New Politics in the South Pacific

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editorips@usp.ac.fj, 1994 - Oceania - 354 pages
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Focusses on the newer forces on the political scene within the Pacific Islands, examining the evolving impact of women in politics and relations with the wider world.
  

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Contents

Overviews
1
Political Futures for Pacific Islands Geoffrey Arama Henry
17
Sovereignty Movements
29
A Product of Colonialism
55
Early Sovereignty Movements
83
The Politics of Association
99
A Unique
113
Politics of NonGovernment Organisations
123
Polynesia Marjorie Tuainekore Crocombe
185
Local and Traditional Government
211
The Bipartisan Model of Provincial
233
Restructuring Samoas Chiefdom Fay Leiataua Vaiao Alailima
247
Trends in National Politics
271
Politics of Information Culture and Ideas
287
The Politics of Culture
305
Thoughts on Political Systems
319

Solomon Islands John Roughan
143
Womens Representation
157
Notes on Authors and Editors
333
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