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DARJAT not Coming Rolling: Sky Mana should be Upheld (Malay Version)

Iqbal U*

History Programme, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

Corresponding Author:
Iqbal U
History Programme
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
National University of Malaysia
UKM 43650, Bangi Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: 60389215555
E-mail: [email protected]

Received Date: January 21, 2016 Accepted Date: February 18, 2016 Published Date: February 23, 2016

Citation: Iqbal U (2016) DARJAT not Coming Rolling: Sky Mana should be Upheld (Malay Version). J Addict Res Ther S2:008. doi:10.4172/2151-6200. S2-008

Copyright: © 2016 Iqbal U. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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Keywords

Nationalism and patriotism; Federation of Malaya; Official language; Malay language

Commentary

This book is the work of the panel of lecturers in the field of Social Sciences, School of Humanities and Communication from Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia. There are six contributors of articles namely Ku Hasnan bin Ku Halim who wrote Chapters 1 through 7 and 9, Lutfi bin Jaes who wrote Chapters 12 and 14, Siti Sarawati binti Johar who wrote Chapters 10 and 13, Khairunesa binti Isa who wrote Chapter 11, Zahrul Akmal bin Haji Damin who wrote Chapter 9 and Fauziah binti Ani who wrote chapter 8. This book is written in accordance with the content of the subjects offered by most institutions of higher learning in Malaysia either public universities or private institutions of higher learning. The issues discussed are topics that are relevant today to make reading and reference materials for students and the general public who love the country of Federation of Malaya and Malaysia. The content of this book can enhance the spirit of nationalism and patriotism. In addition, it also makes it easier to understand the meaning and filling independence and at the same time build self-esteem enhancement and appreciation of the importance of national unity [1].

The social contract is a pure collaboration and partnership between the races in Malaysia. All walks of life, the older generation and the younger generation should know, understand and appreciate the content and spirit of the social contract. The present generation should appreciate the struggle of each of the previous figures, and maintain independence enjoyed. It is not easy to achieve independence because each independence demands a great sacrifice. It has become a common thing that every Malaysian Prime Minister associated with a title that reflects the contribution that was made to a person's trade mark during his tenure as prime minister. Although the title is not official, it is visible attention and was well received by the general public without questioning the appropriateness of the title.

In Malaysia, the Malay language was hailed as a national language, official language and medium language since independence in 1957. The position of the Malay language as the national language and the official language is proclaimed in the Constitution, while the position of the Malay language as the official language specifically enacted in the Language Act 1967. As the medium language was gazetted in the Education Act 1961 and the Education Act 1996. Constitution demonstrated its power as an institution rooted in the structuring of social system in Malaysia. With these advantages has proven constitution a strong institution in the structuring of social system of the country. There is also a division of powers in the Constitution that has structured Malaysian social system. The current constitution is the result of efforts of the former, and the results can be felt today. Due to the complete contents it cannot be questioned again.

Today, we can clearly see how the reins of our country done by leaders who work as a team to ensure that each sphere of government control can be done well, could eventually generate many of the objectives that is believed achievable to the country. Therefore, what is important in the concept of teamwork in an organization is to make sure every member of the organization has the skills and different backgrounds but able to work to achieve the same objectives. Bureau pathology will arise from time to time depending on the patterns formed by the administration of a country and is a process that arises naturally or unnoticed by us. An administrator or chief of a department should be sensitive and aware of every negative thing that exists in their organization. Bureau pathology negative impact not only affects the organization of the bureaucracy even gave the impression to the people that become customer. Various government policies have been introduced and executed.

The phenomenon of abuse against children has become a scenario that has become today's nightmare in the world in general and Malaysia in particular. It shall be a duty and a social responsibility that we as citizens should rich in decency and morality to practice and further strengthen the culture of caring so people do not continue to live in the grip of a crime. Country progress should not along with the failure of society to achieve a balanced life in symmetrically. However, culture is essential to prevent stress and unhealthy lifestyles in order to obtain a lasting mental and emotional well-being. Bureaucracy and public administration have a close relationship. Bureaucracy symbolize machinery and administrative organization of a country while public administration covering all aspects of bureaucracy. The important thing in this aspect is the bureaucracy and public administration are equally concerned about the community or the public interest rather than individual interests. Development, progress and development in the public administration walking hand in hand with bureaucracy and a more efficient and modern bureaucracy lead to the development of modern society in a country.

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