Contemporary Pacific Societies Studies in Development and Change

ISBN-10: 0131747231

ISBN-13: 9780131747234

Edition: 1st 1993

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Book details

List price: $79.80
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/16/1992
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 374
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Introduction to Contemporary Pacific Societies
The Colonial Legacy and Nation Building
Tonga's Contemporary Globalizing Strategies: Trading on Sovereignty amidst International Migration
Imagining a Nation: Race, Politics and Crisis in Post-Colonial Fiji
The Law of the State and the State of the Law in Vanuatu
New Political Statuses in American Micronesia
Welfare State Colonialism in Rural French Polynesia
Markets, Development, and Capitalism
From the Stone Age to the Age of Corporate Takeovers
Pigs, Pearlshells, and ` Women's Work`: Collective Response to Change in Highland Papua New Guinea
The Cult of Custom Meets the Search for Money in Western Samoa
The Samoan Exodus
Keeping Options Open: Copra and Fish in Rural Vanuatu
Some Pohnpei Strategies for Economic Survival
Education is Development on a Ten-Acre Island
Identity, Community, and Social Relations
Migration, Urbanization, and Rural-Urban Links: Toaripi in Port Moresby
The Historial Course of True Love in the Sepik
The Fist, the Stick, and the Bottle of Bleach: Wife Bashing and Female Suicide in a Papua New Guinea Society
A Pacific Haze: Alcohol and Drugs in Oceania
Religious Experience and Worldview
Melanesian Cargo Cults
The Brokers of the Lord: The Ministration of a Christian Faith in the Sepik Basin of Papua New Guinea
Christmas on Ujelang: The Politics of Continuity in the Context of Change
The Maori Tradition of Prophecy: Religion, History and Politics in New Zealand
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