Harvard:
Barnard, T.P. 2001, "Rules for rulers: Obscure texts, authority, and policing in two Malay states", in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 211.
APA:
Barnard, T.P. (2001). Rules for rulers: Obscure texts, authority, and policing in two Malay states. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 32 (2) , 211.
Chicago:
Barnard, Timothy P. 2001. "Rules For Rulers: Obscure Texts, Authority, and Policing in Two Malay States." In Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 32 , no. 2: 211.
MLA:
Barnard, Timothy P. "Rules For Rulers: Obscure Texts, Authority, and Policing in Two Malay States." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 32.2 (2001): 211.
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@article{barnard2001rules,
  title = {Rules for rulers: Obscure texts, authority, and policing in two Malay states},
  author = {BARNARD, Timothy P},
  journal = {Journal of Southeast Asian Studies},
  year = {2001},
  month = {Jun},
  volume = {32},
  number = {2},
  pages = {211},
  keywords = {History|Police|Political power|Regulation|Studies|Political systems},
  abstract = {Police manuals produced in the Siak and Riau-Lingga sultanates during the 1890s reveal something of the concerns of each society in an early stage of colonial state formation, and how they dealt with changing understandings of crime and punishment.  Despite their many similarities, the manuals show that each Malay state had a distinctive character, and differed in its approach to issues of modernization.},
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}