volume 35, issue 4, P155-171 2019
DOI: 10.17576/jkmjc-2019-3504-10
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Abstract: Although the diversity of Malaysian pluralistic sociocultural society may present itself as a challenge in the maintenance of ethnic relations, it can perhaps be transformed, nevertheless, into a critical resource for graduate employability. Formal qualifications aside, Malaysian local graduates should be asking themselves whether they have the civic capacity and universal prerequisites as 'glocalised' employees of the future. In this paper, we will attempt to situate the discourse of employability within an e…

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