A Reflection of National Integration Process and the Role of Media in Malaysia

Chang Peng Kee, Kho Suet Nie

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National integration is an ongoing process in Malaysia since independence. Media are found to play an important role to enhance the process, especially in disseminating government policies. This paper takes a glimpse for a reflection of the past and to emulate the present 1Malaysia roadmap for national integration. In this respect, journalistic professionalism was mentioned as to how media really play the role to unite the nation.

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