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This document, a summary of a master's thesis in extension education, analyzes the relationship of selected factors with the academic performance of Malaysian students enrolled at Louisiana State University. Data were collected by mail questionnaire from all Malaysian students with a diploma in agriculture who were enrolled at the university in fall 1973.
The present study examined the best available evidence regarding energy and macronutrient intake during adulthood (age 19 to 59 years) in Malaysia and assessed whether intakes adhere to national recommendations, in order to develop recommendations for dietary improvement based on population consumption patterns. A literature review and meta-analysis evaluated intake based on the following.
Title: Gender, modernity and the nation in Malaysian literature and film (1980s and 1990s) Creator: Khoo, Gaik Cheng: Date Issued: 1999: Description: This dissertation examines the impact of modernity, in the form of modernization, rapid industrialization and the introduction of Western ideas about nationalism and female emancipation, on gender and gender relations in contemporary Malaysian.