northern Vietnam. Human Organization, 66 (4), 389-404.

Turner, S. 2007: Small-Scale Enterprise Livelihoods and Social Capital in Eastern Indonesia: Ethnic Embeddedness and Exclusion. Professional Geographer, 59 (4), 407-20.

Turner , S. and D. Manderson 2007: Socialisation in a Space of Law: Student Performativity at ‘Coffee House’ in a University Law Faculty. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 25 (5), 761-82.

Turner, S. and P. Allen. 2007: Chinese Indonesians in a Rapidly Changing Nation: Pressures of Ethnicity and Identity. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 48 (1), 112-27.

Hainsworth, G., S. Turner and D. Webster. 2007: Indonesia’s Democratic Struggle: Reformasi, Otonomi and Participasi. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 48 (1), 41-6.

DaCosta, E. and S. Turner 2007: Negotiating Changing Livelihoods: the Sampan Dwellers of Tam Giang Lagoon, Viet Nam. Geoforum, 38, 190-206.

Crack, S. Turner, S., and B. Heenan, 2007: The Changing Face of Voluntary Welfare Service Provision in New Zealand. Health and Place, 13, 188-204.

Manderson, D. and S. Turner, 2006: Coffee House: habitus and performativity amongst law studentsLaw and Social Inquiry. 31 (3), 649-76.

Michaud, J. and S. Turner, 2006: Contending Visions of Sa Pa, A Hill-Station in Viet Nam. Annals of Tourism Research, 33 (3), 785-808.

Turner, S. and A. P. Nguyen, 2005: Young Entrepreneurs, Social Capital and Doi Moi in Hanoi, VietnamUrban Studies, 42 (10), 1-18.

Turner, S. 2005: Nascent Market Capitalism Under Question: Interpretations of Success Amongst Makassar Entrepreneurs. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 96 (3), 264-74.

Michaud, J., S. Turner, and Y. Roche, 2004: Mapping ethnic diversity in highland Northern Vietnam. GeoJournal, 57 (4), 281-99. Mapping Ethnic Diversity in Highland Northern Vietnam link for maps.

Turner, S. 2003: Speaking Out: Chinese Indonesians After Suharto. Asian Ethnicity, 4 (3), 337-52.

Michaud, J. and Turner, S. 2003: Tribulations d’un marché de montagne. Sapa, province de Lao Cai, Vietnam. Études rurales, n° 165-166, janvier-juin. 53-80.

Seymour, R. and Turner. S. 2002: Local People’s Expectations of Indonesia’s Regional Autonomy Programme. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 4 (2), Dec, 33-51.

Turner, S. 2002: Scrutinising Change in Island Southeast Asia. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 4 (2), Dec, 5-7.

Turner, S. 2000: Globalisation, the Economic Crisis, and Small Enterprises in Makassar, Indonesia: Focusing on the Local Dimensions. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 21 (3), 336-54.

Turner, S. 2000: Small Scale Enterprises in Ujung Pandang, Indonesia: Flexible Specialisation at WorkNew Zealand Geographer, 56 (2), 5-12.

Hardy, A. and S. Turner, S. 2000: Editorial: Migration, Markets and Social Change in the Highlands of Vietnam. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 41 (1), 1-6.

Michaud, J. and Turner, S. 2000: The Sa Pa Marketplace, Lao Cai Province, Vietnam. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 41 (1), 85-100.

GUEST EDITOR, SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS:

Turner, S. and S. Daviau (Guest Editors) 2010: Challenges and dilemmas: fieldwork with upland minorities in socialist Vietnam, Laos and southwest China. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 51 (2).

Hainsworth, G., S. Turner, and D. Webster. (Guest Editors) 2007: Special Issue. ‘Indonesia in the New Millennium: Securing Democracy and National Unity’. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 48 (1).

Allen, P. and S. Turner (Guest Editors) 2003: Special Issue. ‘Speaking Out: Chinese Indonesians After Suharto’. Asian Ethnicity, October 2003.

Turner, S. (Guest Editor) 2002: Special Issue. Scrutinising Change in Island Southeast Asia. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 4 (2), Dec.

Turner, S., Hardy, A. and Michaud, J. (Guest Editors) 2000: Special Issue. Migration, Markets and Social Change in the Highlands of Vietnam. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 41 (1).

ENCYCLOPAEDIA ENTRIES:

Turner, S. 2017:‘Livelihoods‘ In D. Richardson, editor-in-chief, The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Turner S. 2009: ‘Informal economy’ In Kitchin R, Thrift N, eds, International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 3, pp. 367–371. Oxford: Elsevier.

Turner, S. 2008: ‘Land tenure and land use, Southeast Asia’. In P. N. Stearns, editor-in-chief, Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World. Oxford University Press.

Turner, S. 2004: ‘Asian Development Bank’ (pp 27-28), ‘Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (p28), ‘Flexible Specialisation’ (pp 243-244). In T. Forsyth, ed., Routledge Encyclopedia of International Development. London, Routledge. ISBN: 041525342X.

BOOK CHAPTERS:

Turner, S. (in press) Ch. 14 “Where I went today…”: Solicited Journals and Narrative Mapping. Iain Hay and Meagan Cope (eds) Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography. Oxford University Press.

Turner, S., A. Adenwala  and C. Zuberec (in press) Vulnerability and resilience on the streets: Interrogating intersectionality amongst Southeast Asia’s street vendors. K. Ruwanpura and S. Huang (eds) Handbook of Gender in Asia. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Turner, S. and C. Bonnin, 2019. “Us women know more about rice seeds”: Ethnic minority food security in upland northern Vietnam and the gendered implications of hybrid rice programmes. In: T. Devasahayam, (ed.) Ensuring a Square Meal: Women and Food Security in Southeast Asia. Singapore: World Scientific Press, pp.103-122.

MacKenzie, J. Christensen, and S. Turner, 2018. Returning research results: A means for ‘giving back’ and advocating beyond the academy. In: Douglas Herman (ed.) Giving Back. Research and Reciprocity in Indigenous Settings. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, pp.245-263.

Turner, S. 2018. “Run and hide when you see the police”: Livelihood contestations and the politics of the street economy in Vietnam’s northern uplands. In: Kirsten Endres and Ann Marie Leshkowich (eds) Traders in motion: Networks, identities, and contestations in the Vietnamese marketplace. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, pp.41-54.

Turner, S. 2017: Ethnic minorities, indigenous groups and development tensions. In A. McGregor, L. Law, F. Miller (eds) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Development. Routledge: London. Chapter 18.

Turner, S. 2017. A fortuitous frontier opportunity. Cardamom livelihoods in the Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands. In D. Smyer Yü and J.Michaud (eds) Trans-Himalayan Borderlands Livelihoods, Territorialities, Modernities.Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, pp 263-284.

Eidse, N., S. Turner and N. Oswin, 2017. Contesting Street Spaces in a Socialist City: Itinerant Vending-Scapes and the Everyday Politics of Mobility in Hanoi, Vietnam. In: Mei-Po Kwan and Tim Schwanen (eds) Geographies of Mobility. Recent advances in theory and method. Chapter 10. Routledge: London.

Turner, S. and Michaud, J. 2016. Sinh kế nơi biên cương: Sự thích ứng của người Hmông ở vùng biên giới Việt-Trung.[Frontier Livelihoods: Hmong resilience in the Sino-Vietnamese borderlands]. In: Nguyễn Văn Sửu, Lâm Bá Nam, Vương Xuân Tình, Nguyễn Văn Huy (editors) Nhân Học Ở Việt Nam: Lịch Sử, Hiện Trạng Và Triển Vọng [Anthropology in Vietnam: History, Current Status and prospects]. Nhà xuất bản Tri thức, Hanoi, pp.315-333.

Turner, S. 2014. Appropriate space? An everyday politics of street vendor negotiations in Hanoi, Vietnam. In: Street Economies, Politics and Social Movements in the Urban Global South. K. Tranberg Hansen, W. Little, and L. Milgram, eds, School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe pp 137-156.

Turner, S. 2013. Dilemmas and Detours: Fieldwork with Ethnic Minorities in Upland Southwest China, Vietnam, and Laos. In S. Turner (ed) Red Stamps and Gold Stars: Fieldwork Dilemmas in Upland Socialist Asia. UBC Press, Vancouver pp 1-21.

Turner, S. 2013. The Silenced Research Assistant Speaks Her Mind. In S. Turner (ed) Red Stamps and Gold Stars: Fieldwork Dilemmas in Upland Socialist Asia. UBC Press, Vancouver pp. 220-239.

Turner, S. 2013. Red Stamps and Gold Stars on the Margins. In S. Turner (ed) Red Stamps and Gold Stars: Fieldwork Dilemmas in Upland Socialist Asia. UBC Press, Vancouver pp. 279-285.

Turner, S. and C. Bonnin 2012. It doesn’t taste right: Hybrid rice and everyday politics in the northern Vietnam uplands. In: Revisiting Rural Places: pathways to poverty and prosperity in Southeast Asia. Jonathan Rigg and Peter Vandergeest, eds, National Unviersity of Singapore Press, Singapore.

Turner, S. and Michaud, J. 2011 ‘Imaginative and Adaptive Economic Strategies for Hmong Livelihoods in Lào Cai Province, Northern Vietnam’ Ch5. in P. Taylor (ed.) Minorities at Large: New Approaches to Minority Ethnicity in Vietnam, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies: Singapore. [reprint of Journal of Vietnamese Studies article]

Tugault-Lafleur, C. and S. Turner 2011. Of Rice And Spice: Hmong Livelihoods And Diversification in the Northern Vietnam Uplands. In Moving Mountains. Ethnicity and Livelihoods in Highland China, Vietnam and Laos, eds. J. Michaud and T. Forsyth, 100-122. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Chapters 1 (Turner and Caouette); 2 (Caouette and Turner) and 3 (Turner and Michaud) in edited volume (see above ‘Books’) 2009: Agrarian Angst and Rural Resistance in Southeast Asia.

Allen, P and Turner S, 2007: Menegosiasi Identitas: Orang Tionghoa di Indonesia Pasca-Suharto [Negotiating Identity: Chinese Indonesians in Post-Suharto Indonesia]. In Drama Indonesia: Ketidakpastian dalam Dunia yang Mengglobal. [ Indonesian Drama: Uncertainty in a Globalizing World ] G. Hainsworth, and B. Setiawan ed. Jogyakarta, University Gadjah Mada Press. pp 267-84 [Indonesian Cetakan pertama no.(equiv. to ISBN) 1389.73.03.07]

Turner, S. and Turner. B. 2003: On the margins in New Zealand Society. In Towards Sustainable Settlements: A New Zealand Perspective. C. Freeman and M. Thompson-Fawcett, eds., Dunedin: Otago University Press. pp. 71-94. [ISBN 1877276456]

Turner, S. and Seymour. R. 2002: Ethnic Chinese and the Indonesian Crisis. In Nations under Siege: Globalisation and Nationalism in Asia. R. Starrs, ed., New York: Palgrave, Macmillan Press, pp.169-94.

Turner, S. 2000: Small-Scale Enterprises in Indonesia. In Small Enterprise Development. The Experience of the South and the North. P.M.Mathew, ed., New Delhi: Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., pp. 121-136. [ISBN 81 204 1429 2]

Turner, S. 2000: Surviving the Asian Crisis: Small Scale Enterprises in Ujung Pandang, Indonesia. InGlobalisation and the Asian Economic Crisis: Indigenous Responses, Coping Strategies, and Governance Reform in Southeast Asia. G. Hainsworth, ed., Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, pp. 301-20. [ISBN 0 88865 738 2]

Michaud, J. and Turner, S. 2000: Trading Places. Change in a Highland Marketplace. Sa Pa, Lao Cai Province, Vietnam. In Globalisation and the Asian Economic Crisis: Indigenous Responses, Coping Strategies, and Governance Reform in Southeast Asia. G. Hainsworth, ed., Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, pp. 97-116. [ISBN 0 88865 738 2]

Turner, S. 1998: The Impact of Globalisation on the Informal Sector in Malaysia. In The Naga Awakens: Growth and Change in Southeast Asia. V. Savage, L. Kong and W. Neville, eds., Singapore: Times Academic Press, pp. 121-38. [ISBN 981 210 1152]

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